FUOYE Directs Students to Resume for Exams After 4 Days Closure

The Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE) has directed students to resume school about 4 days after closure, as first semester examinations have been scheduled to commence today.

The management of the institution had closed down the indefinitely indefinitely following a protest last Monday by the students who insisted that they be allowed to write their semester examinations, despite the fact that majority of them had not paid their fees.

The acting Registrar of the institution, Mrs Oyeyimika Fasakin, however, announced on Friday in a statement that an agreement had been reached with representatives of the students on the 2017/2018 first semester examinations.

Fasakin, according to the statement, said the agreement was reached at meeting held on Wednesday.

FUOYE Students during the no-school-fee–no-examination protest that led to the closure of the university

 

See the details of the agreement below:

The University Management Today held a meeting with the the *Students union executives together with the “consigned stakeholders” that included the part immediate SRC members* on the situation on Campus.

HENCE, the following agreements were drawn:

1.That the Students are to resume on campus by Sunday 20th May 2018

2.Examination will commence Tuesday 22nd May,2018

3.Only returning Students who have paid 70% and above will be allowed to write their examinations.

4.The balance of the fees(30%) should be paid before the closure of 2nd semester registration.

5.Only fresh students who have made full payments will be allowed to write the Examinations.

6.All returning students who have paid 70% of their fees and missed their Examination are to full make up Examination form at the Academic affairs office.

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7.Make up Exam will be conducted for those who missed it immediately after the 1st semester Examination.

8.Students who missed Examinations due to not laminating their course forms are equally to pick the make-up Examination form also at the Academic affairs unit.

NOTE-This is subjected to change/ adjustment as it requires in subsequent sessions.

Agreement signed by:

1.PROF KAYODE SOREMEKUN
Vice-Chancellor

2.MRS. O. KOYEJO- FASAKIN
Ag.Registrar.

And

1.COMRADE FASAKIN TAIWO A.
SUG PRESIDENT(FUOYE).

2.FAGBEMI ODUNAYO ELIJAH
SUG SECRETARY (FUOYE)

3.COMRADE AKERELE FOLAJIMI
STUDENT’S REPRESENTATIVE.

Source:

myschoolgist

 

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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