By Eliaser Ndeyanale
THE Chairperson of the International University of Management (IUM) governing council, Dr David Namwandi, has read students at the university the riot act and warned that the institution will not tolerate academic fraud or anything that will tarnish its image.
Namwandi made the remarks during the official opening of IUM’s academic year held at the Dorado main campus on Monday, this week. According to Namwandi the university values students’ patronage and commits to doing everything in its power to provide them with nothing but the best.
“We need you to work with us by ensuring that you bring your part to the table. We expect you to do what is required of you, including attending your lectures punctually and regularly, as well as doing your assignments,” said Namwandi.
“Note that at IUM any academic dishonesty is not tolerated and will render you to disciplinary action. Plagiarism is academic theft and is considered a serious crime.”
He encouraged students to study hard and not just to pass exams, but to acquire knowledge for themselves. “You must be able to apply what you read to the world of work, whether as an employee or as a wealth creator .
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