Danvic Petroleum International (DPI) a wholly Nigerian Company with foreign technical partners in the United Kingdom, United States, China and Netherland has offered technical assistance to one final year undergraduate and one Master’s students in the departments of Applied Geology and Applied Geophysics of the Federal University of Technology, Akure. In a letter conveying the message to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Adebiyi Daramola signed by DPI Managing Director, Dr. Mayowa Awe (fnape), and made available to liveschoolnews, he wrote “In furtherance of our company’s resolve to assist in complementing government effort in the improvement of the quality of geoscience education in Nigeria, our company amongst other programmes rendered towards this purpose is offering to provide technical assistance to one final year undergraduate students and one Master’s degree student in the department of Geology.”

Speaking on the modalities of the assistance, Awe wrote “Our Company will provide an industry assistant that will provide the necessary technical support that these students will need to write an up to date thesis. The technical assistance will include the provision of access to our office Geophysical Interpretation Software, guidance during interpretation and access to our office facilities and resources that may be required to have a good thesis.”

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adebiyi Daramola has written an appreciation letter to the organization and stressed that FUTA will continue to collaborate with reputable organizations. He also said the offer by DPI is in further recognition of the quality of FUTA’s product which further justifies the leadership position the institution is currently occupying among its peers.

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