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WELCOME TO COREN
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WELCOME TO COREN

The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, COREN, was established by decree 55 of 1970 and amended by Decree 27 of 1992, now the “Engineers (Registration, etc) Act, CAP E11 of 2004” Law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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MEET THE PRESIDENT

Engr. Kashim Abdul Ali was born on 10th June, 1958 in Ofugo – Ankpa, Kogi State. He is a Registered Engineer, Fellow and Past President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, and Member of the National Institute.

BECOME A REGISTERED ENGINEER
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BECOME A REGISTERED ENGINEER

Council has been able to regulate, as contained in its publication CP3, that a person desiring to become a registered Engineering Personnel must, after obtaining the approved/accredited required academic qualification.

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  • COREN STATEMENT ON QUALITY OF CEMENT USE
    11 October 2015 by COREN ADMIN, in LATEST NEWS
    COREN STATEMENT ON QUALITY OF CEMENT USE
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  • Memorandum of understanding b/w COREN and ICPC.
    11 October 2015 by COREN ADMIN, in LATEST NEWS
    Memorandum of understanding b/w COREN and ICPC.
    A Memorandum of understanding between the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria,...
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  • Draft Gazette on Regulation on Licensing of Engineering Firms
    05 October 2015 by COREN ADMIN, in LATEST NEWS
    Draft Gazette on Regulation on Licensing of Engineering Firms
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The President

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Engr. Kashim A. Ali, FNSE, mni, President of COREN

Engr. Kashim Abdul Ali was born on 10th June, 1958 in Ofugo – Ankpa, Kogi State. He is a Registered Engineer, Fellow and Past President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, and Member of the National Institute. He was a member of Nigeria Vision 20:2020 Steering and Implementation Committees, and Chair of the sub-Committee on Physical Infrastructure. He was also co-Chair of the Infrastructure Policy Commission of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, and member Policy Support Group to the Economic Management Team (2008 – 2010). His working career started in the old Benue State Ministry of Works in 1982, before he joined the Federal Capital Development Authority in 1992, rising to the position of Director/Chief Executive Officer of the FCT Water Board, Special Adviser (Utilities), Director (Technical Services) of the Abuja Infrastructure Investment Centre, and lately, Director, Transportation, FCTA. He holds the traditional titles of Olimene Ata Igala, and Galadiman Ankpa. He is married with four children, and loves reading, writing, travelling and social works.

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