THOSE WHO ATTENDED PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES ABOUT 40 YEARS AGO, SHOULD WEEP OVER THE PRESENT POOR STATE OF THE COUNTRY’S TERTIARY INSTITUTION -ASUU

THOSE WHO ATTENDED PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES ABOUT 40 YEARS AGO, SHOULD WEEP OVER THE PRESENT POOR STATE OF THE COUNTRY’S TERTIARY INSTITUTION -ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has said Nigerians who attended public universities about 40 years ago, such as in the generation of the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, should weep over the present poor state of the country’s tertiary institutions. ASUU added that several petitions which it submitted to the Federal Government against corrupt vice-chancellors in some universities had yet to be acted upon, noting that the government should show more…

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NECO must conduct exams on health standards – Reps

NECO must conduct exams on health standards – Reps

The House of Representatives has asked the leadership of the National Examinations Council to conduct its examination across the country in line with the new public health standards..The Chairman, House Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mr Benjamin Kalu, who stated these in a statement, added that that the COVID-19 pandemic and post-COVID era would mean a lot of changes also in the education sector..The lawmakers added that the council registrar had a responsibility to…

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President Buhari to consider reopening of schools and churches today, as recommended by PTF

President Buhari to consider reopening of schools and churches today, as recommended by PTF

President Muhammadu Buhari is set to authorize the reopening of Schools and Worship centres across the country after receiving recommendation from the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19. Bashir Ahmad, Personal Assistant on New Media to President Buhari disclosed this on Monday through his twitter handle. According to Ahmad, “The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has submitted parts of its recommendations on the partial re-opening of some additional businesses, schools and places of worships for possible…

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JAMB to hold 2020 National Policy Meeting, June

JAMB to hold 2020 National Policy Meeting, June

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board says it has not published its National cut off marks for placement of candidates into the Nation’s Tertiary institution as being speculated in different quarters. The National cut-off mark could only be arrived at with the inputs of the critical stakeholders in the educational sector scheduled for days ahead. This year national policy meeting will be decided on the 16th of June, 2020.

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Bowen to Start First Phase of the Second Semester Examination on 1st June, 2020

Bowen to Start First Phase of the Second Semester Examination on 1st June, 2020

The Management of Bowen University, Iwo has confirmed that the University’s examination for the Second Semester of 2019/2020 will be phased and the first phase is to start on Monday 1st of June 2020, virtually. In a statement from the Vice Chancellor, Professor Joshua Ogunwole, students are urged to take time to carefully read the guidelines for the Online Examination as published on the University website. The statement further urged students not allow distractions and…

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COVID-19: Fayemi relaxes lockdown, asks civil servants, schools to resume in Ekiti

COVID-19: Fayemi relaxes lockdown, asks civil servants, schools to resume in Ekiti

With effect from Monday, residents of Ekiti State now have opportunities to pursue their businesses Monday through Friday from 6am to 8pm. Governor Kayode Fayemi, who disclosed this in a statewide broadcast Sunday evening, also revealed that consultations were underway to reopen worship centres, schools and big markets in the state. Also with effect from Monday, public officers on Grade Level 8 and above are to resume for duty while those on Grade Level 7…

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FG should reopen schools to NECO, WAEC candidates — PTA

FG should reopen schools to NECO, WAEC candidates — PTA

The National Parent-Teacher Association of Nigeria has asked the Federal Government to reopen schools nationwide, first to pupils who will be sitting external examinations by bodies such as the West African Examinations Council and the National Examinations Council. The NAPTAN National President, Alhaji Haruna Danjuma, said in an interview with one of our correspondents said the government could provide safety medical equipment in schools. Danjuma noted that the association had resolved to put measures in…

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UNILAG: ADMISSIONS TO POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES 2020/2021 SESSION

UNILAG: ADMISSIONS TO POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES 2020/2021 SESSION

The School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos – University of First Choice and the Nation’s Pride, a leading, reputable first generation Institution for postgraduate education and research in Africa, situated in the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria, hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates from recognized institutions for admission into Postgraduate programmes of the University in the 2020/2021 Session, namely: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Programmes. Masters Degree Programmes (i.e. LL.M, M.A., M.Ed., M.Sc., etc.). Professional…

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School Resumption: NECO Candidates Should Never Dream Of Resuming School Before Others

School Resumption: NECO Candidates Should Never Dream Of Resuming School Before Others

As president Muhammad Buhari appointed Goodwill Obioma as the chief executive and registrar of the national examination council, on 15th May 2020 which was signed by minister of education Adamu Adamu. The signing and appointing of new national examination council registrar, brought out rumours going round saying that NECO Candidates will be returning to schools. And probably writing their exams before West African examinations council (WAEC). This rumours was based on the fact that five…

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