The Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa today, matriculated over Three thousand students to different accredited departments of the institution for 2022/2023 academic session.
OYO NEWS understands that the matriculation ceremony had in attendance the Ag. Rector, Dr. Gbade Akinteye; Deputy Rector, Mr. Oladeji A.O; Ag. Registrar, Mr. Oladele Oladipo, Ag. Bursar, Mr Segun Oladiipo; Head or works and services, Mr Abeegunde O.O; Deans of Faculties; Directors of the institution’s Directorates; Head of Departments; Students Union leaders; members of staff; parents and guardians of the matriculants.
Addressing the matriculating students, the Ag. Rector, Dr. Gbade advised fresh students to shun deviant behaviours and embrace conduct that reflect the ideals of responsible students and members of the society.
The statement read in part:
“For the 2021/2022 academic session, a total number of 2,673 (1,600 for ND programmes; 386 for ND-DPT; and 687 for HND) were admitted into the institution.
However, for the 2022/2023 session, we are matriculating a total number of 3,380 students (2,004 for ND, 562 for ND-DPT, and 858 for HND). These statistics imply a 26 percent increase when compared to the previous session, making it yet another remarkable progress in the history of the institution.”
Urging them to be focused, he said, “I need to remind you that your journey toward the convocation ceremony is already in motion, and it is important that you do everything required of you to justify your selection out of the numerous students that sought admission into this great citadel of learning. Be sure to complete all necessary registrations, attend lectures promptly, complete all assignments and final project, participate in continuous assessments, field works, and co-curricular activities, among others.”
“At Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, we frown at any form of misconduct and won’t hesitate to sanction erring students. Therefore, we implore you to shun deviant behaviours and vices such as cultism, hooliganism, corruption, among others and embrace behaviors and conduct that reflect the ideals of responsible students and members of the society. I need to further advise you to be modest and decent in your dressing as well as approaches to issues.”
Speaking further, Dr Akinteye assured matriculating students of maximum security on campus, he also admonished matriculating students to seek guidance and advice not only from lecturers but also management and staff of the institution.
Mr. Dele Oladipo, Ag. Registrar of the institution, and the Chief Ceremonial Officer of the program, coordinated the affairs of the program, he also administered the oaths of allegiance to the matriculants.