School for the blind seeks government’s intervention over flooding
Principal, Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted, Surulere, Lagos, Jane Onyeneri, has appealed to Lagos State government to come to the aid of the school, saying the school is always inundated with flood each time it rains.
Much ado about grading system in varsities
Time was when Nigerian universities were using the five-point grading system until the NUC suddenly introduced the four points scale.
‘Blame authorities for poor performance of students’
To improve the quality of our graduates and make them globally fit for the job market, entry-level requirements into tertiary institutions must be pegged at 50 per cent.
Why we are addicted to hard drugs, by undergraduates
Young people have, overtime, imbibed the culture of taking hard drugs as a means of deriving ecstasy not minding the after effect of their acts.
Why host areas insist on indigenes as vice chancellors, by ex-VC Fajana
Former Vice Chancellor, Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Osun State, Prof. Sola Fajana, has listed economic gains and political benefits as likely reasons...
MAPOLY rewards student for honesty
Management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, has rewarded a student of the school, Aminat Olaleye, for recovering and returning her colleagues misplaced school fees.
AAUA coach laments poor students' participation in sports
The gymnastic coach of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Mr. Joseph Abuo, has lamented the poor turnout of students in sporting activities.
Don advocates more nomadic schools to increase enrolment
To encourage nomadic education, Executive Secretary, Gombe State Universal Basic Education Board, Mr Babaji Babadidi, has canvassed the establishment of more schools to cater for the numerous school-age children in the state.