Wednesday, 2nd April,2014. The faculty of Environmental sciences
(FESSA) held its induction ceremony for its newly admitted students.

The induction which commerce at about 12.30pm, was held at the
Bakarsi Hall and was announced by Mc Blaze and Mc SP.

The event was well attended by both FESSA members and executives.
Some dignitaries at the event include Comr. Ozulonye Basil Oganiru (Faculty
President of Engineering), comr.Ezekwem Chidiogo ( Faculty Vice President of
Engineering), Comr. Ezeli Walter Junior ( Faculty,President of Agric ), Comr.
Umeh favour ( Faculty of Arts President), Comr. Ikegbunam Ikedi, Comr. Chuks
Chiagozie.


Other dignitaries include The Dean faculty of Environmental
sciences ,prof. Matthew Onoh, Staff Adviser, Builder Eze Okonkwo, Departmental
Ex-cos, SUG Ex-cos .

Students from the departments of Architecture, Fine Arts, Estate
Management, Environmental Management, Geo Met, Quantity Surveying , Building ,
Surveying and Geo-informatics were all inducted into the faculty. They received
words of advice from The Dean, Staff Adviser and Academic Adviser; on how they
could excel and come out tops.


DJ ON TOP was on ground to supply some meaningful noise. The event
which was largely successful was a good one; one that will remain on the mouths
of many for sometime to come…
We wish the newly inducted students a happy stay in Unizik….
COURTESY; MEDIA 911 CREW

3 thoughts on “[PHOTOS]: THE FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (FESSA), HELD INDUCTION TODAY

  1. First of all,I want to congratulate the inductees,which I'm one of. I also want to say that the event was a success,judging from the massive attendance by students and dignitaries alike. However,the dance competition organised by the DoT SEC-GEN was turned into a lesser version of a "blue movie". It was as if they were trying to "spoil" us,freshers. I expected the competition to be academically inclined,such that each department under FESSA was to bring out a representative or 2 to slug it out! (Afterall,we've been attending lectures and so,capable of answering questions from offered courses). I,therefore whoever that is going to organise this to in future to look into this suggestion. Thank you.
    Long live UNIZIK,long live FESSA and long live GeoMet. GOD bless you all.. PEACE!!!!
    Okonkwo Godwin Chukwuemeka

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