A total of 10,425 graduating students of the University Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) participated in the 46th Convocation ceremony of the institution held on Friday, January 27th, 2017.
Speaking at the event, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor B. C. Ozumba, said that 94 of the graduating students bagged First Class degrees.
In a further breakdown of the results, the VC said 3,098 made Second Class Upper division; 5,145 got Second Class Lower; 1,653 made Third Class while 93 are given Diplomas and 314 get the university certificates
Ozumba urged the new graduates to use the knowledge acquired from the university to make significant imprints on the country and the world.
He said his administration has completed some infrastructure projects as well as improved water and electricity supply in the university.
“Electricity and water supply services have improved tremendously which both students and staff can attest to.
“Our online distance learning programme is ready and awaiting commission by the National University Commission (NUC).
“The University of Nigeria will continue to improve welfare of its staff and students,” he said.