Varsity tackles unemployment through entrepreneurship skills
To address the increased cases of unemployment among our graduates, prepare them to be self-employed and employers of labour, Lagos State University (LASU) has launched an entrepreneurship programme, which would run alongside the normal undergraduate degrees.....
Why many first class graduates remain jobless, by don
The Pro-chancellor and Dean of the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Derby, United Kingdom, Prof Kamil Zakariyya’ Omoteso has identified lack of employability and entrepreneurship skills as major reasons many first class graduates....
Niger Delta students besiege Rivers varsity over Eroton aptitude test
Hundreds of Niger Delta students from both secondary and tertiary institutions laid siege at Rivers State University over test for scholarship slots opened by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation....
Experts charge educators on self-development
To salvage the deplorable education standard in Nigeria, experts have charged educators to continue self-development through training and further studies in other to improve teaching skills as they represent the last line of defence for children’s education.
‘Addressing infrastructural deficit will improve learning’
Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folashade Adefisayo, has restated the government’s commitment to improving the standard of learning in the state through infrastructural development.
‘We are preparing a new generation of teachers in Niger Delta’
Efforts geared towards promoting the teaching profession in the Niger Delta has gained momentum as the 2020 edition of ‘Teacher and Loving it Professional Development Weekend’ expands into Delta State.
FUTO holds first computer-based exam in history
Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) recorded its first-ever major computer-based exam in the just concluded 2018/2019 session examination. Apart from post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
AAUA students lament hardship from bad roads
Students of the Adekunle Ajasin University plying Akure-Akoko expressway has lamented the deplorable state of the road describing it as death trap. The road from Akure, which links Owo Oka, Akungba, Ikare and some other small cities in Akoko land are all in a bad state.According to the students, the unfavourable state of the road…