Former Vice Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Vincent Tenebe, has blamed issue of missing results in the institution on the students and the school itself. The ex-VC noted that majority of the mistakes came from the students who failed to provide their identification as required by the examination guidelines, due to anxiety among others. Prof. Tenebe, who speaking at press conference on a movie; ‘I Believe’, produced to x-ray the flexibility nature of Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in acquiring education in Nigeria, in Abuja, said, over the years, the institution had improve on its operation to make education easy in line with the global best practices. He revealed that the school authorities had set up a Committee to unravel the issues behind the missing results to provide a pragmatic solution to the problem. His words; “The few that find it difficult to see their results, a Committee has been set up to investigate why the results were missing and proffer solution to make sure that the students receive their results. “But investigations reveal that mistake comes from both the students and the University itself; some students did not write their examination number correctly, some of them is when they are anxious or in hurry to answer examination question, they don’t even fill the aspect that required for their identification, some don’t have exam number, some instead of exam number, they write telephone number. “Such results would be hanging or missing, but I assure you by the time the Senate Committee on missing results completes their assignment, we are going to minimize the case of missing results. But I tell you, there is nowhere in the world that examination would be written and there would not be issues.
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