The Kafanchan campus of the Kaduna State University has matriculated over 700 students for this academic year.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Muhammad Tanko, stated this at the Kafanchan campus of the university Wednesday while matriculating the students.
Represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Admin), Professor Yohanna Tells, the Provost said over 4650 students were matriculated in the Kaduna campus and the Kafanchan campus, with over700 of them from the Kafanchan campus.
Addressing the students, the Provost urged them to be dedicated to their studies and avoid all tendencies that would stop their studies owing to the fact that the university maintains zero tolerance to any examination malpractices or cultism, with a strong warning that, anybody caught in that act would be dealt with and withdrawn from the university not minding which level he is.
He also told the students to bear it in mind that it was not only the academic performance of a student that matters in the School, but their dignity and the only way they would not disappoint their parents who have spent a lot to ensure they give them quality education. In addition, they should endeavour to contribute their quota to the development of the university.No tags for this post.