The Dean Faculty of Education, Prof. Benjamin Ladani, has admonished LVT pioneer students to be good ambassadors of FUDMA wherever they found themselves.
The Dean Faculty of Education Prof. Benjamin Ladani
Prof. Ladani gave the advice inhis opening remarks at the orientation of the newly admitted LVT students held on 15th October 2018 in the University auditorium.
The Dean assured the new students that the University would provide them with all needed facilities that will make the
programme rich and admirable.
In a welcome address, the Director of Continuing Education Centre, Dr. Sunday, charged the pioneer students to give the Centre and their lecturers the required support and cooperation for the success of the programme.
The Director Continuing Education Centre Dr. Sunday
The Director who expressed appreciation to the Acting Vice Chancellor for the support he is giving to the Centre from inception, warned the students against social vices.
He described the orientation as part of university culture aimed at giving new students the necessary information in order to prepare them to benefit maximally from the human and material resources in the University.
As part of the orientation exercise, papers were presented by different scholars to guide the students on the rules and regulations of the University they must abide by.

The Head of Department Educational Foundations, Dr. A.A Bagudu, warned the students against cultism, examination malpractice, impersonation, stealing and rioting.
Dr. Bagudu, who presented a paper on Students’ Code of Conducts and Ethics in Nigerian Universities, said Students should read and understand the University Code of conducts to serve as a guide to their successful stay in FUDMA.
The University Librarian Dr. Babangida Umar Dangani, who was represented at the occasion by the Assistant librarian Miss. Tihyaunin Dang, presented a paper on the uses of library.
Representative of FUDMA librarian Miss. Tihyaunin Dang presenting a paper during the orientation programme
He said the library was established to support learning and research.
The Director of Centre for Adult and Nomadic Education, Dr. Muhammed Sanda, said seventy five percent mark in attendance is the set requirement for continuous assessment.
Dr. Umar Sanda, who presented a paper on “Expected behavior and University Grading System stressed that the students must also undergo a text of knowledge and ability through a systematic design to evaluate their understanding by the end of every semester in each subject or field.

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