Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 11/25/2013 - 12:12
Nigerians have continued to abandon the government universities for their private and foreign counterparts because of so many reasons. What could be responsible for it? - By Rita Onuoha
Before the advent of private universities, parents prefer their children attending government universities because they were highly rated among the best in the world. The likes of University of Lagos; University of Benin; University of Ilorin; University of Ibadan; University of Ile-Ife, amongst others were rated as some of the best in the past because they churned out brilliant students.
Submitted by James Uzondu on Wed, 09/25/2013 - 15:58
The recent sack of the principal of Senior Model College Igbogbo, Ikorodu, his vice and other senior teachers by the Lagos State government over their involvement in examination malpractice, has once again brought to fore the need to tackle the rot in our educational system. - By Wale Elegbede
Moving through the ranks in the civil service is quite an onerous task that involves time, diligence, hard work, a lot of sacrifice and discipline.
Perhaps for Mr. SO Amure, the principal of State Senior Model College Igbogbo, Ikorodu, a suburb of Lagos, who is on grade level 17, attained this position in the civil service without the last virtue of discipline. This might be responsible for his inglorious exit from the civil service after putting in many years of active service.
Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 08/26/2013 - 11:50
Edo State Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole’s delay in appointing a substantive VC has made Professor Cordelia Agbebaku’s two and a half year tenure as Acting Vice Chancellor of the State-owned university, a feat possibly for the Guinness Book of World Records. - By Victor Osehobo
The Acting Vice Chancellor of Ambrose Alli University, AAU, Ekpoma, Professor Cordelia Agbebaku, was in the news recently. She advocated the enactment of specific laws that will compel governments at all levels to implement the national gender policy in order to ensure the protection of women’s rights and gender equality in Nigeria.
Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 08/12/2013 - 16:06
The chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU Rivers State University of Science and Technology, RSUST Chapter, Dr. Felix Igwe, has said that the crisis in the university will persist until the imposition of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. B B Fakae is reversed. He stated this in an interview conducted by Kio Nimengoka and Philip Ezuma in Port Harcourt
In view of the lingering crisis in RSUST, what is the national body of ASUU doing, to resolve the impasse?
Submitted by James Uzondu on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 09:57
The Niger State government has taken a leading position in building learning capacity through e-library. - By Hammed Salawu, Minna
Submitted by James Uzondu on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 09:43
A 500 capacity library was single handedly built at Niger (Mixed) Secondary School, Asaba by a corps member, Mr. Obinna Anyanwu, as his community development project. Ann Philip-Agunwa, who was at the commissioning of the project, captured the mood of the people there . - By Ann Philip-Agunwa, Asaba
There is a saying that goes: “Think on what you can do for your country and not what your country can do for you.” A youth corps member of Batch ‘A’ 2012, Mr. Anyanwu Obinna, who as a Nigerian youth believes so much in this nation, called ‘Nigeria’, moved by passion, selflessly contributed his quota in making Nigeria great by single handedly building a 500-capacity library at Niger (Mixed) Secondary School, Asaba, the Delta State capital as one of his community development projects.
Submitted by James Uzondu on Sun, 12/23/2012 - 16:19
Authorities of Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN set machinery in motion for the upgrade of the academy to a degree awarding institution. - By Charles Effiong
We will not compromise on the standard in the academy. We will consistently build on what we met and what we have developed to make the academy attain a world class status of a degree awarding institution.”
Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 12/17/2012 - 13:31
The reappointment of the vice chancellor of Ebonyi State University for another term of office is generating crisis in the university community. - By Maurice Okafor
The furor that followed the appointment of the vice chancellor of Rivers State University of Science and Technology, RSUT, is currently being replicated in Ebonyi State University, EBSU. The insistence of Governor Chibike Amaechi to reappoint Professor Barikeme Fakae as the vice chancellor has kept RSUST under lock and key. The scenario is playing itself out with the plan of Governor Martin Eechi of Ebonyi State to reappoint Professor Francis Idike for another tenure as the vice chancellor of the university
Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 11/26/2012 - 14:07
Miracle centres continue to spring up in schools in rural areas despite efforts by examination bodies to reduce examination malpractice in the country’s education system. - By Arems Terkula
Submitted by James Uzondu on Mon, 11/12/2012 - 16:55
Kaduna State chapter of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS, petitions Governor Ibrahim Yakowa over proposed five percent renewal fees imposed on members of the association by Kaduna State Private School Board. - By Femi Olanrewaju
Crisis is brewing between the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS, Kaduna State branch and the Kaduna State Private School Board, a parastatal under the state ministry of education that oversees the activities of private schools in the state. The bone of contention is the five percent renewal fees imposed on NAPSS members by the board.