Friday, December 29, 2017

Checkout These Strange Rules In Some Of Nigeria Private Universities



Private Universities in Nigeria have over the years proved to be expensive citadels of learning and funny rules.

Almost all the private universities in the country have one rules or the other that expose their students to mockery by their counterparts in government-controlled tertiary institutions.
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An ideal university is a learning environment with a modicum of control that allows students to ventilate their ideas without any fear.
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10 amusing rules in Nigerian Private Universitiesplay
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Mountain of Fire University Gate (Naijagospel)
But Nigerian private universities are good academic communities that pin down their students with rules and regulations that are explicitly stated in the students' handbooks.
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Most of these schools are faith-based institutions and here are some of the funny rules the universities management devised to control the perceived excesses of their students.
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1 Guys can't hug girls after 7 pm
At Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Male students are not allowed to hug their female counterpart from 7 pm. Any student caught violating the rule will be forced to undergo community service in the university bakery.
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2 Jeans and Chinos are 'diabolic materials'
Covenant University has some of the strangest rules that either attract suspension or expulsion.
In the university handbook, students are not allowed to wear Jeans, Chinos and Corduroy materials because according to the management, these clothing are diabolic.


3. You can't wear Designer glasses and local beads
Al-Hikmat University is a prominent Islamic educational institution in Nigeria. This university forbids its students from wearing designer glasses and local beads.
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4. Students shouldn't use a car
Students of Ajayi Crowther University are not permitted to use any ride anytime they are on campus. Non-compliant of this law attract seizure of the car and the student will have to face the disciplinary committee for challenging the university law.
5. No pregnancy for married and unmarried students
Ajayi Crowther University also forbids it, students whether married or unmarried from getting pregnant.
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The penalty for this offence is a session suspension and the same penalty applies to the male student who impregnates his female colleague.
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6. Fashion accessories for female students is prohibited
The Mountain of Fire University derives its rules from the Church that established it. This university frowns at the use of certain fashion accessories like necklaces, chains and hand bands.
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Also, female students' skirt hems must be 2-4 inches below the knee. As for male students, it is illegal to wear ties with canvass.
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7. Wearing of short skirts and long hair is prohibited
Like Mountain of Fire University, Babcock University does not allow female students to wear short skirts and long hair on campus. When a student fixes attachment to her hair, the university rules say the extension must not exceed her neck.
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8. Faculty dress Code
As a student at Afe Babalola University in Ado Ekiti, you are expected to comply with the university dress code for each Faculty. For instance, it is reported that those in Sciences put on cream-coloured shirts with trousers to match.
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9. You can't keep raw foodstuff in your hostel
At Bowen University, it is illegal to keep raw foodstuff in your hostel. The university also does not allow its students to wear jeans.
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10. Watching or listening to worldly music is a crime.
At Covenant University, listening to world music is a grave offence that could get students expelled from the school. The university frowns at secular music and will never allow its students to be destroyed by such entertainment.
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Fam! if you have a sibling or cousin who wants to slay like queens and swag like kings in campus, you'll need to advise them not to choose any of these universities because these institutions will not allow them to express their 21st century ideas.




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