Thursday, 30 May 2013

JAMB Change of Courses and Institution Closes 12.00 midnight, June 3rd, 2013

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB has fixed June 3rd as the deadline for the sale of change of course(s) and institution(s) scratch card, while the portal for changes closes by 12.00mid-night, June 3rd.

We are therefore making this announcement to inform all students who may be willing to make changes to take action immediately!

MyscholarsGist will process only changes paid for on or before June 2nd, 2013. If however you have paid and for any reason, yet to see your changes done, then call our office lines for assistance.

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An Appeal To Nigerian Universities, Polytechnics And NECO, SSCE Exam Date.

A speech made by Azemohor Frank yesterday. I appeal to Nigerian universities and polytechnics to please note that the National Examination Council’s Senior Secondary Certificate Examination for 2013 will start on Saturday, June 1 and end on July 12 so that their post-UTME test dates won’t clash with the NECO exam as was the case last year. Secondly, I will want all exam committees of the various institutions of higher learning in the country to please meet and fix different days so that already confused students will have better time to travel from one school to another.

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Muslim Students Protest Hijab Ban In Lagos Schools.

Justice Olubunmi Oyewole, of an Ikeja High Court has fixed July 10, 2013, for further hearing of an out-of-court settlement brought before him over the lingering crisis between the Lagos State Government and the Muslim Students Society, MSS over the ban of Hijab in public schools in Lagos State.

The decision of the court was sequel to the request by the Lagos State counsel, Muniru Ajanaku who prayed the court to adjourn the matter on the ground that the state believe that the matter can be resolved out-of-court.

The lead counsel for the students, Taiwo Hassan Fajimite said it is unfortunate that the state has not responded on the case until now, but that the muslim community is willing to meet the state government and consider the terms and conditions being offered on the way out.

The Muslim students who thronged the court to witness the proceedings, took to the streets to protest and to register their displeasure over the decision by the Lagos State Government to ban the use of Hijab by female muslim students in public schools.

The students led by Muslim teachers and some clerics, carried different placards with inscriptions such as, “Hijab is our right, it must be respected, “Fashola, to be forewarned is to be forearmed, “Lagos State Government, stop discrimination of our female students” etc.

The students promised to continue their protest as well as exploring every available legal means to ensure the rights of muslim students to wear hijab in public schools is protected.

However, some stern looking policemen immediately mobilized to the scene to avoid miscreants from hijacking the rally.

The female students who wore Hijab on their various uniforms vowed to continue wearing their Hijab to school, until the court decides it’s legality or otherwise.

In his short ruling on the application by government counsel, Justice Oyewole urged both parties to explore the dialogue option and report back to the court in the next adjourned date.

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Why 16,000 JAMB Results Were Cancelled – Minister of Education, Prof. Ruquayyatu Rufa’i

Minister of Education, Prof. Ruquayyatu Rufa’i, has explained that 16,000 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, results were cancelled by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, because of examination malpractices by the candidates.

She said: ”We shall be resolute in our decisions as there shall be no sacred cows. Nobody, no matter how highly placed, will be allowed to get away with the breach of the law or perpetration of corruption and evil in our colleges and tertiary institutions.”Rufa’i spoke through Mr. Julius Ameh, yesterday, in Abuja, during the presentation of the Teachers’ Guide for the teaching of the National Values Curriculum, NVC, in Basic Education, which was funded by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offenses Commission, ICPC.

The minister said the inclusion of the guide into the numerous literature available in the education sector, especially on corruption and value orientation, was an indication of the premium which the administration placed on education and transparency in the conduct of government business.

She said: “It is also an eloquent testimony of the present administration’s determination to heal the wounds of the past quickly, put the ugly past behind and use the new NVC to stretch hands of fellowship to aggrieved Nigerians for complete reconciliation.

“The Nigerian child must be encouraged and taught that integrity pays.”

His self respect must be restored and his growth process rewarded through mentoring and parental care.” - she added.

Chairman of ICPC, Ekpo Nta, in his address, said that the NVC was applicable at all levels of education and was designed to expose the Nigerian child to a value-based curriculum that incorporates ethical values into academic studies from the early years to adulthood.

“The curriculum has been infused into subjects and courses at basic, post-basic and teacher-education levels. It has also been infused into the curriculum of mass literacy and non-formal education,” he said.

Nta further pointed out the need for teachers to be trained and properly oriented on the methodology and behavioral imperatives for imparting such values.

“We therefore, request commissioners for education and chairmen of SUBEB to order for more copies of the teachers’ guide such that every school in the basic education system in each state is given enough copies for the use of teachers,” he added.

The Executive Secretary of National Educational Research Development Council, NERDC, Prof. Godwill Obioma, explained that the NVC as approved by the National Council on Education, NCE, in 2004 was to educate young Nigerians on their duties, rights as well as obligations to themselves and the society.

He added that ICPC and NERDC developed the Teachers’ Guide to assist teachers as implementers of the NVC, to acquire the knowledge as well as serve as a source of materials for the teaching of the new ideas.

“The Teachers’ Guide is expected to make the implementation of the NVC easier for teachers. It is meant to serve as a resource material for the effective implementation of the NVC,” Obioma further said.

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

NDLEA drags (ESUT) student to court for smoking Indian hemp: Wonders Shall Never End

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has dragged one Jude Ugwu, a post graduate student of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), to the Federal High Court sitting in Enugu for hemp smoking.

The counsel to the plaintiff, Mr Uzoamaka Anigwe, said Ugwu was caught by the operatives of the NDLEA smoking Indian hemp around the Okpara Square axis in Independence Layout while standing alone.

Anigwe said that when he was sighted by a patrol team of the NDLEA, the accused made to run away.

“Luck ran out on him when he was tracked down by the patrol team. The point that my learned colleague was canvassing as regards to the accused waiting for paper materials for his post graduate studies is baseless and a calculated attempt to deceive the court in granting him justice.

“We are here with some Indian hemp recovered from him when he was caught. I will be glad if this honorable court can convict him to serve as a deterrent to our youths who have decided to engage in drug abuse instead of being useful to themselves,” he said.

The counsel to the accused, Mr Francis Ajagu, said his client was arrested on March 30, 2012 where he was waiting for his cousin, Mr Emeka Ike, to collect some paper materials from him for his assignment.

“My client was never caught with Indian hemp and neither was he caught smoking Indian hemp.

“It was surprising that before the arrival of Mr Emeka Ike who was supposed to hand over the materials to him, the operatives of NDLEA have whisked my client away to their office without listening to his own side of the story.

“Here with me is Mr Emeka Ike who my client was waiting for; he is here before this honorable court to testify on the alleged accusation of Indian hemp smoking.

“It will be a victory for the Nigerian judiciary and the rule of law if my client can be discharged as soon as possible,” he said.

Justice D.V. Agishi said the court had listened to the arguments and adjourned the case till Aug. 2 for further hearing and cross examination. (NAN)

Fountain University, Osogbo has scheduled its POST UTME Screening for 2013/2014 Academic Session to hold on:


Fountain University is a private University established by the Nasrul-Lahi-Il-Fatih Society of Nigeria on May 2007 and started operating January 2008. The vision of the University is to be a pace-setting institution in terms of learning, character building and service to humanity. Its mission is to produce competent and resourceful graduates with high moral standards.

Its philosophy is the total development of men and women in an enabling environment through appropriate teaching, research and service to humanity, influenced by Islamic Ethics and Culture.

Fountain university has final scheduled its POST UTME Screening for 2013/2014 Academic Session to hold on Saturday 6th July, 2013 by 10 a.m at the university campus ground, All Fountain aspirant are ask to be at the university ground before time.



