THE COMMITTEES

THE COMMITTEES

 The Council delegates its functions to Committees. Each member of the Council is a member of one or more of these Committees. There are two types of Committees. Statutory Committees, the Surveyors Investigating Panel, (SIP) and the Disciplinary Committee. The membership and functions of these two Committees are provided for in the Enabling Act. The other Committees, called Committees of the Council, are creation of the Council. They functions in accordance with rules and regulations as passed from time to time by the Council. There are 7 of such Committees:

Education, Examination, Finance and General Purpose, Human Capital Development, Registration, and Surveys Rules and Regulations Committees.

Committees’ decisions require Council approval. The Registrar provides the secretariat for the Council and for all the Committees in addition to his/herstatutory

functions and responsibilities as established by the Act and the Public Service Rules.

THE VARIOUS COMMITTEES IN COUNCIL AND THEIR FUNCTIONS:

Membership:
i. The Chairman shall be appointed by Council
ii. Any other eight (8) members of Council.
iii. The Registrar shall serve as the Secretary.

Members:
1. Surv. Awuya, Y. – Chairman
2. Surv. Bello, B.S. – Member
3. Surv. Ajoku, I.K. – Member
4. Surv. Akintola, A.R. – Member
5. Surv. Etuonovbe, A. – Member
6. Surv. Oinu, P.A. – Member
7. Surv. Bello, A.A. – Member
8. Surv. Gadi, S.U. – Member
9. Surv. Ogabu J.N.O. – Member
10. Surv. Udochi E. – Member

Powers:
a. To recommend to Council the appointment, promotion and discipline of staff of SURCON.
b. To consider appeals or petitions from staff members regarding their employment and
present same to Council for Consideration.
c. In the case of the appointment of a Registrar, the committee shall operate in accordance
with guidelines for the appointment of Registrar.
d. To consider the recommendations from Junior staff appointment and promotion subcommittee.
e. To consider Human Capital Development of Council staff and Council members including
retreats, workshops, training and other issues incidental to staff welfare and
development.

Membership:
i. A member of Council appointed by the Council as Chairman.
ii. Eight (8) other members of Council.
iii. The Registrar shall serve as the Secretary

Members:
1. Surv. Abubakar, A.H. – Chairman
2. Surv. Abdullahi, H. – Member
3. Surv. Ivonye, O.A. – Member
4. Surv. Elenwo, N.D.C. – Member
5. Surv. Sangowawa, O.A. – Member
6. Surv. Orire, M.A. – Member
7. Surv. Amsami, B. – Member
8. Surv. Anele, C.A.P. – Member
9. Surv. Phillip, I.O. – Member
10. Surv. Osazuwa, J. – Member

Powers:
a. To consider all applications for Registration and to ensure conformity with section 9 of
the Enabling Act.
b. To organize induction for newly registered Surveyors.
c. To ensure that applicants for Registration have thoroughly undergone the process of
Registration particularly through effective supervision of his pupilage.
d. Any other assignment as may be directed by Council.

Membership:
i. A member of Council appointed by the Council shall be the Chairman.
ii. Any six (6) other members of Council
iii. The Registrar shall be the Secretary

Members:
1. Surv. Anele C.A.P. – Chairman
2. Surv. Iyawe C.U. – Member
3. Surv. Elenwo N.D.C. – Member
4. Surv. Akintola A.R. Member
5. Surv. Musa I.I. – Member
6. Surv. Yerima A.M.
7. Surv. Olulade O.

Powers:
a. To periodically review, design and develop strategies aimed at sustainable Council
operations and submit same to Council for approval.
b. To continually monitor and identify the strengths and weaknesses of Council.
c. To continually design programmes aimed at identifying the challenges and prospects
facing Council through feelers and report same to Council.
d. In cases of challenges the committee is to design early warning and response systems to
enable Council mitigate the crisis/conflict. in case of opportunities, the committee is to
recommend to Council to harness it for better productivity.
e. Review the vision and mission statement of Council evaluating them periodically to
reorient Council to achieve its goals.
f. Periodically evaluate the short and long-term goals of the Council, review the strategies
and asset the capability of Council for attaining to the goals and recommend to Council
the strategies to be taken for the attainment.
g. To examine the environmental factors likely to affect Council activities particularly the practice environment and recommend to Council necessary adjustment, mitigative
strategies for sustain ability of Councils’ vision.
h. Examining Councils’ prevailing strategy in its bid to achieve its short-term goals and
project these for developing strategies for achieving the long-term goals.
i. Any other strategic assignments to be given by the Council.

Membership:
I. The Registrar Chairman
II. The Director Administrative Member/Secretary
III. The Director Technical Member
IV. The Director Finance Member

Powers:
a. To recommend to the Human Capital Development Committee of Council the
appointment and promotion of junior staff of SURCON i.e. Grade level 01-06 or any other
junior staff matters as may be required to be passed to the committee.
b. To consider appeal or petition from junior staff members about their employment and
present same to the committee for consideration.
c. To consider the training of needs of the junior staff, their development and present same
to the Human Capital Development Committee.

Membership:
i. Chairman shall be appointed by Council.
ii. Surveyor-General of the Federation.
iii. Six (6) other members appointed from Council who have a specialization in any of the six
branches/fields of study of Surveying and geoinformatics.

Members:
1. Surv. Onosesan, K. – Chairman
2. Surv. Dayyabu, D.R. – Member
3. Surv. Yerima, A.M. – Member
4. Surv. Auna I.A. – Member
5. Surv. Alaba, A.S. – Member
6. Surv. Eletu, B.M. – Member
7. Surv. Funtua, I.A. – Member
8. Surv. Ajoku, I.K. – Member
9. Surv. Gede, M.D. – Member
10. Surv. Bashir, M. – Member

Powers:
a. To initiate laws and regulations for the control and practice of the profession in the milieu
of the changing technology and in line with section four (4) of the Act.
b. To review and update from time to time, existing Laws and Regulations.
c. Any such other assignment as may be directed by the Council.

