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Monday, 13 January 2014

GALLERY

 STUDENTS IN LECTURE ROOM

 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC LAB


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

 STUDENTS IN LECTURE ROOM

 STUDENTS IN LECTURE ROOM


 A SECTION OF FIELD

STUDENTS IN LECTURE ROOM

 SCIENCE LAB TECHNOLOGY


 CHEMISTRY LAB

 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY


 CHEMISTRY

 COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB

COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB

ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONIC LAB

ENGINEERING

 ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE


MICROBIOLOGY


OTHERS

OTHERS

CONTACT US

Address:
Eket, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria

phn www.heritagepoly.edu.ng,
     info@heritagepoly.edu.ng,
phn +234 809 351 0308

RESEARCH

 In a conscious move to create Excellence in Learning, Heritage Polytechnic place emphasis on research. All departments are properly funded to carry out researches which are particularly focused on community-related problems, and projects that can be translated to practice and policy to improve human welfare issues, as well as making Heritage Polytechnic a research centre. Laboratories, studios and library are up to date to assist staff and researchers make the best of their ability.
Research findings from Heritage Polytechnic are published in reputable international journals.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR 2013/2014 SESSION


Week beginning
Activities
October 7, 2013
*First Semester resumes
*Lecturers submit examination questions with marking schemes to HODs
*Registration begins
October 14, 2013
*Orientation for freshers
*Lectures begin with distribution of course outlines by lecturers
*Assignment of Project supervisors and topics to final year students by HODs
October 21, 2013
Second week of Lectures
October 28, 2013
Third week of lectures
November 4, 2013
Fourth week of lectures
November 11,2013
*Fifth week of lecture
*Lecturers distribute tutorial questions in their courses to students
November 18, 2013
*Sixth week of lectures
November 25, 2013
*Seventh week of lectures
*End of registration for students
December 2, 2013
*Eighth week of lectures
*Administration of tests to students
December 9, 2013
*Christmas break begins
*Staff commence annual leave
January 6, 2014
*Christmas break ends
*Staff resume duties
*Ninth week of lectures
January 13, 2014
*Tenth week of lectures
January 20, 2014
*Revision week
*Batch B begins lectures
January 27, 2014
Examination begins for registered students
February 3, 2014
Examinations continue and end on Friday 8
February 10, 2014
*First Semester break begins
*Lecturers begin marking of examination scripts
February 17, 2014
*Batch B students continues lectures
*Lecturers submit results in CD on Friday 21
February 24, 2014
Batch B students continues lectures
March 3, 2014
Batch B students continues lectures
March 10, 2014
*Batch B students continue lectures
*End of registration for Batch B
March 17, 2014
*Batch B students continue lectures
*Release of First Semester result
March 24, 2014
Examination begins for Batch B
March 31, 2014
Examination for Batch B continues and ends on Friday April 4
April 7, 2014
*Second Semester begins for all students with registration
*Submission of Examination questions with marking schemes to HODs
April 14, 2014
*Students week
*Matriculation ceremony on Saturday 19
April 21, 2013
Lectures begin with distribution of course outlines by lecturers
April 28, 2014
Second week of lectures
May 5, 2014
Third week of lectures
May 12, 2014
*Fourth week of lectures
*End of registration
May 19, 2014
*Fifth week of lectures
*Lecturers distribute tutorial questions in their courses to students
May 26, 2014
Sixth week of lectures
June 2, 2014
Seventh week of lectures
June 9, 2014
*Eighth week of lectures
*Administration of tests by lecturers
June 16, 2014
Ninth week of lectures
June 23, 2014
Tenth week of lectures and revision
June 30, 2014
Second Semester Examination begins
July 7, 2014
Second semester examination continues and end on Friday 11.
July 14, 2014
*Project defence commences at departmental level
*Marking of examination scripts begins
July 21, 2014
*Final Project defence
* Lecturers submit results in CD on Friday 21
July 28, 2014
Long vacation begins
*Summer semester begins with registration
August 4, 2014
Second week of Summer Semester Lectures
August 11, 2014
*Third week of Summer Semester Lectures
*Release of second semester result
August 18, 2014
Fourth week of Summer Semester Lectures
August 25, 2014
Fifth week of Summer Semester Lectures
September 1, 2014
Sixth week of Summer Semester Lectures
September 8, 2014
Seventh week of Summer Semester Lectures
September 15, 2014
Eighth week of Summer Semester Lectures
September 22, 2014
Summer Examinations begins
September 29, 2014
Summer Examination continues
October 6, 2014
*2014/2015 session begins
* Lecturers submit summer semester results in CD on Friday 10

POLICIES

Our Policies is centered on the development of a total man: Mental, Spiritual and Social development of man. At Heritage Polytechnic there is no discrimination based on race, sex, HIV, and religion.

OUR MISSION

Vision :

To become an internationally recognized technical institution that serves society through excellence in education and research.
 
Mission:

We will be a pre-eminent academic institution, serving as a catalyst for economic prosperity and social development by preparing students for meaningful personal lives, professional accomplishments, and responsible global citizenship in an exceptionally excellent learning environment with focus on technology and management of resources.
 
Philosophy:

Merit Based Approach:  We adhere to merit as the criterion in our decision making. This applies to all aspects of our operations, from selection of faculty and staff, to admission and evaluation of students.
 
Hard Work: We believe that sustained hard work provides the underpinning for the socio-economic development of a nation. Our academic programs help develop the stamina and diligence essential for success in the increasingly competitive international environment.
 
Value Addition: Our programs are structured so that every activity enhances student learning and individual development. All activities are thus designed with definite learning objectives.
 
Intellectual Rigour: The programs offered not only require the capacity to work hard, but also the ability to think analytically and to solve problems. The mental strength that comes from a rigorous academic program prepares the participants to perform demanding intellectual tasks.
 
Character Building: We consider character building to be an integral aspect of our programs, as learning without personal integrity will be of little value to the individual and the society. Christian values are added to students without compulsion to non-Christians.