Electrical Engineering Administration

Organization and Administration

Instructional activities in the University are conducted through Faculties and Departments.  The faculty is the forum for the coordination of teaching and research activities, while the department is the basic unit of teaching activities and academic organization.  The faculty is made up of departments in a distinct field of study and/or group of allied/related departments or a division of study.

Each faculty has a faculty board, which regulates teaching and the conduct of examinations in the various departments in the faculty.  The faculty board advices the vice-chancellor or senate on any matter referred to it by the vice-chancellor, or the persons severally in the charge of the branches of the faculty; such as the number of lecturers assigned to the faculty and whether they are having the prescribed qualifications which the board may determine with the general or social approval of the senate.

 

Each faulty is headed by a Dean, usually a professor, selected by the faculty board from amongst its members.  Each Dean holds an office for a term or two consecutive academic years. Therefore he/she is not due for re-election until after two years have elapsed.  In the absence of a professor the office of a Dean is held in rotation by members of the faculty holding the ranks of Reader or Senior lecturer on the basics of seniority as determined by Senate.

There is a committee of Deans consisting of the Deans of Several faculties which committee advices the Vice-chancellor on academic matters, head who presides over the affairs of the Department, Head of Department.  Each department has a departmental board, composed of teachers assigned to the department. The University’s organizational chart is attached here with. 

 

NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA

ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

 

  1. STAFFING 

Recruitment, Retention, Dismissal and Welfare 

The University policy on staff recruitment is to hire the best qualified academic and administrative staff. The promotion policy is to reward scholarship, creativity and productivity. A copy, each of the conditions of service for the senior staff and junior staff is attached herewith. 

The conditions of service have been of some use in recruiting high calibre teaching and administrative staff, except that in the professional areas, in particular, these conditions of service are not competitive. In these areas, it has been difficult to recruit and retain staff.. 

The conditions of service have various disciplinary measures: warning, deferment of increment, withholding of increment, suspension, interdiction, termination, dismissal making good loss of or damage to University property – which could be taken against erring staff. Offences which attract termination and dismissal are spelt out in the conditions of service and the decision to terminate or dismiss any staff is taken by the Governing Council. 

 

Staff welfare package as provided for in the conditions of service include free medical treatment for staff and family (now in abeyance), various loans scheme, death benefits etc. 

 

2.1 TEACHING STAFF

S/NName of StaffCOREN 

Regis-

tration 

Status

Rank/

 Desig-

nation

Courses takenStaff Contact Hours

per Week

CodeCourse TitleLectureTutorialPractical
1.Engr. Prof. F. O. Enemuoh Yes R8115ReaderELE 504 Network Analysis and Synthesis21
2.Ven. Engr. Prof. T. C. Madueme (Adjunct)Yes

 R5027

ProfessorELE 

553

Power System Analysis21
3.Engr. Prof. C. C. OkezieYes

R13282

ProfessorECE

 405

Microprocessors and Microcomputers21
ECE

 517

Real time Computing and Programming21
4.Engr. T. F. UketuiYes 3698Snr. Lect.ELE 

343 

Electromechanical Devices and Machines23
ELE

344

Electromechanical Devices and Machines23
ELE 

574 

Control System Engineering21
ELE 

557

Electric Power transmission21
5.Engr. Prof. L. U AnihYes R10217ProfessorELE 445Dynamics of Electrical Machines23
ELE

344

Electromech Dev. Add Machines II23
6.Engr Dr. C. M. Nwosu Snr. Lect.ELE 343 Electromech Dev. Add Machines I13
7.Engr. Dr. J. C. OnuegbuYes R15952Snr. Lect.ELE 

453 

Alternative Energy Sources21
ELE 

549 

Design of Electromechanical Devices and Electrical Machines21
ELE

 558

High Voltage Engineering21
FEG 

102

Engineering Mathematics II21
8.Engr. Dr. S.U. NnebeYes R25020Lect. IFEG 

101 

Engineering Mathematics I21
FEG 

102

Engineering Mathematics II21
FEG 

103

Circuit Theory I21
9.Engr. M. N. EleanyaYes R9308Snr. Lect.FEG

201 

Applied Electricity I11
FEG 

303 

Engineering Mathematics III21
FEG 

404 

Engineering Mathematics IV21
ELE

 554

Power System Planning and Control21
10.Engr. Dr. O. A EzechukwuYes R13544ReaderELE

