Sunday, 27 May 2018

Ekiti State University Threatens To Surcharge Owners Of Unclaimed Certificates

Eksu has come again with unclaimed certificate, threatened to surcharge on or before 30th of next month(june).

Police Recruitment 2018: JAMB Says, Claims Of Arabic Examination Is Untrue

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has refuted the report that candidates for the Police recruitment 2018 exercise wrote an examination in Arabic.

Spokesperson of the exam body, Dr. Fabian, on Saturday said that JAMB examined the candidates in the English Language only, and that no one wrote examinations in any other subject or language.

Fabian explained that JAMB generally examines candidates in 23 subjects which are listed alphabetically in its computer-based module, and that Arabic is one of the four subjects in the alphabetical categorisations.

Dr. Fabian explained: “Alphabetically, Arts comes first, followed by Arabic, then Agric, and then English.

“The software is designed to push four subjects per candidate; so, those three other subjects were dummy subjects that weren’t meant to be answered because there’s practically no mark for them in this particular examination.

“The Police recruitment examination is only in English Language.

“The instructions were clearly written, but we envisaged that some candidates might still not read them, so the examiners read out the instructions.

“The candidates were to answer 60 questions within the 45 minutes they had for the examination. That being the case, how could anyone possibly write four papers in 45 minutes?”
Fabian noted that Nigerians were afraid that because JAMB registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, is a Muslim, he wanted to Islamise Nigeria, saying it was a ridiculous claim.

[UPDATED] OAU school Fees and Charges For 2017/2018 Session

Posting of the school fees and charges for Nigeria institution has commence.
OAU school Fees and charges – updated.

For the benefits of all prospective applicants that want to secure admission into their preferred university…I
will update you about fees and charges in your school of choice.

The tuition fees paid varies from one department to the other, all students does not pay Equal fees…. currently the institutions in Nigeria adopted two method of payment.

The complete payment: this is when a student is mandated to pay all tuition fees once and before the commencement of exam. Universities and polytechnics that use this method
includes : uniben,oau,unilorin, Abu,offa poly and kwara poly and many others….
The instalment payment: This is when a student is mandated to pay in the 60/40% ratio.

A student will pay 60% of the total fees before the commencement of first semester exam and 40% of the the remaining fee in 2nd semester. Some of the institutions that adopted this method includes : 

uniosun,abuad,covenant university, osun state
poly,Ibadan poly,fed poly ado,ansu and many others OAU school fees breakdown
FRESH STUDENTS.

Faculty/Programmes Charges Per Session

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU. ARTS

N43,700 Per Session

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC

N54,700 Per Session

MEDICINE/PHARMACY/HEALTH SCIENCES N57,700
Per Session

1. i) Faculty of Administration (Diploma in Local

Government Studies) Tuition – 63,300.00TISHIP
(Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Prog.)
– 1,600.00TOTAL N64,900.00

2. ii) Accommodation: – 
N3,090.00(Freshmen will be
provided accommodation on first come first served basis) And a Development Levy of Eighteen thousand naira
(N18, 000.00), which is paid once and for all by Fresh Students throughout the duration of their studentship in the University.

RETURNING UNDERGRADUATES.

FACULTY/PROGRAMMES CHARGES PER SESSION

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS
N19,700 Per Session

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS
(Extra
Semester Rain/Harmattan) N19,700

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC
N27,700 Per Session

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC.

SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC (Extra Semester Rain/
Harmattan) N27,700

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL SCIENCE,

DENTISTRY/PHARMACY N30,700 Per Session

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL SCIENCE,

DENTISTRY/PHARMACY
(Extra Semester Rain/Harmattan) N30,700

LATE REGISTRATION FOR COURSES N2,000.00 

ACCOMODATION (RETURNING STUDENT) N2,590.00

i. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies) Returning Students N55, 300.00
ii. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies) Extra Semester (Rain/Harmattan) N54, 050.00

Saturday, 26 May 2018

Here Are 17 Laws To Pass Post UTME Examination In Any Nigerian University

You have heard from those in power that
though shall prepare for post utme
examination this year. But you are still
wondering, how do I pass this post utme
aptitude test when I am not prepared for it yet? Verily I say unto you, if though shall go through these 17 laws to pass post utme examination then amazing success shall be yours.

Now, for those who followed my waec and Jamb guide , preparing fully for an
examination in two weeks is not magical . Only visitors who are reading this blog for the first time would be wondering, what does this guy have to bring to the table ? I am here to give you the ultimate guide you need to make post utme examination.
Quote: It is what you have in your head that takes you ahead; you don’t always need a big head to move ahead. Take
a glass of chilled water and follow me as I prepare you for dramatic success in post utme.

17 Laws To Pass 2018 POST UTME
Examination Once

1. Thou Shall Have Hunger:
Like I always say, it is your hunger that
determines your hangout. Before anything happens to you, it first happens in you. Be motivated to pass your post utme examination. If you don’t continually prepare yourself and mind to pass this exam, there is nothing someone else can do to prepare you.
Don’t take what comes, go for what you want.
Desire a post utme score and work towards making it a reality. Alway’s tell yourself, “I
must pass this post utme examination once and for all”. Now, that you have made this confession to pass post utme examination, always thinkvabout post utme exam, make plans towards your post utme exam date and finally, spend quality time to study for your post utme. You will be home and dry with the three steps
above.

2 . Forget About Your Jamb Score:
In my last article, I explained the fact that the re-introduction of post utme is a good news to candidates with low Jamb score.
However, you need to develop a positive
attitude toward your post utme irrespective of your Jamb score. Always strive to pass post utme examination irrespective of what you think you scored in Jamb.
Post utme is a very important factor that
determines who gains admission. Even if you scored low in Jamb, you still have a golden opportunity to study your desired course in the University.
A very high post utme score can help boost your Jamb result. I explained how it works here . One of the greatest mistakes candidates make in post utme is thinking that their high Jamb score is enough. Don’t be deceived….. no
matter how high your Jamb score may be, a low post utme score will disgrace it. Be warned!

3. Revive Your Reading Appetite:
It is normal for you to lose reading appetite after reading to pass Jamb plus the circumstances that follow Jamb utme. But since there is no excuse for failure, then you need to stop anything that has the potential to stop your success. You can always revive your dying appetite for reading. Read to pass post utme examination….

4. Say No To Procrastination:
Later things…. Things is the language of
procrastinators. They always think there is time. My dear, do whatever you need to do now. Time is an asset and not a handset.
The later you always say doesn’t come as
expected. Learn to live your life with the
sense of urgency. Have the mentality, “I am behind schedule…”. Your post utme
examination is not far. Say no to
procrastination.

5. Read For Longer Hours:
Reading for less than five hours daily is okay for you as a secondary school student. But the demand on you get’s higher with time.
Effective reading is a function of time. You may not be fast enough to change time but you can be fast enough to maximise your
time. Increase the number of hours you read
daily. Now, you may be wondering about how to
study for long hours. It is very easy….. I have written a detailed article on how to study for long hours without losing concentration. Trust me, it’s going to be of great benefit to you.

