Parents aid examination malpractices, UNILAG don alleges
Professor of English at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Prof Hope Eghagha has accused some parents of aiding examination malpractices by assisting their wards to cheat.
Foundation, others immortalise Sofenwa
Friends, associates and family of the late pioneer chairman of the Ogun State Teaching Service Commission, Chief Lamidi Ayinla Sofenwa recently gathered in Abeokuta...
Education minister tasks CPN on standards, professionalism in IT
The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu has called on the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN), to register all individuals and corporate organisations that are into Information Technology in the country.
Dickson applauds accreditation of 10 courses in Niger-Delta University by NUC
Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa has applauded the leadership of the state-owned Niger-Delta University (NDU) for securing full accreditation of 10 courses by the National University Commission (NUC).
‘Why some private varsities opted for low cut-off marks’
According to him, low-fee institutions generally attract a large number of candidates, the reason the federal and state universities are mostly preferred by candidates seeking admission.
Increasing access to learning through responsible leadership
Olusegun Mcmedal, in his remarks said the Lagos NIPR stakeholders’ conference, which is fourth in the series “is a high-end thought-leadership talk-shop to proffer solutions to the endemic challenges plaguing the education sector.”
Anchor varsity inaugurates lab centre to boost research, data analysis
“It is also a centre where scientists, business people and policy experts can come for specific statistical expertise, so they can collaborate with statisticians to do better works”.
Winners emerge in Rising Star Creative Writing Competition
The Chief Executive Officer of the organisation and coordinator of the competition, Uche Udoji said the contestants submitted incisive entries and only the best scaled through.