Applications are invited from suitably qualified Candidates for the Screening Exercise for admission into the DEGREE and PRE-DEGREE Programmes for the 2013/2014 Academic Session commencing OCTOBER 2013.

a. Candidates applying for admission into Pre-Degree Programme must possess minimum of four (4) O’level credit passes in subjects which must include English Language and Mathematics for Sciences and Management & Social Sciences. Candidates with deficiencies in their O’level results will be considered; but such candidates are however, required to make up for any deficiency before the 2014/2015 admission exercise.

b. Candidates applying for admission into any Undergraduate Programme must possess a minimum of five (5) O’level credit passes at not more than two sittings in WAEC/NECO SSCE AND GCE which must include credit passes in English Language and Mathematics, and any other THREE subjects relevant to the proposed course of study OBTAINED WITHIN THE LAST FIVE YEARS.

c. Direct Entry Candidates are expected to possess a good Diploma in their choice of Course (With minimum of Lower Credit) from reputable Polytechnics or Universities OR equivalent A’ Level Passes (including IJMB) in relevant Subjects. DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ALSO PURCHASE THE DIRECT ENTRY FORM OF THE JOINT ADMISSIONS & MATRICULATION BOARDS.

Candidates awaiting results can also apply provided there is the assurance that such results will be available before Matriculation in December, 2013.

(ii) Upon successful completion of the Pre-Degree Programme, candidates who must also satisfy the minimum score in the 2014/2015 JAMB Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME),would have opportunity of being placed in any of the following Degree Programmes;


( i ) Department of Biological Sciences

a) Microbiology

b) Plant Science and Taxonomy

c) Genetics and Biotechnology

d) Zoology and Animal Systematics

Department of Chemical Sciences

a) Biochemistry and Nutrition

b) Chemistry

c) Industrial and Environmental Chemistry

Department of Physics, Electronics and Earth Sciences

a) Physics

b) Physics and Electronics

c) Engineering Physics

d) Geophysics

e) Geology

Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences

a) Mathematics

b) Computer Science

c) Statistics and Biometrics

Department of Renewable Resources and Environmental Management

a) Aquaculture and Fisheries Management

b) Natural Ecosystem Science and Management

c) Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization

d) Wood Science


(i) Department of Economics and Financial Studies

a) Economics

b) Accounting

c) Business Administration

d) Banking and Finance

Department of Political Science and Administration

a) Political Science and Public Administration

b) Industrial Relations and Personnel Management

(iii) Department of Psychology and Sociology

a) Psychology

b) Sociology

c) Social Works and Administration

The current school fees is N341,500 for the Degree Programme. The fee is payable in two instalments of 60:40 ratio at the beginning of First Semester and Second Semester respectively. Every new student will pay N25,000 as Acceptance fee before collection of Admission letter. Students will be responsible for their feeding in the University Restaurants on PAY AS YOU EAT BASIS.

Application forms can be accessed on the home page of the University Website: www.fountainuniversity.edu.ng after obtaining a teller for the payment of a fee of N5,500 to any of the Branches of:

GUARANTY TRUST BANK PLC (Acct No 0035759013)

WEMA BANK PLC (Acct No: 0121793412)

SKYE BANK PLC (Acct No: 1790084888) in Nigeria.


Contact 08033599525, 08053528148, 07035670556, and 08054304742 for any further information.


Kwara Polytechnic Post Utme Admission form 2013/2014 Is Now On Sale.



Skip to Application Process

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following programmes of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin in the 2013/2014 Academic Session:


The following programmes are available on Full-Time basis only for two academic sessions.
1. Statistics
2. Science Laboratory Technology with options in Chemistry, Microbiology & Physics with Electronics.
3. Hospitality Management

1. Accountancy
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management.
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & Supply
1. Architectural Technology
2. Building Technology
3. Estate Management
4. Quantity Surveying
5. Urban & Regional Planning
6. Surveying and Geoinformatics.
1. Computer Science
2. Office Technology & Management

* Â Agricultural Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Farm Power & Machinery Engineering
2. Post Harvest Technology
3. Soil and Water Engineering
 Civil Engineering Technology with options in:1. Structural Engineering
2. Transportation Engineering
Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Power and Machine
2. Electronics and Telecommunication
Mechanical Engineering Technology with options in:1. Manufacturing Engineering Technology
2. Power and Plant Engineering Technology

Mining Engineering Technology with option only in:

Mining Engineering Technology
Metallurgical Engineering Technology with option only in
1. Metallurgical Engineering Technology

NB: Prospective candidates are expected to indicate their areas of interest (options)
The following programmes are available on Part-Time basis only for three academic sessions.


1. Statistics
1. Computer Science
1. AccountancyÂ
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management
4. MarketingÂ
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & Supply
1. Electrical / Electronic Engineering Technology
2. Mechanical Engineering Technology
3. Agricultural Engineering Technology
4. Civil Engineering Technology
1. Statistics
2. Science Laboratory Technology
3. Hospitality Management
1. Accountancy
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management.
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & supply
1. Architectural Technology
2. Estate Management
3. Urban & Regional Planning
4. Building Technology.
1. Civil Engineering Technology
2. Electrical / Electronic Engineering Technology
3. Mechanical Engineering Technology
4. Metallurgical Engineering Technology.
5. Agricultural Engineering
1. Computer Science
2. Office Technology & Management
The following Remedial Studies programmes are available on Full-Time basis for indigenes of Kwara State only and to run for one academic session:

1. Agricultural Engineering Technology
2. Agricultural Technology
3. Architectural Technology
4. Building Technology
5. Electrical / Electronic Technology
6. Estate Management
7. Hospitality Management
8. Computer Science
9. Civil Engineering Technology
10. Metallurgical Engineering Technology
11. Mechanical Engineering Technology
12. Mineral Resources Engineering Technology
13. Statistics
14. Urban & Regional Planning
15. Surveying and Geoinformatics.
16. Science Laboratory Technology
17. Office Technology and Management
18. Quantity Surveying

Applicants for admission into the HND programmes will be required to have the following qualifications:
1. National Diploma (ND) with a minimum of Lower Credit in the relevant field and five (5) relevant O/L credit passes at WASC, GCE, NECO and NABTEB at not more that two sittings. These credit passes must include English Language and Mathematics.

2. Evidence of one year Post ND Cognate experience (Industrial Training)

3. Applicants with Pass Grade in the ND will be required to have at least two (2) years Post National Diploma Industrial Experience .
4. Applicants in Agricultural Engineering Technology (Post-Harvest Technology options) are required to have at least a Lower Credit Grade  at National Diploma (ND) programme in any of the followings:

1. Agricultural Engineering Technology
2. Agricultural Technology
3. Food Science Technology

* Applicants for Metallurgical Engineering Technology are expected to be graduates of National Diploma in Metallurgical Engineering Technology only.

* Applicants for Mining Engineering Technology are expected to be graduates of National Diploma in Mineral Resources Engineering Technology only.

* Holders of ND Computer Engineering are not admissible into HNDÂ
Elect/Elect. Engineering Technology and HND Computer ScienceÂ

* Candidates will not be admitted in HND programmes different from those they had in their ND programmes.

* It is mandatory for HND Full-Time Applicants to fill the JAMB Registration Numbers used for their ND Programmes, Only Applicants with ND JAMB Registration Numbers will be considered for admission.
1.Applicants for admission into Part-Time National Diploma (ND) programmes will be required to have a minimum of five (5) O/L Credits at SSCE, GCE, NECO, and NABTEB at not more than two sittings.

