UPDATED List Of Schools Whose Admission Lists (UTME/DE) Are Out- 2017/2018

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List Of Schools Their 2017/2018 Admission List (UTME/DE) Are Outs: 

As schools (universities, polytechnics and colleges of education) release their admission lists, it is important you stay updated and equally know when your school of choice have released the names of admitted candidates for 2017/2018 academic session
With that in mind, we have decided to dedicate this thread to updating you with information concerning the admission lists of Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education for 2017/2018 academic session.
This means that once any school releases its admission list for 2017/2018 academic session, you will be notified here.

Just click on the link indicating the name of the school and you will have access to the procedure on how to check the school’s admission list and confirm if you have been offered admission assuming you applied for admission in the school.

The list will be updated the moment any school announces its 2017/2018 admission list. So if your school of choice is not on the list at the moment. Check back regularly to know when it has been added.

At the moment, the schools that have released their 2017/2018 admission screening forms are listed below;

List Of Schools Their 2017/2018 Admission List (UTME/DE) Are Out:


Follow This Link To See List Of School's whose Admission List Is Out!

UDUSOK 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Is Out!

FUGUSAU 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Out

UPDATED: UNIPORT 1st & 2nd Batch Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session

EBSU Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session is Out

ESUT Admission List Out – 2017/2018

OSUSTECH 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Released

AAU 2nd Batch UTME And DE Admission List 2017/2018 Released


FUTMINNA Admission List Released – 2017/2018

OSUSTECH 2017/18 UTME/DE 1st Batch Admission List Out

UNIPORT Merit Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session is Out

DELSU Catchment Admison List 2017/2018 Released

IMT, Enugu Admission List 2017/2018 As Been Released

UNIBEN Admission List – 2017/2018 Is Out

IMSU 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Now Online

Akwa Ibom Poly ND Full-Time Admision List 2017/2018 Released

FUTO Admission List 2017/2018 Released

FUBK 2017/2018 UTME 1st Batch Admission List Out & Registration Details

Federal Poly, Bida 2017/2018 ND FT UTME Admission List Out— [First Choice]

FUDUTSE 2017/2018 UTME 1st Batch Admission List Out

Fed Poly Auchi Releases 2nd Batch ND/HND Admission List 2017/2018

IBBU Releases 2017/2018 UTME & Direct Entry Admission List

Sule Lamido University – SLU Admission list – 2017/2018.

Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education – IAUE Admission List – 2017/18.

Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun- FUPRE Admission List – 2017/18.

Federal University, Dutsin-Ma –
FUDMA admission list – 2017/2018

FCE Abeokuta Admission List 2017/2018 Released

FUDutsinma 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2017 Released

Federal Poly, Bida 2017/2018 ND FT UTME Admission List Out— [First Choice]

IAUE 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Released

FUPRE 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Released

FUTA Admission List

UNIOSUN Admission List

EKSU 2017/2018 1st Batch Merit Admission List Out

FUNAI 2017/18 [2nd Batch] Admission List Out

LASPOTECH 2017/18 ND Admission List Out Online

Alvan Ikoku 2017/2018 UTME 1st Batch [Merit] Degree Admission List Out

OFFAPOLY ND Admission List Out – 2017/2018

IMSU Merit Admission List Out – 2017/2018

Auchi Poly 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Out

AFIT Kaduna 2017/2018 ND Admission List Out

FUNAI Admission List 2017/2018 Out

UNIMAID 2017/2018 Admission List (UTME/DE) Out

UNILAG 2017/2018 Merit Admission List Out

Fed Poly Kaura Namoda 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Out

AAU 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Is Out

ABSU 2017/2018 Primary Admission List (1st Batch) Out

AKSU Admission List 2017/2018 (1st Batch) Out

Check UNN Primary Admission List (1st Batch) 2017/2018

MOUAU Admission List 2017/2018 (1st Batch)

UNIMED 2017/2018 Admission List (1st & 2nd Batch) Out

Check OOU 2017/2018 Admission List Online

Delta Poly Oghara 2017/2018 ND Admission List (1st Batch) Is out

TASUED 2017/2018 Admission List & Acceptance Fee Payment Details Out

Kwara Poly 2017/2018 Admission List (1st Batch) Out

LASU Merit (1st Batch) Admission List 2017/2018 Released

KWCOEILORIN 1st & 2nd Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released SolutionClass.Com.Ng

YSU Post-UTME List Of Successful Candidates, 2017/2018

DELSU Admission List 2017/2018 Is Out

NDA 69th Regular Course (2017/2018) Final Admission List Released

Covenant University 2017/2018 1st, 2nd And 3rd Batch Admission List Released

KWACOTECH 2nd Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released

Bowen University Admission List 2017/2018 Released

KWACOTECH 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released

Bells University 1st Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released

Landmark University 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List

ABUAD 1st Batch Admission List For 2017/2018 Session Released

Ajayi Crowther University 1st Batch Undergraduate Admission List Is Out

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Breaking News! JAMB Postpones Sales of 2018 UTME Registration Forms

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has stated that it will not go ahead with the sales of the 2018 JAMB Sales of UTME form which was supposed to begin November 22nd, 2017.

