Federal College of Education Pankshin matriculates students into her 2015/2016 academic session

Authority of the Federal College of Education Pankshin has matriculated 3,428 students into the National Certificate of Education with a call on them to abide by the rules and regulations guiding the institution. Acting Provost of the College threw the challenge while addressing the newly matriculated Students at the College auditorium.

Administering the oath on the matriculating Students before the address of the Provost, oath Commissioner Barr. Fwangshak Nanribet employed the Students to take seriously the content of the oath as going against it has consequences. Formally admitting the Students into the College, the acting Provost said academic activities are never compromised going by the motto of the institution, which is excellence in Service.

The Provost stressed that the Students having being screen tested and found worthy to take the challenge of training in the teaching profession to count themselves lucky as the College has manpower to empower them with the needed skills and knowledge by experts that will guide them throughout their teaching life carrier. Admission officer of the College, Hajiya Zainab Mohammed said the total number of 3,428 Students comprising 1,825 male 1,603 female Students where formally admitted in the 2015/2016 academic session. She appreciated all stakeholders for their roles in the admission process and urged the Students to settle down and face their primary assignments with all determination. The matriculating Students, Parents and managements celebrated the events with dances displayed.

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