The Nigerian Army University Biu, Borno State has matriculated no fewer than 450 students during its third matriculation ceremony for the 2021/2022 Academic Session over the weekend.
Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Kyari Mohammed, after administering the oath to the students warned them to steer clear of all bad habits that may hinder their success in the school, adding that the institution has a zero-tolerance for indiscipline.
According to the VC, the University was conceived and established based on the good ethos and values of the Nigerian Army, which are discipline, orderliness and respect for constituted authority as well as the universal values of universities, which is, freedom to hold and profess divergent opinions.
As such, he said, the rod will not be spared on anyone who tests the will of the University adding that the University will not tolerate examination malpractice, cultism, or any type of occultic practices, sexual harassment and violence of any sort.
The Vice-Chancellor disclosed that 589 students were given admission but that 450 students successfully registered and took the matriculation oath.
Only those who have registered and have taken the matriculation oath will be deemed as students of the University says the Institution’s Public Relation’s Officer (PRO), in a press release.
The matriculation was to induct new students into the University, swear them on oath of good behaviour and allegiance and formally admit them into the University as bonafide students with all rights and obligations it entails.
The matriculation oath was administered to the new students by the Registrar of the university, Brig-Gen SS Ibrahim who later congratulated them as bonafide students of the Nigerian Army University Biu, Borno State.
Source: Independent Newspaper
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