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How Nigeria can attain vision 20: 2020 – NOTAP boss

How Nigeria can attain vision 20: 2020 – NOTAP boss

In line with the transformation agenda of President Goodluck Jonathan towards attaining the vision 20: 2020, the Director General/Chief Executive Officer, National Office for Technology Acquisition Promotion (NOTAP), Engr. Umar Bindir, has opined that Nigeria must take advantage of the merits of engineering and technology to drive the economy if it must achieve the development status to be among the top 20 economies in the world.

Climate change: Lagos threatens to prosecute violators of parks and garden regulations

Climate change: Lagos threatens to prosecute violators of parks and garden regulations

Violators of Parks and Garden Regulations have been warned by the Lagos State Government to desist forthwith as defaulters would henceforth be fined or made to serve jail term. Managing Director, Lagos State Parks and Garden Agency, Mrs Titi Anibaba, who gave the warning in her Alausa office at a media briefing, enumerated that such offences that are punishable by the law include neglect, failure and refusal to landscape and beautify the perimeter fence of residents’ properties.

Scholarship

Scholarship

Mälardalen University offers a limited numbers of scholarships to students coming from countries outside of EU/EEA/Switzerland and they are required to pay tuition fees. The scholarship programme will cover 100% of the tuition fee for the program as long as applicants follow the normal study plan (minimum 22,5 credits/semester, minimum 45 credits/academic year). The scholarship is not open for students from the 12 countries which Sweden has long-term development cooperation. The application deadline is January

Nigerian Universities need a paradigm shift – Prof. Chalokwu

Nigerian Universities need a paradigm shift – Prof. Chalokwu

Nigerian-born Professor of Geochemistry and Physical Science at Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Prof. Christopher Chalokwu, has said that a paradigm shift in the governance and structure of Nigerian universities is needed to overcome the crisis in the education sector.