Thursday, April 6, 2017

UNN Physically Challenged Students take the CBT Exams

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The students and the library staff that guide them

Library staff helping a blind student
The ongoing Computer-Based Examinations at the University of Nigeria Nsukka do not exclude the physically challenged group of students which comprise the hearing/visually impaired, and others. The Library, headed by Professor Chinwe N. Ezeani has created means of enabling these students overcome difficult situations. Thanks to the Physically Challenged Department of the Library and the research group called the SURPLUS PEOPLE. With the help of the aforementioned groups, these students comfortably partake in the exams at the CBT centre. The research group earlier mentioned, comprises members of library staff who deemed it fit to put what they find in theory, to practice, by providing wheel chairs to support some of the students, carrying them up to the topmost floor of the library building where the exams are being held. See more pictures after the cut...
Drs. Okore, Osadebe, Ali and other members of the group posing with the students
Dr. Ngozi Osadebe, doing what she knows best.