KSU Updates – 2014/2015 Revised Academic Calendar
Kogi State University (KSU) 2014/2015 Revised Academic Calendar at was embarked on by the workers’ union of the university which has been called off (read more here). All students of the university are hereby informed. Below is the revised academic calendar for the remaining parts of the 2014/2015 session as released by the management of KSU: ... Continue Reading
Kogi State University (KSU) 2014/2015 Revised Academic Calendar
at was embarked on by the workers’ union of the university which has been called off (read more here). All students of the university are hereby informed.
Below is the revised academic calendar for the remaining parts of the 2014/2015 session as released by the management of KSU:
Monday 27/04/15 – Lectures resume for all students
Saturday 24/05/15 – Lectures end (11 weeks of lecture)
Saturday 30/05/15 – Revision week
Monday 01/06/15 – GST/EDS Exams begin
Monday 08/06/15 – Other exams begin
Saturday 20/06/15 – Other exams end/semester ends
Monday 04/07/15 – Consideration of 1st Semester Exams by Senate
Sunday 16/08/15 – Arrival
Monday 17/08/15 – normal registration/lecture begins
Saturday 29/08/15 – Late registration ends
Friday 12/09/15 – Submission of Registration Forms end
Saturday 07/11/15 – Lectures end (12 weeks of lecture)
Saturday 14/11/15 – Revision week
Monday 16/11/15 – GST/EDS exams begin
Monday 23/11/15 – Other exams begin
Saturday 12/12/15 – Other exams end/Semester ends
Monday 04/01/16 – Consideration of 2nd Semester exam by Senate
The entire community of KSU are implored to adhere to the revised academic calendar.
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Kogi State University (KSU) Lecturers Suspend 2-Month Old Strike
Kogi State University (KSU) striking lecturers have suspended the industrial action. The strike has been ongoing for two months and following this suspension of the strike, the school will resume academic activities.
It would be recalled that the workers embarked on strike when the chairman of SSANU, KSU chapter, Comrade Moses Balogun, said that the workers were suffering from poor welfare and gross mismanagement had reduced the quality of learning in the institution.
He had also went on to blame the university governing council and the management for the unfortunate fall in quality of the institution.
Balogun added that the unions had signed an agreement with the state government in 2009 over the improvement of workers welfare but the government was yet to act on it.
The striking workers had agreed to call off the industrial action after representatives of the Student Union Government (SUG) of the school appealed to them to do so.
Following this development, the management of the university have directed that academic activities resumes immediately.
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