2014/2015 Pre-Degree 2nd semester exam concluded
The Pre-degree Unit of Federal University Oye-Ekiti has just conducted the second semester examination for its students for the 2014/2015 academic session. The examination which started with mock or demo exercises on Tuesday 30th June, 2015 commenced fully on 2nd July, 2015 and lasted two days.
The students, numbering one hundred and seventy three (173), were split into two batches according to their faculties. According to the Administrative Secretary of Pre-Degree, Mr. Ayodele Fatuase, faculties of Agriculture, Engineering and Sciences had a total number of ninety nine (99) students who sat for the exam on 2nd July while Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences had seventy four (74).
Mr. Fatuase further disclosed that a prerequisite for admission is that a student would have scored 180 and above in JAMB and must have sat for first and second semester exams. Besides, candidates that went through the pre-degree programme must possess necessary entry requirements into the university as required by Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Examination (JAMB).
However, such candidates would have advantage over ‘external’ candidates that would apply for admission into the university. He restated that admission into Federal University Oye-Ekiti is strictly based on merit.
The examinations which were supervised by Pre-degree staff and some staff of the ICT commenced at 10:00am
SERVICOM GOLDEN RULES
Here are nuggets of information from the SERVICOM Unit of the Federal University Oye Ekiti.
Cultivate habit of proper waste disposal in waste-bins placed at strategic points in the University to ensure clean environment.
SWITCH OFF all electrical gadgets in the office at closing time.
Non-teaching staff are expected to be at their various points of duty between 8am and 4pm. There may be overtime depending on schedule of work at various units.
It is UNETHICAL for nursing mothers to come to office with their babies.
Buying and selling of personal goods and services by staff in the office is PROHIBITED.
Engaging in any activities different from specified job description during official hours is UNETHICAL.
All forms of wining and dining should be done during break time.
FUOYE ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMITTEE: TERMS OF REFERENCE
The FUOYE Anti-Corruption Committee has made known its terms of reference. The term of reference are:
i. To receive and investigate any report of the conspiracy to commit, attempt to commit or the commission of any offence against the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act and any other laws prohibiting corruption.
ii. To examine the practices, system and procedures of the University and where, in the opinion of the committee, such practices, system or procedures aid or facilitate fraud or corruption, to direct and supervise a review of them.
iii. To instruct advice and assist Management on ways by which fraud or corruption may be eliminated or minimized within the University system.
iv. To advise Management of any changes in practices, system or procedures compatible with the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act.
v. To develop and facilitate anti-corruption training courses/workshop for university staff and students in the war against corruption.
The committee can be reached via this e-mail
FUOYE PROCURES 175 COMPUTERS, OTHERS.
Federal University Oye-Ekiti has just acquired more computers for use in the institution. A total of one hundred and seventy five (175) desktop computers, one hundred and seventy five uninterrupted power supply (UPS) units and ten scanners were procured.
Inspecting the computer sets, the visibly impressed Vice Chancellor, Professor Isaac Asuzu, expressed satisfaction at the supply and noted that the university was moving gradually to its full potentials.
Acting Director ICT, Dr. Ken Egbo received the vice chancellor at the newly completed ultra-modern University ICT centre, phase II.
Also present was representative of the Director of Procurement, Ikechukwu Areh, Mr. Efuntade and Seun Ojedeji of the ICT .
The vice chancellor urged all staff to always display sense of ownership with regards to university property. He was obviously unimpressed with the bushy surroundings of the new complex and admonished those present to always see every property of FUOYE as theirs and therefore take every necessary precaution to ensure it is taken good of. He also directed that any breach in the security protocol of the university should be reported to appropriate quarter for prompt actions.
FRSC certifies FUOYE fleet
Owing to the certification and verification exercise carried out by the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) recently on the university’s fleet of vehicles, the FRSC will, in a public exercise, present the certificate to the university.
The exercise is slated to hold on 9th July, 2015 in the university premises of the main campus, Oye-Ekiti.
All principal officers support the vice chancellor as he receives the certificate.