The African Development Bank (AfDB) Coding for Employment (CfE) Virtual Graduation of Batch 1 Beneficiaries of GSU was successfully held on the 5th of August, 2020 using ZOOM meeting App.
The African Development Bank launched the Coding4Employment (CfE) program for African Youths in the month of May, 2016 with the intention of helping more than 9 million empowered Youths secure ICT-related jobs in Africa. Gombe State University..
Take Advantage of the COVID-19 Lockdown to Study and Research by Utilizing the Rich Resources on the Internet.
The Vice Chancellor of Gombe State University, Prof. Aliyu Usman Elnafaty is advising all the Staffs and Students of the prestigious University to leverage on the available tools the Internet offers such as: YouTube, Academia.edu Journals, Res..
The African Development Bank and Partners’ Digital Coding For Employment program is ensuring that African Youths are Competitive in the Global Digital Economy
Gombe State University is a Major Stakeholder, with one of our Graduates in person of Martha Oyanta Daniel, now Co-founder of Eagles Advocacy making headlines. Thirty one-year-old Martha Oyanta Daniel and 26-year-old Esther Ayuba graduated fro..
Published on September 14, 2020 By Ifreke Inyang The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said universities in the country will not reopen until the Federal Government honors the agreement it struck with the union. ASUU National Pre..