The University of Ibadan will be re-opened on January 4 according to the Governing Council of the Institution which sat based on the directives of the Committee of Pro-Chancellors of Federal
Universities and the National Universities Commission.
In the official bulletin of the University, which was signed by its registrar and secretary to the council, Mr. Olujimi Olukoya, and released on Friday, the governing council explained that the re-opening became necessary in view of the consideration of all matters relating to the on-going Academic Staff Union of Universities strike, at its recent meeting.
The bulletin stated that, “Consequent upon the directives of the CPC which directed the Vice-Chancellors to re-open Universities for academic and allied activities to commence, the management on Tuesday, directed the deans and directors to open resumption register for academic staff willing to resume work to sign, on
or before December 4, 2013.
“At its extra-ordinary meeting held on Wednesday, December 4, the school’s governing council deliberated on all the actions taken and ratified by the Committee of Provost, Deans and Directors and ratified them.
The Senate at its special meeting held on December 4, also 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.”
Share this on your wall for your friends using buttons below For a Free Gift Today!!!
• JAMB 2014 UTME Registration Has Began, Click here For Informations