Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FEDPONAS)

Federal Poly Nasarawa Resumption Date for 2019/2020 [UPDATED]

Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FPN) Resumption Date for the Continuation of 2019/2020 Academic Session has been announced.

Further to the announcement of 24th January 2021 as the resumption date for 2020/2021 session, the management of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa wishes to welcome all students back to campus.

All students are reminded that they must comply with the following COVID-19 safety guidelines:

  1. Regular washing of hands with soap and water
  2. Mandatory use of face masks
  3. The use of hand sanitizers at offices, theatres, lecture halls, laboratories etc:
  4. Avoiding crowded places to ensure social distance.
  5. Ensuring respiratory hygiene.
  6. Regular intake of diets that boast immunity amongst
  7. Reporting any symptomatic case to the Director of Health Services at the Clinic
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The school management wishes all students a happy stay on campus.

Below is the circular dated 15th January 2021.

This is to inform all students of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FPN) that the school management has fixed Sunday 24th January 2021 as the new resumption date for the continuation of 2019/2020 session.

This was disclosed in a memorandum signed by the Polytechnic’s Registrar and directed to the entire Polytechnic Community.

The circular fully reads:

“I write on the authority of the Rector, following the resolution reached by Top Management at its 86 Emergency Virtual Meeting held on Thursday, 14 January, 2021, to inform you that Sunday, 24 January, 2021 has been approved for resumption of students as full Academic activities take-off from Monday. 25th January, 2021.

Similarly, both members of staff and students are advised to take responsibility by adhering to the under listed COVID-19 protocols and other non-pharmaceutical measures 

Mandatory use of face masks by all staff and students alilke:

  1. Regular washing of hands with soap and water
  2. Mandatory use of face masks
  3. The use of hand sanitizers at offices, theatres, lecture halls, laboratories etc:
  4. Avoiding crowded places to ensure social distance.
  5. Ensuring respiratory hygiene.
  6. Regular intake of diets that boast immunity amongst
  7. Reporting any symptomatic case to the Director of Health Services at the Clinic
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Please, all Deans, HODs, HoUs, Directors, Coordinators Chlef Security Officer, SUG President among others are kindly requested to bring the content of this circular to the notice of all staff and students with a view to ensuring strict compliance.

Thank you!


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