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UNIBEN 43rd Convocation Ceremony Coming Soon As 100 Bag First Class

University of Benin, UNIBEN 43rd Convocation Ceremony Coming Soon As 100 Bag First Class as released by the University management.

About 9,993 graduands will be awarded various diploma and degrees at the forthcoming 43rd convocation ceremony of University of Benin and out of the total graduands, 100 will be awarded the first class degrees.This ceremony has been scheduled to hold on 24th November, 2017.

According to the UNIBEN Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Faraday Orumwense, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Benin while briefing newsmen on activities lined up for the convocation and the 47th Founders’ Day celebration, 100 of the graduating students would be awarded First class degrees.

In a further breakdown of the results, the VC said 1,843 students will graduate with Second class upper while 4,607 made Second class lower degrees.

He said other classes of degrees to be awarded were 1,351 Third class, 188 diplomas, two certificates, 527 unclassified and 152 postgraduate diplomas.

One of the graduands will receive an aegrotat degree, which, in some universities, is a medical certificate or a degree or credit awarded when illness has prevented a student from taking examinations, etc.

“A total of 1120 would be awarded masters’ degrees and 102 awarded doctorate degrees.

“The four-day event will include project inauguration, as well as conferment of honorary degrees on three distinguished personalities,’’ the vice-chancellor said.

The personalities to be conferred with honorary degrees, he said, included Prof. Grace Alele-Williams and Dr George Agbonlahor.

Orunmwense said that Prof Louis Ojogwu, a senior professor of the institution, would be conferred with the title of Professor Emeritus. (NAN)

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