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Auchi Polytechnic Professional Diploma Admission Form 2018/2019

Auchi Polytechnic Professional Diploma in Building Technology and Urban and Regional Planning programmes admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is now on sale.

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Professional Diploma in Building Technology and Urban and Regional Planning programmes of the Polytechnic for the 2018/2019 Academic session.


Auchi Polytechnic Professional Diploma Admission Requirements.

PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY
1. Candidates must possess a Minimum of a lower credit pass in the Higher National Diploma (HND) in Building Technology obtained from an institution whose programme has earned NBTE accreditation or any equivalent qualification.

2. Satisfactory completion of NYSC or Evidence of Exemption from the programme.

3. The duration of full-time course is Eighteen (18) calendar months, i.e., at least three (3) Semesters.

PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

Candidates must possess the Higher National Diploma (HND) and the National Diploma (ND) in Urban and Regional Planning of the Polytechnic or an equivalent qualification from other similar Institutions whose programmes have earned NBTE Accreditation. In addition, Graduates of Geography and Regional Planning with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division Pass are eligible to apply.
How to Apply for Auchi Polytechnic Professional Diploma Admission.
Application forms will be completed online via the Polytechnic website:
www.auchipoly.edu.ng (All applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application and screening fee of Fifteen Thousand (₦15,000.00) Naira only payable through the following Banks nationwide in favour of Auchi Polytechnic Treasury Single Account (TSA) No.1000075, using Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) generated from the Polytechnic Website.
Eco Bank of Nigeria PLC
Skye Bank
United Bank for Africa (UBA) PLC

Read and follow the steps below carefully.

  • Open your web browser and type in Auchi Polytechnic URL:
  • auchipoly.edu.ng to display the Auchi Polytechnic web page. Select the desired portal (morning, evening or degree).
  • Click on the Apply for 2018/2019 Auchi Polytechnic ND, HND OR PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA as it applies to you.
  • The application form request will display.
  • Carefully complete the application form. Ensure that you provide all required information correctly.
  • NOTE: provide a username, (Preferably your phone number) and a Write your username and password in a safe place because you will need them for subsequent logins. Then click Generate Remita Retrieval Reference .

  • Take the generated REMITA RETRIEVAL REFERENCE (RRR) to the designated bank and request that your payment be processed on the REMITA platform. You can also make payments on any REMITA approved payment channels. Allow a couple of hours for your payment to be processed before returning to the portal to continue with your application. Login with your username and password.
  • Click on Continue With My Application Form .
  • Complete the application form carefully. Ensure that you provide required information correctly as false information may disqualify your application. Upload your passport photograph as well as the required scanned copies of your credentials.
  • Print a copy of the Acknowledgement slip and two copies of the application form.
  • Print a copy of application summary sheet.
  • Enclose two (2) sets of photocopies of your credentials; e-receipt of remita payment, birth certificate and two (2) recent passport-sized photographs to the forms in an envelope. Then bring the envelope with you to the Polytechnic on the yet to be announced date for a physical screening exercise.

Note:
Any payment procedure generated and processed on any other platform for the purpose of admission is invalid. All payment procedures must originate from the
www.auchipoly.edu.ng website. The Portal is already integrated with the Remita payment platform.
If you have any difficulty in completing the application form, please call or send text to the GSM number 08182284195 or e-mail
missupport2@auchipoly.edu.ng (between 9a.m and 4p.m week days only)

Auchi Polytechnic HND Admission Form 2018/2019 [FULL TIME]

Auchi Polytechnic is now selling forms for admission into its HND (Higher National Diploma) full-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. Auchi Poly HND form is now available for purchase online.

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes of the Polytechnic for the 2018/2019 Academic session.

Auchi Polytechnic HND Courses.

Higher National Diploma programmes are available in the following disciplines:

SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
1. Food Technology
2. Hospitality Management
3. Science Laboratory Technology
i. Biology/Microbiology
ii. Chemistry
iii. Chemistry/Biochemistry
iv. Microbiology
v. Physics and Electronics

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
1. Ceramics
2. Fashion Design and Clothing Technology
3. Graphics
4. Painting
5. Sculpture
6. Textiles

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES
1. Accountancy
2. Banking and Finance
3. Business Administration and Management
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
1. Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology
i. Farm Power and Machinery Option
ii. Soil and Water Option
2. Civil Engineering Technology
3. Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
i. Electronics/Telecommunication Option
ii. Power/Machines Option
4. Mechanical Engineering Technology:
i. Manufacturing Option
ii. Power/Plant Option
5. Minerals and Petroleum Resources Engineering Technology
i. Geological Engineering Technology Option
ii. Mining Engineering Technology Option
6. Polymer Technology

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
1. Architectural Technology
2. Building Technology
3. Estate Management and Valuation
4. Quantity Surveying
5. Surveying and Geo-Informatics
6. Urban & Regional Planning

SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Computer Science
2. Mass Communication
i. Broadcast Option
ii. Print Option
3. Office Technology & Management
4. Statistics

Guidelines for Auchi Polytechnic HND Admission.
All candidates seeking admission into the Higher National Diploma programmes of the Polytechnic must ensure that they were offered admissions through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board during their National Diploma programme(s). Any candidate that does not have an Admission letter and registration number from JAMB for the National Diploma programme is ineligible
for the Higher National Diploma admission, such persons will not be mobilized for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Scheme.

Candidates are to note that these requirements supersede the information contained in the Polytechnic’s Prospectus.
Auchi Polytechnic HND Admission Requirements.

HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND)
Candidates for any of the Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes must possess the National Diploma (ND) of the Polytechnic or an equivalent qualification from other similar Institutions whose programmes have earned NBTE Candidates must possess a National Diploma Certificate in the course they intend to pursue at the Higher National Diploma Level.
In addition to specific departmental requirements, candidates must possess Five (5) Ordinary Level credit passes at one sitting or Six (6) Ordinary Level credit passes at two (2) sittings, which must include Mathematics and English Language, in WAEC, NECO or NABTEB examination.
Note:

1. A credit pass in Literature in English at O’level is compulsory for candidates seeking admission into the Department of Mass Communication.

2. A credit pass in Economics at O’level is compulsory for candidates seeking admission into the Department of Accountancy.
(Departmental requirements are on the Polytechnic website: www.auchipoly.edu.ng)
Also, candidates must have at least one year Post National Diploma (ND) Industrial Experience (IT) or two (2) years Post National Diploma Industrial Experience for candidates with a pass grade at the National Diploma level. Academic transcripts from the candidates’ Institutions (except for graduands of Auchi Polytechnic) must be submitted before the application for the Higher National Diploma admission will be processed. Candidates should note that any student found to be deficient after admission will be withdrawn.

How to Buy Auchi Polytechnic HND Form.

Application forms will be completed online via the Polytechnic website:
www.auchipoly.edu.ng (All applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application and screening fee of Fifteen Thousand (₦15,000.00) Naira only payable through the following Banks nationwide in favour of Auchi Polytechnic Treasury Single Account (TSA) No.1000075, using Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) generated from the Polytechnic Website.

