FUNAAB Resumes On May 16 For Second Semester of 2019/2020 Session - EDU-BIZNEWS


Saturday, May 15, 2021

FUNAAB Resumes On May 16 For Second Semester of 2019/2020 Session

All students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta have been asked to resume this Sunday, 16th of May for the commencement of the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic session

The students are advised to adhere strictly to all the COVID-19 protocols laid down by the university 

"Students are therefore enjoined to always wear their face masks, wash and sanitize their hands regularly at designated places while on campus. Students are also to strictly follow the seating arrangements in the Lecture Halls and Classrooms in line with social distancing policy for COVID-19 protocols"

Registrar, Dr.Bola Adekola, FCIDA, FCIA in a statement made available to Edu-Biznews on Saturday in Abeokuta by the University's Head, Directorate of Public Relations, Kola Adepoju, said that the date and adjustment were approved by the Senate of FUNAAB at its meeting of Tuesday 11th May, 2021

The Senate in the approved revised Academic calendar for the 2019/2020 Session, made some amendments to the existing arrangements in the delivery of lectures and the conduct of practical classes for all Undergraduate students of the University. 

In the fresh adjustment, "all 100 and 200 Level Courses will continue to run on VIRTUAL MODE while Physical lectures will be run for other Levels 300 Level and final  year students" 

Also 400 Level B AGRIC students are to continue their Farm Practical Year while those in 400 Level Engineering and 300 Level Science Classes are to proceed or continue their SIWES activities in line with their curricular and are therefore not expected in Classes.

According to the statement, "All practical classes for all the Levels are however to be held in physical forms in the designated laboratories on campus". 

"Practical classes for 100 Level shall be conducted in batches as students shall be grouped to avoid large number attending at the same time."

 "Each group shall be informed of days and time for their practical classes on the campus", the statement added 

" All lectures for 100-500 Level courses in Veterinary Medicine shall be held physically on Campus. while all the School Hostels for Undergraduate shall be opened to students and will be made available on first come-first served basis", it stated 

Interested students are advised to apply for bed space online following the usual procedure through the university portal. 

Hostel accommodation shall however be granted in line with COVID-19 protocol arrangements.
The University's Senate in the statement, urged all students and their Parents/Guardians  to take note of  the  information in the adjusted calendar for the session

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