Showing posts with label CAMPUS GIST. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CAMPUS GIST. Show all posts

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

#IDontLikeWhatIHate, Resigned Ksu SUG PRO Cosmos Ogiri Breaks Silence - Ask For Reasons For The Delay In SUG/Nakoss Elections



Kogi State University Former SUG PRO who is known to be controversial and has in the time past raise up to topics in the SUG unions that created a buzz and saga around campus which everyone talked about for long. This time around he Is looking for answers to what is delaying a new sug/Nakoss election as the semester is getting to an end already.

Read below what he wrote....

"I really want to start analyzing the actions of the Nigerian Federal Governments and the opportunity cost of its actions and inactions with the hash tag #iDontLikeWhatiHate but then as a young man with conscience and a Christian I ask my self if I have the moral justifications to air my voice on the activities of another man's leadership style? Not forgetting so soon how the little opportunity given to me in the Students Union Government was handled. It was one of fights, counter actions and what have you - public show of shame. But that was necessary in the past, two wrongs can't make a right! One of the parties must had a genuine cause of action while the other party must be totally wrong. Two right tools can't be on a logger head and achieve nothing. One must be wrong, the other must be right.

Time is already telling on us, we beginning to know those who where real enemies of the struggle. Need I remind myself that uptill this moment as I pen down my worries that no election have been held in Kogi State University to bring new EXCOS into mother unions of the institution?

What could be the problem? In NAKOSS, aspirants have paid and bought forms for offices and first semester is almost ending. Where is their money? In whose pocket is it? Why hasn't they been election into the SUG and NAKOSS? Who is holding unto the power and for what reason is the person doing so? Why is the populace not reacting?

All these questions have cleared my conscience and I will boldly let time tell us more we need to know. I will let time heal, time speaks volumes and with time I shall regain my moral justifications to unleash my provocation on the present day Nigeria Government via #iDontLikeWhatiHate analysis of the actions of the Nigerian Federal Government and the opportunity cost of its actions and inactions.
Together, we can."

-Cosmos
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Hand Over The Mantle - Kogi State Student Cries Out For A New SUG/Nakoss Election



HANDOVER THE MANTLE........... SUG/NAKOSS......

Government is widely believed to be an instrument through which a society is organised in order to maintain law and order as well as advance the necessary social amenities in a community....
Popularly referred to as SUG, Students Union Governments were established in various institutions of higher learning to promote unity, orderliness and smooth relationship between students, school authorities and the state or Federal Government.

It is no news that there ought to have been an election long before now in kogi state state university as the tenur is normally @n academic session ie to mean the tenur of the outgang excos has elapsed...but due to the protracted strike action, the election was not conducted as at when due....

Kudos to the outgoing SUG Executives for their tireless effect, yet as students of Kogi State University , we are being deprived of so many things because it seems we've lost our voice, or perhaps our voice have gone faint, although to some extent the council of departmental presidents has been playing the role of a union, but that is not enough....

The semester is far spent yet it doesn't seem like any thing is ongoing about the election, all the proposed date / rumors were all fruitless; imagine if the election or tenur of a Government in Nigeria was left with power for even 48hrs after due date, what do we think will happen?

Quoting the words of a Comrade....
"Need I remind myself that uptill this moment as I pen down my worries that no election
have been held in Kogi State University to bring new EXCOS into mother unions of the
institution?

What could be the problem? In NAKOSS, aspirants have paid and bought forms for
offices and first semester is almost ending. Where is their money? In whose pocket is
it? Why hasn't there been election into the SUG and NAKOSS? Who is holding unto the
power and for what reason is the person doing so? Why is the populace not reacting?

All these questions have cleared my conscience and I will boldly let time tell us more
we need to know"

And Quoting the words of another Comrade........
"By extension I am not suppose to talking about KSU Unionisms again but unfortunately it happened like this, as I'm talking to you myself has started having issue with some powers that be in KSU due to my usual way of said what I think is right for me and the entire students, we are every ready to conduct election and handover whatever in our possession but university management keep telling us stories and you know that we have a limited power as regarded KSU because students handbook's which has been their medium of threat to every one of us."

ITS not that the populace dont know about all the "truths and lies" flying all around and the least of the populace will know that there has been reason(s) why the power hasnt been handed over...People are watching far and wide and even for future purposes. Whatever the reason, we dont wanna know again.

All we demand is that elections should hold for posts in the unions (SUG & NAKOSS) this semester ASAP, for the interest of all students.... Appeal Goes to all bodies responsible for the conduction of this said election....Enough is Enough, We Need New Executives.
A new Government we Demand...
#SUG
#NAKOSS
And I kept thinking through the night......

Oluwafemi yinka olinxs
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Sunday, 1 October 2017

Kogi State University 2015/2016 Graduate NYSC Mobilization Form Is Out (Details)


Kogi State University students who graduated 2015/2016 have been advised by the school management to log on to the university portal here  To fill the NYSC

mobilisation form

Procedures 

1. Log on http://www.portal.ksu.edu.ng/

2. Click on  2015/2016 NYSC MOBILIZATION FORM

3.Fill in your details and upload your passport photograph 

Thats all. Kindly share this information with others.
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Friday, 15 September 2017

Kogi State Students Bursary Registration Is On With 300% Increment In Bursary Payment | Details

to register visit www.kssb.kg.gov.ng
 Diploma Get #9,000 Each, Degree Gets #12,000, law and medicine students get #18000.
there was a rumour some time ago that registration has been closed, please disregard any.
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PROCEDURE FOR KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY 2017/2018 POST UTME SCREENING:

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Candidate that choose Kogi State University as first choice with jamb score of 160 above and minimum of 5 credit in your O-Level result at not more than Two sitting in relevant subject including ENGLISH and MATHEMATICS can proceed the screening registration 

HOW TO REGISTER:

i) Registration  14th September 2017 to close on 24 September 2017
ii) Visit any of the Zenith bank nation wide with the sum of #2,500 only to pay into Kogi state university bank account( account number will be issued to you when you get to the bank) to generate a pin which will enable qualify candidate to commence registration
iii) Bank will issue a pin to any candidate who pay the sum of #2,500 into the school account.
iv) Take the pin issued by the bank to any cyber cafe to proceed your screening registration through the school portal ksu.edu.ng
v) Candidates will be required to upload a recent and cleared scanned copy of their passport, not more than 20k with red background.
vi) Candidates are to print their screening slip after online registration to know the date and time schedule for the test.
vii) The print out must be printed in coloured and MUST be brought to the screening venue for submission to the screening officials.
viii) Candidate must be in screening venue (Professor F.S idachaba Lecture theatre) an hour befor the screening exercise
ix) Candidate are prohibited from coming into the hall with pen,flash drive,phones or any electronic gadget,
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ASUU Strike: No End In Sight

The representatives of the Federal Government and the leadership of ASUU have failed to reach a consensus on the current industrial strike action.
 
