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ATBU Graduates 337 First Class Students

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ATBU Graduates 337 First Class Students

Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) has awarded first-class honors to 337 students. The university is getting ready to have its convocation ceremony, which will see 19,252 students graduate.

ATBU Graduates 337 First Class Students

The university will also be graduating its first class of twenty-five medical physicians. This was revealed by Vice-Chancellor Professor Muhammad Ahmad Abdulazeez on Monday during the pre-convocation press conference at the Senate Chamber on the Gubi Campus.

He broke down the 19,252 graduates, stating that 5, 489 had Second Class Upper, 7, 241 had Second Class Lower, 1, 867 had Third Class, and 526 had Pass.

An additional examination of the graduates’ qualifications revealed that they belonged to the following classes: 404 diplomas, 15,460 bachelor’s degrees, 1,653 postgraduate diplomas, 1,559 master’s degrees, and 176 doctorates.

The Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University is set to conduct its 26th, 27th, 28th, and 29th Combined Convocation ceremony from February 22 to 24, 2024,” Prof. Abdulazeez said during the briefing. The success of this endeavor will depend on the collaboration of all parties involved in the education sector.

On Thursday, February 22, 2024, the simultaneous convocation ceremony will begin with the commissioning of 19 distinct projects that have been finished during the previous four years. The campuses of Yelwa and Gubi are home to these projects. Several dignitaries are invited to commission these projects.

These include the three senators who represent Bauchi State, the governor of Katsina State, His Excellency, Dr. Dikko Umaru Radda, the executive governor of Bauchi State, Professor Tahir Mamman, the honorable minister of education, and Dr. Ali Pate, the honourable minister of health.

Furthermore, a convocation lecture is scheduled for Friday, February 23, 2024, at 4:00 p.m. at the Yelwa Campus lecture hall, which has a seating capacity of 1000. The talk will be given by Media Studies Professor Umar Pate on the subject of “Education and Nigeria’s National Integration in the Digital Age: Matters Arising.”

“An exhibition from various university departments will take place at the same venue in tandem with the lecture to highlight some of our research and fabrication breakthroughs.”

“In the end, the University Senate has given its approval for five notable Nigerians to receive honorary doctorates, which they will receive on convocation day.

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