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Combined convocation: 450 bag 1st class from Unilorin

A total of 450 first-class students were among the 25,234 students who graduated from the University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Kwara State, on Wednesday. The Vice…

A total of 450 first-class students were among the 25,234 students who graduated from the University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Kwara State, on Wednesday.

The Vice Chancellor (VC) of the university, Professor Wahab Egbewole, disclosed this while speaking with journalists at the combined 37th and 38th convocation ceremony.

Giving a breakdown of the graduating students, Prof Egbewole said, “We have 14,477 students for the 37th Convocation Ceremonies in the 2020/2021 academic session who will be convoking.

“On the other hand, we shall be graduating 10,757 students for the 38th Convocation Ceremonies for the 2021/2022 academic session.

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“In the First Degree/Diploma category of the 37th Convocation Ceremonies, we have 211 First Class, 4,143 Second Class (Upper Division), 6,570 Second Class (Lower Division), 1,742 Third Class and 30 Pass.”

He further said, “The 37th Convocation Ceremonies also include 151 MBBS graduands, 73 nursing graduands, 18 optometry graduands, 43 veterinary medicine graduands, and 12 graduands with distinction and 27 graduands with pass in pharmacy.

“In summary, the university will be graduating 13,020 for First Degrees/Diplomas. Furthermore, the total number of higher degrees to be awarded at the 37th Convocation Ceremonies is 1,457”.

 

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