 
Hope that the strike action embarked upon by Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, is about to come to an end appears dashed as congresses of universities met across the country to deliberate on the recent agreements reached between the leadership of the union and the Federal Government.
 
Feelers from the congresses that have met indicate that the unions were not ready to call of the strike because the government is yet to show the necessary commitment to their plights. 
 
For instance, in congresses held yesterday at the University of Ibadan, UI, and Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, EKSU, members of the union decided to continue with the strike action on the ground that the Federal Government’s offers are not acceptable to them.
 
According to reliable sources, the staff are not comfortable with the fact that only about one of the seven demands, which is the issue of staff schools of the universities was convincingly addressed by the government. Government only made promises as regards the other demands which do not show any difference from what was on ground before the strike.
 
As at the time of filing this report, UI was devoid of activities as all unions on campus both academic and non academic have embarked on indefinite strike.
 
A lecturer from EKSU said, “We have agreed that the strike must continue until the Federal Government is ready to grant our demands in practical way not in promissory act”.
 
In one of the interaction with the media after the last meeting the union had with the government, ASUU President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi said that he could not determine when the union would call off its strike adding that calling off the strike would be determined by the entire members of the union.
However, the effects of the strike has began to manifest as some students who have secured employments have decided to abandon their academic programmes.
 
A Master’s Degree student of UI who did not want his name mentioned said, “I have been looking for a job for a while now. Because I don’t want to be sitting at home, I obtained a postgraduate form and I was admitted. We were about to start our exam when the strike action began. Now I have a job. I can’t trade the job with the Master’s prpogramme. If I decide to leave the job and go back to school when the strike action is over, what gives me the impression that I will get a job as soon as I am through with the Master’s programme? I will do the Master’s programme when it is more convenient”.
 
Another student said, “I am considering private university, maybe BABCOCK or Lead City University. Government universities in Nigeria are becoming a problem and time waster. Unfortunately, we don’t have responsible government who will be ready to do what the unions are asking for. First, people in government will chose to embezzle people’s money or mismanage it rather than using it for public good. Since Nigeria has been in recession, have you heard political office holders reducing their salaries and allowances? Go to the National Assembly, and see the exotic cars they are buying. Their salaries are been paid as at when due. 
 
"Under the nose of President Muhammadu Buhari, those in the executive are also stealing. How many thieves will Buhari catch? Except the system is working, nothing good can come from Nigeria”.
 
To some female students, the strike action is a blessing to them as some pregnant female students delivered babies.
 
One of them said, “I thank God because I don’t know how I would have coped. I gave birth within two weeks the strike action commenced. That means that I would have given birth to my child while my first semester examination is on-going. This means that I might have not been able to write all my papers. So you can see now that it is a blessing for me. If the strike action is called off now, at least I can sit for my exam and graduate when my mates are graduating”.
 
Source: PM News
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Kogi State University; Graduating Students Contribute Money to Pay Lecturers



The dismissed Kogi State University (KSU) teachers have withheld graduating students’ results and vowed not to release them, except the school withdraws their “sack letters” and pays their arrears. To pacify the aggrieved teachers, some of the students are secretly contributing N3,000 each to facilitate the release of their results. MOHAMMED YABAGI reports.
The fate of the graduating students of the Kogi State University (KSU) in Anyigba is hanging in the balance – no thanks to a battle between the management and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The school has just resumed another session, but the graduating students’ results from all faculties have not been computed.
This development is in response to the proscription of ASUU by the government, and last month’s mass dismissal of members of the academic staff by the school authorities.
At the time of filing this report, graduating students are not sure of their fate, weeks after the school rounded off the 2016/2017 calendar. The sacked lecturers have vowed not to release their results until their demands were met by the school. The lecturers want their salary arrears paid and they also want the school to reverse their dismissal.
The lecturers were sacked over their refusal to resume work after a six-month internal strike. No fewer than 150 members of the academic staff were affected in the mass dismissal, which followed the government’s proscription of ASUU in the school.
Some of the graduating students, who spoke to CAMPUSLIFE, are worried about their fate, because they have not had access to the results of their final examinations. The students complained that some of them may end up having two extra sessions in the school if they failed compulsory courses in the withheld results.
CAMPSULIFE gathered that some of them who had carryover courses in the first semester of the 2016/2017 session could not register in the current session because they did not know if they passed all the compulsory courses in the second semester.
Gideon Amedu, a graduating student of the Department of Philosophy, said his department had not released 300-Level and final year results, expressing fear that many of his colleagues may likely come back after the session to register for 300-Level courses. He said there was no hope any student from his department would be mobilised for the National Youth Service this year, because the department had not released any result in the last two years.
He said: “It is sad that my department has not released any results since 2015. Like me, many students in my set are experiencing the same fate. We have not seen our results for both 300- and 400-Levels. Some of us in my department and others from other departments are eager to know our fate as to whether we can still go for National Youth Service this year or not.
“If the results had been released, most of us would know whether there is a need to remedy any compulsory course. But for now, we don’t know if we are in good standing or not. As I speak to you, none of the graduating students really knows what to do. This is why we are pleading with our lecturers to consider our plight and release the results to the school.”

Another graduating student, Moses Eleojo, decried the situation, noting that KSU “is one institution that seems to thrive on crisis and unconventional method of doing things”.
He wondered why students could not access their results a year after they sat for examination, saying the credibility of the results could be affected by the prolonged withholding. He blamed the situation on what he called “the lackadaisical attitude” of the management.
He said: “In other institutions, lecturers are expected to submit students’ results no later than three weeks after the conclusion of examination. But in KSU, lecturers can sit on results for as long as they want and this situation is putting students under unnecessary pressure, and giving lecturers opportunities to manipulate results.”
Findings by CAMPUSLIFE revealed that some lecturers, who resigned from the institution in the wake of the recent ASUU-government faceoff, also went away with students’ results and marking sheets to be used to grade final year students’ research projects.
Some graduating students, who are not ready to take chances, have chosen to take their destinies in their hands, CAMPUSLIFE reliably gathered. It was learnt that some frustrated students had started to contribute money to pay the sacked lecturers’ salaries to facilitate the release of the withheld results.
A source told CAMPUSLIFE that graduating students from a department in the Faculty of Social Sciences have started to contribute N3,000 each to pay off the salaries being owed a lecturer, who now teaches in another university.
Reacting, one of the disengaged lecturers at the Department of Mass Communication, who did not want his name in print, vowed not to release students’ results in his possession if his arrears were not paid by the school. Before the matter blew open, he said the management made several entreaties to the affected lecturers, noting that many of them rejected the school’s plea because of the way they were treated by the school and the government.
The Mass Communication lecturer said the decision to hold on to the results was taken because the affected academic staff did not get assurance on whether salaries owed would be paid.
He said: “The only thing that can make me release results in my possession is for the school to pay my arrears and withdraw the illegal sack letter issued. This is the only condition to settle the matter. There were promises made by the management in the past, they ended in disappointments. I will release the students’ results only if I am paid and recalled.”
Another affected lecturer, Mr. Ben Ibe Onoja, said the graduating students’ results were not unjustly being withheld. “The fact is that, we are still on strike,” Onoja said.
He said it would be unprofessional for any lecturer to refuse to submit students’ results at the end of the session. He added that the school management should know how to recover any result being unjustly withheld by any lecturer.
He said: “Do you expect people who are on strike to carry out any official engagement? Marking of scripts and submission of results to management is an official function, which anyone on industrial action should not engage in.”
A source in the Public Relations Department, who pleaded not to be named, said the management was working round the clock to ensure the matter was resolved on time, so that the students could be mobilised for National Youth Service.
Credits: Yabagi Mohammed | CampusLife
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Saturday, 9 September 2017

ASUU Strike: Accept FG's Offer - Students Beg Lecturers



Voicing the mood of Nigerian students, the leadership of NANS has begged strike university workers to accept FG's offer and call of the ongoing strike.
 