Eco Bank of Nigeria PLC
Skye Bank
United Bank for Africa (UBA) PLC

Read and follow the steps below carefully.

  • Open your web browser and type in Auchi Polytechnic URL:
  • auchipoly.edu.ng to display the Auchi Polytechnic web page. Select the desired portal (morning, evening or degree).
  • Click on the Apply for 2018/2019 Auchi Polytechnic ND, HND OR PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA as it applies to you.

  • The application form request will display.
  • Carefully complete the application form. Ensure that you provide all required information correctly.
  • NOTE: provide a username, (Preferably your phone number) and a Write your username and password in a safe place because you will need them for subsequent logins. Then click Generate Remita Retrieval Reference .
  • Take the generated REMITA RETRIEVAL REFERENCE (RRR) to the designated bank and request that your payment be processed on the REMITA platform. You can also make payments on any REMITA approved payment channels. Allow a couple of hours for your payment to be processed before returning to the portal to continue with your application. Login with your username and password.
  • Click on Continue With My Application Form .
  • Complete the application form carefully. Ensure that you provide required information correctly as false information may disqualify your application. Upload your passport photograph as well as the required scanned copies of your credentials.
  • Print a copy of the Acknowledgement slip and two copies of the application form.
  • Print a copy of application summary sheet.
  • Enclose two (2) sets of photocopies of your credentials; e-receipt of remita payment, birth certificate and two (2) recent passport-sized photographs to the forms in an envelope. Then bring the envelope with you to the Polytechnic on the yet to be announced date for a physical screening exercise.
Note:
Any payment procedure generated and processed on any other platform for the purpose of admission is invalid. All payment procedures must originate from the
www.auchipoly.edu.ng website. The Portal is already integrated with the Remita payment platform.

If you have any difficulty in completing the application form, please call or send text to the GSM number 08182284195 or e-mail
missupport2@auchipoly.edu.ng (between 9a.m and 4p.m week days only)

10 Skills That Are Super Useful To Know In The 21st Century

Technological advancement has made life in the 21st century both fun and challenging. It is fun for the millennial who moves along with technological tides, while it is challenging for those who decide to remain stagnant. Generally, there are four currencies in the 21st century that will make life easy when you have any of them. These currencies are; ideas, information, relationship and skills. However, our focus on this article will be on one of the currencies of the 21st century – skills. So, sit back and read the skills that are super useful to know in the 21st century.

Regardless of the job you do, you should learn one of these skills that are super useful to know in the 21st century. This will make you to be a solution provider in whatever situation you find yourself.

There are certain skills that are useful in every job. And when you make sacrifice to learn these skills you will become indispensable in your department. This will definitely be a great plus to your career growth.

List of Skills That Are Super Useful To Know In The 21st Century

#1 Photoshop

Photoshop is one of the skills that are super useful to know in the 21st century. Irrespective of your role in an organization, there will always be the need to resize image or put together graphics, this is when knowledge of this skill becomes necessary.

So, try to learn the basics of Photoshop. Fortunately, learning a skill is very easy in the 21st century. You can easily learn it on YouTube and become an expert in no time.

#2 Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a software that most people use in the office on daily basis. This is due to the fact that most jobs in present day organization are data driven.

Unfortunately, most people use only the most minimal functions of excel. They don’t know how to unleash the full power of the tool. If you take sometime to learn excel, you will be more productive at work.

[]#3 Project Management

Project management is also among the skills that are super useful to know in the 21st century. Most projects fail because people think project management is an innate skill and they end up managing project without having the requisite knowledge.

So, try to learn the basics of project management like; how to carry everybody along, how to hold people accountable etc. Project management skill will make you to be more effective on your job.

#4 Presentation

Presentation is another useful skill to know but some people believe that it is all about reading a slide. It goes beyond this as you have to master the art of presentation to be able carry your audience along.

Well, check How to Start a Presentation That Will Capture Your Audience for better understanding of presentation.

#5 Microsoft Power point

Power Point and Presentation skills go hand in hand. Your Power Point skill will always complement your presentation.

With a perfect understanding of power point, you will be able to create great slides.

#6 Coding

Coding is also among the top skills that are useful to know in the 21st century. According to Stephen Hawking, “Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn”.

#7 Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing is another great skill that applies in several functions in an organization. Understanding basic website design, SEO, social media optimization, sales copy contents etc. will make you a solution provider.

#8 Writing

Writing is among the top skills that are super useful in the 21st century. In our various offices, we are sometimes required to write email, reports, draw up contracts and other form of writing.

When you take time to develop your writing skill, you will become a valuable member of your team.

#9 Networking

Another great skill to learn is networking. Networking is good for your career and will lead to more opportunities and stronger relationship.

#10 Sales

Finally, Sales is a skill every professional should learn. Even if you are not performing sales role, you should at least know how to sell yourself.

There may be time in your career when you will need this skill to push forward. So, understanding the basics of selling will help you in your career.

These are the 10 skills that are super useful to know in the 21st century. Learn them and become a solution provider.


Anxiety As FUNAI Counts Down To First Ever SUG ELECTION.

Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo In Ebonyi state is bracing for the first ever SUG election in the university. 

The University being one of the 11 new universities established by the former President Goodluck Jonathan's regime. The institution's electoral committee has however warned aspirants into various office to shun all manner of violence and gratification as it can lead to automatic disqualification of candidate. The committee being headed by the Dean of Student's Affairs, Dr Charles Okolie also read riot acts to candidates contesting for various post to desist from propaganda and self acclamation. He also reiterated that the university will not fail to sanction any violent or unruly behavior before, during and after the election. The University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Chinedu Nwajiuba has also warned the students to desist from defacing the University in the name of campaigning. He said the his administration is fully supportive and ever listening to the students hence the need to call for the election.

Monday, 18 June 2018

Federal Poly Ede ND (PT, DPT), Remedial Admission Forms 2018/2019

Federal Polytechnic, Ede application forms for admission into National Diploma (ND) Part-Time, National Diploma (ND) Daily Part-Time and Remedial programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session are now on sale. Federal Poly Ede ND Daily PT and PT admission forms are currently available for purchase online.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into ND (Part- Time), ND (Daily Part Time) and Remedial Programme of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede for the 2018/2019 Academic Session in the following courses.


Federal Polytechnic Ede Available ND Part-Time Courses.

I) SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES
Computer Science
Hospitality
Tourism
Science Laboratory Technology
Statistics
Geological Technology

II) SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES
Accountancy
Business Administration & M
Banking and Finance
Marketing
Office Technology and
Library & Information Science

III) SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Architectural Technology
Building Technology
Estate Management
Quantity Surveying
Surveying & Geo-Informatics
Fashion Design& Textile Technology

IV) SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Computer Engineering
Electrical Electronics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Agric & Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology
Horticulture and Landscape Technology

BASIC STUDIES:
Remedial Programme IN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

How to Buy Federal Polytechnic Ede ND Part-Time & Remedial Form.

