UNIABUJA VC Address On Semester Examination Results

UniAbuja Celebrates Successful Release of Semester Examination Grades

UNIABUJA VC Address On Semester Examination Results

In an uplifting address to the University community, Vice-Chancellor Professor Abdul-Rasheed Na' Allah shared the exhilarating news of the timely release of student grades for the previous semester examinations.

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With pride, the Vice-Chancellor announced that, barring two faculties—Law and Management Sciences—all other faculties promptly released their grades to the students.

Expressing heartfelt gratitude, Professor Na' Allah commended the relentless efforts of lecturers who dedicated countless hours to grading students' performances, the Faculty Boards for approving these results, and the Deans for swiftly recommending the approved grades on behalf of their respective faculties.

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He emphasized the significance of this achievement, noting that students, regardless of their grades, can now access and print their academic records, enabling them to gauge their performance in the second semester and the academic year as a whole.

Highlighting the exceptional success in the CBT Examinations, the Vice-Chancellor acknowledged the Innovation Hub and Creative Technologies (IHCT) and the Information Technology Management Services (ITMS) alongside the GST for their outstanding contributions.

Professor Na' Allah assured the hero faculties and concerned units of the University's management's intention to reciprocate the feat achieved, acknowledging and celebrating their exceptional performance.

Encouraging returning students as they prepare for the upcoming semester, he urged them to reflect on their previous year's performance and set their academic goals for the new session, aiming towards the class of degree they aspire to attain.

Welcoming both new and returning students to the 2023-2024 Academic Session, the Vice-Chancellor assured the University's commitment to facilitating their success. He encouraged students to work diligently while also finding moments of joy, showcasing the exemplary character of UniAbuja students worldwide.

Expressing appreciation towards lecturers for their dedication, Professor Na' Allah encouraged students to acknowledge their efforts, knowing that students' commitment to their studies serves as a tremendous reward for educators.

In closing, he extended warm wishes for a Happy and Prosperous 2024, eagerly anticipating the vibrant energy and achievements the new academic year would bring forth.