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Sambo Gives Scholarships To Kano Varsity Students

Sambo Gives Scholarships To Kano Varsity Students

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220px-Namadi_SamboVice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo has given scholarship of N50,000 to 100 students of the Bayero University Kano (BUK).
In a statement by the Director of Public Affairs of the university, Ahmad Shehu, it was disclosed that the vice president gave the scholarship to the students in his capacity as a private citizen of the country.
He noted that it would be disbursed to the successful beneficiaries in April 2015, after the University Indigent scholarship Award Committee concluded the screening exercise. (more…)

April 1, 2015 |

TASUED Secondary School wins 2014 Schlumberger International Science Award

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Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED, Ijagun, Ogun State, through her young Scientists, Students of Tai Solarin University of Education Secondary School (TASUESS) again shone like galaxy of stars at the 2014 Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development (SEED).

The project featured by TASUESS students, Water-Powered Automobile won them 1st position among several competing schools in Nigeria.

The competition, which was organized in conjunction with Nigeria Academy of Science, was part of Schlumberger’s Global Citizenship Initiatives, to support and encourage the development of Nigerian talents in the Sciences in secondary schools.

The TASUESS team, Ogunyemi Bolujoko, Olaniyan George and Oguntoye Oluwatobi came home with Award Plaques, Certificates and a Science Laboratory for the school. In addition to this, the team will also enjoy an all expense paid trip to France.

TASUESS came first in a Debate Competition organized by the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library Abeokuta in 2014, which had students from other African countries in attendance .

Presenting the team to the Governing Council of the University, the Chairman, Board of Governors of the School, Dr. R.I Adepoju said the team must be motivated for the ground-breaking innovation.

The Chairman of the Governing Council of the University, Prof. Olufemi Bamiro said the students must be commended for their outstanding performance with a call on the teachers to keep the spirit going.

“This, I believe, can be the beginning of a research that would go beyond just a competition. Keep the flag flying. Well done!”, he added.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof.Oluyemisi Obilade also commended the winning team for projecting the University to the world.

In attendance at the presentation ceremony were the Principal of the school, Mrs. Beatrice Olaniyan; Vice Principal, Mrs. Akinside and Mr. Olujimi Moses, the Physics teacher who conceptualized the project and whose commitment and resources saw it to a glorious end.

March 23, 2015 |

Gowon to deliver lecture on Nigerian Civil War Ojukwu University

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Igbariam (Anambra), March 18, 2015 (NAN) A former Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, will deliver a lecture at the 6th convocation ceremony of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, formerly Anambra State University, on Wednesday, next week.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Fidelis Okafor, made the announcement at a news conference at the Igbariam campus of the university on Wednesday.

Okafor , said that the former head of state’s lecture would be on the topic: `No Victor, No Vanquished: Healing the Nigerian Nation`.

He said that 14 people would receive Ph.Ds, 54 Masters’ degrees , 97 postgraduate diplomas and 2,800 first degrees on March 26.

“Some 45 years ago at the end of the Civil War, Gowon made an epoch-making speech and he is going to speak on that.

“It is also an opportunity for this general to come to a university named after his rival during the war.

“Gowon has never made any public statement on the event of between 1967 and 1970.

“I think also that he wishes to use the opportunity to speak to the Igbo people before he exits from this earth.“

According to him, the event will be the first convocation of the university since it became Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University.

The vice-chancellor said that the Senate President, David Mark and the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu would be conferred with honorary and post-humous doctorate respectively at the convocation.

He said that Mark, Ojukwu and Gowon were special military men, who distinguished themselves in the history of Nigeria. (NAN)

March 23, 2015 |

UK plans training for 66,000 teachers in North

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Department for International Development, an agency of the United Kingdom, has inaugurated the Teacher Development Programme to boost learning in six northern states.

The programme will train 62,000 school teachers, 4,000 student teachers and 816 teacher educators in the six states.

The beneficiaries of the TDP arrangement, which is aimed at improving the quality of teaching and learning at the basic education level, are Jigawa, Katsina, Zamfara, Niger, Kaduna and Kano states.

The programme, funded by DFID, is intended to improve the skills of teachers in the three core curriculum subjects of English, Mathematics and Science and Technology, is to produce better teachers through a combination of pre-service and in-service training.

The Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Education, Dr. MacJohn Nwaobiala, represented by the National Programme Manager, TDP, Dr. Nguyan Shaku Feese, said this at the meeting of the National Joint Committee for the TDP in Abuja.

He expressed optimism that the findings and recommendations of the working groups would be used to refine and improve the process of implementing the set of reforms articulated by the National Commission for Colleges of Education.

Nwaobiala lamented that the provision of regular sustainable Continuing Professional Development opportunities for teacher educators started to receive adequate attention recently.

“A key element of the reform of pre-service training is how to ensure that the teacher educators in our training institutions do have the regular opportunities for updating their subject content knowledge and pedagogical skills,” he stated.

Executive Secretary of NCCE, Prof. Muhammed Junaid, said the commission was committed to ensuring the production of quality teachers for the nation’s basic education sector.

According to him, the NCCE would continue to work with the colleges and TDP to accomplish the necessary reforms in the sector.

Junaid said, “Our ultimate aim in implementing the CPD programme is to engender a paradigm shift in the way lecturers teach, from traditional transmission model of teaching to constructivist gender sensitive pedagogy.”

March 12, 2015 |
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