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Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
BREIF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT
The department started in 2006/2007 academic session with sixty four students and three lecturers. Professor P C Onyenekwe was the first Head of Department.
To produce graduates who are not only knowledgeable in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology but are equipped to contribute towards national science and technology development through the exposition of the graduates to the fundamental principles and practical applications of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
- To expose the students to the fundamental principles of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology hence instilling in them the appreciation of the chemistry of life
- To expose the students to practical applications of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology thereby inculcating in them the ability to apply their knowledge in solving human problems
- To provide students with knowledge and skill base for further studies in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology or other areas involving Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
For admission into the degree programme candidates should have obtained credits in the following five subjects Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and English Language GCE O’Level, NECO or WaEC (in not more than two sittings)
Admission into the 100 level of the degree programme will normally be through University Matriculation Examination (UME) of the Joint admission Matriculation Examination.
Candidates for the direct entry admission must have obtained minimum of credit passes at the National Diploma in related courses, or must have obtained GCE – a Level or IJMB passes of which two of the passes must include Chemistry and Biology, in addition to O’Level credits passes in Mathematics, Physics and English language.
Students of the Preliminary Studies Programme (Science) of the Nasarawa State University, who satisfactorily pass the end of session examinations in that programme, may be considered for admission into the four year degree programme.
LIST OF ACADEMIC STAFF
|NAME OF STAFF||RANK||AREA OF SPECIALIZATION||CONTACTS|
|T .O. Bamidele (Mrs), PhD||Senior Lecturer||Biophysical Biochemistryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|J. P. Mairiga||Lecturer I||Cell & Molecular Biologyemail@example.com|
|M. O . Enemali||Lecturer 11||Nutrition & Toxicologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|C .C. Nweze (Mrs)||Lecturer 11||Food & Nutritionemail@example.com|
|Ibrahim Khalil Adam PhD||Lecturer 11||Molecular Biology/Biotechnologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|B. Y Muhammad.||Assistant Lecturer||Clinical Biochemistry and molecular email@example.com|
|A.U. Ijeomah (Mrs)
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Biological Sciences was established in the 2001/2002 academic session but the initial takeoff of academic activities was in March 2002. The foundation staff was S.D. Gyar, J.K. Makpo. G.A. Amuga and M.D. Makut and the first intake of students were eleven (11) in number all admitted into the Department of Biological Sciences and later streamlined into Botany, Microbiology and Zoology degree programmes at the end of 200 Level.
The Departmental administration was initially headed by a Coordinator of Biological Sciences, Mr. S.D. Gyar until in 2004 when Coordinators for the three Units were appointed. Mr. A.O. Ogaraku (now Dr. A.O. Ogaraku) was coordinator of Botany, Mr. S.D Gyar Microbiology and Mr. J.K. Makpo Zoology. Mr. S.D. Gyar still served as coordinator of the entire Department.
The first Head of Department, Professor H.O.A. Oluma was appointed in November 2005 while on sabbatical leave in the Department. He hosted the first NUC accreditation team of the Department and the Botany and Zoology programmes were successful into full accreditation status with the NUC while the Microbiology programme obtained an interim accreditation status. Professor Oluma completed his sabbatical in January 2007 and Professor E.H. Kwon-Ndung was appointed as the Head of Department from February 2007.
The Department has grown in strength in both academic activities and research linkages. The Department is currently collaborating with several institutions on research and development such as National Sugar Development Council, Abuja (NSDC) through the NSDC/NSUK Sugarcane varietal development and breeding project, National Biotechnology Development Agency Abuja (NABDA), The National Centre for Remote Sensing Jos, National Root Crops Research Institute Umudike, Sheda Science and Technology Complex Abuja among others.
The Department has successfully hosted the 3rd Annual Conference of the Zoological Society of Nigeria (2006), Microbiology Society of Nigeria (2006) and the 34th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Plant Protection (2007).
Currently, the Department runs three degree programmes, namely, Microbiology, Plant Science and Biotechnology and Zoology. Students are admitted into these programmes at the beginning of the 100 Level. The Department has three functional laboratories with one laboratory dedicated to each of the degree programmes and a General Biology Laboratory. New laboratory spaces have recently been allocated to the Microbiology and Plant Science and Biotechnology programmes. Requests for benching, piping and furniture is being considered by Management. A Research and Experimental Garden is presently in existence with various indigenous and exotic species of diverse species of plants. The plot is intended to be developed into a standard Botanical Garden. A functional fish pond stocked with assorted species of fishes is available and an animal house and Insectory are planned for construction.
