JABU graduates 23 first class students

The Vice-Chancellor of  Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Prof. Sola Fajana has announced that 23 students of the institutions are graduating with first-class degrees.

While speaking with the newsmen on the university's forthcoming 8th convocation ceremony, Fajana said the institution is going to graduate 544 students.
He said,  “ A total of 23 students bagged first class, 222 have the second class honour (upper division), 244 have second class honour (lower division) while 55 students finished with third class honour.
“At the postgraduate level, 17 will be awarded master degrees while postgraduate diploma will be awarded to five students.”
Emphasising the effort and progress the school has made in the area of research and entrepreneurship, the VC said “The university has continued to advance in all frontiers of learning and to encourage distance learning mode of study and also to assuage the yearnings of the teaming yJoseph Ayo Babalola University is a faith-based institution established by the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) Worldwide.ouths out there''.

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