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Al-Qalam Varsity Matriculate 1,900 Fresh Students

Al-Qalam Varsity Matriculate 1,900 Fresh Students

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Al-Qalam Varsity Matriculate 1,900 Fresh Students

No fewer than one thousand nine hundred students took oath of allegiance promising to obey the rules and regulations governing their stay in Al-Qalam University, Katsina.

At a colourful ceremony on Monday, 15th April 2019, the students who were admitted into the four colleges of the University will pursue four year degree programme from 2018/2019 academic session.

In his speech, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Shehu G. Ado represented by Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Kabir Kado congratulated the students urging them to utilise their opportunity wisely by graduating with flying colours.

“You should not engage in any irresponsible and unwholesome lifestyles and anti-social activities not only on campus but wherever you are and above all you should constantly remember Allah and obey His command”. He admonished.

Prof. Shehu G. Ado thanked the University Council, Katsina Islamic Foundation and the Board of Trustees of the University for given his Management full support to foster the development of the University.

Earlier, the Registrar of the University, Sani Abashe Adamu enjoined the students to avail themselves with provisions contained in the students Handbook.

He said they should understand that Al-Qalam University is an Islamic institution which resolves to inculcate sound Islamic moral values in students alongside conventional education.

He stressed “I would like to urge the matriculants to shun examination malpractice in it’s totality and turn away from indecent dressing, indiscriminate interaction between opposite gender and all other forms of vices.

It was the 14th matriculation of the University which admitted its first batch of students in 2005.

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