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Thursday, 14 May 2015

IMSU senate bans Course Reps, Faculty and Department students association in the school

Imo state university senate (apex decision making body) has prohibited the selection or election of course representatives and faculty and departmental students associations in the school. According to a notice sent to the Heads of Departments and Deans of Faculties from the office of the Registrar, dated 11th May, 2015, the senate has proscribed the practice of selection or election of course representatives and student departmental and faculty associationa in the institution.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

HOW TO GO ABOUT YOUR IMSU STUDENT VALIDATION AND COURSE REGISTRATION EXERCISE (FOR ALREADY STUDYING STUDENTS)




 The student validation exercise and the course registration for those wha are already studying in Imo state university has been on for a while now. Here are the instructions for processing it.

 INSTRUCTION: For the Student Portal, the stages of registration are as follows:

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

PHOTO FROM THE IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, NDDC PROTOTYPE HOSTEL

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Tuesday, 7 October 2014

"FREE EDUCATION IS REAL"- IMSU V.C Opens UP On Salient Matters in Interactive Session With The Imo State University and IMSU Alumni Members


The Team that carried out the Social Media Chat with Imo State University Vice-Chancellor.
(Left-Right) Comrade NEWS, Hon. Ik Ogbonna (NIPR Secretary), Professor Ukachukwu Awuzie (Imo State University Vice-Chancellor), Abba Maraoke (National President IMSU-AlUMNI), Barr. Perpetual Ozobia and Professor Jerome Okonkwo, (Imo State University Deputy Vice-Chancellor).
 Just got this info from a friend and I think it is worth reading. It is tagged the "The COMPLETE Online Interactive Session for IMSU ALUMNI with the Vice-Chancellor of Imo State University Professor Ukachukwu A. Awuzie" which held today, 7/10/2014 and posted online courtesy "Comrade NEWS"
The writeup will seem mixed up at first but you will understad it better as you proceed. This is due to the fact that it was a facebook chat and you know how group chats can be at times with people anxiously asking their own questions. However, I still commend the efforts of Comrade News in bringing this our way. I have tried as much as possible to edit it and make it better understandable and you are advised to read it well because it contains some relevant info about the MOVING OF IMSU AGRIC FACULTY TO NGOR OKPALA, IMSU LAW FACULTY ACCREDITATION, TRANSCRIPTS, IMSU CONVOCATION, IMSU POPULATION, NEW INFRASTRUCTURES IN IMSU, HOW FREE EDUCATION IS RUN IN IMSU etc.


Monday, 6 October 2014

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IMSU'S OFFICIAL WEBSITE?

 Have you ever visited the official website of the Imo state university?
How informative and interactive do you think it is and did you enjoy the experience?

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Sunday, 28 September 2014

ROCHAS ANGRY. IMSU WEEK REVIEW CONTINUED


 Mazi Clement Owunna gets IMSU support:
On the ceremony of the commissioning of the "150 MILLION NAIRA ULTRA MODERN OWUNNA RECREATION PARK" on Tuesday, 23rd August, 2014, the pro-chancellor of Imo State University was shown warm support by students of the university who came out in mass to show their support to Mazi Clement Owunna in his campaign to ne the senator to represent Okigwe zone come 2015.


Women supporters of Owunna Senatorial Campaign

 Also at the ceremony of the Commissioning of the Owunna Recreation Park, the Chairman of the event, His Lordship, Most Reverend Dr. G. O. Ochiagha, the emeritus catholic bishop of Orlu Diocese thanked the pro-chancellor of Imo state university, Mazi Clement Owunna for his endeavors to better the school. He stated that for the world to be a better place, we all must be involved in selfless service.

The IMSU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ukachukwu Awuzie, speaking at the event.
 The IMSU vice chancellor in his welcome address, also thanked the state government for its support in repositioning IMSU for greater heights. He lauded the passion of the chairman of the school's governing council, Mazi Clement OWunna, and also the council as a whole and promised the dedication of the school administration to bring about a paradigm shift as never seen before in the versity.

Traditional rulers graced the event.


