20th Convocation: Federal Polytechnic Ilaro Notice to Graduating Students

20th Convocation: Federal Polytechnic Ilaro Notice to Graduating Students

Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, IlaroPoly notice to graduating ND and HND students of the 2019/2020 & 2020/2021 academic sessions as regards the forthcoming convocation ceremony.

Federal Polytechnic Ilaro notice to graduating students

The Rector, on behalf of the Governing Council and the Academic Board, staff and students congratulates all graduands of 2019/2020 & 2020/2021 academic sessions.

See also: Federal Poly Ilaro 20th Convocation Ceremonies Schedule of Events.

Important Notice to all Graduating Students on Collection of Academic Gowns

Collection of academic gowns: Start from Wednesday,23rd of March,2022.

Pay using any of these banks: Zenith, uba, wema, Polaris, Union Bank and Ilaro poly Microfinance bank.

Account name: Federal Polytechnic Ilaro
Account number:0220468661063 (Remita).

  • Go to the Institution website (www.federalpolyilaro.edu.ng).
  • Click on Portal.
  • Select Graduate from the list modules.
  • Click on Convocation fees and input your Matriculation number.
  • Fill in your details and click general invoice.
  • Make payment into any of the designated banks with the invoice.
  • Generate receipt and payment from the chosen bank.
  • Visit Directorate of Students Affairs, with Students ID card and evidence of payment for a graduation gown.

The deadline for the return of the gown is Thursday, 31st of March, 2022.

Non -compliance attracts a charge of #500 per day.

Please note:

  • All Graduands are expected to pay a sum of #5,000 for Convocation and another #5,000 for certificate collection on or before Wednesday,30th March 2022. Failure to do so will attract a fine of #5,000.
  • Attendance is mandatory for all Graduands.
  • Certificate will be available for collection immediately after the Convocation Ceremony.

For further details, assistance, clarification and Guidelines, send a text to 08165900597 or visit the academic affairs unit of the Registry.

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