Written by Ambrose IMOBHIO

Teacher council inducts 3,000 graduates in Delta state

The Federal College of Education (Technical) Asaba, Delta state has threatened to impose stiff penalties on any of its students who indulges in cultism and other anti-social acts.

Dr. Ignatuis Nwanze Ezoem, provost of the college, stated this at the 31st matriculation ceremony of 662 students of the institution held at the college’s pavilion.

The institution’s helmsman maintained that cultism, hooliganism, burglary, indecent dressing, sexual assault and others, are highly forbidden in the college, as he stated that there is zero tolerance towards such things.

He advised the matriculating students to be diligent in their studies to justify the investment on them by their parents and guidance, just as he said the institution offer quality education that can out the products at par with other students worldwide.

Ezoem highlighted the institution’s products have excelled gracefully in the teaching profession and other fields of endeavour with the assistance of well-motivated ad qualified staff who impact knowledge on the student.

The provost maintained that government is committed to teaching professionalism in Nigeria, as the institution has made it possible to induct and license its products by Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, TRCN, with over 3,000 graduands of the college been inducted

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