NEW STUDENTS CAUTIONED AGAINST EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE

The Vice-Chancellor of Landmark University, Professor Aize Obayan has advised the 100 level students against involvement in examination malpractice and other misconducts. The admonition came ahead of their preparation for the Alpha Semester Examinations starting on the 1st of February 2016. Shortly after the Tuesday chapel service on 26th January 2016, the Vice-Chancellor charged the students to justify the investment of their parents and Proprietor base in them by behaving responsibly on campus, viewing the examination as an opportunity for progression from one level to another, which should be driven with every sense of integrity. She reiterated the commitment of the University to giving them cutting edge facilities required for their meaningful progress. ’’You all have what it takes now to start right”, she assured them. In the same vein, the Chairman, Examination Committee, Dr.O.M. Bamiro advised the students to consciously check their bodies and their environment each time they want to sit for an examination to ensure that no implicating material is around them. Dr. Bamiro, who took them through the rudiments of the examinations, charged them to be of good conduct in alignment with the oath taken on the Zero Tolerance for Unethical Practice in Examinations.

 

 
 

 

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