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LAUTECH’S Stephen Adedokun Makes History With 8 Distinctions in Medical School

LAUTECH’S Stephen Adedokun Makes History With 8 Distinctions in Medical School

LAUTECH’S Stephen Adedokun makes History with 8 Distinctions in Medical School including; Distinction in Anatomy in 300L Distinction in Physiology in 300L Distinction in Biochemistry in 300L Distinction in Pathology in 400L Distinction in Pharmacology in 400L Distinction in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 500L Distinction in Surgery in 600L Distinction in Community Medicine in 600L Stephen Adedokun has acheived a phenomenal feat in the history of Faculty of Medicine, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology LAUTECH, Ogobomoso. Recently, the university graduated a fresh set of doctors from its medical school since 2016. The young man, Stephen Adedokun, who spent 10 years in the university withou... »

ABUAD Post-UTME 2018 Screening Date Released

ABUAD Post-UTME 2018 Screening Date Released

The ABUAD Post-UTME 2018 Screening Date has been Released This is to inform all candidates who have applied for the post-UTME screening of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti for the 2018/2019 Academic Session that the management of the university has announced the date for the screening exercise. According to the management, the 2018/2019 Post-UTME Screening will hold July 7th, 2018. Meanwhile the screening form is still on sale. The Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Ekiti State, has commenced sales of her Post UTME Application forms for admission into her approved undergraduate programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session. Application is currently open to UTME and Direct entry ca... »

UMYU Informs Prospective Corpers on JAMB Matriculation List

UMYU Informs Prospective Corpers on JAMB Matriculation List

This is to inform all Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) from Umaru Musa Yar`adua University, Katsina, that due to the JAMB Policy on Matriculation List, no graduate can be uploaded on the NYSC portal unless his/her JAMB Number is on the JAMB Matriculation List. To be added on the Matriculation List, PCMs are therefore strongly advised to print their Admission Letter and Result Slip online, latest by 12:00 mid night Sunday 24th June, 2018. Any PCM who is not added on the JAMB Matriculation list within the stipulated period of time would not be mobilized for the 2018 Batch “B” Exercise. PCMs can check if their names are added on the list online.   »

How to Check JAMB Matriculation List For NYSC & Undergraduates

How to Check JAMB Matriculation List For NYSC & Undergraduates

This is a guideline on How to Check JAMB Matriculation List For NYSC & Undergraduates. The Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) has launched a portal where undergraduates of various institutions can check whether their admissions are recognised by JAMB or not before they see out their Admission years & be disappointed. It is important that you confirm your name from the JAMB matriculation list. Only candidates whose names are on this list are recognised as bonafide students from the various accredited institutions. By implication, if your name is not on this JAMB Matriculation list, your application to NYSC scheme for the one-year National service shall be declined. How to Qual... »

Parents Move Wards From Private To Public Schools In Edo

Parents Move Wards From Private To Public Schools In Edo

Few weeks into the implementation of the Edo State Basic Education Sector Transformation (Edo-BEST) initiative by the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration, parents and guardians in the state have begun withdrawing their children and wards from private schools and moving them to public schools. Special Adviser to the Governor on Basic Education and Acting Chairman, Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Dr. Joan Osa Oviawe, said parents and guardians are impressed with the improved technology-based teaching method in the pilot public schools across the state, and are withdrawing their children from private to public schools. She also said that parents and guardians who visit... »