2. Credit Passes in Mathematics and English Language is compulsory for all Applicants seeking admission

Applicants seeking admission into the Remedial Studies programme must be INDIGENES of KWARA STATE with at least five (5) passes in WASC/GCE/NECO/NABTEB which must include English Language and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.

Applications for admission will be done fully online. To make online payment for HND FULL TIME, HND PART TIME, ND PART TIME AND REMEDIAL STUDIES, start by visiting http://www.kwarapoly.edu.ng/application_process.htm

1. All applications attract a charge of Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00)Â exclusive of bank and other charges.

2. All payments for application should be made through ‘College Pay’ using your Debit Card, Master Card, or Prepaid Card.

3. All applications close on 31st July, 2013.

M. O. Salami

IMSU to reopen for 2nd Semester 2012/2013 Session on 3rd June

The Imo State University is expected to resume for the 2nd semester of 2012/2013 academic session on 3rd June, 2013.

The institution is currently writing the exams for the 1st semester and is expected to conclude in all faculties on 31st May.

All students of the institution are hereby advised to adhered to this info as lecture are also expected to begin immediately.

Breaking News!!! Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto Closed Indefinitely?

Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto has been closed
indefinitely as a result of protest that occurred last
night by student. The University gave student of the
two campuses to vacate the university premises by
12pm today or face the consequences with soldier and relevant security agencies of the state!!!!

Are you in UDUSOK? Please give us details of what's happening in your school. You can use the comment box provided below to express yourself.

JAMB 2013 CBT Problems - Share yours, Get Solutions

As JAMB gradually winds up the UTME 2013 CBT, mixed reactions have continue to trail this maiden programme from JAMB.

While majority of students are seen to score high marks due to the organized nature of the exam, there are still a few others who have one problem or the other.

We have noticed majority of CBT candidates, who have problems with the test, are complaining about the seizure or omission of one or more of their subjects and therefore no marks were awarded to them.

While JAMB has claimed that the CBT is a full proof system and no error will be recorded because the entire system is computer manipulated, how come there are omissions in subjects?

We are creating this thread for all CBT candidates who have any issues with the test, to state them using the comment box provided below this page. Please post your complains while we try to work with JAMB officers in finding solutions to your problems.

JAMB Pending Results 28th May - Recheck Now!

We just got credible information that some JAMB Results that have been pending have just been released. All candidates in this category are advised to recheck their results to ascertain if they were among the lucky candidates.

Once again, here are the procedures you can use to check your result for 2013 UTME;

1. Visit the official 2013 result checking website using a computer system by visiting www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme4/
2. At the right hand side of the screen, you should see a section written "Result Checker".
3. Enter your JAMB registration number OR Scratch Card PIN or Scratch Card Serial Number (Anyone you have).
4. Click on "Check Result" to view your result instantly!
5. You can then print the result page as evidence.


KSU Resumes Lectures for 2nd Semester 2012/2013 Session

This is to inform all students and the public that the Kogi State University has resumed her second semester

Registration has also commenced and it ends 3rd June. Late registration will not be tolerated and attract a fine all affected students.

All students who are yet to report at the school premises are advised to do so immediately as Lectures for the semester are expected to begin immediately.

Tell your friends and share with others.

NDU releases 1st semester results for the 2012/2013 academic session

Niger Delta University (NDU) has released the first semester results of both part time and full time students.

The specific time these results were released can not be stated because the time of release differs according to departments.

Although, some departments are yet to release the results of their full-time students, some of the departments which have released theirs are - Political Science, Geology, Geography and Environment Management, Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, etc.

These results can be seen at departmental notice boards and before the end of next week, the result of every department in the school would have been officially released and viewable.

Monday, 27 May 2013

NUC warns universities to stick to approved guidelines

The National Universities Commission, NUC, has told the universities in the country to adhere strictly to the terms and conditions of the NUC operating license as spelt out in the approved guidelines for the universities in the country.

The executive secretary, NUC, Prof. Julius Okogie disclosed this at the weekend in Lokoja during the convocation ceremony of 95 graduating students of Salem University.

The NUC executive secretary who was represented by Prof. Bisi Balogun, appealed to the universities in the country to desist from running un-approved programmes and courses, saying the organisation will not hesitate to sanction any institution found wanting in that direction.

Earlier, the institution’s vice chancellor, Prof Joseph Adeola Fuwape stated that the graduating students constituted proud fulfilment of the vision of Salem University, which he said is to produce graduates worthy in learning and character for outstanding leadership and global impact.

Prof Fuwape disclosed that 95 students are graduating from the college of information and communication technology, college of natural and applied science as well as college of peace and social science, adding that three students graduated with first class division, 49 with second class upper division, 39 second class lower division, three with third class while one graduated with a pass.

He said the problem of funding and low level of students’ intake relative to its carrying capacity has been identified as the challenges confronting the institution, appealing to the state governor, Idris Wada, to extend a hand of fellowship to the institution.

The V.C implored the graduating students to uphold the virtue of the institution as they are going to the outside world, since they have been found worthy in character and learning.

Governor Idris Wada said his administration place much premium on education, assuring the institution of his support; even as he commended the institution for the achievement recorded so far despite challenges.

FG declares Wednesday public holiday to mark Democracy Day

The federal government has approved Wednesday, May 29, 2013 as public holiday to celebrate the 2013 Democracy Day.

According to a statement signed by the permanent secretary, Mrs AM Daniel-Nwaobia on behalf of the

Minister of Interior, Comrade Abba Moro urged all Nigerians to deepen their participation in democratic governance so as to pass on the baton of credible and good governance to upcoming generations.
He congratulated Nigerians on the attainment of yet another successful year of the transformation agenda of Mr. President, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and called on them to support Mr. President to deepen democratic governance in Nigeria.

Comrade Abba Moro also enjoined all Nigerians to continue to pray for the success of Mr. President’s determined effort to bequeath to Nigeria, a land of peace and unity. Stay updated with myscholarsgist.com

Happy Children's Day To All Nigerian Children!

On this year's occasion of the annual children's day celebration in Nigeria, a renowned writer and consultant writes to wish all Nigerian children the best of their day. Drop your wishes for them too.

Children's Day -- a day dedicated to children -- is observed as an event across the world to celebrate childhood and promote awareness about children's welfare. Endorsed by global organizations and governments, this celebration aims to promote the well-being of children and to uplift their social rights. In 1954, the United Nations with discretion has recognized November 20 as Universal Children's Day to create attentiveness on the commitment on the development of children and ensure a better future. However, celebration date of Children's Day varies but in Nigeria, it is observed every year on May 27th. This year, we are celebrating our children today.

Nigeria celebrates Children's Day with a range of innovative and fun filled activities at schools that seems much as a festival. Various competitions, Children's Day poems, match-pasts, dance and feast is organized by schools, community groups and Local Governments to mark the event and make it a special day for children to enjoy childhood. Additionally, the events and activities of Children's Day festival also focus to identify the education, recreation, health, cultural, economic and social needs of children.

For many parents, it is an important date and they take initiative to celebrate Children's Day by giving gifts and spend the day with them to make them feel special.

The enthusiasm of Children's Day festival can also be witnessed in the practice of exchanging 'Happy Children's Day' wishes with the collection of lovely SMS. To celebrate the event, inspiring Children's Day SMS or messages are available in varied languages that are just perfect to spread and share the significance of the festivity so that children deserve a better future and life.

Celebration of Children's Day is all about to save the future of the children.

