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PROF. IBRAHIM DANTANI WUSHISHU TAKES OVER AFFAIRS OF NECO

The Registrar, National Examinations Council (NECO), Prof. Ibrahim Dantani Wushishi has promised to reposition NECO to become a credible and internationally acclaimed examination body. A statement made available to journalists in Abuja by the Head, information and public relation Mr Sanni Azeez revealed that Prof. Wushishi made the promise while …

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MINISTER OF EDUCATION INAUGURATES GOVERNING COUNCILS OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRES

  The Minister of Education Mallam Adamu Adamu has inaugurated the Governing Councils of 19 Federal Universities and four Inter-University Centres while also presenting the newly appointed Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council of the Federal University of Health Sciences, Otukpo, Benue State. The minister, while inaugurating the selected persons to …

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UNIABUJA VC PROMISES QUALITY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Abuja Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah has pledged to ensure adequate security and enhance the quality learning environment in the school. Prof. Na’Allah who made the call during a news conference at the University’s main campus promised to do everything possible to provide the needed facilities …

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FG ASSURES NIGERIANS OF ADEQUATE SECURITY FOR UNITY COLLEGES

The Federal Govt has assured Nigerians of adequate security for all the 110 unity colleges across the country. Minister of education, Mall. Adamu Adanu who was represented by the permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Arch. sonny Echono gave the assurance today at the Federal government college Otobi, Benue State during …

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NGO Says 1million Pupils Miss School Daily Due To Lack Of Access To Sanitary Pad

An NGO, Hope and Dreams Initiative (HDI) says statistics show that one million pupils miss school every day due to lack of access to sanitary pad. Mrs Nguzo Ogbodo, the Founder of the organisation was speaking during the distribution of some educational materials to schools in the Federal Capital Territory …

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PRESIDENT BUHARI APPROVES TAKE-OFF GRANT TO ESTABLISH TWO NEW UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH SCIENCES

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved a take-off grant of N18 billion for the establishment of two new universities of technology and universities of health sciences in 2021. This was made known by the minister of education represented by the permanent secretary Arch Sonny Echono. The universities of technology will be …

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NIM URGES MEMBERS TO ADOPT UNIVERSAL BEST PRACTICES IN THE COUNTRY

The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) Chartered, University of Abuja Chapter, has called on its members to promote the ideals of management practice and discipline for the development of the country. The President and Chairman of the Institute, Mrs. Patience Anabor, made the call at the inauguration of NIM members …

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NABTEB RESCHEDULES JUNE 14TH EXAMINATIONS

    The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has announced the rescheduling of two papers in the upcoming 2021 NBC/NTC Examinations earlier fixed for Monday, 14th June, 2021.   This is due to the declaration of Monday, 14th June as public holiday by the Federal Government to mark …

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NECO: NO EXTENTION OF REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR THE 2021 (SSCE) FOR SCHOOL BASED CANDIDATES

The National Examinations Council (NECO) says it will not extend the registration period for the 2021 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) for school based candidates. In a statement made available to journalists in Abuja by the Head Information and Public Relations Division, Mr Sanni Azeez said The Registration exercise which …

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FCT POLICE COMMAND DEBUNKS RUMORS OF ATTACK ON UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA

The FCT Police Command has debunked the viral message on social media purporting that the University of Abuja has been attacked by bandits.   The Command in a statement categorically explained that there is no record of such incident as of yesterday. The command, therefore, urged the public to disregard …

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