Edu, Research, Publication & Special Missions

EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION COMMISSION

Function and powers.

The Commission for Tondism Faith on Education, Research and Publication is one of the major commissions responsible for: universities, faculties, institutes and higher schools of study, educational institutes depending on faith authorities.

It shall always be in charge of regulating the faith academ­ic institutions which prepares those students and candi­dates intending to become priests for anointment and con­secration. The Commission for Tondism Faith on Education Research and Publication retains responsibility for mat­ters pertaining to the structure of institutions at differ­ent levels, in consultation with the High council of Priests.

The Commission approves the faith learning institutions, rati­fies their statutes, exercises the highest supervision over them, and ensures that the integrity of the faith is preserved in teaching doctrine. The commission also nominates or confirms highest personal academic authorities of the faith Academic institutions, that is to say; – Principals, academic registrars, Head teachers and school management committees among other authorities.

The commission shall ensure that the faith Education system follows National and international academic guidelines, such as those recommended by the national Ministries in order to le­gitimately and validly grant certificates, diplomas and Degrees.

The Tondism faith Board and Commission on Education, Research and Publication shall undertake the sev­eral other functions through;

i) Ensuring observance to the traditional education of children based on native norms and rich human values, norms and identity

ii) Design curriculum to be observed for the training and formation of priests and leaders

iii) Make African theological research and conceptualize it into faith scriptures, hymns, prayers and promotion of African and Tondism liturgical standards

iv) Make reviews and scrutinize the publication of the faith literature, Illustrative Arts and messages

v) Make studies, compile and publish the ancient theological native history and be used to determine the standards of the promotion of our faith.

vi) Study and analyze the practices of other faith and religions, the history of their formation and establishment, intentions, ill motives, unrevealed secrets

vii) Work with other stakeholders and Government to share proposals on the relevant academic curriculum that suits African styles, livelihood and norms.

viii) Provide case studies and educative guidance to the High council of priests and other departments for informed decisions in the sector

ix) Present periodic strategic plans to the High Council of priests for the proper direction, guidance and manage­ment of the sector

x) Encourage and ensure the school going children of the faithful attain the relevant academics required to meet the demands, challenges and labor market requirements.

xi) To plan and design strategic measures of establishing the faith schools and training centers for the holistic and integral development of the faithful and the institution human resource

NOTE. The terms of reference are referred from the faith Doctrine Code of conduct page 31, 32 & 33. Be informed that you can refer yourself on that institution booklet.