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


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!






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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JAMB Announces 2018 UTME Exam Dates And Registration Fee


The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has announced a proposed date for the 2018 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Exam (UTME)
According to the JAMB Registrar, Prof Oloyede, JAMB has proposed March 9th to 17th, 2018 for the commencement and conclusion of the 2018 examination stating that the board is taking into cognisance dates of other public examinations.

He made this known during a meeting in Abuja on Wednesday with stakeholders on the plans and programmes for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, and Direct Entry, DE.

He further stated that the Mock examination will be expected to hold from January 22 to 24 for interested candidates.
“The mock examination is starting the same date the sales of form is ending.” “Eye glasses are to be examined properly before candidates are allowed into the examination hall,” he said.

It was also disclosed that the price of the 2018 UTME Registration Form will be N5000 as it was for 2017.

UNN 2017/2018 JUPEB First Supplementary Admission List Out


This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into University Of Nigeria, Nsukka that the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB) First Supplementary Admission List is out.

However, names of admitted candidates has been uploaded online and available in PDF FILE Click the link below to download.

UNN 2017/2018 JUPEB First Supplementary Admission List Released

Congrats to the admitted candidates!!!


UNILAG 2017/2018 Direct Entry Admission Screening Exercise Announced


Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified candidates for admission into University Of Lagos Online Direct Entry Screening Exercise for 2017/2018 academic session.

The University of Lagos registration for ONLINE DIRECT ENTRY Screening Exercise for admission into ALL COURSES will commence from FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 17 to FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017.

ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES :
Candidates who chose University of Lagos in JAMB’s 2017/2018 Direct Entry (DE) application are eligible.

In addition, candidates must possess five (5) credit passes at one sitting in
relevant O/level subjects including English Language and Mathematics.

Candidates must also fulfil all O/level and DE requirements for the course of choice as advertised by JAMB.

SCREENING FEE – N 2000

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:

Eligible candidates should log on to University website www.unilag.edu.ng . Then, take the following steps:

Click on Full-Time Undergraduate Admission

Click on DIRECT ENTRY Screening

Log in with JAMB registration number and surname in lower case as password
Generate payment advice

Proceed to any commercial bank to make payment or pay online

Return to the Unilag portal to complete the screening form

Print DIRECT ENTRY e-registration slip

ENQUIRIES
Further clarification may be obtained via email:
admissions@unilag.edu.ng and the following phone numbers: 08182716045, 07046537158,
07043359831 and 07026079596.
Candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the guidelines and obtain necessary clarifications.

The University shall withdraw the admission of newly admitted students that test positive for drug use whenever the University conducts the test, either before or after registration.


NSUK Admission - only 13% of Applicants will be admitted


The management of Nasarawa State University , Keffi , said on Friday that it would not admit more than 4 ,000 new students for the 2017/ 2018 academic session , even though 30 ,000 applied for admission .

The Vice Chancellor of the University , Prof . Mohammed Mainoma , made this known when the state House of Assembly Committee on Education , Science and Technology paid an oversight visit to the school .

Mainoma , who was represented by the institution ’s Registrar , Mr . Bala Ahmed , commended the Assembly for its support in ensuring that the standard of education improved in the institution .
He said , “ On the number of requests by candidates seeking admission arising from JAMB result released this year , over 30 ,000 candidates want to be admitted into this university.

“Unfortunately , our carrying capacity cannot absorb that number , as we do not have more than 4 ,000 admission quota .

“This admission quota is not done by the university, but it is from the National Universities Commission , which determines admission quota of universities .

“This is based on the aggregation of facilities , infrastructure such as classrooms , quality of library and the quality of staffing .

“The university will be queried if we go beyond the admission quota . So , we seek your understanding, candidates and everybody ’s understanding in this area .
“Certainly , not every candidate will get the admission , no matter how we try, ” he said .

The VC expressed appreciation for the efforts of Governor Tanko Al- makura, TETFUND and donors for the provision of fund for infrastructure development , such as construction of road networks, lecture halls, training , and students ’ hostels , among others.

Earlier, the vice chairman of the committee , Mr . Muluku Agah ( APC -Nassarawa Eggon East ) , who led the delegation , said the aim of the visit was to assess the level of 2017 budget performance of the university. ( NAN )


Former Kwara State University Lecturer, Dr. Osunlola Commits Suicide ( Photo )


A former lecturer at the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture, Kwara State University, Malete, Dr. Solomon Osunlola, committed suicide yesterday Friday, November 17th.

