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IJMB lauds FUD as VC vows to improve program

The National Coordinating Team of the A’ Level IJMB program has commended Federal University Dutse for the progress made so far in the running of the program at the university.

The IJMB team gave the commendation when they paid a courtesy call on the Vice- Chancellor, Prof. Abdulkarim Sabo Mohammed.

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The team led by Professor A.O. Oyewole who were on a monitoring and evaluations visit to the university said a lot of progress has been recorded by the program in the university compared to their last visit. He attributed the development at the IJMB office in the university to the keen interest shown by the VC toward the success of the programoreuHe said they were impressed with the reception and the hospitality the VC gave his team during the visit adding that it is a sign that the VC takes IJMB seriously.

Prof. Oyewole said at the end of their monitoring and evaluation exercise, they are impressed with the caliber of staff recruited to teach the IJMB students, the offices allocated to the program and the quality of the classes allocated to the program in the university.

He said their visit to the laboratories and library has also shows that IJMB students are seriously using these facilities in the university.

The team leader commended the IJMB Coordinator for his effort in ensuring the success of the program adding that student record need to be improved order to ensure proper documentation.

Prof. Oyewole appealed to the university to increase the admission quota allocated to IJMB students by the university.

In his response the VC thanked the team for their positive impression about the program.

He said he has taken personal interest in the success of the program adding that he pays unscheduled visit to IJMB classes to monitor their lectures just like he does to the regular undergraduate programs.

The VC said he will look into the issue of allocating more admission quotas to the program. He said by the time the National team visit the university again, more progress would have been recorded.

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