UI 2012/2013 Post UTME holdstoday: Success to applicants


Not less than 7,200 prospective students are
sitting for the post UTME examination of
the University of Ibadan today.
In line with its practice of conducting
examinations under strict supervision and
invigilation, adequate security measures, for
consistent integrity and credibility, the
authorities of the University of Ibadan,
Ibadan have announced the restriction of
movements of unregistered vehicles and
motorcycles during its 2012/2013 Post
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
which will hold on Monday, 09 July, 2012
from 8.00a.m. to 2.00 p.m. “As partof efforts
to ensure adequate security measures for the
examination, movement of all unregistered
vehicles and motorcycles are restricted to areas
that are not designated for the conduct of the
examination”, said the University’s Director
of Public Communication, Mr. Olatunji
According to the University’s spokesman, the
security personnel of various units are expected
to monitor and control traffic on the
following designated roads on the campus:
1. From Idia/Awo Hall ‘T-Junction’ through
the Zoological Garden up to Sultan Bello
Bello Hall ‘X-road’ end of Niger Road
(VC’s Lodge) at Sankore Road;
2. From Sankore ‘T-Junction that goes to the
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Benue’
up to the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of
the Social Sciences junction on ‘Niger Road’;
3. From Sultan Bello Hall ‘X-road’ through
the Faculty of Arts to end at Benue ‘X-road’.
4. From Benue ‘X-road’ through the Faculty
of Agriculture & Forestry to end at
Veterinary Medicine junction
5. From Staff Club Junction through the
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences (Amina
Way) to end at ‘T-junction’; and
6. From the Department of Works and
Maintenance Round-about to the Department
of Biochemistry and the Faculty of
He further stated that the following
Faculties have been designated for the conduct
of the examination: Arts, Science, Agriculture
& Forestry, The Social Sciences, Education,
Veterinary Medicine, Technology
and Law.
“To this end, all vehicles without the
University approved stickers should be
restricted to areas that are not active for the
examination. Unregistered motorcycles are also
not excluded from the restriction.”
“Finally, all categories of current students are
enjoined to stay away from the examination
venues as all University examinations slated
for Monday, 09 July, have been postponed.
The Campus Security Service has been
empowered to enforce the restriction order
before and during the examination”, the
statement added.
The University has invited 7,200 shortlisted
candidates for the examination while the
University’s carrying capacity is 2,800.


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