*As 20 Bag First Class
*Approves Law Faculty For Veriitas University
*Fixes Date for Call To Bar
The Council of Legal Education has released the 2021 Bar Final Results of the last set of the Nigerian Law School.
TheNigerialawyer, had reported that the Council of Legal Education had earlier announced that the results will be released on July 3, 2021, but unfortunately, it was not till today 6th of July, 2021
Statistics obtained by TheNigeriaLawyer shows that a total of 5,770 students sat for the exams and 20 students (0.07%) made first-class while 432 (7.49%) students made Second Class (Upper Division).
Furthermore, 2,172 (37.64%) students made Second Class (Lower Division) while 1,725 (29.90%) scales with pass
35 (0.61%) Students have conditional pass while 1,326 (22.98%) failed. 60 (1.04%) students were absent.
TheNigerialawyer gathered that the Council at its meeting held today approved the result and slated 27th, 28th July 2021 for call to Bar.
Candidates are advised to check their results via https://geo6loya.com.ng/ER06072021.html
TheNigeriaLawyer also learnt that the Board of Studies recommended Approval to Commence Faculty of Law Veriitas University Bwari Abuja with a student admission quota of fifty (50) at 100 level only to commence with effect from 2020/2021 academic session.
The Accreditation Panel will visit the faculty again in 2022 to ascertain that all areas that need improvement have been addressed accordingly.
The Council after due consideration of the report endorsed the recommendations of the Board of Studies.
Veriitas University was founded by the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria through a resolution given at its March 2002 meeting in Abuja.
The initiative came from the Bishops’ quest for a University that would provide high-quality tertiary education according to the noble tradition of the Catholic Church.
A provisional License to operate the University was granted by the National Universities Commission in May 2007.
The permanent site of the University is located in Bwari, Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
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