Wednesday , September 28 2022

EDUCATION

NGO To Monitor Disbursement Of Funds By TETFund

ABUJA –  A Non-Governmental Organisation, the Exam Ethics Marshal International has said that it would monitor the disbursement of funds to tertiary institutions by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) in 2015. The Chairman of the organisation, Mr Ike Onyechere told newsmen in Abuja that effective monitoring of the funds …

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Why Education Is Important

What is the meaning of education Education is the process or art of importing knowledge, skills and judgment. In other words it is the facts, skills and ideas that have been learned either formally or informally. Reasons why education is extremely important Imagine a world without schools and colleges, impossible …

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Education Varsity For Accreditation In March

MINNA – Prof. Faruk Haruna, Provost, Niger State College of Education (COE), said the final inspection and accreditation of Niger State University of Education would be done in March. Haruna announced this when a delegation from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, visited the institution in Minna. He said the State …

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Parental Role In The Education Of Children

THE first institution of a child where he learns is his home, a child passes most of his time with his parents and the environment provided to him by his parents help in enhancing his knowledge: If parents pay attention to their children, they make scholastic achievement compared to those …

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Professional Library Education And Employment Opportunities

SHORT HISTORY OF EDUCATION FOR LIBRARIANSHIP The source of the first series of clear proposals of organised training for librarians was European as evidenced in the discussions made by Friedrich Ado Ebert, Martin Schrettinger and Christian Molbech in the eighteenth century. Molbech (1783-1 857), historian and Danish Royal Librarian had …

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UNN V-C Says Students’ Welfare Priority For Administration

Nsukka (Enugu State)- The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Prof. Benjamin Ozumba, has said that the welfare of students was his priority. Ozumba said in Nsukka during the university’s 41st matriculation ceremony that he had put adequate measures in the department of students’ affairs to ensure good …

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Striking College Unions, Govt Reach Agreement

Lagos – Striking unions at the Federal College of Education (FCE), (Technical), Akoka said they reached an agreement with the Federal Government toward meeting their demands. Mr. Nicolas Ogbusuo, Chairman Senior Staff Union of Colleges of Education in Nigeria (SSUCOEN) FCE, Akoka Chapter, told newsmen in Lagos that the strike …

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Bridging Polytechnic-University Degree Dichotomy Any Hope In Sight?

THE discrimination between Higher National Diploma (HND) and university degree holders when it gets to job placements and career progression has been a source of grave concern, particularly to HND holders. Educationists describe polytechnic education as a system of education that places considerable emphasis on practical training and technological know-how. …

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NECO Releases Nov/Dec 2014 Result

MINNA – The National Examination Council (NECO) has released its November/December 2014 results with 52.94 per cent credit pass in English Language and 55.37 per cent credit pass in Mathematics. Prof. Promise Okpala, the NECO Registrar, who announced the results said that the results were improvement on the previous exams …

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Intervention Grant:

ABUJA – The Federal Government has earmarked N1.3 trillion as intervention grant to public universities on the platform of National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) Assessment Programme. The Minister of Education, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, said this in an interactive dinner in Abuja, saying that the grant is for five …

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