On behalf of the Nigeria's number one Educational & Students' Resource Community -Myscholarsgist.com, I, fidelis sunnex, ccfr; first student consultant, Nigeria, is wishing all Nigerian children the very best of today.
Kindly comment below to drop your wishes for children all over Nigeria

UNIUYO Resumes Lectures for 2nd Semester, 27th may

This is to inform all students and the public that the University of Uyo has resumed her second semester 2012/2013. Lectures for the semester are expected to begin as from 27th May 2013, while payment of fees started have already begun.

Students are given until 3rd June as deadline for payment of fees to avoid a compulsory fine which would be added to their fees.

Panacea, Reporting for Myscholarsgist

PTDF Rewards 12 FUTO Undergraduates with Scholarship

A Federal Government Intervention Educational Agency, the Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) has awarded scholarships to twelve (12) undergraduate students of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.

The scholarship granted under the Local Scholarship Scheme (LSS ) of the Agency is expected to derive direct and maximum benefit from the Universities Upgrade and Endowment Programmes of the Fund. The Scheme is also designed to encourage outstanding students in Nigeria in tertiary institutions to pursue Programmes relevant to the development of the oil and gas industry in Nigeria.

In his reaction, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof C. C. Asiabaka commended the students for bringing honour to the University and promoting the quest for academic excellence.

The successful students who would soon be formally presented their scholarship awards at a formal ceremony in the University are as follows:


Congrats to you all. If you too would like to receive a scholarship, always visit www.myscholarsgist.com for updates or subscribe to our Scholarship SMS alerts.

Unilag 2013 NYSC Batch B Mobilization Exercies: Correction of Computer Print-out Begins


All prospective corp-members for the 2013 Batch
‘B’ Mobilization Exercise are advised to check the
Notice Boards of the Students’ Affairs Division for
the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) computer
print-out from now until May 28, 2013.

Prospective corp-members are to check their bio-
data and forward formal requests for correction, if
need be, to the Dean, Students’ Affairs Division

The Students’ Affairs Division strongly solicits the
cooperation of all prospective corp-members, to
enable the University meet the NYSC stipulated
deadline for submission of corrected computer

Sunday, 26 May 2013

#9 Easy Steps On How To Enable WhatsApp On Your PC

WhatsApp is a chat application which is gradually gaining dominion in the emerging world of  chating platform. It has unique  features, functions and  its graphics makes it stand out from other chat applications. I can boldly tell you that I visit WhatsApp more than BBM. Though it’s  being considered an ideal replacement for 2go but still rubbing shoulders with Blackberry Messenger.
As long as I’m concern, 2go is a low level application where whatsapp is standing. But currently, WhatsApp don’t run on system; so we decided to devise a means on how it can work on system.

How Can I Run Whatsapp On My System?

1.      Download BlueStacks application here
Bluestacks Is an Android application player that enables you run applications ranging from  Java  tablets on system. In order words, whatever apps run on your android can also run on your system with the aid of this app
Games and applications from your Smartphone’s or
2.      Install the application and wait for couples of minute to download the app run time during installation.
3.      Make sure you have a working phone number because you will be sent a confirmation sms to that number to activate your WhatsApp
4.      Once you have successfully install the app Bluestacks on your PC, click on the search icon at the top right corner of your screen
5.      Enter the keyword “whatsapp” in the search box and click find.
6.      Choose Whatsapp Messenger
7.      After successfully installing whatsapp messenger on bluestacks, configure your whatspp with your phone number
8.      Insert your Phone number in the provided space and follow the acivation instructions.
9.      Enter your 6 digits activation code and your whatsapp is ready for use.
You can now enjoy your favorite app chatting with friends directly from your system.

Will UNIZIK Reduce Her Cut-off to 180? -Read a student report here

After much rumours and calculated speculations on possible UTME cut-off mark of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University for this year, Emmanuel, a 200L Mathematics Student of the school wrote on the fate of those who scored less than 200 in JAMB. Take your time and go through this. Comments are welcome..

Dear UNIZIK's Aspirants,

Much I've heard and much I've inquired, has pushed me to draft this.

Though, it seems elusively obvious to the people, the number of candidates that scored below average on the just concluded JAMB exam is bigger compared to those who scored above average, the statistics of those who scored above average on that same exam.

Many would be wondering the fate of the school in not reducing the cut-off mark, some would keep asking if they'd reduce the cut-off mark , and some would be deceived by their speculation. All this are mere conjectures- there is no such thing as mass failure! I tell you this one thing, UNIZIK 's cut-off mark you've known is still what it is! which I really know is impossible to be reduced.

Sequel to the above, I'd advice all that wrote the just concluded JAMB but, scored below 200 to kindly apply for a change of course to any of the educational courses that's been offered by the faculty of education in the school. Departments in Education Faculty Normally cut less than 200.

This is to ensure that no one would cry had I known on the commencement of sales of the postUTME forms.

Because, restrictions might be given to banks that would sell the forms which might make you not to write the upcoming postUTME.

On behalf of all Myscholarsgist'ers, I wish everyone good luck. I am Emmanuel Ugochukwu, A.K.A, Mcast. 200L Mathematics Student, UNIZIK.

Saturday, 25 May 2013

Get Your Neco Answers Here - 2013/2014 Neco Answers

This Neco Exam Runs is being run in Various Different forms

No 1. Getting All Subjects + practicals [#10,000]: In this case you will get all the subjects both science and arts, Directly to Your Phone[sms] as early as 1 hour before exam, and you will be treated In a V.I.P form. This Package is prepared for website owners, or set of persons that have candidates
Offline to your phone as sms
No 2. Getting 8 or 9 subjects + practicals [#4,000]: Only 8 or 9 subjects will be sent, Directly to Your Phone [sms] as early as 30 mins before exam.
No 3. Getting just 1 subject + practicals [#1,500]: Only 1 subject and all your practicals will be sent, Directly to Your Phone [sms] as early as 30 mins before exam.
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Would you support the ban of Mobile Phones in Nigerian Universities?

A lecturer at the University of Abuja, Agbo David Oklo, has advocated for the ban of use of mobile phones by students in all tertiary institutions in the country in view of its negative influence in the lives of the students.

The lecturer, who stated this in an interview with our reporter at the language week of the Government Secondary School, Kubwa, described mobile phones as serious distraction to students in the course of their studies.

Attributing the poor performance of students in examinations to the use of social media, Agbo maintained that the ban of cell phones would not only increase their academic performance, but will reduce the moral decadence among the students.

The university don, who spoke on the topic "Language as a tool for national development", tasked the students to take the study of English language seriously, being a major prerequisite for entrance into tertiary institutions.

He called for better remuneration for teachers at various levels in order to boost their moral to give their best to the students.

The head of Languages department of the school, Mrs. Esther Kanu, said the essence of the programme was to improve the language skills of the students and to equip and prepare them for future examinations.

She canvassed for increase in staff salaries and regular organisation of seminars and workshops for teachers to update their knowledge for subsequent transfer to the students.

DO you think this argument is right? Comment below.

Excursion Enhances Students' Capacity - Educationist

Excursion is very significant to students learning process because it enhances their capacity, the Chairman of Pacesetter College, Abuja, Barrister Kenneth Imasuagbon said.

Imasuagbon explained that excursion exposes students to firsthand experience about what they have learnt in the classrooms.

The proprietor, who disclosed that students of Pacesetter College, Abuja have received visas to go for a one month excursion in the United States, said the school would make good use of the opportunity in order to enhance the capacity of the students.

He said the aim of the annual visit is to expose the students on activities outside the shores of Nigeria, adding that during the excursion students would visit various places of interest.

