Despite his busy schedule, the Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Venda, Prof Peter Mbati, accompanied by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic, Prof Jan Crafford and the Assistant Registrar, Mr Mpfariseni Ligudu, visited all the venues where the 2017 registration processes were taking place. The Vice Chancellor was impressed by the smooth running of registration and the way it was conducted. He applauded administrators for their consistency during applications and registrations by following the ethics and guidelines of the University. By the end of business day on Tuesday, 24 January 2017, 11 096 students were already registered online which was fast and hassle free.

Above L-R: Mr Mpfariseni Ligudu, Prof Peter Mbati and Prof Jan Crafford in conversation regarding registration processes

About two years ago, the University Management initiated a business process re-engineering project plan with a view to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the selection, admission and registration processes. The project has been a success and as witnessed in the smooth and efficient 2017 registration exercise.

Above: Prof Peter Mbati greets one of the parents during registration

Some of the students and parents who interacted with the Vice Chancellor expressed their appreciation for the smooth registration processes. They encouraged the University to maintain this standard in the successive years.
“I am very happy to see such a great team which strive towards one goal. If we can carry on with this team spirit of hard work in serving our students, we will surely steer this University towards the right direction,” alluded Prof Mbati. Prof Mbati was happy to see parents who accompanied their children especially those who were registering for the first time. “This shows that the University and the parents of these students work together in making sure that opportunities are given to these students to pursue their dreams and careers as future leaders. Transition from high school to tertiary can be intimidating and sometimes confusing to these youngsters. It brings joy to me when I see parents giving all their support to their children to settle into their new way of life as University students” he concluded.

Above: Prof Peter Mbati having conversation with some of the students

Issued by: Department of Communications and Marketing
University of Venda
Tel: 015 962 8525
Date: 25 January 2017

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