Exams malpractices: Federal Poly Nasarawa expels 66 students ON OCTOBER 18, 2019 by 11:01 PM IN EDUCATION BY LAWAL SHERIFAT
Okowa canvasses special attention to education, health sectors ON OCTOBER 18, 2019 IN EDUCATION, HEALTH, NEWS BY TEMISAN AMOYE Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta has said that special attention should be paid to the health and education sectors to positively impact on the citizens. The governor made the call on Friday when the executives of the state branch of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), led by Dr. Francis Adedayo, paid him a courtesy visit READ MORE Tambuwal gifts 120 students bicycles under GTBank’s ‘Beat the Distance scheme’ ON OCTOBER 18, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWS BY DAVID O ROYAL Gov. Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State on Thursday gave bicycles to 120 students donated by Guaranty Trust Bank (GT) to four secondary schools in the state, to ease transportation for students. The scheme was launched at the Government Day Secondary School, (GDSS) Takatuku in Bodinga Local Government Area, Tambuwal urged other institutions to emulate GT’s READ MORE Fayemi sets agenda for teachers in 2020 WAEC, NECO results ON OCTOBER 18, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWSBY DAVID O ROYAL …As Govt wants Schools, MDAs to key into 2022 Open Defecation Free policy By Rotimi Ojomoyela Ado Ekiti-In a bid to make Ekiti rank among the best five states in the country in public examinations in 2020, Governor Kayode Fayemi, has tasked the teachers in the state to be focused and diligent. Fayemi said the READ MORE Don’t pay any money to our staff for services, JAMB advises candidates ON OCTOBER 18, 2019IN EDUCATIONBY LAWAL SHERIFAT By Joseph Erunke – Abuja The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has advised candidates not to pay money to any of its staff for any services. Rather, JAMB has asked the candidates to direct all payments for its services to the Treasury Single Account, TSA. “All payments on JAMB services are made directly to READ MORE Nigeria has 10 million out of school children, 65 million illiterates ― NMAC ON OCTOBER 17, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWSBY RASHEED SOBOWALE The National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-formal Education (NMAC) says there are 65 million Nigerians that can neither read or write in any form with 10 million out of school children in the country. Prof. Abba Haladu, Executive Secretary of the commission said this while addressing the House Committee on Basic Education chaired READ MORE Just in: JAMB vows to register only candidates with NIN for 2020 UTME ON OCTOBER 17, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWSBY DAVID O ROYAL The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has declared that only candidates with the National Identity Number (NIN) will be registered for the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The Admission regulatory body, JAMB disclosed this again on its twitter handle, JAMB said on Thursday: “All candidates wishing to take the 2020 UTME must have the National Identification READ MORE Innovation can help solve Nigeria’s economic challenges — IPBIM boss ON OCTOBER 17, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWSBY UROWAYINO JEREMIAH By Adesina Wahab Nigeria’s economic challenges: The President of the Institute of Productivity and Business Innovation Management, IPBIM, Mr Remi Dairo, has said applying the necessary innovation into how we do certain things in the country can help solve the national economic challenges being faced now. He stated this in Lagos during a seminar held READ MORE Without education, people remain oppressed and suppressed — Ituah Ighodalo ON OCTOBER 17, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWS BY UROWAYINO JEREMIAH Knowledge, they say, is power and a nation, having majority of its citizens uneducated, cannot rise to its full potential. Currently, the number of out-of-school children in Nigeria is alarming. Reports say Nigeria has the highest number of out-of-school children in the world and this needs urgent attention. In this chat with Vanguard, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, Senior Pastor, Trinity House, and Managing Partner, SIAO, speaks on what Nigerian leaders must do to get education system right and lift people out of poverty READ MORE Knocks for FG over allocation to education ON OCTOBER 17, 2019IN EDUCATION, NEWS BY UROWAYINO JEREMIAH The Federal Government has been criticized for the allocation it gave the education sector in next year’s budget, respondents told our correspondents that it fell short of their expectations.
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