6. Learn To Remember:
To pass post utme once and for all, you must learn to remember. It is not just enough to read. It is more important to remember what you have read.
The difference between someone who reads for shorter hours but pass very well and another who studies for long hours but don’t perform well is “ remembrance” .
Study to remember and not to forget. If you can remember all you have read, then success will smile on you. Do whatever will make you pass post utme examination genuinely.

7. Learn The Jarking Styles That Pay:
I know that you want to gain admission into the University. I wish you what you wish yourself. But one thing should always be in your mind, “to survive in the University, you must jark”. Reading is good but jarking pays. And in the world of Jarking, there are different styles to adopt so as to be successful when the post utme results are released. Trust me, I have written a full guide on how to jark for your own good.

8. Practice With Past Questions:
Do you know that past questions are the
picture of your future questions? Now you know. Learn to practice past questions.
How do I get post utme past questions for my University of choice? It is very easy. Post utme past questions are solve in bookshops around Universities and various lecture houses.

9. Test Yourself:
It is not enough to keep reading. Try to always test yourself to know your level of
preparedness. There are many ways you can test yourself; they included practising past questions
without looking at the answers and setting custom exams for yourself. You can as well test yourself using solutionclass quiz session .

10. You Need More Speed:
The greatest demand right now in post utme is time. If you are not fast enough, then you won’t finish enough. You need to dramatically
improve your exam answering skills. Do you want to learn how to answer questions faster in the exam hall? Click here to learn more.

11. Learn To Cram:
Your dad said you should not cram and you are still confused whether to cram or not? Hear this, there are times when you need to cram.
Do you want to know the importance of
cramming and when you should cram? Go through the amazing debate and article by
clicking here .

12. Learn To Solve Without
Calculator:

I know you cannot give me the correct answer to 2/3 right now without calculator. I can see
that you are trying to get the answer….lol
Most schools do not allow the use of
calculator in their post utme examination.
Therefore, you must learn to solve problems without pressing your calculator. It is time to temporarily break the covenant you have with calculator.

13. Learn To Do Night Reading:
So many candidates make the statement, “I don’t know how to read at night”. my dear, it is time to know how to read at night.
You must lean how to handle your night. The day is usually not enough to do everything you should. The night is a golden opportunity for you to capture your future and acquire
your desire.

14. Attend Lecture Houses: Attending lectures is very helpful. If you find it difficult to be self taught then consider
attending a good lecture house close to you.

15. Love Your Subjects:
I don’t like mathematics. This is the complain of many students.vIt is true that everyone has areas of weakness. However, it is also true that weaknesses can be handled. Handle your weakness now and pass post utme examination once and for all.

16. Make Use Of solutionclass Study Guide:
Click here to go through my powerful articles that will dramatically boost your reading appetite.

17. Practice Post Utme Past
Questions:
Another amazing thing is that you can
practice post utme past questions online here at solutionclass.com. Click here now to take a post utme test and also access thousands of post utme past questions.

See Nigerian Law School Requirements, for July 2018 Call to Bar

Nigerian Law School, NLS call to bar requirements for July 2018. The requirements include Call to the Bar processing Fee, LL.B Certificate, Law School Identity card and results.
The management of the Nigerian Law School (NLS) has
released the Requirements for July 2018 Call to Bar.

Read instructions below on Requirements for July 2018

Call to Bar:
Evidence of payment of Thirty Thousand Naira
(₦30, 000) Call to the Bar processing Fee into the
Account designated below:

Account Name: Body of Benchers Nigerian Law School Call to the Bar Account
Bank: Zenith Bank PLC
Account NO: 2028692243
Original and Photocopy of LL.B Certificate
Original and Photocopy of the candidate’s Law School Identity card Print-out of the candidate’s result.

UNIMAID NYSC Pre-Mobilization List Batch ‘B’ 2018

The management of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) has released the names of graduates uploaded on the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) portal for 2018 Batch ‘B’ NYSC programme.
UNIMAID NYSC Pre-Mobilization List.

The following Graduates of University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) have been successfully uploaded to the integrated database of the National Youth Service Corps for 2018 Batch ‘A’ NYSC programme.

At the confirmation of your name, you are to wait until the approved date for commencement of Online Registration.

Regular Students:

Click Here (.pdf) to access UNIMAID approved NYSC Pre-Mobilization list for Batch ‘B’ 2018. You will however need a device that is capable of opening PDF file to access it.

CDL Students:

Click Here (.pdf) to access UNIMAID approved NYSC Pre-Mobilization list for Batch ‘B’ 2018. You will however need a device that is capable of opening PDF file to access it.

Download Football Highlight (Real Madrid 3 Vs 1 Liverpool) 2018 Champions League Final

Download Football Highlight (Real Madrid 3 Vs 1 Liverpool) 2018 Champions League Final


2015/16 🏆 2016/17 🏆 2017/18 🏆 Real Madrid are the first team in the Champions League era to win the competition three times 👏 Kings. Of. Europe. 👑


🏆 2007/08 🔴 🏆 2013/14 ⚪️ 🏆 2015/16 ⚪️ 🏆 2016/17 ⚪️ 🏆 2017/18 ⚪️ Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Champions League for the FIFTH time in his career 😳

Goals From Bensema, and Bale ensured Real Madrid The Champions League


Real Madrid 3 – 1 Liverpool [Champions League Final] Highlights 2017/18 – Real Madrid won their third straight Champions League thanks to a moment of sublime brilliance from Gareth Bale and Loris Karius’ errors.





Gareth Bale came off the bench to score one of the great goals in Champions League history and add to Loris Karius’ personal ordeal by sealing Real Madrid’s third consecutive European title with a 3-1 win over Liverpool.

Much of the pre-match build-up centred on the anticipated battle between star forwards Mohamed Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo in Kiev, but the duel was cut short before the half hour when Liverpool’s talisman suffered an apparent shoulder injury.

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FG Declares May 29 As Public Holiday To Mark Democracy Day

The Federal Government has declared May 29, 2017 as a public holiday to allow Nigerians celebrate this year’s
Democracy Day.
The Minister of Interior, Retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau made the declaration on behalf of the Federal
Government on Friday in Abuja.

Dambazau congratulated Nigerians on the occasion and pledged government’s continued dedication to entrenching
democracy in the country.

He also urged all Nigerians to trust and support the government in its commitment to building an indivisible,
peaceful and greater nation based on the tenets of democracy.

The Minister wished all Nigerians a Happy Democracy Day
celebration.

See How To Apply For Fully-Funded Open University Common wealth Scholarships, UK

The Open University (OU) invites applications for its five fully-
funded Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships for
citizens of developing Commonwealth countri es to study the
University’s Masters in Online and Distance Education
(MAODE).


The Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships are for
three years’ part-time distance learn ing, commencing in
February 2019, and will cover the full cost of tuition fees.

