593 Edo Varsity students take Matriculation oath

593 Edo Varsity students take Matriculation oath


593 students who were offered admission in the 2020/2021 academic session into Edo State University, Uzairue, Edo State have subscribed to Matriculation oaths in the institution.


The 6th Matriculation Ceremony held at the main Campus of the institution, also featured the induction of the first set of Post graduate students.

In a remark, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Emmanuel Aluyor, advised the students to shun acts that are inimical to their academic pursuit.

While declaring the Ceremony which was held in compliance with the Covid-19 regulations open, the VC, enumerated some of the achievements of the institution.

He said Edo University is the first in Nigerian University to own an Anatomage table and first University in Nigeria and West Africa to acquire the CANVAS learning management system (LMS) for teaching.

Anatomage table is the most advanced digital device for the training of medical students while CANVAS, conotes a course management system that supports online learning and teaching. It allows professors to post grades, information, and assignments online.

The Vice Chancellor also commended the visitor to Edo University, Governor Godwin Obaseki for his support in making the University achieve its goals.

According to him, “We as a University have made a commitment to run all our programmes within the stipulated time for the programmes. You can attest to the fact that we have kept faith with this commitment for our undergraduates; despite the COVID-19 pandemic, we graduated our students in 2020 as planned”.

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Miss Ali Sumaya from the department of medicine and surgery, described the day as awesome.

A former Chief of Staff to former Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan, Chief Mike Oghiadomhe was among the dignitaries that graced the occasion while a British-Nigerian United Kingdom based Scholar/Entrepreneur, Dr. Prisca Richards, Prof. Ben Ugheoke and Charles Aloaye Asekomhe gave goodwill messages virtually.


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