The National Association of Nigerian Students has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities to accept the offers made by the Federal Government and to call off the ongoing strike.

The Federal Government’s team dialoguing with ASUU had agreed to set-up a seven-man joint committee to look into all ASUU demands as well as agreed to release billions of naira to meet universities infrastructural needs.

The current agreement was reached after about 12 hours and 30 minutes of a closed door meeting in Abuja on Thursday.

“NANS is passionately appealing to ASUU to consider the offer made by the Federal Government in the interest of Nigerian students,” the National Public Relations Officer of NANS, Comrade Bestman Okereafor, said in a statement on Saturday.

“Even as NANS delegation shall be meeting with Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, the National President of ASUU and his executives next week on the resumption of classes in the universities.”

Okereafor noted that NANS conclusively wish “to reassure our compatriots that NANS under the watch of Comrade Aruna Kadiri is poised and committed to giving a more proactive and responsive representation to students.

“We are optimistic that the storm in the universities will be over soonest.”


The national leadership of ASUU, however, said though it accepted the proposals presented by the government but would take the proposals to its members in various states and universities chapters.

The union would likely get back to the Federal Government within a week time.

(NAN)
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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Check list of UNIVERSITIES WHOSE POST-UTME FORMS ARE OUT


*UNIVERSITIES WHOSE POST-UTME FORMS ARE OUT*

University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN Post-UTME Screening Form, Dates 2017/2018 Is Out
Federal University of Technology Minna, FUTMINNA Post-UTME/DE Screening Form – 2017/2018
Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, FUNAI Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018
Akwa Ibom State University, AKSU Post-UTME Screening Form –2017/2018
Ambrose Alli University, AAU Ekpoma Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018 Out
University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT Post-UTME Screening Form, Dates 2017/2018 Out
University of Lagos, UNILAG Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018 Is Out
Rivers State University of Science and Technology, RSUST Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018
University of Benin, UNIBEN Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018 Is Out
University of Ilorin, UNILORIN Post-UTME/Direct Entry Pre-Admission Screening 2017/2018
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, AAUA Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018 Is Out
Ekiti State University, EKSU Post-UTME/DE Screening Form Is Out – 2017/2018
University of Ibadan, UI To Conduct Written Post-UTME for 2017/18
Lagos State University, LASU Post UTME/DE Screening Forms 2017/2018 [Cut-Off Mark]
Abia State University, ABSU Post-UTME Screening Form, Cut-Off Mark 2017/2018 Out
University of Benin, UNIBEN Yet to Start Selling UTME/DE Forms 2017/18
Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA Has Not Fixed Post-UTME Date 2017/2018
Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU Admission Screening/Post-UTME Scam Alert – 2017/2018
University of Lagos, UNILAG Post-UTME/Admission Screening Date Disclaimer 2017/2018
*Nnamdi Azikiwe University, UNIZIK Post-UTME Form Not Yet On Sale 2017/2018* 
Joseph Ayo Babalola University,
JABU Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018
Edwin Clark University Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018
University of Mkar, UNIMKAR Post-UTME 2017/2018 [UTME/DE]
Elizade University Post-UTME Form 2017/2018 [UTME & DE]
Madonna University Post-UTME Screening Form 2017/2018
Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU Post-UTME/DE Screening Form 2017/2018 Is Out
Adeleke University, Ede Post-UTME Form 2017/2018
Bells University of Technology,
BUT Post-UTME Screening 2017/2018 Out
Achievers University Post-UTME/DE Form – 2017/2018
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Tertiary institutions in Nigeria have fixed cut-off marks for admissions in the 2017/2018 academic session. See Full List