This Scholarship is funded by the UK Department for
International Development (DFID) and is intended to contribute
to the development needs of Commonwealth countries by
providing training for sk i lled and qualified professionals in key
development areas.

Scholarships Description

Type: Masters

Application Deadline: 20th June 2018
Eligible Countries: Bangladesh, Cameroon, The Gambia,
Ghana , Guyana, India, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi,
Mozambique, Nigeria , Pak istan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda,
Samoa, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Swaziland,
Tanzania, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Zambia

Eligibility:
Be a citizen of, or have been granted refugee status by one of
the elig ible developing Commonwealth countries listed above,
or be a British protected person.
Be permanently and continually resident in one of the eligible
developing Commonwealth countries listed above.
Hold a first degree of at least upper second class (2:1)
standard. A lower qual ification and sufficient relevant
experience may be considered in certain cases.

Application Procedure:
Read the Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships
Information for Candidates.

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Dear N-Power Tech (Software and Hardware) applicants,

Please log in to http://check.npowertech.npvn.ng with your BVN to check your pre-selection status.

Software applicants, please note there is an extra step.

Please follow the instructions carefully.

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We Have No Issues Reducing The Cost of UTME Form To Even N500 - JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB has responded to the call by the House of Reps for reduction in the cost of application forms.

Reacting to this, the Board’s Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin, stated that the amount being collected for application forms from those seeking to sit for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, has not been changed for about 10 years, stressing that the present management of the board has not added N1 to the fee.

He stated that if the Government wants the cost to be reduced, the Board will have no issue with that because since almost what ever is generated is still remitted to the Government; adding that the board under the present Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Ishaq has remmitted a large chunk of the money realised from the sale of forms to the government, above what has been the case in the past 30 years.

He however added that even if the cost of application forms is reduced to N1000 or even N500 that it will not make JAMB to compromise the quality of the examination because the quality of an examiation is not a function of money but a function of commitment, dedication, transparency and how committed the staff and management are.

Recall that the House of Reps had yesterday requested the Federal Ministry of Education to
direct JAMB to cut down the cost of application forms.

So Sad; Three Delsu Students Burn Beyond Recognition in Abraka

Three Delsu Students coming from Benin are alleged to have burnt beyond recognition after their bus somersaulted several times before bursting into flames.

They were on their way to Abraka, when their driver lost control while trying to avoid a pothole. After the bus somersaulted, the students were said to have been trapped in the bus as it burst into flames.

IAUE Suspends Four Lecturers For Extorting and intimidating Students

Four Lecturers of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education has been suspended for for two month without pay for various forms of misconduct.

The lecturers were found guilty of demanding gratifications from students for Teaching Practice Supervision, extortion of money as appreciation for courses taught, forceful sale of books with threat to students who fail or refuse to buy, as well as refusal to mark examination scripts unless students showed evidence of purchase of book authored by the lecturer even when the book is completely unrelated to their studies.

The Vice-Chancellor who disclosed this to newsmen in his office, commended the students for doing well with the information provided.

He enjoined others with similar circumstances to feel free to report all forms of harassment and extortion and promised to protect them.

Out of the four lecturers, three are from the Department of Secretarial Studies, Faculty of Business Studies while one is from the Department of Curriculum Studies and Instructional Technology, Faculty of Education.

"For the first time in my life, I felt ashamed of being a Nigerian" - A Nigerian Schooling Abroad

A Nigerian lady schooling in Manchester, United Kingdom, identified by her Instagram handle as @folaogunsemo took to her instagram page to share a shocking revelation on how her exam question was about Nigerian fraud (Yahoo Yahoo).

She expressed her displeasure in seeing the negative effects of internet fraud perpetrated by Nigerians.

In her post she said for the first time she was ashamed of being a Nigerian after her course mates ridiculed her when they got to see a particular question related to fraud in Nigeria.

She went further to search for "Advance-fee scam" to see if Nigeria was exonerated, but to her greatest shock See what she saw below;

Al-Hikmah University Sandwich Admission Form 2018/2019

Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin announces the commencement of Sandwich Programmes in its Faculty of Education for the 2018/2019 Academic Session. Applications are therefore invited for qualified candidates into the following programmes;

Al-Hikmah University Sandwich Programmes.
1. B.A. (Ed.) English Language
2. B.A. (Ed.) Arabic Language
3. B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies
4. B.Sc. (Ed.) Political Science
5. B.Sc. Economics
6. B.Ed. Social Studies
7. B.Ed. Educational Management
8. B.Ed. Guidance and Counselling
9. B.Sc. (Ed.) Mathematics
10. B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology
11. B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics
12. B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry
13. B.Sc. (Ed.) Business Education
14. B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science

Al-Hikmah University Sandwich Programmes Admission Requirements & Duration.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates seeking admission into B.Ed. (Educational Management) Degree must satisfy the following conditions:

i. Five SSCE (or equivalent) credit passes at not more than two (2) sitting including English Language and Mathematics.

ii. A credit pass in English Language of the interim joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) at the O’Level is equivalent to the SSCE or NECO, GCE (O’Level) or SICE with credit passes in relevant subjects or any other equivalent to the SSCE/GCE O’ Level or NECO for the purpose of admission into Contact One (1) Sandwich undergraduate programmes of the University.

iii. For Direct Entry (Contact Session 2) the requirements are NCE/HND Certificate.

DURATION

The B.Ed. Sandwich Degree programmes shall normally run for a minimum of five contact sessions for students admitted through O’Level results or four contact session for students admitted through NCE/HND. However, no student shall be allowed to spend more than two extra academic sessions on this programme.

How to Apply for Al-Hikmah University Sandwich Admission.
Application for the Al-Hikmah University sandwich degree programme is online. Follow the link below to apply.

Apply Here

Commencement Date: July 2018.

Contact Numbers: 08073802165, 07063154839.

Email Address: info@alhikmah.edu.ng

Adeyemi College of Education Set to Receive Nigeria’s Best COE Award – Provost


The Provost, Adeyemi College of Education ( ACE) Ondo, Prof. Olukoya Ogen,  has dropped hints of plan by a Northern Nigeria- based media organisation, “The Arewa Media Publication”  to confer award of the Most Innovative Top Best Valuable College of Education in Nigeria , on the institution on June 23, 2018 in Kaduna, the capital of Kaduna State.


In addition, Prof. Ogen also disclosed that the event, expected to attract the presence of eminent personalities from across the length and breadth of the country including past and incumbent presidents of the country, all the 36 state Governors, Members of the National Assembly among others, would also featured the presentation of the award of Best Provost in Nigeria in year 2017 to him by the Magazine.
Source: ACEONDO

YABATECH Hostel Accommodation List 2017/2018

YABATECH Hostel Accommodation List 2017/2018

This is to inform all the students of the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) that the management has published the names of students that have been offered hostel accommodation in the polytechnic for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The available hall of residence are Akata Hostel, PGD hall and New female hostel .
Hollywood , Bakassi and Complex hostel are under restructuring and will be available next session.

