The Vice-Chancellor of Ekiti State University, Prof. Samuel Oye Bandele has urged the undergraduates of the university who are preparing for Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) to take full advantage of the opportunities abound in their proposed training at the SIWES programme.

The Vice-Chancellor who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Prof. Olubunmi Ajayi told the undergraduate students that the exposure, training and skills learnt at their SIWES would be beneficial to their future.

Prof. Ajayi explained that the benefits of the practical experience awaiting them at their different postings require that they are focused, humble, diligent and creative.

She warned against acts of indiscipline, and indolence at work while urging them to be good ambassadors of Ekiti State University.

The Head of Training of the Industrial Training Fund, Mr. K. V. Kings commended the students for their hard work in the classrooms adding that they should work harder.

The Coordinator of SIWES in Ekiti State University, Dr. J. T. Stephen informed the Vice Chancellor that the students have been adequately prepared to take part in the SIWES programme.

The Industrial Training Programme for qualified undergraduates will begin immediately after the first semester examinations.