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Welcome to IJBCOE
The Bayelsa State College of Art and Science was established in 2000 in Agudama-Epie, Yenahoa by the Gov. D.S.P. Alameiseigha administration.
It was later converted to Bayelsa State college of Education in 2010 and relocated to Okpoama, Brass, Bayelsa State by Gov. Timipre Sylva administration.
Following the amendment of the law establishing the Bayelsa State college of Education Okpoama on 15th of August 2012, His Excellency, Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson change the name of the College to Isaac Jasper Boro College of Education and relocated it from Okpoama to Sagbama.
Since then, the college has grown in leaps and bounds
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IJBCOE aspires to be an excellent Institution in teaching, research and community engagement the will promote societal values through the development of students and staff.
The drive of IJBCOE is to become a first class citadel of learning in the country for the training of professional teachers through the promotion of highest ideals and best practices in academia.
i. Provide qualitative teaching, learning and research environment for students and staff to realize their full potentials in life
ii. Produce graduates that are fully-equipped with knowledge and skill in contemporary pedagogical insights to make outstanding success in their chosen profession
iii. ensure transparency and accountability in all her undertakings
A one year Remedial Programme that offer direct admission into NCE full-time Programme
A three (3) years academic Programme that offer students the Nigeria Certificate in Education (N.C.E. Certificate)
A four (4) years academic part-time programme the offers a student the Nigeria Certificate in Education (N.C.E. Certificate)
The College understand the need for a robust student’s welfare scheme. To this end, the College has created an environment that affords students maximum opportunities to drive the highest possible quality of personal fulfillment, professional attainment, social responsibility and service to the community while studying in the college.
To this end the college encourages responsible student union activities, clubs and associations, maintains open communication with students and involve student wherever and whenever practicable in the management of affairs and college affairs so far as these directly affect their well-being.
This is in the belief that to make a student responsible, he/she shall be given responsibility to decide in order to appreciate the difficulties of decision-making and, more importantly, implementation.
Mrs. Joyce Izonebi TekereboBursar
Ms. Keboh TarelaAg. Head, College Library
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