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REPORT ON STUDENT INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE
SCHEME (SIWES) TRAINING PROGRAMME

AT

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)
NAMA Headquarters,
Murtala Mohammed International Airport
P.M.B. 21084, Ikeja, Lagos
Phone: +234(01)7618376, 2120512, 7767185, (0709)8001337
E-mail: info@namahqtr.net
BY

NAME:

KOYA TEMITOPE ABAYOMI

MATRIC NO:

ACU/597

PROGRAMME:

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

FROM:

MAY - OCTOBER 2009.

AJAYI CROWTHER UNIVERSITY, OYO.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
DEPARMENT OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES.
BEING A REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE SIWES CO-ORDINATOR IN
PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STUDENT
INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME.
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DEDICATION

I dedicate this report first and foremost to Almighty God who has been there right from the beginning to this very point. Special dedication also to my ever supportive parents, for their relentless support and compassion towards me during the course of my six months SIWES training. To God is the glory.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

With a deep sense of appreciation, respect and gratitude, I want to say a big thank you to my parents, brothers, sisters and other relatives and non relative friends for their caring attitude and support from the beginning of my pursuit for
B.Sc degree in Information Communication Technology to this point.
I also want to express my appreciation to my immediate supervisors, Mr. Ifeanyi Ogochukwu, (ICT Manager,
NAMA) and Mrs. Onusi (Information Technology Services
Manager (ITSM), NAMA), for their intellectual support during our work together.
Not forgetting the other ICT Department Management team of, Mr Femi Opeyori, Mr Ernest Aigbangbe, Mr. Charles Ibe,
Mr Emmanuel Adeniran and my other IT colleagues.
My sincere appreciation also goes to everyone that has been by me all this while. A Big thanks!!!

KOYA TEMITOPE ABAYOMI

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