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Teaching Standards: Kaduna establishes Quality Assurance Board

The Kaduna State government has announced that a law has been passed to establish the Quality Assurance Board to uphold standards in schools. This...

UI hosts conference to celebrate Falola at 65

The University of Ibadan will on Monday, January 29 and Tuesday, January 30, 2018 host a conference to celebrate the 65th birthday anniversary of...

Narrowing educational gap within Nigeria will reduce perennial crises – Don

A don at the Covenant University, Taiwo Abioye has advocated for the narrowing of the educational gap between northern and southern Nigeria to solve the...

UTME 2017: JAMB directs all tertiary institutions to end admissions by January 25

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has on Thursday directed all tertiary institutions to end admissions for the 2017/2018 academic session by 25th January,...

Falola appointed Honorary Professor at the University of Cape Town

​United States-based Nigerian Professor, Toyin Falola has been appointed as a Honorary Professor by the University of Cape Town. His appointment came from the Council...

NOUN to partner UK, South African universities, create study centres abroad

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has disclosed that it is opening linkages with universities in the United Kingdom and South Africa and...

NYSC DG charges corps members on utilising SAED for job creation

The Director-General of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Sulaiman Kazaure, has charged Corps Members to maximize the abundant opportunities of the Skills Acquisition and...

Kaduna teachers call off strike

Teachers in Kaduna State have called off the strike they commenced ten days ago. They had embarked on the indefinite industrial action under the ...

NANS faults Kaduna teachers’ sack

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has faulted the planned sack of teachers in Kaduna State.  NANS made this known on...

Police arrests two for illegal UTME registration

The Nigerian police has on Saturday night arrested two men who are also owners of Computer Based Test (CBT) centres in Lagos for engaging...
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