This was made known to news men by JAMB’s spokesperson, Fabian Benjamin.
According to him, the postponement became necessary due to the delay in meeting the agreed deadline by the publisher of the compulsory reading text meant for prospective candidates for the 2018 UTME which he earlier promised to deliver on or before November 7th, 2017.

“As at close of work today, the publisher had not provided the 1.8 million copies required and this development painfully forced to the Board to shift the date from Wednesday 22nd November, 2017 to a date to be announced soon.

”JAMB said it regrets all inconvenience occasioned by this postponement as it is working round the clock to announce a new date soon”, the statement said.

A new date for the commencement of 2018 UTME Forms is expected to be announced soon.

FUNAAB Postgraduate Admission Form Out – 2017/2018


Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates seeking admission to the following Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters and Doctor of Philosophy Degree programmes at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

For available courses, download the advert document .

Admission Requirements

To be eligible for admission to the Postgraduate Diploma Programme, candidates must be first degree holders in a relevant discipline from any recognized University. In general, all applicants must satisfy basic UTME requirements for Bachelor’s degree.

Holders of HND with Upper Credit and above could also apply.

Candidates for Master’s Degree Programme must be graduates of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta or any other University recognized by the Senate and shall normally have obtained a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division) degree in relevant field. However, candidates with Second Class Lower Degree in relevant field may be considered. Candidates for Masters of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) programme should possess HND plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science or B.Sc. Physical Sciences/Engineering and Allied Disciplines. Prior computing or IT exposure is beneficial but not essential. Candidates for admission to Masters and Ph.D programmes in Communication Studies shall possess University degrees in Arts, Science, Applied Science, Social Science and Education or other related disciplines
To be eligible for admission to the MBA (AgriBusiness) and Professional Master in Communication Studies degree programmes, candidates must be holders of Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University or HND (Upper Credit minimum) with a Postgraduate Diploma in any discipline.

Candidates with Postgraduate Diploma in Communication studies with a minimum cumulative average of 55% may be considered for Postgraduate Master’s in Communication Studies. In addition, possession of relevant professional qualification and/or experience will be an advantage. A credit pass in O’-Level Mathematics is not compulsory for admission into PMCS programme which is strictly part-time (Friday and Saturday) programme. The duration of the programme is a minimum of 4 semesters.


Unical Post Graduate Screening Schedule 2017/2018


University of Calabar has released its screening Time table for 2017/2018 session..

Applicants can proceed to check their screening date at University Of Calabar Graduate School Notice Board..

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Federal Polytechnic Ede ND Full-Time First Batch Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Federal Polytechnic, Ede ND Full-time first batch admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session is out and now available online.

This is to inform all the prospective students of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede (EDEPOLY) that the authorities of the school have released the 2017/2018 academic session admission list.

Federal Polytechnic Ede admission list contains the names of candidates offered provisional admission into the polytechnic various diploma programmes.

Federal Polytechnic, Ede admission list has been successfully uploaded on the polytechnic admission status checking portal. The admission list is accessible freely.

HOW TO CHECK FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE ADMISSION LIST.

1. Go to the polytechnic admission status checking portal at www.federalpolyede.edu.ng/entranceForm/adminStatus.php .

2. Enter your JAMB registration number in the required column.

3. Finally, click on ‘Check Status’ to access your Federal Polytechnic Ede Admission status.

SolutionClass Team congratulates those who made it to Federal Poly Ede admission list.



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How To Maximize Time And Use It To Your Advantage



Time is unstoppable. Time spoils. Likewise, it creates and repairs. Your life now is a result of how you spent your time yesterday. Your life tomorrow will be a result of how you spend your time today. What are the uses of time? What are the ways of using time? Read this article

5 uses of time

Progression
....
Time is progress. To progress, you need time. What if as time progresses, you don’t do anything that’ll progress with it to bring forth good fruit? You can use time be doing valuable things now

Discovery

As time goes by, you’ll discover new people and experiences. If you stay idle, there’s no assurance of discovering people and experiences that’ll add value to your life. This means you shouldn’t just be lonely and idle at all times

Lesson

As time goes by, you’ll get valuable lessons from personal and/or the failures of others. As time goes by, you’ll learn new things perhaps by reading or by listening to wise words. Use your time well so you’ll learn valuable things

Addition of value

If you do something valuable today, it’ll be more valuable tomorrow. When you’re unique today, you’ll be recognized and praised tomorrow. When you invest today, you’ll be rich tomorrow. Do something worth doing today so you won’t regret tomorrow

Wealth

Everyone knows the saying ‘time is money’. It really is. So long as the earth is moving, time is progressing. Money makes the world go round. Without money, you’ll be stagnant because almost anything you want to do would require money. Using time to your advantage would make you wealthy

The aforementioned points are no doubt, uses of time. How can one use time to his/her advantage? Keep reading

Using time to one’s advantage

Plan/anticipate

Before you do anything, make sure you plan out and anticipate so you’ll know the outcome. Plan to know if there’s anything you’re missing that’ll make you fail. Try as much as you can to make lesser rooms for errors

Stick with your planned priority list

A priority list is a list of goals arranged from most important to least important. Without your priority list, you’ll definitely put the cart before the horse and that is time-wasting. In order to use time well, make a priority list

Associate with people who add value

When you mix up with people who add no value to your life, you may want to slip off your focus to match theirs. When you’re with people who positively affect your priority, you’ll see that your goals would be easily reached.

