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UNICAL releases post-utme cut-off mark, eligiblity and registration details

The management of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) has announced the sales of their Post-utme form, the school's cut-off mark and the registration details. Applications are invited from all candidates who scored 150 and above in the Joint Admissions & Matriculation Examination and who have chosen University of Calabar as their First Choice in their application for admission into the University for the 2021/2022 academic session. The First Choice aptitude test exercise has been scheduled to take place from Monday, November 22nd to Friday, November 26th, 2021. OPENING OF PORTAL/REGISTRATION Registration will start from Tuesday, Oct 19th, 2021 when the
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UNIBEN Senior lecturer rapes a 400l student, locks her up in the office for several hours

It has been reported that a senior lecturer in the Department of English and Literature, Faculty of Arts, University of Benin (UNIBEN) has allegedly raped a female student in his office.The 400-level student was said to have gone to the lecturer’s office to submit her final year project when she was allegedly raped and locked in the office for several hours.The media gathered that the incident occurred on October 5, but became public knowledge when a video purportedly recorded when the lecturer was begging for forgiveness went viral.A course mate of the female student told The media that the video
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Ban all govt officials from sending their children to school abroad – aSUU tells National assembly

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called on the National Assembly to make laws that bans government officials from sending their children to school abroad. The president of the union, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, gave the charge in Abuja at a meeting with the Minister of Labour and Employment and other representatives of the Federal Government. ASUU pointed out that the decay currently experienced in public universities is because the children of government officials are sent to study abroad, hence, making the officials act indifferently towards the many issues experienced in Nigerian public schools. The president of the Union
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LASU announces date for 2020/2021 freshers’ Matriculation Ceremony

The Lagos State University (LASU) has announced the date for the2020/2021 matriculation ceremony of the newly admitted students of the university.The ceremony has been slated to hold on Monday, 25th October, 2021. The venue will be at Buba Marwa Auditorium, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos by 10.00 a.m prompt. All the Matriculating students are to pay Five Thousand Naira (N5,000) only to the university, through online payment for their matriculation gowns and other packages.Matriculants should note that only Matriculating students in gowns, with face masks will be allowed into the venue and they are to be seated by 9.30 a.m.
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Federal poly, Nekede releases cut-off mark, eligiblity and registration details for 2021 post-utme

The management of federal Polytechnic Nekede, has released the cut-off mark for their upcoming post-utme examination. They have instructed all 2021/2022 UTME CANDIDATES who applied to Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri as Institution of First choice with a UTME score of 140 or above are requested to forward online to www.fpno.edu.ng the following particulars: (a) O’level Result (WASSCE, NECO or NABTEB). (b) 2021/2022 UTME Score (c) JAMB Subject combination for the course applied. In addition, a post-utme Screening fee of (N2.000.00) Two thousand Naira only should be paid on the Remita platform at any commercial bank Nationwide . All submissions and
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UNN shuttle drivers saga: SUG finally Changes transport fare schedule (click to see new schedule)

The students Union government of the university of Nigeria Nsukka has finally fulfilled the promise they made to the school's shuttle drivers following the shuttle drivers strike that took place on the 23rd of September on the basis of the need for an increase in the transport fare despite the decrease in fuel price.Aftermath of the meeting they had with the shuttle drivers' representatives and other leaders including the Dean of students affairs was an agreement to increase the transport fare from the 11th of October on the basis that the normal fare was not helping the drivers meet up
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UNILORIN Matriculates Over 12,630 Freshers for the 2020/2021 Session

The Management of University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has admitted over 12,630 students for the 2020/2021 academic session out of 102,000 that applied for admission into the institution through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board. According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Suleman Abdulkareem, disclosed this on Monday in Ilorin during the matriculation ceremony for the newly admitted students. “About 102,000 candidates picked our university as their first choice during the 2020/2021 admission exercise that is culminating into this ceremony today". “Out of the 102, 000 candidates that chose our university as their first choice,
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UNIPORT releases 2021/2022 post-utme result ( click to see how to check results)

All candidates who took part in the Post-UTME screening exercise of the University off Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT) are hereby informed that the results of the screening have been released. Candidates can proceed to check their results. Follow the procedure below to check the results. How to Check UNIPORT Post UTME Result: a. Visit UNIPORT post UTME portal at https://utmedetails.uniport.edu.ng/welcome_utme.php. b. Enter your Username and Password in the required columns. c. Click login to and proceed to view your UNIPORT post UTME result.
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Rector federal poly nekede tackles cultism, employs over 500 persons in 3 years

Dr. Michael Arimanwa, the Rector, Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Imo State, has revealed the strategy the school's management employed in Fighting cultism that had ruined the institution in the time past. In an interview with journalists in Owerri, Dr. Micheal said the Management engaged the indigenes of the host community as security men who he said knew the cultists. According to him, the combined efforts of the indigenes, Department of State Security service (DSSS) and the police helped in pinning down the cult activities to the ground. He commended the police and DSSS for being prompt in responding to distress calls
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300l student of IMSU, Abducted and murdered by gunmen

