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The Polytechnic of Ibadan changes the date of the exam again due to the protest of the students

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The management of the Ibadan Polytechnic in Oyo state said Wednesday that it changed the institution’s first semester 2019/2020 exam.

DAILY POST deduced that this is the second time the institution will postpone the exam.

Our correspondent remembers that the institution had changed on Monday the exam of the first semester that was billed to start on Monday (12/10/2020) to Monday 10/19/2020).

The postponement was made after students protested that they were unable to pay fees and register their courses online.

The institution noted that it has revised its position on the start of the first semester exam for the 2019/2020 academic call, previously postponed to Monday, October 19, 2020.

He added that under the revised agreement, the examination will now begin on Monday, November 2, 2020.

The institution’s registrar, Ms Modupe Theresa Fawale, said that all contentious matters with the student union that led to the postponement and closure of the institution earlier have been resolved.

Fawale in the statement made available to DAILY POST on Wednesday insisted that the management in a closed-door meeting with the Executives and Representatives of the student union of the different faculties, considered the requests of the students for more time to pay tuition and tuition. for the session.

He added that the inability of some of the students to access the institution’s portal was also addressed, since the solution centers created by the Management are already solving some of the registration problems.

“The Ibadan Polytechnic Directorate has revised its position on the start of the first semester exam for the 2019/2020 academic call, previously postponed to Monday, October 19, 2020.

According to the revised agreement, the examination will now begin on Monday, November 2, 2020. All contentious issues with the student union that led to the previous postponement of Monday, October 12-19 to the current date of November 2 and closing de The accesses of the Institution have been resolved.

“The Management in a closed-door meeting with the Directors and Representatives of the student union of the different faculties, the Management considered the requests of the students with more time for the payment of tuition and registration to the session.

“The impossibility of some of the students to access the Institution’s portal was also addressed since the solution centers created by the Management are already solving some of the registration problems.

“Under the new exam schedule, details of which will be available on Friday. The HND II and ND I students from the Faculty of Business and Communication Sciences and those of Environmental Studies will begin their exam on November 2.

“HND II and ND I students in Engineering, Science and Financial Management Studies will begin their exam after FBCS and FES. HND I and ND II students in all faculties will start their exams later.

“ND II students have been given more time as some of them completed their four-month industrial bonding programs during the Covid-19 shutdown and were unable to make physical contact with their professors.”

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