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UPDATED; How to Print 2018 JAMB Mock Examination Slips

How to print the Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB mock examination slip and check examination centres.

This is to inform all the candidates that have registered for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) mock examination that they can now print their examination slips.

The 2018 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination will hold on February 26, 2018, nationwide.
Candidates that showed interest during registration can now print their slips and also know their mock exam centres.

HOW TO PRINT JAMB MOCK EXAM SLIPS.
Check your registered email address for your exam slip (If not found in your inbox, please check your Junk/Spam E-mail folder just in case the slip got delivered there instead of your inbox). Then proceed to any cybercafe/business centre to print it out.
OR
Login to you account on http://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility/PrintMockExaminationSlip/ to access and print your slip.

NB: The mock exam is just a rehearsal for candidates who want to experience the situation to expect during the actual examinations.

Have You Received Your JAMB 2018 Mock Exam Slip?


We believe by now a good number of candidates that will be participating in the mock exam must have received a notification from JAMB concerning their venue and Time.

If you have received yours, that’s good. By now you should be warming up for the Mock exam which comes up on Monday, February 26th, 2018..

If you have not received yours and you’re sure you selected mock exam during registration, keep checking your mail for such notification.

It is possible that the notifications are being sent in batches and that means it may take between now to at least Saturday before all qualified candidates for the mock exam will get theirs.
Always make sure you check both the inbox and SPAM folder of your email for the notification.

Remember the mock examination is only to help you get familiar with the whole JAMB CBT exam set up. And for the fact that you really need all the preparation you can get now.

Meanwhile, you can share your mock exam venue and time here to connect with other candidates who may be writing in same venue with you.


FINAL NOTICE : UNN Course Registration for First Semester 2017/2018 Academic Session


University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN course registration deadline for the first semester, 2017/2018 academic session has been announced.

This is to inform all the undergraduate students of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) that online course registration deadline for the first semester, 2017/2018 academic session has been announced.

The portal for online course registration will officially be closed by 12 Midnight on Friday February 23rd, 2018.

Any student who fails to register online before this date is deemed to have forfeited the session.

Also be duly informed that any student who does not register his/her courses online will not be able to participate in the Computer Based Examinations or have results uploaded online.


Bauchi State University Part-Time Degree School Fees for 2017/2018 Academic Session

Bauchi State University Gadau, BASUG part-time degree school fees schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session.


The management of the Bauchi State University Gadau (BASUG) has released the amount payable as tuition fee by the part-time degree students for the 2017/2018 academic session.
Tuition fee per session as approved by the University is as follows:

Indigene: ₦50,000

Non-Indigene: ₦70,000

SC Team.


Bauchi State University Part-Time Degree Admission Form for 2017/2018 Is Out


Bauchi State University Gadau, BASUG part-time degree admission form for the 2017/2018 academic session is now on sale.

Applications for admission into the 2017/2018 Academic Session for the Bauchi State University Gadau (BASUG) Part Time Degree Programs are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates. The BASUG part time degree will run for a period of five (5) to (6) years. All lectures for the part time studies will be conducted between weekends or from Fridays, Saturdays and sometimes Sundays. Further, the program may cover vacations. All intending applicants who may not have had the opportunity to be admitted into the regular program will now have the opportunity to earn their various degrees. Additionally, Working class candidates can have a golden opportunity to earn a university degree, if they avail themselves to grab this opportunity.

BASUG PART-TIME DEGREE PROGRAMME BENEFITS.

1. The same curriculum with the regular
2. Flexibility
3. The same lecturers/experts
4. Best quality teaching and research personnel
5. World class state of the art facilities in our new campus
6. The same degree managed and approved by the same senate
7. National University Commission (NUC) approved
8. Entrepreneurship and Computer applications training

BASUG PART-TIME DEGREE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS.
(A) Five (5) Years Part-Time Program
WAEC/NECO Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC), General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O’ Level), National Technical Certificate/National Business Certificate with Credits in five (5) relevant subjects obtained at not more than two sittings. A credit in O’ Level English Language is required for all courses.

(B) Four (4) Years (Extended / Part-Time) Program

Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) with at least Merit in two core/Teaching subjects, GCE ‘A’ Level, OND/HND in relevant areas with at least Lower Credit or Academic Diploma from recognized Universities are required in addition to (A) above.

BASUG PART-TIME DEGREE – AVAILABLE COURSES.

Faculty of Management and Social Sciences
i. B.Sc. Accounting
ii. B.Sc. Business Administration
iii. B.Sc. Public Administration

HOW TO APPLY FOR BAUCHI STATE UNIVERSITY PART-TIME DEGREE ADMISSION.
Online Application Forms are now available for a fee of Five Thousand Naira Only (₦5,000) to be paid into the following University’s Sky Bank Account.
Account Name : Bauchi State University, Gadau
Account No .: 4060010770
Bank : Sky Bank Nig. Plc
Obtain from the bank the following:

1. Payment Receipt and
2. Scratch Card Pin to be used to fill the Online Application Form
Visit the University’s Website through the link below to fill the Online Application Form using the Scratch Card Pin obtained from the Bank.

APPLY HERE

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT: 08147803734, 08036188167


Godfrey Okoye University 9th Matriculation Ceremony Date — 2017/2018 Academic Session


Godfrey Okoye University, GOUNI 9th matriculation ceremony date for the 2017/2018 academic session newly admitted candidates.

The Vice Chancellor. Rev. Father Professor Dr. Christian Anieke, on behalf of the Board of Trustees, Governing Council, Senate, staff and students of Godfrey Okoye University, specially invites you to the 9th Matriculation Ceremony of the University scheduled to be held as follows:

Date : Saturday 24 February 2018
Time: 11.30 am
Venue : Hon. Justice Cordelia Chukwurah Convocation Arena

Your presence at this important occasion will not only gladden our hearts but also add colour and value to the event. •

We do expect that all special guests will arrive at the venue not later than the appointed time so as to be seated before the procession takes off at 11.15 am.

