Management of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi may be forced to expunge the 2020/2021 academic session, as the school is yet to conclude its admission for the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 sessions following the nine-month shutdown of the school due to the Academic Staff Union of Universities strike and the coronavirus pandemic fears.
Nasarawa State University officially resumed on the 19th of January.
While the students expressed joy at returning to campus, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ahmed Bala, told newsmen that the school’s management is battling with how to balance the academic calendar, since almost a year has been lost to the lockdown and the ASUU Strike.
The Vice-Chancellor said an isolation centre will soon be set up on the campus to deal with Covid-19 cases should they arise.
Some of the students admitted to ait.live that it will be difficult to pick up from where they stopped, as they have been at home for too long.
Edited by Oloyede Oworu