These may not be the best days for students of University of Jos, Plateau State as the school authorities have made it known that those whose exam scripts were burnt during the Saturday fire incident would rewrite their courses.
TheSheet.ng had earlier reported that the students and entire university community were left bewildered following a fire incident at the Library Complex, Naraguta Campus on Saturday, October 8, 2016.
Among the affected structures were the Main Library in the Complex, the Faculty of Social Sciences and some Departments in the Faculty of Management Sciences.
In a statement issued by the school Registrar, Monday M. Danjem, the Senate of the University of Jos has approved the resumption of the postponed First Semester Examinations for the 2015/2016 Session.
He said: “All Students whose Faculties were affected by the fire incident are advised to liaise with their respective Heads of Department who will direct them appropriately on the Halls where they are expected to write their Examinations.
“All such affected Students are also to please note that all First Semester 2015/2016 Session Examinations earlier written but which Answer Scripts were burnt during the inferno, will now be rescheduled to a later date to be communicated to them by their respective Heads of Department.”
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