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    The Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers, body of professional Chemical Engineers with Chapters widely spread across Nigeria, needs the services of Executive Secretary...[...]
    Date Posted: 17 Feb 2015

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  • About Nigerian Society Of Chemical Engineers
  • The Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers was officially inaugurated on 12 March 1969 at a meeting at BP House in Lagos attended by twenty four (24) Chemical Engineers all trained abroad, were in attendance. At the inaugural meeting, the following officers were elected to run the affairs of the new society:

    President ................... A.O.Shabo
    Vice President ........... D.A. Adeyemo
    Hon. Secretary .......... Ayo Solanke
    Publicity Secretary ..... Olu Awoyinfa
    Treasurer ................... M.B. Yesufu
    Ex-officio ................... G.B.A. Hamilton

    Following a series of consistent activities, a decision was taken to have the Society incorporated. Thus on December 3, 1981, the Society was formally incorporated under the Companies Act of 1968. Some of the Aims and Objectives of the Society as contained in its Articles and Memorandum of Association are:
    To generally foster and promote the profession of Chemical Engineering in theory and practice, and enhance the usefulness of the profession to the public.
    To establish and maintain standards of professional ethics among its members in order that the public interest may be served and protected.
    To maintain all branches of Chemical Engineering in their proper status among other learned and scientific professions.
    To form a body immediately available for consultation with confidence to public and private institutions, particularly government or any of their accredited agents in all matters pertaining to the profession of Chemical Engineering.
    To encourage the establishment of facilities for and the prosecution of original, fundamental and applied research into and in connection with all matters pertaining to the profession of Chemical engineering.

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