The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) wants the Federal Government to address depressing issues, which could threaten the smooth running of universities in the country.
Troubling times at unity colleges
In a good number of cases, they have erected multi-million naira projects, employed teaching staff in needy subject areas, subsidised feeding and generally contributed immensely to improving the quality of education offered in these schools.
Learning Chinese language guarantees Nigerians scholarships, jobs, says Wang
Director, Confucius Institute, University of Lagos, Prof. Yongjing Wang, says Nigerians who develop interest and competency in learning Chinese language, are better positioned to get scholarships offered by Confucius Institute Headquarters, China.
Foundation wants AGF to intervene in CLE/NOUN law graduates impasse
The Foundation For Peace Professionals, a civil society group, has urged the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), to intervene, and peacefully resolve the ongoing dispute between the...
Excessive social media usage affecting reading culture, experts caution
Spending lengthy hours on social media has a deliberating effect on the reading culture of students, and stakeholders contend that this development could lead to very poor learning outcomes.
NCCE tasks Dickson on improved facilities at Adaka Boro COE
The National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), has charged the Bayelsa State government to improve on the facilities at the state-owned Isaac Jasper Boro College of Education, in order to facilitate the accreditation of the college.
FUNAAB partners police, DSS to curb security challenges
The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), which last Thursday declared a seven-day mid-semester break for the Second Semester of 2015/2016 academic session, says it has taken steps to protect the lives and property of members of staff and students. Particularly, the school says it is partnering the state police command as well as the…
Ambode approves N15m for Ready.Set.Work participants
The programme, which commenced in June 2016, according to Bank-Olemoh, has drilled about 500 final year students from Lagos State University (LASU), Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), and Lagos State College of Health Technology...
Foundation explains rationale behind N3bn art museum at PAU
The need to groom students in core humanities and art courses as obtained in developed climes, is what informed the sponsorship of a N3bn Art Museum Project, at the Pan-Atlantic University (PAU), Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos...
School denies aiding bullying, indiscipline among pupils
Grace High School, Gbagada, Lagos State, say bullying as an act of indiscipline and intimidation, has not, and would never be condoned in the school.