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The Vice Chancellor of UENR cautioned Students against indecent Dressing and Lawlessness


University of Energy and Natural Resources

Professor Elvis Asare-Bediako, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) during the week advised the university’s students against indecent dressing and lawlessness.

Depicting the UENR as interesting, the VC stressed that discipline stayed a sign of the organization and an essential for scholarly greatness. He encourages the students to shun undesirable ways of life that could shorten their schooling and ruin their future.

Prof. Asare-Bediako gave watchfulness when he tended to students and talks of the university during a health walk as a feature of exercises arranged for the 10th anniversary festivity of the university in Sunyani.

He entrusted the university local area to offer its projects and short courses to the overall population to assist with multiplying student’s admission and populace in the following scholarly schedule.

“Presently we have begun selling affirmation structures and it is required from each student and speaker to sell our projects in their place of graduation in guaranteeing that in some measure every teacher and understudy bring five planned understudies”, the VC showed.

Prof. Asare-Bediako focused on that Health Walk didn’t just form the body framework, yet in addition, improved one’s reasoning staff, and encouraged the students to do normal activities and focus on their books too.

The University is praising the commemoration on the topic “A Decade of Academic Excellence in Energy and Natural Resources Education: Commemorating the past, Celebrating the present, and molding the Future for National Development”.

Exercises arranged for the festival incorporate commemoration games, tidy-up works out, Health screening, graduated class homecoming, public talks, and administration courses.

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