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Event Report: Do it Yourself 2022

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Event Report: Do it Yourself 2022

DO IT YOURSELF (DIY) SYMPOSIUM was organized by the Honorable Members representing Educational Technology and Library science constituency in the ESAN 4th Legislative house, Faculty of Education, University of Uyo.

Personalities present at the symposium were:

  1. Dr. Mrs. Idongesit Udosen, HOD
  2. Comr. David Okon Effiong SUG Director of Information
  3. Senator Michael Archibong
  4. Senator Ethical Man
  5. Senator Aniekan David
  6. Hrm Emmanuel Edem (ESAN President)
  7. Comr. Joe Mike – Chairman on the Occasion
  8. Comr. Ubong Usoro (ESAN Director of Academics)
  9. Comr. Abasiubong Amos (ESAN DOI)
  10. Rt. Hon. Eugene Nesfield (Speaker 4th ESAN Legislative HOUSE)
  11. Comr. Kufre Ukpong
  12. Comr. Don Rex
  13. Comr. Castro Fidelis
  14. Hon. Samuel Brownson (Organizer) amongst others.

It was indeed a massive turn up, individuals outside the faculty of education were in attendance.

While addressing the students, the DOI SUG UNIUYO made it known to the students that “Do it yourself (“DIY”) is the method of building, modifying, or repairing things by oneself without the direct aid of professionals or certified experts. As a student, if you want to change the trajectory of your life, embrace these rules and apply them: Commitment is what gets you started, consistency is what gets you somewhere, and persistence is what keeps you going.”

He also enlightened the students on how to do course registration, how to pay school fees, check result, term paper and Research by themselves and the consequences of exposing their personal data. During the event, he inducted two media personnel from the Department into UNIUYO media crew. He also announced to the students who joined the symposium that the directorate of information will take care of all their charges during their online registrations and result checking.

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