Unilorin Commences 2019/2020 Rain Semester Examination

The University of Ilorin (Unilorin) has commenced its 2019/2020 Rain Semester Examinations.

According to the institution’s Deputy Registrar, Mr Kassim Babamale, the examination which commenced on Tuesday May 4 2021, will end on May 28, 2021.

While disclosing this in a statement on Tuesday in Ilorin, Babamale advised students to adhere to the rules and regulations guiding the conduct of examinations to ensure its success.

“Further to the above, the cooperation of all those involved in the conduct of the examinations is hereby solicited and all necessary machinery needed for hitch-free examinations should be put in place.

“Students are strongly advised not to be involved in any form of examination malpractice, as anyone caught will face appropriate disciplinary action.

“Also, note that digital wristwatches, mobile sets, i-pods, etc, are prohibited and any electronic device discovered in the examination halls will be impounded,” Babamale said.

He added that students are also required to present to invigilators duly-signed, original coloured registration forms.

The deputy registrar stated that no registration form with any alterations without proper endorsement by the Level Adviser and Faculty Officer would be accepted.

He further said that the university identification cards and evidence of payment of school charges would also be required for the examination.

The deputy registrar, therefore, advised students who have misplaced their identity cards to urgently make a request for a replacement while urging them to get acquainted with the rules and regulations guiding the conduct of the examination.

He added that all students and invigilators would be required to adhere strictly to the protocols and guidelines on COVID-19.

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Akeem Alao

Akeem Alao trained as a language teacher. He graduated from Adeniran Ogunsanya college of Education where he studied English/Yoruba Languages and Ekiti State University where he obtained a degree in English Education.

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