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Wednesday, 20 June 2018

UCH, Ibadan Perioperative Nursing Course Admission Form 2018/2019

University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, Oyo State, is now selling forms for admission into its Post-Basic Perioperative Nursing Course for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Applications are invited from qualified candidates for admission into the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, 1-year course in Perioperative Nursing beginning from November 2018 leading to licensing by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria as Registered Perioperative Nurse (RPON).

The course is designed to equip Registered Nurses (RN) with the theoretical underpinnings and skills required for providing safe, effective and acceptable Perioperative care to the nursing clients.

Admission Requirements:

Applicants must:

Be Registered Nurses (RN) with current practice license of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
Have at least five (5) credit passes at not more than two (2) sittings in English languages, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry from WAEC or NECO O’level examinations.
Have at least one (1) year past qualification experience in an acute care setting preferably in a surgical unit.
Have approval for one (1) full year of release from employers or other training Schools.
The course is offered as both residential and full time. The school reserves the right to rusticate any student found to be involved in another course or employment during training without refund of fees paid.

How to Obtain UCH Perioperative Nursing Form.
Forms are obtainable with effect from 18th June, 2018 from the Perioperative Nursing School, University College Hospital, Ibadan upon presentation of the fallowing:

i. Receipt in respect of payment of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000,00) only to the University College Hospital Perioperative Nursing School Treasury Single Account (TSA) in any commercial Bank.

ii. Teller of Two Hundred Naira (N200,00) only with payment made into Oyo State Nursing & Midwifery Council Committee Account First Bank Plc. 2019704292.

CLOSING DATE FOR PURCHASE AND SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED FORMS: TUESDAY 17TH JULY, 2018

Please Note:  Failure to submit application forms on or before Tuesday 17th July, 2018 disqualifies the candidate from sitting for the entrance examination.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION DATE: 

Saturday 21st July, 2018 
TIME: 7:30a.m. 
VENUE: School of Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan

Delta State School Of Marine Technology Preliminary Basic Studies Admission 2018/2019

The Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu, is an institution with multi-campuses at Gbaregolor and Kwale. The institution which is accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), invites applications from suitably QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION INTO THE UNDERLISTED Preliminary Basic Studies (The preliminary programme for (1 year) will enable applicants gain direct entry into ND programme after undergoing the Basic Studies in the course of choice of the applicants), for the 2018/2019 Academic Session.

Preliminary Basic Studies (1 Year) Programme

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


  • Marine Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Oil and Gas Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Boat and Ship Building Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Electrical /Electronics Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Civil Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Computer Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )


DEPARTMENT OF NAUTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Nautical Science and Seamanship ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Computer Science ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Fisheries and Fisheries Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Oceanography ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Industrial Safety Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Science Laboratory Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Survey and Geo-informatics ( Available only in Burutu campus )


DEPARTMENT OF MARITIME TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS STUDIES

  • Accounting ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Public Administration ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Business Administration ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Marketing ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Maritime Transport ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Estate Management ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Urban and Regional Planning ( Available only in Burutu campus )
  • Entry Requirements for the Preliminary Basic Studies (1 Year)
  • SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/NBC ordinary level or its equivalent with credits in four (4) subjects relevant to the course, obtained at not more than two (2) sittings;
  • SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/NBC ordinary level or its equivalent with credits in three (3) subjects relevant to the course, obtained at not more than two (2) sittings;
  • SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/NBC ordinary level or its equivalent with credits in two (2) subjects relevant to the course, obtained at not more than two (2) sittings;
  • Awaiting result in SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/NBC ordinary level or its equivalent will also be accepted for admission into our Preliminary Basic Studies/Programme.

Method Application
Application forms can be obtained manually on the presentation of (# 8,000) for Preliminary Basic Studies, from any Eco Bank Branch Nationwide payable to Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu, Account No. 1392015732.
Forms can be obtained from any of the following centres

1. Warri ; DESOMATECH liason Office, Government Jetty, behind Ecobank main market.

2. Burutu; Admissions Office, Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu.
For Further information, please call any of the following hotlines; 08026677966, 08171366002, 08154722500, 09073307595, 08027725520, 08039387740,

Signed:
Ejiroghene Udjo
REGISTRAR AND SECRETARY TO ACADEMIC BOARD

UNICAL SUG Director Of Socials Hints Social Events As 2nd semester Resume...


The Director Of Socials (SUG) University Of Calabar, Calabar... *Wisdom Benson a.k.a MC Salenza*, has officially  penned down his welcome message to all students of the University for the Second Semester of the 2017/2018 session, which started on Friday, 15th June 2018.