Have good values

Your values today would affect your life tomorrow. When you value success and you work towards attaining it, you’ll be successful. When you value s*x and fashion, your tomorrow would match s*x and fashion. Have positive values today
Read equality vs inequality in life

Keep learning

No knowledge is wasted. Learning makes you smarter. When you keep learning, with time, you’ll be broad. Learning more makes you exposed.


FUTO Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Published


The management of Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) has published the Academic Calendar for 2017/2018 academic session.

The details of the Academic Calendar are stated below;

FUTO Academic Calendar

Harmattan (1st) Semester 2017/2018:
3rd December, 2017 - Fresh Students Come Into Residence.

4th December, 2017 - Registration Of Fresh Student Begins.

10th December - Returning (Old) Students Come Into Residence.

11th December - Registration Of Returning Students Begins.

18th December - Registration Of Fresh And Old Students Continues
22nd December To 2nd January - (Christmas And New Year Break)

3rd January 2018 - All Students Return To Campus

8th January 2018 - Lectures Week 1

15th January - Lectures Week 2

22nd January - Lectures Week 3

25th January - Senate

29th January - Lectures Week 4

3rd February - Convocation

5th February - Lectures Week 5

12th February - Lectures Week 6

19th February - Lectures Week 7

22nd February - Senate

26th February - Lectures Week 8

2nd March - Matriculation

5th March - Lectures Week 9

12th March - Lectures Week 10

19th March - Lectures Week 11

26th March - Lectures Week 12

29th March - Senate

2nd April - Lectures Week 13

9th April - Revision Week

16th April - Examination

23rd April - Examination

26th April - Senate

5th May - End Of Semester

6th May To 19th May - Semester Break
Rain (2nd) Semester 2017/2018:

20th May - All Students Come Into Residence

21st May - Lectures Week 1

28th May - Lectures Week 2

29th May - Democracy Day

31st May - Senate

4th May - Lectures Week 3

11th May - Lectures Week 4

18th May - Lectures Week 5

25th May - Lectures Week 6

28th May - Senate

2nd June - Lectures Week 7

9th June - Lectures Week 8

16th June - Lectures Week 9

23rd June - Lectures Week 10

26th June - Senate

30th June - Lectures Week 11

6th August - Lectures Week 12

13th August - Lectures Week 13

20th August - Revision

27th August - Examination

30th August - Senate

3rd September - Examination

8th September - End Of Semester

9th September To 6th October - Vacation

8th October - 2018/2019 Session Begins.


UNILAG Hostel Balloting Notice To Returning Students, 2017/2018


This is to inform all returning undergraduate students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) that balloting for bed spaces will commence on Monday 27th, 2017 at 8:00 am and end on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 4:00P.M
Please be informed:

That students should pay their school fees and register their courses to be able to participate in the balloting process
That students will start moving into the hotels from Monday, December 18, 2017.


ASUP Indefinite Strike May Be Called Off Next Week


There are indications that the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, may call off its 10-day old strike next week.
The Union has been able to meet with the Minister of Education and from what transpired in the meeting, it was a fruitful discussion.

At the moment , process is ongoing for the Memorandum of Understanding to be signed.

The union leader will be meeting next week to deliberate on the negotiations with the Federal Government so far and hopefully bring the strike to an end.

Recall that ASUP commenced nationwide indefinite strike on November 13 due to the federal government’s failure to fulfill the outstanding agreement made with it.


3 Reasons You Are Not On The Merit Admission List Despite Being Qualified


Many candidates have been asking how come their names are not on the Merit admission list of the schools of choice despite having high JAMB Scores and even good Post-UTME results.

That is understandable considering the fact that the desire and expectation of every Admission seeker to be admitted in the 1st batch or merit admission list of his or her school of choice especially when such candidates have good scores in JAMB

There are factors that may cause a candidate’s name to be omitted in the Merit or first batch Admission list. Let’s look at the 3 common ones among them.

You did not Meet the Departmental Cut-off Mark: Some schools make their departmental cut-off marks known while some other schools don’t. Each course of study in any school usually have its specific cut-off mark. So that you have a high JAMB Score which also qualified you to participated in your school’s Post-UTME screening does not automatically mean that you are qualified for admission in that course.

You have to equally meet the required UTME and Post-UTME cut-off marks for that course. Sometimes if the candidates that applied for a particular course in a school happen to do very well in the screening exercise, the school may have no choice than to increase the initial cut-off mark it proposed for that course with out the knowledge of the candidates.

Your Subject Combination is not correct Or Incomplete: Many candidates do not consider this important factor before choosing a course of study. If your UTME and O’level subjects does not match the ones required for the particular course you intend to study, there is no way you will be admitted in that course.

Such candidates may be considered for admission later if their school of choice advertises Supplementary admission and they are able to apply for a course that matches their Subject Combination.

Your Department Has Lost Its Accreditation: You school of choice may lose its accreditation for a course or department it earlier advertised for admission. If something like that happens, the school will have no choice than to either admit a limited number of candidates in that department or not admit anyone at all. Candidates affected by this are usually told to apply for supplementary admission or change of course.

