Okpara university admits 5,615 fresh students at 24th matriculation
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU) in Abia state has admitted 5, 615 fresh students at its 24th matriculation ceremony with a call on the students by the Vice Chancellor...
Oil company boosts science studies in Edo school
As part of efforts to boost the study of science in schools, a group of oil firms and oil servicing company in Edo state has donated an Ultra Modern Science laboratory to Students...
NDDC donates 180 million exercise books to schools in Cross River
The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has donated 180 million exercise books to different primary and secondary schools in Cross River state to boost education.
Viability of Sanusi’s suggestion on conversion of mosques to schools
Mallam Sanusi challenged northern governors to build a giant remedial college to accommodate all northern candidates, who fail to secure admission into conventional universities and for the use of mosques as schools.
FUTO shut as management denies increasing tuition fees
They debunked claims of increment in tuition saying only the internet providers on campus increased the amount being charged students on campus for internet surfing.
‘Research should be problem-focused’
“This is a knowledge-driven society, without the creation of knowledge, you cannot make it and it is through research that you can create knowledge and good attention should be given to it”
Schools should expose pupils to national, global issues, says Ajayi
Executive Director, Africa Leadership Forum, Ibadan, Oyo State, Dr. Olumide Ajayi has charged education managers across the country to provide the kind of teaching and learning that...
Abebe seeks private sector partnership with government to improve education
The President, St. Gregory’s College Old Boys Association, John Abebe has posited that for education to move forward, the private sector and religious organisations must support the government.