Health Technology for National Development
 
 
 
 
 
 

Determinations of Examination Results
1.The marks for continuous assessment shall be 30% while that of examination shall be 70%
2. No candidate shall be eligible for end of course examination, unless he has 75% class attendance.
3. A candidate shall be deemed to have passed examination if he has obtained a mark of not less than 40% or 50% as the case may be according to Departmental and Specific Regulatory Bodies Guidelines.

Uniform Grading System
Uniform Grading System for Polytechnics and Similar Level Institutions in Nigeria according to the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) is adopted for Environmental Health Department and other Departments in the College.

4. Grading of mark obtained shall be as follows:
Four (4) Point Grading System

Range of % Scores

Letter Grade

GPA

Points Weighing

Class of Diploma

70- 100 %

A

3.50 - 4.00

4.00

Distinction

60- 69 %

B

3.00 - 3.49

3.00

Upper Credit

50 – 59%

C

2.50 - 2.99

2.00

Lower Credit

40- 49%

D

2.00 - 2.49

1.00

Pass

00- 39%

E

0.00– 1.99

0.00

Fail

 

Award of Certificate Obtained

FCGPA

Class of Diploma

CGPA 3. 50 –  4. 00

Distinction

CGPA 3. 00  ­-  3. 49

Upper Credit

CGPA 2. 50 –  2. 99

Lower Credit

CGPA 2.00  –  2.49

Pass

CGPA 0.00  –  1. 99

Fail

 

Academic Transcripts   
Academic Transcripts may be released on request by the Registrar with evidence payment of three thousand naira (₦3000) within Nigeria and five thousand naira (₦5000) outside Nigeria.


Examination Fees
a. An examination fee determined by the college authorities shall be charged on each student at the time of registration.
b. Students’ registration for carryover courses shall also be surcharged per course as determined by the examination committee.


Resit Students/External Candidates
1. Any students who is coming back to resit his/her National examination or carry over courses must pay sessional before he/she is allowed to seat for the course.
2. Also students coming back for national examination must stayed in the college and attain lectures for three (3) consecutive months before he/she is allowed to  seat for the national examination.

 

Registrations and Orientation
Guideline for Students’ Registration

1. Collection of admission letters by new students at academic division.
2. registration clearance for new students at academic division.
3. collection of registration forms at academic division.
4. payment of registration fees through designated banks.
5. collection of registration permit from HODs.
6. collection of course outline at the respective departments.
7. signing of course registration forms by course lecturers.
8. final registration by the respective Heads of Departments.

Note:
a. Students shall only be registered as students of the college on the payment of registration fees, production of admission document duly signed by the appropriate authority and having satisfied the authorities of the genuineness of the information submitted on their application forms.

b. All returning and fresh students must register at the beginning of every semester. Students are expected to collect course registration forms from HODs and fill. Newly admitted students can only be issued these forms on the production of their letters of admission while returning students must produce their identity cards for the purpose of identification.
c. A very important condition for registration is the payment of the following fees, per session as may be approved by the college.


S/No

Item

Taraba Indigenes

Non-Indigenes

1

Tuition Fee

2

Caution Deposit

3

Examination Fees

4

Games Fees

5

Student Identity Card and Name Tag

6

Library Registration

7

Students Handbook

8

Hostel Maintenance

9

Departmental Registration

10

NECO/WAEC Verification

11

Sports Equipment

12

Practical Supervision

13

Project Supervision

14

Laboratory Fees

15

Computer Services

16

Maintenance Fees

17

Medical Fees

18

School Registration

19

Student Union Government Constitution

20

Administrative Charges

21

Student Union Government Dues

22

Field Work

23

Caution Deposit

24

Acceptance Fees

25

Matriculation Fees

26

 

27

 

 

Total

 

Other Fees

S/No

Item

Amount

1

Academic Transcript (within Nigeria)

₦3000=

2

Academic Transcript (outside Nigeria)

₦5000=

3

Hiring of Academic Gown

₦500=

4

Inter/Intra Departmental Transfer

₦3000=

5

Remarking of Examination Scripts (payment per script)

₦3000=

6

Late National Examination Registration Surcharge

₦5,000=

1. There is no refund of any fees paid if:
2. A student voluntary withdraws from the college or hostel. 
3. A student is sent away on disciplinary grounds or
4. The college is closed down.


Registration Periods in the Semester
First semester
1st and 2nd week = normal registration
3rd week  = late registration
Second semester
1st week = normal registration
2nd week – late registration
Note
a. Late registration attracts a late registration fee of one thousand (₦ 1000) only.
b. The registration exercise must be completed within three weeks in the first semester and two weeks in the second semester
c. Any student who fails to register within the time specified above shall be deemed to have withdrawn voluntarily from the college.


Procedure for Filing of Documents in Students’ File

Documents in both newly admitted and old students’ files should be arranged and filed in the following order or sequence:
i. Admission letter,
ii. College registration form with four recent or current passport photograph attached thereto,
iii. GCE/NECO/SSCE/TC II etc original certificates/results,
iv. Secondary School Testimonials,
v. Primary school Certificate,
vi. Primary School Testimonials,
vii. Marriage Certificate (for married women),
viii. Indigene Certificate,
ix. Birth Certificate or Declaration Age,
x. A letter of attestation from a highly responsible, placed and respected person in your community vouching for your unquestionable integrity, character and behaviour.


Orientation

An orientation course is usually organized for fresh students every session. This programme is intended to enable new students settle and adjust to college life. The students are introduced to the functions and procedures of activities in the College and are also explained. During the orientation course, the students are introduced to the principal officers and some vital facilities such as Medical Services, Security, Welfare, Library, Sports, etc. All new students are expected to attend the orientation course as it exposes the students to the school environment and College facilities. Any student who fails to attend any orientation course would have his/her admission deferred to the next session.    

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