Be Disciplined -Babcock University's V.C Urges Matriculated Students - EDU-BIZNEWS


Friday, September 10, 2021

Be Disciplined -Babcock University's V.C Urges Matriculated Students

Newly 3,411 matriculated students of the Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State have been charged to  imbibe the principle of discipline for them to be successful in their chosen careers 

President and Vice-Chancellor of the Nigeria's premier private university, Prof.Ademola Tayo gave the charge during the matriculation ceremony for the 2020/2021 academic session 

The Vice-Chancellor sounded it loud and clear that the Institution would never  accept failure as an excuse from any of the students, asking them to shun immoral acts and exhibit high level of discipline, hard work, determination and put God first in their activities to ensure a  successful academic journey  
He described the new students as  the luckiest among thousands of candidates that applied to Babcock University, saying the Institution offers not only a holistic education that won her the global award for five consecutive years but also prepares students to think critically and select the opportunities they need in order to succeed in their chosen careers 

The Vice-Chancellor urged them to attend classes regularly, fulfill all assignments and participate in all quizzes, tests and examination
His words, "there is no greatness with out the element of discipline, hard work, determination and the recognition of God in who we are and what  we do "

"This, therefore, is the reason Babcock University will give you all the needed support to achieve your dreams. We will model you to be worthy ambassadors of the nation, your parents and Babcock University. We assure you we will not fail or falter in this high calling", he assured

Also speaking Senior Vice President,(Academics), Prof.Philemon Amanze congratulated the students and parents while reminding them that Babcock University was an Institution where failure was not an excuse 

He enjoined them to brace up for the rigour of academic studies and dare to be different and become agent of change 

Similarly South West Zonal Coordinator of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB, Mr.Aliyu Kolawole Jubril equally urged them to appreciate the reason for coming to the university, stressing the need for the students to be disciplined, hardworking and appreciate God to succeed in their chosen careers  

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