Tertiary institutions in Nigeria have
fixed cut-off marks for admissions in the
2017/2018 academic session.
Madeinksu gathered that the cut-off marks,
decided by the Senate and management of
each institution, have also been sent to
JAMB.
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killed in new operation (pictured)
1 AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI,
EKITI STATE 180
2 COVENANT UNIVERSITY, CANAAN LAND,
OTA, OGUN STATE 180
3 ODUDUWA UNIVERSITY, IPETUMODU,
OSUN STATE 180
4 PAN-ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, AHMED
ONIBUDO STREET, VICTORIA ISLAND,
LAGOS STATE 180
5 VERITAS UNIVERSITY, ABUJA, FCT 180
6 RITMAN UNIVERSITY,IKOT-EKPENE,
AKWA-IBOM STATE 180
7 ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ONDO STATE. (AFFL TO OAU, ILE-IFE) 180
8 PIAGET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IBARA,
ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE 180
9 BABCOCK UNIVERSITY, ILISHAN-REMO,
OGUN STATE 170
10 BINGHAM UNIVERSITY, KARU,
NASARAWA STATE 170
11 LANDMARK UNIVERSITY, OMU-ARAN,
KWARA STATE 170
12 REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY, OGUN STATE
170
13 EDO UNIVERSITY, IYAMHO, EDO STATE
160
14 AL- HIKMAH UNIVERSITY, ILORIN,
KWARA STATE 160
15 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA,
YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE 160
16 AJAYI CROWTHER UNIVERSITY, OYO,
OYO STATE 160
17 BAZE UNIVERSITY, ABUJA, FCT 160
18 BELLS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY,
OTA, OGUN STATE 160
19 GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY,
URGWUOMU- NIKE, ENUGU STATE 160
20 JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY,
IKEJI-ARAKEJI, EKITI STATE 160
21 KWARARAFA UNIVERSITY, WUKARI,
TARABA STATE 160
22 MADONNA UNIVERSITY, OKIJA, IMO
STATE 160
23 PAUL UNIVERSITY, AWKA, ANAMBRA
STATE 160
24 HALLMARK UNIVERSITY,IJEBU-
ITELE,OGUN STATE 160
25 AUGUSTINE UNIVERSITY, ILARA, LAGOS,
LAGOS STATE 160
26 NANA AISHAT MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, KWARA STATE 160
27 LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY, IBADAN, OYO
STATE 150
28 NIGERIA TURKISH NILE UNIVERSITY,
ABUJA, FCT 150
29 OBONG UNIVERSITY, OBONG, NTAK,
AKWA IBOM 150
30 SALEM UNIVERSITY, LOKOJA, KOGI
STATE 150
31 JIBWIS COLLEGE OF ARABIC AND
ISLAMIC EDUCATION, GOMBE, GOMBE
STATE 150
32 UNIVERSITY OF MKAR, GBOKO, BENUE
STATE 140
33 CATHOLIC INSTITUTION OF WEST
AFRICA, PORT HARCOURT. (AFFL TO UNIV
OF CALABAR) 140
34 KINSEY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ILORIN, KWARA STATE 140
35 LESSEL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
LESSEL, USHONGO LGA, BENUE STATE 140
36 ECWA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
IGBAJA, KWARA STATE 140
37 ACHIEVERS UNIVERSITY OWO, ONDO
STATE 120
38 ADELEKE UNIVERSITY, EDE, OSUN
STATE 120
39 CALEB UNIVERSITY, IMOTA, LAGOS
STATE 120
40 CARITAS UNIVERSITY, AMORJI-NIKE,
ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 120
41 FOUNTAIN UNIVERSITY, OSOGBO, OSUN
STATE 120
42 NOVENA UNIVERSITY, OGUME, DELTA
STATE 120
43 RENAISSANCE UNIVERSITY, OJIAGU-
AGBANI, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 120
44 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY, AKAEZE,
EBONYI STATE 120
45 McPHERSON UNIVERSITY, SERIKI
SOTAYO, OGUN STATE 120
46 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, OKUN-
OWA, OGUN STATE 120
47 SAMUEL ADEGBOYEGA UNIVERSITY,
OGWA, EDO STATE 120
48 WELLSPRING UNIVERSITY, IRHIHI-
OGBANEKI, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE 120
49 WESTERN DELTA UNIVERSITY, OGHARA,
DELTA STATE 120
50 WESLEY UNIVERSITY, ONDO, ONDO
STATE 120
51 SUMMIT UNIVERITY, OFFA, KWARA
STATE 120
52 EDWIN CLARK UNIVERSITY, KIAGBODO,
DELTA STATE 120
53 HEZEKIAH UNIVERSITY, UMUDI, IMO
STATE 120
54 KINGS UNIVERSITY, ODE-OMU, OSUN
STATE 120
55 ARTHUR JARVIS UNIVERSITY,
AKPABUYO, CROSS RIVER STATE. 120
56 CROWN HILL UNIVERSITY, EIYENKORIN,
KWARA STATE. 120
57 CLIFFORD UNIVERSITY, OWERRINTTA,
ABIA STATE. 120
58 COAL CITY UNIVERSITY, ENUGU, ENUGU
STATE. 120
59 IPERE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
AGYARAGU, NASARAWA STATE 120
60 CORONA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
LEKKI, LAGOS STATE 120
61 TANSIAN UNIVERSITY, OBA, ANAMBRA
STATE 110
62 JIGAWA STATE COLLEGE OF ISLAMIC
AND LEGAL STUDIES, RINGIM, JIGAWA
STATE 100
63 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA-
ALA, BENUE STATE 100
64 GBOKO COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
GBOKO, BENUE STATE 100
65 HILL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
GWANJI, AKWANGA, NASARAWA STATE
100
66 INSTITUTE OF ECUMENICAL
EDUCATION, THINKER CORNER, ENUGU,
ENUGU STATE 100
67 ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION (PROJECT TIME), YABA, LAGOS
STATE 100
68 PAN AFRICAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
OFFA, KWARA STATE 100
69 FESTMED COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
AJOWA,ONDO STATE 120
70 SUNNAH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 140
71 BIGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ARKILLA, FEDERAL-LOW COST,
NASARAWA, SOKOTO STATE 120
72 DIAMOND COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ABA, ABIA STATE 120
73 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC,
BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 120
74 COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND
REMEDIAL STUDIES, KANO STATE 100
75 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), BICHI, BAUCHI STATE 140
76 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), GOMBE, GOMBE STATE 100
77 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.) (FEMALE ONLY), GUSAU,
ZAMFARA STATE 120
78 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), OMOKU, RIVERS STATE 100
79 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), POTISKUM, YOBE STATE 140
80 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), UMUNZE, ANAMBRA STATE 120
81 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AGBOR,
DELTA STATE 180
82 CROSS RIVER STATE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, AKAMKPA, CROSS RIVER
STATE 100
83 AKWA-IBOM STATE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, AFAHA-NSIT, AKWA IBOM
STATE 130
84 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKWANGA,
NASARAWA STATE 150
85 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ANKPA, KOGI
STATE 100
86 ADAMU AUGIE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, ARGUNGU, KEBBI STATE 100
87 AMINU SALEH COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, AZARE, BAUCHI STATE 100
88 EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, OYO, OYO STATE 100
89 ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.) ENUGU ABAKALIKI RD. ENUGU
STATE. 100
90 UMAR SULEIMAN COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, GASHUA, GOMBE STATE 120
91 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GIDAN-
WAYA, KAFANCHAN, KADUNA STATE 120
92 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GINDIRI,
PLATEAU STATE 120
93 JIGAWA STATE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, GUMEL, JIGAWA STATE 130
94 TAI SOLARIN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
IJEBU-ODE, OGUN STATE 100
95 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE, EKITI
STATE 100
96 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILESHA,
OSUN STATE 100
97 NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, NSUGBE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF
NIGERIA, NSUKKA) 180
98 OSUN STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ILESA, OSUN STATE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF
IBADAN) 100
99 THE SAMUEL BILL THEOLOGICAL
COLLEGE, ABAK, AKWA IBOM STATE.
(AFFL TO UNIV OF UYO) 100
100 ST. AUGUSTINE’S COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, AKOKA, LAGOS (AFFL TO
UNIV OF IBADAN) 120
101 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
OBUDU(AFFL TO UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR)
130
102 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.)UMUNZE( AFFL TO NNAMDI
AZIKIWE UNIV, AWKA) 180
103 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.) OMOKU(AFFL TO UNIV OF
NIGERIA, NSUKKA) 130
104 UMAR SULEIMAN COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, GASHUA(AFFL TO UNIMAID,
MAIDUGURI) 150
105 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI
(AFFLIATED TO DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,
ABRAKA, DELTA) 180
106 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUC.
(SPECIAL), OYO, OYO STATE 120
107 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA-
ALA, BENUE STATE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF
CALABAR) 120
108 KASHIM IBRAHIM COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, MAIDUGURI , BORNO STATE.
(AFFL TO UNIMAID) 120
109 SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, SOKOTO (AFFL TO UDU,
SOKOTO) 120
110 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC,
BAUCHI STATE. (AFFILIATED TO ATBU
BAUCHI) 180
111 ST. ALBERT THE GREAT MAJOR
SEMINARY, ABEOKUTA. (AFFL. TO
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN) 200
112 NIGERIAN AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE
130
113 AUCHI POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI, EDO
STATE 150
114 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ADO-EKITI,
EKITI STATE 160
115 AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL
POLYTECHNIC, UNWANA, AFIKPO, EBONYI
STATE 100
116 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI,
BAUCHI STATE 150
117 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BALI,
TARABA STATE 100
118 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EDE, OSUN
STATE 150
119 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EKOWE,
BAYELSA STATE 100
120 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, IDAH, KOGI
STATE 140
121 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC,ILARO, OGUN
STATE 150
122 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, KAURA/
NAMODA, ZAMFARA STATE 150
123 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NASSARAWA,
NASARAWA STATE 150
124 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, IMO
STATE 180
125 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OFFA,
KWARA STATE 150
126 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO,
ANAMBRA STATE 120
127 KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA,
KADUNA STATE 150
128 HUSSAINI ADAMU FEDERAL
POLYTECHNIC, KAZAURE, JIGAWA STATE
100
129 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UKANA,
AKWA IBOM STATE 150
130 ABIA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ABA, ABIA
STATE 130
131 ABDUL-GUSAU POLYTECHNIC,
TALATA-MAFARA, ZAMFARA STATE 150
132 AKWA-IBOM STATE POLYTECHNIC,
IKOT-OSURUA, AKWA IBOM STATE 150
133 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC,
BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 120
134 COLLEGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND
BUSINESS STUDIES, POTISKUM, YOBE
STATE 150
135 D.S. ADEGBENRO ICT POLYTECHNIC,
ITORI, OGUN STATE 100
136 OGUN STATE INSTITUTE OF TECH
(FORMERLY GATEWAY ICT POLY), IGBESA,
OGUN STATE 100
137 THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN, OYO
STATE 150
138 JIGAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC, DUTSE,
JIGAWA STATE 100
139 KANO STATE POLYTECHNIC, KANO,
KANO STATE 120
140 HASSAN USMAN KATSINA
POLYTECHNIC, KATSINA, KATSINA STATE
120
141 KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC, LOKOJA,
KOGI STATE 100
142 KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ILORIN,
KWARA STATE 150
143 LAGOS STATE POLY, IKORODU, LAGOS
STATE 150
144 NASARAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC,
LAFIA, NASARAWA STATE 150
145 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC,
OGWASHI-UKU, DELTA STATE 150
146 OSUN STATE POLYTECHNIC, IREE,
OSUN STATE 110
147 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OTEFE,
DELTA STATE 150
148 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OZORO,
DELTA STATE 150
149 UMARU ALI SHINKAFI POLYTECHNIC,
SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 140
