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How to stop strikes in varsities, by Attahiru Jega

VICE Chancellor, Bayero University Kano (BUK) and former National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Attahiru Jega has implored the Federal Government to improve the welfare of workers and learning conditions in the universities.
From Adamu Abuh, Kano
  Jamb Clears Air On Unregulated Remedial, Pre-ND/NCE Programmes
  • JAMB stops remedial programmes in higher schools,
  • JAMB to phase out Pre-ND/NCE next year,
  • JAMB withholds 3,240 results, bans Pre-ND/NCE
  • Candidates must sit for JAMB examinations for Pre-ND/NCE courses
  • Polytechnics/Colleges of Education candidates must sit for MPCE examinations.  Read More
     
Federal Ministry Of Education blames tertiary institutions over unqualified NYSC members

Both the Federal Ministry of Education and the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) are, right now, preoccupied with the task of arresting the fraudulent practice of mobilising fake and unqualified “graduates” for the mandatory one year national service. By Olubusuyi Adenipekun & Umoru Henry
  Why Our Varsities Produce Half-baked Graduates - Asobie, ex-ASUU President

Former President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Assisi Asobie, has explained why Nigerian universities produce half-baked graduates and how to restore the old glory of the university system. By GABRIEL DIKE
     
On The Way Out

For many Nigerian youths, the temptation to go abroad in search of greener pastures is gradually getting stronger. M onday mornings at the United Kingdom, UK, visa application office in Oregun is always a busy day. Cars litter the front of the expansive office. Young people clutching files and giant-sized envelopes scamper around to put various documents together, and several hours before the office opens for the day's business, they form a long queue in front of the gate. By Tunji Ola
  Dazzling Diamonds

Many Nigerian youths are shining example of success in their careers

In 1985, Nigeria ruled the world in youth football when the Golden Eaglets won the maiden edition of the Under-17 World Youth Championship in China. It was indeed a glorious moment for the nation as the young Nigerian soccer stars shrugged off the challenge from footballing nations like Brazil and Germany to conquer the world. Read More By: Chris Ajaero
FG Approves 8 New Varsities

Barely 21 days to the end of the lifespan of this administration, the Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday gave provisional approval for eight additional private universities, thus bringing the total number of private and public universities in the country to eighty nine. From Josephine Lohor in Abuja

  UNN To Raise N14 Billion… For Provision of Facilities


The Vice Chancellor of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Professor Chinedu Ositadinma Nebo, recently unfolded his administration’s achievements in the provision of academic services to the nation, describing the future of the institution as bright in its quest to produce qualified manpower and research work for the country. By GABRIEL DIKE and GODDY OSUJI, Enugu
     
Is Rape Official In Nigerian Universities And Colleges?

 An Institution of higher learning (college, university, polytechnic, etc) is supposed to be a center for excellence.  But frequent cases of sexual harassment of female students in Nigeria by randy lecturers put this goal in jeopardy. Read Article

 

NUC Disowns Open Varsity Programmes

The National Universities Commission has distanced itself from the activities of the National Open University of Nigeria, saying that its programmes are not recognised by it.The NUC has also directed all universities in the country to halt the introduction of new programmes until the commission gives its approval to the already existing ones. By Victor Sam, Abuja

     
Nigerian Students Besiege Ghanaian Universities

Nigerian students seeking ways out of the endemic strike actions by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) now form bulk guests at the admission offices of most Ghanaian universities. By Godwin Nnanna, Ghana

 

Want Easy Sex? Go To The Campuses of Nigerian Universities  

From citadels of knowledge, the nation’s tertiary institutions have become red-light districts, as female undergraduates sell their bodies Report by (TheNews)..

             
How staff of exam bodies, schools aid exam fraud – Report

The Education Minister, Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili, kept to her promise of February 26 to release the second volume of the Examination Malpractice Blacklist when on March 15, she made known names of 232 persons who aided and abetted exam fraud in public examinations. By GABRIEL DIKE

  Female Cults or Prostitution Rings?

While female students of universities in other countries are busy with their coursework, their counterparts in Nigeria are busy joining  female cults. However, the bizarre activities of female cults leave a lot of unanswered questioned. Read Report

     

In The News....
 
- Trafficking In Nigerian Girls - The Business Exposed Read
- Stardom Makes Me Live Fake Life –Toyin Aimaku Interview  By Nonye Iwuagwu
- University Student Defeats Incumbent House Leader Read More
- Militants Attack Bayelsa State Government House At Election Eve. Read More
 - How staff of ministries, exam bodies, and schools aid exam fraud Read More..
- EFCC Places 23 Governors Under Watch Read More.
 -19 Year-old Nigerian Girl Set To Rule The Fashion World. Read More..
-Female Cults or Prostitution Rings? More..

- Want Easy Sex?.Go To The Campuses of Nigerian Universities  Report by (TheNews)..

 - Jennifer Hudson - Defying All Odds.More..
- Female  Robbers Increasing In Nigeria. More...
 - Tinapa Business Resort:  - Wonder in Cross River  More
 
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- Financing SMEs is a veritable means of increasing output — CBN More..
- Nigeria To Become One Of World's Top 20 Economies. More...
- Business Plan: A Must For Entrepreneurs. More...
- Nigeria achieves 5.63 per cent GDP growth in 2006. More...
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
               

 

 

 

 

       
               
 

Godwin C. Nwaogwugwu

 A Syndicated Nigerian

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*How to Avoid Ebusiness That Doesn’t Bring Business?
 
* How A Small Organization Can Develop It’s Own Scorecard
 
*Foreign Aid Or Debt Trap?  - An Insight For African Youths
 
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* Nigeria's Irresponsible Leaders
 

 
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