VC ASSURES NEW STUDENTS OF VALUE-BASED EDUCATION

By Haruna Job

The Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Prof. Abdullahi Bala, FSSSN, has congratulated newly admitted undergraduate students of the University, giving them an assurance of a distinguished experience in knowledge, skills and valued-based education.

The Vice-Chancellor stated this on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at the flagged off of the 3 day orientation exercise organized by the Students Affairs Division (SAD),for the newly admitted students, 2021/2022 academic session at the Suleiman Kumo Convocation Square, Main Campus, Gidan Kwano.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration), Prof. Emmanuel Emeka Udensi who represented the Vice-Chancellor enlightened the students on the vision and mission of the University, to promote skills and competency, promised positive growth and development.

The don further stated that regardless of their backgrounds, the students have entered a diverse community that nurtures the vision for their future growth.

Earlier, the Dean of Students, Prof. Abdulmajeed T. Ijaya congratulated the newly admitted students and urged them to be good ambassadors of the institution and as well abide by the laws of the University.

The Dean further stated that the orientation programme enables students to learn the culture, expectations, and resources that FUT, Minna has to offer, to give them focus beyond the academic department or programme they are joining.

The Deputy Dean, Students Affairs, Dr. Manasseh Auta expressed appreciation to the Management, Deans, Directors and staff of the institution present at the event.

The event featured talks by the Deans, Directors and other Heads of Servicing Unit in the University on academic programs, security, rules and regulations guiding their studentship as well as their participation in extracurricular activities.

The Registrar, Mr. Amos Nmadu Kolo and the University Bursar, Mrs. Hadiza Goje fcna, fcti witnessed the event.

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