— ALAO, Afeez Oluwatamilore & OGUNLANA, Rukayat
The 2020/2021 new-admitted students on Monday, June 14th, began their physical clearance and admission process following the online JAMB Central Administration Processing System(CAPS) authentication.
As it is mandatory for every student, the clearance process introduces fresh students to their Level Adviser and supposedly serves as a starting point of revealing firsthand information, in terms of lecturer assessment, departmental timetable as well as giving explanations on issues of concerns —the physical clearance, however, seek to register students courses upon the approval of the upon level advisor’s approval.
Abdulazeez Ridwanullah, a Physiology student at the faculty of Basic Medical Sciences feels it’s been good to a large extent. “I find it stress-free”, he says. Although it has been difficult to get a Keke (Tricycle) that will convey us back to P.S ( Permanent Site). “My expectation tally with what I met,” he added.
Olawuyi Ponmile Ilatomiwa, a new-admitted student of mass communication while trying to make the most of the whole experience says, “So far, I feel relieved. I just expect the best for myself.”
While the admission clearance involves the upload of documents as part of the admission process for an admitted candidate — the University registration instructions are explained therein.
Agbabiaka Olaoluwa Abiodun ascertained another concern. “Our course hasn’t been defined by our LA so I have been to school just once since we resumed. Either way, all I’m concerned about right now is to get the clearance and move on.”