26 November 2020 By Josiah Buzun
A 3-Dimension fabrication laboratory has been established and inaugurated in the University of Jos by the French Embassy.
Inaugurating the Project at the Naraguta Campus of the University, the French Ambassador to Nigeria, Jerome Pasquier said the laboratory would assist students form diverse fields of study to acquire different skills in 3- D design.
Pasquier challenged students of the University to avail themselves of the opportunity to acquire Skills and create smart devices that could be tailored towards meeting local and national needs.
In an address, Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State, represented by the Commissioner for Higher Education Audu Kakmena commended the French Embassy for the gesture, noting that the fabrication would use a different dimension in knowledge acquisition in the Institution.
Also Speaking, the Vice Chancellor, University of Jos, Professor Sebastian Maimako explained that the University had been collaborating with the French Embassy, resulting in many capacity development programs for Staff and Students, one of which is a program in the Department of French language.
Highlights of the event was decoration of the French envoy with the University of Jos regalia and a plaque to the French delegation by the Vice Chancellor.