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Breaking News! JAMB Result Validity Period Exceeds One Year



JAMB validity window period from today goes beyond that year that students obtain their results as Nigerian senate today passes amendment act to back the bill.
The Nigerian Senate just passed the amendment to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board’s Act #JAMBBill SB. 245 into law. In the amendment passed, the Senate strengthened the Board to allow the results of students in the annual examination be valid beyond that year.
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Tertiary Education and TETFund, Senator Jibrin Barau while presenting the report of his committee on the #JAMBBill explained that the amendments will further strengthen the Admissions Board in its responsibilities
Senate President Bukola Saraki, in appreciating his distinguished colleagues for their work towards the passage of the bill commented that the new amendments will indeed bring financial relief to students as well as parents and reduce bottlenecks and corruption in the admission process

Source: NTA News

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Problem With UNIZIK 2016 Post UTME: A Lot Of Incomplete Registration

This message just got to us and it's a matter of urgency. It seems the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Unizik, had some issues with registered candidates for her 2016 Post UTME exercise.

If you have a friend or relation who applied for unizik screening between 13th to 21st September 2016, the person should urgently go back online to the portal and check his or her name on the list of people with incomplete registration. The application is ending tomorrow! So handle this as a matter of urgency. There are over 1500 names on that list, and after tomorrow they are not eligible for admission consideration.

To check if your name is on the list, follow this link http://nauportal.com:8080/unizikscreening/login?operation=loadincompleteapplication

Before you say the news is not true, first check the university portal and make sure that your name is not on the list of those with incomplete registration. It is better to be sure than sorry.

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2016/2017 Academic Year: Is Nigerian Institutions Not Admitting This Year?


Cheta Ikemsinachi Onuecheta wrote:
Today is September 5th, yet no higher institution in Nigeria has a clear road map on how to admit new students. Maybe the private ones will smile bigger this year but on the other hand, who even have about N500,000 and above to enroll his or her child into a private University. I know some parents who have concluded plans to withdraw their children this October (nke i gulu ezugo, ego adiro zi)  cos they can't even feed at home like before not to mention paying above 1000 dollars as tuition fees. So you see, even the private universities will cry more.

Now the Ministry of Education headed by our Malam Minister and deputized by a professor who I believe is no different from the professor deputy president, always there like a dummy just to fill up space for the ethnic group he came from without doing anything, a disgrace to professorial cader in our society. I don't blame the rusticated student of Unilag who professed that he is doubting their PhD's and the institution that gave it to them. The malam is busy spitting fire unto the intellectual capacity of people he should be learning from. Who even makes a diploma student a SUG president in a school that is degree awarding? I can't even imagine that, but buhari did.

By this time last year and years past, New students were already admitted and are already doing their registrations in the respective administration offices in their universities. Now a year later, No University has admitted any student and are not sure of doing that soon. Why?
Majorly because the Buhari led Federal government wants to control everything from the center including the Senate of all the Universities in Nigeria.  Can you IMAGINE!!
One failed policy upon another coupled with threats of sack or prob to those who talk or oppose them.

Where are the ASUU that made me spend 5 years in university instead of the stipulated 4 years cos of their strike for "salary increment, age of retirement and condition of work"
Hypocrites.
Where are the NANS, NYCN, and a host of other student and youth bodies... Those ones? I laugh in Chibok.. They have been sleeping since Nigeria discovered oil.
Hypocrites.

Where are those Vice chancellor's that expel, suspend and sometimes fine the entire students merely for agitating about their welfare and conducive environment to study. They wield the big stick while pharisaically showing themselves as "No nonsense taking Profs and vice chancellors ". Now a bigger nonsense is at your door step and you can't talk or expel the bad policy of the Federal government? .
Don't our people say that "oti okpo na-eti okpo, ya buru uzo tie akpa aja, otichaa akpa aja, o were chobazie onye o ga etigbu." literal transposed to " a boxer that want wants to box, should first of all, box the a bag of sand. Then after that he can look for who to box"
Hypocrites.

Please my dear lovelies yet to enter the University, enroll into vocational institutes, enroll to learn a hand work, maybe automobile repairs, electronic appliance repairs, hair plaiting, hair barbing, tailoring and designing. Etc. So that whenever this madness leaves our society, you will go back to study without loosing anything but having gained more.

Think outside the box! If your parents can afford Ghana university, then let's help you gain admission there at a very cheaper rate. Don’t waste your years at home, wasted years can't be recovered.


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Ghana University Admissions For 2016/2017 Is Ongoing


Most times we get calls from our readers asking about Ghana university admissions, how they can apply and other information concerning the admission process.

We are pleased to introduce you to our partner company, Admission Pro. The company serves as an agent to most Ghana universities. The company will buy the admission form for you from the Ghana university of your choice and process it for you. The only thing you will do is pay for the form and agent fee and then leave the whole work for the company.

There are no hidden charges, you just pay and relax, and wait for your admission letter which the company will get for you from the school you applied for. Admission is 100% guaranteed, so there is nothing like what if it didn't work. Note that you need a good WAEC result to apply, a minimum of 5 credits, awaiting results can apply, but you will still need to provide your WAEC result before you can graduate from the school.

If you're in Enugu or its environs, then you can contact them for more information or to meet up in person. Contact number is 09055824155 (calls only) or 07030453760 (whatsapp and calls).

