Nigeria Computer Society in Collaboration with NACOSS CRUTECH Chapter holds a Seminar on Research Proposal

The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) is the umbrella organization of all Information Technology Professionals, Interest Groups and Stakeholders in Nigeria. Formed in 1978 as Computer Association of Nigeria (COAN); and Transformed into NCS in 2002 as a result of harmonization with other stakeholder and interest groups. NCS is the national platform for the advancement of Information Technology Science and Practice in Nigeria.
The body partnered with its daughter body, NACOSS which is the Nigerian Association of Computer Science Students (NACOSS), a student professional body with presence in almost all tertiary institutions in Nigeria (both private and government owned). NACOSS was founded by groups of students in July 1993 with the backing of Nigerian Computer Society (NCS) as its parent body. It provides avenues for students (in any IT related field) to highlight and champion issues of interest in a coordinated and organized manner. NACOSS members (NACOSSites) are students studying in tertiary institutions in computer related disciplines including: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, etc. Each member is essentially a member of the Association’s local chapter in his or her institution. As of April 2012, NACOSS states that it is the largest and most organized student body in West Africa, with registered members of about Two Hundred and Fifty thousand (250 000) in well over One Hundred and fifty local chapters (and more unregistered) in different Institutions (Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education) across the six (6) Geo-political zones of Nigeria.
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Nigeria Computer Society partnered with the Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH ) Chapter of NACOSS to hosts a seminar on Saturday, 28th April, 2018 focused on how to write a research proposal powered by the Comrade Ocheden Stephen Oguni Led Exco 2017/2018.

The topics discussed include:
1.     How to formulate a computer research proposal.

2.     How to write aims and objectives.
3.     System methodology.

4.     Trends in Student Industrial training.

5.     Literature review.

6.     Web development in the 21st Century business and more…

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The event took place at ICT Village, Marian Road, Calabar, Cross River State.
Top Computer Professionals including Dr. Paul Imoh, the Director at Ministry of ICT, CRS, Dr. Julius Obidinu, Computer Science lecturer at CRUTECH, Dr. Fidelis I. Onah, Head of Department, Computer Science, CRUTECH, Prince Ana, Chairman NCS/CPN, Cross River State Chapter, Dr. E. Essien, Zonal Coordinator  NCS/CPN, Mr. Paul Bukkie, a Software Developer, and also Mr. Imo Douglas, CEO of Easy Website Nigeria.
 The speakers spoke on various topics and ensured that the participants went home with something exceptional. 
 Most of the participants were 400 level students of the Department of Computer Science, Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Calabar and they confessed they benefitted from the seminar.