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Osita Chidoka to deliver 44th UNN Convocation Lecture

The Minister of Aviation, Mr. Osita Chidoka will deliver the Convocation Lecture during the 44th convocation ceremony of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), authorities of the university said Monday. The Convocation Lecture will take place on Thursday January 22, while the grand finale and conferment of Postgraduate Diplomas, Higher Degrees, Title of Professor Emeritus and Honorary Degrees is slated for Saturday, January ...

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NILS, Johns Hopkins University Sign Pact on Executive Education in Nigeria

The National Institute for Legislative Studies, NILS, and the Johns Hopkins University, United States of America, have reached a pact that would usher the Washington DC-based institution into Nigeria’s educational system beginning with executive education programmes.   This was made known by the Deputy President of the Senate and Chairman of the Governing Council of NILS, Senator Ike Ekweremadu during ...

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1.4million candidates to sit for 2015 JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Wednesday said that no fewer than 1.4 million candidates nationwide would write the 2015 All Computer Base Test (CBT) on March 4. Mr. Fabian Benjamin, JAMB Public Relations Officer, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the board would be migrating all to computer-based mode of examination for the ...

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Budget, Constitution Amendment Top Senate’s Agenda, Says Ekweremadu

…As, Johns Hopkins University Pledges Support for Nigeria’s Democracy The 2015 Budget and the Constitution Amendment Bill are to receive the utmost attention of the Senate on the resumption of plenary, Tuesday. This was made known by the Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu while speaking with reporters after a meeting with a delegation of the School of ...

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Jonathan has delivered on education and will do more – PDP

By EUCLID Agunwa, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the party can proudly hold its heads high having achieved record breaking success  in the Education  sector in the last four years under the stewardship of President Goodluck Jonathan. In a stock taking statement  which was a review of  the  challenges in the education sector against the performance ...

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Ekweremadu attracts N300m for NOUN Study Centre in Enugu West Senatorial Zone

*Inaugurates Awgu Study Centre Deputy President of the Senate,, Chief Ike Ekweremadu, Monday, inaugurated Awgu Special Study Centre of the National Open University (NOUN), in Enugu State even as he announced that he has secured N300 million from the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) for the development of infrastructure at the Centre. Ekweremadu, who noted that the university is the ...

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UNN VC slashes tuition fees

In his quest to fulfill his five point agenda and the promises he made to students at an event held by Etisalat at the Akanu Ibiam Stadium of University of Nigeria, Nsukka, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Benjamine Chukwuma Ozumba, has reduced tuition fees by 50 percent. It could be recalled that the professor made this promise at a show organized ...

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THINK-HOME:   Ozara indigenes in US uplift Education in Community

It was a glorious moment for the pupils and teachers of six Primary Schools in Ozalla community of Nkanu West local government area of Enugu State on Thursday as the sons and daughters of the community living in United States of America celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Educational Assistance Project (EAP) they instituted to encourage academic excellence among the ...

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N2.5 Billion Exam Scandal rocks National Open Varsity

*Unable to conduct e-exams By Euclid Agunwa, Abuja GALE of examination scandal is currently rocking the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), to the extent that the electronic examination series, which started on October 28, have ran into serious hitch. Already the NOUN e-exams center for the  university’s Abuja Study Center is the worst hit as more than eight-tenth of ...

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Findings proved that some polytechnic graduates were better than their university counterparts’

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*As HND Discrimination Bill narrowly scales second reading in senate The Bill for an Act to Abolish and Prohibit Dichotomy and Discrimination between First Degrees and Higher National Diploma in the same Profession/Field and related matters on Wednesday scaled second reading in the Senate. The bill, which scaled second reading after heated debate at plenary on its relevance, seeks to resolve ...

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