The new beneficiaries of the Student Work-Study Scheme, SWSS, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, have been urged to reciprocate the gesture by being diligent and being of good conduct in their various places of assignment.
The Scheme, which took-off in July 2010, allows willing and indigent students to work for two hours every work day for monetary stipend to support themselves financially while studying in the University.
The Director of SWSS, Dr. Adejompo Fagbohunka, gave the charge on Monday last week while issuing letter of employment to 50 beneficiaries of the Scheme for the First Semester of the 2016/2017 academic session.
Dr. Fagbohunka said, “You will agree with me that University Management has been magnanimous enough to have continued with this programme despite the prevailing financial crunch in the University.
“I therefore urge you, in your own interest, to reciprocate the magnanimity of the Management. Please, be diligent at work and be of good conduct. Be submissive to bosses and take the advantage of this scheme to learn the work ethics.”
Some of the beneficiaries who spoke after receiving their letters thanked the University Management for sustaining the scheme and promised to abide by the rules and regulations guiding it.