Skyline University Nigeria has held its maiden matriculation ceremony of eighty-two pioneer students which had the Emir of kano, Muhammadu Sanusi and other dignitaries in attendance.
The Vice Chancellor of the institution, Dr. Sudhakar Kota, while speaking at the ceremony, challenged the newly admitted students to take advantage of the unique opportunity to not only become successful in their academic pursuits, but also responsible citizens of the country.
The VC gave assured the students that at the end of their stay in the university, they would be better equipped with the basic skills and value-based education to serve the community within the legal and ethical framework of the country.
“SUN has given assurance to provide you with quality inputs, technological integration, learning resources and use internationally accepted pedagogies that will enhance your knowledge, skills and competence with values,” the VC further added.
Earlier, the Emir of Kano, who was represented by Ambassador Ahmed Umar challenged the university management to produce quality students, who would be ready for absorption by reputable firms in the country.
Sanusi also advised the university authorities to focus on imparting entrepreneurial skills, rather than on theory-based knowledge.
He thanked the university management for establishing the first private university in the North, adding that he was proud of the institution for its determination and commitment to offering quality education, which was in harmony with the university’s motto, which emphasized knowledge, skills and value-based education.
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