According to a statement relesased, about 4,000 students of Osun State University may be expelled for failing to pay their school fees before the February 28, 2017 deadline set by the authorities of the institution. The affected students may also miss the first semester examination scheduled to begin on March 6. The management of the university disclosed this in a statement by the Corporate Affairs Unit yesterday. The institution’s management set a deadline
Following the violent protests embarked upon by irate students of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), the authorities of the institution has directed the students to vacate the campus until peace returns to the troubled institution. Announcing the closure at a radio programme monitored by The Guardian, the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Israel Ndukwe; Registrar, John Nnabue and his Deputy, Child Ezenwa said the decision was taken to avert
West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is scheduled to start by Thursday 20 of February 2017 and ends on the Monday 15th May 2017. Below are some important things to note according to the examination body: 1. Difference in Time on Question Paper and Timetable Where the duration indicated on the question paper differs from that on the timetable, the one on the question paper should be followed. Question Papers
The Governor of Akwa Ibom State is celebrating students all across the world. He posted on is facebook timeline a special message for students all around the State. In his words- Happy International Students Day to Akwa Ibom students all over the world! Today, I was excited to see that our students have volunteered to make a difference by offering social services for community development as part of their civic responsibility. I
The Academic Staff Union of University ASUU has issued a statement saying it would embark on a one week warning strike starting from Wednesday November 16th to Tuesday November 22nd. According to the statement signed by ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi, the strike action is as a result of the Federal government's failure to implement the 2009 Agreement and 2013 MoU.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, says it will adopt “pin vending” for the 2017 UTME test, advising intending candidates to get familiar with the new approach. The board’s Head of Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, said on Wednesday in Lagos that it would no longer use scratch cards. He said, “Candidates, wishing to sit for the 2017 examination, should start getting themselves familiar with the newly adopted process of