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Kaduna State University (KASU), Kaduna, Nigeria is a recognized teaching and research institution.
At KASU we are focused on student success. KASU have a culture that sincerely wants every student to succeed. In this respect, KASU has been ranked as the second most sought after university of choice by candidates applying to state owned universities in Nigeria.
Our faculty are focused on teaching excellence.KASU provides facilities and learning support services across campus locations. The university is investing and will continue to invest heavily on information and communication technologies, and other learning facilities.
KASU is well known for its emphasis to research. KASU’s research efforts is attracting regional and international collaborations. For instance, faculty members in Pharmaceutical sciences are partnering with scholars in Germany on………Similarly, KASU scholars in College of Health Sciences have undertaken collaborative research with scholars in Italy on…. . In the coming years KASU will reinforce research by fostering on health and wellbeing, sustainable development, wealth creation, poverty reduction, and global peace. We are investing heavily to create a stronger partnerships with regional, and internationalinstitutions.
Over the last decade, the collective efforts of KASU faculty and staff to provide a top-notch university experience for student is paying off. In less than two decades after opening its doors for the first time, KASU have earned full accreditation in all courses during the recent May 2017 National University Commission accreditation exercises. This demonstrate our extraordinary commitment to scholarship and student successes.
Our university is pleased to receive donation. Ourdonation program invites individuals, organizations, and businesses topartner with KASU in advancing research, teaching, and learning. In addition KASU welcome organizations and individuals to fund professorial chairs. For details about KASU priority initiatives visit …….
KASUis one of Nigeria’s great success stories. To learn more about KASU, and the many educational and learning opportunities that we offer, I urge you to explore our website.
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Professor Muhammad Tanko Ph.D.Was born on 23rd May, 1969 in Kawo, Kaduna North Local Government, Kaduna State. He attended Kawo Primary School and obtained his first School Leaving Certificate in 1981 and Kagoro Teachers College, Kagoro with Grade – two teachers certificate. He graduated from Bayero University, Kano with B.Sc Degree in Accounting in 1991, M.Sc Accounting and Finance in 1977 from Ahmadu Bello University and Ph.D in Accounting and Finance in 2005 from Ahmadu Bello University.Professor Muhammad Tanko has teaching experience at undergraduate and graduate levels with significant quality supervision and valuable inter disciplinary collaboration. He has strong track record of research as evidenced by the quality of his papers in peer-reviewed journals. Aside from his core area of Finance, Audit and Taxation, he has also researched on the deployment of tools to enhance education by distance learning.Professor Muhammad Tanko is a foundation member of Kaduna State University; He has demonstrated academic leadership and provided community service both within and outside the university. He has served as Head of Department, Dean of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Acting Vice Chancellor of the University and Chairman, Kaduna State Board of Internal Revenue (KDBIR). He has graduated over twenty Ph.D Students; He is a fellow of the Institute and Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and is a member of several Professional Associations.
Article: An examination of the financial performance of Shari’a complaint equity companies in Nigeria: Nigeria stock exchange lotus Islamic index in focus.
Conference Paper: INTEGRATED REPORTING AS A KEY FOR ORGANISATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY
Article: Firm Structural Characteristics and Financial Reporting Quality of Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria
Conference Paper: The Effect of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Adoption on the Performance of Firms in Nigeria
Article: Autonomy of State Boards of Internal Revenue and Its Implication on Revenue Generation in Nigeria
Article: The Impact of Entrepreneurial Skills Development Programmes on the Performance of Women Entrepreneurs in Kaduna State, Nigeria
Article: The Determinants of Financing Pattern of Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Nigeria
ICAN's Commissioned Research Winner