We look forward to welcoming you.


Alvan Ikoku College 40th Matriculation Ceremony Date and Matriculation Fees Payment Procedure — 2017/2018 Session

Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, AIFCE 40 th matriculation ceremony date and matriculation fees payment procedure for the 2017/2018 academic session newly admitted students.


The management of the Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education (AIFCE) has announced the date for the 40th Matriculation Ceremony.

Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education Owerri will hold her 40th Matriculation Ceremony on 14th March, 2018 .

ALVAN IKOKU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MATRICULATION FEES PAYMENT PROCEDURE.

NCE Students

S/N ITEM PRICE (NAIRA)
1 Matriculation Fee 4,750
2 Signing of Matricula 2,000
3 Academic Gown Hire 2,500
TOTAL: 8,750

DEGREE STUDENTS
S/N ITEM PRICE (NAIRA)
1 Matriculation Fee 6,250
2 Signing of Matricula 2,000
3 Academic Gown Hire 2,500
TOTAL: 10,750

Students are to follow the steps below:

1. Log onto www.alvanikoku.edu.ng and click on Student Portal to generate their Matriculation Fee Invoice.

2. Proceed with your invoice to Alvana Microfinance Bank to make your payment.

3. Pay the Matriculation Fee with your IPR invoice.

Payment must be completed on or before 13th March 2018. Students must show evidence of payment (Receipt) before signing the Official Matricula or cease to be a student.


OAU Teaching Hospital Schools of Nursing, Post Basic Nursing, Midwifery & Perioperative Nursing Admission Forms for 2018/2019 Is Out


Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, OAUTHC Schools of Nursing, Perioperative Nursing, Post Basic General Nursing and POST BASIC MIDWIFERY admission forms for the 2018/2019 academic session are now on sale.

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex (OAUTHC), Ile-Ife following programs:

1. BASIC GENERAL NURSING
2. POST BASIC GENERAL NURSING
3. PERI-OPERATIVE
4. POST BASIC MIDWIFERY

I. BASIC GENERAL NURSING
This is a three-year programme commencing in October, 2018.
Requirements: Applicants must possess: WAEC, SSCE/GCE or NECO, SSCE/GCE with five (5) credits (at not more than two sittings) in English Language Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. He or she should be at least Seventeen (17) years old on admission.
Method of Application : Application forms are obtainable from the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Schools of Nursing, Ife Hospital Unit and Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa at a cost of Six Thousand Naira (N 6,000.00) only.

PAYABLE VIA REMITA AT SKYE BANK BRANCHES IN OAUTHC, ILE- IFE AND WGH, ILESA.
Passport Photograph: Two (2) recent identical passport photographs should be attached to the application form.
Closing Date: Completed application form should be returned to the office of the Principal, Schools of Nursing, IHU, Ile – Ife and WGH, Ilesa respectively on or before Friday, 8th June, 2018.
Date of Entrance Examination: Entrance examination shall be conducted by the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Nursing and Midwifery Central Selection Committee on Saturday, 23rd June, 2018.

II.    POST BASIC GENERAL NURSING
This is an eighteen-month programme commencing in April, 2019.
Requirements
Applicants must:

1. possess WAEC, SSCE/GCE or NECO, SSCE/GCE with 5 credits (at not more than two sittings) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

2. be a registered Midwife or Psychiatric Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

3. have at least one year post registration working experience after the one year Mandatory Community Service (Midwives only).

Method of Application
Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Head of Department (Nursing Education) OAUTHC, Ile – Ife on payment of Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only.
PAYABLE VIA REMITA AT SKYE BANK BRANCHES IN OAUTHC, ILE- IFE.
Passport Photograph
Two recent identical passport photographs should be attached to the application form.

Closing date.
Completed application forms should be returned to the office where the form was obtained on or before Friday, 15th June, 2018.

Test and Selection Interview
Written Test: Tuesday, 3rd July, 2018
Oral Interview: Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th July, 2018

III.    PERI-OPERATIVE NURSING
This is a twelve-month programme commencing in November 2018.
Requirements
Applicants must:

1. possess, WAEC, SSCE/GCE or NECO, SSCE/GCE with five (5) credits (at not more than two sittings) in English Language, and at least one Science subject i.e. Physics, Chemistry or Biology for candidates who finished General Nursing before year 2006.

2. possess credits in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology for candidates who finished General Nursing from year 2006.

3. be a registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

4. have at least one year post qualification experience.

Method of Application
Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Co-ordinator, School of Perioperative Nursing, OAUTHC, Ile- Ife on payment of Seven Thousand, five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only.
PAYABLE VIA REMITA AT SKYE BANK BRANCH IN OAUTHC, ILE- IFE
Passport Photograph
Two recent identical passport photographs should be attached to the application form

Closing Date
Completed application form with photocopies of relevant credentials should be returned to the office of the Co-Ordinator, School of Perioperative Nursing on or before Friday, 25th May, 2018.

Test and Selection Interview
Written Test: Tuesday, 12th June, 2018
Oral Interview: Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th June, 2018

IV. POST BASIC MIDWIFERY
This is an eighteen-month programme commencing in September, 2018.
Requirements
Applicants must:

1. possess WAEC, SSCE/GCE or NECO, SSCE/GCE with five (5) credits (at not more than two sittings) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

2. be a registered Nurse (RN) with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

Method of Application
Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Head of Department (Nursing Education) OAUTHC, Ile- Ife or Principal, School of Midwifery, Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa on payment of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only.

PAYABLE VIA REMITA AT SKYE BANK BRANCH IN OAUTHC, ILE- IFE AND WGH, ILESA.

