The Federal College of Education (FCE), Katsina has debunked rumour of the plan by the college to embark on staff recruitment exercises.
In a statement signed by the College’s Registrar, Alhaji Garba Isyaku, sent to Katsina Post, the college disassociated with the notice of recruitment exercise being circulated by the public.
The statement reads; “The attention of college management has been drawn on the rumour that the college is about to embark on staff recruitment exercise”.
“In view of the above, I am directed to inform the general public, that there is no such plan to embark on staff recruitment exercise for now and in the near future. There is also no budget provision for staff recruitment for now.”
The College further advised the general public to disregard such rumours being disseminated therein.
Katsina Post had earlier reported that the Federal College of Education, Katsina, has introduced 12 additional courses starting from 2021 academic sessions.
Dr Aliyu Idris Funtua, the Provost of the college in an interview with Katsina Post said the additional courses are aimed at creating more learning opportunities for students in Katsina and beyond.
The Provost said that the institution had keyed into the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), reforms by ensuring that the courses were accredited.
Dr Idris hinted that effort is on the way for the introduction of additional three undergraduate courses in the institution in affiliation with Bayero University Kano.
The 12 additional NCE courses include; Economics /Geography, Economics /English, Economics/Islamic Studies, Economics/History, Economics/Social Studies, History/Hausa, History/Islamic Studies, History/SOS, History/CRS, Geography/English, Geography/CRS, Geography/Islamic Studies.