150 ADAMAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC,
YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE 120
151 RAMAT POLYTECHNIC, MAIDUGURI,
BORNO STATE 150
152 PORT HARCOURT POLYTECHNIC,
RUMUOLA, PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS
STATE 150
153 RIVERS STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH
SCIENCE, IKWERRE RD, RUMUEME, PORT
HARCOURT 120
154 KENULE BENSON SARO-WIWA
POLYTECHNIC, BORI, RIVERS STATE 100
155 RUFUS GIWA POLYTECHNIC, OWO,
ONDO STATE 150
156 NIGER STATE POLYTECHNIC,
ZUNGERU, NIGER STATE 150
157 GBOKO POLYTECHNICS, GBOKO,
BENUE STATE 130
158 ALLOVER CENTRAL POLYTECHNIC,
LYNSON CHEMICAL AVENUE , OTA OGUN
STATE 130
159 DORBEN POLYTECHNIC, BWARI-
GARAM ROAD, FCT-ABUJA 100
160 FIDEI POLYTECHNIC, GBOKO, BENUE
STATE 150
161 GRACE POLYTECHNIC, LAGOS, LAGOS
STATE 100
162 HERITAGE POLYTECHNIC, IKOT
UDOTA, AKWA IBOM STATE 100
163 IGBAJO POLYTECHNIC, IGBAJO, OSUN
STATE 100
164 LIGHT HOUSE POLYTECHNIC,
EUBUOBANOSA, EDO STATE 100
165 NOGAK POLYTECHNIC, MILE 2 ROAD,
IKOM, CROSS RIVER STATE 100
166 THE POLYTECHNIC, IMESI-ILE, OSUN
STATE 100
167 RONIK POLYTECHNIC, IKEJA, LAGOS
STATE 150
168 WOLEX POLYTECHNIC, IKEJA, LAGOS
STATE 140
169 KALAC CHRISTAL POLYTECHNIC, 1A
SIKIRU ADEWALE STR, SANGOTEDO,
LEKKI, LAGOS STATE 120
170 THE IBARAPA POLYTECHNIC, ERUWA,
OYO STATE 100
171 UYO CITY POLYTECHNIC, UYO, AKWA-
IBOM STATE 150
172 THE POLYTECHNIC IGBO-OWU, OFF
ASA DAM, OSERE ROAD JUNCTION, ILORIN,
KWARA STATE 100
173 BOLMOR POLYTECHNIC, 33 OLD IFE
ROAD, PMB 32, AGODI IBADAN, OYO
STATE 100
174 IBADAN CITY POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN,
OYO STATE 100
175 ST MARY POLYTECHNIC, KWAMBA,
SULEJA, NIGER STATE 120
176 PRIME POLYTECHNICS, JIDDA BASSA,
AJAOKUTA, KOGI STATE 100
177 GLOBAL POLYTECHNIC, OYEMEKUN
ROAD, AKURE, ONDO STATE 110
178 SURE FOUNDATION POLYTECHNIC,
IKOT AKAI, AKWA IBOM STATE 120
179 TRINITY POLYTECHNIC, UYO, AKWA
IBOM STATE 100
180 LENS POLYTECHNIC, OFFA, KWARA
STATE. 100
181 BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO, KANO
STATE 180
182 UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY,
EDO STATE 200
183 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GASHUA, YOBE
STATE 140
184 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GUSAU,
ZAMFARA STATE 150
185 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, BIRNIN-KEBBI,
KEBBI STATE 160
186 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, LOKOJA, KOGI
STATE 180
187 BEST SOLUTION POLYTECHNIC, AKURE,
ONDO STATE. 100
188 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, WUKARI,
TARABA STATE 180
189 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCE TECH, HOTORO GRA EXT, KANO,
KANO STATE 100
190 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF ORTHOPEDIC
TECHNOLOGY, IGBOBI, LAGOS STATE 150
191 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, DUTSE, JIGAWA
STATE 160
192 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, NDUFU-ALIKE,
EBONYI STATE 180
193 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE,
ISHIAGU, EBONYI STATE 100
194 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, OYE-EKITI,
EKITI STATE 150
195 UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN, OYO
STATE 200
196 UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN,
KWARA STATE 180
197 FEDERAL COOPERATIVE COLLEGE,
IBADAN P.M.B. 5033, ELEYELE, IBADAN,
OYO STATE 100
198 UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS STATE
200
199 FEDERAL COOPERATIVE COLLEGE,
KADUNA ABUJA RD JUNCTION, KADUNA,
KADUNA STATE 130
200 UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, BORNO
STATE 180
201 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FRESHWATER
FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY, BAGA, BORNO
STATE 100
202 OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-
IFE, OSUN STATE 200
203 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY,
MECHANISATION, AFAKA, KADUNA,
KADUNA STATE 130
204 UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT,
RIVERS STATE 180
205 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY
TECHNOLOGY, IBADAN, OYO STATE 120
206 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY, JOS,
PLATEAU STATE 145
207 USMANU DANFODIO UNIVERSITY,
SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 180
208 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FISHERIES AND
MARINE TECHNOLOGY, VICTORIA ISLAND
LAGOS STATE 140
209 NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA,
ANAMBRA STATE 180
210 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF LAND
RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI, IMO
STATE 150
211 UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA,
ENUGU STATE 200
212 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF
HORTICULTURE, DADIN KOWA, GOMBE
STATE 120
213 UNIVERSITY OF UYO, AKWA IBOM
STATE 180
214 FEDERAL SCHOOL OF SURVEYING,
OYO, OYO STATE 170
215 MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF
AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE, ABIA STATE 180
216 ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA
UNIVERSITY, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 180
217 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI, IMO STATE 180
218 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY, MINNA, NIGER STATE 180
219 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY, UROMI, EDO
STATE 150
220 MODIBO ADAMA UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY, YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE
180
221 PETROLEUM TRAINING INSTITUTE,
EFFURUN, DELTA STATE 100
222 BINYAMINU USMAN POLYTECHNIC,
HADIJIA, JIGAWA STATE 130
223 AKPERAN ORSHI COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURE, YANDEV, BENUE STATE 100
224 ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, MUBI,
ADAMAWA STATE 170
225 AKWA IBOM STATE UNIVERSITY, IKOT-
AKPADEN, AKWA IBOM STATE 180
226 BAUCHI STATE UNIVERSITY, GADAU,
BAUCHI STATE 140
227 CROSS RIVERS UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY, CALABAR, CROSS RIVERS
STATE 150
228 EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI,
EKITI STATE 180
229 ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE
180
230 IGNATIUS AJURU UNIVERSITY OF
EDUCATION, PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS
STATE 130
231 SULE LAMIDO UNIVERSITY, KAFIN
HAUSA, JIGAWA STATE 170
232 KEBBI STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY, ALIRO, KEBBI STATE
150
233 KANO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY, WUDIL, KANO STATE 160
234 LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, OJO, LAGOS
STATE 190
235 LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY, OGBOMOSO, OYO STATE 180
236 ONDO STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY, OKITIPUPA, ONDO
STATE 180
237 SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO,
SOKOTO STATE 160
238 TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF
EDUCATION, IJAGUN, OGUN STATE 170
239 OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY, OSOGBO,
OSUN STATE 180
240 YOBE STATE UNIVERSITY, DAMATURU,
YOBE STATE 150
241 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, JALINGO,
TARABA STATE 160
242 NIGER STATE COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURE, MOKWA, NIGER STATE 150
243 COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY,
CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE 150
244 JIGAWA STATE INSTITUTE OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, KAZAURE,
JIGAWA STATE 100
245 MOHAMMED LAWAN COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURE, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE
120
246 OYO STATE COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURE, IGBOORA, OYO STATE 150
247 YOBE STATE COLLEGE OF
AGRICULTURE, GUJBA, YOBE STATE 120
248 ANAMBRA STATE COLLEGE OF
HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, OBOSI, ANAMBRA
STATE 100
249 LAGOS STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH
TECHNOLOGY, YABA, LAGOS STATE 150
250 POGIL COLLEGE OF HEALTH
TECHNOLOGY, OKE-ERI, IJEBU-ODE, OGUN
STATE 150
251 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT, LUTH, IDIARABA, LAGOS STATE 100
252 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT, OAU TEACHING HOSPITAL, ILE-IFE,
OSUN STATE 150
253 KOGI STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECHNICAL), KABBA, KOGI STATE 120
254 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (TECH),
LAFIAGI, KWARA STATE 150
255 KASHIM-IBRAHIM COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE
100
256 MICHAEL OTEDOLA COLLEGE OF
PRIMARY EDUCATION, MOFORIJI, LAGOS
STATE 100
257 NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, NSUGBE, ANAMBRA STATE
120
258 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OJU, BENUE
STATE 120
259 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ORO,
KWARA STATE 100
260 SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 100
261 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WAKA-BIU,
BORNO STATE 100
262 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI,
DELTA STATE 100
263 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZING,
TARABA STATE 100
264 FCT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZUBA,
ABUJA, FCT 150
265 BAUCHI INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION,
KANGERE, BAUCHI STATE 100
266 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, LANLATE,
OYO STATE 100
267 A.D. RUFAI COLLEGE OF EDU. FOR
LEGAL AND ISLAMIC STUDIES, MISAU,
BAUCHI STATE 120
268 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, BILLIRI,
GOMBE STATE 100
269 ARABIC AND ISLAMIC COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, POTISKUM, YOBE STATE 120
270 ANGEL CROWN COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, GIDAN-DAYA, FCT-ABUJA 120
271 ASSANUSIYAH COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, IPETUMODU, OSUN STATE 100
272 BEST LEGACY COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, OGBOMOSO, OYO STATE 100
273 CALVIN FOUNDATION COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, NAKA, BENUE STATE 160
274 CITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GARKI,
ABUJA, FCT 160
275 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ERO,
AKURE, ONDO STATE 100
276 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT, NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIV TEACHING
HOSPITAL, NNEWI 180
277 UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING
HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF HEALTH
INFORMATION MGT. 140
278 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT (UNIBEN TEACHING HOSPITAL),
BENIN, EDO STATE 140
279 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT (UNIMAID TEACHING HOSPITAL),
MAIDUGURI 130
280 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION
MGT (UCH, IBADAN, OYO STATE) 150
281 SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE
130
282 SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
TEACHING HOSP, BENIN 120
283 CLARA SCHOOL OF MEDIA AND
PERFORMING ARTS,SAW MILL
DRIVE,YENAGOA,BAYELSA STATE 110
284 IBOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
AND TECHNOLOGY, IKOT EKPENE, AKWA
IBOM STATE 120
285 ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ONDO, ONDO STATE 150
286 ALVAN IKOKU COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION, OWERRI, IMO STATE 100
287 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE 120
288 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
EHA-AMUFU, ENUGU STATE 120
289 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
KATSINA, KATSINA STATE 140
290 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
OBUDU, CROSS RIVER STATE 100
291 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(SPECIAL), OYO, OYO STATE 100
292 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECHN.), AKOKA, LAGOS STATE 100
293 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(TECH.), ASABA, DELTA STATE 100
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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Kogi state university asuu saga, Federal government set to intervene through minister of works and productivity

