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15 Feb
A senior lecturer at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr Victor Odumuyiwa, has urged students in the nation’s tertiary institutions to strive to push their boundaries in a bid to come up with ideas that would change the norms.
15 Feb
The Committee of Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (CVCNU) has again, urged the Federal Government to yield to the last agreement reached with university teachers to avert another round of industrial crisis in tertiary institutions.
15 Feb
The old students of St. Luke’s Grammar School, ‘87 set, have donated projects worth N2.7 million to their alma mater.
15 Feb
The Vice Chancellor, Trinity University, Yaba, Lagos, Prof. Clement Kolawole, has emphasised the need for students to develop good values to enhance their preparedness for higher education.
15 Feb
To address the challenges of brain drain and the exodus of medical practitioners, a neurosurgeon at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, (UNN), Prof. Enoch Uche, has tasked the Federal Government to equip hospitals with necessary facilities that would enhance the performance of doctors and other healthcare workers.
8 Feb
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced that a total of 8,285 candidates from across the country registered for the inaugural Computer-based model of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (CB-WASSCE).
8 Feb
To change learning narratives in technology education in the country, the Nigerian University of Technology and Management (NUTM), Lagos, has emphasised the need to prioritise problem solving and practical learning skills for students.
8 Feb
A student of Grace High School, Gbagada, Lagos, Oluwateleola Sogbanmu has won the overall first position at the 24th edition of the Martin Luther King speech competition organised by the American Consulate in Lagos.
8 Feb
For their entrepreneurial excellence, students from Kosofe Senior College, representing Nigeria at the Junior Achievement Africa Company of the Year (COY) competition held in Kigali, Riwanda, has won two awards.
8 Feb
The Vice Chancellor, Crawford University, Igbesa, Prof. Reuben Jiya Kolo has tasked students to use the knowledge acquired in solving societal problems.
8 Feb
The phenomenon of Japa is a natural response to individuals seeking opportunities beyond what is currently available to them in Nigeria, to improve their lives and families. This inclination aligns with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, where the motivation for change is driven by unmet basic human needs.
8 Feb
A university teacher, Prof. Omare Otote has blamed the prevailing lavish lifestyle of Nigerian youths for their inability to settle for a dignified vocation. 

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