After the long delay due to the Covid 19 pandemic and ASUU strike, the rain semester finally began with virtual classes across all faculties, some students would say they struggled with coping with the ‘new normal’.
Several faculties later moved to physical classes as time went on.
The University of Ilorin, Kwara State is set to begin her Rain semester examination on Tuesday, the 4th of May 2021 and ends on Friday, 28th of May 2021. It comprises of both computer based and written.
THE VENT REPUBLIC reports that this was made known in a memo sent across all faculties by the examination board. In the memo, the students were advised to ensure that they pay attention to the timetable and be present at the examination of the courses they registered for.
The Board also addressed the issue of unforseen absenteeism; a case where a student couldn’t make it for his examination due to proven ill health, accident or proven emergency, such student should write to the Dean of faculty through the HOD with a medical report attached to it. A makeup examination will be prepared for such person.
The School authority also warned the students against any form of exam malpractice as anyone caught will be made to face appropriate disciplinary actions.
Similarly, the use of wristwatches, mobile sets, iPods etc is highly prohibited.
Students should make themselves available at examination venue on time, with their signed original course form, evidence of school charges payment and ID Card.
Lastly, all COVID-19 protocols must be adhered to.
The school wishes all students success in their examination.
Campus Reporter: Favour Anthonia Adeniyi.
Ilorin, Kwara State.
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