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ALIKO DANGOTE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ADUSTECH) SUG NOTICE ON REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR FRESH STUDENTS

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The Students’ Union Body of the Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology (ADUSTECH) wishes to inform all fresh students on the procedures for the REGISTRATION exercise as follows;

✓Step 1 – Payment of Acceptance Fee:

• Log into your portal account,

• Navigate to ‘Student Menu’

• Click on ‘Acceptance Fee Payment’ to generate invoice for payment of acceptace fee.

Payment can be made using the online payment facility provided in the portal or via any bank branch.

✓Step 2 – Print Admission Letter:

• Once payment of acceptance fee is confirmed,

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• Click on ‘Print Admission Letter” in the student menu section to print your admission letter.

✓Step 3 – Uploading Copies of Original Credential:

✓Step 4 – Verification of Uploaded Credentials:

• Academic Departments to conduct online verification of uploaded credentials in order to accept or reject an admission into their respective programs

✓Step 5 – Medical Screening by University Health Service: Students accepted by Department after online verification of their credential are to log into their portal account to print Medical Screening Invoice. Once payment is approved, students should print evidence of payment and report to University Health Service for medical screening

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✓Step 6 – Registration Fee Payment: Payment invoices listed below are to be activated after medical screening. In the portal account, print and make payment of the relevant invoices:

i. University Registration Fee

ii Students Affairs and Unions Charges

iii. Hostel accommodation (optional)

✓Step 7 -Update Bio-Data and Process Courses Registration

All fresh students of the University are to follow the registration procedures as stated above to ensure a smooth and stress free registration exercise. Thank you!

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Michael Okpara varsity VC raises alarm over fake certificates, transcripts

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The Vice Chancellor of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Professor Maduebibisi Iwe, has expressed concern about the proliferation of counterfeit certificates and transcripts in the global arena, which were not legitimately issued by the university.

During a media briefing on Wednesday regarding a recent riot, Professor Iwe highlighted the infiltration of thieves and miscreants who exploited student protests to vandalize valuable university assets. He refuted claims of a 60% fee increase, asserting that some students, after squandering their fees on activities like sports betting, attempted to depict the institution’s fees as exorbitant.

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Professor Iwe defended the implementation of a biometric policy aimed at curbing impersonation, missing scripts, delayed results, and transcripts. He emphasized that the ‘No Pay, No Examination’ policy was not a novel concept within the university. Furthermore, he lamented the inundation of inquiries from the international community regarding fraudulent certificates falsely attributed to the university, stressing the alarming nature of this trend.

Moreover, Professor Iwe implicated certain lecturers in the university for participating in unethical practices and resisting the biometric policy. He stated that students, their sponsors, and the student union government were duly informed about the ‘No Pay, No Examination’ policy prior to the commencement of the examination.

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Dismissing reports of being physically assaulted by students and the deployment of military personnel to shoot students, the Vice Chancellor affirmed that the university’s Senate would convene to assess the extent of damages caused by criminals and decide on suitable sanctions for any implicated students.

The post Michael Okpara varsity VC raises alarm over fake certificates, transcripts appeared first on NewsNow Nigeria.

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ALIKO DANGOTE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SUSPENDS LECTURER SEEN PUNISHING SOME STUDENTS WHO CAME LATE TO HIS CLASS

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The management of Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology, Wudil, Kano State, has suspended a lecturer who was captured in a viral video allegedly punishing some students who came late to his class.

The Deputy Registrar of Information and Public Relations, Sa’idu Abdullahi Nayaya, disclosed this in a statement on Tuesday, February 6. 

According to Nayaya, the University management became aware of the viral video depicting corporal p¥nishment inflicted on the students by the erring lecturer during a teaching session. 

He said the management promptly issued a query and thereafter suspended the staff member and forwarded the case to the Disciplinary Committee for further investigation.

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“These measures were taken swiftly to arrest the situation and bring justice. The management is hereby assuring parents and the general public that any breach of student welfare and safety will not be tolerated and will be met with appropriate consequences,” he said.

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ASUU STRIKE – NOT EVEN ONE THING HAS BEEN DONE BY FG, NO OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION, WE'RE TIRED OF FGS UNFULFILLED PROMISES – ASUU PRESIDENT LAMENT

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities has said it is tired of the federal government’s unfaithfulness to promises made to the union.

In September 2023, the government announced an upward review of the salaries of tertiary institution workers by 35 per cent and backdated to January 2023.

It also promised to pay four months’ salaries out of the seven and half months withheld salaries during the 2022 national strike.

Some other demands of ASUU, including payment of Earned Academic Allowance, and the unprogressive renegotiation of the 2009 ASUU-FGN agreement had at various times led to incessant strikes in the government-owned universities.

On the contrary, ASUU, national president, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, in an interview, complained that the FG did not fulfill any of the promises above.

He maintained that there had been no official communication from FG, adding that everything was at a standstill.

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Osodeke said, “Not even one thing has been done by FG. No official communication. We(ASUU-National Executive Council) are meeting this February 2024 to discuss and decide on these issues. The EAA, withheld salary, wage award, 25% and 35% salary increment which was backdated to January 2023 were not paid, nothing has been paid.”

Also speaking, the Chairman, of ASUU-University of Lagos, Prof. Kayode Adebayo, reiterated it was embarrassing for the government to always go to the media and make promises it was not ready to implement.

Adebayo maintained that their hope was failing, saying the government also promised to pay a palliative of N35,000 for six months but only did so for two months.

“Everything has been at a standstill, nothing is happening, we are consulting nationally and we are holding our NEC meeting soon, we will decide the next line of action at the NEC meeting.

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“We want to explore every option. The government is not responding to us but going to the media to make propaganda, we are tired. The only thing they did for us was the removal from IPPIS. But as for the seven-and-a-half salary, they didn’t pay.

They went on to talk about the upward review of salary of between 25% to 35% to be backdated to January 2023, till now, nothing has been paid. It is just a statement in the news. They also promised 35k palliative, and they managed to pay two months out of six months.

They are not talking about Earned Academic Allowance and the like. We keep hoping till hope fails,” he said

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