Passport Photograph
Two recent identical passport photographs should be attached to the application form.

Closing Date
Completed application forms should be returned to the office of the Head of Department (Nursing Education) or Principal, School of Midwifery, Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa on or before Friday, 15th June, 2018.

Test and Selection Interview
Written Test: Tuesday, 3rd July, 2018
Oral Interview: Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th July, 2018


12 Important Things You Should Know About The JAMB Mock Exam

The JAMB mock examination for 2018 has been scheduled to hold on 26th February, 2018 as indicated on your mock e-slip.


Going by some questions we have received from candidates concerning the mock examination, we have decided to clarify some issues concerning it. So below are 12 things you should know about the JAMB mock exam...

1. The JAMB Mock Exam is not compulsory
2. The reason for the JAMB mock examination is only to give you an idea on what the JAMB CBT feels like.
3. The mock exam is not a requirement to write the main exam. So that you did not participate in the mock exam does not mean you are not qualified to write the main exam.
4. The result of the mock exam will NOT be added to the result of the main examination.
5. If you earlier indicated interest to write the mock exam and later changed your mind, there is no problem at all. JAMB will not penalize you for that. You will still write the main JAMB exam like every other registered candidate.
6. The questions that will appear during the Mock exam are not necessarily the questions that will appear during the main exam.
7. The mock Exam is expected to start 7:00am at the various centers. Though there will be different sessions.
8. There will be no MAKE UP test if you miss the mock exam.
9. For the mock examination, candidates’ venue will be within the state they registered for their 2018 UTME.
10. You are expected to come to the mock exam centre with a copy of your JAMB mock examination slip or printout
11. Bags, mobile phones, calculators and other electronic devices are not allowed in the examination centre.
12. Ensure you take breakfast, and arrive your centre early. Also hold some extra cash in case of the unexpected.
13. Please note that the mock examination is absolutely FREE! Do not pay any money to any CBT Centre for anything


JAMB Begins eMailing Mock Exam Slips for 2018 UTME


We're pleased to inform you that the JAMB Mock Examination Slips for 2018 are now being distributed via Email by JAMB. Those who registered for 2018 UTME and selected to write the Mock Exam, using their correct email addresses should get it delivered to them in the coming days.

Remember that JAMB had slated the Mock Exam to hold on Monday, 26th Feb, 2018, while the Main UTME is expected to begin as from 9th March, 2018.

Those who indicated interest to write the Mock, and are yet to receive any email from JAMB can try login into their JAMB profile online to see if access has been granted to them to print the slip. If you have been granted access, please come back here and share with others, so you can guide us.

If you have any issues about the 2018 JAMB, please post it as a comment to enable the SolutionClass Community help you.

Goodluck!


Non-Teaching Staff Of Federal Universities Vows To Continue Strike

Members of f non-teaching staffs of federal universities in Nigeria have vowed that their ongoing strike will continue until their demands are acceded to by the government. 


The workers, operating under the umbrella of Joint Action Committee (JAC) have been on a nationwide strike which enters the 78th day on Tuesday.

Hope that the strike which has led to suspension of some essential services in federal government owned universities across the country is dim as the government has initiated any form of negotiation with the workers over their demands.

Speaking with SaharaReporters, the Chairman of University of Lagos (UNILAG) branch of Non-Academic Staffs Union of Universities, Comrade Kehinde Ajibade accused the federal government of insensitivity to the plight of the workers.

Ajibade asked Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu to ensure that government fulfill its part of the agreement reached in 2009 with workers which led to the call off of similar strike in 2009.
"Until the federal government honor our agreement, we would not resume. The federal government should do the needful, respect our agreement and meet our demands," said Ajibade.

Likewise, Comrade Gbenga, Acting Chairman of Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, SSANU, UNILAG branch lamented that federal government has failed to live up to the terms of agreement it signed with the union after a previous two - week warning strike.
"There was a 2-week warning strike, which we suspended because we signed a memorandum of agreement with the federal government. The memorandum stipulates payment of our two years allowance, implementation of a ruling of Industrial Court that workers in the universities' staff schools should be absorbed to the university, end in usurpation of duties of non-teaching staff by the teaching staff among other things. But terms of agreement has not been met by the federal government until this moment of total strike."

He, therefore, added that the responsibility of determining how soon the strike will be called off is in the hands of the federal government.


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UNILORIN 2017/18 Freshers Orientation Programme Schedule Out


The Management of the University Of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has announced the date for the Newly admitted students Orientation Programme for 2017/2018 academic session.

THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR FRESH STUDENTS IN THE 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION IS SCHEDULED TO HOLD BETWEEN 27TH FEBRUARY AND 1ST MARCH, 2018 IN THE UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM.

ALL NEW STUDENTS ARE TO BE SEATED BY 9.00AM EACH DAY AND IT IS MANDATORY FOR ALL THE NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENTS TO ATTEND THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME AND SIGN THE ATTENDANCE REGISTER.

THE SCHEDULE OF THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR EACH FACULTY IS INDICATED BELOW:

TUESDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY, 2018
FACULTIES OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, PHARMACY, VETERINARY MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES.

WEDNESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY, 2018
FACULTIES OF EDUCATION, SOCIAL SCIENCES, BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES, CLINICAL SCIENCES AND COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCES

THURSDAY, 1ST MARCH, 2018
FACULTIES OF ARTS, LIFE SCIENCES, LAW, MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.
SIGNED:

M. S ADEGOKE
FOR: *DEAN, STUDENT AFFAIRS UNIT,* UNILORIN


Annual National Maths 2018/19 15th [1st & 2nd Stage] Competition Results Out

We are using this medium to notify all the Parents and Teachers whom their wards participated in the first stage of the 15th Annual National Mathematics Competition (ANMC) that the results has been published online.



