Tuesday, March 29, 2016 6:51 pm
The Yaba College of Technology, Lagos on Tuesday reopened for academic activities after a four-week break to mourn the death of a final year student, who died on Feb. 10.
Students trooped in to complete their undertaking forms and collected examination dockets.
Security was beefed-up on the campus, as only students with the institution’s identity cards were allowed in.
Some students were seen rushing to their various course supervisors to submit undertaking forms and were collecting their examination dockets.
In a female hostel, ‘`Akada hall’, scores of students were seen queuing up for allocation of bed spaces.
An ND II, Business Administration student, Miss Adebamigbe Fadaini, told NAN that she was very happy to be back on campus.
Fadaini said she spent the break to read and prepare hard for the examination.
“I have completed my registration and collected examination docket, the process is very simple.
“I just want to be through with the examination once and for all, because we have wasted a lot of time this session.
“I am very happy to be back on campus,’’ Fadaini said.
Another student, an HND I, Micro Biology student, Miss Toyosi Adekanye, commended the college’s management for reopening the college.
Adekanye said that she was ready for the examination but urged the management to provide basic amenities during the examination period.
“I am happy to be back on campus because back home, there were so many distractions from reading.
“I have filled the undertaking form and also collected my examination docket, everything is ready for the examination,’’ she said.