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Nasarawa varsity VC assures PhD students of early completion

The Vice-Chancellor of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Professor Suleiman Bala Mohammed, has reassured postgraduate students of the university’s commitment to the prompt completion of their…

The Vice-Chancellor of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Professor Suleiman Bala Mohammed, has reassured postgraduate students of the university’s commitment to the prompt completion of their doctorate degrees.

 Addressing attendees at the End of Course Work Dinner and Award Night organised by the Institute of Governance and Development Studies Security and Strategic Studies (Ph.D.) Course 5 in Abuja, emphasised the need for efficient progress in postgraduate studies.

 Professor Mohammed, who was represented by the Director, IGDS, Prof. Zamani Andrew, expressed his initial concern upon discovering that only two students had defended their Ph.D. theses when he assumed office. However, with renewed efforts and trust in responsible individuals, the university witnessed a significant increase in completed Ph.D. programs, with an additional 99 graduates by the first convocation.

 The Vice-Chancellor acknowledged the Institute of Governance and Development Studies (IGDS) for its role in achieving this feat. He outlined the institute’s efforts to explore the possibilities of engaging university lecturers and industry practitioners in training individuals for university degrees.

Professor Mohammed encouraged Ph.D. graduates to take advantage of postgraduate fellowships, enabling them to return to the university to teach and conduct research.

  The Class Governor, Dr. Peter Olumuji, congratulated the graduates who successfully defended their theses and emphasised the importance of using the Ph.D. award to bridge divides and contribute positively to the nation.

 

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