All Students, Parents and Teachers are to proceed online to check their wards results online.

Important Notice : The Results of The First Round of the 15th Annual National Mathematics Competition are out now!

Note: Scaled Score is calculated differently in every state. It is calculated according to the section average of the state.

Note: Results for other states will be announced before the 23rd of February, 2018.

FIRST ROUND RESULTS
 ADAMAWA AKWA-IBOM
 ANAMBRA BAUCHI BAYELSA
 BORNO CROSS-RIVER
 EBONYI EDO
 EKITI ENUGU FCT
 GOMBE IMO JIGAWA
 KADUNA KANO KATSINA
 KEBBI KOGI KWARA
 NASARAWA
 OSUN
 OYO PLATEAU
 SOKOTO YOBE
Parents can download the answer key for the  1st stage held on the  3rd of February 2018 and cross-check wards performance score via the link>>> Answer Key 15th ANMC
Please Note that Only the best five each state will be invited for the second round of the competition which will take place on the 6th of April 2018 at four centres only, NTIC Abuja, Kaduna, Kano and Ogun.

AAU 2018 NYSC Batch ‘A’ Mobilization Exercise Instructions & Guidelines

The Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma (AAU) Dean of Students Affair wishes to inform all Heads of Department that preparation for the NYSC 2018 Batch ‘A’ mobilization exercise has commenced.


Consequently, all Heads of Department are please requested to come to the Students’ Affairs Division with their Laptop and Modem to enable us create User Account and Password for them, and also for them to forward their soft and hard copies of Bio-Data of all their students whose final degree examination results had been approved by Senate but were not previously mobilized for service to the Students’-Affairs Division.

Detailed guidelines are as follows.

1. That each Head of Department should forward the Blo-data’Of their students whose final, Degree Results had been approved by Senate to the Dean of Students Such Bio-data must be in accordance with each Batch of Result in a giver Academic Session (see attached format)

2. That the Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences and Head, Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, should please, forward only the Bio-data of their students who will be completing their houseman-ship/internship by the 1st week of March, 2018 or those with evidence of completing theirs.

3. That the Bio-data of each student should be obtained from the student’s personal file as submitted on admission to the Department.

4. That the Head of Department should not accept or forward the name of any student found to have mutilated his/her date of birth in the eligibility form in the personal file. Such students’ should be referred to the Student Affairs Officer.

5. That the Head of Department should personally sign each page of the Bio-data list before submission.

6. That each Batch of Senate Approved Result for any particular Academic Session should be attached to each of the Bio-data list (for guidance only)

7. That on no account should a student whose bio-data was earlier submitted to the by the Department or who was previously mobilized by NYSC or exempted for any reason, be Included on the required list. Such students should be referred to the Students’ Affairs Officer for re-validation or counseling.

8. That on no account should a student who had beet expelled, suspended, rusticated, withdrawn or facing any disciplinary action, be included on the list by the Head of Department.

9. That the Blo-data list and the Senate approved result of Part-Time or Sandwich Students be collated separately Batch by Batch, in accordance with each Academic Session and forward same to the Dean of Students to enable the NYSC process their Exemption/Exclusion Certificates.

10. That Part-Time/Sandwich Students do not need JAMB Registration number for NYSC mobilization, only phone number is needed

11. That any married woman desirous of concessional posting be requested to see the Students’ Affairs Officer with an Application, Marriage Certificate, Newspaper Publication of change of name and a letter from her husbands employer

12. That such married women whose husbands are self-employed are requested to obtain such letters from the Local Government Secretariat where their husbands reside ..

13. That all Heads of Department are advised to personally handle the Bio-data list of their students, as any overage student mobilized for service would be traced to the Head of Department concerned.

14. That any Head of Department who is in doubt of any aspect of the above guidelines should see the Senior Assistant Registrar (Students) or Data Entry Officer for clarification.

15. That any submission not in conformity with the above guidelines will not be accepted by the Division

16. That NYSC has designed a Platform for all Departments of all Corps Producing Institutions.

Hence, all the Heads of Department/ or their representative should come to Students’ Affairs Division to obtain their User Account and password for data entry from 14th February to 28th of February 2018 .

All such entries should reach the Dean of Students on or before Monday, 12th March 2018 , without fail.

Note: Expedite action to avoid not mobilizing your students, please. Thank you in anticipation, for your cooperation.


Federal Poly Nekede 2017/18 Matriculation Ceremony Date Out


Authorities of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede Owerri cordially invites all Parents, Staff, Guardians and the entire Polytechnic Community to the Matriculation Ceremony of Freshers/Newly Admitted Students Into ND1 and HND1 2017/2018 Academic Session.

The Matriculation Ceremony Date is scheduled to hold on Wednesday 28th February, 2018.

Venue: Ceremonial Ground, School Premises
Time: 10am

All Guest are expected to be seated before the Ceremony Commencement Date.

Yobe State University Convocation Academic Gowns Collection Procedure for Graduands

Yobe State University, YSU convocation academic gown collection procedure for graduands.


This is to inform all Yobe State University Graduands from 2012 to 2017 that, the Maiden Convocation and 11th Anniversary Ceremony of the University is scheduled to take place on 24th February, 2018. In view of that, graduands are to collect their Academic gowns on payment of ₦500 at United Bank of Africa (UBA).