372 

Instrumentation and Measurement I213
ELE

 473 

Instrumentation and Measurement II21
ELE

 527 

Solid State Electronics21
ELE

 556

Power System Protection and Control21
11.Engr. Dr. A. E. AnaziaYes R11118Snr. Lect. FEG

 202 

Applied Electricity II21
ELE

 311 

Circuit Theory I11
ELE

 312 

Circuit Theory II11
ELE

 553

Power System Analysis21
12.Engr. Dr. V. N. AguYes R7160Lect. IELE

 353 

Power Systems23
ELE

547 

Power Electronics and Drives21
ELE

 341

Electromagnetic Field and Waves2
ELE

504

Network Analysis and Synthesis21
FEG

 202 

Applied Electricity II21
13.Engr. K. C. ObuteYes R23148Lect. IIELE

 342 

Electrodynamics11
ELE

343

Electromechanical Devices and Machines I13
ELE

344

Electromechanical Devices and Machines23
14.Engr. Dr. A. C. O. Azubogu Yes

14145

Snr. Lect.ECE

 427

Advanced Circuit Technique213
15.Engr. Dr. K. A. AkpadoYes

13498

Snr. Lect.ECE 

333 

Digital System Design I13
ECE 

334

Digital System Design II13
ELE

505

Computer Aided Design
16.Engr. Dr. A.N. IsizohSnr. Lect.ELE 

382 

Feedback and Control Systems21
ELE

341

Electromagnetic Fields and Waves2
17.Engr. Dr. C. O. OhanemeYes

14468

Snr. Lect.ELE

 403

Circuit Theory III21
18.Engr. A. E. AnyalebechiLecturer IIELE 

547

Power Electronics and Drives21
ELE

382

Feedback and Control Systems21
19.N. S. OnyedikachiLecturer IIFEG 

101

Engineering Mathematics I21
FEG 

102

Engineering Mathematics II21
ELE

312

Circuit Theory II11
20.Engr. S. O. EzennayaYes R24045Lecturer IIELE

556

Power System Protection and Control21
FEG

103

Circuit Theory I21
21.Ogboh Victor C.     NilLecturer IIELE

 453

Alternative Energy Sources21
ELE

 403

Circuit Theory III21
ELE

 473

Instrumentation and Measurement II21
22.C.C. Anierobi      NilLecturer IIFEG

103

Circuit Theory I 

Tutorials

21

 

2.2 THE TECHNOLOGISTS  

S/N                  NameCOREN 

Registration 

Status

Rank/Designation
1.Engr. Christian O. OlisakweYes R.15008Chief Technologist
2.Engr. Tyndale C. OkaforYes R.14480Chief Technologist
3.S.P.C. Ndum– –Asst. Chief Technologist 
4.Christian O. Okoye– –Senior Lab Technologist
5.T. A. I. Alade– –Principal Technologist
6.Emeka C.  Mbeledogu– –Senior Lab Technologist
7.Nnaeto Godson Okechukwu– –Senior Lab Technologist
8.Onyeyili Tochukwu– –Senior Lab Technologist
9.Ogu Chiedozie Angel– –Senior Lab Technologist
10.Engr. Uche P. AjakorYes R.23653System Analyst
11.Engr. John U. OguejioforYes R.17749Asst. Lab Technologist
12.Engr. Herbert C. EjioforYes R.14217Asst. Lab Technologist
13.Aghara Jachimma V. C.Technologist II

 

2.3 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

S/NNameRank/Designation
1.Mrs. Agnes N. AnyokeChief Secretarial Assistant
2.Mrs. Adaku NwaforAdministrative Assistant
3.Mr. Nwokedi Jude ChineduAdministrative Assistant

 

2.4 STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 

(a) The University strives to meet the NUC ratio of allocating at least 1% of its total recurrent expenditure to staff development. This then extended to all Departments and cadres of staff. This aggregate sum is then distributed to the various programmes and spread to cover the various areas of staff development, example doctorial training, attendance to learned conferences etc. 

 

(b) The Universities policy is to encourage scholarship, creativity, and productivity through promotion. Guidelines exist for assessment and promotion of all calibres of staff (academic and non-academic).