All the three degree programmes presently have full accreditation status with the National Universities Commission.
The minimum requirement for undergraduate admission in accordance with the minimum academic standards of the NUC is the WASC, SSCE, NECO, GCE and any other approved equivalent qualification with credit passes in at least five (5) subjects.
The subjects must include ENGLISH LANGUAGE, MATHEMATICS, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS. Admission will be through JAMB (UME), in English language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Qualified candidates from the University’s School of Preliminary Studies will also be admitted. Similarly, candidates with principal pass graded (A-E) at the Advanced level in BIOLOGY and any ONE of the major subjects (Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics and Physics) may be considered for Direct Entry Admission and undertake the three-year degree programme from 200 level. Such candidates must however possess the relevant O level requirements.
The normal duration of B.Sc. degree programme is four years (eight semesters) for students admitted into the 100-level and three years (six semesters) for students admitted into 200-level.
The maximum period of study permissible is six years (twelve semesters) for the four-year degree programme and five years (ten semesters) for the three-year programme. Students for the Bachelor’s degree may be admitted either by:
- Passing the Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination (University Matriculation Examination, UME) or
- Direct Entry to the three-year programme in addition to the relevant O’level requirements.
- MICROBIOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAMME
- PLANT SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAMME
- ZOOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAMME
LIST OF ACADEMIC STAFF AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Professor E. H. Kwon-Ndung,
- Professor A.J. Ajayi (Contract).
- Professor G. I. Anyanwu(Contract)
- Professor S.J. Oniye (Visiting).
- Professor O. Amali (Visiting Lecturer, Parasitology)
- Professor S.P. Bako (Visiting Lecturer, Plant Physiology)
- Dr. Y.B. Ngwai (Associate Professor and Coordinator Microbiology)
- Dr. I. G. Ameh. Associate Professor, Sabbatical
- Dr. Mrs, R.A. Obande. Senior Lecturer Sabbatical, Fisheries and Hydrobiology
- Dr. M. Raji
- Dr. R.A. Anyam Senior Lecturer, Visiting
- Dr. (Mrs.) G. R. I. Pennap. Senior Lecturer, Virology
- Dr. A. O. Ogaraku. Senior Lecturer, Applied Microbiology and Plant Pathology
- Mr. S. D. Gyar. Senior Lecturer, Industrial Microbiology
- Shobbha Channgani.Senior Lecturer, Horticulture
- Dr. J. C. Onovoh. Lecturer I
- Mr. J. K. Makpo. Lecturer I
- Mr. G. A. Amuga. Lecturer I and Unit Coordinator Zoology
- Mr. M. D. Makut. Lecturer I
- Mr. J.C. Tongjura. Lecturer II
- Mr. H. A. Banyigyi. Lecturer II
- Mrs. R. J. Ombugadu. Lecturer II
- Mr. A.B. Yako. Lecturer II
- Mr. D. Ishaleku. Lecturer II
- Mr. J.A. Allahnana. Assistant Lecturer
- Mr. M.P. Adoga. Assistant Lecturer
LIST OF NON – ACADEMIC STAFF
- Mr. Usman Dodo, H.ND 1995, Chief Technologist.
- Mr. Samuel A. Aboh, ISLT (ABU, 1983.) Chief technologist
- Mr. Sunday Corosi Madaki, HND, 1993. Senior Technologist
- Miss Mercy Ubimago, HND, 2001.Technologist II
- Mrs. Naomi Ngadda, HND, 2007. Technologist II
- Mr. Abdullahi Omale, HND, 2006. Technologist II
- Mrs. Larai Hassan, OND, 2006. Assistant Technologist
- Mr. Gyangzu Audu Boyi, Laboratory Supervisor
- Mr. Sunday Dickson, Laboratory Attendant
- Miss Ladi Ekpo, Cleaner
- Mrs. Tina Alu, Cleaner
- Mr. Jonathan Ashakata, Gardener
- Mr. D.O. Akpa, (N.C.E). Computer Operator & Secretary
PROFILE OF THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
BRIEF HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT
The Department of Chemistry was one of the foundation Departments in Nasarawa State University, keffi when the University was created in October 2001. It started with a degree programme in Chemistry at the inception of the university 2001/2002 academic session, and introduced a degree programme with option in pure chemistry or industrial chemistry in 2003/2004 academic session. The major objective of the department is to provide its students with a broad-based knowledge of modern theoretical, practical and applied chemistry. The courses offer in the department fall under the broad headings of physical, organic, inorganic, analytical and applied chemistry. However, as much as possible the unity of the subject is emphasized throughout the courses. Department of Chemistry got NUC full accreditation of its programmes in November, 2007.
