Unilag Announces the Date of the 51st Convocation Ceremony

Unilag Announces the Date of the 51st Convocation Ceremony

The University of Lagos announced UNILAG the days of activity planned for the 51st graduation ceremony (2019) on Thursday from 30 June to 9 July. This is contained in a statement from Noni Oguama, Assistant Chief Registrar of the Institute, Corporate Affairs, issued to journalists in Lagos. A press conference scheduled for June 30, announced the activities planned for the ceremony, according to a statement. It is said there will be a veiled rehearsal ceremony at the Postgraduate School, various faculties and the Distance Learning Institute (DLI) on July 1.

The statement added that Friday July 2 is devoted to the calling ceremony, a special “Friday” service, while the July 4 Thanksgiving service will be held. According to the statement, the exhibition will open and the project will be carried out on Monday 5 July, preceded by a group lecture.

On Tuesday, July 6, there will be congregants awarding bachelor degrees, diplomas and awards to graduates of the Faculty of Education, Social Sciences, Arts, Environmental Sciences and Natural Sciences as well as awards to Bachelor of Law, Engineering, Management Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences Dental Science, Pharmacy and DLI will be released on Wednesday 7 July in its statement, adding that the awards ceremony will take place on Friday (9 July).

In a similar development, he said UNILAG had scheduled 10 May for resumption for the second Semester of the 2020/2021 academic year and it would be completely physical.

However, the statement shows that in cases where there is a large class, it becomes virtual. He said that course registration will start on Friday, April 30 to June 20. Meanwhile, the Senate of the Institute has appointed Obinna Chukvu as the new Assistant Rector for Management Services.

Mr Chukwu, professor of marine science and former dean of the is School of Postgraduate Studies, is currently the Director of Academic Planning (Office of the Vice Chancellor) and Director, Director of Quality Assurance and SERVICOM.

He is an internationally recognized researcher who has conducted a number of studies in the fields of marine biology, ecosystem health and risk assessment. Solomon Akinboye, political science professor and youngest dean of the School of Postgraduate Studies, was also elected to represent the Senate on the institute’s board of directors. (NAN)

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