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The Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies University of Abuja, Professor Ukertor Gabriel Moti has urged students to be creative and innovative in their researches to enhance Nigeria’s economic development. He gave the advice at the university’s third undergraduate research day on Wednesday, called on students to find viable solutions to the nation’s predicament. Prof Moti who delivered a paper on a themed, “Research and mentorship a pathway to economic growth,” as a guest speaker, noted...

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Otong Usonubong Paul, a student of Federal Government Girls College, Ikot Obio Itong, Akwa-Ibom State, has emerged as the winner of the 12th edition of the national essay competition organised by the United Bank for Africa (UBA). Paul, aged 15 and an SS2 student was announced the winner at the grand finale of the competition and award ceremony held at the Tony Elumelu amphitheatre in UBA House, Marina, Lagos State, on Monday. Beating eleven other...

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the automation of curriculum, accreditation, admissions, and general administration matters between the board, tertiary institutions, and their regulatory agencies. With this development, from January 1, 2023, the board will not receive any letter from any institution or agency except through the JAMB Interactive e-Brochure and e-Syllabus System (IBASS). JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede announced the new process at a meeting with regulatory agencies and tertiary institutions...

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The Secretary to the Lagos State Government in the Second Republic, Chief Olorunfunmi Basorun has decried over the continued closure of Universities, saying the leadership of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is toying with the future of Nigerian students. The Elder statesman, a member of the elders’ Council of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos in a chat with Daily Trust criticized the response of ASUU to the appeal by President Muhammadu Buhari...

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Reported By Handel Patrick (Staff Reporter) The  Commissioner for Education in Anambra State, Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, said she answered over 3000 calls in about one hour over matters arising from teachers’ recruitment examination that took place across the state on Saturday. Prof. Chuma-Udeh, who was responding to our correspondent’s inquiry over wide complaints across the state from applicants that the site for the online exam crashed about 30 minutes into the one-hour exam , said...

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Preparations for the elections have begun since 2021 when the Senate passed the Electoral Amendment Bill on the 9th of November, 2021. One of the clamour of the youth that was amplified following the 2020 ENDSARS protest was the demand for young people to be given a chance in government to make a difference.  Mr. Sanni Alausa Issa, a writer and personal development enthusiast, focused on helping young people achieve short and long term personal...

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Intellectuals worldwide converge in New Orleans for the 5th Global Conference of the World Association for Academic Doctors Dr. Anna C. J. Long, Program Director of School Psychology, Louisiana State University took the podium as keynote speaker, to open the 5th Global Conference of the World Association for Academic Doctors (WAAD) held Wednesday, October 27,2021-Sunday 31, 2021 New Orleans, LA, USA. This event was jointly hosted by WAAD and the Dillard University Center for Racial...

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Oct. 5 is recognized internationally as World Teachers’ Day to observe the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers, around the world. This event was first celebrated in 1994. To further mark this event in the editorial context, our correspondent, Favour Ebube talked to two Nigerian-based scholars, Professor Simeon Dosunmu, a Professor of Sociology of Education, Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, Lagos State University, and Dr....

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The current spate of the pandemic ravaging the global community has kept world leaders and organizations on edge to find a possible cure. Meanwhile, as a precautionary measure, schools, religious places of worship, markets and other places of gathering were shut down so as to curb the transmission and spread of the virus. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, records, 191 countries implemented countrywide closure of educational institutions and over...

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