BREAKING:UI Announces resumption date, cancels 2019/2020 session.


The specialists of the University of Ibadan have endorsed February 22, 2021, for the resumption of scholarly exercises in the organization.

The PUNCH assembled that the college likewise dropped its 2019/2020 scholastic meeting and renamed it 2020/2021.

The Public Relations Officer of the college, Mr. Olatunji Oladejo, prior revealed to The PUNCH that the foundation’s senate met on Thursday.

“Scholastic exercises will start for those conceded for the renamed 2019/2020 on February 22, 2021,” he told our reporter on the phone on Friday.

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He said the Senate affirmed the suggestions by the varsity’s council of executives, senior members, and chiefs who prior met on Monday.

One of the endorsed proposals is that the organization would not concede college understudies through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board for 2021/2022 meeting.

A piece of the endorsed proposals are, “The 2019/2020 scholastic meeting be dropped and the new meeting presently renamed 2020/2021 scholarly meeting. The proposed schedule for 2019/2020 be appropriately changed to 2020/2021.

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“The University ought to inform JAMB not to show it in its handout for 2021/2022 meeting as up-and-comers who have just enlisted for UI 2020/2021 Post-UTME would be taken for that meeting (2021/2022).

“The choice to not concede students for the 2021/2022 meeting, nonetheless, excludes postgraduate understudies and direct section understudies from associated establishments.

“It likewise avoids those looking for entrance into the distance learning program in its communities (DLC).

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“In any case, associated organizations, distance learning focus and postgraduate school would be permitted to concede understudies for the 2021/2020 meeting.”


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