The Vice Chancellor Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) have revealed that the school Produced 49 First Class Graduands in the 2018/2019 Session. See details below.
Nnamdi Azikiwe University in the past academic session had a total of 49 First class graduands who are set to convoke on Friday.
These revelations were made by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Charles Esimone, FAS, during a media parley with Journalists on Monday at the University’s Council Chambers.
Prof. Esimone commended the Graduands for their dedication, hardwork, diligence and professionalism in the course of their four to five year stay at the Ivory Tower. Prof. Esimone stated that the University are proud of their effort and academic standing which has further helped to raise the status of the University on the globe.
Prof. Esimone opined that in line with his vision for Project 200, he will continue to put in measures and best practices to ensure that students of the University are given the best hospitality and welfare so as to excel in their academics. Prof. Esimone appreciated the academic staff for their work input in ensuring that the Graduands are sound both in character and learning.
54 students Bags First Class Degree in UNIZIK
A total of 54 students graduated with first class degree certificates in the 2016/2017 academic session of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Joseph Eberendu Ahaneku, made the disclosure, on Monday, in his office during the press conference to herald activities lined up this week to mark the 12th Convocation Ceremony of the University.
Ahaneku also disclosed that a total of 7731 graduands will be taking part in the convocation ceremony with a breakdown showing that 6641 graduands are for first degrees, 190 for Post Graduate Diplomas, 674 for Masters of Science degrees and 227 for Doctorate degrees.
He disclosed that the 12th Convocation of the University is the third in his administration aimed at maintaining the core values and real tradition of university tradition where students are admitted and also graduated annually.
“What this means is that we have started the core values and real tradition of the University system. Before this time, many Universities have backlog of years without convocation but those of us who are managers of Universities converged in Keffi, Nassarawa State, in 2011 and resolved that as we admit students into the university system, we hold orientation and matriculation for them and as the students graduate, we also organize the graduation ceremony known as Convocation.
“That is the joy and beauty of mentorship and the essence of being in the university because there should be a distinction between a student that graduates and those who don’t,” he said.
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