YABATECH Hostel Accommodation List.
The under-listed candidates have been offered hostel accommodation in Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) for the 2017/2018 Academic Session.

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

Friday, 25 May 2018

House Of Reps Demand Reduction Of UMTE Fees From N7500 To N3000

The House of Representatives has urged the federal ministry of education to review downward the cost of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) by about 50% from the current N7, 500.00 to not more than N3, 000.00.

The House, while adopting a motion by James Faleke (APC, Lagos) urged the Federal Ministry of Education to ensure that the cost of the other ‘ancillary forms’ for changes must be free or at the very barest minimum of N500.

These decisions were taken after a unanimous endorsement of the motion, in order to make university and other tertiary education accessible and affordable.
While leading debate on the motion, Fakele noted that the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) was said to have remitted the sum of N7.8 billion to the Federal Government being excess of the N12 billion made from sales of Unified Tertiary Examinations (UTME) application forms for University Admission in 2017 at the rate of N7, 500.00 each, excluding incomes from the sales of other forms such as Change of Course Forms and Change of University Forms at the rate of N5, 000.00 each.

He said an estimated 250,000 candidates purchased the UTME forms bringing the income from sales of the forms to estimated sum of N2.4bn per year.
The lawmaker further noted that the cost does not include the Post UMTE Examinations that are conducted by Universities at an average cost of N2, 500 (Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira only) per candidate excluding the expenses made on logistics.

Faleke said he was aware that JAMB had a surplus of N7 billion budget in 2017.
According to him “the increase in the number of Universities from 12 at inception of JAMB in 1798, with less than 50,000 candidates to over 400 tertiary institutions with more than 1.7 million candidates writing the exams and indices shows only about 50% of those who wrote the examinations were admitted in the universities as at 2017.

“Further aware that JAMB as a government agency is not set up for profit making but to promote educational development of the young citizens in pursuit of their professional career;

“Worried that the proliferation of Universities to 120, 83 Polytechnics, 82 Colleges of Education and other Tertiary Institutions under JAMB purview is portraying it as a profit making venture.

“I was alarmed at the allegation of the huge sum of money missing from the vaults, burning of scratch cards, lending out money made from sales of application forms, conversion of proceeds from sales of application forms to loans and Image ’empowerment’ funds to private individuals and fictitious by stories by the officials of the board”

“That being the first time such an amount is being returned to government coffers by any government agency, the management of JAMB deserves commendation for upholding the Federal Government’s Anti-Corruption policies.

“Believes that education, being a pivot upon which relational development of the nation rests, should be made available to citizens at the barest minimum cost”
The motion was thereafter unanimously adopted and referred to the committee on basic education led by Hon. Zakari Mohammed (APC, Kwara) to ensure compliance and report back in two weeks.

Thursday, 24 May 2018

NUC Releases Names Of 58 Illegal Universities In Nigeria - See Full List

Nigerians have been advised not to patronise 58 illegal universities operating across the country The warning was issued by the National Universities Commission, NUC on Monday in a statement.

The commission said the universities are yet to be licensed by the federal government and have been shut down for violating the national minimum standard for education.

The Executive Secretary on NUC, listed all the illegal universities across the country as follows.

1. University of Accountancy and Management Studies, operating anywhere in Nigeria

2. Christians of Charity American University of Science and Technology, Nkpor, Anambra State or any of its other campuses

3. University of Industry, Yaba, Lagos or any of its other campuses

4. University of Applied Sciences and Management, Port Novo, Republic of Benin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

5. Blacksmith University, Akwa or any of its other campuses

6. Volta University College, HO, Volta Region, Ghana or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

7. Royal University, Izhia, PO BOX 800, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State or any of its other campuses

8. Atlanta University, Anyigba, Kogi state or any of its other campuses

9. United Christian University, Macotis campus, Imo State or any of its other campuses

10. United Nigeria University College, Okija Anambra State or any of its other campuses.

11. Samuel Ahmadu University, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its other campuses

12. UNESCO University, Ndoni, Rivers State or any of its other campuses

13. Saint Augustine’s University of Technology, Jos, Pleateu State or any of its other campuses

14. The International University, Missouri USA, Kano and Lagos studies centres or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

15. Collumbus University, UK, operating anywhere in Nigeria

16. Tiu International University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria

17. Pebbles University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria

18. London External Studies, UK, operating anywhere in Nigeria

19. Pilgrims University operating anywhere in Nigeria

20. Lobi Business School, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its campuses in Nigeria

21. West African Christian University operating anywhere in Nigeria

22. Bolta University College, Aba or any of its campuses in Nigeria

23. JBC Seminary Inc. (Wukari Jubilee University) Kaduna illegal campus

24. Western University, Esie Kwara State or any of its campuses in Nigeria

25. St. Andrews University College, Abuja or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

26. EC-Council USA, Ikeja Lagos Study Centre

27. Atlas University, Ikot Udoso Uko, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

28. Concept College/Universities (London) Ilorin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

29. Halifax Gateway University, Ikeja or any of its campuses in Nigeria

30. Kingdom of Christ University, Abuja or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

31. Acada University, Akinlalu Oyo state or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

32. Filfom University, Mbaise, Imo State or any of its other campuses in Nigeria

33. Houdegbe North American University campuses in Nigeria

34. Atlantic Intercontinental University, Okija Anambra State

35. Open International University, Akure

36. Middle Belt University (North Central University) Otukpo

37. Lead Way University, Ugheli, Delta State

38. Metro University, Dutse/Bwari Abuja

39. Southend University, Ngwuro Egeru (Afam) Ndoki, Rivers State

40. Olympic University, Nsukka, Enugu State

41. Federal College of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Abuja

42. Temple University, Abuja

43. Irish University Business School, London, operating anywhere in Nigeria

44. National University of Technology, Lafia, Nasarawa State

45. University of Accountancy and Management Studies, Mowe, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway and its annex at 41, Ikorodu road, Lagos.

46. University of Education, Wenneba Ghana operating anywhere in Nigeria

47. Cape Coast University, Ghana operating in Nigeria

48. African University Cooperative Development (AUCD) Cotonou, Benin Republic operating anywhere in Nigeria

49. Pacific Western University, Denver Colorado, Oweri study centre

50. Evangel University of America and Chudick Management Academic, Lagos

51. Enugu State University of Science and Technology (Gboko campus)

52. Career Light Resources Centre, Jos

53. University of West Africa, Kwali Abuja, FCT

54. Coastal University, Iba Oku, Akwa Ibom State

55. Kaduna Business School, Kaduna

56. Royal University of Theology, Minna, Niger State

57. West African Union University, in collaboration with International Professional College of Administration, Science and Technology, Nigeria operating anywhere in Nigeria

58. Gospel Missionary Foundation (GMF), Theological University, 165 Isolo road, Cele bus stop, Egbe Ikotun, Lagos

The commission also said eight universities are currently undergoing investigation for illegally running degree programs.

