The Vice Chancellor of Skyline University of Nigeria (SUN), Kano, Professor Ajith Kumar V V, has said that 54 students graduated with first class in its combined maiden convocation ceremony for the class of 2022 and 2023.
Speaking at the convocation ceremony at the weekend in Kano, the VC said the institution produced 197 graduates, with 100 students bagging second-class upper, while 43 graduated with second-class lower.
Professor Kumar, while congratulating the graduates for a successful journey in their academic pursuit, said Skyline’s maiden convocation was a milestone that set the stage for a future filled with limitless possibilities and extraordinary achievements.
He said, “I wish to congratulate all the graduates of both 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 sessions who will be conferred with degrees cutting across various disciplines after satisfying the committee of examiners and the senate for the awards.
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“The university, and no doubt your families, are very proud of your achievements. It marks the realisation of a long-cherished dream. This achievement is a testament to the institution’s unwavering determination towards excellence in higher education.”