Application forms for ND PART TIME AND DAILY PART TIME Progammes attract Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000:00) only while Application form for the Remedial Programme attracts Five Thousand Naira (N5,000:00) Only. Successful completion of the programme will lead to admission into any of the programmes run in Polytechnic.
Payment should be effected using any Remita Payment methods (e.g. Master Card, Bank Payment, Online Payment, Internet Banking, ATM, Remita App etc.).

Detailed information about the programmes, entry requirements, mode of payment and registration are available on-line at

Closing Date: 31st August, 2018.

Federal Polytechnic Ede HND Admission Form 2018/2019 [FULL TIME]

Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State is now selling forms for admission into its HND (Higher National Diploma) full-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. The Federal Poly Ede HND form is now available for purchase online.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State full-time Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Federal Polytechnic, Ede HND Courses – Full Time.

Below are the following programmes available on Full-Time basis only for two academic sessions.
1. Computer Science
2. Statistics
3. Microbiology
4. Applied Chemistry
5. Physics with Electronics
6. Biochemistry
7. Hospitality Management
8. Leisure and Tourism Management
9. Accountancy
10. Banking and Finance
11. Business Administration and Management
12. Marketing
13. Office Technology and Management
14. Architectural Technology & Management
15. Building Technology
16. Quantity Surveying
17. Estate Management
18. Electrical/ Electronics Engineering Technology (Power and Machine, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering Technology (Option)
19. Civil Engineering Technology (Structures)
20. Computer Engineering

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) PROGRAMMES
  • Application for admission into the Federal Polytechnic, Ede HND programs will be required to have the following qualifications:
  • National Diploma (ND) with a minimum of Lower Credit in the relevant Field and five (5) relevant ‘O’ Level credit passes at WASC, GCE, NECO and NABTEB at not more than two sittings. The credit passes must include English Language and Mathematics.
  • Evidence of one year Post ND cognate experience (Industrial Training)
  • Applicants with Pass Grade in the ND will be required to have at least two (2) years Post National Diploma Industrial Experience
  • Candidates will not be admitted into HND programmes different from those they had in their ND programmes
  • Candidates applying for HND Office Technology and Management (OTM) are to bring their laptop to the interview
  • Candidates with ND BAM/MKT are eligible to apply for HND Marketing
  • It is mandatory for HND full-Time applicants to fill the JAMB Registration Number used for their ND programs.
How To Purchase Federal Polytechnic Ede HND Form.

Application forms for HND FULL TIME Progammes attract Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000:00) only. Successful completion of the programme will lead to admission into any of the programmes run in Polytechnic.
Payment should be effected using any Remita Payment methods (e.g. Master Card, Bank Payment, Online Payment, Internet Banking, ATM, Remita App etc.).


Detailed information about the programmes, entry requirements, mode of payment and registration are available on-line at
www.federalpolyede.edu.ng.

Closing Date: 31st August, 2018.

15 Robbers Rape Corper In Bayelsa!

A female corps member deployed to Bayelsa State for her one-year mandatory service, is now under intensive care as Doctors are battling to save her life following her ordeal in the hands of robbers.

It was gathered that after the armed robbers overpowered the neighbourhood vigilantes who are usually armed with only sticks and machetes, they invaded the ‘Corpers Lodge’ at Yenizue Gene, a suburb of Yenagoa, about 3a.m. yesterday and the corps member was reportedly assaulted and raped by a 15-man gang of robbers.
According to a resident of the community, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, the hoodlums reportedly went to the NYSC Corpers Lodge where they forcibly took away a female corps member and she was repeatedly raped by the suspects who took her in turns.

News Telegraph reported that local sources said though the police were alerted, there was little they could do because the area had been thrown into darkness by the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHEDC). A vigilante, who gave his name simply as Tonye, said the security men were afraid of running into an ambush.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Asinim Butswat, who was contacted by newsmen however said he had not got a clear information about the incident.
Few months ago, suspected members of a cult also attacked a Corpers’ Lodge at Angalabiri community of Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, severing the hand of a Corps member.

The Corps Member, identified as Luntis Julius from Taraba State was machete with cutlass on his left hand by the suspected hoodlums. Also stolen from the Corpers’ Lodge were a Laptop and two mobile phones. It was learnt that the invasion by the criminals, which happened at about 2.30am caused panic among Corps members serving in the Sagbama Local Government Area.

Federal Polytechnic Ede Cut-Off Mark 2018/2019 [DISCLAIMER]

Federal Polytechnic, Ede, EDEPOLY admission cut-off mark for the 2018/2019 academic session admission exercise is yet to be announced. Beware of scammers!

It has come to the notice of the Management of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State that some unscrupulous elements have been going about deceiving members of the public that the Institution has released the 2018/2019 cut-off mark.
The Management is using this medium to inform members of the public that the Institution is yet to release any cut-off mark for the 2018/2019 Academic Session.

However, members of the public are advised to check the Guardian and Nigerian Tribune Newspapers on Wednesday, 13th June, 2018 for the Institution’s Advertisement for the year 2018/2019 Admission Exercise.

Thank you.

O. A. Ogunleye
REGISTRAR

Sunday, 17 June 2018

IAUE Releases 2018 NYSC Batch “B” Senate Approved Mobilization List

Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, IAUE Batch “B” Senate Approved Mobilization List is out.


The management of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAUE) has released the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) mobilization list (Senate Approved) for the 2018 prospective Batch ‘B’ corps members.
IAUE NYSC Mobilization List.
The following Graduates of Ignatius Ajuru University have been successfully uploaded to the integrated database of the National Youth Service Corps for 2018 Batch ‘B’ NYSC programme. At the confirmation of your name, you are to wait until the approved date for commencement of Online Registration. Candidates who have graduated for 2016/2017 graduation session and has not seen their name should ensure that they have made the approved payment, submit application to the Student Affairs Unit.

If you have applied for NYSC and have submitted your form to the Information Management System (MIS) Office of the Students Affairs and did not see your name in Batch ‘A’ and Batch B respectively, visit the student’s affairs Unit and confirm the status of your application.


Direct all questions regarding ‘date of birth’ ‘name correction’ to the Students Affairs Unit of the University. Timely technical attention will be given appropriately from the University’s ICT support unit for NYSC mobilization. Be aware of fraudsters who will ask you for money to fix date of birth issues for you. Click this lnk below to view list.