 Speaking on the event, the governor expressed his unhappiness because none of the students bought him a birthday gift on his birthday which was on Monday, 22 September. This led the students who were very excited to see the governor begin singing him a birthday song. It was an atmosphere of love and appreciation to the governor for his kind gestures towards the students.

IMSU HOSTEL TO BE OPENED FOR STUDENTS SOON
Governor Okorocha also instructed the school management to make the Imo state university hostel built by the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, available for students' accommodation as soon as possible. See other important things said by the governor HERE.





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LAST WEEK IN REVIEW; AS GOVERNOR ROCHAS OKOROCHA DECLARED EDUTION FOR ALL IMSU STUDENTS


Monday 22/9/2014 was Governor Rochas Okorocha's birthday. Many students were at the international conference centre to celebrate with the man that has made education free (or at least almost free, since nothing is totally free).

Governor Rochas Okorocha Declares Total Free Education in Imo State University

Students Jubiliating after Gov. Okorocha declared free education for all students
 On Tuesday, 23/9/2014, Governor Rochas visited Imo State University on the event of the commisioning of the newly completed "150 MILLION NAIRA OWUNNA RECREATION PARK" in Imo state university that was constructed by the Chief Peter Sunday Owunna Memorial Foundation, led by the pro-chancellor of the Imo state university, Mazi Clement Owunna. In his well anticipated speech, the governor who is well versed in oratory shook IMSU when he declared that the free education currently been enjoyed by indigenes of Imo state has been extended to include EVERY STUDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY. This means that both indigenous and non-indigenous students of the institution and other state owned tertiary institutions will henceforth enjoy free education in the state.
The governor however made it clear that students will have to purchase their textbooks and other study materials but warned against students buying textbooks from other places rather than the school bookshop. He warned against buying of textbooks or handouts from lecturers as this will lead to sanctioning of such lecturer if found.
The governor Rochas Okoracha also warned against unseriousness on the part of the lecturers. He stated that staff discipline was going to become a serious issue. He advised the lecturers to be serious with their works in order to produce quality students that can compete favourably anywhere.
The governor promised that all the current infrastructural developments in the school was just the beginning. In his words,
"VERY SOON, THESE SHANTIES YOU SEE TODAY, YOU SHALL SEE THEM NO MORE"
Continuing, the governor who thanked the pro-chancellor of IMSU, Mazi Clement Owunna, for the state of the arts OWUNNA RECREATIONAL PARK, gave some conditions to all students who wished to continue receiving the free education:
1) That all students who will keep receiving the free education will have no less that a G.P of 1.5. Any student who has less than that will be invited to a panel for questioning on why the state government should keep wasting resources on him or her.
2) Indecent dressing must stop! The governor stated that indecent dressing among the students especially the female folk must be eradicated from the university. He stated that a woman's body is made to be discovered by men not indecently exposed for everyone to see thereby making it worthless. He advised against mini skirts and exposing tops. The governor mandated the Heads of Departments to deliberate with the students so that every department will have a unique dress code that will make them stand out. The governor stated his desire for the his "sons and daughters" to graduate with not just good grades but the best characters. He told the students to live a life that will please God while being passionate about their studies.
3) Free education will not include things like textbooks, student's I.D card, notebooks, accommodation, and miscellaneous departmental or faculty dues. The student will have to pay for such thinds at the appropriate quarters.

NO NEED FOR THE CHEQUE ISSUE ANYMORE:
Still on the governor Rochas Okorocha's speech to IMSU students, the governor stated that the government of the state will henceforth pay the school management 100,000 Naira for all the students plus other subventions and since the Imo State University Free Education is now for all the students, there will be no need for the stress of collecting cheques from one's native community anymore. This implies that the 20,000 Naira "Axillary Fee" that ws paid by the native students when processing the 100,000 Naira government cheque should be a thing of the past.
 The governor noted that since the inception of the free education in Imo state by his administration, cultism, prostitution, armed robbery as well as kidnapping has significantly reduced in the state. He said he is not doing what h is doing for the sake of reelection but to affect this generation and other to come. He stated that the era of taking the state's money outside the country to pile up for one's children and to live extravagant livestyle is now outdated.

