Six students of the federal Polytechnic Nekede(FEDPONEK) Owerri were on the 36th Matriculation of the Polytechnic given scholarship by the Rector of the Institution, Dr. (Mrs.) Cele Njoku.

The students are Chidi Ifeanyi of Electrical Electronics Department, Nwosu Chinonso Paul (Public Admin), Ihekweme Sampson O. (Office Technology Management), Esther Chibor Ogadinma ( Electrical Electronics), Okafor Blessing Ogechukwu (Computer Engineerin Technology), and Onyewuchi Anthonia Amarachi ( Quantity Surveying).

Delivering her Matriculation address, the Rector told the students has rules and regulation and that any offender will be severely punished. She warned them against cultism, indecent dressing, exam malpractice, dirtiness, falling prey of kidnappers, rapist, assassin, robbers and cultist. “Manage your time properly, ensure you attend lectures, do your assignments, tests and examination, never engage in any form of sorting,” she further advised.

She also urged parents and guardians highly involved in the activities and upbringing of their children and wards respectively adding that governing of students is not only the duties of the school authorities.

Njoku finally said that the polytechnic has full synergy with donor agencies like PTDF, TETFUND, NCC, NDPC among others and she added that the alumni association has also been wonderful in partnership with the institution in the bid to achieve excellence.

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