According to reports, the registrar of KWASU had written to inform him of his conversion to a contract staff from a full-time appointment. This reportedly got the deceased so depressed that some of his friends had to seek spiritual help because it became a serious case.

The deceased had lost his wife three months ago. One of his friends had offered to assist him with a job at Landmark University but Osunlola declined and refused to submit his credentials.

Yesterday, his family members had to force his room door open after he did not step out in the morning. Sadly, they discovered that he had committed suicide.

Confirming his death, the director, Public Relations, KWASU, Dr. IsiakaAliagan, said
“The Management of KWASU, Malete, would like to clarify that the late Dr. Oluremi Solomon Osunlola, was a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture. He joined the services of the Institution on a full-time appointment in 2010. However, during staff verification, it was discovered that the late Osunlola had already retired from the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Kwara Office, before taking up a full-time appointment with KWASU.

Despite the fact that the deceased violated the rule of his engagement, the university, in August, 2017, converted his appointment to contract on compassionate grounds. This is all we can say about the late Osunlola.”

His remains have been deposited at the morgue.


THE UNIVERSE IN THE UNIVERSITY (A MUST RAED)


Retrospects from creation story,proofs from religious injunctions,had it that dichotomous went the saga-a man,his woman;the Sun,the Moon;the day,the night,an illustration not far fetched was that depiction emblazoned on a coin,indisputably,there will always be two faces to a coin,like a story,two-sided.As a student,admittance to an higher institution of learning is likened to adding a feather to one’s cap,in fact,a credible feat to record,because among peers,one toll rise,compared to soaring higher like an Eagle.Albeit,the mayhem out there,better experienced than imagined,permit me to call it an Admix.Life has really taught me that,time is nothing but the best consoler.The tidal waves in rowing en route sea,life,an attestation to one being green or experienced.Truly,dichotomous goes all life’s clarity.

The age of Methuselah they say is nothing compared to the wits of Solomon,satirically,age and experience are most times matching pair.As an undergraduate in a prestigious university in the country,the university of Ibadan,happenings on campus appear to be reputable and noteworthy memories or memoirs if not a memorabilia to the topical phrase;”the universe in the university”,in fact,a must share! Like an alien,a secondary school leaver,freshmen,like they are grossly called and fondly addressed across Nigeria institutions,looks on his first day or debut on the university soil,to his dismay-what a weird world!A thought plaguing that lily mind and like crystals,visually represented by that sheepish and ignorant look,likened to a fugitive,Zionites on the land of Babylon,permit that Biblical excerpt.The scenic atmosphere and the beauteous land in the advent of time gradually metamorphosed into a tensed world,change;swift and dynamic! Shall we then blame this fading away on environmental degradation or familiarity? Early days on campus,like toddlers and weaklings,we are still tied to our Mother’s apron,probably,through her routine check via any means humanly possible,most often,through calls and weekend visits.In the absence of this maternal care,or in the nick of time,many turn homely sick,little wonder,they say:’no place like home’,as opposed those pre-admission days when the quest and zeal to be away from home heightened.Indisputably,humans are born insatiable,like Economists opinionated.

Time,like I said earlier,is the best consoler,time,swift one,the adaptation attribute of living things comes onboard,surprisingly,one learn to do in Rome as the Romans do,not until holidays,being homesick becomes a thing of the old;behold,old things have passed away,all things have become new,to the thought,it happened in a flash,but to be feasible,it takes a longer process,the benchmark being the party involved,an extrovert or the extreme opposite.

Sequel to this,is competition,another commendable feature of living things,may I call this healthy rivalry,because both the fittest and the unfits survive here.Like a chameleon,an undergraduate vies to camouflage(nearly,if not equal to the new immediate milieu) or I probably name it countershading or disruptive colouration,like Biologists discovered.When I say competition,I mean it in all wise,be it among peers or the general public.Like litmus test,ably,an undergraduate makes non-faulty juxtapose and go for the desired vogue.Your audition,you redefine;your apparels,you make gorgeous or elegant;your actions,you make friendlier,and lots more,too much of words will not fill a bushel.University,an avenue of nearly all celebrated culture,in fact,a medium of unity in diversity.Oneness at its’ peak,before saying Jack Robinson,in the limelight,you have the new you,I humbly call this mutation from environmental pressure.

