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Adeyemi College matriculates 2081 students

By Opeyemi Babalola
18 September 2022   |   4:31 am
Two thousand and eighty-one students admitted for Degree and Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) programmes in the 2021/2022 academic session have been administered

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo

Two thousand and eighty-one students admitted for Degree and Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) programmes in the 2021/2022 academic session have been administered with matriculation oath by the authorities of Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo. 

The newly admitted students are made up of 841 degrees and 1240 NCE students.

In his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Prof. Adebayo Simeon Bamire, who was represented by the Dean, Faculty of Education from the University, Prof. B. A. Omoteso, congratulated the matriculants, and their parents, stating that the decision by the students to choose the Institution was not a mistake as “the College is the best College of Education in Nigeria.” Harping on the need for the new students to make effective use of the admission opportunity given to them, the University Administrator, said “your primary aim of being here is to study and at the end, to bag your degree; all other things are secondary,” he remarked.

The OAU VC also stressed the need for the students to always obey rules and regulations, choose their friends carefully, dress properly and make effective use of their time.  

Also speaking on what is referred to as the four ‘P’s that could help the students to succeed, Prof. Bamire listed them to include purpose, perspective, productivity and persistence, stating that when applied, they would guide them approximately, and enhance their success in the course of their educational pursuit.

In his remarks, the Provost of the College, Dr. Samuel Akintunde, advised the matriculating students to be good ambassadors of the Institution. 

He stressed the need for them to abide by the matriculation oath, saying any breach of its content would bring repercussions. 

The P for their courses on time and refrain from engaging in social vices such as rape, indecent dressing, examination malpractice, or indulging in anything that could terminate their studentship and lead to their expulsion from the College.

Dr. Akintunde urged the matriculants to make effective use of the line of authority when they require help by meeting the Dean of Student Affairs, visit office of Counseling and Human Development Centre, Deans and Directors and Student Union.