Three 300L students, Ochoyi Joshua, Odufote Isreal and Nwakaibe David of Anchor University have broken the silence on Innovation.
Mentored by a US-based information Organization developed a 21st library application will tackle the various stress faced by students of the school.
They develope the app to combat issues like book inventory management, e-labelling and identification, registration, on-site and off-site borrowing and returning of books, e-tracking among others.
While presenting the application before the management, Ochoyi Joshua said
After taking into consideration some challenges students face in the library, we decided to develop this app. Managing issues like book identification, registration and other issues.Ochoyi Joshua
In acknowledging work done by the students, the Vice-chancellor. Professor Olasehinde had this to say
This achievement by our students encompass our vision. Our vision in producing graduates that will be able to compete in the labor market and meets the millennium goalsProfessor Olasehinde
Professor Olasehinde appreciates the privilege given to the management by the US-based Organization as his crew came on board barely two and half years ago.
Olaoye also pointed out that students that are technically oriented are the solution to the Nigeria economy. He went further to point out that it will help Nigeria in competing with the world-leading technology country.
This seems like a win for Mountain Top University and the entire students in Nigeria.