His message reads thus;

             *Office Of The Director Of Socials
      (Wisdom Benson a.k.a Salenza)
                 SUG - UCC*

Greatest Malabites and Malabresses...!

I want to use this opportunity to Welcome back all MALABITES and MALABRESSES to the start of a new semester! I hope everyone had a good break over the holidays and returns rested, refreshed and ready to engage anew.

The second semester promises to be a productive and exciting one as we strive to make further headway in actualizing our vision in the  University Of Calabar...

Still basking in the euphoria of Last semester, we saw us have the MARK ANGEL crew in UNICAL with the *MARK ANGEL COMEDY CAMPUS TOUR* #MACCT2018,,  We Will commence this semester with a *BACK To SCHOOl PARTY* which is scheduled for July 2018....
The Date of the event will be announced soon...

I will also want you to know that Events are coming up this semester #BackToBack... Which shall feature visits by Our Top Nigerian Celebrities and lots more, not forgetting that CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION is our order of the day...!

It will be a fun filled semester... So I will advice Malabites and Malabresses to endeavor to resume early, in order to prepare, plan and enjoy early,  as the semester is short. 🙂

I wish you all a productive and fulfilled semester and Mercies even as we Journey back to school... SEE YOU ALL SOON! 😎

------------------------------------
 *#NaWeWe2018
#TeamFunBase
#Socialty with an essence..*

Follow the SUG DOS on IG: @mcsalenza

Missing OOU Student And Girlfriend's Decomposed Bodies Found

A female student of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State was declared missing after going out on a date with her boyfried earlier this month. Click here to get the details.

The love birds embarked on a date in the month of May and went missing. After a search, it was gathered that the boy friend's car was found with it's doors opened, only his girlfriend's slippers was found inside the car.
It's unfortunate t
hat the boyfriend, Adebisi Oriade aka Oh Dollar, a 300l Computer Science student and his girlfriend Juliana, a Diploma student has been reported dead. The decomposed bodies were allegedly found inside a bush at Oru, Ijebu, Ogun State.

Fed Poly Ado Ekiti 2nd Semester Academic Calendar, 2017/2018

The management of Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti has published the Approved Academic Calendar For Full-Time Students in HND II, HND (Morning & Evening), ND II (Non-SIWS) & ND I For The Second Semester 2017/2018 Academic Session.

2nd Semester Academic Calendar for Regular Students (HND/ND) 2017/2018

S/N DATE WEEK ACTIVITIES/EVENTS
1 Monday, 25th June – Friday, 6th July 2018 1 & 2 Commencement of Second Semester Registration & & Lectures
2 Monday, 9th – Friday, 20th July, 2018 3 & 4 Late Registration with Penalty
3. Monday, 23rd – Friday, 27th July, 2018 5 First Continuous Assessment
4. Monday, 27th – Friday, 31st August, 2018 10 Second Continuous Assessment
5. Monday, 17th – Friday, 21st Sept, 2018 13 Students’ Week
6. Monday, 24th – Friday, 28th Sept, 2018 14 Revision
7. Tuesday, 2nd – Tuesday, 16thOctober, 2018 15 &16 Second Semester Examination
8. Monday, 29thOctober, 2018 18 SIWES Begins
9. Monday, 5th – Friday, 16th November, 2018 19 ND II (Non-SIWES)/HND II Project Defence



ND II (SOE, SES, SSCS & OTM) 2nd Semester 2017/2018
1. Monday 6th – Friday, 17thAugust, 2018 1 & 2 Commencement of Second Semester Registration & Lectures
2. Monday, 20th – Friday, 31stAugust, 2018 3 & 4 Late Registration with Penalty
3. Monday, 3rd – Friday, 7thSept, 2018 5 First Continuous Assessment
4. Monday, 17th – Friday, 21stSept, 2018 7 Students’ Week
5. Monday, 8th – Friday, 12thOctober, 2018 10 Second Continuous Assessment
6. Monday, 22nd – Friday, 26th October, 2018 12 Revision
7. Monday, 29th October – Saturday, 11th November, 2018 13 Second Semester Examination
(SIWES)
8. Monday, 3rd – Friday, 7thDecember, 2018 18 ND II Project defence
9. Saturday, 8th December, 2018 2017/2018 Academic Session Ends

2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
*** December, 10th 2018 HND II, HND I (Morning & Evening) & ND II (Non-SIWES) & ND I Resume

Student Who Dressed Like His Role Model to Exam Hall Chased Out

A 200l  student of the department of Mass Communication, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State, was sent out of the examination hall for deciding to dress like his role model, a popular Ghanian Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

The Ghanaian investigative journalist is known for putting on a mask as an undercover journalist. So the student showed up for his exams dressed in a mask.
His fellow student were amazed to see his appearance, but it was just for a short while. The shackles fell of his eyes when an invigilator walked him out of the hall.  He initially refused to go out but was later dragged out by his fellow student who was upset that the exam was being delayed by his actions.
However we can't tell if the student was later allowed to sit for his exams or if he finally removed the mask.

