The Vice-Chancellor of Chrisland University, Abeokuta in Ogun State Prof. Chinedum Babalola has given out the reason why female students made first class saying that female are more focused on their academics than their male counterparts.
This was said during the Institution's 2020 convocation ceremony, with five first class graduates being girls out of 28 graduates in the University.
The University which was established in 2015 has its motto as intellectual radiance.
The Vice-Chancellor also related the same scenario to one of Nigeria's premium institution, the University of Ibadan in which female students also made the first class degree more than the male students.
According to reporters at the campus ahead of the ceremony today, Thursday 26th November 2020, the Proffesor said the best students scored over 5 in their Grade Point Aggregates(GPA).
Prof. Babalola also explained that the academic calender has not been disrupted despite the Corona virus pandemic outbreak being the first University to start virtual class and virtual matriculation.
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