News - Education

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.

Spain Advocates Improved Literature For Nigerian Children

1 year ago /

The Spanish embassy in Nigeria wants the literature for the Nigerian child improved to foster ethnic and cultural orientation and national unity.

Cross River Establishes State Owned British/Canadian Int'l School In Obudu

1 year ago /

Cross river state governor, Prof Ben Ayade says he is delighted with the quality of work at the state owned British/Canadian international primary and post primary school built under the universal basic education fund  in Obudu Local Government area of the state.

Striking Non- Academic Unions Of Universities Accuse Fed. Govt. Of Neglect

1 year ago /

Three non-teaching staff unions of Nigerian universities have accused the federal government of will-fully neglecting their demands, thereby prolonging the over two months strike.

China Offers 47 Scholarships To UNICAL Students

1 year ago /

The need for the Nigerian government to open up reforms that will strengthen the economy of the country using educational platforms have been advocated.

Key Players Decry Corruption In Education Sector

1 year ago /

The Nigerian government has been urged to do more in fighting corruption in the nation’s education system if the country must attain a pride of place in the comity of nations.

UNICEF To Assist Vulnerable Nigerian Children Back To School

1 year ago /

The United Nations international children emergency fund, UNICEF, has said it will assist the Nigerian government to make sure vulnerable children get back to school.

FG Approves Take-Off Of Maritime University

1 year ago /

Maritime University, Okerenkoko, Delta State, has been granted approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to commence undergraduate degree programmes beginning from the 2017/2018 academic session.

Senate Wades Into NASU Strike

1 year ago /

The Nigerian senate has mandated its committee on tertiary institutions and Tetfund to intervene in the current strike by non-academic workers in Nigeria’s universities under the umbrella of non-academic staff union {NASU}.

Young Nigerian Scientists Compete In Abuja

1 year ago /

Young Nigerians drawn from the seven hundred and seventy four local government areas of the country are slugging it out to join a team of renowned scientists.

Education Minister Inspects JAMB Centres

1 year ago /

Minister of Education Adamu Adamu has called on candidates for the 2018 unified tertiary matriculation examination, UTME, to make sure they are computer literate.

 

College Of Education Teachers Seek Traditional Rulers Intervention In Education Crisis

1 year ago /

The college of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU is appealing to traditional rulers to play active role in pressurizing government to implement agreements reached with workers to avoid industrial action. 

Non Academic Staff Of Universities Vow To Continue Strike

1 year ago /

There appears to be no end in sight for the on-going strike action embarked upon by non-academic workers of public universities in Nigeria as they have vowed to sit at home until their demands are met. 

Teachers Protest Unpaid Salaries

1 year ago /

The Nigerian Union of teachers has expressed displeasure over the three to twenty eight months salaries owed primary and secondary school teachers in thirteen states.

House Of Reps Seeks Review Of ASUU, Government Agreement

1 year ago /

Nigerian lawmakers have fingered the non-implementation of the 2009 agreement between the government and university teachers union ASUU for the incessant crisis in the universities.

FG On School Feeding Programme

1 year ago /

The Federal government says over two hundred and forty six million meals have been served to primary school pupils across twenty states since the National home grown School Feeding Programme began in December, 2016.

VC Links Improved Education Funding To Economic Development

1 year ago /

Vice chancellor of Ibrahim Babangida university Lapai, Niger State, Professor Nasir Maitama says improved funding for education in northern Nigeria is key to fast-tracking the economic emancipation of the region.


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