Thursday, 1 February 2018

Student:  Auchi Poly SPAT Admission Tally For (ND) Is Out - 2017/2018

Student: Auchi Poly SPAT Admission Tally For (ND) Is Out - 2017/2018


This is to inform all the candidates who applied for admission into the National Diploma (ND) of the Federal Polytechnic, Auchi School of Evening Studies (SES) that the 1st batch list of admitted candidates have been released for the 2017/2018 academic session.
Candidates can proceed to check their admission status online.
How to Check Auchi Polytechnic 2017/2018 SPAT Admission List Online.

    1. Candidates are to visit: http://auchipolyspats.com/admissionlistcriterialisting.php

    1. Select your programme of study i.e. ND.

    1. Select your Department.

    1. Select your Course of Study.

  1. Click on ‘Check Admission List’ to check if youi are among those offered admission

Oyo State Students Raises Alarm Over Continuous Closure Of Tertiary Institutions

Oyo State Students Raises Alarm Over Continuous Closure Of Tertiary Institutions




Thousands of students of Oyo origin under the auspices of the National Association of Oyo Students (NAOS) have cried out over the continued closure of the six tertiary institutions owned by Oyo state government.
The workers in the six institutions,  recalled, had been on strike since Friday, 3rd November 2017 due to the failure of the state government to pay their salaries running to sixteen months. The six concerned institutions are, The Polytechnic, Ibadan; Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo; Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology; The Ibarapa Polytechnic, Eruwa; The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki and College of Education, Lanlate. Six Oyo tertiary institutions begin indefinite strike.
But worried by this development , the umbrella body of students in tertiary institutions who hailed from the ancient city of Oyo while reacting to the sad development urged the state government to address the issue surrounding the closure of the institutions to save the future of students in those citadels of learning.
NAOS National President, Comrade Saheed Alabi Agboluaje in a save our soul press release, a copy of which was obtained by DAILY POST on Wednesday declared that there was a need for the state government to address the issue urgently as the future of their colleagues in the affected schools are at stake.
He lamented that a major reason responsible for the strike in the institutions is the fact that the state government was giving 25% subvention and this translates to quarter salary to staff without any other form of motivation for them.
Agboluaje, however, charged the state government to do the needful at the right time, saying that the generality of the students can no longer afford to be at home.
Strike:  Federal University of Technology Non-Academic Staff Union Begin Strike

Strike: Federal University of Technology Non-Academic Staff Union Begin Strike



FUTO 2017/2018 ACCEPTANCE FEE PAYMENT DETAILS
The Non-Academic Staff and other official activities of Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO)  were yesterday grounded by protesting members of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU).
The aggrieved workers, under the auspices of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising of Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU), the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the National Association of Academic Scientists (NAATS), said they were following the directive of the national body.
Strike:  Federal University of Technology Non-Academic Staff Union Begin Strike
Chairman of JAC Comrade Ibeji Nwokeoma said: “The Federal Government gave N23 billion for the payment of earned allowance to all workers of Federal Universities, unfortunately, the money was hijacked by our sister union and they shared it as their spirit moved them, giving over N18 billion to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) alone, leaving a little above N4 billion for three independent staff unions. ASUU hijacked the money at the national level in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education.
“We felt it was wrong and we asked the Federal Government what the sharing formula was, why they could give one union over N18 billion out of the N23 billion. We also want to know the yardstick for the sharing, whether population or the nature of work they do in the university, but till now, the Federal Government has answered us.
“So we are demanding that if what they gave is academic earned allowance as they called it, the government should give us our own fair share of the largesse. They should also give the Non-Academic Staff their own earned allowance because we all work in the university.
“We have been peaceful all these while about the strike but the government has been recalcitrant and that is why we adopted the measure to draw the public’s attention to prevail on the Federal Government to address the issue so that our students will not suffer”.
SSANU Chairman, Comrade Franklin Matheus, said: “We want to inform the public through this action that we signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Federal Government on issues including shortfall in workers’ salaries, earned allowances and Staff School emoluments, but none has been implemented. We agreed that these earned allowances will be paid before the end of last year, but what the government did was to give ASUU N23 billion and a paltry N4 billion to all the non-academic staff unions. So if the Federal Government can pay N23 billion to ASSU as earned academic allowance, we are demanding N66 billion as our earned allowances.
“We want the government to obey the judgment of the Industrial Court. We can only end this strike if the government addresses the skewed allowance and pay us N66 billion which is the earned allowance for non-academic staffs.”
Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo (ACEONDO) 3rd Batch NCE Admission Tally Is Out For 2017/2018

Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo (ACEONDO) 3rd Batch NCE Admission Tally Is Out For 2017/2018



The  Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo State (ACEONDO) has released the 3rd Batch of NCE Admission List for 2017/2018 Academic Session.
Candidates who applied for NCE admission in the school are advised to proceed to check if they have been offered admisison on the school portal.
The list of admitted candidates have been made available on the school’s official website.
How To Check Your Admission Status
To view the list of admitted candidates, simply click on this link: ACEONDO 3rd NCE Admission List 2017/2018 Announced
Admission List For Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) For 2017/2018 Is Now Released - Check

Admission List For Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) For 2017/2018 Is Now Released - Check