Membership:
i. The disciplinary committee shall consist of the President of the Council and ten (10) other
members of the Council appointed by the Council.
ii. The President of council shall serve as the Chairman while the Registrar serves as the
Secretary of the Committee.

Members:
1. President (Surv. Joseph Agbenla) – Chairman
2. Surveyor General of the Federation (Surv. Awudu E.B.) – Member
3. Surv. Ogah N.N. – Member
4. Surv. Umar D.A. – Member
5. Surv. Charles C.D. – Member
6. Surv. Haido A.H. – Member
7. Cdr. Akinyemi – Member
8. Surv. Bello B.S. – Member
9. Surv. Chigbu N. – Member
10. Surv. Awuya Y. – Member
11. Surv. Tsokar T.D. – Member

Powers:
The disciplinary committee is charged with the sole responsibility of considering and determining
any case referred to it by the panel established by the provisions of the Enabling Act and any
other case of which the disciplinary committee has cognizance under the provisions of the Act.

Membership:
i. A member of Council appointed by the Council shall be the Chairman
ii. At least six (6) other members of Council
iii. The Registrar shall be the Secretary of the Committee

Members:
1. Surv. Eyo O.O. – Chairman
2. Surv. Okubadejo J.O. – Member
3. Surv. Isang E. – Member
4. Surv. Ishiwu G.C. – Member
5. Surv. Umar H.A. – Member
6. Surv. Umar D.A. – Member
7. Surv. Orire M. A. – Member

Powers:
a. The Examination Committee is saddled with the responsibility of conducting
examinations in all its ramification into the various cadres as in the register of Council
which encompasses collection of application forms for the examinations,
appointment of examiners, setting of examination questions, conducting the
examinations, marking and grading, selection of candidates with best performance at
the examinations and ensure strict adherence to Examination Guidelines as stipulated
by Council.
b. Approval of any qualification which, as a result of examination taken in conjunction
with the course of training approved by the Council is granted to candidates reaching
a standard at the examination indicating, in the opinion of the Council, that they have
sufficient knowledge and skill for the practice of the profession.

Membership:
i. President of Council – Chairman
ii. Surveyor-General of the Federation – Member
iii. Chairman Survey Laws and Regulations Committee – Member
iv. Chairman Human Capital Development Committee – Member
v. Chairman Disciplinary Committee – Member
vi. Chairman Surveyors Investigating Panel (SIP) Committee – Member
vii. Chairman Education Committee – Member
viii. Chairman Examination Committee – Member
ix. Chairman Registration Committee – Member
x. Chairman Strategic Committee – Member
xi. The Registrar shall serve as Secretary to the Committee

Members:
1. Surv. Agbenla, J.O. (Council President) – Chairman
2. Surv. Awudu, E.B. (SGOF) – Member
3. Surv. Onosesan, K. – Member
4. Surv. Awuya, Y. – Member
5. Surv. Eyo, O.O. – Member
6. Surv. Osalusi, F.O. – Member
7. Surv. Abubakar, A.H. – Member
8. Surv. Anele, C.A.P. – Member
9. Surv. Ogah N.N. – Member

Powers:
The Committee
a. Shall authorize and ratify payments from all SURCON accounts in line with Federal
Government Guidelines.
b. Shall authorize the collection and receipt of all debts and money due to SURCON.
c. Shall direct the deposit of all donations, subscriptions and other monies paid to SURCON.
d. Shall cause proper account to be kept and audited.
e. Shall examine the draft estimate of revenue and expenditure of SURCON and make
recommendations to the Council.
f. Shall consider and make recommendation to Council on proposals for Capital
expenditure.
g. Shall make recommendations to Council on any fees, dues or monies payable to SURCON

Membership:
i. President of Council – Chairman
ii. Surveyor-General of the Federation – Member
iii. Chairman Survey Laws and Regulations Committee – Member
iv. Chairman Human Capital Development Committee – Member
v. Chairman Disciplinary Committee – Member
vi. Chairman Surveyors Investigating Panel (SIP) Committee – Member
vii. Chairman Education Committee – Member
viii. Chairman Examination Committee – Member
ix. Chairman Registration Committee – Member
x. Chairman Strategic Committee – Member
xi. The Registrar shall serve as Secretary to the Committee

Members:
1. Surv. Agbenla, J.O. (Council President) – Chairman
2. Surv. Awudu, E.B. (SGOF) – Member
3. Surv. Onosesan, K. – Member
4. Surv. Awuya, Y. – Member
5. Surv. Eyo, O.O. – Member
6. Surv. Osalusi, F.O. – Member
7. Surv. Abubakar, A.H. – Member
8. Surv. Anele, C.A.P. – Member
9. Surv. Ogah N.N. – Member

Powers:
The Committee
a. Shall authorize and ratify payments from all SURCON accounts in line with Federal
Government Guidelines.
b. Shall authorize the collection and receipt of all debts and money due to SURCON.
c. Shall direct the deposit of all donations, subscriptions and other monies paid to SURCON.
d. Shall cause proper account to be kept and audited.
e. Shall examine the draft estimate of revenue and expenditure of SURCON and make
recommendations to the Council.
f. Shall consider and make recommendation to Council on proposals for Capital
expenditure.
g. Shall make recommendations to Council on any fees, dues or monies payable to SURCON