Nasarawa varsity matriculates 6, 210 students



The Nasarawa State University, Keffi Friday matriculated 6,210 newly admitted with a call them to avoid unethical conduct.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala-Mohammad, told the during the matriculation ceremony Keffi university had zero tolerance for such conduct.
” The 2019/2020 Session which ordinarily have commenced by November, 2019 started briefly and had a break due to the lock down.
“We are here today, having gotten approval from the University Senate to resume 19th January, 2021 tandem with the Government directives the reopening of schools.
” Let me inform you that this university frowns at unethical conducts by and staff totality; you are to shun all cult-related activities, unholy assembly, drug abuse, examination malpractice and other vices.
” The university not tolerate indecent and uncultured dressing, as students who do not comply not be allowed into all venues in the University.
” As the University has zero tolerance for cultism, examination misconduct, unregistered assembly, so I advise you to abide by the school rules and regulations in your interest and for the overall of the state,” he said.
Bala-Mohammed congratulated the new students on their successful matriculation and urged them to take their studies with seriousness in order to excel.
He said management of the university was working assiduously to establish two new faculties, Faculty of Engineering and College of Medical and Health Sciences, in the next session.
The vice chancellor said he continue to initiate good policies and programmes that have direct bearing on the of the staff and students in order to make the university world class.
Also speaking, the Registrar of the institution, Alhaji Bala Ahmed 11, while administering matriculation oaths on the new students, urged them to be of good character.
He charged them to abide by the oaths taken in their interest and for the overall of the institution and the state at large.
The registrar also urged the students to shun unregistered assembly, as anyone caught  be dealt with according to the school rules and regulations.
Mr Ablaku Danladi, one of the matriculated students who spoke, promised to abide by the school rules and regulations. ( NAN)