Ahead of its 26th convocation ceremony, the Federal University of Technology, Minna, has announced that it produced 34 first class and 35 PhD graduates in the 2015/2016 session.
Musbau Adewumi Akanji, vice-chancellor of the university, made this known to journalists on Thursday.
Out of the total 3,734 graduating students, he said 790 graduating students obtained second class upper division.
Akanji said that 2,788 will receive first degrees, 637 will be awarded masters degrees, 3 will bag PhDs while another 274 will be awarded postgraduate diplomas.
“For this year’s occasion, we have a total of 3,734 graduating students. Of this number, 2,788 will receive First degrees while 637 will be awarded Masters degrees. Thirty-five others will bag PhDs while another 274 will be awarded Postgraduate Diplomas.”
The vice chancellor also noted that the university will no longer award pass degrees to students despite the fact that 70 graduating students attained the degree.
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