UNN Postgraduate Academic Calendar for 2019/2020 Academic Year

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University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) Postgraduate Academic Calendar for 2019/2020 Academic Year Lenon January 25, 2021 Student Guide UNN Postgraduate Academic Calendar | The management of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) school of postgraduate studies has released the revised academic calendar for the 2019/2020 academic session. UNN Postgraduate Calendar. FIRST SEMESTER: January 2021 Monday 18   Arrival/Registration of New Postgraduate Students Continue Sale of Application form for 2020/2021 Postgraduate Application continue Tuesday 19 First Semester Lectures continue for Postgraduate Students (mainly online) February 2021 Thursday 04 Friday 05 Board Meeting Registration Ends for New Postgraduate Students Saturday 06 Matriculation ceremonies for Postgraduate Students (who are not Alumni of UNN) Wednesday 10 Orientation for Fresh Postgraduate Students at the Departmental and Faculty Level Thursday 11 Orientation for Fresh Postgraduate Students at the University level at Ekpo Convocation Arena Friday 12 Registration for Old Postgraduate Students ends Late Registration for Old/New Students begins Monday 15 Submission of Completed End of Session Report Forms Monday 22 End of Sale of Application Form for Postgraduate Admissions 2020/2021 End of First Semester Lectures Submission […]

UNICAL Academic Calendar for 2020/2021 Released

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Are you interested in UNICAL academic calendar for 2020/2021? If you are looking for UNICAL academic calendar for 2020 then am very happy to inform you that UNICAL academic calendar has been provided here in this post. This is a notice to the general public as well as staffs and students of University of Calabar that UNICAL academic calendar for 2020 has been released by the management. About UNICAL Academic Calendar First of all, Academic calendar is a schedule of all of the events that occur in an academic year. These events may include examination dates, breaks, lecture periods, matriculation dates and other important events. So, having said that, UNICAL academic calendar is simply a schedule of all of the events that will occur in University of Calabar for the academic year in question. UNICAL Academic Calendar FIRST SEMESTER FEBRUARY 2021 Friday 5th – Students Arrive Campus Monday 8th – Lectures Resume for all students Wednesday 17th – INAUGURAL LECTURE Friday 26th – Lectures end for all students MARCH 2021 Monday 1st – Exams Begin for Pre-degree and Final Year Students […]

AKSU 2nd semester exam timetable for 2019/2020 session

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Posted by MTH216 on 25th January, 2021   |   Comments Please find attached the 2019/2020 second semester examination time-tables. The school management decided to publish the timetable so early so that lecturers and students should be aware of how the semester and examinations will look in line with management decision and work towards it’s success. All Heads of Departments should therefore please make these time tables available to lecturers and students immediately so that we can all work towards achieving the early completion of the semester for the commencement of the 2020/2021 session by May 2021 as proposed by management. All clashes should be reported to Dr. J. S. Ekpo of the Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, if you are in Obio-Akpa campus while those at the main campus should be reported to the undersigned. I wish you and all your students a peaceful and successful semester. Dr. Aniefiok O. Akpan mnip, fiia Chairman, CTTC

COVID-19: FG extends guidelines for another one month

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The Federal Government on Monday announced the extension of the extant measures prescribed in the guidelines for phase three of the eased lockdown, by a period of one month with effect from Tuesday, January 26, 2020. In the guidelines which had expired on Monday, January 26, 2021, the government retained the midnight-4am curfew on movement nationwide, as well as ordered workers on grade levels 12 and above to work from home. The Federal Government had said it will hold permanent secretaries responsible for violation of the guidelines. Other measures approved by the President include, maintaining the third phase of the National Response to Covid-19 for a period of four weeks with effect from 00.01am on December 20, 2020 in line with amendments to address economic, socio-political and health considerations reflected in the table above. Others include advisory to the sub-national entities to enforce adherence to non- pharmaceutical initiatives already well publicised. The Federal Government had also embarked on the sanctions against international passengers that failed to show up for day-seven post arrival testing, as well as implementation of the National […]

