NJTR is the official journal of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
In pursuance of The Act establishing the Federal University of Technology Minna, as a special skilled institution to train skilled manpower and job creators; as different from job seekers, it sort to provide a forum through which products of positive results of this mandate can be presented to the public and other research/science focused institutions. Similarly, it sorts to provide materials that will translate major research findings (not only within the University) to industries and competitive users who will require a proactive technological approach to technical problem solving.
Hence, The University administration floated a Journal to actualize these objectives in 1989. It has since then made an attempt to publish several volumes of the journal. Due to major economic indices across the nation, the journal suffered a setback which could not make production constant. With all effort to rebound the national educational system and make positive impact, the University has braced up to the challenges of the nation and followed the dictates of The Nigerian government to ensure that information, which will enhance job creation and productivity is made available and disseminated quickly.
NJTR publishes papers describing advances in the understanding of the interdisciplinary science of technology. This includes reports of experimental investigations, computational studies, and theoretical/statistical studies. It appeals to the broad interdisciplinary community, including physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, agricultural science, environmental science, materials science, etc.
Articles submitted should cover the following area of focus of the Journal:
• Agricultural Sciences
• Engineering Sciences
• Environmental Sciences
• Entrepreneurship and Management Technology
• Information and Communication Technology
• Pure and Applied Sciences.
- Regular articles.
- Short communication.
Colloquia describe the development of new areas of research or the impact of new and promising experimental or theoretical methods in the fields that are within the spectrum of topics covered by the journal. While not as extensive and complete as reviews in the usual sense, they are intended to suitably introduce new research directions and techniques in their early stages of development, and to a wider audience. There is no explicit constraint regarding the length of such manuscripts, although 20 printed pages would be the most usual length. All invited/submitted manuscripts will undergo the same refereeing procedure as all other contributions submitted to the journal.
Nigerian Journal of Technological Research (NJTR) is an arm of the Office of the Vice Chancellor. It is located at the heart of the Bosso Campus of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.
The Editorial Team of the NJTR is made up of the Chief Executive of the University and Staff of the Journal Office who have together worked together to ensure the success of the Journal's editorial and publication processes.
Prof. Musbau A. Akanji
The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Minna
Prof. Omotunde O.A. Fasanya
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Prof. Bamidele O. Awojoyogbe
Deputy Editor-in-Chief, NJTR
Mrs. Lucy Y. Peter
Administrative Assistant, NJTR
Mrs. Suleiman Ladidi H.
Mr. Sani Yahaya M.