N45,000 fees: Jos varsity dissolves SUG

N45,000 fees: Jos varsity dissolves SUG

The University of Jos (UniJos) has dissolved the institution’s Students Union Government (SUG). This is contained in a statement issued in Jos on Wednesday by Mr Abdullahi Abdullahi, UniJos Principal Assistant Registrar, Information. According to the statement, the university has constituted a...
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JAMB adopts e-PIN vending to prevent fraud – official

JAMB adopts e-PIN vending to prevent fraud – official

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it introduced the new e-PIN vending registration for candidates to prevent fraud in its examination. JAMB Acting Zonal Coordinator in Nasarawa State, Moses Akobu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on...
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CBN introduces financial education curriculum for primary, secondary schools

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has developed and introduced a Financial Education Curriculum for basic and senior secondary schools, to educate children on how to use  financial services responsibly. The Head of Consumer Education, CBN, Mrs Khadijah Kasim,...
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VC confirms Dino Melaye graduated from ABU

VC confirms Dino Melaye graduated from ABU

| The Vice chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Monday confirmed that Senator Dino Melaye graduated from the school, although under a different name. “From records, Dino formerly known as Daniel Jonah Melaye graduated from ABU. BA Geography” Profe...
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Senator faults payment of tuition fees in foreign currency in Nigerian schools

Senator faults payment of tuition fees in foreign currency in Nigerian schools

Sen. Yusuf Yusuf (APC-Taraba) has described as unacceptable the use of foreign currency for the payment of tuition fees in Nigerian schools. Yusuf, who is Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Science and Technology, said this in an interview with the...
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NUT wants Teachers’ Registration Council to flush out quacks

NUT wants Teachers’ Registration Council to flush out quacks

The Plateau chapter of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), has called on the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria(TCRN), to curb the influx of quacks into the teaching profession. “Quacks, masquerading as teachers, dominate many schools; the only way o...
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Bill to introduce legislative studies in schools passes 2nd reading

Bill to introduce legislative studies in schools passes 2nd reading

A Bill seeking to amend the National Universities Commission Act 2004 to provide for introduction of parliamentary studies in universities on Thursday passed second reading at the House of Representatives. The sponsor, Rep. Ossy Prestige (Abia-PDP) said the b...
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Delta: Teachers defy directive on 12-day-old strike

Delta: Teachers defy directive on 12-day-old strike

The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Delta State Chapter, on Monday defiled the state government’s  directive to return to work, a check by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) has revealed. A correspondent of NAN that visited five public schools...
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UNIPORT graduates 18,378 students, 78 bag first class degrees

UNIPORT graduates 18,378 students, 78 bag first class degrees

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, Prof. Ndowa Lale, said on Friday that 78 of its 18, 378 graduating students finished in the First Class Division. Lale, who disclosed this at the 31th convocation news briefing in Port...
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Niger Delta University wins inter-university political debate

Niger Delta University wins inter-university political debate

Niger Delta University (NDU) has won the first inter-university political debate for undergraduates of political science in Nigerian universities in the South-South zone. The theme of the debate was “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And African Developme...
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