Saturday , February 23 2019

Strike at your peril, MDCN warns house officers

The medical regulator insists all doctors on provisional registration, which lapses in two years, are expected to complete their rotation through different medical specialties within 12 calendar months. related news The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria has warned house officers joining doctors on strike risk repeating their training without …

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Universal health coverage: myth or reality?

Universal health coverage: myth or reality? The cost of health care is ballooning. But that’s where universal health coverage is supposed to step in—paid for by a minimum health insurance. More than a decade since health insurance formally started in Nigeria, the coverage is uncertain. Nearly nine out of every …

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My initiative, IREN is improving education quality – Academic, Bala

Engr. Abubakar Bala, 29, a first class graduate of engineering from Bayero University, Kano (BUK) is one of the founders of the Initiative for Revival of Education in Nigeria (IREN). The Kano born academic who is pursuing his PhD in Malaysia, spoke about IREN and its visions for Nigeria’s education …

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‘Why we’re promoting students right’

Comrade Usman Ayuba is a HND II student of Department of Business Administration at Jigawa State Polytechnic. He is the newly elected Zone A Coordinator of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS). He spoke about his motivations in this piece. The passion to improve students’ welfare drives my activities …

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Benue campaigns to get more children in public schools

The Benue State Universal Education Board (SUBEB) has began massive campaign to increase enrolment of pupils into public primary schools just before a new academic year begins in September. Chairman of the Board, Rev Philip Tachin, said the state had seen sharp decline in public school enrolment in past years. …

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Fedpoly Bauchi rector bashes lecturers’ allegations as mischievous

The Rector Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, Shu’aibu Musa says allegations by striking lecturers of the school are mischievous. He stated this in Bauchi Thursday while reacting to the allegations raised by the Joint Action Committee of Academic (JAC) of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), Senior Staff Association of Nigeria …

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Mixed reactions trail minimum admission marks

From Rakiya A. Muhammad (Sokoto), Itodo Daniel Sule (Lokoja), Romoke W. Ahmad (Ilorin), Christiana T. Alabi (Kaduna), Dickson S. Adama (Jos) & Jeremiah Oke (Ibadan) Heads of higher institutions have at a policy meeting with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) agreed that 120 should be the minimum marks …

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Adamawa Govt. to return all out-of-school children to classrooms

The Adamawa Government says it is determined to ensure that all out-of-school children are returned into classrooms, as part of its agenda to provide education for all children in the state. Alhaji Ahmad Sajoh, the State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, made this known in an interview with the News …

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18 SSS2 students in US for free education

No one can be perfectly free till all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral; no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy- Herbert Spencer Eighteen secondary school students are currently undergoing a one-year academic programme in the United States under the Youth …

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Islamiyya schools struggle with curriculum problem

Parents in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) say that in spite of the large number of top quality Islamiyya schools to choose from the fees are excessive. Investigation by Daily Trust revealed that there are Islamiyya schools in virtually all the nooks and crannies of the FCT including those established …

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APPLY NOW: NCC ORDERS ALL THE TELECOM OPERATORS TO RECRUIT 180.000 GRADUATES…

Telecom Operators is an organization that provides voice or data transmission services, such as AT&T, MTN, GLO, AIRTEL, ETISALAT, Verizon and Qwest E.T.C. A company that specializes in making carrier-class hardware and software, such as Lucent and Nortel Networks. All the telecom companies are well paid company ( good salary …

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FG to provide school meals in Nasarawa

From left: Principal Federal Government Girls” College Bwari, Mrs. Stellamaris U. Omu; Chairman Senate Committee on Basic and Secondary Education, Senator Aliyu Wamakko; and Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, during a management audit exercise at the college recently Photo: FGGC Bwari Federal Government will start the second phase of …

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PUBLIC NOTICE: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS LISTED THE JOB MADE FOR EVERY TRIBE IN NIGERIA.

Buhari said that unemployment from every tribe need to know this to avoid wasting there time looking for the job that does not meant for his/her tribe. Federal government make it know to every Nigerian that the reason why the new decision from federal government is to avoid killing of …

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Atiku: Nigeria’s education needs review to tackle poverty

Nigeria’s educational system and policy required an urgent review for the nation to pull through the stranglehold of abject poverty which is holding down a larger chunk of its over 170 million people, a former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has said Atiku said this in Abuja when he received a …

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Students won’t get automatic promotions in Oyo

The Oyo State government has outlawed automatic promotions in public schools. This means that students will not be promoted to the next level without getting the basic competencies in the required subjects. Students who fail to achieve promotion requirements would have to repeat classes in the new arrangement. This was …

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