Dr Uduak Ukekpe, Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Ukana, Akwa Ibom, said management would not fail to sanction any student whose behaviour flaunts the rules and regulations of the polytechnic.
Ukekpe said this on Tuesday during the fifth matriculation ceremony of the institution.
He cautioned matriculating students of the institution against indulging in cultism, examination malpractices and other antisocial vices.
“I advise you to be law abiding, shun cultism, face your studies squarely, live harmoniously with other students, staff and obey the rules and regulations of the polytechnic,” Ukekpe said.
The rector urged the new students to be diligent, hardworking and focused on their academics.
He said that a total of 47 students were admitted into the National Diploma programmes in Computer Science and Statistics.
Ukekpe noted that the institution had put in place facilities that would make teaching and learning easy for students and lecturers.
He added that the polytechnic was well-equipped with digital library that would help students with their studies.
Edited By: Chinyere Bassett/Razak Owolabi
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