Presentation on theme: "INTERACTIVE MEETING WITH 100L STUDENTS & STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVES."— Presentation transcript:
INTERACTIVE MEETING WITH 100L STUDENTS & STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVES
VICE - CHANCELLOR'S ADDRESS AT AN INTERACTIVE MEETING HELD WITH 100L STUDENTS AND STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVES ON WEDNESDAY, 22ND OCTOBER, 2014.
Late Comers will not be admitted into the Hall Neatly and formally dressed
Float Round the Campus : 27th October, 2014 Technology Fair: Opening Ceremony - Wednesday 29th October (10.00am) Closing Ceremony - Thursday 30th October (12.00noon) Football Match: Wednesday, 29th October (4.00pm) Bellstech Football Team Versus Crescent University Football Team Convocation Lecture: Friday, 31st October (1.00pm) Guest Speaker : Dr. Olusegun O. Aganga, CON "Emergence of Nigeria as Africa's Leading Economy: Challenges for the Future" Convocation Play: Friday, 31st October (5.00pm) This is Our Chance by James Ene Henshaw Convocation Ceremony: Saturday, 1st November, 2014 (10.00am)
University's Regulations + Dress Code: Wearing of ID Cards; No keeping of Beards; Use of Exeat, Comportment. Details in the Handbook Social Activities - Joint Responsibilities Attitude - Learn to be Civil in all aspects including congregating in the middle of the road Religious Worship on Campus: Catholics - Edozien Lecture Theatre Non - Catholics - Hall D, COLMANS The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Drug abuse and addiction
i) Security Matters: > University's Main Gate on Idi - Iroko Road to be commissioned on Friday, 31st October, > The Gate on Bells Drive would be locked. ii) Healthy Living: > No carrying of food into the rooms. Eating must be in the Cafeteria or Place of Purchase. iii) Construction of a Commercial Concourse ( Phase 1 ) to accommodate Six (6) to Seven (7) Vendors, all of whom are those opposite the gate or already cooperating within the Campus. Thereafter, no Student would be allowed to go out and patronize any food Vendor. iv) Energy Matters: > Power Supply from the National Grid has dropped drastically. > Dependence on Generators > Proposal to have an IPP on Campus. Discussion is on going > Henceforth, power will be switched off in the Halls of Residence between 9.00am and 4.00pm. > Priorities would be to Academic Areas and Offices v) BUSA Week and Professional Activities - All to hold on Campus
i) Academic Calendar: 2014/ 2015 Academic Year FIRST SEMESTER LECTURE 6 th OCTOBER, 2014 – 24 th JANUARY, 2015 Christmas Break22 nd December, - 4 th January, 2015 Matriculation for New Students11 th January, 2015 First Semester Examinations26 th January, - 14 th February, 2015 First Semester Break14 th – 27 th February, 2015 Second Semester Lectures2 nd March, - 5 th June, 2015 Second Semester Examinations8 th - 20 th June, 2015 End of Session27 th June, 2015
ii) Registration with Penalty ends on 14 th November. iii)Add or Delete Form: Closing Date iv) Attendance at Lectures: Regulation: 80% Attendance as Criterion to sit for Semester Examinations v) Staff Adviser / Counseling at Departmental Level vi) Leave of Absence From the University: > Medical Reasons > Financial / Other Reasons vii) Change of Programme: Procedure viii) Semester / Sessional Results: Check your results and confirm outstanding Courses. ix) Review of Academic Units: Colleges, Departments and Programmes – Repositioning as part of 10 th Year Anniversary x) SIWES Outside the Country: Conditions
I thank you all for listening. Professor Isaac Adebayo ADEYEMI, FAS Vice - Chancellor Bells University of Technology, Ota 21 th October, 2014.