FCET Akoka Resumption Date 2016/2017 Announced Following Students’ Protest

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Federal College of Education (Technical), FCET Akoka Resumption Date For The 2016/2017 Academic Session Has Been Announced Following Students’ Protest. The Academic Board of Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka at its emergency meeting of Tuesday 8th November 2016 considered the report of the College Management on the students’ crisis and has directed as follows:

Federal College of Education (Technical), FCET Akoka

  • That the Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka Students Union Constitution should be suspended until further notice.
  • That the Students Union Executive and the Students Legislative Council should be dissolved forthwith.
  • That nominated Departmental representatives should work with the College    Management through the Students’ Affairs Office in the interim.
  • That the FCET Akoka Constitution should be reviewed to include conflict resolution mechanisms such as establishment of Judicial Arm and Financial Guidelines, which shall be the prelude to subsequent  elections into students union offices.
  • That the College shall re-open for full academic activities on Monday, 14th November 2016 with NCE II and III commencing on-line registration for the 2016/2017 1st Semester. All returning students must sign an Undertaking to be of good behavior which must be properly endorsed by their parents/ guardians.
  • Obstruction /Locking of College Gates or invasion of any facility during any protest is hereby prohibited.  Students that violate this regulation shall be expelled forthwith from the College.

NB: Students are reminded that the award of the College Certificate is made to persons who are found to be worthy in “learning and character”.

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