CIA boss, Chima, charges administrators to uplift profession
President/Chairman of Council, Chartered Institute of Administration, Dr. George Chima, has promised to serve diligently and to contribute his “quota to the continued growth of the institute.”
‘Students should be groomed in true African culture’
Founder of Graça Machel Trust, South Africa, Mrs. Graca Machel, has stressed the need for African students to be grounded in the true African culture that could impact the society.
Nigerian educational system unfavourable to special needs pupils
WIFE of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, Mrs. Amina Titi Abubakar, has lamented what she described as the unfavourable and unconducive climate, which the Nigerian educational system presents children with special needs.
Lawyers urge Lagos to rectify anomalies in teachers’ promotion exercise
Bothered by allegations of irregularities trailing the 2015 Lagos State promotion and assessment exercise, conducted for public school teachers, a group of lawyers in solidarity with the affected teachers, are appealing to the state government to quickly address the issue.
ASUU wants visitation panel for MOUA, Umudike
Dissatisfied with events playing out at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture (MOUA) Umudike, Abia State, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is calling on Visitor to the institution, President Muhammadu Buhari, to set up a special visitation panel to the institution.
Nigeria’s Atafo finishes 10th in MOS World Championship
With the emergence of Abure Atafo, a student of Childville School, Lagos, as the 10th place winner in the Microsoft Excel 2010 Category, at the 2015 Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) World Championship...
USAID, NGOs task new SUBEB boss on policy implementation
Human Development Initiatives (HDI) in collaboration with other member non-governmental organisations (NGOs), supported by the United State Agency for International Development......
Why NOUN expelled two students , by Tenebe
Vice Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Vincent Ado Tenebe, says two students of the institution recently expelled suffered that fate for allegedly bringing opprobrium to the institution, by externalising issues, without exhausting all the internal mechanisms available for conflict resolution and problem solving in the university.
ACE warns freshmen against involvement in cultism, drug addiction
THE Provost of Adeyemi College of Education (ACE) Ondo State, Prof. Olukoya Ogen, has warned freshmen that dire consequences await those who fail to heed the call to desist from cultism and other related vices during their sojourn in the school.