DESPITE persistent controversy trailing the introduction of post-Unifed Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) formerly called post-UME since 2005 by the Federal Government, university Vice Chancellors are resolute in retaining the policy.Read More
Just as the two winners of the programme: â€œBe Road Friendlyâ€ will be heading to the United Kingdom, August this year, Lagos State government has concluded plans to give immediate job opportunity to graduates of Lagos State University School of Traffic (LASUSOT) in order to alleviate the suffering of the unemployed graduates of the state.Read More
Education is said to be the bed rock of any developing country, as it serves as a spring board to the well being of any nation. It also serves as the hub through which all sectors of any economy are powered. Unfortunately, the reverse is the case in Nigeria.Read More
The clergy charged the students to emulate Nelson Mandela who is not just an elder statesman but also an international figure because of his outstanding performance adding that the governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola is a proxy example of an outstanding achiever amongst his counterparts.Read More
By Emeka Aginam Having worked through the months toÂ successfully completeÂ another program of corporate citizenship activity in Nigeria aimed at helping Cross River State compete in a global marketplace, IBM consultants have helped the Cross River State University of Technology in the implementation of modern processes and technologies to ensure the effective running of
By Emmanuel Edukugho GRADUATING students of Loral International Schools, FESTAC/Igbesa have been advised not to fully depend on their parents for what they want, but to allow themselves the pleasure of some hardship and challenges.
The governor urged the staff and students of the school to protect the property from vandalisation while assuring that there are no plans to increase school fees or impose any levies.Read More
â€œSenate of the University of Lagos has resolved to do justice as well as honour the distinguished former Vice-Chancellor today in the light of the definition of plato that justice is acknowledging and honouring members of any society that deserve them.â€Read More
AS Nigeria continued to battle with the dwindling standard of education, parents have been identified as a major factor in tackling the problem as they have an incomparable privilege and responsibility to determine both direction and how far a child goes.Read More
The lingering feud at the Nigeria French Language Village (NFLV) where academic and non-academic staff are demanding for the removal of the Director-General, a situation which has grounded the system, is causing serious concern to the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufai.Read More
The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fasola (SAN) recently inaugurated a new Governing Council for the Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Otto/Ijanikin. The new Governing Council is headed by Mrs. Adedamola Akran.Read More
Principal of the Nigerian Turkish International College, Mr. Kamil Kemanci, in his welcome address said that for the graduating student and their ever supporting parents, the graduation ceremony marks the completion of the second stage in their march towards a successful life career.Read More
Computer Warehouse Group, one of Africaâ€™s most enterprising ICT companies will be constructing a building dedicated for the appreciation and development of Information technology at the University Of Lagos.
This was disclosed recently by the Group CEO, Austin Okere when he alongside his team, paid a courtesy visit to the universityâ€™s Vice Chancellor, Prof. A.B. Sofoluwe.
The Vice Chancellor, Lagos State University, Professor Lateef Akani Hussein has said that he will ever remain committed to the less privileged and sound academic performed students to ensure that financing their education will not be a hindrance to their academic pursuit.Read More
Westminster Col-lege, Lagos churned out 33 students at its 8th Valedictory service and Graduation ceremony last Thursday of which 32 of them had already obtained the required WAEC Results needed for admission into universities in Nigeria or abroad.Read More