The beneficiaries of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko Student Work-Study Scheme (SWSS) have been urged by the management to reciprocate the university’s gesture by being diligent and of good conduct in their various places of assignment.
The scheme, which took-off in July 2010, according to the university, allows willing and indigent students to work for two hours every work day for some stipends to support themselves financially while studying at the university.
The Director of the scheme, Dr. Adejompo Fagbohunka, who gave the charge while issuing letter of employment to no fewer than 50 beneficiaries of the programme for the First Semester of the 2016/2017 academic session, said: “You will agree with me that university management has been magnanimous enough to have sustained the programme in the face of the prevailing paucity of funds confronting in the university.
“I, therefore, urge you, in your own interest, to reciprocate the magnanimity of the management by being diligent at work and of good conduct. Be submissive to your bosses and take the advantage of this scheme to acquire the work ethics,” Fagbohunka stressed.