UNIBEN Produces 64 First Class As 6000 Students Graduate

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The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Faraday Orumwense, of

the University of Benin has disclosed that 64 out of

6,000 first degree graduates in the 2013/2014

academic session came out in the first class


1,671 would graduate in second class upper

division, and 4,346 in second class lower, adding

that 1, 014 made third class and three persons with

pass result.

Mr. Orumwense announced that activities for the

institution’s 41st convocation and its 45th Founders’

Day celebration would begin on Monday and end on

Nov. 28.

268 Diplomas, 541 Post Graduate Diplomas, 2, 212

Masters Degrees and 382 Doctorates will also be

awarded during the ceremony.

It was also disclosed that the Emir of Kano,

Muhammadu Sanusi II, will be formally installed as

the 9th Chancellor of the institution while Inspector

General of Police, Solomon Arase and Prof. Osato

Giwa-Osagie, would be conferred with Honorary

degrees for their contributions to nation building.



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