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YABATECH admits 4,000 out of 106,000 candidates

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YABATECH admits 4,000 out of 106,000 candidates

Post  Admin on Tue Mar 06, 2012 3:31 pm

Only 4,000 out of 106,000 candidates that applied to the Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, have been offered admission.

This was disclosed by the institution's Rector, Dr. Kudirat Ibiyeye-Ladipo, during the matriculation of the new students on Thursday.

She said, “At today's ceremony, we will be matriculating new intakes in the region of 4,000. This, is a far cry from the 106,000 candidates who applied to the college as their most preferred institution.

“I congratulate the new students as you are indeed privileged to have been selected after the keen competition through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and the rigorous post-UTME screening by the college. It is, undoubtedly, a thing of joy and pride to be enrolled as a student of the college.”

Ibiyeye-Ladipo, however, urged the new intakes to make use of the opportunity by ensuring that they made a success of their stay in the college. She said they could do this by concentrating on their studies and shunning all forms of anti-social behaviours and activities.

She said, “I urge you to make the best use of the golden opportunity presented by your admission to the college. The matriculation ceremony is of utmost importance. The oath of allegiance, which you have just sworn to, commits you to be of exemplary behaviour throughout your stay in this college, shunning all forms of anti-social behaviour such as examination misconduct, cult activities and other unruly behaviour. You must at all times ensure that you abide by this oath.

“It is illegal to operate a secret society or belong to a banned society. Any contravention of this regulation will lead to expulsion and possible criminal prosecution. The college management has taken far reaching measures to curtail the menace of cultism, and our campus is free and safe from it. While we advise all students to shun this vice, I will also use this opportunity to advise parents to counsel their children to be of good behaviour throughout their stay in the college.''

She also advised the new students to take other issues, which include discipline in academics, appearance and behaviour, entrepreneurial orientation, religious tolerance and quality assurance as core values of the college.


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