DELSU To Hold Convocation Yearly —Vice Chancellor

by DENNIS OTU
THE Vice Chancellor of Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, Professor Victor Peretomode has said that the authorities of the University were doing everything to ensure that convocations are held every year in the institution like it is done in other civilized world.
The VC disclosed this recently while speaking to newsmen in his office at Abraka.
According to him, the university has introduced a process whereby certificates will be given to students on convocation day.
In his words, “We are doing everything in DELSU to ensure that convocations are held every year in the institution like we have in other civilized worlds. DELSU has introduced a process whereby certificates will be given to students on convocation day.”
While commending Governor Uduaghan for his contributions towards the progress of the institution, the VC stressed that the institution was also working hard to ensure that technology is introduced into virtually all sectors of the institution.
He noted that when his administration came into operation in December 1st 2014, him and his team hit the ground running by rehabilitating some of the roads that led to the campuses, stressing that his administration has started building a fire service station each in Oleh and Asaba campuses, and that the fire service trucks were ready for the two campuses.
Commenting on alleged crack in the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), DELSU Chapter, Prof. Peretemode said the Union remain as one indivisible union, but noted that it was only some unscrupulous lecturers that were trying to give the Union a bad name.
On cultism he said his administration has constituted two committees on cultism and exam malpractices that deal with erring students, adding that degrees are awarded not only on the basis of academic excellence but also on character.