Nigerian polytechnic postpones examination over students’ protest

Management of The Polytechnic Ibadan on Monday has postponed the first semester examination for the 2019/2020 session in the institution.

WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the postponed examination was slated to commence today, Monday, 12th October, 2020.

According to sources with the polytechnic community, the decision was taken in view of the protest embarked upon by the students who protested against inability to complete their registration.

The postponement of the examination has been confirmed by the registrar of the institution, Mrs Modupe Fawale.

Fawale said that the decision was taken “to enable students who were unable to meet registration and payment of tuition deadline to do so.”

She said that the examination has been postponed till next week

“Students are to also note that examination etiquette are sacrosanct hence, any student involved in examination malpractices will be sanctioned.

“Equally, any student caught with phone and smart watch will be suspended from the institution and the materials will be confiscated.

“Students are expected to observe all COVID-19 protocols including the use of face mask and those who failed to abide shall not be permitted to take part in the scheduled examination.

“As earlier informed, students facing registration challenges are to go to the accredited ICT centers for solution”.

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