AbstractIn July 1973 the teaching staff of the University of Nigeria, Faculty of Engineering, meeting to discuss matters of common concern, resolved unanimously to constitute itself into the nucleus of an association to be called the Nsukka Technological Group (NTG) and having as its primary function the publication of a learned journal. This was in no way a hasty decision. The idea had been tossed around for nearly two years and there was a complete awareness of the onerous demands and hazards of such a venture. But at that historic meeting it ·became transparently clear that there was no logical alternative and that the time to start had finally arrived. An Editorial Board was elected and charged with the responsibility of brirfging out the first issue of the Nigerian Journal of Technology by Easter 1974. As it has turned out the time-table was rather optimistic.
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