WELCOME TO THE NSE OLUYOLE

NSE Oluyole Branch was inaugurated in August 2017 as Engr Ademola Agoro was elected the pioneer Chairman of the Branch. The Branch has since hit the ground running to serve its growing membership base. It a sub-branch of the Nigerian society of Engineers.

The Nigerian Society of Engineers was established in 1958 to provide a central organization for Engineers in Nigeria and generally to engage in activities that could be necessary to maintain a strict standard of professional ethics amongst its members, and to advance the interest of engineering profession in Nigeria. In the discharge of its functions, the society is expected to collaborate with industry, commerce and academia and other such national bodies as may be necessary and to present to the government of Nigeria, the views of the Society on subjects of concern or interest of Engineers in Nigeria. The Society has recorded tremendous progress since its’ establishment.

The main objective and pleasure of the current executive is to describe that success and more importantly consolidate it.

MEET THE CHAIRMAN - ENGR. ABAYOMI OYERINDE, MNSE

ENGR. ABAYOMI OYERINDE is a senior Electrical Engineer at Broadcasting Commission of Oyo State (BCOS), Ibadan.

He is the 3rd Chairman of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Oluyole Branch, Ibadan.

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NSE Oluyole 3rd Chairman

Engr. Abayomi Oyerinde, MNSE.

Membership

To be a member of this Branch


The following are guidelines for persons aspiring to become members of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, oluyole branch. There are six grades of membership namely: Fellow, Honorary Fellow, Corporate Member, Graduate Member, Associate and Student Member. The education and training required for each grade of membership are listed hereunder:

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WHAT YOU BENEFIT FROM BEING A MEMBER

Courses/Workshops/Conference The Society offer courses and workshops regularly for professional improvement and continuing education of members.
Careers and Employment Advice The Society provides advice to members on job placement and career progression through her Job placement unit.
Liaison with COREN The Society is represented on the Council of COREN and maintains close relations with the body on all issues relating to the engineering profession.

Forum The Society provides a forum for engineers to exchange ideas and update their knowledge on contemporary and future developments in engineering.
Awards and Prizes Grants/Fellowships/Awards and Prizes for papers, research and other contributions to the profession are awarded by the Society from time to time to those who distinguished themselves in the profession.
International Relations The Society represents Nigeria through her membership of the Commonwealth Engineers Council (CEC) and World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO).

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