Over 70% LASU Budget Spent On Diesel – VC

The Lagos State University (LASU) says it spent more than 70 per cent of its annual budget on purchase of diesel due to erratic power supply to the institution.

Olanrewaju Fagbohun, the Vice-Chancellor of the university made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Lagos.

Mr Fagbohun said that poor power supply was not peculiar to the university but all sectors of the country.
He expressed concern at the rate the university was spending the chunk of its budget on diesel.

“If we have spent over 70 per cent of the annual budget on diesel alone within six months of the year, I wonder how we would manage the university with the remaining 30 per cent for the remaining months,” he said.

The vice-chancellor, however, noted that the university was already thinking outside the box by looking for an alternative power supply as a means for regular electricity.
“Our Faculty of Science, Physics department in particular is already looking at the possibility of building a solar energy to be able to bail the university out.
“We are thinking out of the box and that we will launch soon,” he said.
(NAN)

UNN Lecturer Awards Scholarship To Two Indigent Students In Enugu


Worried by the rising poverty level in the country, a university don, Prof. Felix Chukwuneke, has called on the Federal Government to introduce a comprehensive scholarship scheme for pupils from primary to the secondary school level. He said apart from free tuition, the scholarship should cover medicare, clothing, transport and feeding.

Speaking after presenting cheques worth N1.2 million to two indigent students at the community secondary school, Olo, Ezeagu Local Government Area of Enugu State, who are beneficiaries of his scholarship, Chukwuneke said his call had become imperative because according to him “many parents are too poor to train their children in school”.

The lucky students are Master Okorie Kosisochukwu and Miss Blessing Anigbo. They emerged first and second positions in an examination organised to select the most brilliant indigent students in the college.
Chukwuneke, of the department of Dentistry, College of Medicine, University of Nigeria, Ituku-Ozalla, Enugu State, said he decided to award scholarship to the two students to guarantee their future and promised to extend the gesture to more students in future.

The dental surgeon noted that he couldn’t stop assisting the community, having been recently presented with a chieftaincy title of Ebekue-Dike of Amandim Ezeugana, Olo, by the traditional ruler, Igwe Harford Agana.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

UNILORIN JUPEB Admission Form 2018/2019 [Get Admitted into 200 Level]

University of Ilorin, UNILORIN Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is out. UNILORIN JUPEB form is now available and obtainable online. Gain admission into University courses at the 200 level in Nigerian and partnering Foreign Universities.
The University of Ilorin Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board wishes to inform the public, that the Unilorin JUPEB admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is out.

UNILORIN JUPEB: Introduction.
For those who do not know about the JUPEB programme, it stands for “Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB)”, and it is a national examination body which is approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The Board has the responsibility of conducting common and standard examinations for the candidates, who have been exposed to a minimum of one-year approved learning in the Universities and are seeking Direct Entry admissions into University courses at the 200 level in Nigerian and partnering Foreign Universities.


UNILORIN JUPEB Admission Eligibility and Subject Combination.
Applicants must possess credits in at least five (5) relevant O’Level subjects (which must include English Language, Mathematics and any other three O’Level subjects) in WASC/SSCE, NECO, NABTEB and its equivalents, in not more than two sittings. Candidates awaiting results can also apply for the Unilorin JUPEB Programme.

Applicants are to register for a combination of 3 subjects out of 16 subjects according to their proposed course of study in the University.

S/No SUBJECT COMBINATION
1. Biology, Chemistry, Physics
2. Agricultural Sciences, Chemistry, Physics
3. Economics, Government, Literature in English
4. Government, Literature in English, Islamic Religious Studies
5. Business Management, Economics, Government
6. Literature in English, Economics, Yoruba
7. Literature in English , Economics, Music
8. Literature in English, Economics, History
9. Economics, Geography, Literature-in-English
10. Economics, Geography, Mathematics
11. Government, Mathematics, Physics
12. Government, Literature-in-English, Christian Religious Studies
13. Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics
14. Mathematics, Physics, Geography
15. Chemistry, Physics, Economics
16. Literature-in-English, Economics, Christian Religious Studies
17. Accounting, Economics, Geography
18. Accounting, Economics, Government
19. Christian Religious Studies, Government, Economics
20. Islamic Religious Studies, Government, Economics
21. Economics, Government, Mathematics
22. Business Studies, Economics, Geography
23. French, Government, Literature-in-English
Follow the application steps below to get started.