See Also: Check JAMB Profile To Confirm 2017 Admission Status

Your Name Didn’t Make the 45% Merit Quota: According to the admission policy, just 45% percent of the total number of candidates to be admitted in any school are to be admitted based on Merit. The truth is that not every qualified candidate for admission will be among this 45% that will be considered for admission based on merit regardless of your JAMB or Post-UTME Score.


Positioning Yourself For An Outstanding Career As a Student


Choosing a right career is very important. Naturally, we know that studying a course in the university does not guarantee you the same line of employment after graduation. There are graduates of Engineering who work in medical labs, banks, accounting departments, procurement departments etc , while some work in places of zero interest especially teaching. This cut across all fields of study.

Our Educational system has been designed in such a way that only graduates of higher institutions are relevant in our society.

This is exactly why about 1.7 million candidates and above will continue to jostle to enter higher institutions for 500 thousand admission spaces every year.(According to 2016-2017 jamb statistics). Our parents should endeavor to evaluate their children, know their potentials and set them on the right track for the future that awaits them.

The following groups are responsible for career development.

Parents
Primarily, the children are supposed to be equipped with the right knowledge from the home, the parents should always relate with their children, checkmate them on their studies, know their abilities and weaknesses.
Parents should not choose career path for their children but they should counsel them on the relevant courses according to their potentials. for instance I know of a family who want their child to study medicine so that he can actually take over from the father, this is not right, Why are you killing our potentials?

-School
The school also affects our students positively or negatively depending on which path they chose. Schools should be able to organize capacity building & career programs for the students, like I did attend one while in senior secondary school, this should be done every term in our secondary schools. They should also check the students in their studies. The best teacher is always a friend not only to the brains in the class but also a friend to the weak ones, they don’t neglect the weak ones but encourage them.

-Students
This is the last determinant of a reputable career. The students should always think well before choosing any career, identify your personal skills (what are you best in doing), Assess your skills, identify your goals, check your capacity, explore on the courses and ask, check your hobbies( this can turn into a career e.g sports, research , journalism etc
The best thing is not to regret studying a course, If you find yourself in a course you don’t like, try and pick interest and develop yourself to suit the course, if it is difficult to do then drop it. If you don’t build yourself others will hire you to build theirs.

Let us always be determined, hardworking and resilience in our studies. ” Free the child’s potential and you will transform him into the world” ( Maria Montessori)
I still believe that the youths remain the leaders of tomorrow and that tomorrow has come.


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Samuel Adegboyega University Produce 11 First Class as 77 Student Graduate



Samuel Adegboyega University… Eleven students of Samuel Adegboyega University glides with first class at the third Convocation Ceremony. See more details below;

The serene country town of Ogwa in Edo State was overtly boisterous on Thursday, 16th November, 2017, as mammoth crowd and eminent personalities from all walks of life converged at the third Convocation Ceremony of Samuel Adegboyega University. The palpable joy of graduands, their parents and well-wishers knew no bounds at the momentous occasion . The week-long event began with thanksgiving service on Sunday, 12th November, 2017, followed by press briefing, novelty match & convocation play, convocation lecture and commissioning of project, reaching a crescendo at the grand finale for the conferment of degrees and prizes. A total of 77 persons graduated, having 11 at First Class honours, 43 Second Class Upper Division, 22 Second Class Lower Division and 1 Third Class. However, 13 students of the set were referred for various academic deficiencies, as they needed to work harder to meet the non-compromising high standards of Samuel Adegboyega University.

The Ceremony was attended by notable dignitaries including Vice-Chancellors of other Universities, captains of industry, traditional rulers, clergies and Government functionaries. The Executive Governor of Edo State was however, ably represented by the Commissioner for Education, Dr. Christopher I. Adesotu.
The Vice-Chancellor of the fast emerging world-class institution, Professor Benard Eronmonsele Aigbokhan, held the audience spell-bound with a scintillating speech which highlighted major current accomplishments of the University; six years uninterrupted and crisis-free academic calendar, full accreditation status of all academic programmes, robust curricular, ICT-driven campus with E-Senate operations, Eminent Lecture series, International Collaborations and Linkages, Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives to the host community as well as plans in top gear to mounting postgraduate programmes in the 2018/2019 session.

He called for supports and partnership from stakeholders and friends of the University, noting that funding has remained a major constraint in achieving corporate objectives of the University. The Vice-Chancellor paid special tributes to Rt. Rev. (Dr.) Matthew Okpebholo who asphalted 460 metres of road in the University at no cost.

Meanwhile, the Chancellor of the University, Pastor (Dr.) Gabriel Oladele Olutola, JP, on other hand appreciated the doggedness of the proprietors, The Apostolic Church Nigeria, LAWNA Territory in funding the University. While congratulating graduands, parents and guardians of Class of 2017, he said education remains a most invaluable legacy and ladder for social transformation. He charged graduands to take courageous steps to make outstanding contributions wherever life’s journey takes them. Pastor Olutola commended the indefatigable and visionary Vice-Chancellor, Professor Benard Aigbokhan and his dedicated team for providing robust and exemplary leadership for the University Community.
The Visitor, who is also the Chairman of The Apostolic Church Nigeria, LAWNA Territory, Pastor (Dr.) Emmanuel S. Awojide acknowledged the great and sacrificial investment of The Apostolic Church Nigeria members in the continuous fulfilment of the divine prophetic mandate of establishing an exceptional university.

