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LASU: Govt sets up visitation panel as legislators indict VC

The Lagos State Government has set up a visitation panel to look into the crisis rocking Lagos State University (LASU) just as the report of the 6-man committee of the State House of Assembly on the lingering crisis indicted the vice chancellor among other things, for contract splitting, violation of the N2 million approval limit, irregular appointment, discrepancy between the approved, budget and the figure being quoted by the university.

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Uniformed voluntary clubs in schools engage youths

Following the resuscitation of five uniformed voluntary organisations in Lagos State public primary and secondary schools early this year, school children have not only been registered as members of these clubs but are already actively participating in their activities and programmes, a development that now enables them to utilise their time and energy usefully and productively.

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Need for ICT in keeping schools’ records

Records of most schools in Nigeria, either public or private, are kept manually, in paper form. With the passage of time, vital records and information are lost as the papers get defaced. This problem, coupled with the difficulty of wading through a mountain of paperwork often result in wrong performance analysis, inaccurate planning, and inefficient management of the schools.

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