With the greater and wanton urge for those aforementioned noticeable changes,almost all Nigerian undergraduates suffer guilt in this sphere,many being swept away by the tide unexpectedly,just like rapture;soon and sudden,void of premonitions or pre-omen,volcanic eruption,I call this.What an upheaval! Regrettably,you defile those sacred vows you swore to,back at home under the umbrage and guise from parent’s tutelage,most often with that heartfelt and affectionate departing word,some,done,amidst tears of joy;”remember the son or daughter of whom you are”,goes the popular saying-What a grievous but protective haunting scene to remember.To the parents,most especially,mothers,I endear and salute how best they set our feet on the right path to tread with religious injunctions to avert premonitory peril or impending loom.The shame is those words,despite being a pivot to dangle upon,from the onset,most often finally suffer extinction,a dent on the image of that pledged allegiance,betrayal of trust in the test of time! Shall we then blame this on civilization craze or rather an act of being recalcitrant(bringing out the beast in one)? One pertinent question to ask.The most amazing is that despite the holidays at home,many parents find it difficult to peg down worrisome noticeable changes in their progeny,thus,rendering them incapable or being unfit for that task of parenthood,this,they had been best at since inception.Blame it less on them,the dexterity and smartness,or better said as the ignorance feigning power and genteel look cum religious conscientious acts, youths put into play when back home,making that venomous meal look enticing.What an overhaul,if not an hallmark of deception.Wittingly,all parents should have that insight;’schooling truly builds young minds into professional bodies,yet,it could be a haven for social vices!’

Moral decadence heightened on social media,when even Nigerian youths,most especially,the elites,are gross violators and culprits to this heinous act,in fact,casting the lead role,the Michelangelo of odd acts.The digital age euphoria through the media has been the cross every Nigerian youths bear,ranging from online illicit money making to sex scandal,cybercrime,not exempted from the pang and deathblows.The rate at which these obscene acts are going viral is alarming,like epidemic,contagious,suitably compared to the speed of a launched missile,yet,many call it empowerment,all in the name of making ends meet.Through explicit social functions and nocturnal parties on campuses,many are being thrown off-balance and offshore,in fact,many lost priceless treasure,some fell for the bait and got caught;hook,line and sinker,in that endless search and crave for socialization.Bad gang truly corrupt good manners,convincingly,they will be called a new name,which this platform will not allow me to mention or unmask.One may venture to ask;’why then the furore and uproar of catcalls many channelled to pregnancies,with the name,’unwanted’,since it is a product from that hard work? To every smoke,is always a fire,only the Biblical Mary is a novice in this wise or an ignorant of such act.

Life,I earlier said,is an admix,it solely depends on the choice you embrace.A popular axiom once said:”if you don’t know where you are going,any road will lead you there”,hitherto,the aftermath of the path one treads is unarguably the route to destiny or destruction.Truly,all roads lead to Rome.The universe,spherical,by scientific and geographical findings and mythology,the cradle of balance is when an hemisphere suffers sacrilege,the other half enjoys sacredness.Satirically,such is feasible and achievable also on a university soil.Regardless of the hash tag the morally upright ones suffer from counterparts through the faces from their assemblage milling around,to the females,sorority,the males,clan,the peak,religion fanatics or extremists,like most are fondly addressed.Lo and behold,they suffer no opposition,only intimidation,since there is the liberty,curbing and weakening any physical threats or forces to militate against such entirety.Like that saying from Globacom,your world,you rule it.Religion is belief and vice versa!

The university is unarguably the exact replica of what we have plaguing the universe in skeletal bases today,little drops of water,little grains of sand, make the mighty ocean.The cradle being,learning from imitation or initiation,little wonder,that adage argues:’show me your friend and I will tell you how you will end’.Tragically,’a dog that will lose its’ sense of omen will not heed to the hunter’s call’.With those tenets and upbringing,sieving the good from the bad is advisable.Alas,I blame it less on most undergraduates;’charity they say begins at home’,this,on occasions is wanting in some Nigerian homes.Shamefully,some homes are nothing to write about,many are wealth sickening or engrossed,so,one should not be bewildered by the products springing forth under such auspices,we all know,’to whom much is given,much is always expected’.Your home-your heritage,your identity,your birthright!

