A total of 4500 candidates sat for the Nasarawa State University’s Faculty of Administration postgraduate qualifying examination.
According to Adamu Abdullahi, one of the supervisors, “out of the 4,500 registered candidates, 1,000 were for M.Sc programmes and the remaining 3,500 candidates were for both PGD and MBA programmes, repectively.”
“The coordinator of this year’s postgraduate qualifying examination is one to applaud as we recorded a hitch-free exercise, unlike in the previous years where the whole candidates who applied for Masters and Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) across all the faculties came for the screening on the same day,” Adamu Abdullahi added.
In all the faculties where the qualifying examination was written, all the academic staff were engaged in invigilation alongside some NYSC members. Security was also beefed up in order to avoid hitches during the process.
The screening exercise began at 9am at the various designated faculties where the examination was taken.
John, a candidate who sat for Business Administration Management said, “the examination was well organised despite the large number of people who sat for the examination.”
Terrwanger is a 400-level Mass Communication student at NSUK
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