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The College Management in a release dated 23rd January, 2017 has rusticated six (6) students, issued warning letter to a student and instructed Admissions Office not to issue provisional admission either through Pre-NCE transition or JAMB to two (2) students.
According to the Registry release, the students were found guilty of examination malpractice and have been rusticated for one (1) or two (2) semesters respectively, a student was warned while two (2) others would not be given provisional admission into NCE I either through Pre-NCE transition or JAMB.
The students who were rusticated for two (2) semesters were: Adigwe, Augustina (13/4097, ECCE DM); Agbenu, Olusola Seun (13/4203, PED DM); Oluodo Fatimah Anike (16/4023, ECO/POL); those who were rusticated for a semester basically students of the University of Ibadan, FCE Abeokuta Centre included; Najeem, Rafiu Oriyomi (UI/AB/141028, BIO/EDU); Lasilo, Temitope Samuel (Human Kinetics, UI/AB/15/0196); Opeoluwa, Ayodeji Samuel (Human Kinetics, UI/AB/14/0206) while those who would not transit or given provisional admission were: Adenekan, Oluwasola Ayomide (PR/15/0001, SOS/CRS) and Subair, Wuraola Islamiyat (PR/15/0016, SOS/ENG).
Meanwhile, Eno, Oluwadamilola Edem (PR/15/0025, SOS/MUS), was issued a warning letter.
In addition, the rusticated students after serving the terms of rustication and fulfilled all necessary conditions for readmission were expected to submit letters of undertaking to be of good behaviour from parents/guardians or any reputable individual in the society.
In the same vein, the College Academic Board at its meeting of Thursday 19th and Friday 20th January, 2017 has placed 251 (100 and 200 levels) students on academic probation due to poor academic performance as at the end of second semester 2015/2016 academic session. The Board further emphasised that students who were placed on overall probations should be conscious of the fact that they would be advised to withdraw from the College if they remained on the same academic status at the end of first semester 2106/2017 academic session.
The College Management has attributed the sharp drop in power supply to system breakdown at Onikolobo, Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) sub-station which supplies electricity to the College.
The Management through a release stated that Engineers from IBEDC were working assiduously to rectify the fault and restore electricity supply to the College.
In a related development, the College Management stated that efforts were currently in place to restore and make functional the central 500KVA generator that provides alternative power supply to academic areas which broke down.
The Management therefore enjoined staff members to bear with the College, as all things possible were being done to rectify the faults and restore normal supply of power in the College.
The Chief Security Officer (CSO) in a release dated Thursday, 15th December, 2016 has reminded members of the College community to always endeavour to switch off and remove all electrical appliances at the end of each day. This, according to him would help salvage the situation of high voltage that causes fire outbreak.
The release further enjoined Works and Services Department to clear bushes around college buildings especially at the College water dam project to avert fire disaster which may result from bush burning.
Meanwhile, the Public Relations Unit has observed that some miscreants write “job vacancies” on walls of College buildings. Members of staff should be aware of its security implication as it may possibly be a ploy by kidnappers.
The Centre for Advancement, Linkages and Alumni Relation hereby invites the College community to her first National conference 2017 themed Enhancing the promotion and Advancement of Tertiary Education in Nigeria: The role of Stakeholders which comes up between Monday 10th and Friday 14th April, 2017 at the Kunle Filani Academic Theatre.
Information from the Management has it that a Python and other dangerous reptiles have been discovered around the lake side. The Dangerous animals, as reliably gathered come out at intervals either to eat or do other things.
The College community had therefore been implored to keep away from this area to avoid any attack.