Aminu Dabo College of Health Sciences and Technology

AD-COHST gets accreditation to run ND and HND courses in four different health disciplines

Aminu Dabo College of Health Sciences and Technology (AD-COHST) Kano has received full accreditation from the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to run ND and HND in four different health programs with effect from 2019/2020 academic session.

The four Programs include National Diploma and Higher National Diploma (ND/HND) in Health Information Management, Environmental Health Technology, Community Health and Dental Therapy.

AD-COHST gets accreditation to run ND and HND courses in four different health disciplines

This is contained in four separate Correspondences signed by Mrs. Helen Oduntan Director Monotechnic Programs on behalf of the Executive Secretary of the Board and addressed to the Provost of the College.

The letters stated that the approval was granted following the recent Board Accreditation exercise where the Team found the College met the requirements to commence the relevant programs in the Institution.

Also in one of the letters, the Board intimated that, it had earlier notified the Director General National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and the Registrar Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) on the update of Programs and the need to include the students of the programs in their scheme and Brochure.

The NBTE Executive Secretary congratulated the Proprietor and the entire Management of the College for achieving the successes, expressing hope that the set quality and standard will be maintained at all times.

AD-COHST resumes academic activities October 26th

Following the Kano State Government recent directives, AD-COHST Authority has approved Monday, October 26th, 2020 as the resumption date for the completion of the 2019/2020 Academic Session.

The Provost of the College Sant Hamza Garba who disclosed this urged all staff and students from the various Departments to take note and comply accordingly.

AD-COHST resumes academic activities October 26th

Sant Hamza Garba re-emphasized that, Academic activities including lectures, laboratory, and practical classes for students will re-commence immediately as usual.

He further directed that all the academic and non-academic staff are to report to their respective duty posts in time, while students in exit classes who shall be writing the final National Exams from next week will also continue with the revision and tutorial classes.

The Provost said, all the necessary arrangements have been put in place by the College Authority to ensure a conducive environment for learning and teaching in the College.

However, he called attention from the staff and returning students to be mindful of the current health situation and strictly adhere to the Covid-19 safety protocol while at the College premises.


Abdullahi Usman

Head of PR & Publicity