Pastor Awojide reiterated that education was the biggest legacy that a nation can bequeath to the coming generation and noted that Class of 2017 had received a peculiar kind of education as birthed in Christian, spiritual and moral instructions in SAU that will serve them as assets in the present corrupt, moral debased and perverse society. The Visitor reassured the University of a freshwave of empowerment to meet both financial and infrastructural requirements.

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UNIPORT Third Batch Admission List 2017/2018 is Out Online



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This is to inform all anticipating applicants that, University of Port Harcourt 3rd batch admission list has been released for the 2017/18 academic session. Prospective candidates can follow the below procedures to access their UNIPORT admission status.

University of Port Harcourt is a university in the Nigerian city of Port Harcourt. It was established in 1975 as University College, Port Harcourt, and was given university status in 1977.

Admission lists are names of successfully admitted applicants offered provisional admission into an institution. Admission lists are usually released by institutions after the conduct of admission screening exercise, its comes in different batches: 1st Batch is (Merit List) followed by 2nd, 3rd and other Batches .

UNIPORT Admission List 2017 – Check UNIPORT 3rd Batch Admission List
UNIPORT 3 rd batch admission list is successfully uploaded online, to check your
UNIPORT admission status follow the details below;

-Visit http://ecampus.uniport.edu.ng/

-Enter your JAMB registration number in the space provided

-Click on “Go” to check your admission status.

Congratulations if your name is among the successful candidates in the 3rd batch admission lists of UNIPORT. If not, just wait patiently if other batches will be released.


WAEC GCE 2017 26% Candidates Score Five Credits Including Maths, English


The West African Examination Council has released the WAEC GCE (Private Candidates) 2017 results Statistics.
Only 26 per cent of the private candidates who wrote the 2017 WAEC GCE, had five credits including Maths and English, representing a drop in the results recorded in 2016.

The percentage of candidates in this category in 2015 and 2016 examinations were 28.59 per cent and 38.50 per cent respectively.

Olu Adenipekun, the Council’s Head of Nigeria National Office, announced
the release of the November /December diet of the examination at a press conference in Katsina.

According to a report from NAN, Mr. Adenipekun said out of 135,945 candidates that registered for the examination, only 133,223 wrote the test.
He said 131,485 candidates that sat for the examination had their results fully
processed and released.

According to Mr.Adenipekun, 1,738
candidates were yet to have their full results released because they had a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to them in the
course of registration or writing the examination.

“Such errors are being corrected by the council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed and released subsequently’’, he said.

He said out of all candidates who wrote
the examination, 34,664 obtained a
minimum of credits in five subjects and
above, including English Language and
General Mathematics, representing 26.01 per cent.

He said the percentage of candidates in
this category in 2015 and 2016 were
28.59 per cent and 38.50 per cent
respectively.

“One will discover that the results for
2015 and 2017 are comparatively the
same.

“There can be a reason for the sharp
drop this year in this category, which we have not proved scientifically.’’

He said it could be that some candidates
needed a particular subject to make up
their deficiencies for the WASSCE for the school candidates results, in order to assist them to gain placements into the higher institutions of their choice.

Mr. Adenipekun said 65,483 other
candidates obtained credits and above
in five subjects while 46,824 obtained
credits and above in six subjects.

Similarly, 98,506 candidates obtained
credits and above in three subjects while 83,256 candidates obtained credits and above in four subjects, and 11,763 others obtained credits and above in two subjects.


RUGIPO ND Full-Time Admission List 2017/2018 Released

The management of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic (RUGIPO) has released the ND Full-Time admission list for 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates can proceed to the school's official website to check their admission status.

How To Check Admission Status

-Visit https://www.rugipo.edu.ng/#
You will find the admission status checking Column

-Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided.

-Click on "Check Status" to view your admisionn details

Congratulations to the admitted ones!

FULOKOJA Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Federal University, Lokoja, FULOKOJA admission acceptance fee payment procedure for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Following the publication of FULOKOJA admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session, the management of the institution released the amount payable as admission acceptance fee by candidates offered provisional admission into the university for the session.

HOW TO PAY FEDERAL UNIVERSITY LOKOJA ACCEPTANCE FEE ONLINE.

Login to the University’s 2017/2018 Admission Portal ( http://reg.fulokoja.edu.ng/putme/ ) with your JAMB Registration Number and Registration Fee RRR code .

Check your Admission Status.
Generate payment invoice for acceptance fee from the University’s 2017/2018 Admission Portal .

Pay acceptance fee of N10,000.00
using REMITA services (card or bank payment):

For Card Payment: Visit remita.net , Click on “Pay an Electronic Invoice “, Enter your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference), and process your payment with relevant card details.

For Bank Payment: Visit any bank of your choice that offers REMITA services and pay using your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) on your invoice .

Return to the University’s 2017/2018 Admission Portal to confirm your payment.

Print your Admission Letter and letter of under taking

See also: FULOKOJA Fresh Students Registration Procedure – 2017/18 .

