JAMB Releases UTME Admission cut-off mark
Candidates who sat for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) 2015 may have reason to smile as JAMB after her meeting tuesday release the cut-off mark for admission into all tertiary institutions in Nigeria. According to the Institution’s registrar, Dibu Ojerinde, at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday,.....
Imo gets first Private University
The desire for more higher Institution in Imo State receives boost as the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in her Weekly meeting Wednesday approved Hezekaih University, Umudi,Nkwere Local Government Area,Imo State. The Federal Minister for Information, Senator Patricia Akwashiki, while briefing State Correspondents as monitored by Imostateonline.com states that Hazekaih University.....
ASUP to commence indefinite strike Wednesday
ACADEMIC Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, weekend, threatened to embark on indefinite strike from Wednesday if the Federal Government failed to attend to all pending issues raised in its ultimatum. ASUP had on February 11, issued a two-week strike notice to the Federal Government to implement the agreement it reachedwith.....
Protests: UNN suspends postgraduate programmes
The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) on Sunday announced the indefinite suspension of its postgraduate programmes. The Public Relations Officer of the university, Mr Okw’n Omeaku, said in a statement made available to the Newsmenn that the suspension followed the postgraduate students’ protests and restiveness. “Management has directed immediate suspension.....
70% of candidates fail Nov/Dec WASSCE
Of the 246,853 candidates who sat for the November/December 2014 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, only 72,522 candidates, representing 29.37 per cent, obtained credits in five subjects, including Mathematics and English Language. This puts the percentage of failed candidates at 70.63 per cent. However, the Head of the Nigeria.....
Students attack female teacher with machetes in Imo
A team of medical personnel are battling to save the life of Mrs. Mary-Ann Oguezuonu, a female teacher at Obosima Secondary Technical School, Ohaji-Egbema Local Government Area of Imo State, who was brutalized by irate male students of the college. Reports emanating from Obosima revealed that the students attacked the.....
54% of Nigerians are illiterates – Ex ASUU president
A former President, Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Oladipo Fashina, on Monday said that 54 per cent of Nigerians were illiterates. Fashina spoke at the opening of National Education Summit with theme “Toward a System of Education for Liberation in Nigeria,’’ held in Abuja. He said that only.....
Plateau: Teachers Protest Over Non-Payment Of 7 Months Salaries
Teachers in Plateau on Friday in Jos staged a protest rally over alleged non-payment of their seven months salaries by the state government. The state government says the delay is due to the on-going bio-metric data capturing of the teachers. An official of the government, Mr Nanle Dashe, told the.....
EBOLA SCARE: FG shuts schools till October 13
The Federal Government, yesterday, took far-reaching decisions to curtail the spread of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, in the country as it postponed the resumption of all primary and secondary schools till October 13, even as government cleared the air on the health status of a sister to the.....
Kalu lifts UNN, students
Donates computer sets, promises cash rewards Former governor of Abia State and Founder of SLOK Group, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, has made good his promise to students of the Depart­ment of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), this year by donating computer sets to the institution. This is even as.....
Mass failure as WAEC releases results
The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released its May/June 2014 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, recording mass failure in Mathematics and English Language. Announcing the results, Monday, at WAEC office, Yaba, the Head of National Office, WAEC, Mr. Charles Eguridu said: “A total of 529,425 candidates,.....
176 teachers killed in Nigeria’s restive north-east since 2011 – official
One hundred and seventy-six teachers have been killed and 900 schools destroyed in Nigeria’s Borno state since Boko Haram militants intensified their violent attacks in 2011, officials said Thursday. The governor of the northeastern state Kashim Shettima revealed the horrifying statistics in a statement to a committee attempting to make.....

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