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  Aims and Objectives of the
Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI)
 
aims and objectives
  • To promote the noble ideals of the National Institute as embodied in its motto: “Towards a Better Society”;
  • To promote understanding, unity, brotherhood and cooperation among the members;

  • To strengthen the relationship between the Association and the National Institute with a view to maintaining synergy;                                                                                     ...more>>
         
BACKGROUND

The need for government and the Nigerian society to constantly tap from the rich mix of high level manpower churned out by NIPSS informed the formation of Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI).
 

      
 

ABOUT AANI
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NIPSS GRADUANDS
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NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
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PAST NATIONAL OFFICERS
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LEAGUE OF MONITORS
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About AANI  
  Constitution & Act
 
As part of its vision to actualize cohesive national development, the Federal Government, in 1979, established NIPSS to

Serve as a high level centre of reflection, research, and dialogue where academics of intellectual excellence, policy initiators and executors and other citizens of practical experience and wisdom drawn from different sectors of national life in Nigeria would meet to reflect and exchange ideas on the great issues of society, particularly as they relate to Nigeria and Africa in the context of the dynamics of a constantly changing world.

The need for government and the Nigerian society to constantly tap from the rich mix of high level manpower churned out by NIPSS informed the formation of Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI). Hence AANI was tasked with establishing the means of contributing objectively to national discourse on issues affecting the development of Nigeria and proffering appropriate solutions to government. It was also expected to serve as a think-tank to the Federal and State Governments. 

To date, about 1,523 Participants have graduated from NIPPS. The list includes people from various walks of life, spanning the civil service, Armed Forces, academia, labour and para-military institutions among others

 

 

 

 
 
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