The eight universities are:

1) National Universities of Nigeria, Keffi , Nassarawa State.

2) North Central University, Otukpo, Benue state.

3) Christ Alive Christian Seminary and University.

4) Richmond Open University, Arochukwu, Abia state.

5) West Coast University, Umuahia.

6) Saint Clements University, Iyin Ekiti, Ekiti state.

7) Volta University College, Aba, Abia state.

8) Illegal Satellite Campuses of Ambrose Alli University.

    “For the avoidance of doubt, anybody who patronises or obtains any certificate from any of these illegal institutions does so at his or her own risk,” the publication reads.

According to the publication, certificates obtained from these sources will not be recognised for the purposes of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), employment and further studies.

The commission said the relevant law enforcement agencies have been informed for necessary action.

Meanwhile, the NUC Director of information and Public relation, Ibrahim Yakasai, in a telephone conversation, told newsmen that the commission has not relented in its effort to shut every illegal institution in the country

According to Mr Yakasai,

    “we continued publishing the lists so that the illegal universities don’t resurface. If we stop publishing their names, they could move to other part of the country and start operating because at some point, they were moving.

    “We have been producing the editorial for so many years. We update it as we get information across the country that some institutions are operating illegally. We go there and once they know we are coming, they run away,” Mr Yakasai said.

Recall how the NUC confirmed that a senator, Foster Ogola’s Phd certificate is invalid; as the institution he attended is among the illegal universities.

An investigation revealed that the senator, currently representing Bayelsa West senatorial district, has fake credentials from an unaccredited university in Nigeria named GMF Christian university.

The National Universities Commission of Nigeria is a government agency promoting quality higher education in Nigeria.

The NUC is saddled with the responsibility of granting approval for all academic programs run in Nigerian universities and granting approval for the establishment of all higher educational institutions offering degree programs.

School Feeding Programme: Over 8.2M Pupils Now Being Fed In 24 States

Office Of The Vice President
Press Release
School Feeding Programme: Over 8.2M Pupils Now Being Fed In 24 States

*Over 80,000 cooks engaged in 45,394 schools

Following the achievement of its target of 5.5 million pupils being fed free daily under the programme in 2017, the Buhari administration’s National Home-grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP) now feeds 8,260,984 pupils in 45,394 public primary schools across 24 states.

The 24 states currently benefitting from the school feeding programme are Anambra, Enugu, Oyo, Osun, Ogun, Ebonyi, Zamfara, Delta, Abia, Benue, Plateau, Bauchi, Taraba, Kaduna, Akwa-Ibom, Cross River, Imo, Jigawa, Niger, Kano, Katsina, Gombe, Ondo and Borno.

Similarly, over 80,000 direct jobs have since been created from the School Feeding Programme; with 87,261 cooks currently engaged in the 24 participating states. All 36 states of the Federation and the FCT will eventually benefit from the programme.
The programme’s educational, economic and health benefits have been praised by many.

Not only has the Buhari administration’s School Feeding Programme created jobs for thousands of Nigerians in these communities where the programme is being implemented, it has also helped to boost local economies by linking the local farmers to the school feeding market.
Similarly, the school feeding programme continues to record significant milestones in the classrooms as the scheme has led to an increase in enrolment.

Another important aspect of the School Feeding Programme is that by providing a meal a day for millions of pupils, it addresses the issues of malnutrition and stunting among children, increasing the chances of the pupils making a significant headway in their learning and in life.
The NHGSFP plans to implement feeding in 28 States in the coming months, and all over the country soon after.

Laolu Akande
Senior Special Assistant on Media & Publicity to the President
Office of the Vice President
23rd May, 2018

Top 5 Businesses You Can Do As A Youth Corper

NYSC year is always very challenging for Corp members. And those that are posted to cities like Lagos, Abuja, Enugu, Port Harcourt, Calabar etc. will definitely have a story to tell. As a matter of fact, they find it extremely difficult to cope and some live from hands to mouth. This is the reason many Nigerians tagged NYSC to be “Now Your Suffering Continue”. Well we present to you, top 5 businesses you can do as a
youth corper.

So, any Youth Corper that can start any of these businesses, Life in service will be interesting for them. Also, you will be a step ahead of your peers in the labour Market.

List of Businesses You Can Do As A Youth Corper
#1 Data Sharing
Data sharing is one of the businesses you can do as a youth corper serving in any state in Nigeria. As a matter of fact, the business is very viable and easy to start. You need little capital to start this business and if you are passionate you can break even in no time.

Data sharing business involves you selling data for MTN, GLO, Airtel and 9Mobile. You don’t need to rent a shop before you start. The best way to market this business is via social media platform like Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and Twitter. Try this out and tell others your success story.

#2 Freelancing
Freelancing is also among the top viable businesses you can do as a youth corper. Freelancing is a term used to describe a self employed person who is not committed to any employer on the long run. In other words, a freelancer is a person who does projects for different companies and is not their employees.

You can start freelancing job as a Youth corper. It is very easy to start, just identify a niche where you have comparative advantage and start marketing yourself.

There are several freelance websites on the internet, some of the most popular ones are; Fiverr, Upwork, PeoplePerHour, Freelancer.com, 99design, etc.

#3 Mini Importation
Mini Importation is another good business you can do during your service year. However, this business is strictly for youth corpers with hustling spirit.

Mini importation business involves bringing goods from other countries like China, Uk, US, etc in small quantities and resell them in your location to make a profit. It is a viable business and many people have become millionaires through mini importation.

However, you have to do a thorough research before you import any product. Ensure that the product you are importing will solve a problem in your location.

#4 Photography/Videography
Photography/Videography is also among the viable businesses you can do as a youth corper. If you don’t have this skill, start learning it before you go for NYSC. Design a complimentary card and share to people around.

In no time, you will be the one covering most events and occasions around your PPA. Remember, most Nigerians have soft hearts for corpers.

#5 Private Tutoring
Private tutoring is another good business you can do as a Corper. And will enjoy this better if you are quantitatively inclined. It is very easy to start, tell your friends around your PPA and paste posters around advertising your teaching skills.

I tell you this, if you are good in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, you will make it big as a private tutor.

These are the top 5 viable businesses you can do as a youth corper. Try any of them today and be a self made entrepreneur.

If you need advise on how to start any of the above businesses, drop a comment.

African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) Fresh Job Recruitment ( 6 Positions)

The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) was established in 2005 as a non-profit organization and networking alliance of African Field Epidemiology (and Laboratory) Training Programs (FELTPs), and other applied epidemiology training programs.

AFENET is dedicated to helping ministries of Health in Africa build strong, effective, and sustainable programs with capacity to improve public health systems partnering with global public health experts.

