On 15th July 2021, the management of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto directed all students of the Varsity, through their class representatives, to print out their electronic examination cards as it is required to enter the examination halls.
This information was disclosed in an internal memorandum sent from the office of the Vice-Chancellor, through the examinations monitoring committee (EMC) and signed by the chairman of the committee, Professor Yahaya T. Baba.
The students are, however, asked to print their e-Examinations card from their students portal, and guidelines on the submission for stamping processes have been listed for the class representatives, as the list of the examination monitoring committee members responsible for stamping the cards for various faculties is attached with the memorandum.
Part of the memorandum reads: “Students are instructed to print their examination cards through their portal in the University database generated during the course of registration.
“The following guidelines and schedules should be adhered to:
i. Printing of e-Examination Cards- from Monday 19th to Friday 24th of July, 2021.
ii. Submission of Cards to Examination Monitors (Members of Examinations Monitoring Committee, through the Class Representatives in your Faculty) from Friday 24th to Tuesday 28th of July, 2021.
iii. Collection of Stamped Examination Cards- from Tuesday 28th to Saturday 31st of July, 2021.”
The Chairman of the Examinations Monitoring Committee also advised students to contact the Director, Examinations and Registration, if they encounter any challenges with their course registrations.
“Students that have challenges with registration are advised to contact the Director, Examinations and Registration as soon as possible,” the memorandum stated.
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