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UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN EXPELS 14 STUDENTS FOR EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE                                                                                                         19-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      Management of the University of Ilorin has expelled 14 students of the institution, including five 500 Level students, over various offences.

In a statement the university’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Kunle Akogun, said the students were expelled over examination malpractices.

The statement also said that the Vice Chancellor’s approval of their expulsion was sequel to the recommendations of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee at its 219th meeting held in January this year.

The expelled students also include 400 Level, 300 Level and 100 Level students.

The affected students were drawn from various Faculties and Departments which included Agriculture/Aquaculture
and Fisheries; Agriculture/Agricultural
Extension and Rural Development,
Arts/Linguistics and Nigerian Languages; CIS/Library and Information Science, CIS/ Telecommunication Science.

Others are Education/Adult and
Primary Education Studies, Engineering and Tech/Electrical
and Electronic Engineering, Engr and Tech/ Materials and Metallurgical Engineering as well as Life Science/Zoology.

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