How to Obtain UNILORIN JUPEB Form.
1. Visit the University of Ilorin website ( unilorin.edu.ng ) to access the JUPEB portal
2. Note: you are expected to have a valid e-mail address and phone number
3. Sign up : Fill the “sign up registration form”
4. Account Confirmation: confirm your account via the email sent to your inbox.
5. Login to your account
6. Online application Payment : Pay a sum of N25, 000 for your application/registration.
7. Complete the Bio-Data form
The deadline for registration is 31st August, 2018 .
Candidates should check the website from time to time for the actual date of the entrance examination and other relevant information.

UNILORIN Rain (2nd) Semester Continuous Assessment Timetable for Returning Students 2017/2018

University of Ilorin, UNILORIN Continuous Assessment timetable for returning students (500-200 Level) for the Rain [2nd] Semester, 2017/2018 academic session is out.

The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) Continuous Assessment timetable for returning students for the rain (second) semester, 2017/2018 academic session is out.

UNILORIN Rain Semester Continuous Assessment Timetable.

All issues of clashes, omissions, etc. should reach the CBT Centre on or before 20th June 2018 , after which the final time table will be released.

Students are to note that the examinations for each course will hold as scheduled.
Lateness especially after the scheduled period WILL NOT be countenanced.
No bags, wallets, biros, phones, bangles, neck-chains and wristwatches of any type are allowed at the CBT centred.

Pencil (wooden type) may be allowed.
All Regulations Governing Examinations are spelt out in the Academic Regulations Hand Book must adhered to.

Vacancy! Facility Managers Needed At UNILORIN Hostels - How To Apply

Suitable and qualified applicants/investors are hereby invited to manage the University-owned students’ hostels situated on the Main Campus of the University.

The University of Ilorin is a second generation University with a current student population of over 50,000. The long-term plan is to make the University fully residential with the support of private investors who are encouraged to Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) within an agreed period. This idea is fast yielding positive results, as a number of these investors already have their presence on campus with structures accommodating over 6,000 students. The University owned hostels are 5 in number and are run on a village system (from Village I to Village V) with a little close to 4,000 bed space capacity.

Details
Village I (Male hostel):Made up of five (5) compounds (A – E) with capacity to accommodate 880 students – including launderettes and kitchenettes.

Village II (Female – Lagos hostel): Made up of five (5) compounds (A – E) with capacity to accommodate 880 students including – launderettes and kitchenettes.

Village III (Abuja and Kwara): Made up of 4 blocks (Abuja A, B and C) and Kwara D) with capacity to accommodate 348 and 86 students respectively.

Village IV (Zamfara hostel): Made up of 7 blocks (A – G) with capacity to accommodate 720 students.

2. Village V (Trunil):Made up of 5 blocks with self-contained rooms (A – E) with capacity to accommodate 240 students.

The hostels have over the last ten (10) years been managed by a private investor whose tenure will come to an end by July 2018. Hence, the University is offering a new window of opportunity for same or other investors to partner in operating and managing the hostels.. 

Services that would be required include but not limited to:
i) Provision of state-of-the-art facilities such as bedding, wash basins, etc.;

ii) Provision of alterative standby power supply;

iii) Provision of adequate water supply (storage facilities inclusive);

iv) Equipping and making the common room(s) or relaxation centres in the hostels decent and comfortable;

v) Provision of clean, decent and habitable hostels’ environment; and

vi) Engagement of Porters and Security personnel that are well trained and cultured for work in a University environment, particularly in handling students’ related matters.

Investors will be required to visit the Student Affairs Unit and by extension visit the hostels for assessment or inventory-taking before making submission. This is to ensure that investors have a holistic overview of the services required by the University.

Other details are as will be contained in the Mou to be signed after engagement
Application closes by 20th July 2018
Signed
Dr. (Mrs.) F.M. Olowoleni
Registrar

See Man Arrested For Giving Out Fake Degree Certificates To Students In Port Harcourt

The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Port Harcourt Zonal Office, have arrested a fake school operator allegedly awarding the National Certificate of Education, NCE and Bachelor of Education degree without authorization and accreditation.

