For a long time now, students of the Advanced School of Mass Communication (ASMAC), have faced much difficulty with the public every time they had to carry out field work. This is due to the fact that the school has not provided them with identification cards, as proof of their enrolment in the institution.
Due to several complaints and pleas from ASMAC students, coupled with the silence of the administration, the president of the Association des Etudiantes des en Communication (ASEC) decided to look into the issue of identification badge provision for the students.
Making this announcement yesterday 26th March 2019, in the Journalism level 1 class, the president of the student governing body MBALLA EFFA Janvier said the aim is to identify the students, as part of ASMAC.
His decision to provide students with identification badges is because of complaints from the students who find it very difficult to access information every time they are out of school for practical studies because they have nothing to show as evidence of them being in the institution.
The badges, though not considered as student identification cards, will serve as substitutes, and each badge will carry the signature of the president.
The reason why the much-needed identification cards had not been provided before now by the school, is that the mother institution: The University of Yaoundé 2 Soa, charged with the provision of these cards remained silent on the issue.
In addition to the badges, students will also get Lapel pins, with ASMAC written on them, just like their professional counterparts of ENAM and IRIC, to further solidify their identification, and prove to the public that they are students from the prestigious ASMAC. However, the lapel pins will cost 1000francs CFA, and every student who wants one will have to purchase it.
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