Batch ‘B’ 2018.
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matric_no SURNAME other_names grad_month 2006/B.ED4/SP/3455 NWANKWO EUCHARIA ONYEMAECHI 07 UE/2012/B.ED4/4370 AMADI CHIWENDU EMENIKE 11 UE/2013/B.ED4\5878 JOHN BRIGHT 11 2002/B.ED5/SP/2683 KEMEAREKADE ASEYAIFITI BOUBAI 12 UE/2011/B.ED4/SP/202 OBUNIKE EBELE AGATHA 01 UE\2013\B.ED4\5908 OKOKON NTIEDIE ATAITA 11 UE\2012\B.ED5\SP\394 ELISON ENIGHENI EZEKIEL 03 UE\2012\B.ED4\SP\286 UDUHIRINWA CELINE UGOEZE 03 UE\2012\B.ED5\SP\392 EKUMA CHINYERE MAUREEN 03 UE\2014\B.ED4\SP\687 ANERO-NNAMDI GLADYS-N 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/3450 ECHEFU AMAKA 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5862 CHIMA PATRICK JIBUNOR 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/5601 OKANDU UCHE TELMA 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5898 OBINDAH GOODNESS IHUOMA 11 UE/2014/B.ED3/7521 EMERENWA CHINONSO STEPHANIE 03 UE/2012/B.ED4/4423 ONYEKAZI ABIGAIL 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5885 LUCKY TOODIBABARI 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5883 LEGBARA GODGIFT BARINE 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5902 OKEH OVUNEZI CHUKWUMA 11 UE/2011/B.ED4/2955 AMADI SILVERLINE ADAKU 11 UE/2014/B.ED3/7526 SLINK EBIKIENMOTE 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/4412 NWUKWOR QUEEN NNEKA 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/4425 OUG DIEPRINYE RUTH-C 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5909 SANIKPEGE HOLYDOM TORBARI 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/4433 TASIE JUSTICE CHIZOKPE 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5895 NWEKE FLORENCE CHICHI 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/4367 AGBARU CHINWENDU 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5867 ELEBA CHIBUIKE VICTOR 11 UE/2012/B.ED4/4398 LEBURA CAROLINE 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5917 WOKEH FAITH CHINYERE 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5870 EWOH BERTHA OBUEGO 11 UE/2014/B.ED3/7523 NWOKO CHRISTIANA NNENNA 11 UE/2011/B.ED4/2979 MBU-EBIRIENE FANNY OTHIEL 03 UE\2014\B.ED3\7528 WORLU ESTHER 11 UE\2013\B.ED4\5891 NTAHSON CHIZINDU AZUBUIKE 11 UE/2013/B.ED3/6884 WARISO VICTORIA 03 UE/2013/B.ED4/5876 ONYEJURUBA JENIFER CHIOMA 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/5913 STEWART JANE NEWYEAR 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6155 ANOZIE SANDRA IJEOMA 11 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/4822 WILFRED EUNICE GODWIN 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6153 AKOMA CHIOMA 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6152 AAMENE-JACK KOAKABARI 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6164 WUGO ANOKWURU 11 UE/2013/B.A.ED4/6288 OJINNAKA UGOCHI ROHDA 11 UE/2013/B.A.ED4/6289 NMEKINI RUTH CHISALE 11 UE/2012/B.A.ED4/4840 NWANJOKU AGNES NNENNA 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6991 OPARA CHARLES JUNIOR 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6534 WOFURU VICTORIA 11 UE/2014/B.SC.ED3/8758 JAHO OGHENEYOVWI UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6455 ENYIDAH CHUKWUNOYE 11 


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UE/2014/B.SC.ED3/8759 NMEZI GREAT 11 UE/2014/B.SC.ED3/8754 ANTHONY BENEDICTA 11 UE/2013/B.ED4/6465 ALALI RAPHEAL GEORGE 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6501 OHALETA DANIEL CHUKWUDI 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6459 EZEKWU OVUNDAH 11 UE/2011/B.SC.ED4/3708 LETOR MONDAY GOODLUCK 11 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6521 PRINCEWILL DIEPREYE UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6478 JOSHUA LEDILOBARI LEESI UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6428 BESTMAN VALENTINE UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5308 UE/2011/B.SC.ED4/3729 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6426
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)
Batch ‘A’ 2018.
See: Confirm You Details on NYSC Portal .
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matric_no SURNAME other_names service_batch UE/2010/B.ED4/SP/025 GREEN PRECIOUS WARIDIBO A,2018 2004/B.ED3/17162 OSHEMUGHEN MERCY EDESIRI A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/SP/567 AMADANYO JOSEPHINE A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED5/SP/395 HARRISON TREASURE A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED3/6867 ABBEY ABIYE OKOROJI A,2018 2001/B.ED5/SP/2478 GBANAIKUMOR EVELYN A,2018 UE/2011/B.ED4/2975 IMPOTO OSEMIEBI A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/5581 PAUL PRECIOUS SHALOM A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5889 NGEREBOR BLESSING DON A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5875 ELENWA JACINTA ONYEKACHI A,2018 2004/B.ED5/SP/3228 ONODI DIVINE IJEOMA A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/SP/279 MUOJIAMA CHINWE LEATICIA A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5879 JOSEPH OGHAAPHEMUGH A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED3/5904 OMEGHARA OSIANIMOOM A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/4415 OGISI EZAAL A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/4371 AMADI HAPPINESS OLU A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/4368 AGOMUO GIFT OSINACHI A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5906 ORLU MERIT CHIME A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/4434 UBANI QUEEN A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5864 TASIE DEBORAH A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5880 JOSHUA OMASIRICHI LOVE A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5911 EEBE SOLOMON FEEGALO A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5877 WELLE JENIFER NNENNDA A,2018 UE/2012/B.ED4/4402 MINIKWU STEPHEN UGOCHUKWU A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5886 NDUBUISI NZUBECHI FAVOUR A,2018 UE/2013/B.ED4/5872 GILBERT CHINEME GIFT A,2018 96/B.ED4/SP/1782 CHIBOR OBIAGERI CHIOMA A,2018 UE/2013/B.A.ED4/6281 AWUSE ENYINDA A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5389 WEKHE RUTH A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6446 EBERE EMMANUEL CHUKWUEMEKA A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6498 OGBONNA NNENNA A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6510 OMEOWURU GODSTIME CHIMA A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5306 ALAIBI JOHNSON ALAIBI A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5336 GILBERT GILBERT JONAH A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6517 OSIAGOR PATIENCE A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6473 IKPEORLUORLU MICHAEL-O A,2018 UE/2014/B.SC.ED4/8757 FRIDAY AYEBANUA A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6418 AGU CHINYERE A,2018 UE/2014/B.SC.ED3/8755 DOUGLAS IWO DIMKPA A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5310 AMADI CHINENYE EMMANUELLA A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6435 SIMEON CHIMELE A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6496 OBULOR GLORY EBUBE A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED4/5356 NWAEKE UCHENNA A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6985 NMEZI AMAKA GIFT A,2018 UE/2013/B.SC.ED4/6480 KPAKOL VICTOR BARIELBA UE/2010/B.SC.ED4/SP/070 ALLISON ANN LEKIA A,2018 UE/2012/B.SC.ED5/SP/560 IAUE NYSC Mobilization List _ Uploaded on 


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LASPOTECH ND Part-Time Admission Form 2018/2019

The management of Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) is now selling applications forms for admission into its part-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. LASPOTECH ND Part-time admission form is obtainable online.


The Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) School of Part-Time Studies (SPTS) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its National Diploma (ND) part-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. The Part Time programme is designed for candidates in gainful employment.


PART-TIME PROGRAMMES : 6-SEMESTER ND PART-TIME PROGRAMMES

LASPOTECH ND Part-Time Programmes.

COMMUNICATION & LIBERAL STUDIES

Mass Communication

ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering Technology
Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Building Technology
Estate Management

MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS STUDIES

Accountancy
Banking and Finance
Business Administration & Management.
Insurance
Marketing
*Office Technology and Management

PURE & APPLIED SCIENCE

Science Laboratory Technology

TECHNOLOGY

Computer Science Technology
Food Technology
Hospitality Management Technology

LASPOTECH ND Part-Time Admission Entry Requirements.

National Diploma Programmes

SSCE or WASCE orGCE ‘O’ Level orNECO orNABTEB with at least 5 Credits obtained at not more than 2 sittings, which must include English Language, Mathematics and three other relevant subjects related to the programme of study.

Mature Candidates:

Candidates with lower qualifications than the above requirements but with at least three (3) relevant Credits and two (2) Passes could be considered for admission into the National Diploma Programme only, provided such candidates are not below the age of 40 years and have a minimum of 15 years work experience at SUPERVISORY LEVEL.

How to Apply for LASPOTECH ND Part-Time Admission.

Applicants are expected to:

Log on to LASPOTECH’s website at https://www.mylaspotech.edu.ng/
Click on the ‘”2018/2019 Admission Applications” link on the Navigatorplane.
Select the programme i.e. “Part-Time ND”.
Click on “Continue”.
Fill the profile form and choose a suitable username as your username and password of your choice (your password should contain alphabet, numbers and/or symbols) not less than 7 in characters, supply a valid and working email address and GSM number;
Then, Click on “Continue”
Login with your username and password;
Click on ”Pay”(you will make use of a Web enabled ATM card. Master or Verve card for your payment).
Candidates are expected to make payment of the sum of seven thousand five hundred naira only (N7,500) only, exclusive of Bank charges.
Complete your application as appropriate
Fill the application fonn provided. Ensure that you provide accurate data at all times. In addition to your personal information, you will be required to provide your WAEC/GCE/NECO/NABTEB result as well as previous educational history.
Candidates are expected to scan and upload their O’level result.
Ensure you print out your Application form, and receipt of payment and keep them safely.
You will be required to upload a colour passport photograph of NOT MORE THAN 20kb in size
Print your completed application form after submission. You will be required to present this at a later date, so keep it safely.
Click “Submit”
Important Notice

Candidates are advised to ensure that they personally fill in correct information. The Polytechnic would not be liable for any erroneous information contained in the completed form.
Each applicant is advised to provide correct and functional e-mail address and telephone number(s) when completing the application form.
For details on entry requirements peculiar to each of the programmes above, visit the LASPOTECH website mylaspotech.edu.ng
Candidates are to please NOTE that Admission is on First Come, first served basis.
Successful candidates must adhere strictly to the registration procedure as highlighted on the Polytechnic website.
The Institution is non-residential. Students will therefore be required to make their own arrangements for accommodation and transportation.
For further information, contact: 08175975161, 0908275298, or 0908275298, or 09098275298


Date of Closure: Sales and Submission of Application form closes by Sunday, August 20th, 2018.

Saturday, 16 June 2018

World Cup! Nigeria To Face Croatia Today by 8pm (Predict Scores & Win Quick Cash) on #SC



Happy Weekend Friends and Family.
Today we gonna do it like never before. Grab this opportunity and win to your a Recharge Card of #1500  Or 1.5mb Data on SC .

The Prediction start Now and will end by
7:30 before the kick off of the Match.

Please Note that this Gift will only go to One Person and that will be the 1st Person that will Got it right.

HOW TO PREDICT & WIN
Kindly follow the simple instructions below when Predicting any Match:

Any Predictions that does not go in line with the Instructions below will be discarded.

1. SC will only PICK THE FIRST 1 CORRECT PREDICTIONS.

It is first come first serve. Any prediction outside the first 1 correct prediction will not be selected.

2. Drop Your Score In This Order
Let’s say Nigeria and Croatia are to meet and you want to place your Predictions, you have to drop the Score for each team and their name fully spelled.

Example:- Nigeria – Croatia

3.  *very important*. In the Comments Box, don't forget to include your Mobile Number
Kindly use your Full Name when commenting/predicting .

After the Match, the Winners will be announced.

Example:- Uchechi Promise

4. You Are Not Allowed To Reply Anyone’s Prediction, You Are To Drop Yours Fresh
You should drop your own comment freshly. Anyone who replies any comment and eventually won won’t be rewarded.

Do not Reply anyone’s comment, Scroll to the Comment Box and drop your Name and Predictions.

8 Signs Of Scholarship Scams

To protect yourself from scholarship con artists, look for these warning signs. After all, the last thing you want is less money in your pocket., here are the 8 signs you should look out for

1. Application fees: Stay clear of any scholarships that require you to pay a “small processing fee,” even if it’s just a few dollars. The provider may claim it’s to weed out “non-serious applicants,” but don’t be fooled. Legitimate scholarships want to give you money, not take it away.

2. No phone number: Be extremely wary of any scholarship opportunities that don’t provide a telephone number. A lot of scholarship scams don’t give out phone numbers because they’re too easy to trace.

3. Open to everyone: The majority of private scholarship providers choose to award scholarships to students who fit a certain set of criteria. If you come across a scholarship that’s open to everyone, do some extra research on the scholarship provider before you apply.

4. No proof of past winners: Try Google searching the scholarship and look for evidence of past winners. Most scholarship providers like to brag about the money they’ve given out, so if you can’t find any history, the scholarship could be a scam. This isn’t always the case, though. New scholarships, of course, don’t have past winners.

5. Fake nonprofit or federal status: Even if a company has a Washington, D.C. address or its name sounds official, beware—it could easily be fake! And just because its name has the word “Foundation” or “Fund” in it, that doesn’t necessarily make it a nonprofit.

6. Requests for personal financial information: It’s completely unnecessary for a legitimate scholarship provider to ask you to provide a credit card, bank account, or social security number. If you get a phone call from someone claiming that they need this information to process an application, disconnect the call immediately.
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7. Winning a scholarship that you didn’t apply to: If you get a call (or E-mail) from a scholarship provider proclaiming that you’ve just won a scholarship, but you have no idea who they are and have never submitted an application for that particular scholarship, it’s most likely not legitimate. Don’t give them any information; just hang up / delete the message.

8. Claims that they’ll “do all the work for you:” We’ve made it clear that it takes a lot of work to apply for scholarships. Sorry, but this is unavoidable.


Godfrey Okoye University Post UTME Form 2018/2019 – FREE!

Godfrey Okoye University, GOUNI post UTME form for the 2018/2019 academic session is now on sale. The cost of application form for admission into Godfrey Okoye University undergraduate programme is ₦0.00 i.e FREE!