*Note: Registration of New Students Commences on 27th November, 2017 at the University Auditorium, Adankolo Campus, Lokoja.


2018 JAMB UTME Form Updates


Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB Updates.

JAMB.

Below are some important information as regards the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) as released by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

1. JAMB to start the sale of 2018 UTME forms on 22nd November, 2017 (JAMB is working round the clock to announce a new date soon.)

2. 2018 JAMB Mock Examination proposed date: 22nd January to 24th January, 2018 (only candidates, who register by 31st December, 2017 and who have expressed interest for the examination would be eligible for the optional mock examination).

3. 2018 JAMB UTME Form proposed closing date: 22nd January, 2018.

4. JAMB have banned the use of wristwatches and pens by candidates and other persons in the examination hall.

5. The price of the 2018 UTME Registration Form will be N5000 (inclusive of the N300 commission paid on each application to selling points) as it was for 2017.

6. Foreign based candidates would pay the sum of $20 dollars per candidate as against $100 and $150 dollars paid in 2017 for candidates in Africa and outside Africa, respectively.


Fed Poly Oko ND Full-time Admission List 2017/2018 Released


The management of Federal Polytechnic, Oko (OKOPOLY) has released the ND Full-time admission list for 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates are to proceed to the admission portal to check if they have been offered admission.

How To Check OKOPOLY Admission List 2017/2018

Candidates are to visit: http://portal.federalpolyoko.edu.ng/Modules/Admissions/CheckAdmissionStatus.aspx

1. Select Student Type (National Diploma)

2. Select the academic session (2017/2018 session)

3. Input your JAMB Registration number or Application Number in the space provided.

4. Click "Submit"..

Note: Scratch card is not required, it is totally free of charge.


WAEC Releases Nov/Dec GCE 2017 Result - See Statistics


The West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) yesterday released the results of the 2017 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE November/December) for private candidates.

This was announced by the council’s Head of National Office (HNO), Mr. Olu Adenipekun, at a news conference in Katsina.

According to him, 135,945 candidates registered for the examination, but 133,223 wrote the test.

A break down shows that 65,483 candidates obtained credits and above in five subjects and 46,824 obtained credits and above in six subjects.

Adenipekun said 131,485 candidates that sat for the examination had their results fully processed and released.

He said 1,738 candidates had yet to have their full results released because they had a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to them in the course of registration or writing the examination.

“Such errors are being corrected by the council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed and released subsequently,’’ he said.

Out of all candidates that wrote the examination, 34,664 obtained a minimum of credits in five subjects and above, including English Language and General Mathematics, representing 26.01 per cent.

He said the percentage of candidates in this category in 2015 and 2016 were 28.59 per cent and 38.50 per cent respectively.

Candidates are to visit the official website

https://www.waecdirect.org/ to check their results.


FULOKOJA Freshers Registration Procedure 2017/2018


This is to inform newly admitted candidates of Federal University, Lokoja (FULOKOJA) for 2017/2018 academic session that they are to follow the procedure and instructions below to Pay their acceptance fee and complete their registration.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR FRESH STUDENTS

Carefully read the guidelines outlined below, before commencing your registration:

PRE-REGISTRATION EXERCISE
....
Login to the University's 2017/2018 Admission Portal with your JAMB Registration Number and Registration Fee RRR code.
Check your Admission Status.
Generate payment invoice for acceptance fee from the University's 2017/2018 Admission Portal.
Pay acceptance fee of N10,000.00 using REMITA services (card or bank payment):
For Card Payment:Visit remita.net, Click on "Pay an Electronic Invoice", Enter your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference), and process your payment with relevant card details.
For Bank Payment:Visit any bank of your choice that offers REMITA services and pay using your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) on your invoice.
Return to the University's 2017/2018 Admission Portal to confirm your payment.
Print your Admission Letter and letter of under taking

*Note: Registration of New Students Commences on 27th November, 2017 at the University Auditorium, Adankolo Campus, Lokoja.

GUIDELINES FOR THE REGISTRATION EXERCISE

Candidates should maintain a personal file containing copies of all documents submitted

STEP 1: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DESK

Proceed to the University Auditorium and locate a Desk labelled your Department to submit the following documents for screening.

Acceptance fee E-Payment Receipt
O/Level Result(s) (only original certificate or results printed from the examination body’s website is acceptable)
New Scratch Card for verifying the O’level result
Federal University Lokoja Admission Letter
JAMB Result Slip (online print out)
Letter of Undertaking
Certificate of Local Government of Origin (If Non-Nigerian, Permit)
Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
Ten (10) recent Passport Photograph with red background
Medical Certificate of Fitness from a Government Hospital

(Make 4 copies each of all documents)

Note!!!

Evidence of investigations done, like Laboratory Reports should be provided during registration.
Medical Certificate of Fitness from Government General/Teaching Hospital signed by Medical Officers and above should also be provided.

Failure to present the above documents will lead to withdrawal of offer of admission.

