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41 Students Bags First Class As UniAbuja Graduates 9,172 Students

41 Students Bags First Class As UniAbuja Graduates 9,172 Students

…VC: Our portal calculates exactly what students earn At least 41 students of the University of Abuja (UniAbuja), will be graduating with a First Class degree during the institution’s 28th convocation ceremony scheduled to hold…

N68bn UBE Fund: Compel FG, States To Provide Free Pry, Junior Secondary Education, Falana Tells Court

N68bn UBE Fund: Compel FG, States To Provide Free Pry, Junior Secondary Education, Falana Tells Court

The Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos, presided over by Justice Daniel Osiagor, has been asked to compel the Federal Government (FG), the 36 states of the federation and Abuja to provide free and compulsory education…

FUTA Protests EFCC Invasion Of Students’ Off-Campus Hostels

FUTA Protests EFCC Invasion Of Students’ Off-Campus Hostels

The Management of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) has kicked against the invasion of the off-campus hostels of the students of the institution by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC). The EFCC…

Naira Free Fall: Expert Counsels FG To Jettison Dollar For Int’l Trade Transactions

Naira Free Fall: Expert Counsels FG To Jettison Dollar For Int’l Trade Transactions

An Economic Expert, Professor AbdulGafar Ijaiya, has admonished the Federal Government of Nigeria to bypass the dollar in its international trade transactions to save the economy from its over-reliance on the United States dollar. The…

Pre-JAMB Exam Training For 400 M-Tech Foundation Scholarship Beneficiaries begins – Jega

Pre-JAMB Exam Training For 400 M-Tech Foundation Scholarship Beneficiaries begins – Jega

In preparation for the 2024 Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination (JAMB), a three-month intensive training has been organized for the 400 youths selected for the M-Tech Foundation Scholarship Award. The successful candidates selected after the…

Join Owned Tertiary Institutions In Plateau Disagree With Govt Over Removal Of Heads

Join Owned Tertiary Institutions In Plateau Disagree With Govt Over Removal Of Heads

The Joint Plateau State Owned Tertiary Institutions (JPSOTI), has disagreed with the government over the removal of the heads of tertiary institutions in state Chairman of the Union Comrade Peter Longbaam while leading other leaders…

Babcock seeks increase in admission quota into MLS

Babcock seeks increase in admission quota into MLS

The Medical Laboratory Scientists Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) has been called by the President/ Vice-Chancellor of Babcock University (BU), Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, Prof Ademola Tayo to increase admission quota into the institution’s Medical Laboratory Science…

VC’s vision for varsity’s growth

VC’s vision for varsity’s growth

His is a mandate to position, re-engineer and re-strategise the ivory tower on the pathway of a world class university of science and technology that will leapfrog innovation and technological needs of Lagos State, and…

CBT mode will eliminate exam malpractice –WAEC HNO

CBT mode will eliminate exam malpractice –WAEC HNO

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has assured stakeholders that the Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode will eliminate all avenues of examination malpractice and further reduce sharp practices especially among candidates and the examiners. This is…

Don condemns design, curriculum, others in varsity system

Don condemns design, curriculum, others in varsity system

As the curtains were lowered on this year’s edition of the Professor Ogundipe Innovative Challenge (POIC) at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), the design, curriculum and length of academic programmes offered by Nigerian tertiary institutions,…