The Vice Chancellor of Kaduna State University (KASU), Prof. Muhammad Tanko, according to Daily Trust News, stated that the university has expelled twenty students for examination malpractices.
The Vice Chancellor made this known during the combined convocation ceremony of about 4,380 graduates on Saturday, at the institution’s convocation ground.
The VC explained that the university would not spare any student who indulges in examination malpractices.
“The mission of KASU is to provide an all-round university education of the highest standard for the development of the individual and state, while inculcating the spirit of love, tolerance, understanding and unity in the state particularly and the country in general.
“Academic development in KASU is being implemented in accordance with the university academic brief and strategic plan. The university has two colleges, two schools, nine faculties, 51 academic departments, 36 graduate programs and 55 postgraduate programs.
“Since inception of the university to date, none of our programs has ever failed accreditation of National Universities Commission (NUC) full accreditation. Within the period, 16 undergraduate programs and 4 postgraduate programs were accredited by NUC and the program obtained full accreditation except one that earned interim accreditation status.
The Vice Chancellor who was extremely happy with the quick academic development of the university further pleaded with the institution’s management to provide more land to establish more faculties and colleges due to the lack of space for expansion.
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