PAGES 1, 2 and 4
FOR all those currently in year 1 and above (FULL-TIME STUDENTS)
1.They will resume the 29th JANUARY 2021.
2.The current year 1 will have their MATRICULATION CEREMONY on the 16th February. (This info was given as ORIENTATION in the proposed calender but has been corrected in the this approved one).
3.They (all students year 1 and above) will write three (3) semester exams this year (2021).
-8th March 2021 (1st semester 2019/2020 session)
- 12th July 2021 (2nd semester 2019/2020 session)
- 22nd November 2021 (1st semester 2020/2021 session)
4.The defunct 2019/2020 academic session will be concluded with the examination on 6th August 2021.
5.Then there will be observance of the "LONG" vacation (holiday) which will last from 9th to 14th August 2021 ( 6 DAYS ).
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6.The 2020/2021 academic session commences on Sunday 15th August 2021 and
7.The year ends with the conclusion of the 1st semester exams on the 17th December 2021.
8.Then the session continues on 3rd January for the 2nd semester which ends with examinations on the 22nd June 2022.
PAGE 3 OF THE CALENDAR
This page of the calendar is specifically for the FRESHERS (the students that will be admitted in the 2020/2021 academic session).
1.They are expected to resume (arrive campus) on Sunday 11th April 2021.
2.They'll write two (2) semester exams
-26th July 2021 (1st semester 2020/2021 session)
-22nd November 2021 (2nd semester 2020/2021 session)
3. A new calendar will be released for the 2021/2022 academic session by then. Then it would be determined if they will have a "LONG" holiday or not.
1. Basically we'll have two YEAR ONE set of students
YEAR 1A - Those who are currently year one
YEAR 1B - Those who will be admitted and will resume on the 11th April 2021.
2. Although while the YEAR 1A will be writing their Year two First Semester Exams on the 22nd November.
YEAR 2B students will be writing their Year One 2nd semester exams.
*This means the year 1A are actually ahead by one semester.*
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