The Vice Chancellor, Niger Delta University, Professor Samuel Gowon Edoumiekumo have declared that the NDU is far ahead of many other universities in Nigeria. He noted that despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19, the University will still come out stronger.
The Vice Chancellor made this know to members of the public via a radio interview on Rhythm 94.7 Yenagoa while lamenting the effects of the Covid-19 on universities in Nigeria.
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The VC stated that the school is striving to cover the academic session of 2019/2020. ‘We would have balanced this academic session August last year (2020). An then October last year (2020) we would have started 2020/2021; by July this year, we would have finished 2020/2021’.
‘We are far above some other institutions. Some schools are still talking 2018/2019 academic session.
Many other neighboring and far away institutions are still grappling with first semester 2019/2020 even as the NDU have concluded classes and even examinations for the returning students.
With the new calendar it is expected that this current session will be concluded by June, 2021.
The NDU always have a way of managing time to the benefit of the students and the community at large. In the past, policies like the concurrent semesters, constricted semesters and no semestry breaks are many past policies that shows NDU’s responsiveness to academic calendar policies.
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