DEGREE OFFERED IN THE DEPARTMENT
- B.SC Pure Chemistry
- B.SC Industrial Chemistry
Candidates for entry to the degree programmes of the department must satisfy the University minimum entrance requirements. Such requirements are met by the possession of National Examination Council (NECO), West African Examination Council (WAEC), Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) or the School certificate/ General Certicate of Education Ordinary Level (SC/GCE O/level) with passes at credit level ( or above) which include chemistry, Mathematics, English language and Physics.
Additional requirements for entry into various programmes being run by the department are as follows:
Candidates must have credits in the following subject specified:
Pure Chemistry: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology or Agricultural Sciences.
Industrial Chemistry: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology.
LIST OF STAFF
|1||Prof. L. Lajide||Visiting Professor||B.Sc. (Ibadan), PhD (Canberra, Australia)|
|2||Dr. A.Olanisakin||Senior Lecturer||B.Tech. (Akure), M.Sc (Ibadan), PhD (Akure)|
|3||A.C Etonihu||Lecturer I||B.Sc. (UNN), M.Sc. (ATBU)|
|4||S.S. Bako||Lecturer I||B.Sc., M.Sc. (ABU)|
|5||P.C. Madu||Lecturer I||B.Sc. (ABU), M.Sc (FUTO)|
|6||B.O. Atolaite||Lecturer II||B.Sc., M.Sc. (Ibadan)|
|7||Dr. J. U. Okere||Lecturer II||B.Sc. (Jos), M.Sc. (Lagos), PhD (Abuja)|
|8||S.S. Audu||Lecturer II||B.Sc. , M.Sc. (Sokoto)|
|9||J.T. Tagowoi||Graduate Assistant||B.Sc. (ABU)|
|10||O.D. Opaluwa||Graduate Assistant||B.Sc. (Jos)|
|11||Y. Mohammend||Graduate Assistant||B.Sc. (Jos)|
|12||A.I Ambo||Graduate Assistant||B.Sc. (Keffi)|
Technical Staff / Rank
- J.E. Osu / Senior Technologist
- B.T. Ashika’a / Technologist I
- I.M. Kaduna / Technologist I
- I.E. Shuaibu / Prin. Lab. Supervisor
Geology and Mining
BRIEF HISTORY OF DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND MINING
The faculty of Natural and Applied sciences was established in October 2001 alongside the inception of the University. At inception, the faculty started with four academic departments, namely; Biological sciences, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics. The department of geology and mining alongside the department of Geography came on –board in October 2002. The first set of students in the department graduated at the end of the 2005/2006 academic session.
Nasarawa State is appropriately tagged the “Home of Solid Minerals”. The establishment of the Department of geology and mining in October 2002 was therefore very appropriate and was meant to match words with actions by the administrations of the University. The Department has since become the nerve centre of the university’s research efforts and capacity building initiative for the harnessing and development of the state’s solid mineral resources meant to diversify the economy as well as to ensure rapid economic growth and social transformation through employment generation and poverty reduction. The department has since engaged itself in evaluating the solid mineral resources of the state and has on several occasions presented the results of the evaluation to the State Government, the University community and the general public.
PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES
The undergraduate programme in Geology & Mining at Nasarawa State University is designed primarily to provide students with the basic requirements needed by a professional geologist in any of the fields in which Geologists are required in a rapidly developing country like Nigeria. With this objective, the student is taught to some depth the more conventional and fundamental aspect of Geology such as Hydrogeology, Applied Geophysics and Geochemistry, Engineering Geology and Petroleum Geology.
This will facilitate further specialization in any of the professional fields in which students may choose to work in later years, largely in mining and oil companies, water supply agencies, construction companies, international organizations (UNDP,UNICEF, UNESCO, IEA, etc) public service (Federal and State Ministries of Solid Minerals Development, Petroleum, Water Resources, Agricultural, Works and Housing, Geological survey, Steel Raw Materials Exploration Agency, and teaching and research institutions.
