Lasu Convocation 2013: LASU Will be Graduating 11,362 Students on 20 and 21 Feb 2013

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The Lagos State University
(LASU) will on the 20th and 21st of February 2013 holds her 18th Convocation ceremony where 11,362 Students will be graduating…
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AS Lagos State University, (LASU) concludes arrangement for its 18th convocation ceremony, the Vice Chancellor, Professor John Oladapo Obafunwa, has assured that “never again in the history of LASU will unsigned certificates be an issue.”

Speaking at a briefing in Lagos on Tuesday, Obafunwa pledged that graduating students would henceforth collect their certificates on the convocation ground, once they had been cleared by their faculties.

According to him, collection of certificates on convocation day is a global benchmark which his administration “is working assiduously to uphold.” He said: “With the concerted effort of the university management, the issue of backlog of certificates is gradually becoming a thing of the past, never again in the history of LASU will unsigned certificates be an issue. At the last convocation, over 27,000 certificateswas signed and released, this year 11,362 has been signed. With consistent effort, in two or three years’ time backlog of certificates would have been reduced to barest minimum if not entirely cleared”.

Obafunwa announced that the award of first degrees, diplomas and certificates would take place on February 20, while February 21 has been slated for the award of higher degrees.
Of the 11,362 graduating students 3,695 are full-time; 4465- external system; 287 –Diploma and 2915-higher degrees.
Twenty one will be graduating with the First Class grade; 1106 had Second Class upperdivision; 5,341 made Second Class lower division; 1592 made the third class, while 88 had ordinary pass.
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