Nigerian Institution of Surveyors
The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors is perhaps one of the oldest organized Professional bodies in Nigeria. It started in 1934 as the "Licensed Surveyors Association" under the leadership of the late Nationalists, Herbert Heelas Macaulay. In 1960, the name was changed to the "Land Surveyors Association of Nigeria" with the late Surv. C.T. Olumide as Chairman. The current name - " The Nigerian Institution of Surveyors" was adopted at the Enugu Conference in 1960 with the late Surv. C.T. Olumide elected President.
The NIS has branches in all states in Nigeria it is a founding member of the Association of professional Bodies of Nigeria and is affiliated to the International Federation of Surveyors and the Commonwealth Association on Surveying and land Economy ...Read more
CASLE CONFERENCE 2018
The 2018 Conference of the Commonwealth of Surveying and Land Economy (CASLE) will be holding in Lusaka, Zambia from 29th November - 1st December, 2018. The Theme “Developing a Sustainable Professionalism in Surveying & Relevant Education in the Commonwealth” Read More...
AGM 2018 TECNHNICAL PAPER
The Paper Presented at the AGM 2018 is ready for download. Click here to Download
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Olumide Memorial Lecture 2018
Olumide Memorial Lecture holds on the
25th October 2018 at NICON Luxury Abuja
2018 Annual Olumide Memorial Lecture
Call For Congratulatory Messages/Payment Of Statutory Contribution Of Olumide Lecture Levy