Achievers University Convocation: 20 Students Bagged 1st Class Honours:
20 graduating students of Achievers Private University in Owo local government area of Ondo State have bagged First Class Honours Degrees.
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The First Class graduates were of the 2011/2012 academic session. At its second convocation ceremony held yesterday in Owo, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Adebayo Odebiyi said the results of the students have been quite encouraging.
Odebiyi noted that the 2011/2012 graduates of the institution have already completed their National Youth Service Corps [NYSC] programmes from the various states they were posted to, adding that those in the 2012/2013 are still undergoing the mandatory national programme.
His words, “Today, we are graduating two sets of students-2011/2012 and 2012/2013 sets, and their results have been encouraging.
For the 2011/2012 session, 76 students, graduated from the Department of Accounting, Business Administration and Economics and of this number, five are in the First Class, 18 in Second Class Upper Division and 10 in Third Class Honours. “In the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, 42 graduated from the Departments of Medical Laboratory Science, Biochemistry, Computer and Information Systems, Microbiology and Industrial Chemistry with one student in First Class, 12 in Second Class Upper division, 21 in Second Class Lower and eight in Third Class.
“For the 2012/2013 session, 393 students are graduating from the college of Social and Management Sciences with 12 in First Class, 199 in Second Class Upper Division, 155 in Second Class Lower Division and 27 in Third Class. In the college of Natural and Applied Sciences, 100 students are graduating with two in First Class, 49 in Second Class Upper Division, 38 in Second Class Lower Division and 11 in Third Class”.