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    Niger State College of Agriculture, Mokwa was established in June 1979 as an arm of the Niger State Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Niger State College of Agriculture, invites applications from qualified candidates to fill the below position:...[...]
    Date Posted: 20 Mar 2018

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  • About Niger State College Of Agriculture, Mokwa
  • Niger State College of Agriculture, Mokwa was established in June 1979 as an arm of the Niger State Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources. However, in May, 1984, an Edict establishing the College was enacted by the Niger State Government (Edict No. 1 of 1985) which made the College autonomous with the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource as the supervisory Ministry. The primary objective of the College include among others provision of basic training and development of middle level manpower in Agricultural Extension Field Experimentation, Agricultural Mechanization, Rural Sociology, Agricultural Economics, Home Economics, Animal Health and Production Technology and other agro-allied related courses.

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