- Some students have been kicked out of the Federal Polytechnic Idah, Kogi state over their performance level
- Three expelled students were found guilty of various acts of Examination Misconduct during the 2019/2020 2nd Semester Examinations
- The withdrawn students cut across seven departments both at the National Diploma and Higher National Diploma levels
The authority of the Federal Polytechnic Idah, Kogi state has withdrawn twenty-six students and expelled three others.
The withdrawal and expulsion according to the Public Relations Officer of the Institution, Omale Sule Sunday is in line with the Academic Regulations of the Federal Polytechnic Idah.
The Academic Board approval for the withdrawal of the students follows the approvals of the 2019/2020 Second Semester Main/Carryover Examination Result and the Poor Performance of the affected students in the approved results while the three expelled students were found guilty of various acts of Examination Misconduct during the 2019/2020 2nd Semester Examinations.
The withdrawn students cut across seven departments both at the National Diploma and Higher National Diploma levels.
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Marketing Department 7, Architectural Technology Department 1, Public Administration 1, Food Science and Technology 6, while Business Administration and Management Studies has 4.
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In his words:
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