By Dooshinma Jose
As the NTA Television College, Jos, begins its 2020/2021 Second Semester Degree Examinations, the Students’ Leadership of the institution has warned the various students taking part in the examination to abstain from Exam Malpractice.
Secretary-General, Television Journalism Association, Comrade Dayong Nashak Kalalo and Secretary-General, Television Production Association, Comrade Ademola Samuel Araba who issued the warning from their Face Book Account, said the good image of the College must not be tarnished by engaging in examination malpractice.
“Exams malpractice is unlawful. It attracts serious sanction which may lead to expulsion. We don’t want that to happen to any student,” they said.
The duo noted that success is a product of hard work and conscious efforts deployed towards attaining a goal.
They, therefore, enjoined the students to desist from any attempt of examination malpractice that will tarnish their image and that of the institution.
“It is our humble prayer that God will grant you success and lavish on you the comprehensive ability to decipher and remember what you were taught,” they prayed.
Our correspondent reports that NTA Television College, Jos, is affiliated to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.