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TASU Notice to New Students on GST, 2022/2023

Latest: TASU Notice to New Students on GST, 2022/2023

This is to inform the newly admitted students (2022/2023 session) that the payment platform on the STUDENT PAGE, tagged Pay CBT Fees covers the registration for GST courses.

Students are advised to do the following to register for GST courses:

1. Pay school fees. 2. Select courses.

3. Pay CBT fees.

4. Print the course registration form. 5. Make sure the courses on the course registration form are correct.

6. Take the registration form to the Directorate of General Studies to have the section for GST courses signed. Once a student has paid the fees and printed the course registration form, there is

NO ANY OTHER payment again for the course Registration Form to be signed

(at the Directorate of General Studies).


1. Any student that has not paid the Fees CAN NOT pay the CBT Fees.

2. ONLY those that have paid their fees FULLY will be able to write any of the

GST CA Tests and Examinations

4. Payment for any Student Association/Union dues or levies is NOT a condition for signing GST Course(s)

5. No student should pay CASH to anybody (either outside or within the University) in the name of registration for GST course(s)

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Earlier: TASU Important Notice to Final Year Students

Management of Taraba State University (TASU) has released an important notice to all final year students in the institution. The notice reads;

This is to inform all the students (currently in the final year and spill over) that the Vice-Chancellor has graciously approved a SPECIAL EXAMINATION for those that failed (CO) the course tittled Peace and Conflict Resolution with the code GST 305. The import for this approval for the special examination is to allow the students that are “carrying over” the course to write it in the first semester of 2021/2022 and clear it once and for all. This gesture is also to afford all the spilled over students to graduate in the first semester of 2021/2022 instead of waiting to write the (GST 305 Peace and Conflict Resolution) in the second semester as GST 304 (Peace and Conflict Resolution).

I am very hopeful that the concerned students will grab this UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY without delay. The affected students are therefore advised to liaise with their departmental Head who is to submit their names to the Directorate of General studies no later than 17th February 2023.

NB : The Directorate of GST will not entertain any complaints or excuse in respect of this after the date given (17th February 2023).

Thank you.


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