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ASUP, COEASU: Shekarau’s integrity still at stake

ASUP, COEASU: Shekarau’s integrity still at stake

By Oyeniran Apata  / Correspondent, Lagos “We have been compromising since 2013. We have continued to agree to suspend the strike but at each point, government always breaches the agreement. What…

‘LASU fees reduction won’t affect projects’

‘LASU fees reduction won’t affect projects’

 Professor John Obafunwa is the Vice Chancellor, Lagos State University (LASU). In this interview with Reporter, Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase, he speaks on the ongoing infrastructural renewal projects, and other issues at…

Old students vow to reposition GSS Ilorin

Old students vow to reposition GSS Ilorin

By Dele Moses   /  Reporter, Ilorin Moved by the unsatisfactory standard of  Government Secondary School (GSS), Ilorin, Kwara State the old boys of the institution have resolved to restore…

Pro-Chancellors push for increased tuition to complement federal grants

By Innocent Oweh  / Correspondent, Abuja The Committee of Pro-Chancellors of Federal Universities has urged Nigerians to do away with the perception that hike in fees would prevent the children of…

Clergy tasks students on leadership role

By Oyeniran Apata / Correspondent, Lagos The graduating students of Lead Forte-Gate Schools, Ogudu, Lagos, have been charged to aspire to greater heights and bring the hopes of their parents alive.…

Firm organises career counselling for students

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos One of Nigeria’s telecommunication companies, Etisalat has restated its commitment to the development of Nigerian youths by organizing a career and counseling programme for secondary…

Examination guide to parents

How do you know your children are grown? By checking if they make funny faces or roll their eyes at comments like “you’ve grown so tall!” If that does not…

Polytechnics resume amidst low students turnout

By Oyeniran Apata/ Correspondent, Lagos Following suspension of the 11 months old strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) students and lecturers, on Tuesday, resumed work nationwide…

As students share holiday experiences

To Kafayat Hassan HND I Book Publishing students of Yabatech the holiday provided her opportunity to spend more time with her family. She said, “I did not take up any…

FG reads riot act to varsities over delayed projects

By Innocent Oweh / Correspondent, Abuja Federal Government has warned institutions that benefited from the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) for projects that it would no longer tolerate cases of abandoned…

Don calls for commitment to education

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase / Reporter, Lagos Governments at all levels have been advised to demonstrate more practical commitments to the provision of quality education in order to achieve better learning outcomes…

2013 Education Summit: Resolutions already being implemented— Jonathan

•As NUC unveils new broadband network By Innocent Oweh /  Correspondent, Abuja President Goodluck Jonathan has said most of the recommendations and fall out of the 2013 National Summit on…

Lagos task heads of schools on safety

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos Lagos State Head of Service, Mrs. Josephine Williams has charged principals and head teachers in the state owned schools to be more concerned about the…

JAMB’s CBT as remedy for examination malpractices

JAMB’s CBT as remedy for examination malpractices

By Innocent Oweh / Correspondent, Abuja The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board(JAMB)has achieved another great feat by releasing the 2014 national cut-off points for admissions into Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of…

Crescent varsity graduates shine in UNILAG PG exams

Five mass communication graduates of Crescent University, Abeokuta have been admitted on merit into the prestigious master’s degree programme of University of Lagos. A source close to post-graduate school of…

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