Bauchi State College of Agriculture Academic Calendar 2020/2021

Bauchi State College of Agriculture, BASCOA proposed academic calendar for the 2020/2021 academic session is out.

Bauchi State College of Agriculture (BASCOA) Academic Calendar

The management of the Bauchi State College of Agriculture (BASCOA) has released the proposed academic calendar for the 2020/2021 academic session.

BASCOA Academic Calendar

FIRST SEMESTER

  • Sale of Forms: 15 February 2021-14th May 2021
  • Admission: 31 March 2021-18 August 2021
  • Screening of students: 18 August 2021-30 August, 2021
  • Registration of new students: 1st September 2021-18th September 2021 (2 weeks)
  • Registration for returning students: 20 September, 2021 – 4 October 2021 (2 weeks)
  • Late registration: 20 September, 2021 – 25 September, 2021
  • Lectures: 6th September 2021 – 20 November 2021 (11 Weeks)
  • Matriculation: 20th September 2021 (1 day).
  • Examination: 22 November 2021-10 December 2021 (3 Weeks)
  • Marking of scripts: 22 November 2021 – 23 December, 2021
  • Compilation of results: 29 December, 2021 – 4 January, 2022.
  • ABM: January 2022 – 6th January 2022
  • Semester break: 12 December 2021 – 4th January 2022

SECOND SEMESTER

  • Registration: 5th January 2022 – 22nd January 2022 (3 weeks)
  • Lectures: 10th January 2022 – 19th March 2022 (11 weeks)
  • Examination: 21st March 2022 – 9th April 2022 (3 weeks)
  • Marking of scripts: 21st March 2022 – 23rd April 2022
  • Compilation of results: 25 April 2022 – 3rd May 2022
  • ABM: 4th May 2022 – 5th May 2022
  • SIWES: 11th April 2022 – 17th June 2022 (10 Weeks)
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