News - Education

Kwara College Of Arabic And Islamic Legal Studies Threaten Strike Over Non-Accreditation Of Courses

10 months ago /

Staff of the Kwara state college of Arabic and Islamic legal studies have threatened to embark on indefinite strike over non-accreditation of the college programmes.   

Dogara Assures Of Bill To Reform Education Sector

10 months ago /

SPEAKER OF NIGERIA'S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, YAKUBU DOGARA HAS ASSURED NIGERIANS THAT THE HOUSE IS PROCESSING EDUCATION RELATED BILLS AND MOTIONS THAT WILL IMPROVE AND IMPACT GREATLY ON THE SECTOR.

NOUN Alerts Public To Fake Examination Questionnaire

12 months ago /

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has alerted students, security agencies and the general public to the circulation of fake examination questionnaire purportedly from the institution on social media.

NUC Denies Compulsory Arabic Course

1 year ago /

The National Universities Commission, NUC says it is not true that the Arabic language has been a compulsory course topic of study in the general studies course for 100 level students.

Over 70,000 Candidates Sit For 2018 Common Entrance Into Unity Schools

1 year ago /

Over 70,000 pupils sat for the 2018 National Common Entrance Examination into the one hundred and four unity schools across Nigeria.

SERAP To UI, AAUA: Reverse Increased Fees Or Face Legal Actions

1 year ago /

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has asked the authorities of the University of Ibadan (UI) and Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) to immediately reverse the increases in fees at the institutions or face legal action.

Sagay Recommends JAMB Anti-Corruption Model To MDAs

1 year ago /

Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption, PACAC, prof. Itse Sagay has advised ministries, departments and agencies to adopt the model of the Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board, JAMB, in the fight against corruption.  

Ondo University Students Protest Fee Hike

1 year ago /

Students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko in Ondo State, have taken to major streets in Akure, the state capital to protest hike in their school fees.

Edo State Gets Thumps-Up For Introducing Cultural Clubs In Schools

1 year ago /

The Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture, Olusegun Runsewe has commended the decision of the Edo State Government in introducing cultural clubs in public schools.

Gombe State University Of Technology To Commence Academic Activities Soon

1 year ago /

Gombe State Governor Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo has restated his commitment to the commencement of academic activities from October this year at the state university of technology, Kumo in Akko local government area of the state. 

Education Minister Blames Challenges In Education System On Corruption

1 year ago /

The minister of Education, Adamu Adamu says corruption in the immediate past administration is responsible for most of the challenges in the nation’s education system.

Care Givers Advocate Healthcare For Children With Down Syndrome

1 year ago /

Caregivers of children with Down syndrome want the Nigerian government to make education a priority for them.

Government, Individuals Challenged On Education For Disabled Children

1 year ago /

The Nigerian government and well meaning individuals have been challenged to take up the responsibility of educating children with disabilities.

Australian High Commission Links Human Rights With World Poetry Day In Abuja

1 year ago /

The need to raise awareness among secondary school students on their rights and abilities to become future advocates of positive change, took centre stage at a human rights poetry competition in Abuja.  

Low Awareness Marks World Poetry Day In Abuja

1 year ago /

With a decline in students interest in literary activities such as creative writing and poetic expressions, academics have called for a return to the oral tradition of poetry recitation to develop and revive young people’s creative abilities.  

45 Blind Candidates Sit For JAMB Exams

1 year ago /

Forty five visually impaired candidates are sitting for the 2018 unified tertiary matriculation examination in the five centres approved across the country.

Three Students Gunned Down In Calabar Cult Clash

1 year ago /

No fewer than three suspected cultists were killed at the university of Calabar following a gangster war, among the students confraternity group.

UNICAL To Commence Anti-Terrorrism Studies

1 year ago /

Following the spate of insecurity in  the Niger delta region in particular and Nigeria in general,the university of calabar,unical, has revealed plans to include security and anti-terrorrism studies to the institution’s programmes  of study.

University Workers Suspend Three Months Strike

1 year ago /

Three Nigerian University Non-Teaching Staff Unions have suspended their 3months old strike.  

JAMB Arrest Cheats

1 year ago /

Two suspects have been arrested for examination malpractices in the ongoing unified tertiary matriculation examination, UTME, at the Baptist academy computer based centre, karu in Abuja.


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