FEDPOLEL School Fees for New And Old Students 2020/2021

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How much is FEDPOLEL school fees for new and returning students 2020/2021? If you are interested in FEDPOLEL school fees for new and old students then am very happy to inform you that we have dedicated this post to providing you Federal Polytechnic Ile-Oluji school fees. N50,000. Fedpolel school fees for freshers in ND programmes is N50,000.00 while for returning students is N45,500.00. Federal Poly Ile-Oluji Tuition / School Fees Schedule 2020/2021 [ND 1 & ND 2] ND1 ITEM AMOUNT (₦) Registration 3,000.00 Sports 3,000.00 Examination Charges 6,500.00 Verification of Credentials 3,500.00 Prospectus/Handbook 1,500.00 Matriculation/Graduation 3,000.00 Tution Fees – Laboratory Charges 4,000.00 Medical Services/Tiship 4,500.00 Student Identify Cards 1,000.00 ICT Charges 5,000.00 Library 3,000.00 Enterpreneurship Dev. Project 3,500.00 Workshop Charges 3,000.00 Municipal Charges 2,500.00 SIWES Supervision 3,000.00 TOTAL 50,000.00 ND2 ITEM AMOUNT (₦) Registration 3,000.00 Sports 3,000.00 Examination Charges 6,500.00 Verification of Credentials – Prospectus/Handbook 1,500.00 Matriculation/Graduation 3,000.00 Tution Fees – Laboratory Charges 4,000.00 Medical Services/Tiship 3,500.00 Student Identify Cards 1,000.00 ICT Charges 5,000.00 Library 3,000.00 Enterpreneurship Dev. Project 3,500.00 Workshop Charges 3,000.00 Municipal Charges 2,500.00 SIWES Supervision 3,000.00 TOTAL […]

UMYU 14th Matriculation/Orientation Ceremony for new students

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Posted by Dende on 25th January, 2021   |   Comments This is to inform all new students Undergraduate (UTME and DE) that the 14th Matriculation/Orientation Ceremony is scheduled to hold as follows: Date: Monday, 1st February, 2020 All students are to make payment via University Portal as follows: To Generate Transaction ID, Click on make other fees under Payment Manger and then select Academic Gown Fees. Signed Registrar.

After 20 year struggle, Senate sets May 29 for presidential assent to PIB

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…host communities insist on 10% equity shareholding Senate President Ahmad Lawan President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has assured that the passage and assent to the much-awaited Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) would come before May 29, 2021. Lawan gave the assurance on Monday at the Joint Committee on Downstream Petroleum Sector, Petroleum Resources (Upstream) and Gas during a two-day public hearing on PIB at the National… Don’t miss another story Become a BusinessDay Subscriber today. For insights, facts, figures, and access to opportunities.Options starting from N1000 Monthly Already a subsriber? Login Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now. Subscribe

Meristem presents outlook for 2021 titled ‘bracing for a different future’ | The Guardian Nigeria News

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Meristem Securities Limited, a leading capital market conglomerate, recently launched its economic outlook report for the year 2021. The outlook report titled ‘Bracing for a Different Future’ the report highlights in depth a wide range of issues relevant to an evolving future. With a global economy that has been scarred by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the domestic economy is not left out, as the Nigeria economy slipped back into a recession, amplifying the structural weakness of the domestic economy in the form of weakening exchange rates, rising inflation, among others. In Meristem’s H2:2020 Outlook: “Unmasking Value in a Scourge”, the conglomerate had warned that the threat of a second wave of new infections was very much a possibility. As a result, the recovery of economic activities would remain fragile until a vaccine is developed. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Hence, much would depend on strict compliance with social distancing and healthcare measures as economies gradually re-opened. The Deputy Managing Director of Meristem, Sulaiman Adedokun, stated that while the rising number of daily infections pose a threat to economic activities, […]

ECWA College of Health Technology, Kogoro announces resumption date

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Posted by MTH216 on 25th January, 2021   |   Comments This is to inform all students and staff that Kaduna State Government has approved Monday, January 25, 2021, as the resumption date for tertiary institutions across the state. Therefore, academic activities for the 2020/2021 academic session hereby resume with immediate effect. Note: All students and staff are to comply strictly with the COVID-19 prevention and control protocol as follows: i. Wearing of face masks ii. Regular hand washing iii. Applying of hand sanitizer iv. Submitting to temperature checks v. Maintaining social distance vi. Report any unusual health challenges for quick medical attention Looking forward to your safe resumption. Thank you. Signed Stephen Boman Registrar 0704 441 0030      

EXPLAINER: Here’s why IMF’s climate change focus matters to Nigeria

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Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday said it was placing climate change at the heart of its work, a move that not only signals where the global economy is heading but could eventually determine how they agree to assist troubled economies including Nigeria’s. Kristalina Georgieva, IMF’s managing director, in remarks made to the High-Level… Don’t miss another story Become a BusinessDay Subscriber today. For insights, facts, figures, and access to opportunities.Options starting from N1000 Monthly Already a subsriber? Login Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now. Subscribe