S.E. VOL. XXIV NO. 21 TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017

SPECIAL EDITION

 

RETENTION OF OFFICIAL RESIDENCE BY STAFF DEPLOYED FROM CAMPUSES

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Victor F. Peretomode, has directed that all staff occupying official residence deployed from one campus to another should retain them in the campuses from which they were redeployed.

This is to allow for the non-destabilization of members of their families.

However, such staff are to note that they are expected to pay the official rent for their residence.

INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES SEEKING ADMISSION INTO LAW PROGRAMME IN THE ONGOING JAMB REGISTRATION FOR 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION

Members of the University Community and the general public are by this medium informed that candidates who wish to choose Delta State University for the Law programme, should apply for English and Literary Studies or Theatre Arts because both programmes have the same JAMB subject combination and UTME requirements.

 

Subsequently, JAMB would generate course code for Law which would enable the University transfer candidates into the programme.

 

DELSU WORKERS’ MULTI-PURPOSE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD: 2016 (30TH) ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

 

This is to inform all staff especially, members of the DELSU Workers’ MPCS Ltd that the 2016 (30th) Annual General Meeting (AGM) has been scheduled as follows:

 

Date:               Saturday, 29th April, 2017

Time:              11.00 am prompt

Venue:            Pre-Degree Hall, Site III

                        Delsu, Abraka

 

Please attend and be punctual.

REPORT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE MOBILE DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE FOR SANDWICH STUDENTS (JANUARY 2017)

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Victor F. Peretomode, on behalf of Senate has received, considered and approved the recommendations of Students’ Disciplinary Committee on Examination Malpractice for (January 2017)

All penalized students are requested to ensure that they serve the penalty(ies) indicated against their names while those discharged should resume their studies accordingly.

 

1.    STUDENTS PLACED ON INDEFINITE SUSPENSION FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR BEFORE THE EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE MOBILE DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE

 

S/N

NAME/MATRIC NO.

DEPARTMENT

LEVEL

ALLEGED CHARGE

PENALTY

       1.           

OKPOROKPO, Betty

FOE/SW4/108088

Guidance and Counseling

 

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall

Indefinite suspension

       2.           

EDGAR, Aghogho

FOE/SW/10/11/190760

Health Education

 

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall

Indefinite suspension

       3.           

ERUTEYAN, Oke

FOE/SW/09/10/178553

Social Science Education

 

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall

Indefinite suspension

 

2.    STUDENTS WHO ARE SERVING VARIOUS PENALTIES FOR EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE

 

S/N

NAME/MATRIC NO.

DEPARTMENT

LEVEL

ALLEGED CHARGE

PENALTY

1.

MARINE, Akpobomere

FOE/SW/10/11/192381

Physical and Health Education

6/6

Engaging another person to write an examination for her in the examination hall.

Expulsion

2.

AKPOCHAFO, Avwerosuoghene Judith

FOE/SW/11/12/206098

Physical and Health Education

5/5

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall.

 

 

Rusticated for three (3) academic contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

3.

ALADIN, Eterindideke Victory

FOE/SW/10/11/190889

Physical and Health Education

6/6

Engaging another person to write EDU 213 for her in the examination hall.

Expulsion

4.

OTUATA, Ejiro

FOE/SW/11/12/206048

Guidance and Counseling

5/5

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) academic contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

5.

EWHRUDJAKPOR, John

FOE/SW/11/12/206775

Technical and Business Education (Agric. Unit)

5/5

Caught with relevant material and cell phone in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. He is to resume studies with effect from 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

 

6.

OSIROMA, Helen

FOE/SW/10/11/192462

Physical and Health Education

6/6

Caught with loose examination script attached to her examination answer booklet. The loose script was found to contain relevant material to the course PHE 414 in the examination hall.

Expulsion

7

AVWARA, Mabel

FOE/SW/11/12/206043

Physical and Health Education

5/6

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

8.

MOMODU, Asana

FOE/SW/10/11/190770

Technical and Business Education (Agric Unit)

6/6

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

9.

APU, Feizy

FOE/SW/09/10/205635

Business Education

6/6

Caught with relevant material during EDU 411 in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contact with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

10.

PINA, Ekpedure

FOE/SW/10/11/197255

 

Social Science Education (Political Science Unit)

6/6

Caught with relevant material during EDU 213 in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contact with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

11.

ABOBADE. Oluwafunmi Hannah

FOE/SW/11/12/205699

Social Science Education (Economics Education)

5/5

Caught with relevant information of the course being examined on her palm in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contacts with effect from 2016 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2019 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled.

12.

EKPO, Ijeoma Josephine

FOE/SW/10/11/190996

Physical and Health Educ12ation

4/4

Caught with relevant on her school fees printout during PHE 311 in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contacts with effect from 2014 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2017 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled. This report supersedes the earlier one published on 7th to 30th April 2015.

13.

ICHIPI, Esegbuyota

FOE/SW/10/11/190870

Physical and Health Education

4/4

Caught with relevant material in the examination hall.

Rusticated for three (3) contact with effect from 2014 academic contact. She is to resume studies with effect from the 2017 academic contact. All examination written within the period of penalty should be cancelled. This report supersedes the earlier one published on 7th to 30th April 2015.

CORRECTION OF DATE OF RESUMPTION OF STUDIES

S/N

NAME/MATRIC NO.

DEPARTMENT

LEVEL

ALLEGED CHARGE

PENALTY

1.

USIOVWERHENE E. Precious

FOS/13/14/220507

Mathematics and Computer science (Maths. Unit)

200

Caught with his school fees print out bearing relevant information (magic pen) in the examination hall

Rusticated for eight (8) semesters (two semesters for refusal to appear before the panel) with effect from second semester of 2013/2014 academic session and to resume studies with effect from second semester of 2017/2018 academic session

APPOINTMENTS: CORRECTION OF NAMES

In our publication of Monday, March 20, 2017 the name of the new Acting Head of department, Private Law was published as Dr. K.O. Mragbure.  The correct name is hereby published as follows:

DEPARTMENT

NAME

POSITION

DURATION

Private Law

Dr. K.O. Mrabure

Ag. Head of Department

March 15, 2017 – February 28, 2018

THIOUGHTS OF THE MOMENT

Ø  Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.

Ambrose Redmoon

Ø  The nation suffers, which has no sense of history.

J. F. Ade Ajayi

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