NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Course Structure:

The course in line with NBTE tenets is divided into four semesters and in two years.  The outline course structure is as follows: 

Year 1 - Semester 1

GNS 101

Use of English I

GNS 127

Citizenship Education

MTH 112

Algebra and Elementary Trigonometry

STA 111

Introduction to Statistics

MEC 101

Technical Drawing

MEC 107

Mechanical Engineering Science

MEC 104

Mechanical Workshop Tech. and Practice I

EEC 112

Electrical Engineering Science

EEC 116

Electrical Workshop Practice I

COM 111

Introduction to Computer

Year 1 - Semester 2

GNS 102

Communication in English I

GNS 125

Economics

MTH 211

Calculus

MEC 102

Descriptive Geometry

MEC 108

Introduction to Thermodynamics

EEC 124

Electronics I

EEC 126

Electrical Workshop Practice II

EEC 128

Electrical Measurement and Instrument

COM 122

Computer Operations

COM 221

Computer Programming (FORTRAN)

CTE 121

Digital Computer Fundamentals I

 

Year 2 - Semester 1

GNS 201

Use of English II

MTH 202

Logic and Linear Algebra

EEC 232

Electrical Circuit Theory 1

EEC234

Electronics II

EEC 235

Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation II

EEC237

Electrical/Electronic Maintenance and Repair

CTE 211

Micro Computer Fundamentals

CTE 212

Computer Workshop Practice I

CTE 213

Digital Computer Fundamentals II

CTE 214

Computer Architecture

Year 2 - Semester 2

GNS 202

Communication in English II

MTH 122

Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry

EEC 242

Electrical Circuit Theory

EEC 244

Telecommunication Engineering

CTE 221

Computer Programming (Assembly Language)

CTE 222

Computer Workshop Practice II

CTE 223

Operating Systems

CTE 224

Computer Power Systems

CTE 225

Project

Institute's Administration

Programmes

Today, there is virtually e-everything; e-mail, e-commerce, e-learning, e-government, etc. It was in response to this global trend that the Jigawa State Government of Nigeria pioneered the establishment of Informatics Institute under a franchise agreement.

Student's Affairs

Learning doesn’t just happen in a classroom. Opportunities for teaching and development exist everywhere and at all times on campus and it’s our job to seize these moments. As student affairs, our job is to foster and promote these interactions.

Campus Sporting

We've a strong sporting ground, whether you wish to  play as part of a team or just want to keep fit! There are plenty of activities for you to choose from to help you stay healthy and active including soccer, badminton & basketball and many more. 

Accomodation

When you are choosing where to study, the quality & value for money of accommodation can be a key part of the decision making process. Where you live can be just as important as what you learn whether on campus, or nearby.

Kazaure

Kazaure, town and traditional emirate in Jigawa state, northern Nigeria. The town has been the emirate’s headquarters since 1819. It was founded by Dan Tunku, a Fulani warrior who was one of the 14 flag bearers for the Fulani jihad (holy war) leader Usman dan Fodio.