Federal Polytechnic Ede begins online registration for new students
The Academic Board of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun, has approved online registration for newly admitted students of the institution.
This is contained in an internal memo signed by the Registrar of the institution, Isiaka Agboola.
A copy of the memo which was made available to journalists by the Protocol, Media, and Public Relations Officer of the school, Sola Lawal, on Saturday in Osogbo, said the online registration would commence on Sunday.
In the memo, the board on April 27, held its 217th regular academic board meeting, where the decision was reached, as part of activities to commence a new academic session.
The memo also stated that the board approved that students could proceed to complete their bio-data, and print necessary documents after payment of prescribed fees, as well as the commencement of medical registration.
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