AFTER delivering the fifth inaugural lecture of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) at its headquarters in Victoria Island, Lagos recently, Olurotimi Akeusola has been confirmed Professor.Read More
The Joint Union of Plateau State owned Tertiary Institutions, JUPTI has raised the alarm over the exodus of experienced professionals who have abandoned the institutions for greener pasture.Read More
THE Registrar of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Professor Dibu Ojerinde has stated that students and candidates who are not computer literate will not be allowed to write any examination coordinated by the board from 2015.Read More
About 69% of Nigerian students who wrote the last West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations, WASSCE, failed. If this statistic is anything to judge the education sector by, it would mean that only about three out of ten students currently in the nation’s secondary schools will be qualified for the tertiary level at the end of their secondary school careers.Read More
PROFESSOR Oyesoji Aremu, Deputy Director, Aca-demics, Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan, has called on the Federal Government to without further delay, declare a state of emergency in the education sector. The call is coming on the heels of the mass failure recorded at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) results recently.Read More
MultiChoice Nigeria has urged female students in tertiary institutions to prepare themselves for hard-work on the completion of their studies to ensure their success in life.Read More
HALITOSIS or bad breath, is an unpleasant odour of the mouth present on exhaled breath. According to medical experts, this very embarrassing condition which can be acute (occasional) or chronic (long-lasting), could be caused by several factors including food, poor dental hygiene, tobacco products, health problems, dry mouth, mouth infections, dentures or braces and medicationsRead More
Holiday lessons used to be an excuse for parents to get their children out of the house, while gearing them up for the next academic session.
For children, it was not just an opportunity to get ahead academically, but to spend time with their friends in a more relaxed environment.
NIGERIA Society of Bio-chemistry Students (NSBS), University of Nigeria, Nsukka on Friday, came out en mass to protest the deadly Ebola virus that has claimed over 900 lives in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.Read More
Member, Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Adebimpe Akinsola, has described the decadence in the education sector in Nigeria as a systemic problem which crept into the country in a gradual process.Read More