Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Jamb 2014 Result Checker: Jamb Release 2014-2015 Result Online

Information reaching us has it that the joint admission and matriculation board, jamb will release the results of all the candidates who took part in the exercise before the end of this week, therefore all the candidates who sat for the Jamb 2014 Examination, should prepare to check their result when it is out. The procedure of checking your result is simple and straight to the point.

 How to check Jamb UTME 2014-2015 PPT Result

 Step 1. The No.1 step is to visit any cybercafe and log on to Jamb official website.
Step 2. When the webpage loads up, you will be required to enter your Jamb Registration number. Step 3. Your Jamb score will be displayed on your computer screen. We advice you to print it out ASAP.

Meanwhile, all the Jamb candidates are encouraged to not dropped their Jamb number all over the internet as the limit of checking for free is 5.
 More news on Jamb 2014 examination and Results can be access at www.nigeriaschool.com.ng/jamb2013 For all the candidates who choose Jamb CBT (computer based test), their examination is expected to take place next month.

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Jamb 2014/2015 Registration

Well, well, it is really another time again that all students are searching for that particular time to start the JAMB 2014 RESULT.

According to the Nigeria educational news broadcasting platform, www.dailyschoolnews.com.ng which is the sub information portal from dailyschoolnews.com

The Jamb 2014 registration has not yet commence, however, the Jamb current Registrar has not shared any information regarding this, but according to DSN Nigeria, the registration will soon commence and candidates who need to register can commence their registration.
The Registration portal has not even been announced and the guidelines have not been announced too.

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Sunday, 30 June 2013


The online registration for the University of Lagos Post-UTME Screening Exercise for Admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2013/2014 Academic Year will commence on Friday, June 28 and end on Sunday, July 14, 2013.
The Computer Based Test (CBT) Screening Exercise is in the Use of English, Mathematics and General Paper.
REGISTRATION: The registration for the Post-UTME Screening is scheduled to commence on Friday, June 28, 2013. Candidates are to pay at the following banks: ECOBANK, FIRST BANK, UNION BANK, ZENITH BANK,ACCESS BANK, UBA, GTB AND WEMA BANK.

Screening Fee - N 1,500 Checking of Result - N 500 (Optional)
Post-UTME E-Registration Slip: Candidates are to follow instructions for the registration as indicated on the website to print their e-registration slip for the screening exercise.
DATE OF POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE The Post UTME screening exercise will take place between Monday, July 22 and Wednesday, July 24, 2013
OTHER SERVICES To assist candidates prepare adequately for the screening exercise, the following provisions have been made by the University: (1) Revision Questions and (2) Online Practice Test - N2,000 (Optional)
ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES: All candidates who scored 200 and above and have made UNILAG their FIRST CHOICE Institution in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) are eligible for the screening. In addition, candidates must possess five (5) credit passes in relevant ‘O’ level subjects including Mathematics and English Language at ONE sitting. Candidates awaiting results are also eligible. Candidates, who will not be sixteen (16) years of age byOctober 31, 2013 are not eligible and need not apply.
PROCEDURE: Candidates should follow the procedure online: Click on the 2013/2014 POST-UTME underProspective Students to print your pay advise.
ENQUIRIES Further clarification is available on Email: admissions@unilag.edu.ng and the following phone numbers: 08182715706, 08182715899, 08182714951, 08182715703, 08182716045, 08182715896, 08137391404, 07043278267, 07045515017, 07043278269 and 0704339831
Candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the guidelines and make necessary clarifications as deemed fit.

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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

ASUP urges FG to show more commitment to education: ASUP Strike called off?

ASUP Strike Update: Yesterday we were informed that students from Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State in protest of the strike block down Ikorodu road in Lagos State, which cause heavy traffic. We said, we really don't know if the meeting hold or not. After waiting for hours expecting to see a new update on the FG and ASUP Strike on Nigeria Newspapers. We noticed that Vanguard Nigeria re-published an old news which look like the meeting hold. What gave them out is the said today being the 51 day of the strike? If you are a Polytechnic Student, you will know without even thinking that the strike is not just 51 days but almost 3 months!! So did the ASUP, FG meeting really hold on the 24th June, 2013? I doubt it.
you can read the excerpt below.
As the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, strike enters its 51 day today, the union yesterday urged the Federal Government to show more commitment to matters concerning the education sector and polytechnic system in particular.
In a statement signed by ASUP Chairman, Oko Chapter, Dr. Onyeka Uwakwe, the union expressed readiness to commence academic work as soon as the national strike was suspended.
Reaffirming support for the decisions of the National Executive Council, NEC, ASUP- said it was prepared for the hosting of the union’s 74th NEC meeting at Federal Polytechnic, Oko and urged members to lend maximum support.
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 School in Nigeria is getting worse and nobody is doing anything to rectify it????

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

News: Covenant University’s Former Vice-Chancellor Suspended For Exam Fraud

Professor Aize Obayan, a former Vice Chancellor of Covenant University, Ota has been suspended from her position as director of the Education Commission of the Winners Chapel by the church’s general overseer, Bishop David Oyedepo.

Ms. Obayan was suspended for reportedly altering examination results for several students in the department of Mass Communications. Among the students who benefited from the former VC’s grade alteration was Ms. Obayan’s own daughter. The former VC was accused of perpetrating the academic fraud during her tenure.

