Thursday, 24 May 2018

JAMB TO USE COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT) IS TO CONDUCT POLICE EXAM ON FRIDAY, MAY 25




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Computer Based Test (CBT) is to be conducted for the candidates on Friday, May 25 Read more: The candidates have since been notified through text messages, while those who did not receive the message are required can check for their exam centers through the under-listed websites. i. www.policerecruitment.ng ii. www.jamb.gov.ng iii. www.psc.gov.ng the candidates’ exam centers are also displayed at every state command headquarters in the 36 states of the federation and the FCT. Meanwhile, the Inspector General of Police has directed the Deputy Inspector General of Police, training and development to monitor the conduct of the examination in some selected centers while the commissioners of police in state commands will monitor the conduct of the examination in centers in their commands. A statement by the police spokesman, ACP Jimoh Moshood, urged candidates to be of good conduct and not to engage in any examination malpractice, adding that anyone caught will be arrested, investigated and prosecuted.

BEST (LASU), GRADUATING STUDENTS GET ADOPTED



Ambode adopts LASU’s best graduating student, gifts him N5m


Fuad Ogunsanya Adetoro, the best graduating student of the Lagos state University (LASU), has been adopted by the state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, who has made a commitment to sponsor the former’s Masters programme in any university of his choice in the world. The governor made the disclosure on Wednesday, May 23, while delivering his address at the LASU 2016/2017 academic convocation, Leadership reports….The governor noted that it is unusual for a university visitor to attend the first day of university convocation where first degrees are awarded; hence, he said the day must have been divinely obtained. He stated: “But I don’t know why I decided to come. This confirms that there is a divine side to the story. The story of the best graduating student is too compelling to ignore. It makes me reflect my own background too; therefore, I hereby adopt him.” Ogunsanya expressed appreciation for the governor’s gesture, and resolved to make good use of the financial gift and scholarship offered to him. Olugbenga emerged as one of the five selected Hesselbein International Scholars from Africa to participate in the Hesselbein Global Leadership Summit at the prestigious Hesselbein Global Academy for Student Leadership and Civic Engagement, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US.

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

THE LIST OF PRIVATE MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA




COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
The institution is among top universities of Nigeria. The private university was opened in 2009. The College of Medicine and Health Sciences is known as one of the best private medical schools in the country. The college consists of such departments: Nursing Medical Laboratory Science Medicine and Surgery Anatomy Physiology Academic programs: B.Sc  Anatomy B.Sc Physiology MBBS (Medicine and Surgery) B.NSc (Nursing)… B.MLS (Medical Laboratory Science) B. Sc (Human Nutrition & Dietetics) All the programs have the accreditation of NUC and MLSCN. The current session was approved by such respective regulatory bodies: Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria: Advisory Visit. National Universities Commission: MBBS (Pre-clinical) Accreditation Visit. National Universities Commission: Nursing (B.NSc) Accreditation Visit.Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria: MBBS (Pre-clinical) Accreditation Visit.

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND MEDICAL SCIENCES IN BABCOCK UNIVERSITY
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
This university has one of the first private medical schools in Nigeria. The College of Health and Medical Sciences consists of the following departments: Department of Anatomy Degree Offered:  B.Sc. (Hons) Anatomy Department of Physiology Degree Offered:   B.Sc. (Hons) Physiology Department of Biochemistry  Degree Offered:  B.Sc. (Hons) Biochemistry Department of Nutrition & Dietetics  Degree Offered: B Sc. (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics The courses gained the accreditation by Nursing and midwifery council of Nigeria (NMCN)

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY IN BINGHAM UNIVERSITY
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
The institution has a College of Health Sciences, there are three programs offered in the college: MBBS B.Sc. Anatomy B.Sc. Physiology The institution has a Bingham University Teaching Hospital that helps to improve practical skills of the students.

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, BOWEN UNIVERSITY

Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
The institution is situated in Iwo in Osun State, Nigeria. The department of medicine at the university has the accreditation of Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria. The private medical college provides M.B.B.S. programme. The institution offers department of family medicine for postgraduate students. The department has full accreditation of National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria.

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCE IN GREGORY 
UNIVERSITY
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
The institution is situated in Uturu, Abia State in Nigeria. The private Christian University  provides such programmes: MBBS Medicine & Surgery ( 6 years) B. Sc Human Anatomy   (4 years) B. Sc Human Physiology (4 years) B. Sc Medical Biochemistry (4 years)

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA (IUO)
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria
One of the first private institution in Nigeria. It is located in Okada city, Edo state. Since 1999, the medical school of the university has produced over 1,500 medical doctors. The College of Health Sciences is the most popular department of the institution. The school provides such programmes and degrees: Anatomy - B.Sc. Basic medical science - B.Sc. Biochemistry - B.Sc. Medical laboratory science - BMLS Nursing science - B.NSc Physiology - B.Sc. 
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN MADONNA UNIVERSITY, ELELE
Accredited private medical schools in Nigeria

The private Catholic university that started the work in 1999 in Okija, Anambra State. The college of medicine was established in 2001. There are such departments and faculties: The faculty of Basic Medical Sciences Department of Anatomy Department of Physiology Department of Medical Biochemistry Faculty of Medicine Department of Anatomical Pathology Department of Chemical Pathology Department of Haematology/Immunology Department of Medical Microbiology Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Department of Paediatrics
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics Department of Community Medicine & Primary Health Care Department of Internal Medicine Department of Psychiatry Department of Surgery Department of Radiography The school of medicine works to provide students with a balanced foundation of a professional platform to prepare high educated medical doctors. The curriculum has three stages: The pre-medical stage (pure science-based) the pre-clinical stage (basic medical science courses) the clinical stage (the study of the nature of diseases

Monday, 21 May 2018

BREAKING NEWS………UNIVERSITY OF MAKURDI SHUT DOWN.....

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A group of persons who claim to be students of Benue state University, Makurdi, on Monday, May 21, shut down academic and non-academic activities on the school’s two campuses in protest against the hike in their tuition fees.  The students went on a protest after the university management introduced new conditional charges that resulted in an over 65% hike in tuition fees for new students.  The students blocked all the entrances leading to the university campus along the Makurdi/Gboko federal highway, demanding that the university management reverse the tuition increase without any delay to enable the new students carry out their necessary registration. However, armed security personnel, comprising police, civil defense and DSS were stationed at the main gates of the university while some of them were seen chasing the protesting students out of the campus.
Reacting to the development, the acting registrar of the university, Catherine Terlumun Bur, said that “some group of miscreants parading themselves as students of the university, in the early hours of Monday 21st May 2018, took over, locked up and displaced the security manning the main gate of the university, bringing to a halt the inflow and outflow of human and vehicular traffic into the university, including nursery and primary school pupils for reasons yet to be ascertained.” Terlumun Bur, in a statement, noted that the action was particularly worrisome in view of the fact that the university was scheduled to commence accreditation of programmes by the National Universities Commission (NUC) from Monday, May 21, 2018. She stated that the university was yet to conduct election into the leadership of the Student Union since the expiration of the tenure of the last executive committee, stating that the university does not have any student union leadership currently to direct such a protest on campus. The acting registrar warned the perpetrators to vacate the gate in their own interest, vowing that the university will “not hesitate to avail itself of lawful means to deal with the situation.” The workers expressed displeasure over government's failure to implement the agreement it reached with them during the strike. The workers said they were also unhappy with the rate government is giving approvals for the establishment of new universities instead of resources to be concentrated on raising the standard of existing one.

Friday, 18 May 2018

KATSINA GOVERNMENT SCREENS 1,356 YOUTHS FOR TEACHING JOB



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The Katsina state government has commenced the screening of 1,356 unemployed youths to be engaged as teachers under its newly introduced `State-Power’ programme. Malam Usaini Karaduwa, the special adviser on employment, promotion and vocational training to the Katsina state governor, disclosed this during the commencement of the three-day exercise in Daura on Thursday, May 17. He said the youths were drawn from Daura, Dutsi and Mai'adua local government areas, adding that the screening was going on simultaneously across the three senatorial districts of the state. Karaduwa said that degree holders and other relevant qualifications would be screened for subsequent engagement as teachers. He added that government was laying more emphasis on those with B.Ed.,B.Sc., NCE, H.N.D. and N.D.
He said each of them would receive a stipend of N20,000 per month as salary, stressing that in the event of any existing vacancy in the civil service; any of the qualified S-power employee would be engaged. One of the beneficiaries, Hafsatu Suleiman commended the efforts of the state government for introducing the programme. She said the programme would reduce the number of unemployed youths as well as promote security in the state. It was noted that 5,000 youths would be engaged by the state government as teachers in the S-power programme for two years. The state government says it is going ahead with the scheme despite the fact that sustaining it has become a challenge, due to its financial limitations.


SAD ONE AS A FINAL YEAR STUDENT WAS CRUSHED TO DEATH BY A CAR YESTERDAY



300 level undergraduate crushed to death by a truck in Ogun state (photos)


Toheebah died after being crushed by a trailer while on her way to school on Wednesday, May 16. She was also said to be on a motorcycle before the accident took place. Her pictures were shared on Facebook by one of her friends, Abi Ke Ade on Thursday, May 17. The young lady is still yet to come to terms that Toheebah is no more. “Kofoworola Kuku Toheebah is very calm, kind and pure hearted person. A friend like sister, my advice, my super woman. U left this wicked world yesterday. Still seeing it like a dream, I remember those advice u gave me when am down, I remember how we plan our futures, I remember how we plan travelling all over the world. I remember how we plan making it big. Don't know u won't be able to fulfill all year dreams. Only God knows what I feel for you. Continue to rest in peace my woman. We love you but God loves you more.”

Monday, 14 May 2018

NA WAO..........- A SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER IDENTIFIED AS CHIOMA RECENTLY REVEALED WHAT A STUDENT DID TO HER.




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Love or lust?, a young secondary school boy recently opened his heart up to his teacher damning all consequences. The teacher identified as Chioma U. Jane made her friends and followers have a good life when she shared the love letter she got from her young admirer. Chioma who teaches at a secondary school in Nnewi, Anambra, closed for the day and was clearing her desk when she found the boldly written letter in which the student expressed his love for her and how beautiful he finds her.  These might sounds strange to you but I mean every word from the first time I saw you in school, it was if my brain cell stopped working. Each time I see you it will be as if smoke is coming out of my eyes. Your beauty is killing me seriously, although am still in secondary school, I have plans on becoming a rich man. I know you will say I'm a small boy, but let me tell you when you are in love, age does not matter. I am becoming very useless all because I keep thinking about you each time I close my eyes, I see your picture. Please consider my request and make me useful for once.