Mass Failure Recorded In Nigerian Law School

Authorities of the Nigerian Law School has come out to explains the reason behind the mass failure of students in its 2013/2014 August Bar 2 Exam. The school said those who were retaking the exam were the ones that recorded mass failure. According to the Secretary to the Council of Legal Education and Director of Administration of the Nigerian Law ...

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University Offers Scholarship To 44 Students For Their Excellent Performance

The authorities of the Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa State, have offered scholarship to 44 students of the institution for their excellent performance in the 2013/2014 academic session. According to the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Ekanem Braide said, the beneficiaries, received the offer for posting outstanding results in the 2013/2014 academic session. She announced this at the institution’s fourth matriculation ...

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Minister Of Education, Shekarau Unveil Education Website

THE Minister of Education, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, on Monday in Abuja inaugurated the Nigeria Education Website: www.nigeria-education.org designed in collaboration with the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID). Shekarau said that the website would make access to education information easy and enhance the quality of teaching and learning in Nigeria. Represented by Dr MacJohn Nwaobiala, the Permanent Secretary in ...

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ASUP Strike: 3 Months Has Elapsed, FG Yet To Meet Our Demands—ASUP

The Kaduna Polytechnic chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) Chairman, Engineer Musa Ibrahim , said at an interactive forum between the new leadership of ASUP and newsmen in Kaduna at the weekend that the three months given to Federal Government has elapsed, yet non of ASUP demands has been met. It would be re-called that the Academic ...

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Even Polytechnics Discriminate Against HND Graduates –ASUP

It is dishearten to denote that even polytechnics themselves discriminate against their own products. The Kaduna Polytechnic chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has decried persistent discrimination against polytechnic graduates. Chairman of the association, Engineer Musa Ibrahim, said at an interactive forum between the new leadership of ASUP and newsmen in Kaduna at the weekend that the ...

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FG Agrees To Review NYSC N4, 000 Call-up Letter Fee


The Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, on Monday said the Federal Government would review the N4, 000 online registration fee imposed on prospective corps members by the National Youth Service Corps. Speaking Monday on a Channels TV’s breakfast programme, Sunrise, Mr. Moro said the negative reactions that have trailed the policy has now necessitated a review. “Giving the reactions of ...

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Oil & Gas 2015 Scholarship Training For Qualified Nigerian Graduates


Institute of Drilling and Petroleum Engineering (IDPE) – In a highly specialised market, such as oil & gas, every potential employer needs to position itself to win the increasingly high-stakes war for talent. Failure to attract the required high skilled expertise can have a major impact on a business as the organisation not only loses the potential skills uplift internally, ...

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NUC Shuts Down Nine Universities Over Illegal Licence. See Names


The National Universities Commission, NUC, has shut down nine universities in Nigeria for operating without legal licenses. The publication of the affected institutions was published in the NUC weekly bulletin. Report says the Prof. Julius Okojie, the NUC’s executive secretary, signed the publication. He stated that the universities have been in existence for years and have just being extorting money ...

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10 Unavoidable Life Lessons Every Nigerian Student Should Know Before Graduating From The University


We the liveschoolnews.com.ng team deem it necessary to share this educative article to our esteem readers. This article was extracted from giftedgreen.com Read it below (unedit) As a student you probably would not believe us if we tell you that are absolutely naive and no, you are not on top of the world. You will soon graduate from the university, ...

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Court Sentence Teacher To Life Imprisonment For Defiling Pupil

A 35-year-old teacher, Bright Asiruwa who defiled an 11-year-old primary pupil has been sentence to life imprisonment by a high court sitting in Benin, the Edo State capital. Asiruwa, who committed the illicit, criminal, unlawful and barbarous act in 2007 was the victim’s teacher. Although proceedings on the matter had commenced at an Abudu High Court in 2008, the case ...

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