NUC Accreditation Has Kept Academic Programmes Competitive – AAUA VC

The National Universities Commission, NUC, has been commended for its regular efforts at accrediting academic programmes in Nigerian Universities and for helping to ensure standardisation of academic training and knowledge impartation.
This commendation was given last week by the Vice Chancellor of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Prof. Igbekele Ajibefun, while playing host to the NUC accreditation teams who visited the University for a review and accreditation of various academic programmes.
Prof. Ajibefun, who was represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration), Prof. Olugbenga Ige, said accreditation and review of academic programmes are some of the best innovations of the National Universities Commission for which it should continually be applauded. He stated further that accreditation of programmes has helped in keeping academic programmes in Nigerian varsities in good standing and has also helped to standardize them.
In his words, “Accreditation and review of academic programmes are some of the best innovations that NUC has brought to the Nigerian University system. It has allowed proper review of programmes, so that the programmes can continue to be in good standing. Apart from the fact that it brings about a lot of infrastructural development, it has also led to human capital development. And for the NUC to organize this to make arrangement for this on a yearly basis, is a commendable step.”
He added that, “Our University is young, yet it is a leading University in Ondo State that is aspiring to be the best in the country. As a University, we are very eager to develop. Over the years, we have been doing very well with the quality and exploits of our graduates and undergraduates.
“Our graduates are excelling in various institutions where they find themselves and those on campus are doing very well too. Just this year, one of our graduates bagged First Class at the Nigerian Law School final Bar examinations, adding to the list of First Class products that AAUA has serially produced at the Nigerian Law School in the last four years. Also, if you move round the university, you would see the level of our infrastructures and development.”
In their reactions, the team leaders for the Mathematics, and Physics and Electronics Departments, Professors G. O. Avwiri and O. O. Micah, respectively appreciated the University for the warm reception. They clarified that the teams are not in Ajasin Varsity on a fault-finding mission but for the peer review of programmes so that they can remain in the realm of standards as spelt out by the NUC.
Professor Ige assured the accrediting teams that the University would be willing to heed advice and readily act on recommendations accordingly.

AAUA Mgt. Assures Staff Societies of Better Working Relationship

The various Staff Multipurpose Cooperative Societies in Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, have been promised improved working relationship by the management of the Institution.
The Vice Chancellor, Professor Igbekele Ajibefun, gave the assurance at an Education Workshop organised by the Academic Staff Cooperative Multipurpose Society at the ASUU Cooperative Complex.
Prof. Ajibefun, who was represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration), Prof. Olugbenga Ige, said the societies have served as good mediators in the sustainability of their members’ financial empowerment. He added that the Institution would continue to support such societies in their quest to meet their financial obligations to members.
The keynote Speaker and Director, Ondo State Cooperative Service, Mr. Braiye Williams, commended the Academic Staff Cooperative Multipurpose society for meeting up with global standards in the organization of its activities.
He reiterated that cooperative societies are operated on basic ethics and values, and that such values are general norms that cooperators, committee members and staff should imbibe and use to guide their operations.
The Chairman, ASCMS AAUA, Dr. A. E. Afe, appreciated the guests who were present and solicited better working conditions between the University Management and the Society. In his speech, he explained that the workshop, which focuses on integrity and efficiency in cooperative ventures, examines the role of cooperators in the growth and development of cooperative.
The workshop was graced by the Vice Chancellor, the Bursar, Mrs. Olubunmi Ologun, FCA, SSANU CMS Chairman and other key members.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

1. CIRCULAR TO ALL STUDENTS: EXAMINATION CLEARANCE SLIP
The University authority has approved the use of examination clearance slip effective from the Second Semester examination in the 2017/2018 academic session.
I, therefore, write to inform all registered students of Adekunle Ajasin University to print their examination clearance slip online. The examination clearance slip will be presented by students for sighting before they are allowed into the examination hall.
All registered students are hereby advised to comply with this circular in their own interest.
By copies of this circular, all Deans, Directors, Heads of Department, and Heads of Unit are being informed to pass this information to their students
Thank you.

Signed
Dr. M. S. Ayeerun
Registrar