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Corps Marshal At Covenant University For Son’s Graduation

……….Covenant University Produces Perfect Score At 14th Convocation Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State has for the first time produce a perfect score of 5:00 at its 14th convocation held on Friday. The best student of the university, Miss Ajia Motunrayo is from the department of petroleum Engineering from College of Engineering obtained Cumulative Grade Point of 5:00. This came after a Cumulative Grade Point of 4.99 in 2016. In her valecditory message, the excited Motunrayo thanked the university for an enabling environment to study. Also thanked her parents for their…

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Covenant University Produces 215 1st Class Graduates

A total of 215 out of the 1, 580 that graduated from the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, at its 2018/2019 convocation came out with First Class degrees. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Aaron Atayero, disclosed this during the 14th Convocation ceremony and conferment of Honorary Doctorate Degrees, and Presentation of Prizes in Ota. They comprised 215 first class honours, 668 second class upper honours, 415 second class lower, 9 in third class and 239 post graduate students. Miss Ajia Motunrayo, a student, Department of Petroleum Engineering, College of Engineering, emerged the…

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Landmark Varsity Produces 51 1st Class Graduates

No fewer than 51 out of 432 graduating students of Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara, on Friday graduated with first class honours at the university’s sixth convocation. The breakdown of the figure showed that 182 females and 250 male graduated from the institution’s three colleges. Female graduands dominated the best graduating students in all the institution’s colleges with 26 of them earning fist class status. The Institution’s Chancellor, Dr David Oyedepo, in his address said the worsening food crisis remained the greatest threat to the survival of Africa as a continent.…

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UI Celebrates 41 Students For Wining NNPC, Total Scholarship Award

The University of Ibadan has commended 41 of its students who were among those that won the NNPC/Total scholarship awards recently announced. The students from various departments were among the 429 students across the country in different universities who won the 2018/19 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/Total National Merit Scholarship Award. The students whose names were published in the national dailies were said to have performed creditably at the Scholarship Selection Test conducted on 1 December, 2018 at the various test centers across the country in which millions of Nigerian…

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ICF Nigeria Launches Ignite Project, Partners UI

International Coach Federation (ICF Nigeria) joins other ICF Chapters worldwide as it launches a landmark initiative called IGNITE engaging humanity through education. The initiative which was flagged-off recently is in partnership with University of Ibadan. Ignite Initiative is in line with ICF Foundation’s mission to connect and equip professional coaches and organizations to accelerate and amplify social progress through pro-bono coaching. The project supports the United Nations 2030 SDG #4, Education. ICFN will offer the gift of coaching through the transformational power of Coaching on pro bono basis to top leadership…

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Lagos Begins Assessment Of State–Owned Schools

…Rehabilitation Of Facilities Commences During Holiday    The Lagos State government has commenced the implementation of its plan to improve quality of education in all state-owned schools, with the tour of schools on Monday by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to physically assess the state of facilities.   The Governor said immediate repairs and rehabilitation of dilapidated facilities would be the first phase of the plan to strengthen the public schools, pointing out that the tour was to carry out complete assessment of the facilities to be rehabilitated.   The Deputy Governor,…

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JAMB To Register Candidates By NIM In 2020

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says starting from 2020, candidates will register for its examinations with their National Identity Management Number (NIM) to solve the challenges of multiple registration. Head of Media of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, made this known at a one-day capacity building workshop organised by the National Examination Council (NECO) for education correspondents in Keffi on Friday. Benjamin, who spoke on the topic: “Understanding Reporting in the 21st Century”, said the development would be facilitated through partnership with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).…

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Ogun Sets Up Visitation Panel For TASCE To Check Standard

Worried by the worsening standard at the Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE), Omu-Ijebu, Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun has constituted a visitation panel on the institution. A statement issued in Abeokuta by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Kunle Somorin, said that the panel would be led by Prof. Kamal Balogun of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye. According to the statement, the panel will among others, assess the current status of the institution with a view to ascertaining the attainment or otherwise of the objectives and…

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VC Says UI Suffers Infrastructural Deficit, Limits Students Admission

University of Ibadan (UI) Vice Chancellor, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka has disclosed that one of the problems confronting the Nigeria’s premier University was infrastructural deficit which, according to him “hampers many Departments and Faculties from admitting more students “ “We don’t want to admit students more than what our facilities can accommodate because we are not ready to compromise quality education that UI is reputed for, but if we have more infrastructure, we will admit more students because we know that many admission seekers want to attend UI”, he stated.…

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SERAP Sues Okowa, UBEC Over State Of Delta Primary Schools

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit asking the Federal High Court to: “compel governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa of Delta State to explain the disparity between budgetary allocations to primary education and the reality that several of the around 1,124 primary schools across the State are in shambles, and with very poor teaching facilities.” According to SERAP’s lawsuit: “tens of thousands of Nigerian children are being left behind in Delta state and their futures put in jeopardy. These children are being short-changed and they deserve to know…

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