9 November 2012

Nigeria: BAZE Varsity Ready for Full Time Sciences - Pro-Chancellor

The pro-chancellor of the BAZE University, Senator Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, has said that the institution is ready to increase its faculties and departments especially as it is ready to go full time sciences.

He revealed this yesterday during the matriculation of over 300 students from three faculties and nine departments in a well attended ceremony.

While commending the nation's university regulatory body, the National Universities Commission (NUC) for its support so far, the founder of the school reiterated the commitment of the institution's management towards taking the school to its peak by giving it a world standard.

The matriculation, the third so far in the history of the institution recorded the largest as compared to that of previous years.

The special guest of honour, Prof Jubril Aminu, encouraged the students to make best use of their stay in the school especially in the development of character and learning which he said testifies to the fact that "whenever a school is open, a prison is closed down, due to the human contribution of education to human rights".

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