Candidates for admission into the B.Sc degree programme in Geology and Mining must satisfy the University’s minimum entry requirements, which stipulate 5 credits in the GCE-O Level, NECO or WAEC (in not more than 2 sittings) and these must include Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, in addition to credit passes in Mathematics and English Language.
In addition to the above requirements, candidates seeking admission into 100 Level must sit and pass the University Matriculation Examination administered by JAMB. Candidates for the Direct Entry admission must have obtained minimum of Credit passes at the National Diploma in a subject related to Geology and Mining or must have obtained GCE-A Level or IJMB passes of which two of the passes must include Physics, Chemistry, Geology, or Biology, in addition to O-Level credit passes in Mathematics and English Language.
Students in the Preliminary Studies Programme (Science) of the Nasarawa State University, who satisfactorily pass the end of session examinations in that programme, may be considered for admission into the four years degree programme.
HISTORY OF THE PROGRAMME/ SUB-DISCILINE/ DISCIPLINE.
At the inception of the University, 2001/2002 Academic session, the department started with a single programme (BSc Mathematics). Five (5) students were admitted into the department as pioneer students with five (5) members of staff. During the following session, 2002/2003 a proposal to introduce two (2) additional options i.e. BSc Computer Science and BSc Statistics was presented by the Department to the University Senate. This prayer was granted and options approved.
By 2003/2004 academic session, the department admitted students into the three options through UME and DE into BSc Mathematics option only.
A Professor of Mathematics joined the department during the 2002/2003 and chaired the Department for the 2003/2004 academic session and withdrew his service from the University at the end of that session.
The department started with a laboratory hosting only four (4) Computer systems and presently has two main laboratories: A and B with 13 and 21 Computer systems respectively. The Full time Staff strength of the department now is spread around the 3 units with a visiting Professor from National Mathematical Centre, Abuja. To meet with the challenges of the new session another Professor had just been offered a sabbatical appointment and two other Senior Academic Staff on visiting status. The department started its PhD programme in 2007 while M.Sc started 2009.
OBJECTIVES AND PHYLOSOPHY
The curricular of the department of Mathematical Sciences are designed to provide the student the opportunity to prepare him/herself for specialized professional studies. These curricular lead to the honour degree of Bachelor of Science normally at the end of four years in either of Mathematics, Computer science or Statistics.
The programs are so designed to provide solid academic background knowledge for higher degrees if so desired. The three programs have a lot of interrelationships in the first two years of study.
The department places special emphasis on the practical, projects and industrial attachment for all the Students in general and Statistics and Computer science students in particular.
The department offers three undergraduate programmes leading to the award of the following degrees:
- B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics
- B.Sc. (Hons) Computer science
- B.Sc. (Hons) Statistics
NB: B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics was the only option in the Department at inception while B.Sc. (Hons) Computer science and B.Sc. (Hons) Statistics took off from 2003/2004 academic session.
- Candidates must satisfy the general minimum University and Faculty entry requirements. That is a minimum of five O level credits including Mathematics and English Language and three other Credit Passes from the Core Sciences.
- Special requirements for the individual programmes are as follows:
- B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics: Credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Physics and any other two from Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural science, Economics, Geography and Further Mathematics. Candidates with good passes in A/Level (or equivalent) in Mathematics, Physics and any other subject may be admitted.
- B.Sc (Hons) Statistics: credit passes in Mathematics, English and any two Science subjects from Physics Chemistry and Biology, and any other subject. Candidates with good passes in A/Level (or equivalent) in Mathematics, Physics and any other subject may be admitted.
- B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science: Credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, Physics and any other two from Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science, Further Mathematics or Statistics. Candidates with good passes in A/Level (or equivalent) in Mathematics, Physics and any other subject may be admitted.
- Waiver: A Pass in English Language is considered for admission.
- Remedial Replacement
A successful candidate from the remedial department of the Nasarawa State University must have among others the following grades at the end of the one-year Remedial programme before admitted into the department of mathematical sciences:
- A minimum of B in Mathematics
- A minimum of C in Physics and Chemistry
- An attempt of the Biology course
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF A DEGREE
To be eligible for admission to Honours degree of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Computer Science or Statistics, a candidate should have:
- Satisfied the normal University requirements.
- Satisfied the approved Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences requirements in respect of workload, registration for courses and programme duration.
- Satisfied the departmental requirements at each level.