Since the primordial of existence,no creation is worthy of cheating nature,Karmic law will always haunt,an indication that what goes around,comes around,the universal law of retribution,happenings in universities are what we have across the Globe,this time,on a larger scale,using my citadel of learning as feasibility study proves what is sauce for the goose is also sauce for the gander.This modus operandi is undoubtedly onshore on all Nigerian higher institutions of learning soil.

As a Nigerian of the deepest dye and a patriot to the core,I am optimistic that with all the oddities I unravelled,Nigeria will some days be an Eden,with you and I,like my school’s acronymous name implies,we are in unison,the needed change agent.A wake from leader’s slumber,industrious youth minds and an eco-friendly milieu,collectively able to ignite our glowing splinter.Proudly Nigerian,African frontier; we set the pace and blaze the trail! Conclusively,as a current undergraduate in the university of Unical,I humbly say;

Aluta continua! Victoria ascerta!


HOW TO PROCESS INTER-UNIVERSITY TRANSFER IN NIGERIA


Probably due to one problem or the other, tertiary institution students may wish to transfer to another school. Among the few reasons why a student may wish to transfer to another school are changes in security situations of the host school, transfer of parents who may be civil servants or military personnel to another state, personal challenges, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions on Inter University Transfer in Nigeria

Is it possible to transfer from one university to another?
Which schools accept inter university transfer?
How to apply for inter university transfer?
Is there any inter university transfer program in Nigeria?
Who can apply for inter school transfer?
Etc.
We will be elaborating on the above questions below to guide prospective transfer students on how to apply for inter-school transfer from one university to another within Nigeria. It is worth noting that this procedure do not work outside Nigeria.

Checkpoints for Inter University Transfer

Make sure you have a good result (CGPA) in your former school, no school will accept a dull student.
You can only apply to programmes related (or same) as the one you are studying in your former school.
You must have good moral record in your former school and you must not have any record of involvement in secret societies.
You must have made all necessary inquiries from the accepting school before informing your former school/department that you are living.
Considering the security situations in Nigeria, make reasonable inquiry into your security in the new school you intend transferring to.
Consider weather, living conditions, academic standard of the school, culture, etc before applying.

Applying for Inter University Transfer in Nigeria

Before you start, we advise that you make necessary inquiries (in person, not through proxy) from the school you intend transferring to, only that way you will know the availability of space in the department you intend joining and be sure that they will accept you based on CGPA and otherwise.
If number (1) above is a success, then apply to your parent institution that you would like to withhold your admission for a transfer to another university. Your department will guide you through this process.

Proceed to submit application for inter university admission into the new school if (1) and (2) is satisfactory. Most schools like UNN, UNILORIN, etc have a specific time of the year when they accept transfer students. It is up to you to check when the forms are on sale. If you would like us to inform you, then indicate in comment below and we will have you covered. It’s a promise!

Please Note: Skipping number (1) above is dangerous! This is because if your request for inter University transfer is not granted by the receiving institution when your admission in parent school have already been withheld, you can only return to your former Institution as a New Student and not to continue as an undergraduate, regardless of your level before the transfer. It is important therefore to make sure you will be accepted before leaving!


9 REASONS WHY UNIVERSITY BSC IS BETTER THAN POLYTECHNIC HND



1 Quality of Lecturers – You cannot just compare the experience and expertise of lecturers they have  in a university setting to that of the polytechnic. Most university lecturers are professors and PhD holders with years of teaching coupled with experience to show for it. In fact, most Master degree holders in some universities are mere assistant lecturers.

This is not so for our polytechnics where most of their so-called ‘experienced’ lecturers are mere BSc holders who are university graduates. Most rectors of polytechnics are Msc holders, though not all, only a few are PhD holders. At times, even corps members lecture in some polytechnics.

2 Qualification  For Entrance – The qualification for entrance into the university is more strict compared to that of polytechnics. Obviously, JAMB UTME cut off for universities is somewhat high, at times, this leads to frustration of jambites,   which makes them resort to polytechnics.

3 Funding From Government – Nigerian Universities are much more funded by government than polytechnics. Funding is one of the ways to determine the quality of an institution.


If you notice, the government and the media in general pay more attention to the demand of ASUU over ASUP. Though, some universities might decide to play narrow with the funds.

That is why products of universities are always trained better than those of polytechnics.

