Towards ensuring effective supervision and project implementation, the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has commenced the process of recruiting more qualified engineers.
To this end, a total of One thousand two hundred (1200) shortlisted candidates have sat for the Commission’s online examination held at the ICT Centre, Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST), Port Harcourt.
The candidates were drilled in their area of specialization and general paper.
Speaking to the newsmen, NDDC, consultant on the exercise, Dr. Hilkiah Igoni, explained that the essence of electronic interview was to ensure transparency and accountability in the process. “The whole idea of making it electronic is to ensure that the candidates can actually see their results immediately”.
On his part, Director, ICT, Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST), Prof. S. A. Braid commended the NDDC for bracing up with modern approach to examination issue.
“The online exams are becoming the order of the day and for NDDC to do this, means that it is becoming more current”.
On assumption of Office the NDDC Managing Director, Dr. Christian Oboh had identified lack of qualified Engineers for projects supervision as a major challenge that needs immediate attention.