Students

 
 

New Student(s) Portal Proccess;

1. Check your admission status first with the your Registration No.(e.g ESITM/XX/XXXXX) and Your Admission Pin Code (e.g XXXXXXXXXXXX). (Click here)
2. Proceed to clearance by first logging in with your registration no and a access pin code to accept admission. (Click here)
3. Click on "ACCEPT ADMISSION" button and you will be prompted to enter clearance pin, After which you will need to upload the following document(s) listed below;

1 Local Government Area
2 Oath Of Aligiance
3 Guarantors Letter
4 Result(WAEC/NEC) 1
5 Result(WAEC/NEC) 1
6 Date Of Birth Certificate
7 Good Conduct
8 Non Membership Of Cult
9 Acceptance letter

And print out two (2) documents after uploading these documents;

1. Personal Data Form
2. Clearance Form

and wait to be cleared by the clearance officer.

Once you have been cleared by the clearance officer then you can now login with a default password "pass" and your student registration no. as stated below;

Registration No. : ESITM/XX/XXXXX
Password : pass

After Logging in, you will be prompted to select the session to login to. Please select 2010/2011.

Immediately after logging in , you are advised to change your default password "pass" by clicking on options-> Change Password,

Enter Old Password : myesitm
New Password : xxxxxxxx
Confirm New Password : xxxxxxxx

on the left side of your student panel.

And then you can click on Fees Payment to pay school fees and other related fees.

 

Existing(Old) Student(s) Portal Proccess;

For existing(old) student(s) you are expected to login with your registration no. (e.g ESITM-2010-XX) and a default password "pass"

After Logging in you will be prompted to select the session to login to.

Please select 2009/2010.

Immediately after logging in you are advised to change your default password "pass" by clicking on Options-> Change Password,

Enter Old Password : pass
New Password : xxxxxxxx
Confirm New Password : xxxxxxxx

on the left side of your student panel.

And then you can click on Fees Payment to pay school fees and other related fees.

General Responsibilities
All students have a responsibility to obtain, read and familiarize themselves with the whole Polytechnic and all course assessment regulations. They are also required to:
1. Register punctually on their confirmed programme of study.
2. Pay any fee/fees required by the programme by the specified date.
3. Attend all lectures, tutorials, laboratory classes and other forms of scheduled contact, on time and to remain for the duration of the scheduled class. In instances of illness, students are required to ensure that a written note is provided to their programme leader not later than 24hours after the absence commenced, and to confirm with the programme leader when they are well again.
4. Participate in class activities organized by the lecturer(s).
5. Complete all 'homework' required by the lecturer as part of the programme of study.
6. Hand in all class assessments by the due date.
7. Ensure that all formal assessment work handed in for marking is entirely your own work, except where collaborative work is specified.
8. Conform to the general Polytechnic rules and regulations.
9. Conform to the rules and regulations of the Computer Centre, Library and other Centres in the Polytechnic.
10. Pay due respect to fellow students and ensure that the peace, tranquility and general enjoyment of life of others is not disrupted.

Academic Assessment for Students
In addition, it is the responsibility of students to submit work and to attend examinations for assessment as required and to provide the extenuating circumstances to the Board in advance of its meeting with any relevant information on personal circumstances which may have affected performance and which they wish to be taken into account in assessment, in accordance with Polytechnic regulations.
It is the responsibility of students to advise the relevant Academic Office of any disability or difficulty on the basis of which they are requesting special examination or assessment arrangements, in accordance with the relevant Sections of these Regulations. If a student fails to submit work for assessment or attend examinations without valid extenuating circumstances, which had been accepted by the Extenuatmg Circumstances Board, the Assessment Board will deem the student to have failed the assessment concerned.
If a student fails to provide the relevant Academic Office with a claim for Extenuating Circumstances within the published deadline, including information about personal circumstances that may have affected performance, any subsequent request for review of an Assessment Board decision will normally be rejected.
It is the responsibility of students to advise the relevant Academic Office in writing by the published deadlines, if they are withdrawing from a course or a module. Failure to do so will normally result in non-submission of work/non-attendence at examinations being recorded as failure. It is the responsibility of students to ensure that they are registered for any module for which they are submitting work for assessment.

Coursework Assessment for Students
For the purposes of these Regulations, assessed coursework shall include essays, assignments, in-class tests, projects, dissertations, practical work, presentations, placement or field trip reports, designs, theses, artifacts, film/video, computer-based analysis, etc. A range of coursework will be used within each named award (but not necessarily within each module) to provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate the acquisition of different aptitudes and skills.
In determining the range of coursework assessments, staff will consider means of preventing plagiarism or other unfair advantage. Information on the definition of plagiarism and the potential penalties should be included in course handbooks. Students will be advised in their course handbook that all coursework assignments are governed by the principles set out in the Polytechnic's Code of Practice on Ethics.

Handing in and Return of Course Work
The schedule for the submission of coursework shall be published in respect of each module within two weeks of the start of each semester. In cases where work is to be returned, dates for return of all coursework shall also be published. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that work is handed in within the due deadlines and in accordance with the published system. Students should, where possible, retain a copy of all coursework handed in for assessment. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that, where assessed coursework is to be returned as part of the teaching and learning process, they have received all relevant work and to advise the module leader of any discrepancy. The School Academic Officer or Module Leader will retain uncollected assessed coursework until the completion of the teaching programme in the following semester.

Marking Practices - Late Submission of Course Work
The Polytechnic operates a two-tier penalty system for late submission of coursework and in-module assessment, in cases where there is no valid claim of extenuating circumstances. This regulation applies to all students registered for an award, irrespective of their level of study. Normally, the deadline for submission of coursework will be one of the week-days from Monday to Friday inclusive. Where possible, the submission day will coincide with the day the module classes are normally taught. The Polytechnic does not allow submission deadlines to be set for weekends. If students submit coursework late, but within 24 hours or one working day of the specified deadline without a valid claim of extenuating circumstances, such students will be penalized. This ensures that work, which satisfies the threshold for a pass mark, may still be assessed even if the final deadline has been missed by up to 24 hours or one working day.

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