Sunday, April 17, 2016

Achievers University Graduates 547 Students During 4th Convocation Ceremony

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A total of 547 students from 12 academic programmes graduated during Achievers University 4th Convocation ceremony held recently, with thirty eight of them bagging first class degrees.
Speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor, Prof Tunji Ibiyemi, said a total of 294 students made second class (upper division) while 197 got second class (lower division). A further 18 others graduated with third class degrees.
In a further breakdown of the results, Ibiyemi said the College of Natural and Applied Sciences with 147 graduating students had 14 in first class, 80 in second class (upper), 45 in second class (lower) and eight in third class.
In the College of Social and Management Sciences with 400 graduating students, Ibiyemi said 24 students had first class, 214 in second class (lower)and 10 in third class.
The VC also urged the Federal Government to extend the Tertiary Institution Trust Fund (TetFund) to private universities, adding that all taxable Nigerians are paying taxes and should, therefore, benefit from such gesture without discrimination.

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