AFENET is recruiting for below positions;
1. Instructional Designer (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

2. Procurement Officer (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

3. Front Desk Officer (Receptionist) (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

4. Data Technical Officer (Informatics) (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

5. Data Technical Officer (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

6. Account Assistant (Abuja)
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Application Closing Date: June 4, 2018

Police Recruitment: Force Headquarters Confirms Date For JAMB Exam, Releases Numbers

The Nigeria Police Force has announced that all successful candidates in the last Physical/Credentials screening stage will sit for Computer Based Test (CBT) to be conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Friday, 25th May, 2018.

Force spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, in a statement on Thursday, said the exercise will hold across the country.

He said candidates have been notified through text messages.

“However, those who did not receive the message can check for their exam centres through the under-listed websites.

i. www.policerecruitment.ng
ii. www.jamb.gov.ng
iii. www.psc.gov.ng

“The candidates’ exam centres are also displayed at every State Command Headquarters in the Thirty Six (36) States of the Federation and the FCT.

“The Inspector General of Police has directed the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Training and Development to monitor the conduct of the examination in some selected centres while the Commissioners of Police in State Commands will monitor the conduct of the examination in centres in their Commands.

“Candidates are hereby advised to be of good conduct and not to engage in any examination malpractice, as anyone caught will be arrested, investigated and prosecuted.

“Candidates and members of the general public who observe any form of improper practice should please call the following phone numbers”

Distinct Institute of Management Science Admission Form 2018/2019

Innovation Enterprise Institutions (IEI’s) are higher education institutions type of Polytechnic recently approved by the Federal Ministry of Education and National Board for Technical Education Kaduna to provide a veritable alternative route to higher education.


They are designed to offer vocational, technical, technology and professional training at post-basic and tertiary levels, with a view to meet the increasing demand for technical manpower by the various sectors of the economy.

Distinct Institute of Management Science Osogbo, Osun State is a new, state-of-the art Innovation Enterprise Institution (IEI) established in 2017 under the approval of Federal Ministry of Education. The Institute run courses leading to the award of National Innovation Diploma (NID) same as National Diploma (ND) in Science and Engineering and Management Sciences, approved by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

The Institute also offers a wide range of professional and career enhancement programmes, seminars and workshops at Advanced Diploma Certificate and diploma levels. Our programmes are dual-path, with emphasis on both cognitive and practical skills. Enriched by world-class faculty and teaching facility, our goal is to nurture the development of the much-needed manpower in the ICT and Management Science for national growth.

In line with the above, the Institute hereby invites interested candidates to apply for admission into its National Innovation Diploma (NID) programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session:

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY:
Two-year (full-time/part time) National Innovation Diploma (NID/ND) in:

– Computer Software Engineering

– Security Management and Technology

– Building Construction Technology

Interested candidates with the following admission requirements are eligible to apply:

Five (5) credit passes in GCE “O” level or Senior Secondary School Certificates (SSCE), NECO, NABTEB at not more than two sittings. The five subjects must include Mathematics, English Language and any three subjects from the following: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Geography, Agricultural Science, ICT/Computer Studies, Further Mathematics and Statistics.
National Vocational Certificate (NVC,Final) in relevant fields of the above from an approved Vocational Enterprise Institution (VEI).
In addition to (i) and (ii) above, a minimum score of 110 points with relevant subject combination in the 2018 JAMB-UTME is mandatory.
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Two-year (full-time/part time) National Innovation Diploma (NID/ND) in

Banking Operations – Business Management Studies
Paralegal Studies – Mass Communication
Performing and Media Arts – Accounting
Interested candidates with the following admission requirements are eligible to apply:

Five (5) credit passes in GCE “O” level or Senior Secondary School Certificates (SSCE), NECO, NABTEB at not more than two sittings. The Credit passes should compulsorily include English Language, Mathematics and any three subjects from the following: Economics, Commerce, Principles of Accounts, Business Methods, Literature-in-English, Government, Geography, Civic Education, Statistics, Agricultural Science, Biology, Office Practice, Typewriting and Shorthand.
National Vocational Certificate (NVC, Final) in relevant fields from an approved Vocational Enterprise Institution (VEI).
In addition to (i) and (ii) above, a minimum score of 110 points with relevant subject combination in the 2018 JAMB-UTME is mandatory.

For more information, kindly visit the Institute’s website on www.distinctims.org or call 08068510095 | 08071802774

Chinese Embassy Nigeria to Award Scholarships to 47 UNIZIK Students

Tomorrow, Thursday May 24, 2018 would remain indelible in the minds of 47 Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) students as they would be awarded scholarship by the Chinese Embassy, Nigeria to the tone of N100, 000. The students were drawn from diverse departments.

The event would take place at the University Auditorium by 9am .

Below is the list of the nominees for the scholarship award.

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Check Out 127 Nigeria Schools That Accept Second Choice In Jamb

This rundown contains Federal, State and Private institutions that are less competitive. So on the off chance that you wish to pick state-funded institutions as a second option, please guarantee it is one of the ones on this rundown or some other one you realize that is less competitive.

1. ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UTURU. ABIA
2. GREGORY UNIVERSITY, UTURU, ABIA STATE ABIA
3 ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, MUBI, ADAMAWA
4 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, YOLA ADAMAWA
5 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, YOLA (AFFILIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA.) ADAMAWA
6 MODIBO ADAMA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, YOLA ADAMAWA
7 AKWA IBOM STATE UNIVERSITY, IKOT-AKPADEN AKWA-IBOM
8 OBONG UNIVERSITY, OBONG, NTAK AKWA-IBOM
9 ST-JOSEPH MAJOR SEMINARY, IKOT-EKPENE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF UYO, AKWA-IBOM STATE) AKWA-IBOM
10 RITMAN UNIVERSITY, IKOT-EKPENE, AKWA-IBOM STATE AKWA-IBOM
11 ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY, ULI ANAMBRA
12 FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.) UMUNZE, AFFILIATED TO (NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA) ANAMBRA
13 NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NSUGBE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE) ANAMBRA
14 PAUL UNIVERSITY, AWKA ANAMBRA
15 TANSAIN UNIVERSITY, OBA, ANAMBRA STATE ANAMBRA
16 ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY, BAUCHI BAUCHI
17 UNIVERSITY OF MKAR, GBOKO BENUE
18 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AZARE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE) BORNO
19 UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, BORNO
20 CATHOLIC INSTITUTION OF WEST AFRICA, PORT HARCOURT (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE) CROSS-RIVER
21 CROSS RIVERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CALABAR CROSS-RIVER
22 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OBUDU, CROSS RIVER STATE, (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR, CALABAR CROSS-RIVER
23 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AGBOR (AFFILIATED TO DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ABRAKA, DELTA STATE.) DELTA
24 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI (AFFILIATED TO DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ABRAKA, DELTA) DELTA
25 FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.), OMOKU, OMOKU , AFFILIATED TO (UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE) DELTA
26 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL), ASABA (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY) DELTA
27 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL), ASBA, (AFFILIATED TO FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA) DELTA 28 NOVENA UNIVERSITY OGUME DELTA
29 WESTERN DELTA UNIVERSITY, OGHARA, DELTA STATE DELTA
JAMB 2019 LIST OF SECOND CHOICE INSTITUTIONS

