At this term of the year, nearly every University should have conducted their Post UTME but, owing to the ongoing ASUU strike, schools have not started offering admissions.
ASUU sets to call off strike as the federal government finally exempts lecturers from IPPIS. (Visit this link for more details. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2020/11/21/asuu-set-to-call-off-strike-as-fg-exempts-lecturers-from-ippis/amp/)
However, All Universities' 100 Level And Final Year Lecturers Should Take Note of This
1. At the tertiary institution, 100 level and final year classes mark the starting and the ending points respectively at the undergraduate level in any field of study, hence they'll be needing more professional attentions. Lecturers should start making their researches now in preparation for their lectures when schools resume.
Lecturers should not forget to revisit the previous lessons they had with their students before schools were shutdown. This will go a long way to rekindle the academic interests of many students.
2. Covid-19 is still real. Lecturers should not forget to abide by Covid-19 protocols as soon as schools resume.
When ASUU strike gets terminated, do you support universities to automatically promote old students and admit new students or, suspend admission processes till further notice? Your opinion is important here. Share your opinion in the comment section below.
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