August 21, 2018

At LASU, first class is not cheap, says vice chancellor (Guardian)

At LASU, first class is not cheap, says vice chancellor (Guardian)

Vice chancellor, Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun has stated that having first class in the university is not a child’s play.Addressing reporters at a briefing to announce activities lined up for the 22nd convocation of the institution where about 26,637 students are set to graduate, Fagbohun said the assessment process of the university is thorough, hence can only award first class to individuals that met the requirements irrespective of the number of the graduating class. “We are not in any way working to produce a certain number of first class, we simply use our basis of assessment regularly and consistently, which is very thorough, we have different processes of quality assurance, it is what comes out of it that we present to the world. From all indications our students are qualified in character and learning and can compete on the global scale because we have succeeded in offering world class training and deepening career progression,” he said. Read more

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