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FUL Staff Charged to Imbibe Professionalism in Administrative Processes at 4th Registry Seminar


- By the Public Affairs Unit

The 4th edition of the Registry Seminar series at the Federal University Lokoja showcased a commitment to embracing modern administrative practices and leveraging digital and internet applications for effective and efficient operations in Micro and Macro Administrations. Mr. Demba Abubaual, the first presenter, highlighted the application of Construction, Classification, and Clarification of Administrative Concepts in the context of modern-day administration. His emphasis was on bridging the gap between old and contemporary administrative practices, introducing up-to-date concepts to enhance efficiency and eliminate shortcomings in daily administrative processes.

Miss Kefas Nakup, in her presentation on Knowledge Management (KM) in an organization, defined KM as the retention, exploitation, and sharing of knowledge for sustainable competitive advantage. She stressed the importance of confidentiality in administrative processes and how compliance is crucial to maintaining the integrity of administrative principles and practices. Miss Nakup shared practical experiences, dividing knowledge management into accumulation, storing, and sharing of knowledge, while cautioning against compromising confidentiality.

Dr. Rebecca Aimiohu Okojie, the Registrar of the University and special guest at the event expressed great delight in the accomplishments of the presenters, commending their courage, confidence, and administrative knowledge. She underlined the importance of the seminar in fostering standard professional administrative practices and its implications for promotional examinations.

The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor, Mr. Emmanuel Dada Obafemi, shared his wealth of experience as a former Registrar of University of Ilorin, providing valuable insights for proper assimilation. The Chairman of the Registry Seminar Series, Mr. Femi Adeniyi, thanked participants for their availability and announced the date for the next lecture, scheduled for March 2024.

The event demonstrated a commitment to continuous improvement in administrative practices, fostering a culture of knowledge sharing and adherence to principles for effective and efficient university operations. See more pictures here