INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES 2020

The school of business studies Presents International conference of School of 2020

Theme: ADVANCES IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND THE ARTS IN GLOCALIZING AFRICAN SOCIETY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 

Empirical and theoretical papers are invited to address challenges on wide range of issues related to the theme and sub-themes but not invited to the following areas will be considered for oral Presentation

Sub-Theme

  • Glocalization of accounting standards and principles
  • Glocalization and Agricultural sciences and technology
  • Glocalization of Banking and Non-Banking Services 
  • Glocalization of broadcast media for development 
  • Glocalization and biological sciences
  • Glocalization and management
  • Glocalization and crisis management
  • Glocalization of Democracy and law
  • Glocalization and Economic integration
  • and Entrepreneurial Development
  • Glocalization and Environmental sciences 
  • Glocalization and engineering
  • Glocalization and Education
  • Glocalization and Financing Services
  • Glocalization and Food Security
  • Glocalization and Gender for Development 
  • Glocalization and History
  • Glocalization for Human Capital Development
  • Glocalization and Labour Isusues 
  • Glocalization and Management sciences 
  • Glocalization and Social media contents for Development 
  • Glocalization for Print media development
  • Glocalization and Marketing Principles
  • Glocalization and National Security
  • Glocalization Natural Resources 
  • Glocalization of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Glocalization and poverty alleviation
  • Glocalization and Production
  • Glocalization and Statistical Sciences
  • Glocalization ans Science Laboratory Technology
  • Glocalization and Tourism

Date: 27th – 30th July 2020

Venue: Administration Building, Edo State Polytechnic, Usen

Time: 10:00am Daily

Book of abstract will be available to every early bird registered participants

All Manuscript should be sent to sbsconf@edopoly.edu.ng 

Author submitting only abstract should come along with three hard and soft copy of their paper(s) for submission at the conference venue, power point presentation, a must.

Conference fee:
National Delegate: N20,000

International Delegate: $60

Students: N10,000

Dr. Frederick Ogbeide (Chairman L.O.C 08062097093)

Mr. Osamwonyi Ohonba KSP (Dean, Sch. of Studies)

Mr Philip Ehiwele (Secretary L.O.C 08037213615)

Dr. A.I Mustapha (Dept. of Public Admin. UNIBEN, Lead paper Presenter )

Prof Abiodun Falodun (Rector, Edo State Poly Usen, Keynote Speaker)

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EDO POLY RANKS FIFTH BEST POLYTECHNIC IN NIGERIA

EDO POLY RANKS FIFTH BEST POLYTECHNIC IN NIGERIA

The Edo State Polytechnic, Usen, has been ranked the fifth best polytechnic in Nigeria  Webometrics Ranking of World Universities in the July 2019 edition of the global web presence ranking of institutions of higher learning.

The “Webometrics Ranking of World Universities” is an initiative of the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group belonging to the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain.

In line with Governor Godwin Obaseki’s vision, the polytechnic has witnessed massive transformation in infrastructure and academic development since the last two years under the leadership of Prof. Abiodun Falodun.

In a chat with journalists, Prof. Falodun said the institution has made tremendous progress with the investment in staff and institutional framework to ensure it ranks among the best schools in the world.

According to him, “We are delighted to have been ranked highly as a result of our improved presence on the web and other metrics considered in arriving at the ranking. We believe that if we were not doing something right, we would not have been featured in the ranking.

“We have made a number of deliberate changes to ensure better visibility of the school on the internet and other communication platforms, which has not only increased the interest of a number of global players in the education sphere, but has also led to increased student intake.”

Prof. Falodun said the institution has enjoyed a robust relationship with the state government and the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), noting, “The support has been instrumental to the growth of the Polytechnic and provided us with the right motivation to function optimally.

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