TCN Would Dismiss any Students in any Form of Clandestine Association – Provost

Dr. Okwudili Nwosu, the Provost of the College of Education, Nsukka (TCN),  has cautioned newly admitted students of the college to desist from examination malpractice and drug abuse, saying the college has zero tolerance policy for vices that could jeopardize the smooth running of the institution.

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Speaking at the 9th matriculation ceremony of the college held at Nsukka, Enugu State, Dr. Nwosu, said the school would dismiss any student that engages in any form of clandestine association, especially cultism, adding that the school management has provided a modern cyber café, E-library and ultra-modern campus-wide internet network in the two campuses of the school at Old Army Barracks, Nsukka and Ibagwa-Ani.

He urged students to register for their courses online, adding that 75 per cent attendance of all lectures is key to writing any examination in the school.





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