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The Office of the Deans of Students’ Affairs is responsible for the general welfare and disciplines of all students and gives meaning to the role of the Senior Members as acting in loco parentis for students. The office works in close collaborations with the Registry, Hall authorities, and the Students Representative Council [SRC] to ensure the welfare of the students. It also links up with the Students Representatives Council [SRC] to ensure the welfare of students. It also links up with external bodies that have to deal with students’ welfare issues in general or with the SRC in particular. The office in conjunction with the Hall Master is in charge of the management of the non-residential student facilities, and also link up with the management of the students. Non-Resident Students are therefore strongly advised to contact the office before entering into any contractual agreements with landlords or hostel operators.
The office has oversight responsibility over the Guidance and Counseling Department, the School Clinic, the Sports, Recreation and Leisure Unit and, the Students Representative Council.
Mr. Stephen Kofi Kudadze was appointed a lecturer at the Mechanical Engineering Department in December, 1999. In January, 2003, he was made head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, having served as the School of Engineering’s Industrial Liaison Officer prior to this. This followed his election as the Dean of School of Engineering in February, 2003. Subsequently, he was appointed the Dean of Students Affairs in September, 2010.
Mr. Kudadze graduated as an engineer from the Kharkov Automobiles and Highway Construction Institute (Ukraine) with a Masters Degree in Automobile Engineering and Transport Management. He has attended a number of international conferences on automobile engineering. In 2005for instance, he attended a conference organised by the international Intitute fur Berufsbildung (IFB) in Manheim, Germany. He takes very keen interest in the latest developments in the automobile industry.
He served as the Service Coordinator of the Nissan Sales and Services Way (NSSW) at Japan Motors from 2005 to 2007.
Mr. Kudadze is currently a senior lecturer and his research interests are in the development of alternative sources of fuels for motor vehicle using local raw materials (bio-diesel).