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WAEC says delay in collection of GCE certificates attracts custody fee

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has urged GCE candidates to endeavour to collect their certificates within four years of writing the examination as any delay beyond that will attract custody fee.

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Checkout school fees, increments in Nigerian varsities

In this era of recession, some families are finding it difficult to meet their most basic needs of shelter, food and clothing, and many more unable to afford sending their children to schools. In this report, Vanguard Learning presents the school fees of some tertiary institutions in Nigeria including federal, state and private institutions. This is to help prospective students and parents have a fair idea of what the fees are like so they can make informed decisions.

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Group demands reversal of YABATECH’s fee hike

THE Education Rights Campaign, ERC, has called on the management of Yaba College of Technology, YABATECH, to totally reverse its fees hike for students of the institution noting that the decision to partially reverse fees of full time students to N22,500 was a half measure. It also asked the institution to reinstate its students’ union starting with a caretaker committee, and the suspended students.

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Technical education answer to JAMB admission problems – Erogbogbo

EXECUTIVE Secretary, Lagos State Technical and Vocational Education Board, LASTVEB, Mrs. Omolara Erogbogbo has posited that the way forward for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) yearly admission problems was embracing of technical education. She noted that if only students seeking admission into universities could embrace technical education, the issue of admission backlog and joblessness would have been over in the country.

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Greed, cause of cyber crime – Don

A PROFESSOR of Computer Security and Dean, Caleb Business School, Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State, Professor Babatope Longe, has described cyber criminality and cyber victimization as crimes tied to the exploration of human frailties such as greed, gullibility and the untamed quest for getting rich syndrom and not crimes that are necessarily influenced by social factors such as poverty, inequality and unemployment.

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