Igbinedion University holds 21st convocation as 36 bags first class

Igbinedion University holds 21st convocation as 36 bags first class

The Vice-Chancellor of Igbinedion University Okada (IUO), Professor Lawrence Ezemonye, ​​said at the 21st Convocation Ceremony that 36 students out of 691 achieved first-class degrees, adding that the university is a pioneer in providing quality education. He said that he has continued to pave the way.

Speaking at the university’s 21st convocation ceremony, Professor Ezemonye said the university had graduated over 16,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students since its inception.

The vice-chancellor said 842 students, comprising 691 undergraduates and 151 postgraduates, were added to the list of distinguished graduates of the university.

“The breakdown of undergraduate students is 36 in the 1st category, 299 in the upper 2nd category, and 205 in the lower 2nd category. , Surgery, Pharmacy).

“Importantly, four of the graduates in this category had outstanding results in Pharmacy. In the postgraduate category, 51 had a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), 93 had a Master’s degree and seven had a Master’s degree. It has become a postgraduate diploma,” Ezemonye said.

Professor Ezemonye added that not only is the ivory tower gaining recognition in the field of research and innovation, but the university currently has 55 undergraduate programs and 24 postgraduate programs in 34 departments.

He said the university has always lived up to its passion for quality assurance in the provision of quality education, adding that all programs run by the university are fully accredited by NUC and related professional bodies.

“It is noteworthy that in the year under review the university hosted a number of accredited commissions from NUC, MDCN and other professional bodies, which achieved results,” he said.

Source: guardian.ng

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