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Godfrey Okoye University (GOUNI), Ugwuomu-Nike Enugu, undergraduate programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session.

How to Apply for Godfrey Okoye University Post UTME.


STEP 1
New Applicant: Create login details – use the Form on the left side. When you click ‘Request form’ Application Form link will be sent to your email.

STEP 2
Check your email address for the link, click on the link and fill the application form

STEP 3
* Upload your Passport Photograph according to the specified size, and JPG or PNG format.
* Provide your bio data and academic records
* Cross check the application form and submit
* You can save the application and continue later

Payments: The application form is free
On successful submission, the admission officer will review your application and respond to you within 3 working days. An email and SMS will be sent to you once a decision has been made by the admission officer.

Friday, 15 June 2018

UNICAL 200L Student Suspected To Have Stab Herself To Death Over A Boyfriend (Photo)



Wonders shall never end. A yr2 student of English and Literary Studies, Faculty of Arts and humanities, University of Calabar is suspected to have taken her own life because of a guy.



*RIP DEBORAH DUKE ETIM*






Tips To Study For Long Hours Without Losing Concentration

Picking up a book to study is as simple as ABC. Studying it for long hours is a little bit difficult. But, to study long for hours without losing concentration? That is where the big problem lies.

This has been a cause for alarm for many students and even the working class guys. Some persons go as far as taking all sort of drugs just to study for a long time without sleeping off or getting tired. Most times, these drugs
exacerbate the issue rather than
ameliorating it.

It is no news that many students cannot study up to two hours at a go. Some lose concentration after 40 minutes of study .
The effect of the above mentioned challenges is the continuous increase in the failure rate of students in both internal and external examinations. This is a major cause for alarm and requires urgent attention.
The quest for solution has further generated both philosophical and analytical questions.
Some of the questions I am bombarded with daily by students with regard to studying for long hours are:


  • How can I study for a long time?
  • I lose concentration few minutes into study, is it normal?
  • How can I combine academic with my work?
  • How to do I study late at night without sleeping?
  • I am preparing for exams but sleep is really distraction me.
  • How do I study to pass Waec and Jamb ?
  • Why do I always feel like sleeping of while studying?
  • How do I remember everything I read.

Wondering if this article can solve your problem? I think so. But, you must understand that you cannot get help until you take steps.

Success requires some process. With constant and conscious effort, studying for long hours and without loosing concentration won’t be a problem to you anymore.

The question now is, “how do I study for long, and how do I study for long without losing attention”? It is very simple. I will try my best to answer that as simple as I can in this article.

Proven Tips To Study For Long Hours And Pass Your Exams

1. Relax First:
To study when you are stressed out is the beginning of casualty. Take time to rest and regain some level of energy before you stylishly go into another serious mental process. There is no way you can concentrate or study for long hours when you are tired. Rest is important. If you do not relax, you will collapse. Rest first!
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2. Eat well:
A hungry man will definitely get angry. You need a simple diet before embarking on the journey of serious study.
In fact, hunger is a major factor that makes every course boring. Even the pen you are using becomes boring to you as well. Just try to eat something light before study. OK?
Read Also: How to understand difficult subjects

3. Create A Reading Map:
Map out the areas you wish to cover for that day. Say to yourself, “I must finish this part before I stop”. Setting goals increase your study rate by ten fold (It is a rocket loader).

4. Choose a Niche:
Don’t be told. Choose the environment best conducive for you. It might be in your room, in the library or at the market. Just make sure you are ok with it.

5. Encourage the subject:
When the subject or course is boring, there is chance that you cannot study it for long hours. But there are ways you can make the course interesting. There are ways you can actually make boring course interesting; some of the ways are:
  • Looking for the interesting part in the subject no matter how little it may be.
  • Taking short breaks and coming back to continue the topic fresh.
  • Using simple memory games (mnemonic devices) to remember difficult parts of the course.
  • Study the course with a friend.
Create a group chat to discuss the subject.

6. Be Totally Engaged:
Nothing makes you study for long hours like engagement. As much as you can, pay serious attention to what you are reading. Try to keep yourself engaged by jotting down points, explaining the subject to yourself, Solving problems and saying no to external distractions for a while.

7. Entertain Yourself:
When it seems you are about to sleep off or the course seems boring again, entertain yourself in any of the following ways:
  • Reply your messages.
  • Play your favorite song
  • Quickly play game.
  • Watch a short video/movie
  • Then, go back to work. This strategy works wonders.

8. Group Study:
Studying in group not only make you remember 80% of everything you read, but also makes you read for a longer time.

9. Switch Location:
Walking round even as you study can put distractions aside and make you study for a very long time. Try this and let me know if it works for you…

10. Forget the Heart-Break:
If someone broke your heart or you have any other thing bordering you, make you to put them aside and focus on your study. Thinking about the events that occurred will really make you lose concentration. After studies, you can go back to that.


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How To Survive The First Year 0f Studying In US According To StudyUSA


Deciding to study in a foreign country is a big decision. We think it takes a lot of courage. It’s not easy moving away from home, especially to another country where the language and culture may be very different.

Whether your English is perfect or not, there are still many challenges that you will face your first year here. We understand this because all of us have been where you are, (or will be).

5 Tips To Survive The First Year 0f Studying In The US

1. Be Prepared Before You Leave Your Home Country:
Make a budget and make sure you have enough money. Things like food, books, and tuition are more expensive here than they are in most countries. So get a complete list from your school of estimated expenses before you decide to leave home. Don’t forget to include the cost of buying furniture if you rent an apartment.
Do not use Craigslist to find a place to live! Many international students had lost money thinking they had found a place to live and sent money before they arrived. When they got here, they discovered that there was no apartment and their money was stolen.
Ask friends who live in your new town for help; they will know of apartments or rooms for rent that is close to a school or public transportation.
If you don’t know anyone in your new place, ask your new college or university for help- they can give you a room (called a “dorm”) or help you contact honest people who like renting rooms or apartments to foreign students.


2. Take Advantage Of All The Activities Your School Offers:
We know you are worried about how well you speak English, but people don’t care! They want to talk to you and get to know you; so go on field trips, join international clubs, and make plans to go out to dinner with your classmates.
Remember, everyone feels the same way you do, and they will be very friendly.

3. You Will Be Homesick:
It’s very normal. When you do, try to find a way to eat food at home. Look for a special grocery store that carries foods from your country, or a restaurant that serves food your mother made.
Find an activity that makes you happy and do it! If you played a sport at home, find a group that gets together to do this. If you played an instrument, bring it along and play it regularly. It’s crucial that you do something besides study!
If you are having trouble finding these activities, ask your school for help. They can put you into contact with the right people. You are more than schoolwork!

4. Ask For Help:
This is very difficult for many of us, but there are people at your school who care about you. Do not be embarrassed if you are feeling really sad, or if you are having a hard time in a class or socially.
Always remember that you are not the first person who feels this way, and you won’t be the last, but it is important to get help rather than being sad or afraid.

