Thursday, March 24, 2016

Six [6] Final Year Students Of Yaba College Of Technology (YABATECH) Rusticated Over Fake Results

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The Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) has expelled six final year students of the institution for presenting suspected forged results.
According to a circular signed by the Deputy Registrar of the college, Mrs Taiwo Obadimu, the affected students were in the departments of Food Technology, Mathematics and Integrated Science, Physics Education, Estate Management and Valuation, Industrial Technical Education and Industrial Maintenance Engineering.
The circular revealed that the students presented the fake National Diploma (ND) and National Certificate of Education (NCE) results for admission.
"Their expulsion was approved, having found the students guilty for presenting fake/ altered ND/NCE results, as their conduct violated the college’s rules and regulations.
"The students are advised to hand over all college property, including student identity cards in their possession, to the heads of their department, the Polytechnic Librarian and the Dean of Students’ Affairs, with immediate effect," the circular stated.

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