The former VC’s daughter graduated with a Second Class Upper Division in Mass Communication and is currently doing her National Youth Service Corps service. A source at the university revealed that Ms. Obayan inflated all of her daughter’s scores, otherwise the young woman would have earned a Third Class degree.

The former VC had re-introduced make-up examination without proper authorization – and after the university’s Senate had abolished the option. “She introduced make-up exam to enable her daughter [to] retake the course she failed,” said a source. Recently, a Dr. Omojola, a lecturer in the Department of Mass Communication, petitioned the Chancellor of the University after his first protest was suppressed by the then VC. In his protest, Mr. Omojola alleged that Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu, the acting Head of Department of Mass Communication, had engaged in extensive alteration of students’ examination results. The petition led to Mr. Ekeanyanwu’s removal as Head of Department.

Dr. Stanley Ngoa replaced him, but spent only the 2011-2012 session at the helm, before the former VC reappointed Dr. Ekeanyawu to return as departmental head.

Our source indicated that, with Dr. Ekeanyanwu’s return, the fraudulent practice of grade alteration worsened in the Mass Communication Department and across other departments of the university, including Chemistry where one student’s score was raised to 45% from 5 %, an outright failure. Associate Professor Taiwo Abioye, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration, headed a panel appointed by the Chancellor, Professor C.K. Ayo, to investigate the case.

Dr. Ekeanyanwu was summoned by the panel to defend himself on charges of altering examination scores of students, including Miss Obayan, for monetary benefits.

He not only accepted his guilt for all the charges, but also confessed that he acted in collusion with the former VC, Professor Obayan.

Ms. Obayan was also invited to appear before the Abioye panel, but she reportedly offered no defense. Pastor Faith Oyedepo, wife of Bishop Oyedepo, has taken over the duties of Ms. Obayan at the church’s secretariat. SaharaReporters learned that plans were underway to return Dr. Daniel Rotimi to the Education Commission. Mr. Rotimi was a one-time registrar of the University.

It was learned that Mr. Rotimi, who is a pastor, last year married a second wife (a former student at Covenant University) in his quest for a male child. He and his first wife had only girls. A lecturer at Covenant University told SaharaReporters that he wondered whether the university could really realize its much touted claim of raising a new generation of African leaders when top officials at the school offer examination grades for sale?

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

FG approves cut-off marks for 2013/2014 UTME- 150 for Polytechnics and 180 for Federal Universities

Abuja – The Federal Government on Tuesday in Abuja approved cut-off marks for admission into tertiary institutions for the 2013/2014 academic session.
The Minister of Education, Ruqayyatu Rufa’i, announced the cut-off marks into Colleges of Education, Polytechnics and other degree-awarding  institutions as 150 while 180 is for federal universities.
Ruqayyatu Rufa' and Ojereinde
Ruqayyatu Rufa’ and Ojereinde
Rufa’i said this at the Fourth Combined Policy Meeting on Admission to Degree-Awarding Institutions, National Diploma (ND), Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) and National Innovation Diploma (NID) awarding institutions.
She said the meeting was to plan for the selection of qualified candidates into the nations tertiary institutions and also to restore confidence in the education system.
“I implore all stakeholders to follow the Federal Government’s guidelines on admission which stipulates a 70:30 Technology/Non-Technology ratio for ND programmes.
“Also, 60:40 Science/Arts ratio for Degree and Nigeria Certificate in Education programmes and also to observe the criteria on merit, catchments and educationally less developed states.
“In addition, we must not forget the carrying-capacity of our institutions as approved by the accrediting bodies,’’ she said.
According to her, the accreditation bodies are the National Universities Commission (NUC), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) and National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).
Rufa’i said in order to enhance the carrying capacities of the country’s institutions the ministry had undertaken continuous development and rehabilitation of infrastructure in the institutions of higher learning.

She, however, said the Tertiary Education Trust Fund had disbursed N256.4 billion over the past three years for diverse development activities in the institutions.
She said that at the polytechnic level all the 51 Federal and state and polytechnics had benefited from rehabilitation and upgrading of their laboratories to 21st century standards at a total of N15 billion.
She said that this had helped to enhance the teaching and learning process in the institutions.
She also said that work had also started on the construction of micro-teaching laboratories in our colleges of education.
The minister also said that all Federal Colleges of Education and one state College of Education per state would benefit from this, making a total of 58 institutions at a cost of N11.6 billion.
“I am pleased that these interventions continue to translate to expanded carrying capacity in our institutions.
“For this academic year, we expect carrying capacity to increase from 400,691 admitted last year to over 500,000.
“I urge all institutions to carefully examine their carrying capacities in relation to their expanding infrastructure. You must make sure that you fill the quota for each course.’’
She called on all institutions to adhere to the admission timetable as prepared by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Rufa’i commended JAMB on the successful conduct of the 2013 UTME.
The Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, said the meeting was to prepare grounds for needed capital development to engineer the Nigerian Technological growth that would be attained through quality and functional education of the citizens.
“Let me remind all the federal institutions that the ratio of 45:35:20 for merit, catchment and educationally less-developed states, respectively, is still in force and should be adhered to strictly to ensure national cohesion.
“All Nigerians must be given the opportunity to mix and educate freely in any part of the country.’’
Ojerinde also said the ratio of 40:40:20 for state-owned institutions must be strictly adhered to. (NAN)
Reference: Freebrowsinglink.com and Vanguardngr.com