5. Accept The Strangeness Of The Culture In US:
American colleges expect you to talk in class and to ask questions, which is very different from other countries. Americans are louder than you might be used to.
They like to hug and often ask questions that you might think are rude. But they don’t mean to insult- that’s how they are, and once you get used to it you might find yourself being a little bit louder and a bit more questioning too.

6. Take Time Every Once In Awhile To Be Proud Of What You’ve Done:
We have a writing teacher who makes us list one good thing every week that we did. Sometimes people write “nothing,” and she will say, “Did you get out of bed most days and make it to school?” If we say yes, she makes us write that down because, “A good life isn’t about the big accomplishments- it’s about all the little things that lead to those big things.”

10 Hot Businesses You Can Do In Nigerian Universities Easily

]These days, Most students always complain about being broke and under-funded.
This has led many to the paths of becoming Internet fraudsters just to, as they claim, make ends meet.

The truth remains that there are many legal and viable businesses one can engage in whether or not you are a student and still earn some money.

In this article, we shall consider the top 10 Hot Businesses You Can Do In Nigerian Universities Easily and generate cool cash.

Lots of factors such as rate of patronage, profit margin and ease of kick starting were considered for this selections. Take your time to go through the list, choose the most favourable one, carry out a feasibility study and kick start.


1. Photocopying and typing services

This is a line of business that will always make you money as a Nigerian student or an undergraduate and fit in to any university setting as typing and photocopying are always in high demand. You can make streams of income by simply placing your photocopying machine near a lecture hall or in any strategic position. Also, you will not lack typing jobs. You always be faced with typing term papers, assignments, research work and projects.

2. Food and canteen services/delivery

This is another business that has a very high patronage rate. Staff and students will always chill down their hunger by looking for any available eating spot to eat or drink. If you have excellent cooking skills, then you can capitalize on this and make lots of income. You can as well include food delivery services in your kitty. Professors, staff and students will always patronize you as you will eliminate the stress of trekking to the nearest eatery. Extending your services to late night hours is also a very big advantage.

3. Transportation Service

Transportation services is always in high demand in the university environment. Students will always rush over for lectures or to submit assignments and the school premises is always bubbling with activities. So as an undergraduate, you can leverage on this by using your car to offer transportation services within the school premises.

4. Barbing/Hair making and styling

Provision of hair cut and hair making services for guys and ladies can generate lots of income for you. It is most suitable to site your shop close to a hostel where the students can easily have access.

5. General provisions shop

You will gain lots of patronage by opening a shop for selling stuffs like biscuit, sweets, gums, drinks, snacks and many other general edible and non-edible items. These items are always in high demand.

6. Dry Cleaning services

This is another money spinning business venture that can fetch you cash as an undergraduate or Nigerian student. Washing and ironing clothes for the students and staff can be very rewarding. This can be even more rewarding if you site your office close to the hostels and staff quarters.

7. Photography and Video services

Photography is sure to give you so much money as a student in Nigerian universities especially in this era of pre-birthday and pre-wedding pictures trend. Students and group of students will always take photographs and passports, so you are assured of regular earnings.

8. Make-up and make overs

This is mostly targeted towards the female students. Most Nigerian students believe that looking good is good business, so they go a long way in working on their looks. You will be even surprised by the high amount of money that they end up spending for this. Simply get set your make-up and make over shed close to the female hostel, and you will be amazed with the traffic in patronage.

9. Sales of Books and academic materials

Books and other writing materials will always be on high demand in any academic environment. You can boost your income by selling text books, exercise books and other writing materials.

10. Sales of trendy clothes and shoes

It is very common to hear Nigerian undergraduate students complaining about lack of money. On a lighter note, these students are the same people who wear the latest designer clothes in town. They spend good money in fashion. With this perception, they will always patronize good fashion products. So, it is very certain for you to have good patronage from selling shoes and clothes that meets the latest fashion in town.


How A Pretty UNIZIK Graduate Was Bathed With Acid By Unknown Man In Port-Harcourt ( Photos )

A beautiful lady identified as Miss Nkiruka Jane Nnaji who hails from Amorji Akpugo in Enugu State is in lament following the unfortunate circumstance which befell. Report has it that Jane graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, in 2016 and was awaiting her youth service before she was attacked with acid.

Hear her;

It happened on April 11, 2017 in Port-harcourt. After my graduation I went into cosmetic business; I got a very small shop where I was managing. I was coming back from my shop that fateful day, at about 8:00 pm; I was walking to the house when I started hearing a male voice calling ‘Chi-chi’. I thought it was somebody that wanted to toast me; I thought it was a way of attracting my attention.

“I didn’t really give him any attention. When he kept calling that name I felt it could be a way of taking my phone or robbing me so I put my phone in my bag and in less than three seconds somebody tapped me on the shoulder.”

“Immediately I turned, he poured the substance which was in a small container on me and I screamed. He ran away while I was screaming and shouting for help. People came out, poured me water and eventually they took me to the hospital that very night.

“I was in the hospital in Port-harcourt there for two weeks before I was referred to National Orthopaedic Hospital Enugu. When I went to Orthopaedic, the next day they went on strike; I went into coma because then the wound had already been infected because the hospital where they took me wasn’t a burns hospital. So they did not take proper care of the wound so it was bringing forth pus and was smelling.

“So I went into coma and was rushed to a private hospital, Hill-top; it was there I had two surgeries and stayed there for 35 days after paying over N1m.

“I was taken back to Orthopaedic, by then they had called off the strike; it was there that I had the remaining three surgeries. So altogether I have gone through 5 plastic surgeries in the cause of this acid attack.

“Eventually I lost the two ears; I still have a contracture on the neck, and then the left hand, and then the hair at the back.

"I don’t know because I never quarreled with anyone. If I had quarreled with anyone may be by now I may have arrested the person. So I don’t really know. I take this to be a mistaken identity because the name he was calling wasn’t my name. My name is not Chi, or Chinyere or anything related to that. And the person didn’t wait to see the face of the Chinyere he was calling. So maybe he took me to be Chinyere and poured me that substance".

]"Even that very night they say they caught the person. But they thought he stole my phone because they heard me screaming. They saw him with an android phone and they confronted him accusing him of having snatched the phone from the girl that was screaming. He said no it’s his phone. They said ok, if it’s your phone, call the number. They dialed the number and it rang and they gave him back the phone and he left. So it was while I was in the hospital the person brought the number to me. I called the police and gave my statement but they asked me to pay N70,000 to track the number alongside other expenses. I didn’t have much money and I needed even more for my treatment so couldn’t raise the money. After my statement they left and I didn’t hear from them again till today".

Upon her condition, Jane has refused to question God. "I know my God has a reason for whatever happens. He is still my God and has seen me through even when doctors gave me 30% chances of survival. I am grateful to Him for keeping me alive.”



