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Librarians deserve academic status, veteran librarian says

Veteran librarian, Jonathan Dipeolu has advocated academic status for professional librarians. He was the Keynote lecturer at the maiden...

Minimum requirements of becoming a professor in Nigeria

Holding the academic rank of professor is no child’s play in Nigeria. There are certain minimum requirements expected to be fulfilled for...

Nigerian Association of Evaluators (NAE) elects new executive council

The 3rd Annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Association of Evaluators held at the Rockview Hotel Royale, Abuja, on Monday 25th March,...

Buhari signs bill stopping NYSC from posting engineering graduates to schools

President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja assented to Engineers (Registration etc) Amendment Bill, 2019, which among others, bars the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)...

Over 300 Nigerian pilots are unemployed – NCAT

The Rector, Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, (NCAT), Mohammed Abdulsalam, on Wednesday revealed that the country currently has over 300 unemployed young pilots who...

21st Century Teaching: A clarion call for rejuvenating professionalism

Stephen Williams proposes a model for the rejuvenating of professionalism among teachers in this article. He proposes regular training of educators, allowance for collaboration...

Career Opportunities for Mass Communication Graduates

Mass Communication is a field that has to do with professionals. It has a widespread opportunities that one can delve into depending how professional...

Career opportunities in Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Electrical/Electronics Engineering is one of the fields in engineering today. In this article, EduCeleb.com presents you some career opportunities in it. While meanings change, the...

Implications of the re-establishment of TESCOM in Lagos State

The passage of a bill re-establishing the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) by the Lagos State House of Assembly last Thursday, February 1, 2018 is one...

Should a First Class graduate consider postgraduate degree or paid employment...

First Class graduates are said to have scored the top scores in their university education. They may not necessarily be brilliant than their peers....
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