graduated with first class honours’ degrees at the institution’s
The institution’s Vice-Chancellor (V-C), Prof.
Aaron Atayero, disclosed this during the university’s 13th Convocation,
the Conferment of Honorary Doctorate Degrees and presentation of prizes
to its deserving students in Ota.
The university graduated 1,887 students for 2017/2018 Academic Session.
comprised: 238 first class honours, 746 second class upper honours, 452
second class lower, 86 third class and 365 post-graduate students.
reports that a young lady, Miss Salami Toluwani, from the Department of
Industrial Chemistry, College of Sciences emerged the best student with
a Cumulative Grade Point of Average (CGPA) of 4.99.
that the graduates were not trained to seek but to provide employment
and where they get employed, they should distinguish themselves as
attested to by employers’ of labour.
“All over the world, our graduates are always breaking the grounds in many human endeavours,” he said.