4 Research Work– Universities are the foundation of researches and this is the root of progress in institutions. Even though the quality of research work in Nigerian universities is poor, it is still far better compared to that of polytechnics that do very negligible or feeble research works.

5 Beautiful And Large Campus Environment – Mere structures and architectures of buildings in an institution goes a long way in telling about the quality of such institution.

Taking OAU as an instance, whether OAU is still the most beautiful campus in Africa or not is an argument meant for another day. But No polytechnic in Nigeria can even compete with the institution in terms of structures and its landmass.



6 Quality of students – It’s a no-brainier that the most brilliant students go to universities. In most polytechnics, all you see is dejected and old students who have taken JAMB UTME more than a couple times but no luck, then resorted to such institution. Just few of polytechnic students are young and smart, no hate.

7 Scholarships Preference – Reputable scholarship bodies hardly notice polytechnic students when it comes to scholarship offering. Only university undergraduates would have the opportunity to apply for such scholarships. Not only at the undergraduate level but also postgraduate scholarships.

Meaning, there i hardly scholarships for polytechnic students. This is another form of discrimination in some sense.

8 Market Demand – Market preference for BSc is far higher than for OND/HND. OND/HND holders are most times seen as middle level manpower though that was the intention when polytechnics were initially created.

There are more opportunities for BSc holders even outside the country and world wide.

9 Self Esteem – An average BSc holder tends to have more confidence and self-belief than a HND holder. This is however not the fault of HND holders, they only have to face stiff discrimination in the employment market, thus having a negative impact on their self esteem.

These and some other reasons are why Polytechnic students are subject to discriminations anywhere to find themselves.

DISCLAIMER : This post is not in any way meant to impress, oppress or make anyone feel depressed. It is just a mere observation from an average human being who is subject to flaws and bound to write whatsoever words that form from the letters he probably randomly typed. No matter the cer



HOW TO WRITE A CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)


When I first heard of the word “CV”, I became curious; ‘CV’ as an abbreviation means Curriculum Vitae. Your Curriculum Vitae is as unique as you! However, it is very easy to fall into a formula that leaves it at the bottom of the pile. To make sure this never happens to you, make sure you follow this CV checklist to make it stand out!

MAKE IT UNIQUE

Your CV should demonstrate your individual skill and experience. It should also grab the employers attention. Think of a paper that has a slightly different cast to the usual white – you may use tinted paper. Don’t forget about the font, keep it slick and readable, but you don’t have to follow the usual choices expected. Remember risk-taking can be an asset to a certain extent.

KEEP IT SIMPLE.

Much like the font, the layout is key to a good CV. To make sure the employer understands the full extent of what you can offer, they have to be able to read it. Being ambiguous would do no good. Simple formats work best at doing this. Try looking at templates to help you.

GIVE IT A GOOD FOCUS

Ask yourself which industry it is, then tailor your CV. Make sure your relevant experience is seen first to grab the employer’s attention. Don’t worry if you feel like you have no relevant experience. Instead, emphasize how the skill you do have is an asset to the job you’re applying for. So, if you’re applying for a teaching position and you’ve worked in a retail shop, don’t be afraid. “Your ability to think fast and resolve an issue with an irate customer has given you a knack for initiative valuable for diffusing classroom dramas.” It is pertinent to note that in our world today, skills are gaining more relevance in the labour market. So if you’ve got skills, develop them.

EDIT, EDIT, EDIT.

Grammatical mistakes and mishaps are the first things employers look for in a CV. If your CV looks rushed and ill-planned, it immediately turns off an employer no matter how qualified you are. In fact, employers are quick to trash a resume with mistakes regardless of experience, in favour of someone who has put effort and time into their work. Make sure all contact information is correct, including addresses, phone numbers and emails and avoid conflicting dates. Make sure you take  time to go over the process, this displays your eagerness for the job.

REVAMP IT.

Make sure you update your CV often. You must make sure all your experience is regularly refreshed to meet the job requirements you’re applying for. Take this time to also check over old information, edit and make sure all your contact details are up to date. Can you imagine if you got the job but the phone number you gave is old and unused? I can imagine the feeling.

LENGTH

The general rule of thumb is that your CV should not exceed 2pages. Employers have to look at many and have neither the time nor energy to read your novel of a resume. Make sure the experience you list is relevant to the job. However, if you have lots of appropriate skills, going over 2pages is fine.  It’s all about being concise and precise.