The suspect, John Ogbonnaya, was arrested in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

He allegedly registered Havana International School of Arts and Science in 2017 with two other suspects: Monday Nwapi and Mrs Justina Okafor.
They are holding lectures in two centres in Port Harcourt: Brilliant International Schools, Nsukka Street, Diobu and Paragon City Light College, Agip area.
Since the inception of the main school, scores of unsuspecting students have been defrauded and made to pay for application forms , school fees and project fees.

The students were made to believe that Havana International School of Arts & Science was affiliated to four different institutions: Abia State College of Education( Technical); Ebenezer College of Education, Edda, Ebonyi State, Enugu State College of Education and University Of Calabar, Cross River State.

Investigations by the Commission showed that Havana International School of Arts and Science had no valid affiliation with any of the four institutions.

The National Commission for Colleges of Education, NCCE, had in 2008 barred all Colleges of Education in Nigeria from operating satellite campuses or study centres. Havana School of Arts and Science allegedly flouted the directive and was operating illegally.

The suspect would soon be charged to court.

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YABATECH Matriculates 14,912 Students for 2017/2018 Session

The Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), Lagos State, on Thursday matriculated a total of 14,912 students comprising National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) students admitted in the 2017/2018 academic session.

According to the Rector, Mr Obafemi Omokungbe, the figure equally comnprised full-time and part-time students.

He said 23.704 candidates applied for admission into the college’s ND (Full Time) but only 3,666 were offered admission.
The rector also said 3,871 candidates were given admission into the college’s HND (Full-Time) programme, adding that Yabatech offerred admission to a total of 7,375 candidates for both ND/HND (Part-Time) programmes.

He advised the students to shun all forms of anti social behaviour and activities such as cultism, drug abuse, examination malpractice, sexual misbehaviour and other unruly behaviour.

He said that students who would violate the rules of the college would be penalised as stipulated by the law.

He also reminded them that the institution has zero tolerance for examination malpractice and indecent dressing.

AAUA Hostel Invaded By SARS, Students Beaten and Left with Various Injuries

The incident which was said to have happened at about 4:am when the students were ending a party they organised left many of the students with various degrees of injuries

One of the students, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told newsmenour that the policemen invaded the hostel in a commando-like manner without any respect for the privacy of the students.
He said the policemen told them that they were searching for cult members in the hostel.
It was gathered that the policemen broke the doors, burglaries and ceilings of the hostel to gain entrance since the students initially did not want to open the door to the hostel as they thought they were armed robbers.
The policemen were aslo said to have collected bribe from some students while does who cpould not give them any were taken away
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer of the command, Mr. Femi Joseph, who confirmed the incident, said the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Gbenga Adeyanju, had ordered the investigation of the matter.
Joseph stated, “Three students that were arrested had been released and the CP has ordered full investigation. After the investigation, if the policemen are found culpable, they will definitely pay for it, we don’t allow indiscipline in this command. I also want to use this medium to call on any student who was brutalised to come to my office with evidence and I promise we won’t spare any officer found culpable.”

JAMB Report Reveals States Leading In Law Admissions


Admissions into law in Nigerian universities between 2011 and 2015 were led by Imo, Anambra and Delta states, according to JAMB figures.

The three states were the most consistent of all top performers for the five years.

They also dominated medicine and were amongst leading performers in engineering admissions — the three courses being amongst the most competitive in Nigerian universities.

Earlier analyses by PREMIUM TIMES, using data from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, showed that medicine and engineering were dominated by mostly South-east, South-west and South-south states. North-central states of Kwara and Kogi also made a good showing.

But for law, there is a new member of the pack: Benue state, which delivered a positive but brief performance in 2011 by coming fourth behind Imo, Anambra and Delta.

That year, the four states were followed by Ogun, Rivers, Abia, Edo, Osun and Enugu.

Ogun appeared thrice in the top cadre in the five years, coming fourth in 2011, third in 2014 and second position in 2015.

Benue made it to the top three in 2011 before it dropped below the top 10, while Rivers made it to the top four in 2012, top three in 2013 before it dropped to eighth position in 2011 and 2014. It made the top seven in 2015.

The data are for students admitted through test-based examinations conducted by JAMB. JAMB’s admission process is guided by merit, university catchment area and gives advantage to educationally-less developed states.

For law, while Imo had 739 students admitted into various universities in 2011, Anambra followed with 679 and Enugu was third with 593. Benue came fourth with 558 and Ogun was fifth with 488 students.



In 2012, some of the states again made the top five. Imo emerged first with 551 students, Delta followed with 476 and Anambra came third with 469, Rivers came fourth with 447.