NO MORE ACCEPTANCE FEE
 Also, the governor stated that acceptance fee has been ruled out for the incoming students. This made the students to start chanting "Rochas Rochas Rochas ka anyi g'eso".
MYIMSU.COM got a confirmation of this from the special adviser to the governor on students affair, Comrade GTC Samuel in a chat.

A TABLET FOR 3.5ers
While speaking on the event, the governor Rochas Okorocha also stated that henceforth, any student whose G.P is up to 3.5 or above will receive a tablet PC from the governor.

WHAT IS A PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY?
In the definition presented by the Governor of Imo State, Rochas, a progressive society is one that aims and works towards making the present generation better than the past generation and the future generation better than the present generation. The governor thus prayed that in the future leaders will emerge that will do far better than him.
 
Pictures of the Owunna Recreation Park
See more beautiful pictures HERE
 Week in Review to be continued...

DON'T MISS:
MEET NEW NIGERIAN BEAUTY QUEEN, AN IMSU STUDENT
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Friday, 26 September 2014

PICTURES: THE NEW FACE OF IMSU "LOVE GARDEN", NOW OWUNNA RECREATIONAL PARK

 ON TUESDAY this week the Governor of Imo state and the "Commander General" of free education visited Imo State University to Commision the newly reconstructed Owunna Recreational Park which was and is still known popularly as "Love Garden". For those who knew the place before the reconstruction, it was anything but a garden. It was just a piece of land with few patches of grass ans some usually withered trees. To some, it was just a shortcut road. It was littered and tattered. The seats were old and discomforting.
But the chairman of the IMSU governing councill and Pro-Chancellor, Mazi Clement Owunna would not let that be. And so for about the last six months, intensive work took place that brought about the total transformation of the Love Garden into an edifice fit for a tertiary institution. Here are some pictures of the Owunna Recreational Park, IMSU.

An artificial fountain


Wider and more comfortable resting places

 The governor in his statement on the occasion of the commissioning was so filled with joy that all he could say to the Pro-Chancellor was, "Owunna, thank you". And with the rate at which the students and visitors of the school are rushing in there to tour the park and of course take photographs, one is sure that everyone who goes in there has the same statement in mind, "Owunna, Thank you"

A lovely building, main purpose still unknown but seems like it will be for eatery or indoor games

Refurbished sculptures looking better than ever

Well planned. And pleaaase don't litter

Clean and green atmosphere

Well interlocked walking tracks

Solar Powered Lights

Refurbished sculptures looking better than ever
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Friday, 15 August 2014

Snippet: IMSU may get another permanent site

A snippet gotten from one of Imo State's daily newspapers today have it that there are still indications that Imo State University Owerri may still be moved from the capital city of Imo state to another Local Government Area.
This is coming from the story that has it that the state governor have started laying foundation of structures that look befitting a versity.
This is however an unconfirmed report. We hope to get you better information that will either confirm or annul this claim.

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Friday, 11 July 2014

INDUCTION

The department of Theatre Acts imsu is having its Induction for the 100 level students of the department.
The Anchor of this event is our very own comedian MC chuks, and also spinning is a 300 level student of the department DJ kikemez. So far it has been very exciting with many artistes such as brick n lace, Imsu phyno and more.

Welcome to Imsu guys!

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Dead Bone Rises Again. Fallen Hall Sees Hope

We have earlier reported on the collapse of one out of the newly built twin large halls opposite the St. Joseph Catholic Church, IMSU.
myimsu.com visited the site yesterday and found out that the shambles from the collapse are been cleared and the rebuilding work have commenced on fresh foundation. Labourers were seen working hard and erecting pillars and foundations.

We also observed that as a way to forestall a repeat of same structural failure on the surviving building, the builders have added some kind of buttressing pillars leaning on the walls at about 30 degrees. This is obviously not part of the original design of the building but is a precautionary measure against possible collapse.
Serious work is going on and soon the dead bone shall rise again.

Well, they should do the work they are paid to do very well because we can't afford to hear again of a collapsed building in a school that has renowned engineers and architects among which is the Vice Chancellor and Prof. of Architecture, Ukachukwu Awuzie.

