CMUL lacks modern facilities in dental training, says provost
Provost, College of Medicine, University of Lagos (CMUL), Prof. Folorunsho Lesi, has declared emergency in the dental faculty of the college, saying it needs urgent attention as it lacks modern training facilities in dentistry.
Biekoroma Amapakabo: First South South female registrar at Yabatech bows out with honour
Ms Amapakabo became the second female Registrar and the first Registrar, from the South-South zone, since the establishment of Yabatech in 1947 and has remained one of the most innovative and distinguished Registrars since inception.
Prof Ogbechie, Lanre Olusola, Biola Alabi, to speak at the Business of Education Summit
Today in Lagos, an annual discussion series called the Business of Education will begin. Organised by Edtech startup, Edusko, this maiden edition will focus on school leadership and is expected to have over 1000 school leaders in attendance. According to Edusko founder, Jide Ayegbusi, this event is to enable school leaders in Nigeria learn from…
Students, lecturers face uncertainties over MAUSTECH
As part of the plans in upgrading MAPOLY to MAUSTECH, is the proposed establishment of another polytechnic to be situated in Ipokia. Some months later, however, the move by the state government became a cause for concern and disruption.
Childville School’s ex-pupil wins world Microsoft competition
About 1.1million students from 140 countries contested the 2017 MOS world competition in versions 2013 and 2016 of the Microsoft programmes worldwide, while 157 students from 50 countries eventually qualified to compete in the world finals.
Dansol High School doles out N2.6m cash to distinguished teachers
In the primary arm, Mrs Oluwakemi Olumide won the N500, 000 star prize as the best teacher; Mrs. Favour Odhe, took the second prize of N250, 000, while Mrs. Oluchi Ibekwe, got the third award of N100, 000.
Thorough screening process will throw up best candidates, says VC
Prof. Joseph Fuwape has posited that the screening process by tertiary institutions was imperative to select the best among candidates jostling for few available spaces.
Teachers tasked on continuous learning, self-development
Abraham Ogbodo who was one of the guest speakers, expressed optimism that the dignity of teachers would be restored soon and tasked teachers to engage the children in creative activities.
Provost appeals to reps committee to upgrade FCET Umunze to varsity
Prof. Josephat Ogbuagu has appealed to members of the House of Representatives Committee on Tertiary Education and Services to consider the elevation of the college to a University of Education (Technical).