Mallam Adamu Adamu
ASUU faults proposed virtual learning in nation’s tertiary institutions
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has declared that the nation’s tertiary institutions are not prepared for virtual learning, saying poor infrastructure, inadequate funding and lack of requisite skills make it impossible.
Nigerian higher institutions not prepared for virtual learning, say experts
Worried about the continued closure of the nation’s higher educational institutions over the CoronaVirus pandemic, minister of education, Mallam Adamu Adamu has directed school administrators to switch to online learning.
6466 qualified librarians in Nigeria, says minister
The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, yesterday said 6466 librarians have been licensed to practise in the country.
Sex for Grades: UNIPORT goes tough on students, lecturers
The Federal Government is embarrassed by increased allegations of sexual misconduct in the country’s tertiary institutions, the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, has said.
Infinite expectations versus finite financial resources
Leaders of developing countries face the huge and mind-boggling challenges of infinite demands chasing finite resources.
Adamu’s scorecard and his second coming
In Nigeria’s fleeting political arena, to be re-appointed in the president’s cabinet is a feat, which some consider more important than effectively carrying out national service. Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL, examines the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu’s first term in office and what to expect in his second tenure.
JAMB deregisters 14 CBT centres over alleged fraud as 157,000 candidates take mock exam
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) yesterday deregistered 14 Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres in some parts of the country over what it described as deceit and technical infractions. Curiously, the affected CBT centres were among the 712 JAMB accredited nationwide to participate in the mock exam and 2019 UTME exercise scheduled for next week.…
Crackdown on illegal tertiary institutions
It is rather unfortunate that at a time when most people are concerned about poor investment in tertiary education, a development that limits the country’s quest for development, some scoundrels are bent on worsening the parlous state of education by....