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WELCOME TO INDUSTRIAL  MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Industrial Maintenance Department started as training centre for technical personnel from industries in 1989.  The Industrial Maintenance /centre as it was known then, was established with the assistance of French Government (through its Embassy in Nigeria) to provide training to Engineering/Technical staff from various firms with respect to the maintenance of manufacturing servicing and utility equipment/facilities. The centre started with only the Welding Section which had state-of-art welding equipment and accessories in 1989.  In fact the welding section was named “National Welding Centre” when it was commissioned in January 1989 because it was second to none in Nigeria.

 

 

 

By 1991, the Industrial Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Electra-techniques, Industrial Electronics and Metrology sections were added.  All the equipment in these sections was also donated by the French Government.  The scope of training render to technical staff from firms was expanded to cover the above areas.  The duration of the courses run by the centre ranged from one week to two weeks (short courses) and certification of participation were issued to participant at the end of the each course.

 

 

 

The National Diploma programme in Industrial Maintenance/Engineering was introduced. While the short courses were administered under the direct supervision of the Director of school of Engineering, the ND Programme was run as a programme in Mechanical engineering department.

 

 

 

In July 1995, the Industrial Maintenance Centre metamorphosed into a full-fledged department known as “Industrial Maintenance Engineering Department” and it had a pioneer Head of Department, eight (8) academic staff and ten non-academic staff.  The mandate of the department then was to run the National Diploma (ND) programme in Industrial Maintenance Engineering and then the short courses for technical personnel in industries.  The first set of ND graduates passed out in 1996.

 

 

 

The Higher National Diploma programme started in 2003/2004 academic session. The first set of HND graduates passed out in 2006.

 

 

 

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

 

1.       To produce high level man power in both Electrical and Mechanical systems maintenance.

 

2.      To produce technical personnel in the industries that can face challenges of installing and maintaining the present day’s hi-tech industrial equipment.

 

  

 

JUSTIFICATION

 

Most Industrial Machines are electro-mechanical in nature.  Educational training of highly technical skilled engineers in both electrical and mechanical fields will be of great economic advantage to the industries.

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Industrial Maintenance Engineering Department trains Technicians and Technologists to acquire sound knowledge in both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering fields.  The department’s graduates have skills in maintenance of various Engineering Systems used in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Pneumatics, Industrial Oil-Hydraulics, Welding, Manufacturing, Construction Equipment etc. 

 

 

 



HOD INFORMATION
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Engr. O.B. Ogunrinola,

(N.D.) Mechanical Engineering, (B.Sc.) Electrical Engineering, (M.Sc.) Electrical/Electronic Engineering (COREN)

Ag. HOD, Industrial & Maintenance Engineering.

Apply to Industrial & Mentanance Engineering

ACADEMIC STAFF LIST FOR INDUSTRIAL & MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.

 

S/N

NAMES

DESIGNATION

QUALIFICATIONS

RESEARCH AREA

1.

Engr. S.  I.  Oloketuyi

HOD/Chief Lecturer

B. Eng (Mech), M.Sc (Chem. Eng.),  COREN, NSE

Energy Management & Virtual Prototyping

2.

Engr. P. K. Adegboyega

 

Contract Lecturer

B.Sc (Mech. Engineering),  MIE (Industrial Engineering), COREN

 

3.

Engr. O. O. Ize-Balogban                              

Chief Lecturer

B. Eng (Production Engr.), M.SC (Mech Engineering), Engineer’s Degree (Automated Prod.), (COREN), MNSE, MNIM, MFAN, MNICA

Design & Production, automation/Robotics,

Solid Mechanics, Maintenance Technology & Alternative/Renewable energy.

4.

Mr. S. B. Udo

Chief Instructor

PGD, HND, NSE

Rice Milling Machine

5.

Mr. J. A. Oketokun

Chief Instructor

B.Sc (Mech Tech)

Nil

6.

Mr. E. U. Nwosu

Asst. Chief instructor

M. Tech (in view) PGD, HND (Phy/Elect)

Automation & Instrumentation

7.

Engr. I. O. Awe

Senior Lecturer

M.Sc (Mechanical), B. Sc Metallurgical Engr., COREN.

Maintenance & Metallurgy

8.

Mr. O. B. Ogunrinola

Lecturer 1

M.Sc Electronic Engr

Adiabatic switch for power dissipation reduction in CMOS gates in battery powered devices

9.

Mr. W. A. Alao

Lecturer 1

B.Sc (Electronics & Computer Engineering)

Comparison of Arithmetic Residua NO.

  10.

Mr. M. T. Ajala

Lecturer 11

B.Sc (Mech. Engr), M.Sc (System Engr)

 

Artificial Intelligence

11.

Mr. A. Mould

Principal  Technologist II

HND Mechanical Engineering

Nil

12.

Mr. Anthony. O. Adekoya

Technologist  1

PGD Production Engineering, HND Mechanical

Production Engineering (Safety)

13.

Mr. A. O. Oddiah

Technologist  1

HND (Mech. Engineering), PGD (Mech. Engineering)

Nil

 

 

 

HOD INFORMATION
hod



Engr. O.B. Ogunrinola,

(N.D.) Mechanical Engineering, (B.Sc.) Electrical Engineering, (M.Sc.) Electrical/Electronic Engineering (COREN)

Ag. HOD, Industrial & Maintenance Engineering.

