The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Arigbabu Abayomi on behalf of the University Management of the Tai Solarin University of Education, directed the Teaching Practice Board to pardoned the student who are affected with the TP extension.
In a public post signed by the president announced that the Vice Chancellor has directed the Teaching Practice Board to pardoned the student who was given extension based on absence from Orientation programme.
Early this week the University Teaching Practice Board released a list of student who defaults teaching practices process and was given an extra three weeks extension.
According to the report we have some of the defaulting students failed to attend teaching practices orientation programme held prior before the commencement of the exercise.
The Student Union who the welfarism of the student is their priority yesterday rejects the decision of the University Teaching Practice Board of levied another three weeks teaching practice extension on some students and promised the student something positive over the extension.
Congratulations note from the Student Union to the Vice Chancellor
TASUEDSU THANK THE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR GRANTING PARDON ON THREE WEEKS TP EXTENSION ON STUDENTS WHO MISSED THE TEACHING PRACTICE ORIENTATION
Dear TASUEDITES, you will all recall that at the late hours of yesterday(Wednesday 27th of March, 2019), the Students’ Union made a public broadcast and release, making its position known on the three weeks extension levied on students who missed the attendance of orientation program organized prior the commencement of Teaching Practice Exercise.
Obviously, it is still fresh in our minds that the Students’ Union directed all the affected students not to proceed on partaking in the extension period. We feel it is unjustifiable in any sense to do so. We made our reasons and positions known in the release.
As at that very yesterday, the Students’ Union has prepared a “LETTER OF COMMUNICATION” directed to the University Director of Teaching Practice Exercise, a letter we planned to submit at the early hours of today. In the letter, we made our same position glaring that students will not proceed on the extension and we appeal for a cancellation of the decision.
As a civil Students’ Union we are, that is not resting on its hoax, we have since yesterday reaching to our dear Vice Chancellor reporting the situation and registering our displeasure in regards.
The Vice-Chancellor who is officially out of the country on important assignments took pains (considering the hard flow of communication/inter-country dial), to reach out to us swiftly as possible and communicate the decision of granting pardon and waver on the decision. It gladdens our hearts that no students will have to proceed on another extension.
The Students’ Union led by Sen Olamide Adeboun appreciate so much and thank the Vice Chancellor immensely.
The Students’ Union thank other management team and the Teaching Practice board too. They have all been understanding and listening.
Our civil and visionary nature of addressing students challenges has keep giving us victory. We thank the entire students for their supports, cooperation and understanding at all times.
Emancipation Era is succeeding, we have succeeded.
Thanks and God bless our Union.
SEN. ADEBOUN OLAMIDE
2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
PP. AJAO SIMEON ROTIMI*
GALLANT VOICE OF EMANCIPATION ERA 2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION