Bells University of Technology Academic Calendar for the 2024/2025 Session

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Bells Tech’s academic calendar for the 2024/2025 session has been approved by the school’s Senate committee.

Student and prospective students should possess a copy of the school’s academic calendar, as it contains essential information.

The following article contains the approved academic calendar for the academic session 2024/2025 of Bells Tech.

Bells Tech Academic Calendar for the 2024/2025 Session

The official academic calendar of the 2024/2025 session has been released by the school for the upcoming academic year.

Below is the official academic calendar for the 2024/2025 session;

First Semester (16th October – 31st March 2024)

20th September – Approval of Curricular Courses

29th September – Senate Meeting

4th October – Postgraduate Board Meeting

11th October – Departmental Board Meetings

12th October – Leadership Training

16th October – Return of Stale Students back to campus

17th -28th October – Commencement of lectures and Signing of course forms, Return of postgraduate students.

18th October – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting 

19th October – Students Disciplinary Committee Meeting

20th October – Campus Development Committee Meeting, Congregation Meeting

27th October – Senate Meeting

28th October – End of Course Registration for 300-500 Level and Postgraduate Students (Registration Portal Closure (12.00 Midnight))

29th October-11th November – Commencement and End of Late Course Registration for 300-500Level and Postgraduate Students

31st October-4th November  –  Convocation Week

5th November  – 14th Convocation for the Award of Degrees and Special Prizes

7th November – Postgraduate Board Meeting 

8th November – Departmental Boards Meetings

11th November – Resumption and Commencement of Lectures for Returning Special Direct Entry Students

11th – 25th November – Course Registration for Special Direct Entry Students

13th November – Resumption for 100-200 Level Students 

14th-18th November – Orientation/Registration for Newly Admitted Students, Resumption for new Postgraduate students

16th November – Student Disciplinary Committee Meeting

17th November – Campus Development Committee Meeting

15th November – College Boards Meetings

21st November – Commencement of Lectures for 100-200Level Students 

22nd November – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting

21st– 23rd November – College of Engineering College Conference and Lecture

24th November – Senate Meeting

26th November-16th December – Commencement and end of Late Course Registration,

Late Registration Portal Closes for Special Direct Entry students on Midnight, 16th December.

5th December – Postgraduate Board Meeting

6th December – Departmental Boards Meetings

8th December -14th January – Close of Registration for returning and new Postgraduate Students

Late Registration Penalty Commence(N50,000)

13th December – College Boards Meetings

15th December – Campus Development Committee Meeting 

17th December – 6th January – Christmas Break

8th January – Resumption After Christmas Break

Students (300-500 Level) must have paid at least 60% of School Fees to be Allowed into School on Sunday, 8th January.

9th-13th January – Mid-Semester Examinations for all Students

Generation of final Examination Attendance Sheet by Departments for 300-500 Level Students

Results to be considered by Departmental and College Boards of Examiners

14th January – Matriculation for New Undergraduate, Special Direct Entry, and Postgraduate Students 10:00 am for Undergraduates, 12:00 noon for SDE and Postgraduates.

19th January – Campus Development Committee Meeting

23rd-27th January – Continuous Assessment for 100-200 Level Students, Revision week for 300-500 Level Students, Results to be considered by Departmental and College Boards of Examiners, Students whose names are not on the Attendance List will not be eligible for examination.

25th January – COLNAS College Lecture, Seminar on Examination for Invigilators

26th January – Senate Meeting, Seminar for Students on Examinations

27th January – All newly Admitted Students (100-200Level) Must Have Paid At Least 60% of School Fees.

Students Who have not paid 60% of their School Fees Must Defer the Semester.

30th January -17th February -First Semester Examination for 300-500 Level Students

31st January – Seminar for Newly Employed Staff

13th-17th February – Generation of final Examination Attendance Sheet by Departments for 100-200 Level Students,

Students whose names are not on the Attendance list will not be eligible for examination.

16th February – Campus Development Committee Meeting

 20th February-3rd March – Marking and collation of Examination Results for 300-500 Level Students

 24th February – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meeting for Consideration of 300-500 Level Raw Score Results

27th February – Upload of Results by Lecturers

28th February -1st March – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meeting for Consideration of 300-500 Level Examination Results.

2nd -3rd March – College Boards of Examiners Meeting for Consideration of 300-500 Level Examination Results

5th March – Benefactors Day

6th -7th March – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting for Consideration of 300-500 Level Examination Results

8th March – Bursary Department Lecture

 9th -10th March – Special Senate Meeting for Consideration of 300-500 Level Examination Results

All Special Direct Entry Students must have paid a minimum of 60% of their fees (10th March)

13th-17th March – Revision week for 100-200 Level Students

 16th March – Campus Development Committee Meeting

 17th-23rd March – Revision Week for Special Direct Entry Students

 20th March-4th April – First Semester Examinations for 100-200 Level Students and Postgraduate Students

 29th March –  Student Affairs Counselling Unit Seminar

 24th March-16th April  -First Semester Examinations for Special Direct Entry Students

 30th March – Senate Meeting

Second Semester (19th March – 31st August 2024)

19th March – Resumption for Second Semester for 300-500 Level Students

20th March-4th April – First Semester Examinations for 100-200 Level Students and Postgraduate Students

20th-March-7th April – Commencement of Lectures, signing of course Registration forms, and End of Course Registration for 300-500 Level Students.

24th March-16th April – First Semester Examinations for Special Direct Entry Students

29th March – Student Affairs Counselling Unit Seminar

30th March – Senate Meeting

5th April – Departmental Boards meetings

5th-19th April – Marking and collation of First Semester Examination Results for 100-200 Level and Postgraduate Students

8th -21st April – Commencement and End of Late Registration for 300-500 Level Students

11th April – Resumption for second Semester for 100-200 Level Students

11th-12th April – COLENVS Conference/College Lecture

12th -28th April – Commencement of Lectures and Registration of Courses for 100-200 Level Students

12th April – Student Disciplinary Committee Meeting

13th April – Curriculum Committee Meeting

14th April – Uploads of Examination Results for 100-200Level and Postgraduate Students

17th April – Resumption and Commencement of lectures for the second Semester for Postgraduate Students.

18th-19th April – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meeting for Consideration of 100-200 Level and Postgraduate Students Examination Results.

20th April – Campus Development Committee Meeting

20th-21st April – College Boards of Examiners Meeting for Consideration of 100-200 Level and Postgraduate Students Examination Results.

24th – 25th April – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting for Consideration of 100-200Level Students Examination Results

26th April – Postgraduate Board Meeting for Consideration of Postgraduate Results

27th April – Special Senate for Consideration of 100-200 Level and Postgraduate First Semester Results

29th April-12th May – Commencement and End of Late Registration for 100-200 Level and Postgraduate Students.

8th-12th May – Mid-Semester Examinations (300-500 Level Students), Results to be considered by Departmental and College Boards of Examiners

8th May – Postgraduate Board Meeting

8th-21st May –  Commencement and End of Late Registration of Courses for Special Direct Entry Students

9th May – College Boards Meetings

11th May – Campus Development Committee Meeting

15th-19th May – Students’ week

16th May – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting

17th May – COLMANS College Lecture

18th May – Congregation Meeting

26th May – Submission of Final Year Project Write-up for Plagiarism Tests (Special Direct Entry Students)

29th May-2nd June – Mid – Semester Examination for 100-200 Level Students

5th June – Submission of Final Year Project write-up for Plagiarism Tests (Regular Undergraduate Students)

5th-9th June – Generation of final Examination Attendance Sheet by Departments for 300-500 Level Students

7th June – Examination Seminar for Invigilators

8th June – Campus Development Committee Meeting

12th– 16th June – Sending out of Final Year Projects for External Examinations

19th June-7th July – Second Semester Examinations for 300-500 Level Students

19th-23rd June – Generation of final Examination Attendance Sheet by Departments for 100-200 Level Students.

28th June – Registry Lecture

3rd-7th July – Revision week for 100-200 Level Students

7th July – Submission of Final year Project (Special Direct Entry)

9th-14th July – Generation of final Examination Attendance Sheet by Departments for Special Direct Entry Students.

10th-17th July – Marking and Collation of Second Semester Examinations Results (300-500 Level)

10th -21st July – Second Semester Examinations for 100-200 Level Students

10th -16th July – Invitation of External Examiners for Project Defense

12th July – Bells Ideal Graduate Seminar III

14th July – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings for consideration of raw score results (300-500Level)

17th July – Uploads of Results by Lecturers.

18th -19th July – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings

20th-21st July – College Boards of Examiners Meetings

21st-27th July – Revision week for Special Direct Entry Students

24th-25th July – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting for Consideration of Second Semester Examination Results (300-500Level)

24th July-4th August – Second Semester Examinations for Postgraduate Students

27th July – Special Senate Meeting for Consideration of Second Semester Results (300-500Level)

28th July – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings for consideration of raw score results (100-200 Level)

28th July-13th August – Second Semester Examinations for Special Direct Entry Students

31st July – Uploads of Results by Lecturers (100-200 Level)

1st-2nd August – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings for consideration of 100-200 Level Examination Results

3rd-4th August  – College Boards of Examiners Meetings

7th-8th August – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting for Consideration of Second Semester Examination Results (100-200 Level)

7th-18th August – Marking and Collation of Second Semester Examination Results for Postgraduate Students

10th-11th August – Special Senate Meeting for Consideration of Second Semester Examination Results (100-200 Level)

11th August – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings for Consideration of Postgraduate raw score results

14th August – Uploads of Results by Lecturers (Postgraduate)

15th August – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings for Consideration of Postgraduate Examination Results

16th August – College Boards of Examiners Meetings

21st August – Postgraduate Board Meeting for Consideration of Results

23rd August – Uploads of Results by Lecturers for Special Direct Entry Students

24th-25th August – Departmental Boards of Examiners Meetings

28th -29th August – College Boards of Examiners Meetings

30th August – Committee of Deans and Directors Meeting for Consideration of SDE Students’ Examination Results

31st August – Special Senate for Consideration of Postgraduate and SDE Students’ Examination Results

Conclusion

The academic calendar of every school highlights important dates and events expected to take place within the course of the school year.

Students are advised to always keep a copy of the academic calendar handy to avoid missing out on important dates and events.

Stay tuned to our blog to be informed of the latest happenings at Bells Tech via our blog posts.

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