Sokoto Varsity Gets NUC’s Accreditation For All Programmes

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The National Universities Commission (NUC) has given full accreditation to all the eighteen undergraduate degree programmes presented for the accreditation exercise by the Sokoto State University.

This was contained in a summary of results letter presented to the vice-chancellor, Professor Bashir Garba, signed by the acting director of Accreditation, Engineer Abraham Chundusu, on behalf of the executive secretary of the commission.

According to the letter, the programmes that get full accreditation status are Computer Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Microbiology, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Arabic, Hausa, History, Islamic Studies, Education Computer Science, Education Mathematics, Education Physics, Education Biology and Education Chemistry.

While commenting on the accreditation results, the vice-chancellor expressed the institution’s appreciation to the commission for the outcomes of the exercise. He assured that the university would remain committed in maintaining the best academic standards to continue meeting all the NUC requirements for global ranking.

“Indeed, this achievement underscores the university’s commitment to academic excellence and its dedication to meeting the highest standards set by the NUC. Scoring full accreditation status for all the programmes presented to the NUC required commitment and dedication,” Professor Garba, enthused.

In a statement by the university’s information officer, Zayyanu Shehu, the VC specifically acknowledged the support of Governor Ahmed Aliyu.

He also expressed his heartfelt appreciation to the founder of the institution, Senator Aliyu Wamakko for his unwavering support and commitment to the growth and development of the university.

 

 

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