News - Education

ASUP Blames NSIWC For Scuttling Efforts At Resolving Issues With FG

4 years ago /

The Academic Staff Union Of Polytechnics, ASUP, is blaming the Salaries, Income And Wages Commission of scuttling efforts at resolving the union’s dispute with the federal government.

Presidential Committee On HND/Bsc Dichotomy Submit Report On Friday

4 years ago /

Three weeks after it was given its assignment, the inter-ministerial technical committee on the removal of ceiling on career progression of Higher National Diploma, HND holders and dichotomy between HND and degree holders on Friday submitted its report.

President Jonathan Approves Establishment Of Federal Polytechnic In Bonny

4 years ago /

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has approved the establishment of a Federal Polytechnic of Oil and Gas in Bonny, Rivers state with a takeoff grant of one billion naira for the polytechnic to commence academic activities.

OAU Students Demand Immediate Reopening Of Institution

4 years ago /

Students of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and members of civil society groups have called for the immediate re-opening of the institution to enable the students return to campus.  

JAMB Releases Admission Cut Off Mark For 2014/2015 Academic Calendar

4 years ago /

The policy committee on admission into tertiary institutions on Tuesday resolved to retain the score of 180 as the minimum point for the 2014/2015 admission into universities while 150 was approved as the minimum point for polytechnics and colleges of education.

NEEDS Assessment Committee On Polytechnics And Colleges Of Education Submits Reports

4 years ago /

The presidential committee on NEEDS assessment to public polytechnics and colleges of education on Tuesday submitted its report.   

UNIABUJA Gets New VC

4 years ago /

The governing council of the University of Abuja has elected Professor Michael Umale Adikwu of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, as the new Vice Chancellor, replacing Professor James Adelabu, whose tenure expired on June 30.  

Pace Setters College Graduates 95 Students

4 years ago /

Access to quality education and good moral upbringing are essential for the attainment of peaceful co-existence in Nigeria.  

Benue State Government Partners With Private Proprietors On Education

4 years ago /

The Benue state government has set machinery in motion to hand over primary and post primary schools to private proprietors.  

Master Edun Olabanji Emerges Lagos State

4 years ago /

Master Edun Olabanji, a 15-year-old student of Army Children’s Senior Secondary School, Onigbongbo, assumed office as Lagos state "One-Day Governor" at Alausa Ikeja.

Nyesom Wike Calls On Educational Institutions To Improve Security Around Their Premises

4 years ago /

Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike, has again called on educational institutions across the country to improve on security around their premises by liaising with relevant security agencies to avoid being targeted by terrorists.

SSANU Urges FG To Honour 2009 Agreement

4 years ago /

The Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, SSANU has appealed to the federal government not to create another round of crisis in the university system by its continued delay in the review of the 2009 agreement it signed with the university based on non-teaching staff.    

Education Needs Massive ICT Contribution To Attain Vision 20 2020

4 years ago /

The minister of education, Nyesom Wike, says the education sector needs quality contributions in order to meet the objectives of vision 20: 2020. He said the contributions are likely to come through the development and deployment of ICT in the education sector. Wike said this at an event to mark the 2014 edition of the Information Technology Professionals Assembly. The minister of education, Nyesom Wike who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Macjohn Nwabiala, said the education sector has put in place, a number of initiatives aimed at increasing learning in order to bring opportunities to the doorsteps of Nigerians of all ages. Macjohn Nwabiala, said, “It is on record that the federal ministry of education has attained giant strides in the development and deployment of ICT through the combination of the national policy on ICT in education." He added that in spite of these achievements, there are still challenges confronting the education sector especially in the advancement of information technology. “Epileptic power supply, insufficient pull of IT professionals, no ICT literacy among teachers and educational administrators.” The Chairman of Council, IT Professionals, Sekinat Yusuf, and the guest speaker at the event, Liz Bacon said, information technology has paved the way for a developing country like Nigeria. Sekinat Yusuf, said, "From now on, since we have that frame work, it is binding on them, it is the guidelines they must follow in the teaching of information technology in our schools." Liz Bacon, said, "Information technology is having a huge impact on the lives of everyday people and I think Nigeria has huge potential to actually embrace that and be at the leading edge."

Governor Dickson And Shehu Of Borno Calls For Unity Amongst Nigerians

4 years ago /

Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa state says his administration will intensify efforts at building bridges with peoples of other tribes and religions.  

NLNG To Spend N2BN In Six Varsities

4 years ago /

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas limited on Friday flagged-off the implementation phase of the N2bn NLNG University Support Programme by signing a memorandum of agreement with six universities in the country.

National Conference: Delegates Demand 26% Budgetary Allocation For Education

4 years ago /

Delegates to the ongoing National Conference have emphasized the need for the Nigerian government to allocate a minimum of 26% of its budgetary provision to the education sector as recommended by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organizations, UNESCO.  

Gordon Brown, President Jonathan Meet AS FG Kick Off 'Safe School Initiative'

4 years ago /

The Nigerian government’s 'Safe School Initiative' has received a boost of N3.2 billion.                                                             

Nigerian Parents Decry High Cost Of Education

4 years ago /

Nigerian parents and students have again decried what they describe as the arbitrary increase in fees charged not only in private schools but also in public institutions.

SSANU Joins ASUU On Indefinite Strike In University Of Abuja

4 years ago /

Barely one month to the end of the five year tenure of the present Vice Chancellor, Professor Sunday Adelabu, the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU of the University of Abuja began another indefinite strike.    

House Of Reps Tell Universities To Stop Admitting Students For Non-accredited Courses

4 years ago /

Nigeria’s House of Representatives has raised alarm over the practice by some Nigerian universities of admitting students to pursue programmes they are not accredited to offer.    


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