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Students get N20m scholarships in UNESCO backed competition

Students get N20m scholarships in UNESCO backed competition

Not less than 42,000 primary and secondary school students are to benefit from N20 million United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) back competition in some states of the federation. The competition would also…

Fake Results: FG establishes ‘A’ Level data bank

Fake Results: FG establishes ‘A’ Level data bank

Following the issuance of fake Advanced (‘A’) level results to candidates to enable them secure admission into tertiary institutions, the Federal Government has established an ‘A’ level data bank to ensure sanctity in the entire…

Varsities, experts stress collaborative, multidisciplinary research to solve national challenges

Varsities, experts stress collaborative, multidisciplinary research to solve national challenges

University scholars and researchers have been challenged on the need to embrace and engage in collaborative multidisciplinary research, as this would go a long way in bringing about solutions to some problems facing the society.…

A move to refocus, redirect varsity curriculum

A move to refocus, redirect varsity curriculum

˜ Instability in academic calendar a major handicap – Okebukola ˜ Blending humanities with science is taken for granted – Stakeholders   CURRICULU M The consensus among critical stakeholders, especially university eggheads, is to rebrand…

Private schools not solution to education crisis – Proprietor

Private schools not solution to education crisis – Proprietor

Dr. Odoh Onuora, an Immigration Consultant and specialist Family Physician resident in Canada, in this interview with REGINA OTOKPA, he speaks on his newly-established Oasis Canadian Schools, an offshore Canadian school in Nigeria; overhaul of…

LASU takes free medical outreach to Lagos communities

LASU takes free medical outreach to Lagos communities

As part of commitment to fulfill its core mandate of community service, the Lagos State University Directorate of Advancement (LASUDA), under its Free Medical Outreach Mission, has taken free medical and health programme to at…

EKSU ends strike, resumes Tuesday

EKSU ends strike, resumes Tuesday

The management of the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti EKSU has directed the resumption of academic activities with effect from Tuesday, May 24. The university made the announcement in a  press statement on Monday evening…

UNIOSUN resumes for second semester amidst prolong ASUU strike

UNIOSUN resumes for second semester amidst prolong ASUU strike

Osun State University (UNIOSUN) has resumed for the second semester of the 2021/2022 academic session amidst the ongoing prolonged Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike which has paralyzed academic activities of many Nigeria universities…

Kwara: Governor rolls out the 1st phase KwaraLEARN

Kwara: Governor rolls out the 1st phase KwaraLEARN

The Kwara State Governor, Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq, has reiterated that the kernel of his electoral campaign to the people of the state is to restore the dignity of the people, redeem the lost glory of the…

Our strike may not end this year – Poly lecturers

Our strike may not end this year – Poly lecturers

Polytechnic lecturers say they are ready to be on strike for the rest of the year if the Federal Government fails to meet their demands. The lecturers decided to down tools following the government’s failure…