Information To DLI Accounting YR4 Students

Writing of project for year4 commence this year. Project seminar to be organise by DLISA on 17th march and launching of e-learning on 7th April 2012. Lecture commence 14th April. Current School fees is yet to be release on-line....

Note. Class list compilation for project is on process.....Please add a comment with your Name and matric number on this information posted on Studentfield.
DLI Final year students are to check Notice board for the list of project supervisors! The list is out

Kindly note that the Entrance Examination for 2011/2012 Degree and Diploma Application will come up on 13th of March, 2012.

Togetherness is  our strength .......

Dapo Akinduro


    Please you guys should discuss with the DLI Mgt on the timing of our test, as many of us are workers and have even taking up more challenging roles. Our test should henceforth from this session be fixed for weekends; Saturdays or Sundays to get more participation for God’s sake we’re not regulars. It’s been a challenge for many of us having to beg for excuse to write test, we pay so much and deserve to get much as well.
    Dapo please I am trusting you on this as it will go a long way to put more weights to our CGPA’s.
    Thank you

  2. Good one from you dear...We promise to communicate to the mgt through the student union....

  3. God 'll strenghten 'ur elbow. - Dare Odubela (081001573)

  4. Ayobami ayoola solomon6 March 2012 at 13:58

    Dapson well done,Almighty God wil strengthen u and sucess wil b ur potion, pls try to table dis to the dli excos or management that they should do something about our sch fees dis year, the one we are paying is much they should reduce it. AYOBAMI AYOOLA SOLOMON Matric no 081001250

  5. Hi all,

    please when will our result be pasted on line and hw do we access it.


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