National Universities Commission Approves Tansian University’s Faculty of Law And Others

– National Universities Commission Approves Tansian University’s Faculty of Law And Others

The Tansian University has secured the National Universities Commission’s (NUC) approval for Faculty of Law and others

Tansian University Umunya, Anambra State, has secured approval from the National Universities Commission, NUC, for its Faculty of Law with degree programmes in Commercial and Civil Law and Faculty of Health Sciences and Technology with degree programmes in Nursing Science, Nigerian Tribune gathered.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Eugene Nwadialor, announced this during the school’s fourteenth Matriculation ceremony held at the university convocation arena, on Friday last week.

Professor Nwadialor told the matriculants that Tansian University “is faith-based institution where there is no room for examination malpractice or any form of cultism and other corrupt practices”, maintaining that in the university, teaching and learning are dynamic.

The Vice-Chancellor thanked the new Chancellor of the University, Most Reverend Peter Okpaleke, of the Catholic Diocese of Ekwulobia, for his timely intervention after the death of the Founder, Monsignor Professor John Bosco Akam.

Four hundred students were admitted into five faculties of Management and Social Sciences, Natural and Applied Sciences, Education, Law and Health Sciences and Technology.

Earlier in a homily during a mass that ushered in the ceremony, the Assistant Registrar, Exams and Records of the university, Reverend Father Justin Egbe, urged the students to work hard to appreciate the sacrifices made by their parents.

Some of the matriculants, Favour Okwodu, Chiuwa Oforji and Chinonso Ezichi, expressed happiness for being admitted into the University, promising to work hard to justify their parents’ efforts.

A parent, Mrs Juliet Ezichi, said the university has a conducive environment for learning and advised the students to concentrate on their studies.

A minute silence was also observed for the late founder of the university, Monsignor Professor John Bosco Akam during the ceremony.