Expert counsels students to consider interest, strength in career choices
In a country where it is generally believed that some professions are more lucrative and beneficial than some others, students have been advised to follow their interest
Students lament incessant strike by varsity teachers, appeal for dialogue
Strike is one of the many challenges facing higher education sub-sector. Oftentimes, valuable years are lost by the teeming Nigerian undergraduates due to the incessant disputes
Indigent Kano students get free WAEC registration from corpers
As part of their contribution to the education of children, serving Corps Members with the Nigeria Customs Service in Jigaa Local Council Council of Kano State recently awarded 50 indigent Kano students
Students set new record in 2019/2020 IGCSE exams
Year 11 students of Rainbow College have set a new national record in the recently concluded Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Examinations.
Students displeased with lecturers teaching methodology
University students have expressed displeasure over the teaching style of some lecturers on their various campuses, alleging that they are responsible for the high rate of examination malpractice. Apart from poor teaching methods, the undergraduates also accused the university teachers of bringing disparity in the system by favouring some students who are willing to play…
Gunmen kidnap five female students, teacher, gatemen in Niger
Gunmen have kidnapped five female students, one teacher and two gatemen of Tular Academy, Moruba, in Mariga Local Government Area of Niger.
Medical students stranded, groan as clinical lecturers begin strike
Activities at medical schools across the South East were at standstill yesterday as clinical lecturers embarked on an indefinite strike over the refusal of the National Universities Commission
Ex-students leader seeks more female participation in politics
The outgoing vice president of the Student Union Government (SUG), Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Folakemi Adaramola, has called for equal representation of gender
Ekiti raises the alarm over increasing rape cases of students by teachers
Ekiti State government has raised the alarm over alleged increasing incidents of sexual violence in secondary schools across the state.