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JAMB 2017 Registration: Steps To Resolve And Avoid Cases Of Invalid E-Pins

​The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has been drawn to cases of candidates being unable to complete their registrations due to invalid E-PINS. According to JAMB, this is caused by the following; 1.A very high rate of candidates buying ePINS without creating their profile first. 2.Incorrect email address provided at the bank teller 3..Recent enforcement of email validation of ...

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utme registration: Jamb will resolve issue of Invalid pin today

​​The information reaching us from jamb is that all Candidates having issue with jamb pin and vending should not maks payment for another pin. The issue will be resolve by jamb today. Jamb has conduct thorough investigation and fully aware of the issues and all problems will be resolved without leaving any behind. Pending the time the issue will be ...

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MOCPED-UI Degree Admission List 2016/2017 Released

The authorities of Michael Otedola College of Primary Education (MOPCOED) in affiliation with the University of Ibadan (UI) has released the UTME and Direct Entry (DE) degree admission list for 2016/2017 academic session. Candidates can access the list online. To check the list, visit [a href=”http://mocped.edu.ng/admin/news/samples/documentary/admissionList_ui_2016_2017>mocped.edu.ng/admin/news/samples/documentary/admissionList_ui_2016_2017 Congratulations to the admitted ones!

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​The information reaching us from jamb is that all Candidates having issue with jamb pin and vending should not maks pay for another pin. The issue will be resolve by jamb today. Jamb has investigated and now aware of cause aaq

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Invalid Pin: JAMB warns candidates against buying another

​Authorities of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB has warned candidates registering in the ongoing, 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, not to buy new pins in case of invalid pins, adding, “The cause of the invalid pin has been investigated.” According to JAMB, the unforseen technical issues in the pin vending system was responsible. The Board who released ...

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UNILORIN 2017 Sandwich Contact Session Admission Form Released 

​Applications are hereby invited from qualified candidates for admission into the underlisted programmes of the Institute of Education, University of Ilorin, for the 2017 Sandwich Contact Session. LIST OF AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENT M.Ed. Degree Programmes (i) M.Ed. Educational Management. (ii) M.Ed. Educational Psychology; Sociology of Education; and Social Studies (iii) M.Ed. Religious Studies Education; English Language Education; Mother-Tongue ...

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FG Proposes To Expel Students With Less Than 0.5 CGPA From Next Academic Session

​The Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Onwuka, yesterday, March 26, 2017 has revealed that the Federal government is recommending a new policy that will enable Vice-Chancellors of different institutions to expel students with as low as 0.5 CGPA. Onwuka who divulged this at the 31st convocation of the University of Port Harcourt, noted that students with as low ...

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Covenant University Postgraduate Admission 2017/2018 Announced

​Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the various Postgraduate Programmes of the Covenant University, Ota for the 2017/2018 session. All interested candidates are to note that admission is strictly by merit as nobody should offer or receive compensation (monetary or material) to influence any candidates admission. Covenant University offers Postgraduate Dipoma, Masters degree and Doctorate degree ...

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LAUTECH Reschedules 1st Semester Examination 2016/2017

​Due to the Easter holidays coming up on Friday April 14 and Monday April 17, 2017 the Ladoke Akintola University (LAUTECH) CBT examinations slated for those two days have been rescheduled. The examinations will hold on Friday April 21 and Monday April 24, 2017. The time, venues and students’ groupings remain the same. All other examinations are to proceed as ...

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