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UNIJOS Warns New Intakes Against Campus Cultism and Exam Malpractices


Agabus Pwanagba, Jos

The Vice Chancellor of University of Jos (UNIJOS), Professor Hayward Mafuyai has warned the students against examination malpractice and campus cultism.

The VC who threatened expulsion as punishment for any of the act urged  the undergraduates to be security conscious in view of the prevailing security challenges in the country as well as always observe the rules of hygiene practices, which to check spread of the virus in the University.

UNIJOSMafuyai gave the warning Wednesday during the matriculation of 1, 005 students of Bachelors of Education (B.ED) Long vacation which held at the Multi-Purpose Hall of the institution.

“You should note that if at any point in time any of you is found to have registered with false certificates or incomplete qualifications, you will be withdrawn from the programme. You need to avoid examination misconduct all through your stay in this University.

“If caught… in any form of examination misconduct, the penalty is outright expulsion. As mature students that you are, we do not expect you to engage in occultic activities.

“We need to warn you that there is no room for cultism in this University, outright expulsion is also the penalty for any student found to belong to a cult, such a student will be handed over to the police for prosecution”, the VC warned.

The Vice Chancellor also warned lecturers of the institution against the sale of hand-out.

“I wish to let the students know that the ban on sale of handout is still in place in the University and no lecturer should force students to buy such materials”, the University Boss insisted.

Administering the Matriculation oath, the institution’s Registrar, Mr. Jily Dandam urged the students to shun cultism and avoid any examination malpractice,maintaining that the school was against such act, while  assuring them the oath would be implemented to the letter.


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