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The Rector's Message

Modu Z. Kyari


It is my pleasure to welcome you to The Polytechnic, which vested with the responsibility of training intermediate manpower in the field of technology and others alike. The Polytechnic has been in the business of training, imparting knowledge and building career for a quite long time.

The primary function of the Polytechnic is to provide for students training and development of techniques in applied science, engineering, environmental science, financial studies and business and communication Studies. The Polytechnic has been producing majorly middle-level manpower that has been making valuable contributions to the social and economic development of the country. The training you will receive at Ramat Polytechnic Maiduguri won't only groom you for academic excellence, but for attainment of topmost moral character. Our mode of training is meant to empower you enough to be your own.

I therefore implore you to visit this website daily to familiarise yourself with developments within the Polytechnic as this will inform you of activities of the institution.

Mission & Vision

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri was established as Government Technical College in January, 1973 by the defunct North - Eastern State Government, offering Basic and Intermediate Technical courses leading to award of City & Guilds Certificate to meet the middle level manpower needs of the State. The objectives for establishing the institution included Provision for studies, training and development of techniques in applied science, engineering and commerce as well as in other spheres of learning, and for the purpose of carrying out this function it shall be the duty of The Polytechnic, so far as its resources permit, to provide facilities for activities including the following:

  1. courses of instruction (full time and part-time) leading to diploma, certificates and other distinctions in scientific, technological and such other subjects at the intermediate level of manpower
  2. special training in courses whether leading to distinction or not taking into account at all times the requirements of the Ministry of Education and the intermediate manpower needs of the country
  3. work in the development of techniques, conferences, seminars study groups and like activities; and
  4. such other activities as may in the opinion of the governing board serve to promote the objectives of The Polytechnic

Life in Ramat Polytechnic

The Polytechnic has over 15,000 students running different programmes. RAMATPOLY has earned a reputation as one of the foremost Polytechnics in the nation in the fields of Management, Agriculture, Engineering, Environmental Studies and Technology. This is seen in the placement of our diplomats in various organizations, government ministries and parastatals.

All the schools and departments are active in research and in teaching, both of which are subject to external assessment. The Quality Control body for the monitoring of Polytechnic Education, the National Board For Technical Education (NBTE), has mechanisms for monitoring teaching, learning as well as research.