federal government through ministry of labour and productivity headed by former governor of Anambra state and current minister in the above mentioned ministry, doctor ngigi set to intervene in the ongoing fracas between kogi state government and Asuu kogi state chapter over proscription
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Students Association pleads with ASUU to resolve dispute with FG

Students Association pleads with ASUU to resolve dispute with FG - BellaNaija
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has pleaded with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to seek alternative avenues to resolve its dispute with the Federal Government.
News that ASUU intends to begin an indefinite strike has been circulating in the media.
Bestman Okereafor, the National Public Relations Officer of NANS, made the appeal in a statement issued in Enugu on Monday.
Okereafor said that the looming strike, if embarked on, would “definitely portend ill for the education sector’’ and the country in general.
He said that NANS agreed that issues being agitated for by ASUU were long-standing but declared that previous strikes had never really brought the desired results.
“We are trying to meet with education stakeholders as well as ASUU to put the agitating issues on the table to see which ones we can plead with ASUU to suspend for now and the ones we can engage the Federal Government on.
“As much as we are not in support of the strike, we are not telling ASUU out-rightly that it is wrong for them to go on strike. You don’t flog a man and tell him not to cry.
“We are also pleading with the Federal Government to be responsible enough to meet the demands that they have reached over time since 2009.
“Agreed, it is not this present government that reached that agreement, but the government is a continuum; so it is expected that government should have sat down with ASUU to review the agreement and agree on certain things.
“Not for us to start hearing that they want to go on strike again. It’s unfortunate.
“We are planning to engage them on Monday, Aug. 21. Let us sit down collectively and find a way out,’’ Okereafor said.
According to the PRO, our institutions are research centers. Why is it that the union hasn’t gone on research to find a permanent solution to all of these agitations?
“If ASUU cannot go on research to get the desired result on how to curb all of these issues, then we are in trouble in this country,” he added.
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Saturday, 5 August 2017