Make sure you are cleared for Online Registration at the Academic Affairs Division before proceeding to generate RRR for school fees payment

STEP 2: ONLINE REGISTRATION

Visit the University's Student Registration Portal or click Proceed to Student Portal for Registration on the 2017/2018 Admission Portal
Generate and print Payment Invoice for School Fees from the University Student Registration Portal.
Pay your school fees as prescribed on the generated payment invoice using REMITA services (card or bank payment):

For Card Payment:Visit remita.net, Click on "Pay an Electronic Invoice", Enter your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference), and process your payment with relevant card details.
For Bank Payment:Visit any bank of your choice that offers REMITA services and pay using your generated RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) on your invoice.

4. Return to the University Student Registration Portal to confirm your payment.

5. Complete your personal details on the forms (Form 01 – 06) provided on the University portal and print.

6. Complete your Course Registration online. (Please seek the advice of your Level Coordinator before completing the form).

Step 3: SUBMISSION OF REMITA PAYMENT SLIP

Proceed to the Bursary Department and submit two (2) copies each of the REMITA Payment slip and Online School Fees receipt for official stamp.

Step 4: REGISTRATION DESK

Return to the registration venue and submit the completed forms (Form 01 – 06) and photocopies of the stamped Online School Fees receipt to the relevant Units below.

Students Affairs Division
University Library
Sports Unit
University Health Services
Academic Affairs Division

Also submit approved copies of the completed Course Registration Forms printed from the University portal to:

The Faculty/Department Registration Officer, and
The Academic Affairs Division


FULOKOJA Admission List 2017/2018 Released


The management of Federal University Lokoja (FULOKOJA) has released the list of admitted candidates for 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates are to proceed to logon to the Admission Portal to check their admission status.

How To Check Your Status

Visit http://reg.fulokoja.edu.ng/putme/

Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Click Login

You will be asked to provide you RRR Code as your password. Enter It and Click on "Login"

The next page will display your details as well as your admission status

Congratulations to admitted ones!


Kwara State College Of Education 3rd & 4th Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Released

This is to inform interested applicants who have applied for the 2017/2018 screening exercise, that the 3rd and 4th batch admission list has been released.

Candidates are to check their admission list following the procedure below;

-Visit https://kwcoeilorin.edu.ng/portal/nce/nce_admission/

-Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the spaces provided.

-Click on "view Status" and proceed to view your admission status.

UDUSOK 2017/2018 Acceptance Fee Payment & Registration Procedure Out


This is to inform all students of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto both fresh and returning that the management has released the registration & Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure For 2017/2018 academic session.

Below is the procedures for registration and Acceptance Fee.

FRESH STUDENTS

Confirm Admission

1. Log into the admission portal ( http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng ) using your JAMB No or Matric No.
2. Click on Check admission to check your admission status.
3. A message indicating your admission status will be displayed.
4. If you have been offered admission, you will be required to pay N3,000.00 acceptance fee before you can print your evidence of admission.

Pay Acceptance Fee

1. Put in your phone number
2. Click on the link Click here to print your payment invoice on this page. This will take you to the Remita website to print your invoice.
3. On Remita website, click on “Print Invoice” at the top right hand corner of the Page.
4. Take the invoice to any bank of your choice, make the payment and obtain receipt.

Print Evidence of Admission
1. Go to the portal http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng and click on Print Acceptance after payment.
2. Print the evidence letter and bring to the confirmation venue. This is required for confirmation process.

Confirmation of Admission
1. Go to the MIS portal ( http://mis.udusok.edu.ng/user/register ) to create account.
2. Create account.
3. Proceed for confirmation of admission with your credentials and evidence of payment of acceptance fees.

ALL STUDENTS: REGISTRATION
Pay Registration Charges
i. Log into UDUS MIS portal ( http://mis.udusok.edu.ng ) with your admission Number.
ii. Click on Pay fees
iii. On the next page, click on Pay fees at the bottom of the screen.
iv. At the bottom of the next screen, click Send fee details for processing.
v. On the next screen, click on the link “clicking here” to see and print a copy of the schedule of fees and close the window.
vi. Click on Pay fees again to display your invoice number.
vii. Click on the Invoice no to take you to Remita website.
viii. At the top right hand side, click on Print Invoice to print your Remita invoice.
ix. Take the Remita invoice to any bank of your choice to make payment.

Register Courses
1. Once payment is successful;
2. Log into the mis.udusok.edu.ng with your login details.
3. Click on Register Courses


UDUSOK 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Is Out!


This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto that the admission list is out for 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status.

How To Check Your Admission Status

1. Visit the admission checking portal via http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng/checkMyAdmissionStatus.php

2. Insert your JAMB Registration Number in the column provided.

3. Click on Check Admission Status to view your admission details.

Congrats to the admitted candidates!!!

All admitted candidates are to proceed with payment of acceptance fees immediately.


FUGUSAU 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List Out


This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Federal University, Gusau Zamfara State and participated in the admission screening exercise that the 2017/2018 1st Batch Admission List is out.

However, names of admitted candidates is not yet available online but pasted on the school notice board.

Candidates are to visit the school notice board to confirm their name on the admission List.

Once the admission list is available online Procedure for checking we be release immediately.

Please Inform Others....


List of N-Power Successful Candidates for 2017 Recruitment Exercise Has Been Released

N-POWER LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES IS OUT.



The Federal Government of Nigeria, has released the list of successful candidates for the 2017 batch of its N-Power Recruitment Exercise.