See also: Yobe State University Maiden Combined (1st-5th Set) Convocation & 11th Anniversary Ceremonies Programme of Events .

a) All graduands are expected to sign for and collect their academic gowns from the Dean, Student Affairs Office.

i) Graduands are expected to pay the sum of
₦500 into Account Name: U.B.A YSU Account Number: 1006400111, submit the teller at the University Bursary Department and collect a receipt for the collection of Academic Gowns, Order of Proceedings, Alumni Association registration and issuance of Certificate permit. Note that Payment receipt should be presented at the offices designated for the collection of the aforementioned items.

ii) Collection of Gowns: Tuesday, 20th to Friday 23rd February, 2018.

iii) Please note also that Academic Gowns must be returned not later than Monday 26th February, 2018.

b) Graduands are requested to assemble at the Convocation Square on Saturday 24th February, 2018 between 8:00 A.M. – 9:00A.M. Graduands should note that they must be fully robbed and in queues according to their respective Faculties.

c) All Graduands must wear the prescribed Academic Gowns. The Security Unit has been instructed to strictly enforce a “No Gown, No Entry” policy for graduands.

d). Parking lots have been provided for use at the Venue. Guests are to park their cars in areas indicated on their invitation cards.

NO GUEST (WHO SHALL BE IDENTIFIED WITH THEIR INVITATION CARD), INCLUDING GRADUANDS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS, WILL BE ADMITTED INTO THE VENUE AFTER 9:45A.M.

GRADUANDS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO LEAVE THE CONVOCATON VENUE BEFORE THE END OF THE CEREMONY.

GRADUANDS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO COMPLY WITH THESE ARRANGEMENTS.


Yobe State University Maiden Combined (1st-5th Set) Convocation & 11th Anniversary Ceremonies Programme of Events

Yobe State University, YSU maiden convocation and 11th anniversary ceremonies programme of events.


The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Yakubu Mukhtar, is pleased to announce and invite graduands, their parents/guardians, friends of the University and the general public to the Maiden combined Convocation and 11th Anniversary Ceremony for the graduates of 2012/2013 to 2016/2017 of the University, scheduled to hold on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th February, 2018.

YSU CONVOCATION & ANNIVERSARY CEREMONY PROGRAMME OF EVENTS.

FRIDAY 23RD FEBRUARY, 2018

Convocation Lecture

Convocation Lecturer by: Prof. Horace G.C Campbell

Kwame Nkrumah Chair, University of Ghana, Legion

Topic: “African Reconstruction & Transformation: Challenge for the Next Generation”.

Venue: Ibrahim Gaidam Hall, Auditorium, Yobe State University, Damaturu
Time: 4:00 P.M.

Chancellor’s Dinner

Venue: ——–

Time: 8:00 P.M.

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY, 2018
Installation of Chancellor, Award of Diplomas, First Degrees, Honorary Degree & Presentation of Prizes

Venue: Yobe State University Convocation Square

Time: 8:00 A.M. prompt


Delta State School of Health Technology Admission Form for 2018/2019 Out Online


Delta State School of Health Technology, DELSOTECH admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is now on sale.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified members of the public to the Delta State School of Health Technology, Ofuoma-Ughelli, admission for the 2018/2019 academic session.

AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES AT DELTA STATE SCHOOL OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY.

Available Departments/Programmes with entry requirement are as follows:

A. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH.

(i) Community Health Extension Worker’ Course (3yrs) Diploma
(ii) Junior Community Health Extension Workers’ Course (2yrs) Certificate
(iii) RetraineeJCHEW (2yrs) Diploma

B. DEPARTMENT OF DISPENSING OPTICIANRY

(i) Dispensing Opticianry (3yrs) Diploma

C. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

(i) Environmental Health Technology (2yrs) ND
(ii) Environmental Health Technology (2yrs) HND
(iii) Environmental Health Technician Course (3yrs) Tech. Diploma
(iv) Environmental Health Assistant (EHA) Course (2yrs) Asst. Certificate

D. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EDUCATION

(i) Health Education Course (3yrs) Diploma

(ii) Health Education (2yrs) ND (WAHEB)

E. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION

(i) Health Information Management Technician Course (3yrs) Prof. Diploma
(ii) Health Information Management (ND) Course (2yrs) ND
(iii) Health Information Management (HND) Course (2yrs) HND

F. DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

(i) Nutrition and Dietetics Course (2yrs) ND
(ii) Nutrition and Dietetics (2yrs) H.N.D.

G. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL LABORATORY

(i) Medical Laboratory Technicians Course (3yrs) Tech. Cert.
(ii) Re-trainee Medical Laboratory Technician (2yrs) Tech. Cert.

H. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

(i) Public Health Nursing Officers’ Course (2yrs) HND
(ii) Health Assistant Course (18 months) Asst. Certificate
(iii) Health Technician Course (3 yrs) Certificate

I. DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

(i) Pharmacy Technician Course (3 yrs) Tech. Certificate

J. DEPARTMENT OF IMAGE PROCESSING

(i) Image Processing Technician (3yrs) Tech. Certificate

K. DEPARTMENT OF PARAMEDICS

(i) Paramedics (2yrs) ND.

L. DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL HEALTH

(i) Dental Health Technician (3yrs) O.N.D

M. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

(i) Science Laboratory Technology (2yrs) ND

DELTA STATE SCHOOL OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.

( Ai) COMMUNITY HEALTH EXTENSION WORKERS (CHEW) COURSE

Prospective candidates should possess five (5) credits at WASC, NECO, or GCE ‘O’ Level at not more than two (2) sittings. The five credit must be in the following subject; Biology, English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics .
RetraineeJCHEW: Prospective candidates must be holders of JCHEW certificate with at least two (2) years of post qualification in addition to (Ai) above.

(Aii) JUNIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH EXTENSION WORKERS (JCHEW)

Prospective candidates must possess three (3) credits WASC, NECO, SSSC, or GCE ‘O’ level examination at not more than two (2) sittings. The three (3) credits must include: English Language, Biology, Mathematics and any other two passes which include (i) an one of Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Food and Nutrition, and anyone (1) of Economic, Agricultural Science, Accountants or Commerce.

(Bi) DISPENSING OPTICIANRY COURSE

Prospective candidates should posses four (4) credit passes in WASC, SSCE, NECO or GCE ‘O’ level examinations. The four (4) credits and one (1) should be in the following subjects, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English Language.

(Ci) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY (ND)

Prospective candidates should possess five credits passes in WASC, SSCE, NECO, or GCE ‘O’ level examinations at not more than two (2) sittings or its equivalent as may be approved by EHORECON or WAHEB. The subjects must include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

(Cii) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY (HND)

Prospective candidates must possess National Diploma (ND) in Environmental Health Technology with evidence of completion of one (1) year relevant work experience (Industrial Training) in addition to Ci above.

(Ciii) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Prospective candidates should possess three (3) credits and two (2) passes in WAEC, NECO, and GCE ‘O’ level or Teacher (TC II) certificates at not more than two (2) sittings. The three (3) credits and two (2) passes must include the following subjects: English Language, Biology/Health Science. Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Technical Drawing and any other subjects.
Mathematics would be an advantage.
Note: For the purpose of this course science subjects are: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science and Health Science.

(Civ) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ASSISTANT

Prospective candidates should possess four (4) passes in WASC, SSSC, and GCE ‘O’ level or NECO GRADE II or NABTEB certificates at not more than two (2) sittings.

The four (4) passes must include a pass in one (1) Science subject, Biology/Health Science, Chemistry, Nutrition, Physics, General Science or Integrated Science and English Language.

Note: Combined results for Gi – Gii must be from the same examination body. i.eSSCE and SSCE or NECO and NECO.

(Di) HEALTH EDUCATION TECHNICIAN

Prospective candidates should possess four credit passes in WASC, SSSC, and GCE ‘O’ level or NECO examinations. This credit passes should include Mathematics, English Language, Biology or Health Science and any one (1) of the following subjects: Chemistry, Economics or Geography at not more than two (2) sittings.

(Dii) HEALTH EDUCATION (ND)

Prospective candidate should possess five (5) credits in WASC, SSCE or GCE O’ Level or NECO examinations. This credit should include Mathematics, English Language, Biology/ Health Science, Chemistry and Physics.

(Ei) HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN

Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credit passes in WASC, SSC, GCE ‘O’ level, NECO or NABTEB examination or its equivalent, which must include credit in English Language, Biology/Health Science, Chemistry/Physics, Mathematics and any one other subject at not more than two (2) sittings.

(Eii) HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (ND)

Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credit passes in WASC, SSCE, GCEO’level, NECO or NABTEB examination or its equivalent which must include English Language, Biology, Chemistry/Physics, Mathematics and any other one subject at not more than two sittings..

(Eii) HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (HND)

a) Prospective candidates must possess National Diploma (ND) in H.I.M with minimum Lower Credit or Professional Diploma in H.I.M by HRORBN, with evidence of completion of one (1) year relevant work experience in an accredited health institution approved by the Board, b) Candidates with a pass (GPA 2.00 – 2.49) at the ND level with two (2) or more year post ND cognate work experience may be considered for admission into the HNDprogramme.

c) In addition to Eii above..

(Fi) NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (ND)

Prospective candidates should possess four (4) credits passes in WASC, SSSC and GCE ‘O’ level or NECO examination at not more than two sittings. The subject must include: Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any other two (2) of the following: Mathematics, Food and Nutrition, Physics, Economics/Commerce, Health Science, Home Management, English Language, Basic Catering ad Food Services.
At least passes in English Language and Mathematics are compulsory.

(Fii) NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (HND)

Prospective candidates should possess the requirement for Fi above, a minimum of Lower Credit (CGPA 2.50 and above) in the cognate ND examination and a minimum of one year cognate work experience. In exceptional cases, ND Diploma with(CGPA OF 2.49) in the ND examination that had two or more years of cognate experience in the specific field may be considered for admission into the HNDprogramme in Nutrition & Dietetics.
Gi) MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credit at not more than two (2) sittings in WASC, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level, NECO or NABTEB examinations. The subject must include credits in Biology, Chemistry, English Language, Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings.

(Gii) Retrainee MLA: Prospective candidates must possess Medical Laboratory Assistant Certificate with two (2) years post qualification in addition toGi above.

(Giii) OND (in SLT): Candidates with OND in SLT in addition to the requirements in Gi above may be considered for admission into the 200 level of the programme.

Candidates for Medical Laboratory Technician/Assistant: Whose SSCE, NECO or its equivalent qualifications are more than five years by 2018 are not eligible for admission

(Hi) PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credit passes which must include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects in WASC, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level or NECO examinations at not more than two (2) sittings plus either b, c or d below.

Registered Nurse (RN)

Registered Midwife (RM) Certificate or any other basic nursing certificate e.g Psychiatric Nursing certificate plus one year post qualification.

BNSC candidate from Universities accredited by NUC, NMCN and WAHEB.

(Hii) HEALTH TECHNICIAN
a) Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credits which must include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology and any other two (2) Credits in WASC, SSCE, GCE or NECO examination at not more than two (2) sittings.

(Hiii) HEALTH ASSISTANT
Prospective candidates should possess five (5) passes in WASC, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level or NECO examinations at not more than two (2) sittings. The passes must include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology and any other two (2) relevant subjects.

(I) PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
Prospective candidates should possess WASCE, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level or NECO certificates with five (5) credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics at not more than two (2) sittings.
(J) IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
Prospective candidates should possess three (3) credits in GCE, WAEC, SSCE, or NECO which must include: English Language, Mathematics and one (i) of either Chemistry, Physics or Biology at not more than one sitting.

(K) PARAMEDICS (ND)
Prospective candidates must possess five (5) credit in WASC, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level or NECO examinations at not more than two (2) sittings. The subjects must include English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.

(L) DENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN
Prospective candidates should possess five (5) credits in GCE, WASC, SSCE or NECO which must include: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than two (2) sittings.

(M) SCIENCE LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (ND)
Prospective candidates should possess four (4) credits in WASC, SSCE, GCE ‘O’ level or NECO which must include: Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English Language Mathematics and any other two of the following: Biology or Agricultural Science, Chemistry and Physics.

Note: All candidates applying for National Diploma (N.D.) programmes are required to obtain JAMB form and sit for JAMB examination as well.

HOW TO APPLY FOR DELTA STATE SCHOOL OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ADMISSION.

1. Candidates are advised to Read the requirement for each course before choosing their course/programme of choice. The college is not liable for candidate failure to read and know the requirements for each course before they make their choices.

2. Ensure that all spaces are correctly filled in the online submission of the form.
The college is not liable for candidate failure to fill correctly all spaces before the online submission of the form.

3. Candidates are expected to print out an acknowledgment/identification card to be presented on the day of entrance examination

4. Candidates are to obtain pin number from any zenith bank branch in Nigeria, on payment of a non-refundable fee of eight thousand five hundred #9,500 only and log onto the school website www.deltashtportal.com to register online.

5. Candidates are expected to print out an acknowledgement/identification card to be presented on the day of the entrance examination.

DELTA STATE SCHOOL OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ADMISSION ENTRANCE EXAM DATE & REQUIREMENTS.
Entrance Exam holds on Friday, 6th July, 2018 Time: 9 am
The following are the items to come with:

a. Original and photocopy of credentials

b. SSCE, NECO OR WAEC

c. Local government of origin

d. Birth cetificate or age declaration

e. Two(2) recent passport photograph

f. Affidavit of change of name

g. A copy of the online registration print out

h. Letter of attestation

i. Writinig materials

j. No calculator or handset is allowed into the exam hall.


Bauchi State University Matriculation Date & Procedure for Collection of Academic Gowns for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Bauchi State University, Gadau, BASUG matriculation ceremony date and procedure for collection of Academic Gowns for the 2017/2018 academic session.

This is to inform all the fresh students of the Bauchi State University, Gadau (BASUG), that the management is organizing a Matriculation Exercise for the 2017/2018 Academic Session on Wed, 28th February, 2018 for Gadau & Misau Campuses and Wed, 7th March, 2018 for Bauchi Campus.

All Fresh Students are to pay the sum of
N1,000.00 each into FBN A/C 2019665054 or
FCMB A/C 1960810033 latest by Tuesday 27th Feb., 2018 .

They are to collect their Academic Gowns as well as the Oath Form on presentation of a copy of the electronic teller for the payment for the Academic Gown hire as follows:-

1. Faculty of Arts & Education Central Stores, Gadau Campus

2. Faculty of Basic Health Science                  Students’ Affairs Office

3. Faculty of Science Bursary Department, Gadau Campus

4. Faculty of Law Office of the Faculty Officer

5. Faculty of Social & Mgt Sciences               Bursary Department, Bauchi Campus

Academic gowns and oath forms are to be collected latest by 4.00pm on Tuesday 27th February and 6th of March 2018 respectively .

Note: It is mandatory for all Fresh students to participate in the exercise.

All students are directed to return the academic gowns to their point of collection latest by Monday 5th March and 12th March 2018.

Loss of the academic gown attracts a penalty of N10,000.00 (Ten thousand Naira ) while late return attracts a penalty of N500.00 ( Five hundred Naira ) per day..


FUAM School Fees Payment Deadline for 2017/2018 Published


Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, FUAM school fees payment deadline for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The management of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (FUAM), has announced the deadline for the payment of school fees for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Please recall that Senate had earlier directed that students must pay all outstanding school charges on or before January 15, 2018.

You are by this reminder requested to pay your school charges on or before Wednesday, 28th February, 2018.

Only students who have paid all school charges will be considered as bona fide students and will be legible to take examinations.


UPDATED: UI Acceptance Fee Amount & Payment Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session

University of Ibadan, UI acceptance fee payment details for 2017/2018 academic session newly admitted students have been released.


Latest Update: This is to inform all candidates who have printed their admission letters, that due to some technical reasons, the payment portal has not been opened as earlier stated. The portal will now open from Friday 16 February 2018 to 8 March 2018.

Following the release of the University of Ibadan, UI admission list, the management of the institution released the amount payable by candidates offered provisional admission as ACCEPTANCE FEE, likewise the payment procedure.

Candidates are expected to pay Thirty-Five Thousand Naira only (N35, 000:00) ACCEPTANCE FEE using the approved payment mode on http://admissions.ui.edu.ng .

The payment portal will open from Friday 16 February 2018 to 8 March 2018.
Candidates whose admission has been approved, but yet to be accepted are advised to proceed to Jamb Portal to accept the offer on CAPS. They cannot pay the acceptance fee until they have accepted and printed their admission letters.

Information on clearance will be released in due course.
For further enquiry / clarification, please call 08144110703.

Note: Candidates are strongly advised not to transact any business with any other person/persons, corporate or any other site other than the University of Ibadan Website.


How To Know Your 2018 JAMB Mock Exam Schedule (Venue & Time)

Considering that the JAMB Mock exam is just few days from now, we expect JAMB to send details concerning candidates’ Venue and time any moment from now.
JAMB had earlier announced that candidates will be sent their mock exam schedule via email and text messages.

We equally expect JAMB to provide means for candidates who are unable to get email and sms notifications to print their mock slips online as well.

Notwithstanding, we advise all those who indicated interest to write the Mock Exam to please check their emails regularly from now and look pout for such notification from JAMB in that regard. Please be sure to check both your inbox and SPAM folder.
If you find anything, please don't hesitate to come back here and let us know your findings, so as to alert other candidates.

How To Know If You Are Qualified For JAMB Mock Exam, 2018

Since the announcement of the Mock examination date , many candidates have been asking how they would know if they are to partake in the mock examination. Some are even asking how they would register for the mock examination.

