ASSU STRIKE. UI Announced Resumption Date

ASUU strike: UI announces resumption date
The University of Ibadan has announced its resumption date as January 4, 2014.

According to a press release signed by the institution’s Registrar and Secretary to Council, Mr. Olujimi Olukoya: “Consequent upon the directives of the CPC which directed the Vice-Chancellors to re-open the Universities for academic and allied activities to commence, Management on



Tuesday, 03 December, 2013 directed the
Deans and Directors to open Resumption Register for academic staff willing to resume work to sign, on or before 04 December, 2013.”

Council, the bulletin stressed “at its extra ordinary meeting held on Wednesday, 04 December, 2013 deliberated on all the actions taken and ratified by the Committee of Provost, Deans and Directors (COPD) and ratified them”, adding that “Senate at its Special Meeting held on Wednesday, 04 December, 2013 considered the revised academic calendar for the remaining part of the second semester of 2012/2013 session proposed by the Committee of Provost, Deans and Directors and approved.”






It further stated that students are expected to arrive the University campus from Saturday, January 4th to Sunday, 5th.

“Examination will start on Monday 31 March and end on 11 April while the three weeks for the processing of examination results in Departments and Faculties will start on 14 April, 2014”, it added.



The revised calendar further shows that the University’s senate meeting for the consideration of final year result is Monday, May 12, 2014 while the Senate meeting for the consideration of non-final year results and end of session is Monday, June 2, 2014.

The release added that “Senate took cognisance of the fact that the postgraduate students, medical students as well as students in other programmes not operating the semester system would not fit appropriately into the proposed calendar and, therefore, approved that the dates of resumption of these categories of students be determined by their respective academic boards.

“The Senate also directed that postgraduate students, medical students as well as students in other programmes not operating the semester system shall be addressed by their respective academic boards.”



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