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KWASU and JAMB work together to address pending admissions

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The Kwara State Government has helped the Kwara State University regularize 3,733 pending admission cases with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.

The government also decided to mobilize the university’s graduating Medical Laboratory Science students for the National Youth Service Corps scheme.

The state Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Dr Alabi Afees-Abolore, made the announcement in a press statement published by the ministry’s Press Secretary, Mansurat Amuda-kannike.

Remember that some students previously criticized their inability to participate in the NYSC scheme several years after graduation.

The commissioner stated that the mobilization of MLS students for the NYSC scheme followed an amicable resolution of the disagreement between the Kwara State Government and the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board on regularisation and mobilization for the NYSC scheme.

“Following this amicable resolution, all final year students of the faculty of law of the university have similarly been assured of being enlisted for the Nigerian Law School programme for the 2023 contact session,” he said.

The commissioner, however, called on other state-owned tertiary institutions for simultaneous synergy with the Ministry of Tertiary Education to aid swift intervention on sensitive matters.

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