DEPARTMENT: Office of the Director-General

The Director-General

The Director-General is directly appointed by the President of the Senate in consultation with the Speaker of the House of Representatives. In accordance with the NILDS’ Act, the incumbent of this office holds office for a period of 4 years in the first instance and may be re-appointed for a further period of 4 years and no more, on such terms and conditions as prescribed in the Act. The Director-General is the Chief Executive and Academic Officer of the Institute and is charged with the general responsibility for matters relating to the day-to-day management and operations of the Institute. The Director-General is responsible to the Council. The Director General is also the Chairman of the Institute’s Management Committee.


Scope of Work of the Office of the DG

Divisions/Units in the Office of the Director-General: