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Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers

The Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers (NSChE) is an organization for chemical engineers in Nigeria. NSChE was officially inaugurated on 12 March 1969 at a meeting at BP House in Lagos attended by twenty four Chemical Engineers, all trained abroad.[1] In 1999 it became a Division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.[2] The Society publishes the Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineering Journal.[2]

Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers
AbbreviationNSChE
Formation1969
Legal statusDivision of Nigerian Society of Engineers
Purposecenter of excellence for the Chemical Engineering profession in Africa
Location
  • Lagos
Region served
Nigeria
Membership
2500
President
Prof. Sam S. Adefila
Main organ
NSChE Journal
Parent organization
Nigerian Society of Engineers
Websitensche.org.ng

ChaptersEdit

The following Chapters have been granted Charter status by the Council.

  • Anambra/Enugu/Ebonyi States
  • Oyo/Osun States
  • Kaduna/Kastina States
  • Lagos/Ogun States
  • Rivers/Bayelsa States
  • Cross River/Akwa Ibom
  • Imo/Abia States
  • Edo/Delta States
  • Kwara/Kogi States
  • Adamawa/Bauchi/Benue/Yobe/Gombe/Taraba States (ABBYGOT)
  • Benue Industrial
  • FCT/Niger Chapter
  • United States of America (USA) Chapter

Student chaptersEdit

The following student chapters have also been granted Charter Status by the Council:

Umudike Abia state

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NSChE Corporate Profile". www.nsche.org/nscheusa/aboutNSChE.html. Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  2. ^ a b Dada, Emmanuel; Erinne, John; Taiwo, Oluafemi (June 2013). "Chemical Engineering in Nigeria: Development, Challenges and Prospects". Chemical Engineering Progress. 109 (6): 52–56.