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      • Librarian at Federal School of Surveying

      • Responsibilities     The School Librarian shall be responsible to the Rector for the administration and control of the School Library.     The person holding the offi
        • 05 February, 2014

About Federal School of Surveying

The School was founded on 1st July, 1908 as a Government Departmental Training Institution attached to the Colonial Survey Department in Lagos for the training of Technical Assistants. It later moved from Lagos to Ibadan in 1926 and later to Oyo in 1934. When regionisation came and Surveying was no longer in the exclusive list, the School was split into two. One belonged to Federal Surveys and the other maintained by the then Western Region Survey Department. This arrangement continued till 1965 when the Federal School then located at Okene had a storm disaster. The Federal Students were then relocated to the Western Regional School still at Oyo. With this cohabitation, the Federal Surveys Department continued to support the School with staff and materials (instruments and funds inclusive) until 1976. In that year, the Western Region, then known as Western State was split into three States - Oyo, Ogun and Ondo States and the proprietorship of the School was transferred to Federal Surveys again.
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