The department of Education in Babcock University inducted 77 teachers by the Teachers Registration council of Nigeria (TRCN) on Thursday March 24 2022. The Oath of allegiance was conducted by the Registrar of the TRCN, Professor Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye.

Professor Ajiboye made high remarks about the University and the inductees about the performance rate of the newly inducted Teachers which is high and commendable. He stated that teaching has gone beyond what it used to be, as being a teacher nowadays means you have to be innovative and tech savvy because we are in a digital age now and the students are now being exposed to information not just in the classrooms but the internet.

He advised that Teachers should be inducted based on good performance and not just manageable results, and as a teacher you make your work outstanding and also be impactful in whatever is being taught.

The Vice Chancellor of Babcock University Professor Ademola Tayo stated that the need for teachers cannot be overemphasized, congratulated the Inductees and that he liked their passion for Education and urged that they should not rest now, but should strive for greater achievements. He further advised the inductees to be good leaders with good character that students can emulate.

The Dean of Education and Humanities, Dr Abiodun Adesegun talked about how education is important not only in an individual’s life but as a country. There is no good education unless there is a good teacher and there is no good country without good teachers.