Federal Poly Nekede Academic Calendar for 2020/2021 Session has been Released. This is for first and second semester.
This is to inform the general public that the management of Federal Polytechnic Nekede has released the revised approved academic calendar for the continuation of 2020/2021 Session.
Federal Poly Nekede Academic Calendar 2021/2022
At the 579th Meeting (Emergency) of the Academic Board held on Monday, 12th July 2021, the Board deliberated on the Tentative Academic Calendar for 2020/2021 Academic Session, and gave its approval as stated below:
- SATURDAY, 24 JULY, 2021 – STUDENTS ARRIVAL
- MONDAY, 26 JULY, 2021 – LECTURES BEGIN
- WEDNESDAY, 11 AUGUST, 2021 – ORIENTATION
- SATURDAY, 14 AUGUST, 2021 – MATRICULATION
- SUNDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER, 2021 – LECTURES END
- MONDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER, 2021 – EXAMS BEGIN
- SUNDAY, 10 OCTOBER, 2021 – EXAMS END
- MONDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 2021 – LECTURE BEGINS
- WEDNESDAY, 10 NOVEMBER, 2021 – STUDENT WEEK BEGINS
- SUNDAY, 14 NOVEMBER 2021 – STUDENTS WEEKENDS
- SUNDAY, 28 NOVEMBER, 2021 – LECTURES END
- MONDAY, 29 NOVEMBER, 2021 – EXAMS BEGIN
- WEDNESDAY, 22 DECEMBER, 2021 – EXAMS END
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