About 57 students of the Lagos state university has emerged with first class and will be rewarded at the 23 convocation ceremony coming up soon.
Students of the Lagos State University has surprised the management after over 36 years of existence as a number of persons graduated with first class. This shows that the students really worked hard.
It was said that for the first time after so many years of existence (36 years) that about 57 students will graduate with first class at the institution.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun, who disclosed this to journalists yesterday ahead of the institution’s convocation ceremony billed to commence on Friday, May 10, 2019, said that the duo of Ridwan Oladotun Ola-Gbadamosi from the Faculty of Engineering and Nneka Karen Enumah of the Faculty of Science emerged as the overall best graduating students with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.88.
He said of the total number of graduates, 57 are in the first class, 1,233 second class upper, 8,471 second class lower, 467 third class and 24 in the pass grade.
Fagbohun further stated that about 1,532 would be graduating in the post-graduate diploma courses, 520 in academic Masters, 1,994 professional Masters and 17 in Doctor of Philosophy.
Meanwhile, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is billed to deliver the convocation lecture on Thursday, May 16, 2019 while former Ghanaian President, John Damani Mahama, would chair the event.