Uniabuja Council Inaugurates Staff, Students Audit Panel

The Governing Council of the University of Abuja has inaugurated the panel for staff and students audit for the institution as being directed by the National Universities Commission (NUC).

Members of the panel include Prof Abdullahi Ribadu who is chairman, Prof Anthony Adegbulugbe, Prof Ediga Agbo, Hajiya Aisha Babangida and Dr Godswill Ogboghodo, who is to serve as secretary.

The Pro Chancellor and Chairman of the Council, Dr Samuel Ogbemudia, while inaugurating the panel yesterday revealed that the exercise will help the management of the institution in carrying out its responsibilities to the institution.

Ogbemudia urged the panel to work towards the expectation of the government and come out with accurate number of staff and students of the institution.

The council chairman listed the terms of reference of the panel as developed by the NUC to include, accurate number of academic staff and the regularity of their appointments, qualifications and dates obtained and appropriateness of the total number of staff and postings.

Others include, productivity and career progression, number of students, the regularity of the admission and their different programmes/courses, recommendations for improvement in future appointment of staff and admission of students as well as recommendations on any other issue the panel considers relevant to its assignment.

Oshodin and the Uniben VC Appointment

FRANTZ FANON is reputed for his unassailable postulation that:"History will not forgive those men who have the exceptional privilege of speaking the words of truth, but have decided to take refuge in an attitude of captivity, mute indifference and sometime cold complicity".

History will not forgive us if we fail to correct the wrong information encapsulated in pages 1 and 2 of a national newspaper of Friday, April 26, 2013 with the title, 'How ethnicity, religion influence appointments of varsities officials'.

"The eventual emergence of Prof. Osayuki Oshodin in November2009 as Vice-Chancellor, even when he came third among the contestants in the order of merit... ".

It is pertinent to state that the above statement is not only untrue, but also an attempt to re-write the history of Professor Osayuki Godwin Oshodin's meritorious appointment as Vice-Chancelor of the University of Benin.

It is worthy of note that whereas it was the law before Professor Oshodin's appointment as Vice-Chancellor that the university Council would select three qualified persons for the office of Vice-Chancellor and send the list to the Federal Government (Presidency) which, in the exercise of its statutory power, appoints one of the three as Vice-Chancellor.

The newspaper allowed itself to be misled as the extant law that governed the appointment of Prof Oshodin (JP) as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Benin did not permit the submission of three names to the government.

So the issue of who was first, second or third on list does not arise. Rather, the university Council was conferred truly with autonomy by the extant law to appoint the best person in all ramifications as Vice-Chancellor. Prof Oshodin was meritoriously adjudged the best and was so appointed as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Benin by the Governing Council of the University.

So where did the newspaper get the story of Prof Oshodin coming third from? Is it pure mischief or absolute ignorance? Unfortunately, the newspaper story did not state the last time a non-Yoruba person was Vice-Chancellor in the University of Ibadan, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and the University of Lagos.

The attempt to draw a correlation between the agitation by a Benin Group and the appointment of Prof Oshodin as Vice-Chancellor is untenable. It failed, refused, and neglected to state that no Benin man was appointed Vice-Chancellor for the 40 years of the existence of the University of Benin until the meritorious appointment of Prof Oshodin as Vice-Chancellor.

The point that was unambiguously made at that time was there was a cabal entrenched in the university to frustrate the appointment of qualified Benin Professors as Vice-Chancellor in the University of Benin. It is the height of injustice, discrimination, marginalization and deprivation that prevailed for about 40 years in the university. No wonder the university had its attendant problems at the time.

It is on record that it is not only the Benin people that agitate for justice, fairness and equity which the human race always agitate for. I want to refer the writer of that article to the Vanguard Newspaper of Tuesday, April 10, 2013, at page 36, where it is reported that the Urhobos are advocating for an indigenous Vice-Chancellor for the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, FUPRE.

The writer may have forgotten that since the inception of the Delta State University, Abraka, ONLY Professors of the Urhobo stock have occupied the seat of Vice-Chancellor in the institution for obvious reasons. So will the writer hit the roof for what the indigenes perceive as their legitimate demand?

So, why the hullabaloos about the agitation of Binis in 2009 for one of their own to occupy the seat of Vice-Chancellor of the University if Benin after 40 years of the existence of the university in Benin City, even when they have lots of eminently qualified Professors, many of them also seasoned administrators, to occupy the position? Please people should leave the Binis alone!

Mr. OBASOGIE EDORODION, a social critic, wrote from Benin City, Edo State.

Yobe Approves N2.3 Billion for Victims of Insurgency, WAEC Candidates

Yobe State Governor Ibrahim Gaidam yesterday approved N 2.3 billion to assist victims of Boko Haram insurgency, sponsor WAEC candidates and execute other projects in the state.

The state's Commissioner for Information, Alhaji Goni Fika, who disclosed this to newsmen after the state executive council meeting in Damaturu, said the council approved N187 million to assist those whose houses were burnt and families of those who were killed by gunmen. He said the donation will be given to the victims through the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA).

Fika added that the agency established that a total of 99 people were innocently killed, while 135 others were attacked and their houses burnt.

He further stated that the council approved N259 million for registration fees of WAEC candidates in government owned sponsored secondary schools. Fika said the council also approved N653 million for construction of 6.4 kilometre roads and drainages in three estates through direct labour by the Ministry of Works.

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What a world. A final year nursing student died in a car accident! woe unto death !

What a tragedy, everyday pains and sorrows. A final Nursing student of Ogun state school of Nursing is now no more, death you are wicked.

She was last seen on Sunday after she came back from church and was hungry and decided to go and buy food to eat, only for her to involve in a car accident and died immediately.

What a world, full of sorrows and tears. Can the family bear this? what a big loss after years of suffering, pains, stress, only to die on her way to buy herself food.

Please if you are reading this now, know you that this world is nothing to fight for or, suffer because the world is vanity upon vanity, nothing comes to stay.

If not the leaders that are making things worst for the children of the world, at least we could have been free from sufferings before death will come but then it's a pity that we can help her now she is gone and one day everyone in this world will still go to his/her own destination. Don't say God forbid, it's natural.

All we need is to be prayerful because after our life on earth, we don't know where we are heading to.

Sorry nurse and may your soul rest in peace till we meet to part no more. God only you knows the best.

This is an evidence of what Alexander the Great had to say:

On his death bed, Alexander summoned his generals and told them his three ultimate wishes:

1. The best doctors should carry his coffin;

2. The wealth he has accumulated (money, gold, and precious stones) should be scattered along the procession to the cemetery; and,

3. His hands should be let loose, hanging outside the coffin for all to see!! One of his generals who was surprised by these unusual requests asked Alexander to explain.

Here is what Alexander the Great had to say: 1. I want the best doctors to carry my coffin to demonstrate that, in the face of death, even the best doctors in the world have no power to heal;

2. I want the road to be covered with my treasure so that everybody sees that material wealth acquired on earth, stays on earth...

3. I want my hands to swing in the wind, so that people understand that we come to this world empty handed and we leave this world empty handed after the most precious treasure of all is exhausted, and that is TIME

4. TIME is our most precious treasure because it is LIMITED. We can produce more wealth, but we cannot produce more time.

5. When we give someone our time, we actually give a portion of our life that we will never take back. Our time is our life!

6. So my dear, the best present that you can give to your family and friends, is your TIME.

May God grant you plenty of TIME and may you have the wisdom to give it away so that you can LIVE and LOVE in peace.

Bells University 2013/2014 Admission/Post-UTME Screening Exercise Begins - Apply Now!

