News - Education

Councils Doubt the Reopening of Schools 1 June

1 week ago /

The Scores from councils in England say they cannot guarantee the reopening on 1 June for primaries, throwing government plans to get pupils back to school into chaos.

JAMB To Develop A Platform For Candidates Who Score Over 250

6 months ago /

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said that it will create a platform that will enable some candidates who scored 250.

Buhari Reviving Education

10 months ago /

President Muhammadu Buhari says reviving the educational sector, with a renewed focus on teaching valuable lessons like integrity in schools, will require giving priority to the welfare and training of teachers, who directly create the enabling environment for learning.

Botswana Offers Exchange Programme For Nigerian Academics, Students

11 months ago /

Developing indigenous knowledge is key to Africa’s rapid growth, for that reason, a team from the University of Botswana is in Nigeria for partnership and inviting Nigerian academics to study in Botswana.

Entrepreneurship, Panacea To Nigeria’s Unemployment

11 months ago /

Nigerian youths and fresh graduates have been advised to embrace entrepreneurship as a panacea to the challenge of unemployment in the country.

Wike Promises More Support For Pamo Medical University

11 months ago /

Rivers state governor Nyesom Wike says he will not relent in the efforts to support Pamo University of Medical Sciences for the growth and development of the state.

Power Stakeholders Harp On Local Content Development

11 months ago /

A 3-day forum of stakeholders in the power sector has opened in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital.

UBEC Partners Bauchi State On Basic Education Development

11 months ago /

The Bauchi state government is to access about five billion naira fund under the 2019 Universal Basic Education intervention programme.

Ogun Governor, Abiodun Reverses Amosun’s Policy On MAPOLY

11 months ago /

The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, has ordered that the current status of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, MAPOLY, be reverted.

Babalakin Seeks More Funding For Nigeria’s Education System

11 months ago /

The need to reposition Nigeria’s education system to enable its Universities to turn out employable graduates and for the country’s education to regain its lost glory and the respect of the global community has again been brought to the fore.

JAMB Releases Another 15,490 Results

11 months ago /

Ahead of Tuesday's policy meeting to announce 2019 cut off marks for admission, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has released an additional 15, 490 results.

ASUU Blames IMF, World Bank For FG’s Non-implementation Of Agreements

12 months ago /

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has faulted the International Monetary Fund, IMF,  and the World Bank for the non-implement of agreements and the poor quality of university education in Nigeria.

Fed. Govt Poised For More Intervention Programs In Education

12 months ago /

The Nigeria government says it has carefully mapped out intervention programme that will have a direct impact on the citizens especially those at the grassroots.

Ondo Denies Hike In Tuition Fees

1 year ago /

The Ondo State government has denied the allegation that it increased the school fees being paid by students of the state-owned universities.

Kogi To Recruit Youths For Information Institutions

1 year ago /

The Kogi state government has approved the employment of scores of youths into the state information institutions.

Nigerian Guild Of Editors To Get Slots At NIPPS

1 year ago /

The Nigerian Guild of Editors, NGE, the umbrella professional organisation for the leadership of the print, broadcast and online media in Nigeria will soon have participants in the prestigious senior executive course of the National Institute For Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPPS.

OAU Dispels Threats Of Cult Attack

1 year ago /

The management of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife says that there is no cause for alarm over the threat issued by some cultists to attack students on the campus.

ASUU Demands More Budgetary Allocation For Education Sector

1 year ago /

The Academic Staff Union Of Universities, ASUU has appealed to the Federal Government to increase the budgetary allocation for the country's education sector to stem the tide of Nigerians seeking admission abroad

FG Directs Institutions On Malpractices

1 year ago /

The Federal Government has directed all educational institutions to ensure proper diligent at the point of registration by checking cases of malpractices and cheating in order to deal with what it describes as the rot in the system.

ASUU Raises Alarm Over Safety Of Members

1 year ago /

The Academic Staff Union Of University, ASUU, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife chapter has raised alarm on the safety of its members, following the abduction of Professor Abiodun Adegbehingbe who was later released after paying five million naira ransom.


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