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FCE EHA-AMUFU Matriculates 1,000 Students For 2016/2017 Academic Session

Federal College of Education in Eha-Amufu, Enugu State, FCE EHA-AMUFU Matriculates 1,000 Students For 2016/2017 Academic Session
Newly Admitted Students  of the Federal College of Education in Eha-Amufu, Enugu State, have been warned against getting involved in cultism and examination malpractice.
The Provost, Prof Benjamin Mbah, said the Anti-corruption Vanguard established in the college by  the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) is empowered to check indiscipline in the college.
Prof Mbah spoke at the college’s 2016/2017 matriculation, where 1,000 students took the oath.
He said any student caught for indiscipline by the anti-corruption body would be punished severely. He also advised the students to study hard, noting that the college would not condone examination malpractice.
He said Exam Ethics Marshal set up by management would be fully involved in the supervision of examinations.
Prof Mbah said: “I am pleased to let you know that ICPC has set up Students’ Anti-corruption Vanguard in this college to wage war against corrupt practices.
The college also set up Exam Ethics Marshal that will monitor the conduct of examinations. I, therefore, warn you against cheating in examination or bribing any lecturer to pass.
Be mindful of the college rules and regulations. Severe penalty awaits anyone who breaches the school rules.”
The provost said the college gave priority to academic excellence, good character and entrepreneurial skills.
He said the students made a wise decision to have chosen the college to pursue their career in education, advising them to prepare for the challenges.
According to him, the award of National Certificate in Education (NCE) does not come without hard work and perseverance. He advised the freshers to hope for success if they were ready to study hard.
Prof Mbah assured the students that the college would create enabling environment to aid their learning. He added that management had provided more blocks of classroom, offices and equipped Information and Communication Technology (ICT) centre to help the students in research.
The college, Prof Mbah said, places premium on ICT knowledge, adding that both staff and the students were expected to be ICT-compliant as he urged the freshers to embrace it.
A parent, Ozor Ezike, from Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area, called on the Federal Government to upgrade the college to degree-awarding institution, pointing out that the college possessed the facility and manpower to be a university.
A physically-challenged girl, Blessing Ani, admitted into the Department of Biology and Computer, promised to give in her best, saying she would not allow her condition to stop her from realising her dream.
She praised the management for finding her worthy of admission, vowing she won’t disappoint her parents’ confidence.

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