HOW TO CHECK NPOWER LIST.

1. Go to N-Power official website at
www.npower.gov.ng .

2. Click on “Check Your Pre-Selection Status”.

3. Insert your your name/phone number/email address/BVN in the search box.
4. If you have been selected, your name will pop up.

5. You will receive an SMS and email congratulating you on your N-Power pre-selection.

Successful candidates are to prepare for physical verification between November 27th and December 8th, 2017.

You can call the numbers below in-case you encounter any hitch


UPDATED: UNIPORT 1st & 2nd Batch Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session


University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT first and second batch admission lists for the 2017/2018 academic session are out and now available online.

The management of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) has announced the release of its first and second batch admission list that contains the names of candidates offered provisional admission into its various undergraduate programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Candidates that participated in the University of Port Harcourt post UTME screening exercise can now check their admission status online.

CHECK UNIPORT ADMISSION LIST – 2ND BATCH.
Go to http://www.uniport.edu.ng/news/latestnews/1067-2017-2018-admission-batch-2.html to access UNIPORT 2nd batch admission list.

CHECK UNIPORT ADMISSION LIST – 1ST BATCH.

You can check your UNIPORT admission status by searching for your name in the document below:

Follow the link below in-case your device can’t display the document above (Note: You will however need a device that is capable of opening PDF files to access the list).

CLICK HERE (.PDF)

Note:

a. Candidates seeking admission in the 2017/2018 academic session should login to the JAMB website, click on CAPS to check their admission status, and click on accept/reject button to either accept or reject the offer.

Recommended: How to Reject/Accept Your Admission on JAMB CAPS .

b. Candidates whose admission status show “not admitted” should keep checking the JAMB website for further updates.

c. Candidates should please note that the Admission List will be published in batches on the University’s website as they are processed. Candidates are therefore advised to keep on checking the university’s website for the Admission List.

d. Those offered provisional Admission should proceed with the Acceptance and Registration processes. The procedure is on the University website.

SC Team congratulates all the candidates that made it to UNIPORT admission list .


See UNIOSUN Vice-Chancellor’s Welcome Message to 2017/2018 Fresh Students

Osun State University, UNISOUN Vice-Chancellor’s welcome message to 2017/2018 academic session fresh students.


Today we begin a new academic session, 2017/2018 and I like to welcome you all (both fresh and returning students) to another year of studies. I like to specially welcome the new students to our great citadel of learning, Osun State University. The thrust of my message this year is anchored on a very important reason, we are all here in UNIOSUN and the reason is the pursuit of scholarship and academic excellence. Let me make it clear to you, as you resume today that university education is not a tea party. I reminisce on my own beginning as an undergraduate student at the University of Ibadan- a time full of fun, ambition and gusto.

You have come from all over the country and across all the states of Nigeria to join a very special part of the State of Osun- Osun State University, fondly called UNIOSUN. This is a University that nurtures a vision of the purest scholarship, of research driven by curiosity and by the intrinsic challenge of the unknown, of research that transcends just our immediate problems. At UNIOSUN we ask the biggest, most fundamental questions: what are we for? What is the essence of university education? What role(s) is the university expected to play in nation building? How do we resolve and find answers to the question of access to higher education? What is expected of higher education in nation building? How do we approach these questions? How does it work? Where are we going? Where should we be going? What can we do to make Nigeria great? How do we go about it? Are we there yet? These are big questions that we always seek to collectively find answers to.

As you are aware, we live in a world of speed – of faster communications, faster travels, faster trades, faster time to market, faster results. Time is indeed a precious resource that we should not waste. Yet there is so much we miss, so much we fail to understand if we don’t regard time itself as an opportunity.. True scholarship requires you to ask questions that you may never be able to answer, to follow leads that may prove to be dead ends, to explore with a rigour and a depth that require persistence as well as discipline. As such, I enjoin you to ask questions all the time. In your lecture rooms, libraries, hostels and even during your fun-catching times, let quest for knowledge spur new questions from within you.

Last year when I assumed duties as the Vice Chancellor of your university, I committed myself to building an atmosphere that promotes and engender robust scholarship as well as ensure students’ support. This year while this commitment is a “work in progress”, I like to re-commit myself to you all, that while, my tenure lasts, I will continue as I have done in the last one year to find solutions to how we will make your stay in UNIOSUN a very pleasurable and memorable one. So I want to congratulate you for the choice you have made and encourage you in your dedication to it. Your work must be driven by the logic and the power of the questions it seeks to answer, not by a ticking clock. You must learn to revel in the power of patience and personal intuition.

To the returning students, my message to you this academic session, is never to take your academics for granted. The era of believing that there is a short-cut to success is gone. And there can only be one way and this is the “HIGH WAY” to being true to yourselves. I like to advise you never to take your studies for granted for any reason. Mind the company you keep, manage your meager resources prudently and apply wisdom in all that you do.

Finally as I welcome you all again, and encourage you in your dedication to your studies. I like to promise the commitment of my colleagues and I towards your welfare and success throughout you sojourn in UNIOSUN. I commit you all into the mighty hands of our Creator. ALL SHALL BE WELL WITH YOU.

Welcome to 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION!