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Mike Okonkwo National Essay Competition kicks off entries

Mike Okonkwo National Essay Competition kicks off entries

The Mike Okonkwo National Essay Competition for Secondary School Students has kicked off entries for the 19th edition of the national essay competition for all secondary school students across all government approved schools. The 2024…

Provost distributes laptops to teaching staff, others

Provost distributes laptops to teaching staff, others

The need to enhance the competence of teaching staff in tertiary institutions through Information Communication Technology (ICT) skills and knowledge has been stressed by the Provost of the Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze, Anambra…

UNN’s ACE-SPED awards N12m research, innovation grants to students

UNN’s ACE-SPED awards N12m research, innovation grants to students

The Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Power and Energy Development (ACE-SPED) University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) has awarded seed research grants valued at N12 million to 12 student groups that have demonstrated innovative and…

Disparity, lack of commission rattle polytechnic system

Disparity, lack of commission rattle polytechnic system

  The challenges of lack of a designated commission for polytechnic education and the unresolved age-long disparity between university and polytechnic graduates over the years has continued to stagnate the development and ensnare the sector…

Edo Community Grieves Over Missing 200-Level Undergraduate

Edo Community Grieves Over Missing 200-Level Undergraduate

Iru Egbede community in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State, are currently grieving over the the disappearance of Faith Omodon, a 200-level undergraduate of Delta State University (Delsu). Investigation reveals that Faith, who is…

Encroachment Of Poly Land: Kwara Restates Payment Of Compensation To Original Owners

Encroachment Of Poly Land: Kwara Restates Payment Of Compensation To Original Owners

Kwara State Government has restated that it paid compensations to original owners of the land where the state Polytechnic, Ilorin is sited, though some villagers within the premises of the over 50 years old institution…

EKSU Chancellor Inaugurates 1bn Innovation Fund To Boost Agro-Tech 

EKSU Chancellor Inaugurates 1bn Innovation Fund To Boost Agro-Tech 

…introduces annual subsidy to support academic staff. The newly appointed Chancellor of the Ekiti State University, EKSU, Ado-Ekiti, Dr Tunji Olowolafe has announced the commencement of a 1bn innovation fund to boost the operation of…

EKSU Convocation: Don Advocates Academic, Financial Autonomy For Varsities

EKSU Convocation: Don Advocates Academic, Financial Autonomy For Varsities

A professor of Applied Geophysics and former Vice-Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka has called on the government to grant academic and financial autonomy to universities to enhance creativity and innovation. Olayinka who…

Basic Education: FG Enrolls 2m Out-Of-School Almajiri Children In Six-Month

…to infuse skills, and digitisation into education system ...targets crash in private fees through public schools reform The Federal Government on Tuesday revealed that no fewer than 2 million Almajiri children have been lifted from…

C’River: No WAEC List Was Padded – Commissioner

C’River: No WAEC List Was Padded – Commissioner

Cross River State Commissioner for Education, Dr Steven Odey has debunked rumours making the rounds that the list of students who were meant to benefit from the payment of West African Examination Council (WAEC) fees…