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Grand-Plus College of Education Holds 3rd Orientation Program

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Grand-Plus College of Education Holds 3rd Orientation Program

By Kaosara Olayemi Oladimeji

The Grand-Plus College of Education, Ilorin has held its 3rd Orientation Program, featuring insightful addresses and guidance for the incoming students.

In his opening remarks, the Provost of the College, Alhaji Akolade Idris S, underscored the importance of the orientation program in shaping students’ behavior, focusing on values such as character, diligence, punctuality, and humanity

He emphasised students’ fortunate position as beneficiaries of the College’s founder, Prince Ademola Abioye, warning cultism, fighting, and immoral dressing within the college won’t be tolerated.

Also, the Deputy Provost, Dr. C.A Enyioko spoke on the academic aspects, enlightening students about continuous assessment, tests, assignments, and attendance, all contributing to their overall marks.

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He encouraged proactive studying habits and wished the students success in their upcoming exams.

The Dean of the School of Language, Miss Ojewoye urged students to adopt effective studying skills, emphasising the importance of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

She advocated for the use of both on-campus and external libraries, advising students to consult with department lecturers for academic support.

Addressing the critical aspect of dressing, the Dean of Student Affairs, Mrs Zubair stressed the significance of proper attire, particularly discouraging immoral dressing. She noted the importance of creating a conducive learning environment free from distractions.

The Bursar of the College, Mr Ojo Israel A.C.A expressed gratitude to Prince Ademola Abioye for providing scholarship privileges to the students.

He reminded students to pay registration fees through the designated bank, cautioning against payment to staff or unauthorised individuals.

Also, the School’s Registrar, Mr. O. E. Bamisaiye encouraged students to be exemplary ambassadors of the college, motivating the proper use of college facilities. He stressed the importance of English language usage and warned of penalties for the misuse of college property.

Dean of School of Arts and Social Sciences, Mr. Thomas, expressed gratitude to all involved, concluding the event on a positive note, inspiring students to embrace their responsibilities and opportunities at Grand-Plus College of Education.

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