The Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) has disclosed that it’s in the process of starting virtual lectures to enable students to receive lectures while at home.
This is as a result of the current shutdown of Academic activities in the country as a result of the ongoing worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This was contained in a memo released on the University’s official Facebook page. It further stated that the Management has constituted a Committee under the leadership of the DVC Academics to drive the virtual lectures.
‘This administration will not allow the pandemic to jeopardise the future of our students, as such the virtual lectures will commence as soon as the coast is clear.’
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However, according to the memo, the process is said to begin as soon as the strike is called off, ‘the Committee will come up with the modality. Lectures will run from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am.’