University of Ilorin, UNILORIN graduate 5,383 in Her 2011/2012 Academic Session

Using This Medium, we would love to inform the general public that the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, widely known as Unilorin, Professor Is-haq Oloyede, on Monday, has disclosed that the Educational Institution has graduated more than 5,383
[Five Thousand, Three Hundred And Eighty Three.]
persons in various faculties in the 2011/2012 academic session.

The Vice Chancellor also disclosed that the Educational Institution Senate did approved the following:
4,686 First Degrees.
679 Post Graduate Degrees.
18 Diplomas.

Also Note that from the educational institution, the Faculty of Science did recorded 11 first class graduates, while the:
Faculties of Agriculture,
Business,
Social Sciences.

produced seven first class graduates each.

Professor Oloyede, however did promptly denied that he planned to hold a special convocation to enable him to preside over the graduation ceremony before the end of his tenure.
We would love to quote the statement made by the Vice Chancellor:
As a matter of tradition, the university of ilorin does not celebrate individuals but collective achievements.
So Whoever is the new vice-chancellor, no matter how new he is on the seat, would statutorily preside over the convocation ceremonies.

The vice chancellor also urged students of the university community to co-operate with the Vice- Chancellor designate, Prof Abdul Ganiyu Ambali, and other principal officers.

The Vice Chancellor also advised staff and students to always have a positive disposition toward the educational institution.
So that the educational institution would continue to excel among other institutions in the country and beyond.

we congratulates all the Graduating Students of Unilorin.
Wishing You The Best, Because, it’s Not Easy!.

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Glory Joseph

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