Wednesday, 24 August 2016

It Takes The Faculty Of Letters And Social Sciences Of The University of Dschang At Least Two Weeks To Issue Out Attestations

Concurs into higher institutions of the country have been launched but I have one preoccupation regarding the nature in which attestations are being issued by the the Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences(FLSS) of the University of Dschang, Cameroon. The Rector of the University Prof. Tsafack Roger in a ceremony at the Amphi 1000 of the University on 4th August 2016 to conclude activities of the 2015-2016 academic year insisted that meritorious students of his institution should be given their attestations from the day their results are published without any delay.
Contrary to the Rector's decision, the FLSS of the University of Dschang has gone a long way to frustrate students of it's faculty.
I left Nkambe for Dschang on 17 August 2016 to collect my attestation but to my greatest surprise, what was supposed to be available from 1 July 2016 that I had my results was not yet ready. I had to visit five offices for respective signatures on my "quitus" before depositing it at the Dean's office. The picture in this post suggests that I visited a certain office on 16/08/2016. It is false!!! I was in Nkambe on this day. The woman intentionally wrote 16/08/2016 to cover up the day she was absent from work.
Another sad case was at the office of the woman in charge of the Library of the Faculty ( Bibliothèque FLSH). She was not in her office at a time she knew that students needed her most. We were later told that it's been a week since she last came to her office.
I had intended to collect my attestation and register for ENS Bambili before August 19 and ENS Maroua before August 26. All to no avail, I had to abandon my files and wait for the day the woman in charge of the Faculty's library will ever came so that I give her my documents to certify before I deposit them at the Dean's office and wait for at least two weeks before my attestation will be available. What a mess!
This not the case in the other faculties of the University.

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