The College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Biosecurity (COVAB) presented her students for the award of degrees in the third session of the 71st Makerere University Graduation Ceremony which was held on Wednesday 19th May, 2021 in the University Freedom Square.
During the graduation ceremony, COVAB administration spearheaded by Prof. John David Kabasa presented 5 PhDs, 59 Masters, 12 Post graduate Diploma, and 278 Undergraduate students to the Chancellor Makerere University, Prof. Ezra Suruma for conferment of degrees in various disciplines.
Of the 5 PhD graduands, 1 was female while 4 were male. Of the 59 Masters graduands 17 were females while 42 were males. Of the 12 Post graduate Diplomas, 1 was female while 11 were male and of the 278 Undergraduates 90 were females while 188 were male.
On presenting the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) students to the Chancellor, the Dean School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Resources (SVAR), Prof. Robert Tweyongyere read the Oath which was as well taken by the BVM students virtually. He informed the Chancellor that this oath is to be signed by each student and handed in at the School on picking their transcripts.
The participating colleges in the third session of this graduation ceremony were COVAB, College of Business and Management Sciences, and College of Computing and Information Sciences.
Some of the COVAB students who scored 1st Class Bachelors Degrees stand up for recognition as the Dean School of Bio-security, Biotechnical and Laboratory Sciences (SBLS), Prof. Frank Mwine presents Undergraduate students to the Chancellor for conferment.