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FCT Schools Get Digital Libraries Courtesy MTN

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jamb-comp-640x250MTN Nigeria, one of the country’s foremost telecommunications service provider and operator, has donated digital libraries infrastructure to some selected schools in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja
Presenting the e-library infrastructure, which was made up of computers loaded with software to the Principal of the Junior Secondary School, Gwagwalada, Josephine Bola Olakpepa, MTN’s General Manager, Regional Operations (North), Adekunle Adebiyi, explained that the infrastructure was donated to the selected schools to enable their students have access to books to aid their learning capability.

He noted that the donation of the digital libraries was to commemorate MTN’s annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of giving back to the societies where it operates, adding that equipment and other educational learning materials would be given out to promote learning. (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

UNIPORT PRODUCES 41 FIRST CLASS GRADUATES

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educationForty-one graduates of the University of Port Harcourt will receive the prestigious First Class grade at the institution’s 30th convocation holding on Saturday, June 13. The development is different from the university’s 29th convocation where only 20 graduates bagged First Class (Honours) degrees.
The Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Joseph Ajienka, who disclosed this on Monday, June 8, while briefing newsmen in Port Harcourt, said 10 of the First Class graduates were from the Faculty of Humanities, others who graduated with First Class grade were from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Education, Management Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Natural and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture and the School of Science Laboratory Technology. (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

WESTERN UNION, OTHERS, DONATE N19 MILLION HI-TECH LIBRARIES TO SCHOOLS

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libraryxStudents of Archdeacon Adelaja Senior High School, Bariga, and Community Senior High School, Ketu,in Lagos State had reasons to smile recently as Western Union Foundation in collaboration with the United Bank for Africa (UBA), Skye Bank, First Bank, Ecobank, GTBank and Diamond Bank donated a hi-tech library project valued at N19.39 million or $98,500 to the schools. The project which was initiated by Gabasawa Women and Children Initiative, a non-governmental organization, had the schools refurbished and equipped to standard.

The representative of the Gabasawa Women and Children Initiative said: “The donation was part of the Read to Succeed Project, designed to awaken the passion for books (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

Buhari promises quality university education

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Buhari-inaugurationPresident Muhammadu Buhari has assured that his administration will give special attention to development of university education in the country.
The president who spoke weekend at the 30th convocation ceremony of the University of Port Harcourt harped on the value of education in national development.
Represented by the Executive Secretary, Nigeria Universities Commission, Professor Julius Okojie the President said the federal government would support universities to improve learning, teaching and research facilities.
Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari swears to an oath during his inauguration at the Eagles Square in Abuja, on May 29, 2015. Buhari, 72, defeated Goodluck Jonathan in March 28 elections — the first time in Nigeria’s history that an opposition candidate had beaten a sitting president. AFP
Nigerian President Mohammadu Buhari swears to an oath during his inauguration at the Eagles Square in Abuja, on May 29, 2015. Buhari, 72, defeated Goodluck Jonathan in March 28 elections — (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

389 Imo Poly Students Get the Boot Over Exam Malprractises

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Imo-State-PolytechnicThe authorities of Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo in Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area, has expelled 389 students over their involvement in examination malpractice and admission racketeering.
According to the rector of the institution, Rev. Fr. Wence Madu,some of the affected students engaged in examination malpractice, some did not enter the school through the right way while some others failed to abide by the institution’s rules and regulations.

Speaking to newsmen in Owerri on Wednesday, June 10, the rector maintained that measures have been put in place to fish out all those who entered the institution through the backdoor, stressing that anyone caught will be shown the way out. (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

FIRM PARTNERS ELIZADE UNIVERSITY TO TRAIN POWER SECTOR EMPLOYEES

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blogger-image--1515943042The Benin Electricity Distribution Company has partnered with the Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, to promote human capital development in the power sector.

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, BEDC, Mrs. Funke Osibodu, told journalists in Benin, Edo State during the signing of a MoU to the effect, said the agreement was part of efforts of the company’s core investor, Vigeo Power Limited, to train new and existing personnel on best technical practices for addressing the needs of electricity consumers in the country. (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

NECO TO INTRODUCE COMPUTER-BASED-TEST IN SUBSEQUENT EXAMS

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PIC.-2.-CANDIDATES-WRITING-UTME-IN-ABUJA-e1426508243173Chairman of the National Examination Council (NECO) Governing Board, Dr Paddy Njoku, has said that the council will introduce Computer-Based Test (CBT) in objective papers of its subsequent examinations. Njoku, who made this known on Thursday in Abuja during the board’s monitoring visit to the Model Secondary School, Maitama, centre of NECO Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination, said he was impressed with the progress of the examination as students and teachers conducted themselves well. The chairman said that the visit was informed by the fact that today’s paper — Mathematics — was compulsory for all the students. (more…)

June 18, 2015 |

Emir of Kano tasks FG on quality of tertiary education

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Lamido-SanusiThe Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II has urged the Federal Government to pay priority attention to the quality of education acquired by the Nigerian youths. He made the call at the formal presentation of a letter of appointment to him as the new Chancellor of the University of Benin on Monday in Kano. The Minister of Education, Malam Ibrahim Shekaurau presented the letter to the Emir at his Palace.

Sanusi stressed the need for the government to ensure that quality education is given to the youth to enable them to contribute their quota towards the development of the country. “Education should be given the priority attention, it deserves to empower the youth to enable them to be self-reliant and contribute towards the development of the country.
“We should not mind the number of universities but the quality of education the universities give to our youth to make them self reliant.’’ Sanusi, who commended the Federal Government for finding him worthy of the appointment, promised to contribute his quota towards the development of the university. (more…)

May 13, 2015 |

Society Seeks Shekarau’s Assistance For Pharmacy Doctoral Training In Nigeria

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ShekarauThe Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has solicited the assistance of Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, the Minister of Education, in getting approval for Pharmacy Doctoral Level training in Nigeria.

The President of the society, Mr Olumide Akintayo, made the appeal when he visited the minister in Abuja on Tuesday.

According to him, advanced training prepares pharmacists to assume patient care roles within the health care team in order to meet the increasing demands of health care delivery.

“In the US, the first major step toward educational advancement was the transition from the Bachelor of Science degree to Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D) as entry-level for pharmacy practice.

“The Pharm. D curriculum provides pharmacists with specialised clinical training that focuses on the development of professional competencies and confidence in the provision of evidence-based patient-oriented care. (more…)

April 27, 2015 |

NUT Seeks 26 Per Cent Budget Allocation To Education

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NUT_logo-300x120The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) on Wednesday told government to increase its education budget allocation to 26 per cent in line with UNESCO’s recommendation.

The National President of the NUT, Mr Michael Olukoya, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

He said that the recent World Children’s Report on Nigeria, announced by UNESCO was incorrect. (more…)

April 20, 2015 |
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