HND-BSc dichotomy: Attempting to balance a discriminatory policy
The Senate had recently passed a bill prohibiting employers in the country from discriminating between first degree and HND holders. Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, said the passage of the bill would serve as a motivation to HND holders......
Senate moves to end first degree, HND dichotomy
A respite may have come for Higher National Diploma (HND) holders, as the Senate, yesterday, passed a bill prohibiting employers from discriminating between first degree
Dispute between HND Architecture, regulatory body adjourned to January 18
The case between Higher National Diploma (HND) graduates of Architecture in Nigeria and President of Architects Registration Council of Nigeria, Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), Incorporated Trustees of Nigerian Institute of Architects, National Board of Technical Education and others at the Federal High Court, Ibadan has been fixed for hearing January 18, 2021. At the last sitting,…
Court adjourns case over HND, BSc dichotomy in ARCON
The case between Higher National Diploma (HND) graduates of Architecture in Nigeria and Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), Nigerian Institute of Architects, National Board of Technical Education, and others has been adjourned till November 4, 2020. Aggrieved HND graduates of architecture had filed the suit against ARCON for the manner the Council and the Nigerian Institute of Architects…
NAPS takes HND, BSc dichotomy issue to NBTE headquarter
The National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS), last week embarked on a national protest to the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) headquarters in Kaduna over the dichotomy
'Bsc/HND dichotomy should not be barrier to polytechnic education’
Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti, Dr. Hephzibar Oladebeye, has disclosed that the dichotomy between university and polytechnic graduates should not deter admission seekers from choosing polytechnics.
Burdened by poor funding, education wobbles under Buhari
Today, President Muhammadu Buhari begins another term of four years in office. Head, Education Desk, Iyabo Lawal examines how he fared in the country’s education sector in the last four years spotlighting his administration’s policies, achievements and unfulfilled aspirations. Towards the end of 2017, the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, said the President Muhammadu…