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Obafemi Awolowo University to Host Education Network 2014 Conference

The Education Network (EduNet) Conference was created in 2010 to serve as a platform for Universities, Government and key players in the Technology Ecosystem to network, share knowledge and ideas, focused at exploring the impact and use of ICT in the country’s University Community. Now in its 4th iteration, this year’s edition will be hosted … Continue reading

OOU,OGUN VARSITY PULLS OUT OF #ASUU STRIKE,RESUMES 9TH DEC

Following the directives from the federal government that all striking lecturers of public universities in the country resume to the classrooms on or before 9/12/13, This inclusive all state universities in the country. Hence the management of Olabisi Onabanjo University has decided to commence all normal school activities, to this effect all registrations for the … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE UPDATE: FG CONFIRMS PAYMENT OF N200 BILLION #EDUCATION DEVT FUND INTO CBN

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe has confirmed that the N200 billion demanded by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been paid. The money was paid into an account with the CBN and is meant for renewal of infrastructure facilities in public universities in the country, Okupe explained. The … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE:FG HAS BRIBED SOME OF OUR MEMBERS TO BREAK THE STRIKE-#ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has accused the Federal Government of taking money round campuses to influence some lecturers to abandon the 155-day long strike embarked upon by the union. Appearing on a TV programme, Mr. Karo Ogbinaka, the Chairman of the University of Lagos chapter of ASUU, said the union was aware … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE: ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AAUA RESUMES LECTURES,DEFIES #ASUU

The Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko [AAUA] in Ondo State, yesterday partially commenced lectures as majority of the students have resumed for their second semester. Our correspondent who visited the campus has reported that some departments have commenced teaching already. It was learnt that the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Femi Mimiko personally monitored the classes to ensure that … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE:FUTO SENATE SACKS ALL ACADEMIC STAFF,TO RECRUIT NEW LECTURERS

Following the orders by the Federal Government, urging all universities to re-open, the Senate of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) Tuesday sacked all academic staff with immediate effect. The Federal Government had through the Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike had vow to sack any lecturer who fails to return to class within … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE: FRESH STUDENTS COMMENCE REGISTRATION AS VC’s DEFY #ASUU OVER ADMISSIONS

Despite the crisis in the sector, new students in universities across the country have already begun the registration process to begin a new academic calendar while the incumbent calendar is being stalled by the 5 month old ASUU strike. Some of these new students who spoke to Vanguard Learning are apprehensive about being inducted into … Continue reading

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION WARRI ADMISSION LIST IS OUT,CHECK NOW

College of Education, Warri Admission List for the 2013/2014 academic session is out. Candidates can check the admission status Here http://www.coewarri.edu.ng/en/ the official website of the College. The COEWarri admission list is that of candidates who have been offered admission into the College for the 2013/2014 academic session. Go to the admission list-checking portal of … Continue reading

N140M For Repairs Of 1-Year-Old Vehicles, N500M to Renovate NYSC Camp: Senate Queries FCT Minister over SURE-P Funds

The Senate’s Ad-hoc Committee on Subsidy Re-investment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P) has asked FCT Minister Bala Mohammed to explain how SURE-P funds allocated to the territory from 2012 to date were spent. The committee, which issued the query on Tuesday in Abuja at a meeting with the minister, urged him to furnish it with a … Continue reading

#ASUU STRIKE CONTINUES,UNION SETS NEW CONDITIONS,DEMANDS RELEASE OF N100 BILLION BY FG

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may not call off the strike this week except its new demands are met by the Presidency. This was one of the decisions reached at its secret Executive Council meeting held over the weekend. One of these demands is the payment of salary arrears accrued during the period … Continue reading

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