OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY
P.M.B 2002 AGO-IWOYE OGUN-STATE
A TECHNICAL REPORT
STUDENTS INDUSTRAIL WORKING EXPERIENCE SCHEME
COMMENCED FROM NOV. 1ST 2012 – FEB. 28TH 2013
NO 33, SAKA TINUBU STREET VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS.
ADEYEMI OLUWAFUNMILAYO IFEOLUWAPO
OLUWAFUNMILAYO IFEOLUWAPO of the MATRIC NUMBER 09085849, and submitted to the COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERISTY, AGO-IWOYE, OGUN STATE.
MR. J.T. ODULE
Name of IT Coordinator
Signature of IT Coordinator
All thanks to the Almighty God, who has been my help and guardian all through my life, may your name continually be praised.
My profound gratitude to my parents Mr. & Mrs T. Adeyemi, who have cared for me in love and supported me right from my birth, may God in his infinite prosperity, bless you far beyond your imaginations.
My special gratitude to my brother, Adeyemi I. O. for always being there for me, God shall reward you extensively.
My appreciation goes to the management and staff of Cyberspace Network Limited. I wish to express my appreciation to Engr. Stanley Oduah, the C.E.O of Cyberspace Network Limited who made this program a reality, may God continue to bless and strengthen you.
My unreserved gratitude goes to my friends, colleagues at cyberspace, colleagues at school, lecturers, landlord, Rev. S.T. Williams and my Level Adviser, Mr. J.T. ODULE, may God keep you all and bless you abundantly.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
History of SIWES
Aims and Objectives of SIWES
Industrial Training refers to the exposure of students in formal educational institutions to real work situation within their chosen discipline, with a view to systematically enhance the acquisition of related experiences, practical dexterity and general know-how.
HISTORY OF SIWES
In the earlier stage of science and technology education in Nigeria, students were graduating from their respective institution without any technical knowledge or working experience. It was in this view that students undergoing science and technology related courses were mandated to get attached in different institution in the view of widening their horizons so as to enable them have technical knowledge or working experience before graduating from their various institutions. The student industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) was established by the industrial Training Fund in (ITF) 1973 to enable students of tertiary institution have basic technical knowledge of industrial works base on their course of study before the completion of their program in their respective institutions. The major background behind the emergence of students in SIWES and the foremost reason why this scheme was designed to expose students to industrial environment and enable them develop occupational competencies so that they can
readily contribute their quota to national economic and technological development after graduation.
The major benefit accruing to students who participate conscientiously in Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) are the skills and competencies they acquire. The relevant production skills remain a part of the recipients of industrial training as life-long assets which cannot be taken away from them. This is because the knowledge and skills acquired through training are internalized and become relevant when required to perform jobs or functions .
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF SIWES
The Industrial Training Fund’s policy Document No. 1 of 1973 which established SIWES...
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