180 graduands earn top notch at Unilorin – VC

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The Vice-Chancellor of the College of Ilorin (Unilorin), Sulyman Abdulkareem, says 180 graduating students of the university score bagged First Class honours in a spread of disciplines.

Mr Abdulkareem made the disclosure while speaking with journalists initially of the 36th Convocation Ceremonies of the institution on Monday in Ilorin.

He said that 2,836 bagged 2d Class Upper Division, while about 4,879 had 2d Class Decrease Division.

In accordance with him, 1,110 had Third Class and 14 made a Pass class, while 140 graduands made Bachelor of Remedy (MB) and Bachelor of Science (BS).

“We score 46 graduands in Nursing, 5 graduands with Distinction and 16 with Pass in the Optometry, among others,” he said.

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Sulyman Abdulkareem,

The vice-chancellor said 10,922 students would be convoking from the university, out of which 9,338 are first degree/diploma graduands while the relaxation 1,584 would be graduating with elevated levels/postgraduate diplomas.

He said additional that in the 2019/2020 tutorial session, 2,766 students from affiliated institutions executed their programmes and would be awarded diploma and postgraduate diplomas.

Along with, the vice-chancellor said Unilorin is the one institution in Nigeria that did no longer assassinate out a session of teachers, despite the lockdown occasioned by COVID-19.

He added that the university used to be reaching tutorial excellence as it won the 2019/2020 JAMB’s pioneer awards for the “Most Subscribed College” with a cash prize of N75 million.

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In accordance with him, the university altogether obtained N150 million real through the 2019/2020 tutorial session from JAMB.

“Similarly, the Nationwide Universities Rate (NUC) 2020 ranking, placed College of Ilorin as the second most provocative in Nigeria after College of Lagos,” he said.

Mr Abdulkareem assured contributors of workers that the administration would proceed to coach and retrain workers, while consolidating the culture of mentorship, by which the lecturers shall be adequately inspired and precisely guided. (NAN)


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