After setbacks brought on by Boko Haram assaults and industrial unrest between workers and administration, the Adamawa State College is about to graduate 92 first-class college students.
Vice-Chancellor of the college, Prof Kaletapwa Farauta, who disclosed this, mentioned 11,533 different college students will even be graduating.
The occasion, scheduled for Saturday, March 13, would be the Fifth-Thirteenth mixed convocation involving the previous 9 units of scholars of the college.
Prof Kaletapwa Farauta gave the indications Friday morning throughout a press convention on the college essential campus in Mubi, saying, “After a sequence of concerted efforts, Adamawa State College, Mubi, is about to lastly graduate 9 units of scholars.
She defined that the graduands comprise 10,771 undergraduates and 1,079 postgraduates.
She gave the breakdown of the graduands as First Class 92, Second Class Higher 482, Second Class Decrease 4,975; Third Class 2,384; Cross 291.
She added that 21 shall be graduating with PhD, 482 with Grasp’s; and that there shall be 318 graduating with postgraduate diploma (PGD).
The Adamawa State College which was established in 2002 by the state authorities when Mr Boni Haruna was governor, suffered Boko Haram invasion in 2014.
The insurgents who seized the enitre Mubi South and Mubi North LGAs, made the college their Headquarters, with the Senate Constructing as their administrative block and the VC’s workplace because the Boko Haram commander’s workplace.
After the Boko Haram components have been chased out, staff’ strikes turned the order of the day till the whole administration workers have been swept out and the present VC and different members of her workforce have been appointed, first on an performing capability in 2017 and extra just lately, on a everlasting foundation.
The VC who mentioned the state authorities and Tertiary Schooling Belief Fund (TETFund) had performed a lot to rebuild the college after the Boko Haram invasion of 2014, added that industrial concord had lengthy returned after constant endeavours to revive workers privileges and rights.