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COVID-19: Private polytechnics proprietors beg FG to reopen schools

COVID-19: Private polytechnics proprietors beg FG to reopen schools

Owners of private polytechnics under the aegis Association of Proprietors of Private Polytechnics in Nigeria (APPPN), has appealed to the Federal Government to immediately reopen schools which has been closed for about six months. National…

Sex-for-grades: Imo varsity suspends two lecturers caught on video

Sex-for-grades: Imo varsity suspends two lecturers caught on video

  …Sets up probe panel   Steve Uzoechi, Owerri   The management of the Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri has suspended with immediate effect, two lecturers who were caught in a compromising situation in a…

Meteorological Institute of Technology now ready for NBTE accreditation – NIMET DG

Meteorological Institute of Technology now ready for NBTE accreditation – NIMET DG

The Director General of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET), Prof. Sani Abubakar Mashi has said that the Meteorological Institute of Technology, Katsina, is now ready for accreditation by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE)…

Meteorological Institute of Technology now ready for NBTE accreditation – NIMET DG

Meteorological Institute of Technology now ready for NBTE accreditation – NIMET DG

The Director General of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET), Prof. Sani Abubakar Mashi has said that the Meteorological Institute of Technology, Katsina, is now ready for accreditation by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE)…

UNICAL’s ASUU protest non-payment of 5 years allowances

UNICAL’s ASUU protest non-payment of 5 years allowances

University of Calabar lecturers, under the auspices of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Wednesday, staged a peaceful march round the university’s campus to protest non-payment of more than five years’ allowances owed…

India to reopen schools despite rising COVID-19 cases

India to reopen schools despite rising COVID-19 cases

  The Indian government, on Wednesday, said it would reopen schools for students in upper grades after more than five months of closure amid a daily rise of 89,706 coronavirus infections. According to India’s Health Ministry…

Skills lost due to COVID school closures will hit output for generations – OECD

Skills lost due to COVID school closures will hit output for generations – OECD

  Disruption to schooling stemming from the COVID-19 epidemic will cause a skill loss that could result in a 1.5% drop in global economic output for the rest of this century, the Organisation for Economic…

Ogun announces automatic promotion for students, as schools resume Sept 21

Ogun announces automatic promotion for students, as schools resume Sept 21

  All students except those in tertiary institutions have been given an automatic promotion to the next class by the Ogun State Government which announced September 21 for the reopening of schools in the state…

We’ll integrate online with physical teaching –LASU VC

We’ll integrate online with physical teaching –LASU VC

Prof. ‘Lanre Fagbohun, the Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University (LASU) speaks in an interview on EKO 89.7 FM about the readiness to reopen the institution closed down in March along with other educational institutions…

Rage, suspense over FUOYE VC race

Rage, suspense over FUOYE VC race

  Group condemns council, VC over selection criteria CRITICISM A section of academic staff of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), under the Concerned Citizens and Friends of Academia in Nigeria have picked holes in the…