BY ANKELI EMMANUEL, Sokoto The Sokoto State’s Education Revitalization and Strengthening Committee chaired by the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar 111 has assured that, it will amongst other things recommend the sacking of unqualified teachers as a way of ensuring success of the state of emergency declared on the education sector by Governor Aminu […]
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No fewer than 38 universities across the country have increased their tuition fees as a result of poor funding by the Federal and State governments.
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A ‘new’ secondary school curriculum has been the subject of controversy lately, as an alleged downgrading or outright removal of the Christian Religious Knowledge has inflamed religious sensibilities. LAOLU HAROLDS, NAZA OKOLI, CLEMENT IDOKO and [...]
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University of Ibadan(UI): reopens 2 July By Modupe Seriboh Authorities of the University of Ibadan(UI) on Friday announced July 2 for the re-opening of the institution for normal academic activities. The university was shut 29 May. According to the Director of Public Communications, Mr Olatunji Oladejo, the first semester examinations for the 2016/2017 academic session will start on
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Adetona Odukomaiya, Technical Director of the Lagos State Scrabble Association, on Friday, said plans were underway to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum in the state.
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FEES vary: From our findings, the fees vary depending on course, year (whether first year or returning student), federal, state or private university. In most cases, science courses cost more than non-science courses while professional courses like medicine and law cost even more.
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THE Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) says the need to ensure that youths imbibe standard and quality informed the organisation’s decision to establish Standard Clubs in primary and secondary schools across the country. Making this [...]
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The Federal Capital Territory Department of Mass Education (DME) has enrolled 13, 477 learners across the six zones in 2016 and made 4,648 residents attain basic literacy status. Mrs Justina Maimagani, the Acting Director, Administration [...]
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The Malaysian High Commissioner, Mr Datum Lim said that the introduction of Social Intellectual Progressive (SIP) Abacus would help strengthen the bridge in mathematical learning in Nigeria. Lim said this during the inauguration and presentation of the SIP and Brain Gym on Wednesday in Abuja. He urged Nigerians to adopt the SIPAbacus teaching method thatRead
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has urged GCE candidates to endeavour to collect their certificates within four years of writing the examination as any delay beyond that will attract custody fee.
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REGISTRY in the university system has been likened to the biological operation of the human heart which when functioning effectively pumps blood to all the cells in the body to keep it healthy and alive. [...]
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ANOTHER young Nigerian has again made academic history in far away Poland, graduating with a Cummulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.0 in Computer Technology from the University of Computer Sciences and Skills, Lodz, Poland.
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THE Education Rights Campaign, ERC, has called on the management of Yaba College of Technology, YABATECH, to totally reverse its fees hike for students of the institution noting that the decision to partially reverse fees of full time students to N22,500 was a half measure. It also asked the institution to reinstate its students' union starting with a caretaker committee, and the suspended students.
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In this era of recession, some families are finding it difficult to meet their most basic needs of shelter, food and clothing, and many more unable to afford sending their children to schools. In this report, Vanguard Learning presents the school fees of some tertiary institutions in Nigeria including federal, state and private institutions. This is to help prospective students and parents have a fair idea of what the fees are like so they can make informed decisions.
EXECUTIVE Secretary, Lagos State Technical and Vocational Education Board, LASTVEB, Mrs. Omolara Erogbogbo has posited that the way forward for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) yearly admission problems was embracing of technical education. She noted that if only students seeking admission into universities could embrace technical education, the issue of admission backlog and joblessness would have been over in the country.
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IN its bid to professionalise teaching in the country, the Federal Government has vowed not to employ persons without the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) certificate and licence. This was contained in a communique [...]