Management of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree said it has approved virtual matriculation for all ND1 Daily Part Time (DPT) students for 2019/2020 academic session of the Institution.
This was disclosed in a release signed by the school’s Registrar, Mr. B.M. Salawu, said all the affected students are urged to create private ‘Zoom Account’ that they will use to participate in the online Matriculation exercise.
The students, according to the Registrar are expected to pay their approved School Fees with their Debit Cards and complete their Course Registrations before 30th July, 2020.
The release noted that any ND 1 student who refused to pay the School Fees and participate in the virtual Matriculation exercise will lose his/her studentship.
“Time and other details of the Matriculation will be communicated to the students through their personal contacts and emails” the release added.
“In the light of this, parents and guardians are admonished to ensure that their wards pay the required school fees, create the zoom account and participate actively in the virtual be matriculation, so that they would not forfeit the offer of admission”.
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