Apply to Industrial & Mentanance Engineering

PROGRAMMES AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING 

 

 

 

NATIONAL DIPLOMA

The programme is designed produce Technicians to ensure effective operation and maintenance of manufacturing and servicing equipment and facilities in the public and private sectors of the economy.

 

HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA

The programme is designed to equip the Technologist with techniques and skills required for the maintenance of industrial machines /equipment/facilities.

 

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1.       Credit passes in four relevant subjects in GCE and SSCE which must include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English

2.       ND with a minimum of lower Credit in Industrial Maintenance Engineering

3.       A minimum of one-year cognate industrial work experience.

 

COURSE OUTLINES FOR PROGRAMMES RUN IN THE DEPARTMENT

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

 

ND 1 FIRST SEMESTER

 

GNS 101

Use of English I

2

GNS 111

Citizenship Education I

2

STA 111

Introduction to Statistics

2

MEC 111

Mechanical Engineering Science

3

EEC 115         

Electrical  Engineering Science

3

MTH 112

Algebra & Elementary Trigonometry

3

ICT 101

Introduction to Computer

2

MEC 112

Technical drawing

2

MEC 113

Basic Mechanical W/shop Practice

1

EEC 111

Electrical Graphics

2

  

Total

22

 

ND 1 SECOND SEMESTER

 

GNS 102

Communication in English

2

GNS 128

Citizenship Education II

2

MEG 108

Intro. To Thermodynamics

3

EEG 124

Electronics

3

EEG 126

Electrical W/Shop Practice II

2

MTH 118

Calculus

3

EEd 126

Intro. to Entrepreneurship

2

MEC 102

Descriptive Geometry

2

MEG 110       

Machine Tool Technology

3

EEG 128

Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation

3

 

Total

28

 

ND II FIRST SEMESTER

 

GNS 201

Use of English II     

2

MTH 203

Logic & Linear Algebra

2

EED 216

Stimulating Entrepreneurship Awareness

2

IME 201

Maintenance Management I

1

MEC 201       

Engineering Drawing

2

IME 203

Intro. To Welding Technology

2

EEG 231

Electric Circuit Theory      

3

ME 205

Structure & properties of Mat.

2

EEG 245

Electrical Power

3

IME 207

Fluid Mechanics

3

IME 200

Technical Report Writing/Project Seminar

1

 

Total

23

 

ND II SECOND SEMESTER

 

GNS 202

Communication in English II      

2

MEC 212

Plant Maintenance & Services

3

EEG 242

Computer System & Engineering

2

EEP 244

Industrial Electronics I

3

EEG 246

Electrical Machines

3

MTH 222

Trig. & Analytical Geometry

2

IME 202

Machine Drawing & Tech. Symbols

2

IME 204

Metrology

1

IME 206

Project

2

 

Total

22

 

HND I FIRST SEMESTER

 

GNS 302

Communication in English III

2

GNS 311

Engineering in Society

2

MEC 321

Applied Thermodynamics

3

MEC 315

Mechanics of Machines

3

MTH 311

Advanced Algebra   

3

IME 301

Measurement & Instrumentation

3

IME 303       

Electro-Techniques

2

IME 305

Spare Parts Manufacture 

3

IME 307

Computer Application & Programming

3

MEG 317

Strength of Materials

3

 

Total

27

 

HND I SECOND SEMESTER

 

EED 316

Entrepreneurship Skill Development I

2

GNS 326

Industrial Management

2

MEG 306

Fluid Mechanics

3

MTH 312

Advanced Calculus

3

IME 302

Industrial Hydraulics & Pneumatics I

3

IME 304

Electric Circuit Theory II

2

IME 306

Industrial Electronics II

3

IME 308

Elect /Elect. Systems Maintenance I

2

IME 310

Maintenance Management II

2

IME 312

Machine Design & CAD

3

 

Total

25

 

HND II FIRST SEMSETER

 

EED 413

Entrepreneurship Development. II

2

IME 400

Research Methods/Project Seminar

1

IME 401

Control Systems

3

IME 403

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

3

IME 405

Advanced Welding Technology.

2

MTH 421

Numerical Methods

2

IME 407

Electrical Machines II        

3

IME 409 

Electronic Design & Drafting

2

IME411

Industrial Safety     

2

IME 413

Industrial Automation

3

 

Total

23

 

HND II SECOND SEMSETER

 

IME 416

Project          

3

IME 402

Industrial Hydraulic/Pneumatics II

3

IME 404

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

2

IME 406

Industrial Electronics III

3

IME 408

Elect./Elect. Systems Maintenance II

2

IME 410

Maintenance Management III

2

IME 412

Mechanical Systems  Maintenance 

3

IME 414

Industrial Automation II

3

STA 402

Statistical Methods in Engineering.

2

 

Total

23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOD INFORMATION
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Engr. O.B. Ogunrinola,

(N.D.) Mechanical Engineering, (B.Sc.) Electrical Engineering, (M.Sc.) Electrical/Electronic Engineering (COREN)

Ag. HOD, Industrial & Maintenance Engineering.

Apply to Industrial & Mentanance Engineering

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