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5 DAYS TO GO!

5 DAYS TO GO!

It’s the auspicious gathering of the Nigerian Engineering Family! It is said that when great minds gather, great things happen. Oh yes, that’s what it is! In fulfillment of one of its mandates to promote and update practitioners of the engineering profession through Continuing Professional Development, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) inaugurated and held the first ever Engineering Assembly in 1993, with this year’s Assembly as the 27th in the series. This august event is the…

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Electricity: A Commodity Needed for National Development

Electricity: A Commodity Needed for National Development

It is to the joy of a consumer to gain satisfaction in the purchase of a commodity. Electricity is a commodity in high demand in our modern society. Almost every gadget is being designed to be power driven. The energy conversion in question is from electrical energy generated to either mechanical or heat energy needed for operation. Electricity makes life easier for mankind. The reason why most industries go into extinction is due to the overburden cost of power in…

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BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE (BEEC) FOR NIGERIA LAUNCHED!

BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE (BEEC) FOR NIGERIA LAUNCHED!

The Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing in collaboration with German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) developed the Building Energy Efficiency Code (BEEC) for Nigeria and invited respective stakeholders for the launching ceremony of the Code. This event held at Transcorp Hotel, Abuja on Tuesday, 29th August, 2017. In attendance were His Excellency, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, Minister, Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing; Acting Head of Co-operation, European Union, Mr. Helm…

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COREN 26TH ENGINEERING ASSEMBLY IS HERE!

COREN 26TH ENGINEERING ASSEMBLY IS HERE!

Have you heard of COREN? Do you know about COREN? Yes, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria. It’s a statutory body of the Federal Government of Nigeria established by Decree 55 of 1970 and amended by Decree 27 of 1992, now the “Engineers (Registration, etc) Act, CAP E11 of 2004” Law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, with the core mandate to regulate and control the practice of Engineering in all its aspects and ramification in Nigeria. Pursuant…

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NIGERIA’S AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY MUST BE BETTER – CARVOLUTION

NIGERIA’S AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY MUST BE BETTER – CARVOLUTION

Motoring Nigeria recently released the second issue of its car magazine Carvolution. This comes after the first edition launched earlier in the year which had 9000 downloads. Download Magazine here bit.ly/carvolution1612 According to the Public Relations Officer of Motoring Nigeria, Napoleon Chukwuoma, this second issue of the magazine is an improvement on the first issue as it contains richer content targeted at bringing to light, the important issues in the Nigerian car and motorsport industry through engaging articles crafted by some of…

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The Engineering Profession: Today’s Youth: Nigeria’s Economy

The Engineering Profession: Today’s Youth: Nigeria’s Economy

I love the Engineering Profession not particularly because I lived my dream to build a career in it but due to the fact that I am passionate about and admire the profession. Since childhood, I have always wondered with amazement what magic individuals who erected tall buildings and strong bridges in the air, performed. What of roads which carry and manage the heavy weights of thousands of cars and big trucks on a daily basis for uncountable number of years…

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We Are ENGINEERS!

We Are ENGINEERS!

ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A TOOL FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Asides peace, security, good governance, abundance of food and technical expertise, stable economy is yet another characterizing factor or yardstick used to measure the quality and quantity of a nation’s development. There must be a healthy relationship between production, trade and the supply of money in a particular country or region in order for its economy to thrive, be viable and sustainable. For this great milestone to be achieved, there must be forgone…

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