LASPOTECH HND Full Time Admission 2018/2019 Announced

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Full-Time 2-year Higher National Diploma programmes of Lagos State Polytechnic for the 2018/2019 Academic Session. The Polytechnic offers the following programmes at the Higher National Diploma level:

A…..SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMM

1…SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
a. Agricultural Extension and Management
b. Animal Production Technology
c. Crop Production Technology
d. Fisheries Technology

2. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
a. Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology with options in
(i) Farm Power and Machinery Engineering Technology
(ii) Soil and Water Engineering
(iii) Post-Harvest Engineering
b. Chemical Engineering Technology
c. Civil Engineering Technology
d. Computer Engineering Technology
e. Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology with
options in
(i) Electronics & Telecommunications
(ii) Electrical Power & Machines
f. Mechanical Engineering Technology with options in
(i) Manufacturing
(ii) Power and Plant

3. SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
a. Architectural Technology
b. Art and Industrial Design with options in
(i) Graphics
(ii) Painting
(iii) Sculpture
c. Building Technology
d. Estate Management and Valuation
e. Quantity Surveying
f. Urban and Regional Planning

4. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS STUDIES
a. Accountancy
b. Banking and Finance
c. Business Administration and Management
d. Insurance
e. Marketing
f. Office Technology and Management

5. SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION & LIBERAL STUDIES
a. Mass Communication with Options in
(i). Print
(ii). Media

6. SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
a. Computer Science Technology
b. Food Technology
c. Hospitality Management Technology

7. SCHOOL OF PURE & APPLIED SCIENCE
a. Science Laboratory Technology with options in
(i) Microbiology (iv) Biochemistry
(ii) Physics with Electronics (v) Chemistry
(iii) Environmental Biology

B .General Requirements

The general entry requirements for all Higher National Diploma (HND) Programmes are as follows:

Candidates are required to satisfy SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB entry requirements for the corresponding National Diploma programme.
Candidates are required to have completed a relevant National Diploma Programme not below LOWER CREDITclassification.
Candidates are required to have at least one year post- ND industrial work experience.
All candidates are expected to consult the Institution’s prospectus on the portal or in hard copy to ascertain their qualification for courses for which they are registering applying.

C. Important Notice

Candidates are advised to ensure that they personally and not by proxy fill in correct information. The Polytechnic would not be liable for any erroneous information contained in the completed form.
Each applicant is advised to provide correct and functional e-mail address and telephone number(s) when completing the application form.
For details on entry requirements peculiar to each of the programmes above, visit the LASPOTECH website www.mylaspotech.edu.ng

Procedure for Online Applications

Applicants are to:
I. Log on to LASPOTECH's website at http://www.mylaspotech.edu.ng
ii. Click on the "2018/2019 Admission Applications" link on the Navigator plane.
iii. Select the programme i.e.Full –time HND”..
iv. Click on “Continue”.
v. Fill the profile form and choose a suitable username as your username and password of your choice (your password should contain alphabet, numbers and/or symbols) not less than 7 in characters, supply a valid and working email address and GSM number;
vi. Then, Click on “Continue”
vii. Login with your username and password;
viii. Click on “Pay” (you will make use of a Web enabled ATM card, Master or Verve card for your payment).
ix. Candidates are expected to make payment of the sum of N7, 500) only (Seven Thousand five hundred naira only), exclusive of Bank charges.
x. Complete your application as appropriate
xi. Fill the application form provided. Ensure that you provide accurate data at all times. In addition to your personal information, you will be required to provide your WAEC/GCE/NECO result as well as previous educational history.
xii. Ensure you print out your Application form, fee payment receipt and keep them safely.
xiii. You will be required to upload a colour passport photograph of NOT MORE THAN 20kb in size.

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UAT Professor Reportedly Found Lifeless In His Office

Prof. Prince Efere, the Dean, School of Foundation Studies, University of Africa (UAT), Toru-Orua, was allegedly found dead in his office. Reports have it that Prof. Prince was found resting his head on his office desk when his colleague went to find out why he was absent for a scheduled meeting.

According to News, Prof. Efere who held two doctorate degrees in Health Services Management and Education from two Central American Universities was appointed Acting Rector of Bayelsa State Institute of Tourism Catering and Hotel Management by the former state Governor Seriake Dickson, following the formal passage and signing into law of the bill establishing the school in 2013.

In 2017, Prof. Efere, was made Dean of the newly established University of Africa (UAT.)

The cause of his death is still unknown. May his soul rest in peace.

FUOYE Academic Calendar, 2017/2018 (Updated)

This is to inform all students of Federal University Oye-ekiti (FUOYE) that the Academic Calendar for 2017/2018 academic session has been published.
The details of the Academic Calendar are outlined below;
First Semester
DATES

EVENTS

Friday 8th December, 2017

Resumption & Registration For Fresh & Returning Students

Monday 18th December, 2017

Orientation Programme for fresh Students begins

Wednesday 20th December, 2017

Orientation Programme for fresh Students Ends

Friday 22nd December, 2017

Christmas Break

Friday 5th January, 2018

Resumption from Christmas and New Year break

Monday 8th January, 2018

Lectures begin for Fresh Students

Monday 8th January, 2018

Registration for Returning Students begins Resumption/Registration for Students from SIWEP

Friday 12th January, 2018

Registration for Returning Students Ends

Monday 15th January, 2018

Lectures begins for All Returning Students

Monday 15th January, 2018

Late Registration for Students Returning from SIWEP begins

Friday 19th January, 2018

Late Registration for Students Returning from SIWEP ends

Friday 19th January, 2018

Registration for Fresh Students Ends/Late Registration Ends for all Students

Friday, 2nd February 2018

Matriculation Ceremony

Friday 27th April, 2018

Lectures ends for All Students

Monday 30th – Friday 4th May, 2018

Revision Week for All Students

Monday 7th May, 2018

First Semester Examination begins for All Students

Friday, 8th, June, 2018

First Semester Examination Ends for All Students

 End of First Semester 2017/2018 Academic Session.

Friday 8th June - Monday 25th June, 2018

First Semester Break

SUMMARY OF FIRST SEMESTER 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION

Registration of fresh & returning students/

Orientation of fresh Students                  5 Weeks(Including Christmas and New Year break

Lectures                                                15 Weeks

Revision                                                  1 Week

Examinations                                          4 Weeks

Total                                                 25 Weeks



 Second Semester


DATES

EVENTS

Monday, 25th June, 2018

SECOND SEMESTER 2017/2018/ Lectures begins

Friday, 5th October, 2018

Lectures Ends

Monday, 8th – 12th Oct., 2018

Revision Week

Monday, 15th October, 2018

Second Semester Examinations Begins

Friday, 2nd November, 2018

Second Semester Examinations ends

Friday, 14th December, 2018

End of 2017/2018 Academic Session

SUMMARY OF SECOND SEMESTER 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION

Lectures                                                     15 Weeks

Revision                                                       1 Week

Examination                                                3 Weeks

Total                                                         19 Weeks