ACHIEVEMENTS, NOT DUTIES.

Your CV should sell you achievements or accomplishments as an individual. Try to avoid making your CV sound like a job description. Focus on what you did and its positive outcome. Using ‘active’ language instead of ‘passive’ language makes your CV sound more dynamic. This makes you sound like a doer, rather than someone who was just involved.

Get to work and go get that dream job!


FUNAI Pre-degree/Foundation Programme Admission List (2nd Batch) 2017/2018


The Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo (FUNAI) has released the 2nd batch list of candidates offered provisional admission into her Pre-degree and Foundation programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The names of the admitted candidates have been published online on the university's website.

To access the list, simply click on this link: FUNAI 2nd Batch Pre-degree/Foundation Programme Admission List 2017/2018

Congratulation ton the admitted ones!


UI Extends Change Of Course Deadline For 2017/2018


The University of Ibadan (UI) has extended its Change of Course Deadline for 2017 Post-UTME Candidates who did not meet the cut off of their respective courses and are willing to change to another course.

The deadline which was earlier scheduled for November 15th, 2017 has been extended to 22nd November 2017.

For more details on the change of Course process, click here


How to Print NYSC Batch ‘B’ Call-Up Letter Online – 2017


National Youth Service Corps, NYSC call up letters for 2017 Batch ‘B‘ Prospective Corps Members is now available for printing online.

This is to inform all the 2017 Batch ‘B’  Stream I prospective corps members that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has opened the portal for printing of call up letters.

Prospective Corps members are expected to log on to the NYSC Portal to commence printing of their Call-up letters.

Prospective Corps Members that did not make payment during online registration are to start collection of the Call-up Letters from their respective institutions of graduation.

HOW TO PRINT NYSC CALL-UP LETTERS.
Go to NYSC portal at http://portal.nysc.org.ng.

Login with your registered email and password.

Click on ‘Print Call Up Letter’ link to access and print your call-up letter.


Ignore Notice To Shave Beards - BSU Management Reacts To Beards Controversy


Yesterday SolutionClass reported about a ban on male students of Benue state university from keeping beards on their faces, it has turned out that the circular was pasted in the school by someone or group of persons that are out to cause mischief and put the school in a bad light.

The school management has reacted to the circular by releasing a statement through the office of the Principal Assistant Registrar, Tser Vanger Terzungwe, JP, ANIPR.

The statement reads;

It has come to the notice of Management of Benue State University, Makurdi, that someone or a group that is out to cause mischief has pasted a notice at the main entrance gate into the university directing all male students "wearing thick beards on their faces...to shave without option".

Management of Benue State University hereby directs all students and other members of the University community to ignore the message on the terse statement which has no signatory.

The University is a civilised community for adults who do not need to be intimidated or coerced to observe simple things like facial or sartorial appearance.

Management of the University has already set a machinery in motion to unveil the brain(s) behind the unauthorised message for appropriate sanctions.

Students and staff of the University should, therefore, ignore the Notice and go about their normal activities without fears.


UNILORIN Explains Why 2017/2018 Admission List Has Not Yet Been Released Online



Candidates awaiting the release of UNILORIN’s Undergraduate Admission List for 2017/2018 academic session has been urged to remain calm as the management is working to released the admission list.

According to him, the delay is due to the issues the university is experiencing uploading the list of admitted candidates on JAMB CAPS for approval.

He then appealed to the candidates, saying, “They will have to be calm.

Nobody is trying to jeopardize the process. It is just a small problem and I don’t think that it is insurmountable. We will definitely overcome it. We are just worried about its effects on the academic calendar. So, we are working round the clock to correct this. We are concerned. We are trying our best.

We have not been folding our arms. In fact, we are thinking of moving to another location where the strength of the internet facility would be enhanced.”

Expressing the concern of the University management, Prof. Mustapha said, “This is the first time we are using this electronic method. In the past, all you have to do after completing your admission exercise was to go down to Abuja and mark your candidates manually. Now, we went to Abuja and JAMB refused to let us mark manually. They wanted it done electronically. So, we had to come back and that was when we started loading the post-UTME scores and so on.”

