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BOSU, BRTV Signs MoU On Training Students Journalism

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The Borno State University and the Borno Radio Television (BRTV) have agreed to sign a memorandum of Understanding on training of BOSU students in the field of journalism.

The VC, BOSU, Prof. Umar Kyari Sandabe and the General Manager of BRTV, Mal. Adamu Isa Abadam reach the agreement when management staff of Borno State University paid the GM curtesy call.

The Memorandum allows the Borno State University to send students of the department of Mass Communication for training in BRTV which has one of the best modern television and radio broadcasting studios and equipment in the sub region.

The VC, BOSU, Prof. Umar Kyari Sandabe said that BRTV has a world class studio with facilities that depicts the wonders of modern age technology which mass communication students of BOSU will benefit from it.

He added that BOSU will not afford to graduate students who cannot contribute to the development of the society most especially in the field of media and communication which is one of the first courses to be approved by the NUC in 2016 when BOSU was given license to operate because of its relevance in the development of any society.

Prof. Sandabe said the memorandum is necessary to address seeming challenges confronting BOSU in the area of broadcasting studio, equipment and facilities, which BRTV can readily provide and will enhance the status of the university during accreditation by the NUC.

On his part, the GM, BRTV Mal. Adamu Isa Abadam, thanked the VC BOSU for finding BRTV worthy of such a great task that would contribute to the benefits of the two organizations.

He said the MoU is a welcome idea and BRTV will collaborate with BOSU in areas of equipment and the training of BOSU students by staff of BRTV on the basic of modern day journalism.

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