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By Oyeniran Apata  -  LAgos    As the controversy that greeted the new admission policy announced recently by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) is yet to settle, stakeholders in the education sector have risen to condemn the boards’ action. Beginning with a peaceful protest rally...

By Yemi Adebisi  - Lagos   In a bid to improve the quality of education in the country, the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools...

By Gabriel John  -  Kaduna    In line with the educational needs of the Northern part of Nigeria, the Nigeria Brewery said it had spent over N100million on revamping the educational structures in the North.  Speaking over the weekend at the Government Secondary School, Makera, Kaduna South Local Government Council area, the Brewery Manager, Mr. Adebolu Obawole...

By Oyeniran Apata  -   Lagos   The President of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, Prof. Rasheed Arogundade has advised President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to accord funding priority to the medical colleges across the nation. This he argued would address the challenge of frequent visits to foreign nations for medical attention by wealthy...

By Kunle Ajayi  -  Lagos   The out-going students of Legacy High School, Lagos have been advised to make right and informed choice in their academic pursuit as they bow out of secondary school to further their education. Drawing from the various testimonies by parents and successful old students of the school in their respective fields of endeavours, the graduating...

By Oyeniran Apata  -  LAgos    In what has been tagged as a reversal, authority of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on Tuesday, modified its controversial admission policy, which would have barred many candidates from writing the post-Unifying Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) tests in institutions of their choice. As the news of the...

By Innocent Oweh -  Abuja    Former Minister of Information and Pro-chancellor of University of Lagos, Professor Jerry Gana, has said the recent pronouncement by the National Universities Commission (NUC) that it would henceforth not recognize online degrees, was in the right direction.  He said NUC being the regulator of university education had the liberty to...

By Judith Eshemitan,  Lagos   Findings reveal that the oil and gas industry has been largely dominated by male entrepreneurs. That trend seems to...

By Oyeniran Apata –   Lagos   The saying, that It is hard to beat a person who never gives up, best describes the renewed vigour with which...

The excellent performances put up by secondary pupils from government owned school in Lagos State at the just concluded maiden edition of the quiz and...