Kwara College of Health Technology, Offa, has expelled 32 students involved in examination malpractice and various acts of indiscipline, the Provost, Mr Raheem Aliyu, said.
Aliyu made this known in an interview with news men in Ilorin on Thursday.
He said that as a college of health technology, there was the need to produce graduates who could stand the test of time and compete favorably with colleagues anywhere in the world.
Students are made to know that they need to sit down and read.
This is a health institution; it is either you know it or you do not.
The provost stressed the need for students to be proactive and comply with the rules and regulations of the school.
On the introduction of Higher Diploma programme, Aliyu said the college was only mandated to produce middle manpower cadre for healthcare services.
According to him, the institution offers 13 accredited courses in medical and environmental sciences.
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