Bells University of Technology is a private Institution established by the Bells Educational Foundation. It was granted an operational license by the Federal Government on 9th June 2005 and started operating in July 2005. The University has graduated three sets of Students. It will commence its eighth Academic Session in September, 2012 (i.e 2012/2013). The University is a fully residential Institution with excellent Academic and Hall of Residence facilities.


Intending Candidates must have sat for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) or obtain the 2013 UTME Direct Entry Form where applicable.

Candidates applying for admission into any undergraduate programme must possess a minimum of five (5) O' Level Credit passes at one or two sittings in SSCE/ GCE/ NECO/NABTEB or equivalents which must include Credit passes in English Language and Mathematics, and other subjects relevant to the proposed course of study. Candidates awaiting results can also apply, provided there is the assurance that such results will be available by September/October 2013.


a. Interested candidates are to pay Ten thousand naira (N10, 000.00) only at any branch of the underlisted Banks:

i. Zenith Bank Plc - 1011306800
ii. First Bank of Nigeria Plc - 2016854567
iii. United Bank for Africa Plc - 1016085117
iv. WEMA Bank Plc - 0122116447

b. Thereafter, fill and submit the Application Form online at http://www.bellsuniversity.edu.ng/admission/apply


c. Download the form at http://www.bellsuniversity.edu.ng/admission/applicationform.pdf

fill it and submit on the day of Screening at the Centres.

d. Application Forms are always available at Admissions Office, Bells University of Technology, Ota.

e. Application Forms will also be available for sale on the day of screening at the Screening Centres.

Evidence of payment should be brought to the venue of the Screening Exercise.


Compulsory Screening Exercise for all prospective candidates, including those who have not chosen the University in the UTME/Direct Entry and wish to attend Bells University of Technology, as well as candidates, who have chosen the Institution as First or Second Choice will take place as follows:

Date: Saturday, 15th June, 2013
Time: 10.00 a.m.
Venue: MultiPurpose Hall, Bells University of Technology, Ota.

Candidates are expected to bring along the acknowledgement slip for the submission of the form, two Referee’s reports (under confidential cover), original O’ level / A’ level results, UTME results, two passport photographs and original Birth Certificates.

Afe Babalola University Admission Of Candidates Via Direct Entry Or Utme Examination 2013/2014


Afe Babalola University is the fastest growing private university in Africa. As part of its functional and reformatory education policy, ABUAD assembled a high level panel of local and international experts to design an inclusive modern and highly relevant curriculum on social justice to train new set of leaders to deal with multi-faceted problems confronting the world today both locally and internationally such as terrorism, corruption, financial and border crime, environmental justice etc.

The innovative curriculum will equip graduates with multi disciplinary and multi skilled knowledge suitable for employment locally and internationally. It combines carefully selected courses in law, social sciences, international languages and culture.

The Degree is highly relevant for students who would want to work in different areas of life including para-legal services, police, intelligence and security outfits, custom, immigration, judiciary, foreign affairs and other ministries. It is also relevant to politicians, culture and tourism experts, international diplomacy, consultants, national and multi-national corporations. It provides excellent foundation for students who could not gain admission to study law as a first degree to now pursue it at masters level or as a second degree.

The curriculum has been approved by NUC. ABUAD is the only university that offers Social Justice as at the degree level. The course is a worthwhile investment for parents and students who want to be versatile and relevant in this generation.

Entry Requirements:

Direct entry candidates should obtain Direct Entry form from JAMB and apply to the Registry.

UTME candidates: Five O' level credit passes in one sitting or six credit passes in two sittings including English Language, Lit. in English, Mathematics and any other Social Science subjects.


Direct entry admission is available for all courses listed below except Law, Medicine and Surgery, and Nursing.

[1] COLLEGE OF LAW (5 Years)

[A] LL.B Law

Admission Requirements:
Five O' Level Credits passes to include English Language, Lit. in English and Mathematics at one sitting.

UTME subjects:
English, Lit. in English and any two Arts or Social Science subject


A. Department of Biological Sciences.
i. B.Sc. Microbiology

ii. B.Sc. Human Biology

iii. B.Sc Agricultural Science

B. Department of Chemical Sciences.

i. B.Sc. Biochemistry

ii. B.Sc. Chemistry

iii. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry

C. Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences.
i. B.Sc. Mathematics ii. B.Sc Geology

iii. B.Sc. Computer Science

iv. B.Sc. Information and Communication Science Option

v. B.Sc. Physics with electronics vi. B.Sc. Geophysics

Admission Requirements:

Candidates must possess a minimum of five O' level credit passes at one sitting or six O' level credit passes at two sittings including the following for each of the courses:

A) For (A) and (B) above, English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics/ Agric. Science.

B) For (C) above, English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Agric. Science.

UTME subjects:
Check 2013 UTME brochure for more details.


A. Department of Economics and Management Studies.
i. B.Sc. Economics ii. B.Sc. Accounting

iii. B.Sc. Banking and Finance

iv. B.Sc. Business Administration

v. B.Sc. Tourism and Events Management

B. Department of Political and International Studies.
i. B.Sc. Political Science

ii. B.Sc. International Relation and Diplomacy

iii. B.Sc. Peace and Conflict Studies

iv. B.Sc. Intelligence and Security Studies

C. Department of Media and Social Studies.
i. B.Sc. Communication and Media Studies

ii. B.Sc. Sociology

iii. B.Sc. Psychology


Admission Requirements:

Candidates must possess a minimum of five O' level credit passes at one sitting or six O' level credit possess at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics and other subjects relevant to course of study.

UTME Requirement.
Check 2013 UTME brochure for more details.


i. B.Ed. Human Biology

ii. B.Ed. Chemistry

Iii. B.Ed Computer Science

iii. B.Ed. Banking and Finance

iv. B.Ed. Accounting

v. B.Ed. Business Administration

Admission Requirements.
a) For B.Ed Chemistry: Five O' Level Credit passes in Mathematics, Chemistry, English Language and two of Physics, Biology and Agric. Science.

b) For B.Ed ICT and B.Ed Computer Science: Five O' Level Credit passes which must include Mathematics and English.

c) For B.Ed Business Administration: Five O' Level or NTC/NBC Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics plus three other Subjects.

UTME Subjects:
a) For B.Ed Chemistry: Chemistry and two other subjects from Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

b) For B.Ed Computer Science, ICT and Sports Science: Mathematics, Physics and one of Chemistry, Biology and Geography/ Physics.


i. B.Eng Mechanical Engineering

ii. B.Eng Mechatronics

iii. B.Eng Electrical Electronics Engineering

iv. B.Eng Petroleum Engineering

v. B.Eng Civil Engineering.

vi. B.Eng Chemical Engineering

vii. B.Eng Computer Engineering

Admission Requirements:
5 O' level Credits at one or two sittings which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science Subject.

UTME Subjects:
Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.


i. Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.S.) 6Years

ii. B.Sc. Nursing Sciences 5 Years

iii. Medical Laboratory Science (B.MLS) - 5Years

iv. B.Sc. Anatomy 4Years

v. B.Sc. Physiology 4Years

vi. B.Sc. Human Nutrition and Dietetics 4Years

Admission Requirements:
Candidates must possess a minimum of five O' level credit passes in one sitting including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology.

Others: A minimum of five O' level credit passes in one sitting or six O' level credit passes in two sittings including the above listed subjects.


i. B.A Linguistics

ii. B.A History and International Studies

iii. B.A Theatre Arts

iv. B.A Philosophy and Religious Studies

v. B.A English Language

Admission Requirements:
Candidates must possess a minimum of five O' level credit passes at one sitting or six O' level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics and other subjects relevant to course of study.