Do not waste your years in Nigeria writing series of JAMB, think outside the box!



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2016 May/June Waec Result: How To Check


The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, on Friday 5th August 2016, announced the release of the 2016 May/June Results and the percentage of pass and failure was also announced and can be seen in this post 2016 May/June Waec Result Is Out.

Here is how to check:
First, you need to have a waec result checking scrach card from the country you took your waec. Example a Ghana waec result checking scratch card won't work for someone who wrote his/her waec in Nigeria.
With that said, log on to waec result checking portal at www.waecdirect.org. When the site opens, follow the steps below:

1. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number.  (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)
2. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg. 2002
3Select the Type of Examination
4. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
5. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card
6. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up


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2016 May/June WAEC Result Is Out


The West African Examinations (WAEC), has Friday in Lagos released its 2016 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), withholding the results of 137,295, representing 8.89% candidates. 

Just as a total of eight hundred and seventy eight thousand and forty (878,040) candidates, representing 52.97%, obtained credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.” It will be recall that in 2014 and 2015 the percentage of candidates that obtained five (5) credits and above including English Language and Mathematics in the WASSCE were 31.28% and 38.68% respectively. The Head of 

Nigeria National Office, Nigeria, Mr Olu Adenipekun while briefing journalists explained that the withheld results are in connection with various cases of examination malpractice, adding, “the cases are being investigated and reports of the investigations will be presented to the appropriate committee of the Council in due course for consideration.” According to him, a total number of 1,552,758 Candidates sat for the May/June examination. 

Of the 1,544,234 who sat the exams, he said: ” A total of 1,014,573 candidates, representing 65.70% obtained six (6) credits and above; one million one hundred sixty seven thousand four hundred and eighty four (1,167,484) candidates, representing 75.60% obtained five (5) credits and above, while one million two hundred and eighty two thousand two hundred and four (1,282,204) candidates, representing 83.03% obtained credit and above in four (4) subjects.” 

He added that one million three hundred and seventy thousand forty nine (1,370,049) candidates, representing 88.72% obtained credit and above in three (3) subjects, while one million four hundred and thirty eight thousand six hundred and seventy nine (1,438,679) candidates, representing 93.16% obtained credit and above in two (2) subjects.

Source: Vanguard Nigeria


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Buhari On Education Reform: Sacks 17 Chief Executives Including Jamb Head


We are pleased to inform you our esteemed readers that this changed promised us by the APC government has reached the educational sector. 

17 Chief Executives of Parastatals and Agencies under the Federal Ministry of Education have been sacked by President Buhari. Consequently, he has approved the appointment of replacements just as he retained four Chief Executives.

A statement by the Federal Ministry of education said the appointments are with effect from yesterday, Monday, august 01, 2016.
The 17 agencies affected and the new Chief Executives are:
National Universities Commission (NUC) – Prof Abubakar adamu Rasheed

Nigerian Institute for education Planning and Administration – Pro, Mrs. Lilian Salami

Universal Basic Education – Dr. Hameed Bobboyi

National library of Nigeria – Prof Lanre Aina

National Examinations Council – Prof Charles Uwakwe

National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-Formal education – Prof Abba Aladu

Nomadic education Commission – Prof Bashir Usman

National Business and technical Examinations Board – Prof Isioma Isiugo-Abanihe

Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria – Prof Sunday Josiah Ajiboye

Computer Registration Council of Nigeria – Afolabi aderinto

National Commission for Colleges of Education – Prof Bappah Aliyu

Tertiary Education Trust Fund – Dr. Abdullahi Bichi Baffa

National Teachers Institute – Prof Garba Dahuwa Azare

Libarian Registration Council of Nigeria – Prof Michael Afolabi

National Mathematical Centre – Prof Steven Ejugwu Onah

Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB – Prof Ishaq Oloyede

National Institute of Nigerian Languages – Prof Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche

Those retained are:
Nigeria Educational Research & Development Council – Prof Samaila Junaidu

Nigerian French Language C\Village – Prof Rauuf Adebisi

National board for technical education – Dr. Mas’ud Kazaure

National Arabic language Village – Prof Muhammad Mu’az

Let's hope this change will reform our educational system. 


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2016 Admissions: Jamb Withdraws Admission Lists Sent To Schools


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has withdrawn the 2016 admission list it forwarded to different Nigerian Universities. This was disclosed in a statement by the board's spokesperson, Fabian Benjamin released yesterday July 31st. Part of the statement reads...

“This is to ensure that the University Senate perform its statutory responsibility of conducting the selection of candidates and refer it to JAMB for confirmation in line with the admission criteria of merit, catchment and educationally disadvantaged states as directed by the Hon Minister of Education at the policy committee meeting.

The earlier list was sent to help fast track the process of admission so as to allow other tiers of institutions also conduct their admission. Candidates should not panic because this is part of the process of the 2016 admission exercise.

JAMB regrets any inconvenience this decision would have caused the tertiary institutions. The board regrets any inconvenience it’s proactive step would have caused the tertiary institutions.”



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UNN 2016 Post UTME Registration Closing Date


We are pleased to inform our esteemed readers of the closing date for the 2016 post utme registration of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).

The school

Jamb 2016 Admission Checking Portal

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board recently enabled a portal for checking the institution you have been posted for 2016 admission.

How To Check:

1. Open the portal by

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