NUC Has Finally Restore Joseph Ayo Babalola University License Including Part Time Students

This is great News, as finally, the National University Commission Has finally Today, being the 30th of July 2012, restored the Joseph Ayo Babalola University Teaching Licence, including the teaching licence for her part time students, which was banned some few weeks ago.

This Latest report reaching our Educational News Portal is that the National Universities Commission (NUC) has finally, approved and lift the suspended license of the Joseph AyoBabalola University (JABU) Ikeji Arakeji, located in Osun State.

Following the Commission directives, the Educational Institution authorities of the university has converted about 3,600 students affected by the directive of the National Universities Commission studying in part time programmes to full time programme with immediate effect.

The Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Sola Fajana, didn’t hold back, as he shared this Information with News Men that the licence suspension came to them as a huge shock.
According to the Vice Chancellor, an agreement had earlier been reached with the National Universities Commission that every students in the part time programmes should be allowed to graduate before they are scrapped.

Personally and as a member of the NigeriaOpenUniversity Team, this is truly a good news to both the Regular Students and the part time students studying In Joseph Ayo Babola University.

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Glory Joseph

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