KOGI STATE STUDENTS BURSARY REGISTRATION STEP, FROM NAKOSS P. R. O


From office of NAKOSS National PRO.
Greatest Nigeria students. Solidarity greetings to all the vibrant comrades and all our dear students both home and in the diaspora .

We are happy to announce to our dear students that after our final meeting with scholarship board as regards students bursary and transparent methods of payment.

We now have confident that the online method of bursary payment is real and therefore we want to enjoin all our students to please go ahead with the online registration process that's the only way everybody can benefit from the new increament of bursary which we are very sure that the state government has declared a state of emergency for the payment of bursary. 

Please we should all try to rebroadcast this information so that everybody can benefit.. Thank you all. 

Register now @ www.kssb.kg.gov.ng

Aluta continua 
Victoria acerta 

Abdullahi Suleiman 
NAKOSS National PRO
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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Kogi State University Online Hostel Balloting Process Instruction


Ksu hostel Balloting process .: balloting Instruct

login your student via portal.ksu.edu.ng
click on accomoda

+To participate in this ballot process, candidate must have paid school fee for the session accordingly

+ You are required to Roll a "YES" to be qualified for an accomodation slot and payment must be made within one week from the day a slot is booked.

+ Each Candidate has a slot to roll the die Once every week incase a "NO" is rolled. Hostel accommodation also increase to 10.000 naira for those that pick yes...
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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Kogi state University ayingba Adjusted Academic calendar 2017/2017 Session

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Friday, 28 July 2017

Steps In Paying Your School Fee - Kogi State University Ayingba

Steps In Paying School Fees
  1. Visit the universitys website: www.ksu.edu.ng
  2. Click undergraduate portal
  3. Click student login
  4. Input matric no/jamb registration number and password
  5. Click pay school fee
  6. Click on the small circle to proceed
  7. Click pay – you would be redirected to (Remitta Platform)
  8. Click on: please select how you want to pay
  9. Choose your ATM card type Matercard or Visa
  10.  Provide card holder details  (Card holder name – card expiry date, Card number – card cvv)
      
  11. Click on submit/or reset where there is a mistake in inputting wrong card details
  12.  Wait a while
  13.  Click on generate token and wait for your token via sms
  14.  Enter secret code(token)
  15.  Click submit
  16.  Your account will be debited and you will be redirected to the university portal to print school fess receipt.



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Lectures Would Begin Fully In All Faculties On Monday - Kogi State University Registrar Assures Student In A Congress Meeting Held Today


Report of congress held on Friday 28th July, 2017.

The university management speaking through the Registrar thanked the students for their coordination and cooperation thus far, he also added that we communicate with our students to resume immediately as lectures has already started in various faculties.
For faculties that have not started lectures, he said lectures will begin fully in such faculties on Monday as over 300 lecturers have signed to begin work.
He also made it clear that hostel balloting shall hold on Thursday 3rd August, 2017.
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Be Ready to Face Sanction If You Resume Work – ASUU Warns Kogi Varsity Lecturers



The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) national executive committee has instructed its members in the Kogi State University, Ayingba to continue their strike until the proscription order is reversed by the Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.
This was contained in a resolution jointly signed by the convener, ASUU National Executive Committee, visitation committee, Professor Suleiman Mohammed, Acting chairperson, ASUU Kogi State university chapter, Dr D. O Aina and Assistant Secretary Dr M. A. Daikwo after the union held its congress outside the university campus in Anyigba.
The convener, NEC visitation committee, Mohammed advised the state government to address all outstanding issues, including payment of salaries to all categories of staff.
He said ASUU has resolved to sanction any member that violated the resolution of the congress by signing the register with the view to resume.
The resolution reads in parts,  “the congress of ASUU-KSU, Anyigba met on the 25th July, 2017, for the first time in the history of the University, outside the campus in the conference Hall of Harbour Bay Guest House, Anyigba, review the On-going strike action embarked upon by the members of the Union, the illegal proscription of ASUU-KSU, Anyigba by the Governor of Kogi State and to chart a way forward and resolved as follows:
“That the holding of the congress meeting outside the university campus was consequent on the refusal of the university administration to allow the union meet on the prescient of the university as part of the implementation of the purported proscription of the ASUU-KSU, by the Governor of Kogi State.
“That the proscription of the ASUU-KSU, Anyigba by the Governor of Kogi State is unconstitutional, null, void and of no consequence whatever.
“To continue the strike action until the alleged proscription order is reversed and all outstanding issues including payment of salaries to all categories of staff and EAA are settled.
“To sanction any member that violate the resolution of Congress by signing the register with the view to resume work.”
It would be recalled that Governor Bello last Wednesday announced the proscription of the Kogi State chapter of ASUU) with immediate effect.
He said the decision became necessary as all efforts to make members of the institution see reasons to call off their over six months old strike action had failed.
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Kogi State University: Advert For Massive Staff Recruitment (Details)



