The University of Ibadan on Wednesday held a joint registration function for more than 6,000 understudies of the standard and separation learning methods of study.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the college’s Vice-Chancellor,
Prof. Idowu Olayinka, at the event charged the matriculants to desirously monitor and keep up the notoriety of the foundation. As per him, the understudies should consider them to be as a unique benefit to examine in the country’s chief college.
“A sum of 46,836 UTME hopefuls connected to UI for the flow confirmation practice with the most astounding score at 357 by an applicant who connected for Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
“Out of all these, 22,447 hopefuls scored over 200 imprints or more at the UI Post UTME screening, and they were the ones considered for affirmation.
“This speaks to 7.8 percent of the complete number of competitors who at first picked Ibadan as their favored organization. “At the end of the day, just one out of 13 hopefuls, in the long run, got a confirmation space here. ”
An aggregate of 6,156 competitors, containing UTME, Direct Entry and those conceded through Distance Learning mode, were conceded into the college,” he said.
Olayinka noticed that those denied affirmations were the individuals who had lackluster showing, incorrectly subject mix, or submitted dubious outcomes.
He charged the understudies not to enable outer impedance to disturb the academic calendar. “The board has been attracted to an issue that has been slanting via web-based networking media in recent days or something like that. ”
It has been credited to a certain association that calls itself National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Joint Campus Committee, Oyo State, requiring the quick re-establishment of Ojo Aderemi among different requests,” he said.
Olayinka said the college has sufficient inner system for settling its disparities. “I hurry to include that the different security operators have been appropriately educated regarding the shenanigans of NANS, Oyo State,” he said.