UI DLC Second Semester Examination and Continuous Assessment Date.

UI DLC Second Semester Examination

UI DLC Second Semester Examination

UI DLC Second Semester Examination.…..The Management of UI DLC  is rekindling efforts to improve on  distance learning activities. The management has vow that this would be evident in this new year. However, the students should take note of the  following information carefully.


It should be reiterated that the deployment of Continuous Assessment tests after examinations as previously done was only situational. You would recall that the initiative was an offshoot of the shifting of deadline for payment of school fees. In order to stem this tide, the 2018/2019 Second Semester Continuous Assessment has been scheduled to commence on Monday, 13 January, 2020 to Friday, 18 January, 2020. Continuous Assessment timetable would be deployed hereafter. (Please always check your dedicated DLC email for updates)

Furthermore, note that Continuous Assessment Test for GES courses done in the first semester and those scheduled for the second semester would be done from Monday, 13 January to Friday, 17 January, 2020. The Centre is working with the Centre for General Studies to ensure seamless deployment of the CA tests. (Modalities to be used would be communicated to you hereafter).



Note that the Second Semester Examinations have been scheduled to commence on Monday, 27 January, 2020. A draft time table would be broadcast next week for your inputs.


The town hall meeting is a meeting held by the UIDLC Management with learners both in Ibadan and Lagos every semester. The second semester edition has been scheduled to hold as follows: Ibadan: Wednesday, 8 January, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Lagos: Thursday, 9 January, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.

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