Category: education

  • Ondo State Commences Recruitment of Teachers for Primary Schools

    Ondo State Commences Recruitment of Teachers for Primary Schools

    The Ondo State government has initiated the recruitment process for teachers in public primary schools across the state, as announced by Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa a few weeks ago. Prospective applicants for the teaching positions are required to meet the following criteria outlined by the Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board: Application Procedure: The recruitment drive…

  • Governor Radda Restates Commitment to Developing Education

      Governor Mallam Umaru Dikko Radda of Katsina State extends warm wishes to the citizens on the occasion of the International Day of Education. The International Day of Education, set aside by the United Nations General Assembly, is celebrated every January 24. This global celebration recognizes the pivotal role of education in fostering peace and…

  • NASEME Graduates Fourth Quarter Courses 2023

    NASEME Graduates Fourth Quarter Courses 2023

    From Lateef Taiwo The Nigerian Army school of Electrical and Mechanical engineering (NASEME) have graduated students of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Company Commanders Course 18/23(COC), EME Young Officers Course 37/23 (YOC), Upgrading 2-1 Course (all trades) and Basic Course (all trades) for the year 2023 at the school’s Auditorium NASEME Auchi, Edo state. Speaking at…

  • Abia State Cancels Nursing School Exam Amid Misconduct Allegations

    Abia State Cancels Nursing School Exam Amid Misconduct Allegations

    By Milcah Tanimu The Abia State Government has taken the decision to cancel the recently held Preliminary Test Sessions examination for student nurses due to allegations of wrongdoing against some individuals involved in the exam’s conduct. The cancellation follows protests by affected student nurses, prompting the state government to address the issue transparently. The Commissioner…

  • Nile University of Nigeria Graduates 84 Students with First-Class Degrees

    Nile University of Nigeria Graduates 84 Students with First-Class Degrees

    The Nile University of Nigeria, located in Abuja, is set to hold its 11th convocation, and the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dilli Dogo, has announced that 84 out of the 1,251 graduating students will be awarded first-class degrees. The university has a diverse group of graduates, including 632 postgraduate students, with 45 set to receive Doctor of…

  • Students and Teachers Promote Patriotism and Unity on Nigeria’s Independence Day

    Students and Teachers Promote Patriotism and Unity on Nigeria’s Independence Day

    By  Milcah  Tanimu Students and teachers of MD School in Lagos marked Nigeria’s 63rd independence anniversary by emphasizing the importance of patriotism and unity among citizens. They conducted a National/Patriotism Day event, taking their message to public places in Lagos. Mrs. Oluwaseun Amusa, the Director of MD School, Lagos, highlighted Nigeria’s potential for greatness if…

  • “Dr. Amos Dangut’s Remarkable WAEC Journey

    Dr. Amos Josiah Dangut previously served as the Deputy Registrar in the Head of National Office’s office. He joined WAEC in 1998 as an Assistant Registrar II and steadily progressed through the ranks to become a Deputy Registrar in April 2018. During his career at WAEC, he received commendations for his transparent conduct of examinations…

  • “Covenant, UI, and FUTA Lead Nigerian Universities in 2024 Rankings”

    “Covenant, UI, and FUTA Lead Nigerian Universities in 2024 Rankings”

    By  Milcah  Tanimu According to the 2024 ratings by Times Higher Education, Covenant University, the University of Ibadan (UI), and the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) have achieved top rankings among universities in Nigeria. Among the findings of the latest rankings, Covenant University has earned a position among the top 1,000 universities globally, falling…

  • DELSU: Vice Chancellor Attributes Transformation To Synergy with Workers’Unions

    DELSU: Vice Chancellor Attributes Transformation To Synergy with Workers’Unions

    By Lateef Taiwo The Vice Chancellor of the Delta State University, ( DELSU) Abraka, Professor Andy Egwuyenga on Sunday said that the cordial working relationship between management, workers union was responsible for improved welfare of Staff, Students developmental strides in the University. Egwuyenga who spoke to Journalists after the plenary session of the 6th Regular…

  • Kaduna Govt promises improved school furniture, WASH facilities

    Desk Officer, Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) programme, Kaduna SUBEB, Mrs Josephine Michael, addressing participants at a one-day sensitisation on the enrolment of out-of-school children in Kafanchan By Philip Yatai The Kaduna State Government has pledged to provide adequate school furniture, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and other facilities to encourage school enrolment…