That year, Abia placed fifth with 355 students admitted into Law.

In 2013, positions changed significantly, with Delta taking the first position with 683 students.

Imo dropped to second with 630, while Rivers came third with 569. Anambra was fourth with 490 and Edo , with 463, took fifth.

Anambra jumped to first position 2014 with 452, Delta dropped to second position with 430, Ogun jumped to third position with 418. Osun was fourth with 381 and Edo took fifth with 373.

In 2015, Delta again took the first position with 456 students.

Ogun dropped to second with 419 while Imo dropped to third position with 415. Enugu was fourth with 363 and Osun took fifth.

For the first time in five years, Anambra slumped to sixth position.

Generally, the number of admitted law candidates fell compared to engineering and medicine.
Hassan Soweto, who coordinates a civil rights group, Education Rights Campaign, suggested one reason why admission into law faculties in Nigerian Universities has been falling is cost.

According to him, in most federal and state universities, students studying law are asked to pay tuition fees larger than what is charged for arts and social sciences.



Mr Soweto said law education is gradually being “commodified and commercialised”.

“When the cost of law school is also taken into consideration, law education is rapidly becoming the preserve of the few rich. This ugly phenomenon will continue to be the case until public education is properly funded such that regardless of whatever course students apply for, access is opened to anyone whether they come from poor or affluent backgrounds,” he said.

The states with the least number of students admitted into law were FCT, Yobe, Zamfara and Jigawa.

FCT had the smallest number for four years with only 29 students admitted into Law in 2011.

It had 14 students in 2012, 27 students in 2013, 20 students in 2014 and 19 students in 2015.

In 2011, Yobe had 25 students, followed by Zamfara with 39 students. Katsina had 50 while Gombe had 51 students.

In 2014, Zamfara had 19 students, Sokoto had 32 students, Jigawa had 39, and Katsina had 41.

In 2015, Zamfara had 28 students, Jigawa had 33 students, Kebbi had 45 and Bayelsa had 47 students.

Ola Adeosun, a lawyer, said it is essential for the federal government and civil societies to sensitise people from the northern states on the need for quality education.

“You will recall that there was a time that people from the South Eastern part of the country did not go to school, they believed so much in learning a trade under a principal and getting settled but the advent of Nnamdi Azikwe’s Eastern region education revolution changed the story.

“Although it was not successful at first, but they were able to sensitise the young minds on the importance of education,” Mr Adeosun said.

He blamed the political leadership in the north.



“The thinking of the elite is that there won’t be competition between their children and the children of the poor. Unfortunately, there has been a setback in the education sector especially with the incessant kidnapping of girls from that part of the country,” he said.


DESOMATECH HND Admission Form 2018/2019 [Part-Time, Full-Time]

Delta State School of Marine Technology, DESOMATECH HND admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is now on sale. DESOMATECH HND form on full-time and part-time are available and obtainable both online and offline.

The Delta State School of Marine Technology (DESOMATECH), Burutu, hereby announces to the general public, especially its prospective students, that it has commenced the sale of forms for the following Higher National Diploma (HND) regular and part-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session:

DESOMATECH HND Courses and Admission Requirements.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Marine Engineering Technology
(Available only in Burutu campus )
Boat and Ship Building Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
Computer Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Civil Engineering Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Mechanical Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Oil and Gas Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)

DEPARTMENT OF NAUTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Nautical Science and Seamanship ( Available only in Burutu campus )
Computer Science (Available in all the campuses)
Fisheries and Fisheries Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Oceanography (Available in all the campuses)
Industrial Safety Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Science Laboratory Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Survey and Geo-informatics (Available in all the campuses)

DEPARTMENT OF MARITIME TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS STUDIES
Maritime Transport (Available in all the campuses)
Accounting (Available in all the campuses)
Business Administration (Available in all the campuses)
Marketing (Available in all the campuses)
Public Administration (Available in all the campuses)
Estate Management (Available in all the campuses)
Urban and Regional Planning (Available in all the campuses)
Entry requirements for the Higher National Diploma (HND)
Satisfy all the requirements for admission into the ND programmes as stated above.
Possess a National Diploma in relevant course(s) from Delta State School of Marine Technology or from a recognized institution with a CGPA of not less than 2.50 (Lower Credit).
A letter of completion of compulsory industrial training from organizations/firms or evidence of one year work experience
In exceptional cases, National Diploma with a Pass (2.00-2.49) in the ND may be accepted. Such candidates would undergo a one year Pre-HND programmes to improve themselves.

