Ahman Pategi University: Pioneer Students Receives Orientation as School Prepares for Matriculation
Ahman Pategi University on Thursday held its first Student Orientation Program ahead of the first semester examination.
The Vice Chancellor Ahmad Patigi University, Prof. M. A. Adedimeji during the event at the university’s auditorium in Patigi, Patigi local government area of Kwara state congratulated the pioneer students for deeming it fit to have applied and along the line were able to secured admission to study various degree programs of their choice after thorough screening
The vice chancellor in his keynote address congratulated the pioneer students of the university for deeming it fit to have applied and along the line were able to secure admission to study various degree programs of their choice after thorough screening.
“I welcome and congratulate you all for the success of your admission into Ahman Pategi University, the center for learning and peace. Not all of you who applied for one course or the other were considered for admission, some amongst you were rejected for one reason or another.” Prof Adedimeji explained
He therefore urged the students to be law-abiding and respect the dos and don’ts of the university to align with the institution’s core values; Character, Responsibility, Excellent, Discipline, Integrity, Truthfulness and Professionalism.
He thanked the founder and Pro-chancellor of the University, Hon. Aliyu Ahman Pategi for his continuous and unrelenting efforts towards the development of the university.
According to him, he( Aliyu Ahman Patigi) could have built the university somewhere in another part of the country to make profit but as a passionate developer towards the developmental stride of his people he considered bridging the educational gap lies within his people and other parts of the world. This among several others of his projects is a lifetime achievement.
During the interaction, the Bursar, Mr. Oladejo Musibau Abiodun praised the founder for leveraging the cost of university fees to as low 75%, especially for indigene. These alone should give no room for the delay in the payment of school fees.
On her part, the Director of Academic Planning, Dr. Mrs. Amina Ahman implored the students not to be carried away by merrymaking of matriculation ahead of them, noting that the examination is just a week or two after matriculation.
Her words: “As you all know, your examination timetable and questions are set and the date for the commencement of your examination is the 21st of March, 2022. Just as the vice-chancellor earlier stated, your character comes first before learning. If you are found worthy both in learning and character, such a student is said to be among the glorious ones. Deficiency in any or both may land such students back home.”
The Orientation Program was attended by the Principal officers of the university, Senior Staff and other staff members of the university.