By Michael Adesanya/Abeokuta
Management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Ogun State on Tuesday directed students in all levels at the institution to resume their academic activities on Monday, September 21, 2020.
According to a press statement issued by the polytechnic’s Public Relations Officer, Mr. Yemi Ajibola and made available to newsmen in Abeokuta, the state capital, the resumption was in compliance with the state government’s directive on resumption of academic activities.
Ajibola said Matriculation and Oath-Taking ceremony for fresh students of National Diploma and Higher National Diploma for the 2019/2020 academic session would hold on Wednesday, 30th September, 2020.
He said “Meanwhile, in preparation for the first semester examination, 2019/2020 academic session, all National Diploma students, Full-time and Part-time, are expected to begin their course revision, practical, workshop and studio works from Monday, 21st September to Saturday, 3rd October, 2020 from 8: am to 12noon (Mondays to Saturday).
All Higher National Diploma students, Full-time and Part-time, are expected to feature as above from 1: pm to 5: pm (Monday to Saturday). Hence, no National Diploma Students should be available on the school premises by 1: pm.
“Similarly, all Returning National Diploma and Higher National Diploma students, Full-time and Part-time, (i.e terminal classes) will commence their first semester examination for the 2019/2020 academic session from Monday, 5th – 17th October, 2020 while all Fresh National Diploma and Higher National Diploma students, Full-time and Part-time will start from Monday, 19th – 31st October, 2020.
Any Student who is yet to complete his/her registration is enjoined to do so before the commencement of the examination, as no students would be allowed into the examination halls without being fully registered”.
Students are therefore advised to acquaint themselves with the revised 2019/2020 academic calendar as the second semester for the 2019/2020 academic session begins on Monday, 2nd November, 2020.
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