Department of Physics
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
Physics as fundamental science is essential for all sciences and vital for modern technological development. The Department of Physics in Nasarawa State University, Keffi, is one of the pioneer departments at the inception of the university about seventeen years ago (January, 2002). Postgraduate programmes in the Department started in year 2010/2011 in both Theoretical and Applied Physics with Options in Plasma Physics, Electronics and Communication, Radiation and Medical Physics, Solid State Physics and Mathematical Physics. The programmes started with six lecturers and six office accommodation. Twenty one students gained admission into the various field of specialization out of which three were for Ph.D., fourteen for MS.c and four for PGD. Presently the student’s total population has risen to about 80, and about 105 students have graduated, the number of Academic Staff is now fifteen (15), Technical Staff six (6), Laboratory Assistants two (2) and Administrative Staff two (2). Geophysics was established in 2012 making the total number of postgraduate programmes in the Department to be six (6). The administrative structure of the programme is made up of all members of the departmental PG board with the Head of Department as the Chairman, and the Departmental PG coordinator as secretary. All PG teaching staff is members of the board. The programmes are designed to impart sound knowledge in different branches of physics. The Department has standard equipments meant for practical work and the University has been doing its best to provide more.
MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT
To encourage and enable individuals to develop their full potentials by providing qualitative and stimulating learning environment encompassing a wide range of relevant educational activities for efficient, dedicated and selfless service to the state, nation and the world at large. This commitment is predicated on it philosophical belief in constructive thinking positive action and freedom of conscience.
To produce high level man power graduate with sound knowledge of the theory and practical applications in physics relevant to national needs particularly in Medicine, Minerals, Petroleum, energy, microelectronic & communication and raw materials industries, government and academia including research and teaching toward national development.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
(i) To deepen the knowledge of promising graduates in the basic and applied areas of
(ii) To further develop in physics graduates or related fields the spirit of enquiry through training in individual research and individual creativity combined with strong sense of group cooperation.
(iii) To improve high level man power relevant to national needs, particularly in minerals, petroleum, energy, electronics and communication industries, medicine and military practices.
(i) Compatibility of programme with institutional mission:
These programmes are being proposed in line with the university mission to Encourage and enable the development of potentials toward positive service to mankind and in line with the United Nation Millennium Development goals (MDG) of Universal Education, Medicine, Energy, Raw Materials, Water supply and Environmental Sustainability communication. This is for the promotion of sustainability development and self employment.
To be eligible for admission candidate must have a minimum of credit passes WASSCE, GCE (O/L), or NECO or its equivalent in at least five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry at not more than two (2) sittings. In addition to the O level basic requirements as mentioned above admission requirements in to the following programmes shall be as follows:
(a) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (PGD); (Radiation and Medical Physics, Electronics and Communication & Geophysics):
(i) Higher National Diploma (HND) with at least Lower Credit in Physics and Engineering or any other science related course from any recognized institution by the university.
(ii) Holders of Third Class degree in Physics, Physical sciences and related Engineering or any other science related discipline from any recognized institution by the University.
(iii) Holders of Pass degree in Physics, Physical sciences and related Engineering or any other science related discipline from any recognized institution by the University.
(b) Master of Science, M.Sc. (Radiation and Medical Physics, Electronics and Communication, Plasma Physics, Geophysics etc):
(i) All graduate of Nigerian University or any other University recognized by the Senate of NSUK, who hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics or related discipline with a minimum of Second Class Lower degree.
(ii) Candidates who have a minimum of Lower credit and above grade in PGD (Physics or related discipline) of Nasarawa State University Keffi or institutions recognized by the senate of NSUK.
(iii) Be required to undergo a selection process by the departmental postgraduate committee.
(c) Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) in Theoretical Physics and Applied Physics (Radiation and Medical Physics, Electronics and Communication, Plasma Physics, Geophysics etc):
(i) Candidates for the Ph.D. degree must possess M.Sc. with the research thesis in either of these areas from a recognized institution and must have a weighted average of 60% or CGPA of 4.00 Pts minimum on a 5 point scale.
(ii) Candidate with Master of Philosophy (MPHIL) in Physics or related discipline of Nasarawa State University, Keffi or institutions recognized by the senate of NSUK, and must have a CGPA of 4.00 points minimum on a 5 points scale.
(d) Other general requirements for admission in to postgraduate programme in Nasarawa State University as provided in the school of postgraduate studies guidelines not already mentioned may apply.
