The registrar made this known in a stakeholders’ meeting held at the Kaduna State University organized by Kaduna state Ministry of Education on the 18th of January 2021.
Recall that schools in the state were ordered to suspend all academic activities on the 16th of December, 2020. The meeting was convened to measure the possibilities and level of readiness by schools to reopen and recall their students to continue with their academic activities in a safer environment.
The Registrar of college, Dr Jibril Lawal who represented the college, among other schools representatives, disclosed their preparedness for the resumption of academic activities in their various institutions.
The Registrar said the college would use its radio station in delivering lectures to students and physical lectures would be divided into phases. He explained that while some students would listen to lectures via radio, others would be attending lectures in classes in controlled numbers. This will help in controlling the population of students as requisite for avoiding crowds.
He also said that the physical lectures will be rotated among the students and each level will have four weeks of extensive lectures and continuous assessment, then they will create a period for each level to write the first-semester examination for the 2019/2020 academic session.
“This is what we will continue to do until the situation improves,” he said.
At the meeting, the state was presented with two options for the resumption, 21st or 25th January 2021.
The state government is yet to release an approved date for reopening schools in the state.