Two students of The Polytechnics Ibadan, Mary Adenisola Sebiotimo of the Quantity Surveying Department and Oluwatomisin Easter Adesuyi of the department of Estate Management, have been rewarded for their academic excellence by The International Psychometrics Centre (IPCentre), Ibadan after scoring the highest marks in the Psychometrics’ studies.
The management of IPCentre rewarded the students with scholarships during their visit to the school.
Chairman, IPCentre Governing Council, Otunba Abimbola Davis, said the scholarship was to fulfil the promise made by the institution to encourage student that emerges the best in Psychometrics studies across all institutions in Nigeria.
His words: “International Psychometric Centre’s primary focus is on the tertiary education sub-sector where it designs and integrates detailed psychometric studies curricula as separate general studies courses into the existing benchmark minimum academic standards for all classes of tertiary institutions in the country.”
Also, Davis promised to assist the polytechnic’s Student Union Government in gathering funds to renovate its SUG building after evaluating the cost to refurbish building.
Deputy Rector, Mrs. Abiodun A. Olubamiwa, while responding on behalf of the Rector of the school, Prof. Kazeem A. Adebiyi thanked the management of IPCentre for instituting scholarship scheme to appreciate and encourage students taking the course.
Adebiyi said: “This is value added, it means not only will the students pass, but they have something to look forward to as a compensation for their effort, hence I am commending IPC because I have never witnessed or observed this level of response to good academic performance.”