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The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. James Ayatse, who was spoke at the ceremony, said that eleven of the graduating students bagged First Class degrees.
In a further breakdown of the results, the VC said that 49 other students graduated in the Second Class Upper Division, 46 in Second Class Lower Division while the remaining four were in Third Class Division.
Ayatse announced automatic employment for the First Class graduands and explained that the institution had already mobilised its first set of students for the 2015 Batch ‘B’ National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
He added that the institution provided scholarship to a total of 696 students who distinguished themselves in their various fields.