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Month: November 2015

Obasanjo Tasks Government On Education Sector Development

Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Former President of Nigeria has urged government at all levels to be more active to their responsibility of developing the education sector. Obasanjo pointed out that good education would help Nigeria and its citizens break from the cycle of poverty. He said this in Ogun State, south-west Nigeria, on Saturday, after being […]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON FEES PAYMENT FOR NOUN STUDENTS

The management of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has announced a new guideline on tuition payment for students. NOUN specified some payment that can currently be processed through remita and also the fees that can be directly payed through the portal. This was made known in the school official website as stated below: Kindly Note […]

College provost says operating from temporary site discourages accreditation of courses

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The College of Health Technology, Pankshin, Plateau says its continuous operation from a temporary site has prevented it from accrediting some courses. Dr Jonathan Daboer, the College Provost, said this on Friday when the Chairman of Pankshin Local Government, Mr Stephen Jings, visited the college to familiarise with establishments within his domain. “Each time we […]

Undergraduate tasks LASU authorities to tackle poor internet service in school’s e-library

LASU Screening Of Newly Admitted Candidates, 2017/2018

A 300-level student of the Lagos State University (LASU), Mr Godwin Izu, on Thursday called on the school’s authorities to tackle the problem of poor internet service in its e-library. Izu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the poor internet service was hindering effective usage of the University’s e-library by students. […]

NEW RECORD SET AS NIGERIA LAW SCHOOL RECORDS 71% SUCCESS IN FINAL EXAMS

The Nigerian Law School recorded 71 per cent success for the first time in the Bar Final Examinations conducted last September 2015. ‎This was made known in a statement signed by the school’s Director-General, Dr. Olanrewaju Onadeko said out of 4, 610 students who sat for the examinations 3, 273 were successful, (71 percent),170 had […]

University Don calls for review of basic school curriculum

Prof. Sat Obiyan, of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun, has urged the Minister of Education to setup a committee to determine the suitability of the present basic school curriculum. Obiyan, Head of Political Department, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Thursday that the curriculum and number of subjects at the secondary […]

Commissioner expels 5 students protesting hike in school fees

Five students of Akwa Ibom School of Health Technology in Etinan, have been expelled by the Commissioner for Health, Dr Dominic Ukpong. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) gathered that the students were on Wednesday invited by the commissioner for discussion over the lingering crisis in the school caused by hike in tuition fees. The […]

NOUN POLICY ON DEFERMENT OF EXAMINATIONS

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has a new policy in place that will enable students defer examinations as a result of tight schedule or circumstance that may interfere during exams, this is possible as a result of the flexible mode and distant learning nature of the university. Students wishing to defer or post-pone […]

Unity College Principals, retired colleagues go back to classrooms, advise teachers

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Principals of some Unity Colleges in the country on Thursday reiterated the need for teachers to adopt conversational teaching methodology rather than the usual lecture method. They spoke at the 2015 World Teachers Day celebration of King’s College Lagos, organised on the theme, “Veteran Teachers; Back to the Classroom’’. The News Agency of the Nigeria […]

NOUN FINALLY GETS NYSC APPROVAL FROM SENATE

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has yet again won another fierce battle by securing a spot among elites in the National Youth Service Corpse. The Senate granted the approval recently and what this means is that graduates of the university will now be mobilised to serve the country in the mandatory one year […]

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