UNIZIK to commence first semester Examination on May 20th

This is to announce to all the Regular students of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) and the university community that the first-semester examination for the 2018/2019 academic session commences on Monday 20th May, 2019.

In keeping with the General Academic Regulation (GAR) of the University, all Lectures are expected to end at least one week before the examination to allow students time to read their books. All registrations at GS office ends on Wednesday 15th May, 2019 .

If there are any necessary modifications to be made on your record, report to GS Registration Unit. This is very vital.

A detailed schedule for the exam will be uploaded on the App before the commencement of Exams. This schedule shows the date and time of your Exam.
Strictly adhere to YOUR DATE/TIME as defaulters will get a time-penalty or will not have a chance to sit for the Exam if the scheduled day is missed.

Results of the Exam will be uploaded on SGSNAU at the end of each Exam day.
By this notice, all students are advised to study hard and further reminded that the University does not condone any acts of examination misconduct as appropriate punishment will be invoked for culprits.

Earlier: UNIZIK Exam Commencement Date, 2015/2016 Session
The management Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) and the university community wish to announce to her students that the first semester examination for the 2015/2016 academic session commencement date has been shifted due to the upcoming research exhibition to be attended by over 50 fifty universities which will be hosted by UNIZIK starting from 7th March; also due to the Convocation ceremonies which will hold between 14th and 18th March, the University Committee of Deans chaired by the Vice Chancellor Prof. J. E. Ahaneku, FAS deliberated and moved the examination to March 21, 2016.

This means that all students both old and new will begin this examination on the same date. The time table for the exam will be displayed in the Faculties and Departments.
All students are advised to study hard to pass as there is no more time for any form of merrymaking.

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