Misau College Matriculates 1190 Students, To Be Enlisted With UTME

The AD Rufa’i College of Education, Legal and General Studies Misau has matriculated 1190 students for the 2020\2021 academic session.

Dr. Auwal Ibrahim Amba, Provost of the College, stated this during the matriculation ceremony held at Sarki Tata Hall of the college.

The Provost said that 50 students were admitted into the undergraduate programmes of the college, 274 were admitted for NCE while 866 were admitted into the various diploma programmes run by the college.

He congratulated the matriculated students and urged them to dedicate themselves to their studies to enable them to accomplish their purpose of being in the college and justify the investment their parents made to give them quality education.

Dr. Amba stressed the need for the students to exhibit a high sense of morality on campus because certificates will be awarded to them based on character and learning.

He called on the students to respect the rules and regulations of the college as contained in the Students Handbook.

Dr. Amba said that the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination Board, UTME will enlist the college in its database to allow students to choose the college while registering for UTME next year.

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He said that this will allow the college to pull students from far near to further enrich the population of the college as well as its revenue.

Professor Muhammad Yahuza Bello, Vice-Chancellor Bayero University Kano, administered the matriculation oath on the students.

The Vice-Chancellor who was represented at the occasion by Dr Salihu Lawal Malumfashi wished the matriculated students success throughout their academic sojourn.

He called on lecturers to work diligently to teach the students both academic and moral lessons to enable them to become useful members of society.


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