UTME Requirements:
Check 2013 UTME brochure for more details.


(i) Intending candidates must sit for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and satisfy JAMB requirements for admission.

(ii) The O' Level requirement can be obtained through SSCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB or equivalent examinations.

(iii) Candidates awaiting their SSCE equivalent results can also apply for admission provided the result will be available by resumption in September, 2013.

(iv) Direct Entry candidates must obtain Direct Entry form from JAMB.


(i) Direct Entry candidates should obtain direct entry form from JAMB and contact the Registrar.

Admission into ABUAD for non Direct-Entry candidates is subject to successful passing of the UTME Examination and the Post-UTME screening. Such candidates should please watch out for details of the post UTME screening on newspapers and television after the publication of the UTME result by JAMB.

Application Forms can be purchase from any of the designated selling points on or before the screening date by paying N7, 500 into any of the listed banks or designated selling points:







Watch out for the date and details of the Post-UTME Screening Centres in Newspapers, Television and the University website.

Candidates who did not choose ABUAD in their UTME are also qualified to participate in the post-UTME screening of the university and contact the Registrar.

Madonna University Begins 2013/2014 Admission Screening/Interview Exercise - Apply Now!

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the various degree programmes of Madonna University, Elele main Campus, Okija Campus and Akpugo Campus, for 2013/2014 Academic session.

Pre-Degree programmes are available in the following Faculties and Departments, except in the faculty of Law:

Faculty of Education and Arts

Departments Available:

Business Education
Computer Science Education

Faculty of Management Sciences

Departments Available:

Banking and Finance
Business Administration

Faculty of Social Science

Departments Available:

Public Administration
Mass Communication
Political Science
Library Science & Information Technology

Faculty of Ecclesiastical Studies

Departments Available:

Religious Studies

Faculty of Law

Department Available:

Public Law
Property Law
Jurisprudence and International Law
Commercial Law

Faculty of Science

Departments Available:

Computer Science
Industrial Chemistry

College of Medicine

Departments Available:

International Medicine
Community Medicine
Medicine and Surgery
Clinical Pathology
Haemathology and Immunology
Medical Microbiology
Anatomical Pathology

Faculty of Health Sciences

Departments Available:

Medical Laboratory Science
Nursing Science
Public Health

Faculty of Pharmacy

Departments Available:

Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmacology and Toxicolgy

Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Departments Available:

Food Science and Technology
Petroleum Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Engineering

Entry Requirements:

As obtainable in all Nigerian Universities offering pre-degree and degree programmes. Jamb score is not necessary for pre-degree candidates.

Method of application: Application forms and interview fee for Pre-degree and Degree candidates are available at the cost of #6,000.00 payable at any branch of the Mayfresh Savings and Loans Ltd.

Application forms together with details on admission are obtainable from any of the following centres:-

i. The Registrar (Admission)
Madonna University Elele main campus,
P.M.B 48

ii. The Registrar (Admission)
Madonna University, Okija campus
P.M.B, 407, Ihiala L.G.A
Anambra State.

iii. Mayfresh Savings and Loans Ltd
Madonna University Akpugo Campus, Enugu.

iv. The Information Office,
Pilgrimage Centre,
Box 48, Elele
Rivers State

All completed application forms must be sent to the office of the Registrar, Madonna University in any of the campuses.

Note: Degree Candidates who choose other Universities through JAMB and wish to be admitted into Madonna University may apply in any of the campuses.





For further information contact the following:

Akpugo campus:
Mr. Onyebuchi Boniface (08039369345)

Elele campus:
Mr. Moses Ibeawuchi (08063365330, 07088597661)

Okija campus:
Asso. Prof C. O. C. Okafor (08033178531)

Madonna University 2012/2013 Matriculation

The Myschool Team hereby congratulate all Madonna University Freshers for the 2012/2013 set on their matriculation which will be taking place as follow:

Madonna University Okija Campus: Friday 24th May, 2013
Venue: Central Podium
Time: 10: 00am

Madonna University Elele Campus: Saturday 25th May, 2013
Venue: Jubilee Central Podium
Time: 10: 00am

All matriculating students are hereby advised to be punctual.

Congrats Once Again

Igbinedion University Okada 2013/2014 Post UTME/Admission Screening Details

We wish to inform you all that the 2013/2014 Igbinedion University Okada is currently going on Now

General Entry Requirments

To be eligible for admission into the four-year disciplines and five or six-year professional programmes, candidates must possess a minimum of five credits at the GCE/WAEC, SSCE/NECO, or SSCE/NABTEB certificate examinations, which must include English Language and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.

In addition, candidates seeking admission into Law must possess at least a credit pass in Literature in English. Candidates awaiting GCE/NECO SSCE/WAEC SSCE/NABTEB results are also encouraged to apply provided the results would be available by September 2013 when the new session commences.

Candidtate may also seek admission into the 200 level of the degree programmes with the following qualifications:

1. Passes in at least two subjects at the Advanced level and an additional subject at the subsidiary level in the General Certificate of Education Examination. The subjects must constitute a suitable preliminary to the intended courses.

2. Diploma/NCE at credit level pass and above in the appropriate subjects from a recognized institution.
3. IJMB in the appropriate subjects.
4. First Degree in relevant discipline.
5. In all these cases, candidates must also satisfy the requirements for matriculation viz: five credit passes at the GCE/WAEC SSCE/NECO SSCE/NABTEB Certificate examinations.

Candidtate are required to show evidence of application to JAMB

UTME Requirement

Candidates applying for admission are required to sit for the 2013/2014 UTME and obtain the prescribed cut-off marks. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian universities

Candidates who are above 22 years of age will not be deemed eligible for admission. Older candidates may be admitted under exceptional circumstances.

Method of Application

Candidates have the option of purchasing application forms directly or applying online.

How to Purchase and Process Application Forms

Application forms are obtainable in person on payment of a non-refundable fee of N6,500 (Naira) only in bank draft drawn on any reputable bank, made payable to IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA, from the following:

- Igbinedion University, Okada
- Benin Liaison Office, No. 69 Airport Road, Benin City, Edo State, Tel: 08066345045
- Igbinedion Education Centre, 218/220 Murtala Mohammed Way, P.O. Box 24, Benin City, Edo State, Tel: 052-258766
- Lagos Liaison Office, 187, Adeleke Adedoyin Street, Off Kofo Abayomi, Victoria Island Lagos, Tel: 08033250561
- Zenith and Access Bank Branches throughout the country
- NIPOST General Post Offices throughout the country
- Peace Promise International School, Anjorin Street, Anorin Bus Stop, Surulere, Lagos
- Alvana Model Secondary School, Owerri – Onitsha Road, Owerri, Imo State
- Bereton Montessori Primary School, Plot 270 Stadium Road, G.R.A. Phase IV, Port Harcourt Tel: 084-239839, 571578; 08068737968
- Marketing Department, ITV, Abuja
- Gof International School, Oshogbo
- Government Secondary School, Garki, Abuja
- International School, ISI, University of Ibadan
- El-Amin Int. High School, Minna (Near NECO Headquarters)
- Oyemekun Grammar School Akure
- Barrister Tony Onyia, No 7c Murtala Mohammed Way, Kano, Tel 08037861029
- Katsina Education Trust Fund, No. 2 Gobarau Road, Gobarau Quarters, Katsina
- Government Secondary School, Katsina
- Mobil Pegasus School, Eket
- Marketing Department, AKBC, Uyo
- Marketing Department, CRBC, Calabar
- Marketing Department, ABS Radio, GRA, Onitsha
- Marketing Department, FRCN, Enugu

Submission of Completed Application Form

Completed application form must be accompanied with Photostat copies of academic certificates/statements of results, birth certificate and certificate of Local Government Area of origin. All applications are to be addressed to:

The Registrar
Igbinedion University, Okada
P.M.B. 0006
Benin City
Edo State, Nigeria

Applicants are encouraged to send completed forms to the Registrar Igbinedion University or bring them along to the screening centres.