I will take a little time to explain that so it will be clear to you. There are two ways to know if you are qualified for the JAMB Mock examination.

1. If you indicated interest to partake in the mock examination during UTME Registration: To qualify for the mock examination, candidates must have indicated interest on that during the UTME registration. If you did not indicate interest to partake in the mock examination while you were registering for 2018 UTME, it means you are not qualified to partake in the mock examination.

2. If you are able to print your JAMB Mock exam slip or if JAMB sends you mock exam schedule: JAMB will soon notify candidates about their mock exam venue and time via emails or Phone numbers or ask candidates to visit the portal and print out their mock exam slip. So if you happen not to receive any mock exam schedule notification from JAMB or if you are not able to print your mock exam schedule when it is time for that, you are simply NOT qualified to partake in the mock exam.

Please note that the date for printing of mock exam schedule has not been announced and JAMB has not started sending mock exam schedule to candidates. We will inform you when that begins.

I believe with this clarification it won’t be hard for you to figure out if you are qualified for the mock exam or not.

We Set-Up Rogue Centres To Catch Exam Cheats - JAMB


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede was a guest on Ray Power fm’s political and current affairs programme, ‘Political Platform’ where he answered and discussed a wide range of questions.

Speaking on the tendency of candidates to cheat despite reforms he has championed to curtail such, he explained :

“Even when JAMB sets-up rogue centres (to catch cheats), you find that it is these same poor people that you are fighting for, that pay N200,000 and we disqualify such students.”

The professor lamented the way parents facilitate cheating especially “mothers in particular (that are) determined to make graduates of their children at all cost”.

He expressed displeasure at the sensationalism attached to the Snake swallowing N36 million story which he explained is purely criminal and should be treated as such.

The JAMB Registrar also explained that the board is now checking accounts of fraudsters promising ‘miracle centres’ to identify candidates that have paid into those accounts to circumvent the exam process stating that; “we are now disqualifying such candidates”.

He also criticized journalists for not asking poignant questions at important times such as when some dubious officials were selling JAMB scratch card for up to N12,000 instead of N5,200 before he got appointed to the board.

Responding to some of his critics who had complained about the billions he returned to government as against previous administrations at the board, he retorted: “I don’t know what they want me to do with government money”.

The major takeaway from this interview has to be that candidates need to prepare and try to pass JAMB examination without cheating because the board is serious about disqualifying cheats who are also liable for criminal prosecution.


BUK Postgraduate School Fees Schedule for 2017/2018 Academic Session


Bayero University, Kano, BUK postgraduate school fees schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session.
Authorities of the Bayero University, Kano (BUK) have released the amount payable as school fees by the postgraduate students for the 2017/2018 academic session.

BUK POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE.

Registration fees are reflected on student’s BUKPPF, to be paid using Remita e-Payments and e-Collection platform (click here for the payment procedure). Make sure you carefully read, understand and follow the payment procedure, as BUK will not be liable for any lost of funds as a result of incorrect data entry . Students must make sure that they entered ALL the information of the BUKPPF
EXACTLY . Students must also ensure that
Name of MDA
Name of Service/Purpose
Description
Amount to Pay (₦)
Registration No.
BUKPPF ID
Payer’s Full Name
Payer’s Email
Payer’s Phone

are captured exactly as they are written on the BUKPPF. Note that Payer (Payer’s Full Name, Payer’s Email, Payer’s Phone) means the student, so even if the student is not the one making the payment (payment by proxy) make sure to use the student information. Any misinformation may lead to unnecessary delay in validating and processing of payment. Payments are usually validated and processed within 24/48 hours of making payment.

Check BUK PG school fees schedule below:

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

CLICK HERE ()

BUK PG school fees PAYMENT will close on Friday, 2nd of March 2018. Late Registration for all students attracts ₦5,000 additional charges. Late registration period is from Monday, 05 March 2018 to Sunday, 11 March 2018


Chevron Nigeria Internship Programme for Students

Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) provides temporary employment to university, polytechnic and high school students required to participate in mandatory learning programs to gain work experience in their chosen career and also provides opportunity for interns to learn about the company's business, culture and core values.


Chevron is accepting online applications from qualified Nigerian students whose internship program commences from July to December 2018. Placement is available in the Lagos and Warri office.


Qualifications:

Candidate must be a Nigerian

Internship must be mandatory to complete the school's program leading to Bachelors, Masters' Degree or Diploma as applicable

Demonstrated high level of academic performance

Good communication, leadership, teamwork and problem-solving skills

Strong work ethic with internal drive to succeed
Chevron provides:

An innovative workplace where we apply the latest technologies to exploration, production, reservoir managment and the entire value chain group.

Opportunities to enable you use what you have learned, expand your knowledge and benefit from invaluable on-the-job experience.

Hands-on technical exposure which will expand your knowledge of the industry and accelerate your professional development.

An effective environment where integrity and ingenuity is valued.
How to apply:

Visit the Online Application Portal

Create an account

Upload your current resume

Upload your Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) letter or support letter from your institution using the "cover letter" tab
           If possible the letter from your institution should state

           -  your Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

           -  expected start date and duration of internship

otherwise upload a separate statment from your institution showing the CGPA and any additional document on the "additional document" tab

Provide responses to all the fields on your Profile

Type NIL in the "previous employment" box, if you have no experience otherwise state your previous internship details

Select the field related to your course of study in the "preferred type of work" box

Respond to all the questions as required

Click the apply button to complete your application

You will receive a confirmation e-mail

NOTE:

The following fields are mandatory and must be fully completed. Not completing them may disqualify your application.

1)  Email

2)  Mobile Number

3) Institution

4)  Academic Discipline

5)  Degree

6)  State your Internship start and end dates