GRADING SYSTEM FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
100 – 70 = 5 pts = A = Distinction; 69 – 60 = 4 pts = B =Merit; 59 – 50 =3 pts = C = Credit; 49 – 0 = 0 = F = Fail.
- a) Minimum number of years for graduation: 1 year (2 semesters); maximum of 2 years (4 semesters) for Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Programmes.
* Minimum CGPA for graduation (where applicable): as stipulated by the SPGS guidelines
* Other requirements for graduation: NB: students MUST register and earn a minimum of 50% pass in a minimum of 36 Earned Credit units of courses to qualify for graduation.
* Minimum number of Earned Credit Units for graduation: 30 (including dissertation)
- b) Minimum number of years for graduation: 2 years (4 semesters); maximum of 3 years (6 semesters) for Master Programmes
* Minimum CGPA for graduation (where applicable): as stipulated by the SPGS guidelines
* Other requirements for graduation: NB: students MUST register and earn minimum of 50% pass in a minimum of 42 Earned Credit units of written courses to qualify for graduation.
- c) Minimum number of years for graduation: 3 years (6 semesters); maximum of 5 years (10 semesters) for Ph.D. Programmes
* Minimum CGPA for graduation (where applicable): as stipulated by the SPGS guidelines
* Minimum residency requirement in years, if any: 4 years (8 semesters)
* To qualify for the award of the Ph.D. degree in Physics, a candidate MUST have completed his research work and dissertation to the satisfaction of both internal and external examiners and must have in addition satisfied all other requirements stipulated by the Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
Note: All Ph.D. students MUST undergo class work and register at least Three (3) courses relevant to their course of studies and all other compulsory courses alongside M.Sc. students.
ACADEMIC STAFF IN THE DEPARTMENT
|1||Muhammad Sanusi Liman
|Professor||Ph.D. Plasma Physics||Visiting|
|2||Timothy Chidozie Akpa
|Professor||Ph.D. Radiation Biophysics||Visiting|
|3||Charles O. Ofoegbu||Professor||Ph.D. Geophysics||Tenure|
|4||Kwaha John L.
|7||Oyedum Onyedi David||Professor||Ph.D. Atmospheric/ Communication||Visiting|
|8||Mikail Umar Gurku
|Professor||Ph.D. Solid State Physics||Tenure|
|Professor||Ph.D. Solid State Physics||Sabbatical|
|10||Lucas Williams Lumbi
|Reader||Ph.D. Theoretical Physics||Tenure|
|Senior Lecturer||Ph.D. Radiation & Medical Physics||Tenure|
|12||Joshua K. Audu
|Senior. Lecturer||Ph.D. Radiation & Medical Physics||Visiting|
|13||Ewa Ibrahim Inusa
|Lecturer II||Ph.D. Theoretical Physics||Tenure|
|14||Samson Yusuf Dauda
|Lecturer I||Ph.D. Electronics & Communication||Tenure|
|15||Olatunji S. Ayanninuola
|Lecturer II||Ph.D. Applied Geophysics||Tenure|
|Lecturer II||Ph.D. Electronics/Communication,||Tenure|
|17||Musa Bilya||Lecturer II||M.Sc. Solid State Physics||Tenure|
|18||Abdullahi A. Mundi||Assistant Lecturer||Ph.D. Radiation & Medical Physics||Tenure|
|19||Mustafa Idris M.
|Assistant Lecturer||Ph.D. Radiation & Medical Physics||Tenure|
|20||Musa Usman Sarki
|Assistant Lecturer||Theoretical Physics||Tenure|
|NON – ACADEMIC STAFF|
|1||E.F. Abah||Chief Technologist||PGD Electronics/ Communication||Tenure|
|2||Isa AnguluOgah||Deputy Chief Technologist||HND Electronics/ Communication (London)||Contract|
|3||Abbas AbdullahiAuta||Principal Technologist||MSc. Radiation/ Medical Physics||Tenure|
|4||Samuel EgwaOmaku||Principal Technologist||M.Sc. Electronics/ Communication||Tenure|
|5||Maryam Musa Dahiru
|Senior Technologist||PGD Electronics/ Communication||Tenure|
|6||Amina A.B. Sabuwa||Assistant Technologist||Diploma (Sci. Lab. Tech.)||Tenure|
|7||Maria John||Laboratory Assistant||S.S.C.E||Tenure|