Education: Registrants Optimstic of SSAM 2.0, Share Past Experiences
Ahead of the forthcoming annual Strategic & Sustainable Academic Mapping in Prince Abubakar Audu University (PAAU) formerly known as Kogi State University (KSU), registrants are already upbeat of their expectations as they also share experience from past editions of the program.
The S-SAM -KSU Academic Symposium would this year hold in partnership with the Nigerian Post Newspaper as partners.
This year’s academic symposium is billed to hold between August 17th-18th, 2022, would basically target final year students, with no restrictions to other students.
Alidu Ojonugbede Samuel, the Convener, SSAM, said the registration for the program has begun, expressed satisfaction that aside the huge traffic from persons seeking to get registered, the students are upbeat with expectations for this years edition from the input received thus far.
Many of those who have so far registered include: Anthony Olobo Elaigwu, Gloria Eleojo Onalo, Ojima Ojo Fidelis Jacob, Ochidi Victor Ojochegbe, and Jibrin Seidu, say S-SAM, has made them better students and graduates.
Others like Abdullahi Idris Lucky, Ugwu Chekwube Anita, Blessing Shonibare and Amodu Olive Ojochogwu amongst many others say they’re looking forward to an exciting edition this year.
The Convener SSAM KSU maintained that the 2022 edition would enable participants above all other benefits gain requisite knowledge and skills while in school, to know what life after school is, and what the society expects from them after graduation.
SSAM is a non profit making organisation, began in 2019.
The next edition intend to put together a mind challenging competition for the University Students who will tell the world their solution driven innovations and how they intend to make a change.