In her valedictory discourse, charged the class of 2018 to take a stab at greatness as; UI produces 241 first class they started another voyage throughout everyday life.
No less than 241 first class alumni of Nigeria’s most established bastion of learning, University of Ibadan (UI), have been; granted with First Class degree in the 2017/2018 scholarly session.
Teacher Abel Olayinka, UI’s Vice Chancellor revealed that the Faculty of Science had the most noteworthy number of First Class at 46, trailed by; the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry with 38 and the Faculty of Technology with 27.
The breakdown of graduates for the 2017/2018 session demonstrated 1,966 understudies had Second Class Upper (Division), 4,206, Second Class Lower (Division), 625 Third Class, 82 Pass and 310 unclassified. The 71st Convocation function will observer a complete producing of 7,430 understudies.
He stated, “A further breakdown of the graduating list shows that 3.38 percent and 27.61 percent of our understudies completed with; First Class and Second Class Upper (Division) Honors, individually. A unique acknowledgment must be; given to one of our understudies who completed with an ideal Cumulative Grade Point Average of 7.0. She is Ofure Mary Ebhomielen of the Department of Computer Science”.
Miss Ofure Mary Ebhomielen of the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science was; the cynosure of everyone’s eyes on Tuesday as she was; introduced as the best graduating understudy at the 2019 Convocation service.
Ebhomielen, who graduated with the most elevated Cumulative Grade Point Average, CGPA of 7.0 got a booming applause when she was; displayed to guardians and well-wishers at the function.
In her valedictory discourse, charged the class of 2018 to take UI produces 241 first class a stab at greatness as; they started another voyage throughout everyday life.
Olayinka in his comments stated, “Ofure Mary Ebhomielen is the fourth individual ever to have acquired impeccable Cummulative Grade Point Average (7.0 out of 7.0) in the 71-year history of the University of Ibadan and the principal female. This merits celebrating and we are for sure pleased with her. The world is presently under your feet, Mary, go for the skies while we continue praising you.”