All candidates for the Higher National Diploma programmes should request the School they attended in respect of National Diploma to forward their transcripts to DESOMATECH under confidential cover.

Note: Aptitude test is not necessary for applicants intending to undertake the Higher National Diploma (HND) Programmes.

How to Buy Delta State School of Marine Technology HND Form.

(a) Manual Application
Application forms can be obtained manually upon the presentation of a
HND: N12, 000;
Part-Time: N15, 000;
Weekend: N15, 000 teller from any Eco Bank Branch Nationwide payable to Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu,
Account No. 1392015732.

Manual application forms can be obtained from any of the following centres:

1. Warri; DESOMATECH Liaison Office, Government Jetty, behind Ecobank Main Market
2. Burutu; Admissions Office, Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu
3. Asaba; Directorate of Transport, New Secretariat 1st Floor, Asaba
4. Bomadi; Post Primary Education Board, Zonal Office, Bomadi, along Bomadi-Gbaregolor Road, Bomadi
5. Kwale; Delta State School of Marine Technology, Kwale Campus by Utagba-Ogbe Technical College, Kwale
6. Gbaregolor; Delta State School of Marine Technology, Gbaregolor Campus

Note: Candidates should indicate the campus they intend to undertake their studies on the admission application form. Also, candidates are advised to check the courses available in each of the campuses before indicating their choice of campuses. Candidates should attach one (1) passport photograph and relevant credentials.

CAMPUSES:
Burutu Campus
Kwale Campus
Gbaregolor campus

(b) On-Line Application
Applicants should follow the instructions outlined below:
(i) Log on to www.deltastatesomatech.edu.ng and then click on Application Form.

(ii) Click the payment button to pay a non-refundable application fee of
HND: N12, 000;
Part-Time: N15, 000;
Weekend: N15, 000 payable to Zenith Bank.
Online payment is made to Zenith Bank Nationwide on Pay-Direct Platform
(iii) Online form can also be obtained with Master card, Verve or Debit card.
(iv) Print two (2) copies of the online acknowledgement form to conclude the registration.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 17th August, 2018.
Candidates should present their printed copy of acknowledge slip to their respective test centres.

For Further information, please call any of the following hotlines; 08026677966, 08154722500, 09073307595, 08039387740

DESOMATECH ND Part-Time and Full-Time Admission Form 2018/2019

Delta State School of Marine Technology (DESOMATECH), Burutu, is now selling forms for admission into its ND (National Diploma) full-time and part-time programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. DESOMATECH ND form is obtainable online and offline.

The Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu, is an institution with multi-campuses at Gbaregolor and Kwale.

The institution which is fully accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), invites applications from suitably QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION INTO THE UNDERLISTED National Diploma (ND) Programmes, Weekend Programmes and Part-Time Studies for the 2018/2019 Academic Session.

DESOMATECH ND Courses and Requirements.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Marine Engineering Technology
(Available only in Burutu campus )
Boat and Ship Building Engineering Technology ( Available only in Burutu campus )
Computer Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Civil Engineering Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Mechanical Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Oil and Gas Engineering Technology
(Available in all the campuses)

DEPARTMENT OF NAUTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Nautical Science and Seamanship ( Available only in Burutu campus )
Computer Science (Available in all the campuses)
Fisheries and Fisheries Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Oceanography (Available in all the campuses)
Industrial Safety Technology (Available in all the campuses)
Science Laboratory Technology
(Available in all the campuses)
Survey and Geo-informatics (Available in all the campuses)

DEPARTMENT OF MARITIME TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS STUDIES
Maritime Transport (Available in all the campuses)
Accounting (Available in all the campuses)
Business Administration (Available in all the campuses)
Marketing (Available in all the campuses)
Public Administration (Available in all the campuses)
Estate Management (Available in all the campuses)
Urban and Regional Planning (Available in all the campuses)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND)
SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/NBC ordinary level or its equivalent with credits in five (5) subjects relevant to the course, obtained at not more than two (2) sittings;
For Department of Engineering Technology: Marine Engineering, Oil and Gas Engineering, Boat and Ship Building Engineering, Mechanical Engineering; credit passes in Mathematics; Physics; Chemistry; English Language and one of the following subjects: Technical Drawing, Biology; Agricultural Science; Economics; Additional Mathematics; Statistics; Auto-Mechanic and Metal Work at not more than two sittings.

For Department of Engineering Technology , Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Civil Engineering and Computer Engineering; credit passes in Mathematics; Physics; English Language and two subjects from the following: Chemistry; Technical Drawing; Biology; Agricultural Science; Economics; Additional Mathematics; Statistics; Auto-Mechanic and Metal Work at not more than two sittings.

