Names of candidates involved in Exam Malpractice for 2020 UTME

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Posted by Myschool on 25th March, 2020   |   3 Comments JAMB has released the names of candidates that have been caught so far, to have engaged in examination malpractice. Since these were the only number of candidates reported to JAMB, the board has put a statement forward saying the examination malpractice is on the decline in the country. You can find the names of these candidates, their state of centre, and the misconduct reported against them in the PDF attached to this post below; If your name is on this list, then your result will be most likely withheld. Download file at the link below;https://myschool.ng/downloads/names_of_candidates_in_malpractice.pdf  

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How To Get Investors For Your Startup Business

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It is always good, and smooth sailing too, when you are starting your own business and you have all of the required capital on the ground. However, as the business goes on, you would realize that you are getting some ideas for expansion and your personal pocket, or loan packet for that matter, is not even enough to get you to where you see yourself in. For this reason, it is always important in business that you learn how to source for investors and learn the best practices to get investors attracted to what you are doing. To be candid, only with investors can you truly grow in leaps and bounds, and that is what we would like to see. Shall we? 1. Develop a Business Plan If you want to get anyone interested in your business in the first place, the first thing that you would need to do is to draw up a good business plan for that business. Let your business plan detail all the little things about the business, starting from the market, potential and the […]

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Coronavirus: Air Peace, Arik, Aero to suspend operations

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Air Peace, Arik Air, and Aero Contractors, which together account for about 70 percent of the domestic aviation industry, will be suspending all scheduled commercial flight operations in response to the increasing coronavirus cases. While Air Peace and Arik Air will suspend operations by midnight of Friday, March 27, 2020, Aero Contractors will suspend operations on Thursday March 26, 2020. The management of Arik said the airline took this decision in order to mitigate the risk of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) to its valued customers and staff, and hopes to resume services as soon as feasible. The airline said customers who have confirmed tickets have been advised that they could still use their tickets when the airline resumes flight operations. Such tickets could also be modified at no extra charge. Roy Ilegbodu, the Chief Executive Officer of Arik Air, stressed: “The safety and well-being of our valued customers is paramount at this period of health emergency. We implore everyone to keep safe and abide by all directives issued by governmental authorities.” In a statement signed by Toyin Olajide, its […]

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Nigeria needs $5 billion to meet broadband targetBusiness — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

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…North accounts for 79% of un-served areas Going by the new National Broadband Plan (2020 to 2025), Nigeria would need a fresh investment of about $5 billion to be able to take Internet services to the underserved and un-served areas. The Guardian checks found that 79 per cent of the underserved and un-served communities reside in the northern part of the country. Advertisement Advertisement Specifically, North West has 33 access gaps; North East equally has 33, and North-Central, 25. Further checks showed that South West has 10; South-South accounts for eight, while South East has five. The people, who reside in the identified Northern and Southern regions are mostly involved in farming, fishing, marketing, cattle rearing, logging, among others. The new broadband plan, whose committee was chaired by the Chief Executive Officer, MainOne Cables, Funke Opeke, recommended that for implementation, government and private sector must align and harmonise activities regarding spending and incentives to achieve optimal results. According to the NBP, about $1.5 billion is needed for fibre backbone and metro; $1.2 billion for extensive 4G rollout, about $500 million […]

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List of Online Courses in Nigeria – Best School News

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Current List of Online Courses in Nigeria | How to check online courses, what Online Courses in Nigeria should I study, School that Offer Online Courses, Study Online Courses in Nigeria Guide, which university that offer Courses online in Nigeria, Nationwide Online Courses, go through this page Online courses are becoming very popular by the day. Many more individuals are taking interest in them. Truth is it is the perfect courses to go for if you are the very busy type that does not have time to attend the brick and mortal classroom. See: How to Study Online University in Nigeria If you are always busy or you do not just fancy the conventional method of education, then you will find online programs the best for you. See also: Online Universities for Undergraduate Degrees in Nigeria With online program, you can be going to school and still be able to manage other important things in your life, like your family and your work. As at today, the National University Commission insists that online degree course are not recognized. However, you can use the certificates and degrees obtained via […]

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Poly Nekede Cut Off Mark (JAMB And All Departments) 2020/2021

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Are you interested in Nekede Poly cut off mark for admission into 2020/2021? Do you want to know if your current JAMB score passes the Nekede Poly cut off mark requirement? if so, relax and carefully read the information below for details on Nekede Poly JAMB cut off mark as well as departmental cut off mark. Nekede Poly Cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session has been released by the management of the Federal Polytechnic Nekede. WHAT IS POLY NEKEDE CUT OFF MARK? Poly Nekede cut off mark is the minimum mark required from each candidate who want to apply for admission or gain admission into the Polytechnic. For one to successfully gain admission, the candidate must have passed the cut off mark set by the Federal Polytechnic Nekede before proceeding to even buy the Nekede poly Post UTME form. Any candidate who fails to score exactly or more than the scheduled Poly Nekede cut off mark will not be considered for admission by the board. fine below the cut off marks. Also, check out the following Nekede Poly JAMB […]

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Candidates With JAMB 2020 Result Checking Issues – Enter Here

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We have observed that many 2020 UTME candidates are still unable to check their results days after the results have been released due to reasons like loss of the number they registered with, network issues, inability to send the correct SMS format etc if you are among the candidates who have been unable to check their results, this piece is for you. At this time, the only method JAMB has provided for candidates to check their results is the Text/SMS method. However, we believe that they are already aware that some candidates are unable to check their results using that method. So we believe that they will definitely make provision for such candidates to either check results via the board’s website with their registration numbers or the candidates’ profiles. So candidates having issues checking their results are advised to exercise a bit of patience as they would be able to check soon; unless yours is among the ones withheld for various irregularities. In that case, you will be notified the moment you send RESULT to 55019. Nevertheless, if you are still so eager to check your result via the […]

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Coronavirus: Obaseki goes into self-isolation

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APC toys with extinction in South-South as Edo crisis worsens Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, on Wednesday went into self- isolation, the government has said. The self-isolation was sequel to the governor’s close contact with the Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, and Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, who have both tested positive for coronavirus. A statement, by special Adviser to the Governor on Media and Communication Strategy, Crusoe Osagie, said the governor has sent his samples for testing. According to him, the governor has gone into self-isolation after the Governor of Bauchi State, Senator Bala Mohammed and Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, tested positive for coronavirus. “The governor had met Senator Mohammed at the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) and National Economic Council (NEC) meetings. He also visited Mr. Kyari,” the statement said. Osagie  said although the governor is not showing any symptoms of the virus, he has taken the necessary precaution to self-isolate to protect people that may otherwise come in contact with him.

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Bankruptcies, headcount cuts inevitable in oil, gas sector’Business — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

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Though the long-term impact of Coronavirus on the oil and gas sector is still unclear, there are indications that the industry could run into bankruptcy as well as headcount cut. A global research body, Wood Mackenzie’s noted yesterday, that oil price crash remains bleak news for oilfield service (OFS) companies, stressing that the industry’s supply chain feels would equally not be spared. The group noted that while the service sector struggled into the year with low margins, over-supply and weak investor sentiment, optimism regarding an uptick in 2020 has been unequivocally crushed. Advertisement Advertisement Principal Analyst in Wood Mackenzie’s upstream supply chain research team, Mhairidh Evans, said: “Even more capital discipline from operators will reduce demand significantly in 2020. Whether offshore or in the Lower 48, only a handful of major projects are expected to move forward this year.” To her, companies had already cut so much, adding that it’s hard to identify further savings without drastic measures, including refinancing and the restructuring of business models. Evans said: “Headcount cuts and bankruptcies are inevitable.” She stated that pre-FID greenfield projects […]

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2020 NYSC Batch ‘A’ Stream II Online Registration – Best School News

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2020 NYSC Batch A Online Registration Date | This is to inform the Prospective Corps Members  that The National Youth Service Corps, 2020 NYSC Batch ‘A’ Online Registration Date has been Released See Details Below This is to inform all prospective corps members, i.e. Nigerians who have graduated from Universities and Mono/Polytechnics both home and abroad, that the NYSC registration portal will be opened from 20th February, 2020 to enable them register for the 2020 Batch ‘A’ mobilization. Some Tips to guide PCMs during NYSC Registration: 1. Do not thumb print by proxy. (Nobody should thumbprint for you; thumbprint should be done by you). 2. Make sure the passport photograph uploaded is very clear. 3. Do not forget the Username and Password used during your online registration. 4. Apply for correction of spelling mistakes and rearrangement of names on your dashboard. It is ongoing even after the Orientation Exercise. 5. Cross- check your records before submission to avoid wrong details. NYSC Online Registration Procedure and Requirements. The Website address is any of the following: Check Senate list for verification of your records. If you are registering for […]

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