A 300l law student of the Imo State University, Owerri (IMSU), Kenneth Ibe, who wasn't abducted by gunmen, has been murdered. The student, a native of Isiala Mbano local government area of the state was killed on Friday by his abductors and his body dumped along the road. Chidiebube Okeoma, one of his kinsmen from Anara, described the killing as “dastardly ” In a post, Okeoma said, “The killing of our brother from Isiala Mbano Local Government Area, Kenneth Ibe, a three hundred law student of Imo state University today is most unfortunate. “Those who live by sword will die
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SUG OKO POLY To Rector: We are not tools for money extortion

The Students' Union government (SUG) of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra state has written to the institution’s Rector, warning him about the institution’s exorbitant textbook costs. “ We are not a tool for money extortion,” wrote Federal Polytechnic Oko SUG to the Rector in response to lecturers’ exorbitant textbook charges. The Rector was asked in a letter signed by the SUG president to cease all book sales while the institution establishes a consolidated and more reliable book pricing policy. Above is a photo that has the SUG'S letter by the left and by the right is the list of first
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AUCHI poly bans students from bringing their cars into the school premises

The management of AUCHI polyythechnic has received disturbing reports on the reckless driving of cars on campus by students.Students reportedly drive against traffic rules, park cars on designated official car lots for staff, and speed across bumps with reckless abandone, thereby, endangering the lives and property of both staff and students on campus. The Management seriously frowns at this ugly trend, which is increasing by the day and has therefore, decided to put an end to it forthwith. Consequently, the school Management has hereby directed that all cars belonging to students should be banned from entering into the campus henceforth,
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UNIZIK pharmacy student who said he reads 17hours daily emerges best graduating

A student from the faculty of pharmaceutical sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK), Awka , Oluebube Miracle Alphonsus Okoye has emerged the the 2020/2021 overall best graduating student from his faculty with a CGPA of 4.87. Oluebube was the centre of attraction of all amongst 118 graduands at the oath-taking/induction ceremony organised by the institution in collaboration with the Pharmacists’ Council of Nigeria (PCN) which was recently held at the JUHEL auditorium, Agulu campus of the University. Oluebube who said he reads for 17 hours everyday had graduated from the Medical school, College of Health Sciences, Okofia, Nnewi campus of Nnamdi
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UNN SUG and shuttle drivers finally makes a resolution on Shuttle fare

The student Union Government (SUG) officials in an urgent meeting with the Dean of students affairs, the trans-route chairman, security department and some other leaders has succeeded in resolving the issue with the shuttle drivers and has released a memo to this effect.The SUG director of information in the memo, apologized to the entire University community for the impromptu strike saga and listed the resolutions they made concerning the issue.Here's all he said,“We bring you our warm and esteemed greetings from the Students Union Government, University of Nigeria Nsukka. Firstly, we would like to apologise to our Students and the
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UNN shuttle drivers Go on strike, insists on increase in shuttle fare

The shuttle drivers of the university of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) has gone on an indefinite strike.The strike which started today was reportedly as a result of the fact that the shuttle drivers wants to maintain a shuttle fee of #70 despite the decrease in the price of fuel recently. The shuttle price which was initially #50 for big buses and #60 for mini buses before the increase in the price of fuel, was increased to #70 for large buses and #100 for mini buses during the high cost of fuel saga last week. The Shuttle drivers had earlier on refused
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FUTO Announces date for 2020/2021 freshers Matriculation

The management of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) has chosen 8th of October, 2021 as the matriculation date for the year one students. Venue for the Matriculation ceremony will be at the Matriculation Ground beside the Access Diamond Bank inside the school’s premises. Time is 10am First years are to take note of the following terms. ▪️Your school fees must be paid. ▪️You must have completed the school registration/clearance. (assessment of required documents at the ICT Center/SEET Head). You must completely be cleared by your department (Departmental clearance). NOTE: Payment of matriculation gown will commence soonest. This is
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WAEC announces date for the release of 2021 WASSCE results and Certificates

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced the date for the release of the ongoing 2021 WASSCE result. The examination council’s director of public affairs, Demianus Ojijeogu, said the results will be out 45 days after the last paper is written. Ojijeogu reportedly added that the certificates will also be available 90 days after the last paper is written. The Examination which reportedly started in Nigeria on Monday, August 16, will end on Thursday, October 8th, 2021.
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DG to NYSC members: only NYSC can grant you travel permit

Brig. Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim,the Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Friday told corps members that only the NYSC authority not their employer has the right to grant them a travel permit to embark on any journey away from their place of primary assignment. The DG stated this during his visit to the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp MD Yusuf Complex, Mani Road, Katsina. Ibrahim warned the corps members deployed to the state for the mandatory service not to flout the order or risk sanction by the NYSC bye-laws. “it is only the NYSC State Coordinator that can permit
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