For Department of Engineering Technology , the National Technical Certificate (NTC)/City and Guilds Certificates/WAEC Technical Certificate with credit passes in the trade modules, Chemistry; Mathematics; English Language; and Physics. Credit pass in any one of the following is an added advantage; Geography; Technical Drawing; Biology; Agricultural Science; Basic Electronic; Basic Electricity; Statistics and Entrepreneurship.

For Department of Nautical Science and Technology: Nautical Science and Seamanship, Science Laboratory Technology, Fisheries and Fisheries Technology, Oceanography, Computer Science; Credit passes in Mathematics; and four (4) subjects from the following: Chemistry; Physics; Biology/Agricultural Science; English Language; Geography; Economics; Basic Electronics; Technical Drawing and Statistics.

For Industrial Safety and Environmental Management Technology, Credit passes in Mathematics; Chemistry and Biology/Agricultural Science; plus any two subjects from the following: English Language; Technical Drawing; Geography; Economics and Statistics.

For Survey and Geo-informatics, credit passes in Mathematics and Physics and three subjects from the following: English Language; Technical Drawing; Geography; Basic Surveying; Statistics; Economics; and Biology/Agricultural Science.

For Department of Maritime Transport and Business Studies: for Maritime Transport; Accounting; Business Administration; Marketing and Public Administration; five (5) O’level credits including English Language; Mathematics and any other three (3) credits from Geography; Statistics; French; Economics; Commerce; Civic Education; Government; Accounting; Biology and Agricultural Science.

For Estate Management, Credit passes in Mathematics; English Language and three (3) subjects from the following: Physics; Chemistry; Geography; Statistics; Technical Drawing; Basic Surveying; Economics; Biology; Agricultural Science; Art; Woodwork and Metal Work.

For Urban and Regional Planning , five (5) Credits passes in not more than two (2) sittings in Mathematics, English Language and one of the following subjects: Geography; Economics; Statistics; Art; and two science subjects from Chemistry; Physics; Technical Drawing; Biology and Agricultural Science.

How to Purchase DESOMATECH ND Form.
(a) Manual Application
Application forms can be obtained manually upon the presentation of a
ND: N8, 000 ;
Part-Time: N15, 000;
Weekend: N15, 000 teller from any Eco Bank Branch Nationwide payable to Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu,
Account No. 1392015732.

Manual application forms can be obtained from any of the following centres:
1. Warri; DESOMATECH Liaison Office, Government Jetty, behind Ecobank Main Market

2. Burutu; Admissions Office, Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu

3. Asaba; Directorate of Transport, New Secretariat 1st Floor, Asaba

4. Bomadi; Post Primary Education Board, Zonal Office, Bomadi, along Bomadi-Gbaregolor Road, Bomadi

5. Kwale; Delta State School of Marine Technology, Kwale Campus by Utagba-Ogbe Technical College, Kwale

6. Gbaregolor; Delta State School of Marine Technology, Gbaregolor Campus
Note: Candidates should indicate the campus they intend to undertake their studies on the admission application form. Also, candidates are advised to check the courses available in each of the campuses before indicating their choice of campuses. Candidates should attach one (1) passport photograph and relevant credentials.

CAMPUSES:
Burutu Campus
Kwale Campus
Gbaregolor campus

(b) On-Line Application
Applicants should follow the instructions outlined below:
(i) Log on to www.deltastatesomatech.edu.ng and then click on Application Form.

(ii) Click the payment button to pay a non-refundable application fee of
ND: N8, 000 ;
Part-Time: N15, 000;
Weekend: N15, 000 payable to Zenith Bank.
Online payment is made to Zenith Bank Nationwide on Pay-Direct Platform
(iii) Online form can also be obtained with Master card, Verve or Debit card.

(iv) Print two (2) copies of the online acknowledgement form to conclude the registration.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 17th August, 2018.
APTITUDE TEST:
Aptitude test holds on Saturday, 25th August, 2018 at 10.00 am in any of the centers indicated in candidate’s application form.

Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu, Delta State.

College of Education, Warri, Delta State.
Delta State School of Marine Technology, Kwale Campus by Utagba-Ogbe Technical College, Kwale.

Delta State School of Marine Technology, Gbaregolor Campus
Candidates should present their printed copy of acknowledge slip to their respective test centres.

For Further information, please call any of the following hotlines; 08026677966, 08154722500, 09073307595, 08039387740

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.