Covid-19: Danger of a second wave

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…Nigerians in denial, spurn safety protocols …Political rallies, elaborate burials, rallies still boom …Government unsure of enormity of hazards throws open nation’s airspace Tomorrow, Monday January 18, 2021, going by the assurances of the Federal Government, through the Ministry of Education, primary and secondary schools across the country will reopen for the second term, while most universities and other tertiary institutions have started receiving returning students, after almost a year out of school. As cheering as the news… 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

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Canadian Scholarships For Nigerian Students

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Canadian Scholarships For Nigerian Students | Canada is among the top five most educated countries in the world, at some point it occupied the number one position in the ranks. In Canada, they have a very steep standard of education and the cost is awfully distant from affordable compared to other developed nations. They are not so frugal when it comes to investing in their educational sector and funding it. Studying in Canada can be very expensive, well, good things don’t come easy, at least not the real good ones. See also How To Gain Admission Into Nigerian Institution So getting Canadian scholarships to fund the quality education you are to obtain is very mouthwatering and exciting. The scholarship and grants there are abundant for those going in for post graduate studies. Relatively, there are just a handful of undergraduate scholarships available to international students in Canada which we’ll be looking at and how to get them. Just continue reading, will you? Now, before applying for any scholarship not just in Canada but any international scholarship anywhere in the world, you […]

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NAUB Resumption Date for 2020/2021

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When is NAUB resumption date for 2020/2021? If you want to know when Nigerian Army University Biu will be resuming academic activities for the current session then you are going to benefit from this post created primarily for updates on NAUB resumption date. resumption date Sequel to the introduction made above, the general public are hereby informed that NAUB resumption date for 2020/2021 academic session has been announced by the management of the Nigerian Army University Biu. I know you are much eager to see when NAUB will be commencing academic activities and you are going to get just that. Before then, let us give a brief background information on Nigerian Army University Biu. NAUB Resumption Date January 18, 2021. Nigerian Army University Biu will resume on the 18th of January, 2021. You can find update on the resumption date of Nigerian Army University Biu above. However, the federal government of Nigeria has given the authorisation for all institutions in Nigeria to remain closed until January 18, 2021. Bearing that in mind, NAUB resumption date will be as scheduled above […]

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UNILAG disclaimer notice on payment of online lectures & examinations

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Posted by MTH216 on 16th January, 2021   |   Comments The Management of the University of Lagos wishes to inform all students, parents, and the general public, that a notice on the internet purporting that returning students of the University of Lagos is to pay a sum of ₦50,000 for online lectures and examinations, is FALSE and should be disregarded. All students are to commence online lectures on Monday, January 25, 2021 at absolutely NO COST. In the future, it is advised that our esteemed stakeholders and interested individuals kindly check the official University of Lagos website (www.unilag.edu.ng) and official social media platforms for verified information about the University.   Signed, Management, University of Lagos.  

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TESCOM Recruitment 2021 for SSS1 – 3 Teachers – Apply Here Online

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TESCOM Recruitment 2021 | Applications are invited from eligible persons for 2,000 teaching appointments in the Kwara State Senior Secondary Schools. Latest Update: The Kwara State Government has approved the extension of recruitment application portals for a period of two(2) weeks. The new closing date is 27th January 2021. This is to allow more eligible applicants to apply. Consequently, the new date for the qualifying examination is 8th February 2021. SEE ALSO: Kwara State Universal Basic Education Board (KWSUBEB) Recruitment Exercise for Teachers | Primary 1 – JSS3. TESCOM Recruitment Requirements Applicants should possess the following requirements: Bachelor’s degree obtained from accredited institutions of the higher learning in the said subject areas: All applicants must possess five (5) o’level credit passes in not more than two sittings, including Mathematics and English Language. Only applicants with a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject areas should apply. Applicants must possess teaching qualifications. Registration with Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) and computer literacy would be added advantage. HND holders in relevant school subjects with Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Education may also apply. Applicants should not […]

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Coal City University Academic Calendar for 2020/2021

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EVENT DATE CCU First Semester Academic Calendar. University opens for First Semester Monday 5th Oct. 2020 Academic Staff Retreat, Training on Academic Practice, Self-Preparation and Recording of Lectures Monday 5th Oct. to Friday 24th Oct. 2020 400 Level Students return to campus Wednesday, Nov. 4th 2020 300 Level Students return to campus Thursday, Nov. 5th, 2020 200 Level Students return to campus Friday Nov. 6th 2020 Registration of Courses for Returning Students and faculty Induction Seminars for Returning Students Thursday 4th Nov. to Friday 6th November 2020 Lectures begins for the returning students. Monday 9th Nov. to 18th Dec. 2020 First Semester Inception Quiz/Lecture Free week Monday 14th Dec. to Friday 18th Dec. 2020 Christmas Break/ Students depart from campus Saturday 19th Dec. 2020 to Friday 8th Jan, 2021 Students return to campus Saturday 9th Jan, 2021 1st Semester Lectures continues for ReturningStudents Monday 11th Jan, 2021 Revision Week Monday 1st Mar to Friday 5th Mar 2021 1st Semester Examinations (Year 1, 2,3 & 4) Monday 8th Mar to 19th Mar, 2021 First Semester Break begins for Students Saturday, 20th […]

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ABUAD notice on arrangement for fresh student’s resumption, 2020/2021 session

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Posted by MTH216 on 15th January, 2021   |   Comments In view of the resumption of fresh students amidst COVID-19 pandemic, it is important that all Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and WHO protocols (use of nose mask, regular hand-washing, use of hand sanitiser and social distancing) are observed especially during students screening and registration. The following arrangements have been put in place to engender seamless registration: Stage 1: Cars are to be parked outside the University Gate and parents are to be seated under the canopies provided for them outside the University. Stage 2: Security and Students’ Affairs Unit are to take charge of the students’ luggage, and also device means of identification for proper handling. Stage 3: The Medical Team from ABUAD Multisystem Hospital shall make use of the sport pavilion, where all students will undergo Covid-19 antibody (IgM/IgG) screening as well as drug test. (Representative of ICT & Bursary shall work with the medical team Stage 4: Registry (Pavilion) is to check the credentials of all fresh students in order to ascertain that all admission […]

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First Secondary School in Nigeria

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The history and Establishment of the First Secondary School in Nigeria, Fact you need to know about the School, past and Current Principal, board members and academic policy. With the introduction of western style education during the colonization era, the first primary (elementary) school was created in Badagry in the first half of the 19th century. Shortly after this, the first secondary (high) school was established in Lagos. This article will focus on western education in Nigeria. On June 6, 1859, The Church Missionary Society founded the first secondary (high) school in Lagos. The school was called CMS Grammar School. The school was modeled after the CMS Grammar School in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  The school is even older than the British Colony of Lagos which was established 2 years later. See: Best Medical Schools in Nigeria CMS Grammar School, Lagos started with just six students who were all boarders housed in a building on Broad street, Lagos. The subject taught included English, Logic, Greek, Arithmetic, Geometry, Geography, History, Bible Knowledge and Latin. The first principal – a theologian and scholar named Babington […]

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