The Islamic Medical Foundation of Nigeria, School of Health Technology, has matriculated 294 students for 2020/2021 academic session.
The Principal of the School, Malam Aminu Yusuf Gidado, who disclosed this during the matriculation in Tudun Wada, Kaduna State, urged the students to abide by the school’s regulations and take their studies seriously to match the school’s history in academic excellence.
According to him, students from the school had produced some of the best results in the country at the 2020 National Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria (CHPRBN) examination. He said the school scored 97 percent in Community Health Extension Workers (CHEW) with 29 students obtaining credits while the school scored 100 percent in Diploma in Health Information Management (HIM).
The principal also said the school now offers Higher National Diploma in Environmental Technology, and urged parents to ensure their wards take advantage of the course so as to protect their environments.