Kogi State University Anyigba, was established on 18 November, 1999 and currently, has a total student population of over 23,000 students spread across its seven (7) Faculties of Agriculture, Arts and Humanities, Education, Law, Management Sciences, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and a College of Health Sciences. Though a State University, Kogi State University accommodates a significant number of non indigenes, from all parts of Nigeria.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the position below:

Job Title: Assistant Lecturer
Location: Anyigba, Kogi
Department: Animal Production, Agricultural Economics, Crop Production, Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife, Food, Nutrition and Home Sciences, Soil & Environmental Management, Arabic & Islamic Studies, History & International Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Theatre Arts, Economics Edu., Geography, Social Studies, Business Education, Agricultural Education, English, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Biology, Chemistry Edu., Physics Edu., Mathematics, Library & Information Science, Human Kinetics & Health Education, English & Literary Studies, Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Biological Sciences, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Economics, Geography/Planning, Mass Communication, Political Science, Sociology, Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Chemical Pathology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Medical Microbiology, Pathology, Anaesthesia, Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics and Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT, Psychiatry, Radiology

Qualifications and Experience

The candidate shall possess a Master’s degree. Holders of first degree from programmes of 5 or more years duration shall be eligible for appointment, provided they show aptitude for teaching and research, who must have met other professional criteria.

 

Emoluments and Benefits
As applicable in Federal Universities in Nigeria.

Job Title: Lecturer II
Location: Anyigba, Kogi
College of Health: Clinical Sciences
Area of Specialization: Radiology, Psychiatry, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Paediatrics and Child Health, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Community Medicine, Anaesthesia, Pathology, Medical Microbiology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Chemical Pathology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Medical Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Sociology, Political Science, Mass Communication, Geography/Planning, Economics, Physics Edu., Chemistry Edu., English, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Biology, Geography, Social Studies, Agricultural Education, Business Education, Library & Information Science, Human Kinetics & Health Education, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Mathematics, Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, Biological Sciences

Qualifications and Experience

The candidate must possess at least a Master’s degree, with at least 3 years of teaching and research and be of good character. A fresh Ph.D holder may be considered for appointment.Part I Fellowship (National or West Africa), FRCS, MRCP.

 

Emoluments and Benefits
As applicable in Federal Universities in Nigeria.

Job Title: Lecturer I
Location: Anyigba, Kogi
Department: Animal Production, Agricultural Economics, Crop Production, Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife, Food, Nutrition and Home Sciences, Soil & Environmental Management, Arabic & Islamic Studies, English & Literary Studies, History & International Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Theatre Arts, Economics Edu., Geography, Social Studies, Agricultural Education, Library & Information Science, Human Kinetics & Health Education, English, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Biology, Chemistry Edu., Physics Edu, Mathematics, Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Microbiology, Physics, Biochemistry, Economics, Geography/Planning, Mass Communication, Political Science, Sociology, Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Chemical Pathology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Medical Microbiology, Pathology, Anaesthesia, Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics and Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT), Psychiatry, Radiology

Qualifications and Experience

A Ph.D. holder with a minimum of 3 years of teaching/research experience and considerable publications or a Master’s degree holder with at least 6 years of teaching or other relevant experience, who must demonstrate aptitude for teaching and research, and must be of good character.

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Emoluments and Benefits
As applicable in Federal Universities in Nigeria.

 

 

Job Title: Professor
Location: Anyigba, Kogi
College of Health: Clinical Sciences
Area of Specialization: Animal Production, Agricultural Economics, Crop Production, Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife, Food, Nutrition and Home Sciences, Soil & Environmental Management, Arabic & Islamic Studies, English & Literary Studies, History & International Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Theatre Arts, Economics Edu., Geography, Social Studies, Agricultural Education, Library & Information Science, Human Kinetics & Health Education, English, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Biology, Chemistry Edu., Physics Edu, Mathematics, Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Microbiology, Physics, Biochemistry, Economics, Geography/Planning, Mass Communication, Political Science, Sociology, Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Chemical Pathology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Medical Microbiology, Pathology, Anaesthesia, Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics and Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT), Psychiatry, Radiology
Qualifications and Experience

A Ph.D. holder with a minimum of ten years experience at University level and capacity with time to teach and develop undergraduate and postgraduate courses, play a major role in the academic leadership in the discipline.Postgraduate supervision at Ph.D. or equivalent level, and considerable background of research.He/she is also required to give an inaugural lecture in his area of discipline and carry out any other academic and administrative duties that may be assigned.

Emoluments and Benefits
As applicable in Federal Universities in Nigeria.

 

 

Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Location: Anyigba, Kogi
College of Health: Clinical Sciences
Area of Specialization: Animal Production, Agricultural Economics, Crop Production, Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife, Food, Nutrition and Home Sciences, Soil & Environmental Management, Arabic & Islamic Studies, English & Literary Studies, History & International Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Theatre Arts, Economics Edu., Geography, Social Studies, Agricultural Education, Library & Information Science, Human Kinetics & Health Education, English, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Biology, Chemistry Edu., Physics Edu, Mathematics, Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Microbiology, Physics, Biochemistry, Economics, Geography/Planning, Mass Communication, Political Science, Sociology, Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Chemical Pathology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Medical Microbiology, Pathology, Anaesthesia, Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics and Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics and Traumatology, Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT), Psychiatry, Radiology
Qualifications and Experience

A Ph.D. holder with a minimum of 6 years post qualification experience and considerable publications, must demonstrate strong evidence or potential for continued research activity and academic leadership.The candidate must show evidence of good performance in teaching and research, and must be of good character.

 

Emoluments and Benefits
As applicable in Federal Universities in Nigeria.

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should submit fifteen (15) typewritten copies of their applications, credentials and detailed Curriculum Vitae, giving the following information in the order listed below:

Full Name (Surname in block)Post Desired and DepartmentDate of BirthPlace of Birth, State of Origin and Local Government AreaNationalityPermanent Home Address (Not P.O.Box or P.M.B Current Postal AddressGSM NumberMarital StatusNumber of Children with Names and AgesInstitutions Attended (with dates)Academic Qualifications (with dates)Professional Qualifications (with dates) where applicableList of Publications with details of Titles, Publishers, or Journals, dates and pages (where applicable)Work experience (General and Specific Experience with dates)Details of Administrative Experience and Service to the Community (with status and dates)Present Employment, Status, SalaryEmployer(s) Address(es), Postal, E-mail and Contact GSM Number(s)Extra Curricular ActivitiesNames and Addresses of three (3) Referees, two (2) of whom must be professionals or authorities in the relevant fields. The referees must be requested by the applicant to forward directly to the Registrar, confidential reports on the applicant indicating the post desired.

Each applicant should indicate at the top left corner of the package, the position applied for. The application should be addressed and sent to:

The Registrar,
Kogi State
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