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216 Students Bag First Class In Covenant University

At Covenant University in Ogun State's 16th Convocation, 216 students received First Class degrees.

Prof. Abiodun Adebayo, the institution's Vice-Chancellor, stated this during his welcome address at the ceremony on Friday.

The theme of CU's 16th Convocation was 'The Release of Eagles 2021.'

According to Adebayo, the school graduated 1400 first-year students and 281 higher-degree students.

“The 216 graduates representing 15.4 percent of our graduands made First Class, 719 graduates representing 51 percent of our graduands today made Upperclass division, 435 graduates representing 31.1 percent of the graduands made Second Class lower division, and 30 graduates representing 2.1 percent made Third Class category,” he said.

Favour Asaka, a female student from the College of Science and Technology's Department of Computer Science, was named the top graduating student with a CGPA of 5.00, according to Adebayo.

Blessing Jimoh of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Eunice Ojutiku of the Economics Department both had a CPGA of 4.93, according to him.

Dr. David Oyedepo, the school's Chancellor, advised the institution's graduates to focus on value addition, employment generation, and other characteristics that will help solve social challenges.

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