30 EDWIN CLARK UNIVERSITY, KIAGBODO, DELTA STATE DELTA
31 MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY, OWHRODE, DELTA STATE DELTA
32 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY, AKAEZE, EBONYI STATE EBONYI
33 AUCHI POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI (AFFILIATED TO NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA) EDO
34 BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY, BENIN CITY EDO
35 IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA, BENIN CITY EDO
36 SAMUEL ADEGBOYEGA UNIVERSITY, OGWA, EDO STATE EDO
37 SEMINARY OF ALL SAINTS, UHIELE, EKPOMA, EDO STATE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY) EDO
38 WELLSPRING UNIVERSITY, IRHIHI/OGBANEKI, BENIN CITY EDO
39 ADENIRAN OGUNSANYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OTTO/IJANIKIN, LAGOS (AFFILIATED TO Ekiti State University) EKITI
40 AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI EKITI
41 EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OYO (AFFILIATED TO EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY) EKITI
42 JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, IKEJI-ARAKEJI, EKITI
43 OSUN STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILA-ORANGUN (AFFILIATED TO EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO EKITI, EKITI STATE) EKITI
44 CARITAS UNIVERSITY, AMORJI-NIKE, ENUGU ENUGU
45 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE EKITI (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE) ENUGU
46 ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (TECHNICAL), ENUGU (AFFILIATED TO NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE) ENUGU
47 ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU ENUGU
48 GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY, URGWUOMU- NIKE ENUGU
49 RENAISSANCE UNIVERSITY, OJIAGU-AGBANI, ENUGU ENUGU
50 SPIRITAN SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY, ISSIENU, NSUKKA, (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE) ENUGU
51 BAZE UNIVERSITY, FCT, ABUJA FCT-Abuja 52 NIGERIA TURKISH NILE UNIVERSITY, ABUJA FCT-Abuja 53 VERITAS UNIVERSITY, ABUJA FCT-Abuja
54 CLARETAIN INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY, NEKEDE (AFFILIATED TO EVAN UNIVERSITY, OWERRI, IMO STATE.) IMO
55 MADONNA UNIVERSITY, OKIJA IMO
56 SEAT OF WISDOM SEMINARY, OWERRI (AFFILIATED TO EVAN UNIVERSITY, OWERRI, IMO STATE) IMO
57 HEZEKIAH UNIVERSITY, UMUDI, IMO STATE IMO
58 JIGAWA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GUMEL (AFFILIATED TO BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO) JIGAWA
UTME 2019 LIST OF PREFERRED INSTITUTIONS

59 SULE LAMIDO UNIVERSITY, KAFIN HAUSA, JIGAWA STATE JIGAWA
60 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKWANGA (AFFLIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, KADUNA STATE.) KADUNA
61 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZARIA (AFFLIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, KADUNA STATE) KADUNA
62 KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA (AFFLIATED TO FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA NIGER STATE) KADUNA
63 COLLEGE OF ARABIC AND ISLAMIC LEGAL STUDIES, ILORIN (AFFILIATED TO BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO) KANO
64 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KANO (AFFLIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, KADUNA STATE) KANO
65 KANO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, WUDIL KANO
66 NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY, KANO, KANO STATE KANO
67 SAADATU RIMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KUMBOTSO (AFFILIATED TO BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO) KANO
68 AL-QALAM UNIVERSITY, KATSINA KATSINA
69 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA (AFFILIATED TO BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO STATE.) KATSINA
70 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, BIRNIN-KEBBI, KEBBI STATE KEBBI
71 KEBBI STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ALIRO KEBBI
72 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OKENE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) KOGI
73 SALEM UNIVERSITY, LOKOJA KOGI
74 AL- HIKMAH UNIVERSITY, ILORIN KWARA
75 KWARA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (TECHNICAL), LAFIA (AFFILIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, KADUNA STATE.) KWARA
76 KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE, ILORIN KWARA
77 LANDMARK UNIVERSITY, OMU-ARAN, KWARA STATE KWARA
78 UMCA, ILORIN (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) KWARA
79 CALEB UNIVERSITY, IMOTA LAGOS
80 LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, OJO, LAGOS
81 MICHAEL OTEDOLA COLLEGE OF PRIMARY EDUCATION, NOFORIJA, EPE, LAGOS (AFFILIATED TO EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY) LAGOS
82 PAN-ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, AHMED ONIBUDO STREET, VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS LAGOS
83 ST. AUGUSTINE’S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKOKA, LAGOS (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) LAGOS
84 YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, YABA (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE) LAGOS
85 AUGUSTINE UNIVERSITY, ILARA, EPE, LAGOS LAGOS

Jamb 2019 LIST OF PREFERRED INSTITUTIONS

86 BINGHAM UNIVERSITY, KARU NASSARAWA
87 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KONTAGORA (AFFILIATED TO AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, KADUNA STATE) NIGER
88 BABCOCK UNIVERSITY, ILISHAN-REMO, OGUN
89 BELLS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OTA OGUN 90 COVENANT UNIVERSITY, CANAAN LAND, OTA OGUN
91 CRAWFORD UNIVERSITY OF APOSTOLIC FAITH MISSION FAITH CITY, IGBESA OGUN
92 CRESCENT UNIVERSITY, ABEOKUTA OGUN
93 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABEOKUTA (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) OGUN
94 McPHERSON UNIVERSITY, SERIKI SOTAYO, OGUN STATE OGUN
95 REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY OGUN
96 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, OKUN-OWA, OGUN STATE OGUN
97 TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, IJAGUN, OGUN
98 CHRISLAND UNIVERSITY, OWODE, OGUN STATE. OGUN 99 MOUNTAIN TOP UNIVERSITY, MAKOGI/OBA, OGUN STATE OGUN
100 HALLMARK UNIVERSITY, IJEBU-ITELE, OGUN STATE OGUN
101 CHRISTOPHER UNIVERSITY, MOWE, OGUN STATE OGUN
102 ACHIEVERS UNIVERSITY OWO ONDO
103 ELIZADE UNIVERSITY, ILARA-MOKIN, ONDO STATE ONDO
104 ODUDUWA UNIVERSITY, IPETUMODU ONDO
105 ONDO STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, OKITIPUPA ONDO
106 WESLEY UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. ONDO ONDO
107 ADELEKE UNIVERSITY, EDE, OSUN STATE OSUN 108 BOWEN UNIVERSITY, IWO OSUN
109 FOUNTAIN UNIVERSITY, OSOGBO OSUN
110 OSUN STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILESA (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) OSUN
111 AJAYI CROWTHER UNIVERSITY, OYO OYO
112 DOMINICAN INSTITUTE, SAMONDA, IBADAN (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) OYO
113 ECWA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, IGBAJA (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) OYO
114 IMMANUEL COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, SAMONDA, IBADAN (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, OYO STATE) OYO
115 LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY, IBADAN OYO
116 ST. PETER AND PAUL SEMINARY BODIJA, IBADAN (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) OYO
117 SUMMIT UNIVERITY, OFFA, KWARA STATE OYO
118 NATIONAL FILM INSTITUTE, JOS (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF JOS, JOS) PLATEAU

