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Nasarawa Poly prohibits the sale of student handouts

sale of student handouts; The Isa Mustapha Polytechnic, a state-owned institution in Nasarawa, has declared a prohibition on the sale of handouts to its students. Emphasizing that education at the institution is not a commodity for sale, authorities stressed the importance of equitable access to learning materials for all students.

The decision highlights the institution’s dedication to cultivating an environment of free knowledge sharing, fostering merit, dedication, and educational excellence.

Dr. Nurudeen Mu’azu Maifata, the Acting Rector, announced the ban during the matriculation ceremony for newly admitted students in Lafia.

Dr. Maifata stressed that the inability to purchase handouts or other learning materials should not disadvantage any student.

He urged both staff and students to adhere to the institution’s policy direction, ensuring equal learning opportunities for everyone.

Furthermore, Dr. Maifata highlighted the institution’s dedication to realizing the vision of Governor Abdullahi Sule, focusing on transforming the polytechnic in accordance with best practices. He urged students to uphold discipline on campus, warning against behaviors such as indecent dressing, cultism, prostitution, sexual misconduct, and examination malpractice.

Encouraging students to embody qualities of hard work, honesty, and dedication to learning, Dr. Maifata urged cooperation to maintain peace, safety, and security within the institution.

The acting rector praised the matriculating students and urged them to embrace discovery, growth, and meaningful connections to excel academically.

In a positive message, Martina Pojwan, representing Dr. Obadiah Ilalu, Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic Lafia, commended the management’s efforts in advancing the institution.

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It’s worth noting that 4,918 students enrolled for the current academic year, with 2,362 pursuing Higher National Diploma (HND) and 1,336 undertaking National Diploma (ND) courses, sale of student handouts.



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