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TASUED Admission Into Part-Time/Sandwich Degree Programmes For 2014/2015

Tasued has begun admission into her part-time/sandwich B.A. (Ed), B.Ed, B.Sc. (Ed) degree programmes for the 2014/2015 session. Prospective applicants and members of the general public are hereby informed. TASUED The management of The Tai Solarin University Of Education hereby invites applications from qualified candidates for admission into 4½- year (9 Semesters) and 6- year (12 Semesters) Part-Time and Sandwich ...

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FUNAAB Pre-Degree Acceptance Fees & School Fees Out

FUNAAB pre-degree school fees for the 2014/2015 academic session has been announced. The acceptance fee payable for the programme was also released. All applicants and those who have been offered into the pre-degree programme of Federal University Of Agriculture are hereby informed. FUNAAB pre degree acceptance fees 2014/2015 FUNAAB Pre-degree School Fees and Acceptance Fees Following the release of the ...

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Payment of acceptance fee begins in Akanu Ibiam Poly

Akanu Ibiam Polytechnic acceptance fee for 2014/2015 fresh students has been announced. All newly admitted students are hereby informed. Akanu Ibiam Poly, Poly Uwana Post-UTME 2014, Fed Poly Uwana Direct Entry HND, Akanu Ibiam Fed Poly Uwana PT-ND, Pre-ND Candidates whose names appear in the Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana admission list for 2014/2015 have been offered provisional admission into ...

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Umaru musa Yar’adua post graduate admission form now on sale 2014/2015

UMYU Postgraduate admission application for 2014/2015 is out. Prospective candidates and members of the general public are hereby informed. UMYU Students’ Registration, UMYU Post-UTME 2014, UMYU Post-UTME Result 2nd Batch, UMYU 2nd Semester Resumption Date The management of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University invites application from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Postgraduate Programmes of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina for ...

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cultism and it’s effect in Nigeria tertiary institutions

Tertiary institutions in Nigeria today have become breeding grounds for various forms of deviant and criminal behaviour. One of such upsurge is the ever growing trend of secret cult activities. Studies of higher institutions in many developing nations reveal that this phenomenon has negatively affected the image of our tertiary institutions and the quality of teaching and learning, and the ...

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JAMB approves four computer centres in Nasarawa

ACTIONS against examination malpractice have been strengthened as the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, approved four computer centres in Nasarawa State for the registration of candidates for the 2014/2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME. This was revealed by Shehu Salihu, Nasarawa Administrative Officer, JAMB, who told the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, that the centres were to save the ...

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Kaduna state university student protest in kaduna

Medical students of the Kaduna State University went on the rampage on Monday, barricading the institution’s main gate. The incident, which caused heavy traffic on the popular Tafawa Balewa Way, Kaduna, stopped hundreds of students and workers of the university from entering the school. They were protesting against the non-commencement of their clinical training due to non-completion of a teaching ...

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secret on How we made first class —Law school graduates

Two students that recently graduated from the Nigerian Law School reveal how they bagged first class degrees, even as many others recorded failure, TEMITAYO FAMUTIMI reports Twenty-five-year-old Opeyemi Longe is used to blazing the trail in the academic world. For 13 years, many students had tried, albeit unsuccessfully, to bag a first class Bachelor’s degree in the Faculty of Law ...

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Accreditation not for witch-hunt –NUC

The National Universities Commission has said that accreditation in the universities is not for witch-hunt, but for better productivity. The NUC Head of Accreditation, Prof. Gabriel Yomere, stated this when he led a team from the commission to the postgraduate school of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. According to him, the exercise is simply a peer review ...

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