………413 bagged first grades as institution concludes convocation ceremony……
BY KAYODE ANIMASAUN
The federal government has been urged to review its industrial relations with major stakeholders in the university system to achieve stability of higher education in the interest of students.
The Vice Chancellor, Elizade university, ilara mokin, Prof. Olukayode Amund made the call at the combined 4th and 5th convocation ceremonies of the school where forty eight out of 413 graduates bagged first class grades.
Prof. Amund who explained that though the establishment of private universities had filled the gaps of incessant strikes, students of private universities who wanted to write external examinations were negatively affected by the strikes.
He however noted that the institution was able to effectively administer teaching and examination through online means during the covid 19 pandemic.
In a message, the founder of the institution, Chief Michael Ade Ojo called on government to come up with a means of assisting private universities in view of their contribution to societal development.
In a remark, the Ondo state Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu represented by the secretary to the state government Princess Oladunni Odu who emphasised the role of quality education to the development of society, urged the graduates to be good ambassadors wherever they found themselves.
Our correspondent reports that
Prizes were given to outstanding graduates in the areas of academics and morals with Akintunde Fasuba emeringthe best graduating student having had 4.95 cumulative grade point from the faculty of engineering.