EDUCATION Archive

11 Plus mock exams are a critical part of the preparation for most pupils. @11PlusExams1

Mock exams are important because:   your child will benefit greatly from the experience of taking exams with other pupils, thereby reducing nerves and anxiety for the actual exam   parents will have the opportunity to gauge how well their child is prepared by reviewing the feedback reports and ranking by subject for their child.

[News] : Nigeria students to south Africans: Vacate from Nigeria before 48 hrs

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has given 48 hours final proposal to all South African organizations in Nigeria to migrate over the xenophobic assaults on Nigerians in South Africa. The understudies gave the final offer at a tranquil show at some South African organizations in Abuja on Thursday. Amid the walk the understudies

[News] : How police allegedly brutalized Ibadan poly students [PHOTOS]

The Students Union Government, SUG, of the Polytechnic of Ibadan, has asserted police severity of eleven understudies of the organization who were captured by the Oyo State Police Command on Tuesday. The Oyo State Police had apparently guaranteed that the understudies attacked the police, rupturing open peace and attacked its base camp. In any case,

[Education] : OOU produces 43 first class graduates, 41 PhD holders

Olabisi Onabanjo University(OOU), Ago – Iwoye has delivered 43 First Class and 41 PhD graduates in its joined 2014/2015, 2015/2016 Convocation function with a sum of 5,809 graduands. The Vice – Chancellor, Prof. Saburi Adesanya, who uncovered this to columnists on Monday at the establishment’s fundamental grounds in Ago – Iwoye in front of OOU

[News] : MMM – UNIOSUN say students must pay N2bn debt-

Vice Chancellor of the Osun State University, UNIOSUN, Prof. Labode Popoola, said on Saturday that the institution would gather the over N2bn obligation owed by the students. He announced that it was of no importance regardless of whether the s had gathered the cash they put resources into the Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, MMM. “Some of

[News] : SSANU, NASU, NAAT begin five-day warning strike tomorrow

Non-Academic exercises in University will be incapacitated for five days from tomorrow as the non-showing staff unions including the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT, and Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU, have debilitated to initiate on a notice strike over non-usage of the 2009 assertions the unions went into

[Education] : NANS HAIL BUHARI ON OKWORI’S APPOINTMENT AS PROVOST, COLLEGE OF RESEARCH AND MEDICAL LABORATORY

Being an Aluta impetration for institutional stability from Students. It is indispensable for us as  the acme leadership of students in  NANS   to invoke  for the stability of institutions within our amiable zone, Zone C, aligning with the fact that our  zone which encompasses north east and north central Nigeria,  also has the challenge

[News] : 2 Unilag graduating students attain 5.0 CGPA as 8,000 matriculate

Two graduating students of the University of Lagos have recorded 5.00 Cumulative Grade Point Average, CGPA, in 2015/2016 scholarly session, much the same as Ayodele Dada recorded same accomplishment in the earlier year. Rahamon Bello, the Vice-Chancellor (V-C) of the institution, who gave the insight amid the 2016/2017 registration on Friday, named the two female

[#News] : No ASUU strike soon as Nigerian govt properly handles controversial issues – Official

  The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, on Thursday gave an indication that there would be no strike by lecturers in the near future. The union declared satisfaction with how the federal government was handling some controversial issues that led to last November’s warning strike. It also expressed confidence that the future of Nigerian

[#News] : Anti-Corruption Group Exonerates JAMB Boss Of Wrongdoing

An Anti Corruption Group, CESJET has exonerated the registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Oloyede of any wrong doing in an alleged N2 billion fruad by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), describing it false. Addressing journalists in Abuja CESJET Convener/Executive Secretary, Comrade Ikpa Isaac said the petition against Professor