Provost tasks students on hardwork

By Egbe Attah

The Provost, College of Education (CoE) Oju, Benue State, Dr Sunday Edo, has charged students of the institution to take their studies seriously, in order to earn certificates at the end of the three year duration of the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE), programme to which they have been admitted. 

A statement made available to The Voice from the school on Thursday says, Dr Edo, who gave the charge on Wednesday at the 29th matriculation of the college, counselled the students to strive at all times to strike a balance between their academic and extra-curriculum activities for a well-rounded education so as to be able to meaningfully contribute to national development.

The provost further admonished the students to steer clear of all forms of anti-social behaviour and misconduct such as examination malpractice, cultism, hooliganism, drug abuse, indecent dressing among others.

The college boss warned that any student who indulges in the aforementioned misconduct would be strictly sanctioned based on extant rules and regulations as contained in the college handbook which he advised them to read to be abreast with its contents.

Dr Edo equally asked the matriculants to make the most of the opportunity provided by the aggregation of the cream of seasoned academics, state of the art facilities and a serene environment for study to chart a great future for themselves.

The release by the Director of Public Relations of the institution, Emah Lawrence adds the high point of the ceremony was the administration of oath on the students by the  College Registrar, Dr Martin’s Igbudu.

In a vote of thanks, the registrar commended the Student Affairs Division of the school, led the Dean Sunday Lawani for a successful ceremony.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top