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Rivers State Polytechnic – Procedure for Re-Validating Your Studentship



Following students disturbances of Thursday, October 2nd, 2014, the Governing Council and Management of the Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori have directed that a surcharge of N20,000.00 (twenty thousand naira) only be levied on each student. In addition, a portal access charge of N1,000 and bank-charge of N300 will be paid by each student while paying the surcharge, ... Continue Reading

Following students disturbances of Thursday, October 2nd, 2014, the Governing Council and Management of the Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori have directed that a surcharge of N20,000.00 (twenty thousand naira) only be levied on each student.

Rivers State Polytechnic - procedure for Re-Validating Your StudentshipIn addition, a portal access charge of N1,000 and bank-charge of N300 will be paid by each student while paying the surcharge, making a total of N21,300 to be paid into any of the following accounts:

Account Name: Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori

Zenith Bank Acc. No. – 1013729461

Access Bank Acc. No. – 0054968747

1. The student should go to any branch of Access Bank or Zenith Bank and ask to pay Riv. Poly. Surcharge. The student will be asked to supply his or her matriculation number.

2. After paying at the bank, a printout with a unique code will be issued. The student use this code to log into our portal and print out a copy of “Students’ Undertaking of Good Conduct.”

3. The form has to be filled, signed and stamped by Commissioner of Oats/Notary Public and submitted at their departmental Offices  in triplicate. The student is strongly advised to keep a copy of the printout from bank, Bursary receipt and the Undertaking form as this will be used to admit students into Examination.

About Rivers State Polytechnic

Rivers State Polytechnic is a tertiary learning institution in Bori, Khana Local Government Area in Rivers State, Nigeria. It has two campuses, one for the School of Management Sciences and the other for the School of Engineering. It is approved as a state-owned polytechnic by the National Board for Technical Education. In January 2010 the polytechnic introduced a National Diploma course in Mass Communication, for aspiring journalists.

The polytechnic was established by the Rivers State Government in 13 May 1988 to provide instruction and research in applied science, technology, commerce and business management. The Military Governor, Anthony Ukpo, inaugurated the provisional council and his successor, Group Captain Ernest Adeleye signed the edict establishing the Polytechnic on 25 March 1989 and performed the formal ceremony of the institution on 19 May 1990. In 2009 Senator Lee Ledogo Maeba noted that in 2007 he had obtained approval in principle from the Federal Government to upgrade the polytechnic to a Federal institution, but that the state government had yet to follow up on the opportunity.

In August 2009 the acting provost spoke of the problem with cultism among students, and possibly instructors, and described the decisive actions that the polytechnic was taking to combat it. Talking in November 2009 about efforts to clean up the environment from contamination by oil exploitation, Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi said that educational institutes including the polytechnic would assist in ensuring the success of the program.

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