New Telegraph

February 24, 2024
  1. Home
  2. Education

Category: Education

No waiver for conference grant defaulters TETFund

No waiver for conference grant defaulters TETFund

Management of Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), has debunked reports in the media, stating that the Fund had waived sanctions for erring lecturers who failed to attend conferences for which they were paid under its…

ASUU-AAU takes Edo govt to court over ban

ASUU-AAU takes Edo govt to court over ban

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma Chapter, Wednesday dragged the Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki before the National Industrial Court in Benin City, Edo State over the suspension of…

Outcry as herdsmen cripple basic education in Benue

Outcry as herdsmen cripple basic education in Benue

Govt: FG should intervene as challenges beyond our capacity …render 80% of children out of school PLIGHT School children in Benue State are lamenting their plight and fate over the disruption of their education by…

COCIN leadership appeals to varsity, host community to resolve differences

COCIN leadership appeals to varsity, host community to resolve differences

Worried by the lingering crisis between the management of Karl Kum University in Plateau State and the host community, Vwang, the Vice President of Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN), the owner of the private…

Don advocates compulsory agric course for secondary school students

Don advocates compulsory agric course for secondary school students

A don and Professor of Mass Communication and Media Technology at the Lead City University (LCU), Ibadan, Prof. Taye Babaleye, has recommended that the government should make practical agricultural science a compulsory course in all…

Unemployment: Governors pledge commitment to boost technical education

Unemployment: Governors pledge commitment to boost technical education

Musa Pam Jos Technical and Vocational Education (TVE) is to receive a boost in Plateau State, the state Governor, Simon Bako Lalong and his Nasarawa State counterpart, Abdullahi Sule, an engineer, have said.   The…

Nigeria needs credible leaders to move nation forward – APU VC

Nigeria needs credible leaders to move nation forward – APU VC

For Nigeria to move forward and attain socio-political greatness among the comity of nations, the country needs leaders, who are endowed with the leadership qualities of transparency and commitment.   The Vice-Chancellor of Ahman Pategi…

Kremer’s study confirms learning gains among largest ever measured in Africa

Kremer’s study confirms learning gains among largest ever measured in Africa

  Kayode Olanrewaju A groundbreaking study, led by the 2019 Nobel Prize-Winning Economist, Prof. Michael Kremer, has revealed that children living in underserved African communities receive 53 per cent more learning in schools supported by the…

LASU, Indian Institute collaborate on exchange programme, research, others

LASU, Indian Institute collaborate on exchange programme, research, others

A partnership that will further consolidate the internatialisation drive, boost faculty/student exchange programme with a view to deepening the quality of academic and research activities of the university, has been signed by the Lagos State…

VC to Students: Take advantage of opportunities offered by varsity

VC to Students: Take advantage of opportunities offered by varsity

Some 3,139 fresh undergraduates admitted into Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo in Ogun State, for the 2022 academic session have been advised to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the university to be their best and…