UTME 2019 LIST OF PREFERRED INSTITUTIONS

119 IGNATIUS AJURU UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, PORT HARCOURT RIVERS
120 RHEMA UNIVERSITY, OBAMA, RIVERS STATE RIVERS
121 SOKOYO STATE UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO SOKOTO
122 TARABA STATE UNIVERSITY, JALINGO TARABA
123 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (TECHNICAL), POTISKUM (AFFILIATED TO ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY, BAUCHI STATE.) YOBE
124 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GASHUA, YOBE STATE YOBE
125 UMAR SULEIMAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GASHUA, YOBE STATE (AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE) YOBE
126 YOBE STATE UNIVERSITY, DAMATURU YOBE
127 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GUSAU, ZAMFARA STATE ZAMFARA

List of Nigerian Universities Approved for Postgraduate Programmes – NUC

Names of federal, state and private universities currently approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to run postgraduate programmes. See the list below.



The National Universities Commission (NUC) has released the list of approved postgraduate awarding institutions in Nigeria.

A Monday bulletin from the office of the Executive Secretary on NUC, dated May 14, listed all federal, state and private universities currently allowed to issue such certificates to students in Nigeria.

The commission said its observed some parastatals and institutes awarding these same postgraduate degrees, either on their own or through unapproved affiliation with Nigerian and foreign universities.

The commission hereby notifies the general public that only the following universities have approval to offer postgraduate programmes at the Masters’ and Ph.D levels in Nigeria as of July 30,2012.

Private Universities Approved for Postgraduate Programmes.
Out of the 74 private universities across the country, 18 are approved by the commission for post-graduate programmes:

1. African University of Science and Technology, Abuja

2. American University of Nigeria, Yola

3. Babcock University, Ilishan Remo

4. Benson Idahosa University, Benin City

5. Bowen University, Iwo

6. Covenant University, Ota

7. Igbiniedo University, Okada

8. Pan-African University, Lekki

9. Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun State

10. Caleb University, Lagos

11. Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji

12. Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja

13. Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State

14. Lead City University, Ibadan (MSc. Only)

15. University of Mkar, Mkar (MSc. Only)

16. Madona University, Okija

17. Al-hikmah University, Ilorin (MSc. Only)

18. Godfrey Okoye University, Ugwuomu-Nike , Enugu state.

State Universities Approved for Postgraduate Programmes.
Out of the 47 federal universities across the country, 25 are approved by the commission for post-graduate programmes:

1. Abia State University, Uturu

2. Adamawa State University, Mubi

3. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko

4. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma

5. Anambra University, Uli

6. Benue State University, Makurdi

7. Cross River University of Technology, Calabar

8. Delta State University, Abraka

9. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki

10. Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti

11. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu

12. Imo State University, Owerri

13. Kogi State University, Anyigba

14. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso

15. Lagos State University, Ojo

16. Nasarawa State University, Keffi

17. Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island

18. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye

19. Rivers State University of Science and Technology

20. Umar Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina

21. Gombe State University, Gombe

22. Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai

23. Kano State University of Science and Technology

24. Kebbi State University of Science and Technology

25. Kwara State University, Malete

Recommended: List of State Universities in Nigeria.

Federal Universities Approved for Postgraduate Programmes.

Out of the 41 federal universities across the country, 26 are approved by the commission for post-graduate programmes:

1. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi

2. Ahmodu Bello University, Zaria

3. Bayero University, Kano

4. Federal University of Technology, Akure

5. Federal University of Technology, Minna

6. Federal University of Technology, Owerri

7. Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike

8. Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola

9. National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos

10. Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna

11. Nnamdi Azikwe University, Akwa

12. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife

13. University of Abuja, Gwagwalada

14. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta

15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi

16. University of Benin, Benin City

17. University of Calabar, Calabar

18. University of Ibadan, Ibadan

19. University of Ilorin, Ilorin

20. University of Jos, Jos

21. University of Lagos, Akoko

22. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri

23. University of Nigeria, Nsukka

24. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt

25. University of Uyo, Uyo

26. Usmanu Dan Fodio University, Sokoto

Governor Ambode Offers LASU Best Student N5m and Scholarship


Executive Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode has awarded Fuhad Adetoro Ogunsanya, the best graduating Student of Lagos State University with a sum of N5 million and an academic scholarship to any university of his choice.

This was announced at the 22nd convocation Ceremony for 2016/2017 session.

Adetoro graduated with a CGPA of 4.78 from Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences. Congratulations to him.

Check Out UNICAL Resumption Date For 2nd Semester 2017/2018

Second Semester

June 2018

Friday 15th……………..Students Arrive campus

Monday 18th…………..Payment of school charges/registration for all students

Monday 18th…………..Lectures begin for all students

Wednesday 27th………End of registration for all students

July 2018
Monday 2nd……………late registration Begins for all students

Monday 9th…………….End of late registration for all students

Wednesday 25th……….INAUGURAL LECTURE.

August 2018
Monday 6th……………Students week begins

Friday 10th…………….Students week ends

Wednesday 22nd……..INAUGURAL LECTURE

September 2018
Friday 14th…………….Lecture ends

Wednesday 19th…..Exam begins for education and final year students

Friday 28th………..Exam ends for education and final year students

October 2018
Monday 1st…………Exam begins for all GSS Courses

Saturday 6th………..Exam ends for all GSS courses

Monday 8th…………. ” begins for all except CES students

Saturday 13th……….Exam ends for all except CES students

Monday 15th………..Exam begins for CES students

Saturday 20th…….. ” ends for CES students

Saturday 20th………End of exams for second semester and all students depart.

Second Semester Summary
Lectures…………..13weeks
Examination………5 weeks
Sum total……………18 weeks

Above is the UNICAL 2017/2018 Academic calendar.

That’s all on the subject “Official UNICAL 2017/2018 Academic Calendar Is Out Online |Second Semester Inclusive”.


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NYSC: 3 ESUT Graduates Rejected in Their PPAs for incompetence.

Report has it that about three graduates of ESUT have been rejected from their place of primary assignment for their incompetence.

It was reported that one of the corps member identified as Jane could not write the Roman figures from one to 10 in words, it was also noted that  she could not write three states and their capitals.
She could not provide the names of two major rivers in Nigeria, just as she failed to name three countries that share border with Nigeria.

In shock the management confirmed that one of the corps member was unable to fill the registration  form correctly. He also had the inability to read and write, talk more of teaching the nursery pupil that were assigned in his care.

The corps members have been unable to defend their certificates, hence further investigation has been put in place to ascertain how they obtained their degree from the institution, in the mean time, one of the corps member was sent to a bakery to continue his service.