Avoid antisocial behavior or risk expulsion, UniAbuja warns students – Blueprint Newspapers Limited
Newly admitted students of the University of Abuja (UniAbuja) were urged not to engage in anti-social behavior and to respect the laws, statutes and regulations of the institution or to risk expulsion. The vice-chancellor of the university, Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na-Allah, gave the warning during the matriculation ceremony for the 2020/2021 academic session at the university. Na-Allah said that the university community cannot thrive or provide quality education without complete peace, cooperation from stakeholders and understanding from students and staff. He added that mentoring activities had been introduced as part of the school curriculum to help students develop skills and business ideas that would be useful to them after graduation. Out of the thousands of applications received, only 4,311 eligible students were admitted to the academic session, he said. He assured that the university will encourage students to achieve the highest level of excellence in their academic activities. Your parents did not send you to this university to continue depending on them when you return. Each of you must acquire entrepreneurial skills to enable you to become independent after graduating from this university.
âThis is one of the reasons why this university frowns on bad student ethics. We do not tolerate any act of indiscipline, we do not tolerate laziness, we do not tolerate bigotry, we do not tolerate any destructive behavior because this institution is a model university and we encourage our students to reach the highest standards, â, did he declare. The new students were admitted to 10 faculties of agriculture, law, social sciences, engineering, among others.
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