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Engage in exam malpractice, vices, face expulsion, Provost warns


Provost of Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu, Ebonyi state, Justina Mgbada yesterday warned that any student found involving in exams malpractice and other evil vices like forgery, cultism, drug abuse, prostitution and immoral activities will be expelled immediately.

Mgbada handing this warning during the 31st matriculation ceremony of the institution warned the new students to equip themselves with academic activities of the school warning them that anyone found engaging in negative acts would be rusticated. The institution matriculated over 300 students in both National Diploma and Higher National Diploma.

Congratulating the matriculating students for being among the lucky few, she urged them to work hard stressing that these vices may mar their sojourn in this institution. She further advised students to make out time to engage in sports and positive extra curricular activities to enhance their social academic performance noting that these activities will boost positive impact on their behaviours.

The Provost urged the students to make brilliant use of the facilities in the institution for their academics profitability reminding them that their primary aim of being in the institution is to acquire knowledge. The highlights of the event includes matriculation lecture by Obiamaka Opara of Abia State University Uturu on the topic, ‘Revolutising Agriculture for Sustainable Job Creation in Nigeria.’

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