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Logistics and Transport Institute adopts common exams for students

These revelations came from the National Executive Director of CILT, Nigeria, Mr. Fracis Ehiquese last week at the Institute’s extra-ordinary general meeting. According to him, two examination diets will hold each year, adding that the training providers will set and forward examination questions to CILT, Nigeria for moderation which will, in turn, send it to international arm of the institute for final moderation.

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Fashola insists on tax, improved structures in private schools

“You are not to build skyscrapers but standard functional buildings that won’t collapse due to bad structure.
He commended AFED for assisting in the development of the education sector, and that government cannot do it alone, with support of private initiative. He called for unity among all the operators of private schools, the need for quality and improvement of facilities.

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Education sector in disarray

Members of the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP) have vowed to continue with their indefinite nationwide industrial action which enters the nineth day today until their major demand of immediate implementation of the staff Consolidated Tertiary Institutions Salary Structure (CONTISS) 15 is granted by the Federal Government.

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Niger govt urges proper fund utilization at IBB Varsity

However, Sarki absolved the management team of any fraudulent practice, saying “what we have established so far is that rather than underfunding, the university is being overfunded and that there is foot-dragging on the take off of various projects at the main campus and the four centres,” explaining further that the administration of Dr. Aliyu has no plans to close down the university, relocate it or starve it of funds but rather, it has taken steps, towards making it more functional and one of the most vibrant in the country.

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