The Chairman, who was visibly worried about the low strength of internet facilities in the University caused by external providers, said that the situation is not peculiar to the University of Ilorin alone. He said, “Once we have enhanced internet facilities, and if probably, JAMB can strengthen its own bandwidth, I think the problem will stop.” Prof. Mustapha said that the University of Ilorin has met the requirements set by JAMB, including deadline for submission of admissible students”


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


The Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH) has released the First batch Post-UTME and Direct entry admission list f0r 2017/2018.

Candidates offered provisional admission into OSUSTECH are to log on to Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) on caps.jamb.gov.ng to accept the offer of admission immediately.

Admission letter should be printed on the website of JAMB as soon as the offer of admission is accepted.

Fresh students are to resume on the 8th of January, 2018 , in line with the 2017/2018 academic calendar of the University.

Further information will be made available on the University website in this regard.

SolutionClass Team.


FUTMINNA Admission List Released – 2017/2018


This is to inform candidates who applied for undergraduate admission in the Federal University of Technology Minna (FUTMINNA) that the admission list for 2017/2018 academic session has been released.

Candidates can proceed to check their admission status on the school’s website. Before you check your admission status, please note the following;

a. Logon to JAMB website to check and accept admission before checking admission status.
b. All candidates are to make sure they check their Post UTME result before checking their admission status. If you are yet to check your result, CLICK HERE to do so.

How To Check Your FUTMINNA Admission List

-Candidates are to visit https://eportal.futminna.edu.ng/adms/
-Type in your JAMB Registration and one of your names in the spaces provided
-Click on “Submit” and proceed to check your admission status

CLICK HERE to see list of all schools that have released their Admission Lists


Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti ND Part-Time Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti FEDPOLYADO ND part-time admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session has been released.

The management of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti (FEDPOLYADO) has released the National Diploma (ND) part-time admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session.

All the candidates that applied for the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti ND part-time programmes admission can now check their admission status.

CHECK FEDERAL POLY ADO-EKITI ADMISSION LIST.

1. Go to Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti admission status checking portal at
https://eportal.fedpolyado.edu.ng/adm .

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

3. Finally, click on ‘Verify’ to access your admission status.

Congratulations to all the successfully admitted candidates.


Sokoto State University Hostel Registration Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Sokoto State University, SSU online hostel registration for Fresh & Returning Students for the 2017/2018 academic session has commenced.

This is to inform all the students of the Sokoto State University (SSU) that the management of the institution has opened the hostel registration portal for the 2017/2018 academic session.

SSU PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE BED SPACE RESERVATION.

1. Visit the University website at
www.ssu.edu.ng and click on
Online Hostel Management System
or visit www.hostel.ssu.edu.ng

2. Enter your Admission Number as username and password and click on login.

3. Click on “Reserve Bed Space ” button and select block name, room number and bed number available for you. Then, click on “Confirm and Generate Invoice ” button in order to get your customized and unique payment invoice with Remita Reference Retrieval (RRR) number.

4. Print your invoice and proceed to any Bank nationwide or click on “Pay Now” button to make payment via any of the remita instant payment options.

5. After payment, login again and print your bedspace acknowledgement slip and then proceed to Students’ Affairs Division.


Sokoto State University Fresh & Returning Students Registration Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Sokoto State University Fresh & Returning Students Registration Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session

The management of the Sokoto State University (SSU) has released the online registration for both fresh and returning students of the institution for the 2017/2018 academic session.

SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY FRESH STUDENTS ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE.

1. Visit the University website at
www.ssu.edu.ng and click on
Online Screening Portal or visit
www.screening.ssu.edu.ng

2. Login to your screening portal account, using your UTME Registration Number as username and password and click on login.

3. Check your Admission Status, and once admitted, come along with all your original credentials and their photocopies to the University Campus for Verification and Confirmation.

4. After Confirmation, a Confirmation Letter would be issued to you, then visit the University website at
www.ssu.edu.ng and click on
Online Student Registration Portal
or direct visit
www.portal.ssu.edu.ng

5. Enter your Admission Number as username and password and click on login.

6. Click on “Generate Invoice ” button in order to get your customized and unique payment invoice with Remita Reference Retrieval (RRR) number.

7. Print your invoice and proceed to any Bank nationwide or click on “Pay Now” button to make payment via any of the remita instant payment options.

8. After payment, login again and register your courses according to your departmental guide.

9. After courses registration, print payment receipt, courses registration form, form 02, medical form and take it to respective offices for signing and distribution.

SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY RETURNING STUDENTS ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE.

1. Visit the University website at
www.ssu.edu.ng and click on
Online Student Registration Portal
or visit www.portal.ssu.edu.ng

2. Enter your Admission Number as username and password and click on login.

3. Click on “Generate Invoice ” button in order to get your customized and unique payment invoice with Remita Reference Retrieval (RRR) number.

4. Print your invoice and proceed to any Bank nationwide or click on “Pay Now” button to make payment via any of the remita instant payment options.

5. After payment, login again and register your courses according to your departmental guide.

6. After courses registration, print payment receipt, courses registration form, form 02, medical form and take it to respective offices for signing and distribution.


Federal Poly Bauchi PreND, Diploma, Certificate, IJMB and HND First Batch Admission List for 2017/2018 Session is Out


Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, FPTB PreND, Diploma, Certificate, IJMB and HND first batch admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session is out.

The management of the Federal Polytechnic Bauchi (FPTB) has released the first batch of admissions into the 2017/2018 academic session for PreND, Diploma, Certificate, IJMB and HND applicants online.

HOW TO CHECK FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC BAUCHI ADMISSION LISTS.

1) Go to the Federal Polytechnic Bauchi admission status checking portal at https://portal.fptb.edu.ng/admissions/checkList

2) Select admission session

3) Enter Applicant Name/Application Number in the space provided,

4) Select Department,

5) Select Level of Study (i.e ND, HND, Pre-ND, Certificate, Diploma, etc)

6) Select your admission stream (e.g batch A or B)

7) then click on the “Display List” button.

SOLUTIONCLASS Team congratulates all the candidates that made it to Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session.


Unilorin 2017/2018 Departmental Cut off Marks


The management of University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has published the Departmental cut-off Marks for 2017/2018 academic session.

To view the cut-off marks for the various departments Click Here to view it.


How To Check UNILORIN 2017/2018 Merit Admission List


This is to inform all the candidates who applied for admission into university of Ilorin (UNILORIN) in the 2017/2018 UTME and participated in the Unilorin Post UTME Admission Screening are hereby inform that
the merit admission list has been released.

Although it has not been published on the School official portal, but some of the aspirants have received SMS from the school that they have been admitted!

How to Check UNILORIN Admission List

Step 1: To check your admission status, go to the
admission checking portal at
http://uilugportal.unilorin.edu.ng/login.phpogin.php

Step 2: When the page opens up, enter your Login ID and Password details on the spaces provided and.

Step 3: Click on the Login button to view your
admission status.

UNILORIN Admission List Out On JAMB Portal
The Unilorin Provisional Admission List has been released on the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB Website – Candidates who have been admitted can confirm their names on Jamb portal by
Clicking Here. Login and check your admission status.

How to Create Jamb 2018 Profile Via Cellphones


An option to create your 2018 Jamb profile via text messaging will be launched for the 2018 Jamb UTME.


Here is a simple guide on how to create your Jamb profile via sms in 2018.

Profile Creation from Home by Candidates Using Cellphones – Text (SMS)

How to create Jamb 2018 Profile with Cellphone

1. Sends his/her Surname, First Name & Middle Name (where applicable) . This should be maximum of 38 characters + 2 spaces between names = 40 characters in all to JAMB short code of 55019

2. One cell number (mobile number) can be used by one candidate only

3. A confirmation code of 10 characters is received by the candidate on the same telephone number which will be used to procure the ePIN.

How to Correct Mistakes

To correct a mistake in candidate’s name, resend a text message (from the registered number) “CORRECT Surname First name middlename” to 55019
To retrieve a lost confirmation code , resend a text message (from the registered number) “RESEND” to 55019



The Polytechnic Ibadan HND Admission List – 2017/2018


The Polytechnic Ibadan HND Admission List: This is to inform candidates who applied for admission into the Higher National Diploma (HND) Programme of The Polytechnic Ibadan that the Polytechnic, Ibadan has released the HND admission list for 2017/2018 academic session.

The list of admitted candidates has been uploaded on the university’s website. Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check if they have been offered admission.

How To Check Your Admission Status
-Candidates are to visit http://apply.polyibadan.edu.ng/Account/Login.aspx

-Enter your Username and Password in the spaces provided

-Click on “Login” and proceed to confirm if you have been offered admission

Congratulations to the admitted ones!