Post-UTME Screening Date and Centres

Screening of applicants will take place in the following centres on Saturday July 20, 2013 (candidates are to report at the screening centre of their choice)

- Benin City: Igbinedion Education Centre (IEC) 218/220 Murtala Mohammed Way, Benin City, Edo State
- Lagos: Peace Promise International School, Anjorin Street, Anorin Bus Stop, Surulere, Lagos
- Port Harcourt: Bereton Montessori Primary School, Plot 270 Stadium Road, G.R.A. Phase IV, Port Harcourt
- Abuja: Government Secondary School, Garki, Abuja

Time: 10 AM

Candidates who chose Igbinedion University, Okada as their first and second choice JAMB (UMTE) should also attend the screening exercise.


UNIBEN 2013/2014 POST-UTME Screening Exercise will soon kick-off.

The University of Benin (UNIBEN) 2013 Post –UTME Screening Exercise will soon take place by next month June, 2013 , Information reaching us says that the Management have received the first Jamb list of candidates that chooses the Varsity as their first choice and 2nd choice.

All Prospective candidates that chooses Uniben as their choice are strongly advised to keep in mind that the post utme screening will take place soon, How prepared are you?

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Thursday, 23 May 2013

Democracy Day: Nigerian Government Declares May 29 Public Holiday

The Federal Government of Nigeria has declared Wednesday, May 29, as a Public Holiday to celebrate the 2013 Democracy Day.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Interior, Annesthesia Nwaobia, on Thursday in Abuja.

According to the statement, the Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, declared the Public Holiday on behalf of the Federal Government.

Mr. Moro urged Nigerians to deepen their participation in democratic governance to enable them pass on the baton of credible and good governance to upcoming generations. He congratulated Nigerians on the attainment of yet another successful year of the transformation agenda of President Goodluck Jonathan.

He urged the citizenry to support Jonathan’s efforts at deepening democratic governance in the country.

He further enjoined all Nigerians to continue to pray for the success of President Jonathan’s efforts to restore peace that would bequeath Nigeria as the land of peace and unity.

Now as a Nigerian student, what do you wish Nigeria as she celebrate this year's annual Democracy day on May 29?

JAMB CBT Scales Through In UNIBEN's ICT Center

Many stakeholders, including Alhaji Kamaldeen Oladeji, Lagos Zonal Coordinator, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), have said that there was no going back on the newly introduced Computer Based Test (CBT).

NAN reports that a total of 100,000 candidates would be taking the examination across 56 centres in the country, one of which is the UNIBEN ICT Center.

The 2012/2013 JAMB CBT Exam in UNIBEN's ICT Center was very smoothe as adequate logistic, technical, and security arragements were already finalized by the University Management. The Exam is schduled to run from Monday 20th May 2013 through Wednesday 22nd 2013.

Gov Okorocha Orders Unemployed Graduates Back to Farms, offers N50m interest free loans.

n a bid to decongest unemployment situation that has formed a hydra-headed monster in Nigeria at large, Governor Rochas Anayo Okorocha of Imo State has ordered unemployed graduates in the State to get ready to be fully engaged in the farm land acquired by government in each of the autonomous community among 637 communities in the state.

This action seemed to have frustrated thousands of degree and certificate-carrying unemployed graduates who emptied into the state capital to witness and be part of the Youth-Must-Work program unfolded yesterday.

Many graduates who were in Owerri the state capital with photocopies of their credentials for civil service jobs and possible employment in the state work force went home disappointed as no white collar job was to be made available to them.

Governor Okorocha made this known yesterday at Heroes Square Owerri while launching a programme he called “youth must work”.

He advised the youth to ensure that they fill the farm designated for the exercise adding that state government for the exercise will soon collaborate with House of Assembly to enact a law that would prosecute unemployed youths any moment from now.

The Governor charged Ministry of Agriculture to work in synergy with Community Government Council (CGC) to ensure that at least a hectare of farm land is established in each of the communities where youths will be gainfully employed adding that unemployment situation will be a thing of past after the exercise as those who are not interesting in Agric sector shall be engaged in super markets and oil companies among viable working carriers in the state.

According to Governor, five billion naira interest free loan will be set aside to cushion the plights and challenges of the unemployed youths. Governor Okorocha further approved ten thousand naira monthly stipend for each corps-member serving in the state which he said will be paid to them via CGC.

He further expressed dissatisfaction that the alleged sixty seven billion naira mismanaged by the immediate past administration would have gone a long way to arrest unemployment in Imo State, maintaining that EFCC should do further investigation on the said fraud.

Speaking further, Okorocha said that he has allocated about N5m each to members of the Imo State House of Assembly for employment purposes.

He also promised to procure at least five hundred cabs for the youth who might have interest in transportation business. He further said that in the Private Partnership Program, PPP, people shall be posted to hotels and supermarkets where they will be paid by the respective employers.

Earlier, the Imo State Coordinator of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) thanked the Governor for organizing such exercise adding that youth will always support him in all ramifications.

Reacting on the matter, a frontline youth leader and the National Secretary of Imo Youth Assembly, Comrade Precious Nwadike stated that “Okorocha should not toy and deceive Imo youths as he is also a graduate as we are meant to understand and should not treat the unemployed ones some of who graduated with better qualifications than him in the manner he is going now. Everybody cannot be Governor and that is why some of us are not governors today otherwise we are eminently qualified to be governors going by our academic qualification. We feel pained in us that Governor Okorocha who hails from Orlu zone could mobilize the youths of Imo State just to tell stories of how governance has failed in the state”

. According to Nwadike who is also the President of OrluZurumee Youth Assembly, “we had earlier advised Governor Okorocha to engage the N10, 000 job beneficiaries rather than creating 15,000 jobs for another set of unemployed graduates and that is our position both at Orluzurumee Youth Assembly and Imo Youth Assembly. We are graduates and not market women as such we should not be told certain stories politicians tell artisans and market women. The idea of posting our young girls to hotels is another way of encouraging graduates to go into prostitution at a time like this when the Governor should make frantic effort to revamp the Imo State industrial layout at Onitsha road by simply making the roads accessible and reducing cost of production and encourage Imolites to come home and invest. The youths who benefited from the 10,000 jobs created by the last administration should be reconsidered than this new gospel from the present administration. We should not be toys in the hands of our leaders”

Jamb CBT Hall. See what it looks like here.

The jamb "Cbt" Computer base test hall is so wonderful and so competent [msg myscholarsgist.com], in fact is enjoying and everything every student in Nigeria will like to practice because there is a lot of benefit and computer flexibility.

Over the past years now in Nigeria, student has been writing jamb paper and other secondary and institutional paper exams, one will notice that that even our graduates finds it difficult when it comes to computer operating and this stops many from getting job easily because the where not computer literate. But today if you watch at the picture hall of Jamb Cbt here you will see that if CBT should be introduce not only in jamb writing but also in Higher Institution exams and with that we will achieve our goals fast and our student will no longer be computer illiterate.

We are now in a technology age and we advice everyone to get introduce to it and also adapt to it for our own good both here in Nigeria and outside Nigeria. Just take a look once again at the picture of the Jamb CBT computer base test and see what it looks like. Wishes all writing CBT exams the best.

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