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The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors, Ogun State Chapter

The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors is a member association of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG). It is the umbrella professional organization for all surveyors in Nigeria whether in private practice, government or academia.

The Institution has set goals, which include representing a general view of the Surveying profession in Nigeria as well as seeking the professional well being of its members. It has a membership of about 2,000 comprising of Students, Associates members, Full members, and Fellows. It is one of the oldest organized Professional Bodies in Nigeria. It was established in 1934.

The Institution has its set goals and objectives which include representing generally the view of the Surveying profession in Nigeria; seeking the professional well-being of its members; maintaining the integrity of the profession and enhancing its status;

Providing and supporting the medium for the training of Surveyors and improvement of Survey techniques; maintaining the highest standard of professional practice and conduct among its members;interacting with and advising Government on legislative matters as they affect the profession and generally its members and also between its members and surveyors of other countries.

The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors, Ogun State Branch

The current name – “The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors” was adopted at the Enugu conference in 1966 with the late Surv. C. T. Olumide elected as its first President. The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors is the umbrella professional organization for all Surveyors in Nigeria, whether in private practice, government or academia. The Institution has its set goals and objectives clearly defined to its members. Activities include branch meetings, conferences, and events.

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