A representative of the National Universities Commission (NUC) who monitored the 2015/2016 computer-based Post UTME of Adekunle Ajasin University, Mr. Adebayo Ibrahim, on Tuesday last week – the last day of the exercise – applauded the Management of the University for the hitch-free and successful conduct of the examination.
Mr. Adebayo, NUC’s Inspection and Monitoring Officer, gave this commendation while fielding questions from the university’s Information Unit.
Mr. Adebayo said, “From the first stage which is the orientation given to candidates through bio-data capturing, bio-metric verification, PIN generation to writing the examination, it has been very great. The facilities are good.”
The Monitoring Officer also commended the University for the facilities put in place for the examination, which he said would make it very difficult for anyone to cheat or impersonate.
He said, “The facilities put in place are great. The University technicians are doing a great job, especially their response to the needs of the candidates. The system and process in place will make it difficult for anybody to cheat or impersonate.”
Mr. Adebayo described AAUA campus as very clean and conducive for academic activities.