FCE Jama'are Maiden Matriculation 2022/2023 Details




FCE Jama'are Maiden Matriculation 2022/2023 Details


The Federal College of Education, Jama'are, headed by Prof. Aisha Indo Mohammed, has announced its Maiden Matriculation Ceremony for the 2022/2023 academic session. Slated for Saturday, 22nd July 2023 at 11:00am, the event will take place at the College Multipurpose Hall. The general public is cordially invited to celebrate with the newly admitted students.





Journeying into the realm of academia is always special, but there’s an extra touch of magic when you’re part of the inaugural batch of students. This holds true for the pioneering students of Federal College of Education, Jama’are, who are about to embark on their academic voyage.

Under the visionary guidance of Prof. Aisha Indo Mohammed, the college is poised to become a bastion of educational excellence. It’s not just a beginning for the students but for the institution itself, marking its footprint in the annals of history.
πŸ“’ Announcement Federal College of Education, Jama’are Maiden Matriculation Ceremony 2022/2023.
πŸ“† Date Saturday, 22nd July, 2023
⏰ Time 11:00am Prompt
πŸ“ Venue College Multipurpose Hall
πŸŽ“ Academic Session 2022/2023
πŸŽ‰ Event Matriculation for newly admitted students
πŸ‘©‍🏫 Head of College Prof. Aisha Indo Mohammed
πŸ“Œ Invitation Open to the general public





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πŸŽ“ Matriculation Ceremony Details:

To commemorate this momentous occasion, an enchanting matriculation ceremony has been meticulously planned. Here are the details:Date: Saturday, 22nd July 2023
Time: Be there by 11:00 am to soak in the atmosphere before the ceremonies commence.
Venue: The grandeur of the College Multipurpose Hall promises an ambiance that’s befitting this significant event.
A Cordial Invitation to One and All:

The entire management of Federal College of Education, Jama’are extends a heartfelt invitation to the general public. This isn’t just an event. It’s an epochal moment, heralding the bright futures of young minds and the lofty ambitions of an institution set to reshape educational paradigms.

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