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

ELECTION GALORE

The Department of Animal Environmental Biology had its manifesto and election today  9/7, which means new executives were selected and have emerged today.
Also, the Departments of Microbiology and Biochemistry had its manifesto today. The DJs that helped make this events interesting were DJ villa, DJ fritzi, DJ sauce etc.
Mehn...those guys they blast!

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

NEW FACULTY CONSTRUCTION

Faculty of Science is known for its limited equipments and especially structures, but recently (not too recent tho) we noticed new construction in the faculty ( located around the faculty admin offices).
It is not like they don't have lecture halls, it is that they are too small and also not enough to contain the number of students in the faculty. The department of Microbiology alone can fill up six lecture halls depending on the size.
The info we got from a source that spoke to the Dean of Science; Prof I.R Keke is that the purpose of the building is to add more admin offices and one or maybe two lecture hall(s) in the faculty ( no much info on the number of lecture halls). If this initial plan still remains and doesn't change...HALLELUJAH!

Finally they have listened to the voice of the students. Please we beg the admin to still carry on with the initial plan to enhance proper learning and making it conducive.
Say AMEN if you want this to happen.

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Friday, 20 June 2014

INDUCTION

Under the Faculty of Business Administration, the Marketing department is having their induction for their freshers.It's happening live inside the hall of theatre act dept.popularly known as comassie.
More details will be given to you after the event.

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

THINGS YOU GET FROM IMSU'S OFFICIAL SITE

                    VERY USEFUL
Here are a list of things you can do on the official website of the school (imsu.edu.ng)

Click on any of them to go directly to the function.

1) COURSE REGISTRATION

2) SEE GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENTS

3) STUDENTS/STAFF VALIDATION

4) ACCESS E-LIBRARY

5) APPLY FOR ICEPS PROGRAMME

6)               ADMISSION LISTS
a) Post UTME Admission List
b) Pre-degree list
c) Direct Entry
d) Print Direct Entry Admission Status
e) Print Post UTME Admission Status
f)  Download 2013/2014 postgraduate first batch admission list
g) Print your PGD admission slip
h) PGD second admission list check
i)  2013/2014 Direct Entry Admission List
j)  Check Direct Entry Admission Status
k) Check POSTUME Result Status
l) 2013/14 Pre-degree Admission List and Portal

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All information you will get from the various links are directly from the official site of IMSU ( imsu.edu.ng ). MYIMSU.COM is not accountable for any mistakes, ommisions or any irregularities.

2013/2014 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

                1st SEMESTER
Lectures:14 Apr- 18 Jul
Revision: 14-18 Jul
Exam:21-31 Jul
Break: 1-8 Aug

                2ND SEMESTER
Lecture:11 Aug-31 Oct
Revise: 3-7 Nov
Exam:10-24 Nov
New session: Dec 1st

Did someone just say hurray?
Well, as part of our obligations to bring you info that you need when you need it, we hunted for and got it. This is the Academic calendar for this session. You can download the image to keep it handy. Abeg, tell others about MYIMSU.COM

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SSANU STRIKE CONTINUES AFTER NASU CALLS OFF.

On Monday we posted that the strike action simultaneously embarked upon by SSANU ( Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities) and NASU ( Non-Academic Staff Union) both of IMSU chapter was called off. Well, apparently we didn't have the full gist at hand then. Our observation yesterday showed that it was only the NASU strike that was over by the end of Monday. The library, the bookshop and the laboratories were seen open as early as 7:30 am.
However, offices of senior staff were still locked. The office of the Dean of Students' affairs for instance was locked throughout the day.

Thursday, 12 June 2014

IMSU STRIKES

SSANU(Senior Staffs Association Of Nigeria Universities) and NASU(Non Academic Staffs  union) IMO state university chapter declared an indefinite strike which started officially today 12/6. This made school today scanty and offices such as bookshops,library, laboratories, faculty offices etc were closed.
Myimsu went round today asking some staffs reasons for the cause of the strike,I don't know..I am not part of them was  the answer given to us.But,take note of this..school is still on! It does not in any way affects day to day activities in school.

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