|Rector||Rev. Engr. Dr Micheal Arimanwa|
The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede is a federal government-owned higher institution located in Nekede, Owerri West local government area in Imo State, South-Eastern Nigeria. It was established on a temporary site at the premise of Government Technical College by the Imo State government in 1978 as College of Technology, Owerri before it was moved to its present location in Nekede. On 7 April 1993, the polytechnic was changed to a federal government institution and was renamed "The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede". The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede offers National Diploma and Higher National Diploma courses at undergraduate levels.
Federal Polytechnic, Nekede has 5 schools(faculties) of study; School of Engineering Technology(SET), School of Industrial and Applied Science(SIAS), School of Business Management Technology(SBMT), School of Humanities and Social Science(SHSS) and School of Environmental Development Technology(SEDT).
On 3 October 2018 Federal Polytechnic Nekede inaugurated Rev. Engr. Dr. Micheal Arimanwa as the 8th Rector of the Polytechnic and first Alumnus Rector of the institution.
Rev. Engr. Dr. Micheal Arimanwa is a Priest who is of the Civil Engineering Department, He's the former HOD Civil engineering department, Former Dean School of Engineering.
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