IT is common to hear students on their industrial training, IT, or internship lament over …
Christians and Moslems, who have co-existed peacefully in Lagos and Osun States, south-west Nigeria, are now squabbling over the use of hijab in …
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board releases new guidelines for admission into universities and other tertiary institution based on point …
The Joint Admissions Examination and Matriculation Board is still grappling with computer-based test for the unified tertiary matriculation examination as candidates are faced with various problems in writing the test …
Experts in education lists reasons students perform poorly in external examinations in both secondary and tertiary education sector …
There is no room for Harvard in the top 10 list of world's universities with the most Nobel Laureates as Stanford tops the new list of this century’s universities with Israel and Germany being sole representatives for the rest of the world in the United States, US, dominated universities table. This …
Despite government assurances that the danger is over, Nigerian teachers are not willing to resume academic work in primary and secondary schools across the nation because of the threat of Ebola Virus Disease …
Notwithstanding the threat of Ebola virus, holiday lessons remain open to primary and secondary school students to prepare them for the next classes and keep them away from trouble …
- Most first class degrees awarded by private universities in Nigeria suffer credibility question as some of their holders cannot justify the degrees they hold |  By Vincent Nzemeke  |  Jul. 21, 2014 @ 01:00 GMT COVENANT University, one of the most...
- More than six months after the strike by the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics failed to move the federal government into action, a mass protest which will involve lecturers, students, market women, organized labour and other stakeholders is now...
- The decision by the West African Examinations Council to introduce 39 new subjects into its examination curriculum for this year’s Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination has sparked up a flood of criticisms |  By Vincent Nzemeke  |  Feb. 24, 2014...
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ASUU Strike Lingers On

- In spite of mounting pressures from the government and the general public, Nasir Fagge, national president of ASUU, insists that the four-month old strike won’t be called off unless the union’s demands are fully met |  By Anayo Ezugwu  | ...
The newly established federal universities in the nine states of the federation are having take-off problems two years after they were established because of inadequate funding and poor infrastructure |  By Augustine Adah  |  Dec. 2, 2012 @ 01:00 GMT WHEN...
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