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This is to inform candidates who applied for admission into Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) for 2017/2018 Academic Session that they can now check their admission status on online via the school’s website.
    1. Candidates are to visit; http://portal.lautech.edu.ng/fresher/status/
    1. Enter your UTME Number in the space provided,
  1. Click on load to view your admission status.
Please note that successful candidates who have been offered admission during the the 2017/2018 admission exercise and the general public that admission letters of successful candidates have been released.
The candidates are advised to visit www.portal.lautech.edu.ng/fresher to create their profiles and print their admission letters.
Candidates who are admitted into programmes other than the ones they applied for are to pay Change of Course fee of #5,000.00 only, for them to be able to print their admission letters.
Payments are to be made through interswitch on www.portal.lautech.edu.ng/fresher after creation of the student profile.
With best wishes
Signed
J.A.Agboola
Registrar

Sunday, 21 January 2018

JAMB 2018 - Syllabus for Islamic Religious Studies Released

JAMB 2018 - Syllabus for Islamic Religious Studies Released

JAMB IRK SYLLABUS FOR 2018 UTME


The aim of this 2018 JAMB Islamic Religious Studies (IRK) Syllabus for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:
  1. Master the Qur’an and Sunnah as foundations of Islamic and social life;
  2. Be familiar with Islamic heritage, culture and civilization;
  3. Be acquainted with the tradition of Islamic scholarship and intellectual discourse;
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of Islamic moral, spiritual, political and social values;
  5. Be prepared to face the challenges of life as good practicing Muslims.
  6. RANKTOPIC% NUMBER OF QUESTION
    1THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : HADITH17.2
    2THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : STUDY OF THE SELECTED ARABIC TEXT OF SUWAR/AYATS WITH TAJWID11.2
    3THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : MORAL LESSONS IN THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN AND HADITH10.4
    4TAWHID AND FIQH : FAMILY MATTERS9.2
    5TAWHID AND FIQH : IBADAT AND THEIR TYPES8
    6THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : REVELATION OF THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN4.4
    7TAWHID AND FIQH : SOURCES AND SCHOOL OF LAW4.4
    8TAWHID AND FIQH : ISLAMIC ECONOMIC SYSTEM3.6
    9THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : PRESERVATION OF THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN3.6
    10THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : TAFSIR3.2
    11TAWHID AND FIQH : FAITH3.2
    12TAWHID AND FIQH : ISLAMIC POLITICAL SYSTEM2.8
    13THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : IMPORTANCE OF THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN2.8
    14THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : INTRODUCTION TO TAJWID (THEORY AND PRACTICE)2.4
    15ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : THE LIFE OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SAW)2
    16ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : PRE-ISLAMIC ARABIA (JAHILIYYAH)2
    17ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : THE IMPACT OF ISLAM IN WEST AFRICA2
    18TAWHID AND FIQH : SHIRK1.6
    19THE QUR’AN AND HADITH : PROOF OF THE DIVINE AUTHENTICITY OF THE GLORIOUS QUR’AN1.6
    20TAWHID AND FIQH : ARTICLE OF FAITH1.2
    21ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : THE RIGHT GUIDED CALIPHS1.2
    22ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : EARLY CONTACT OF ISLAM WITH AFRICA0.8
    23ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION : CONTRIBUTIONS OF ISLAM TO EDUCATION0.8
    24TAWHID AND FIQH : GENERAL PRACTICES WHICH ARE INCOMPATIBLE WITH ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES OF TAWHID0.4
Sandwich Degree Programmes Form For Taraba State University (TASU) Is On Sale - 2018 - Get Yours.

Sandwich Degree Programmes Form For Taraba State University (TASU) Is On Sale - 2018 - Get Yours.

Application are welcomed from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Taraba State University (TASU) Sandwich Degree Programme for 2017/2018 academic session.
TASU 2018 SANDWICH DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Sandwich Degree Programs (2018 CONTACT)B. Ed Educational Admin and Planning
B. Tech. Ed Technology Education
B.A. Ed Christian Religious Studies
B.A. Ed English Language
B.A. Ed Hausa
B.A. Ed Islamic Studies
B.A. Ed Social Studies
B.LIS. Library and Information Science
B.Sc. Ed Agriculture
B.Sc. Ed Biology
B.Sc. Ed Business Education
B.Sc. Ed Computer Science
B.Sc. Ed Economics
B.Sc. Ed Geography
B.Sc. Ed Guidance and Counselling
B.Sc. Ed Health Education
B.Sc. Ed Integrated Science
B.Sc. Ed Mathematics
B.Sc. Ed Political Science

A. Entry Qualifications: for 200 Level:i. Candidate must have N.C.E. with an overall merit pass or above, provided the candidate
also has at least five credits or its equivalent including credit passes in Mathematics and
English.

ii. Diploma in any area of education provided the candidate also has at least five credits at ‘O’
level including English Language and Mathematics.
iii.Holders of N.C.E./Diploma will spend four academic years while all others will spend five
respectively.

B. Entry Qualifications: for 100 Level5 years programme – candidates must obtain 5 credit passes at G.C.E./WASC level, SSCE
including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two sittings. In addition to
acceptable UTME Cut Off Point.
C. Purchase of Formsi. Application Forms are sold at the sum of Five Thousand Naira (₦5,000.00) per form.
ii. All payments are to be made at any 
Zenith Bank Plc Acc. No. 1011596452iii. Evidence of payment (Bank Teller) should be presented at the Sandwich office Taraba State
University (Main Campus)
iv.Sales of Application Forms commences immediately.
v. Screening and interview of applicants commences on 19
th – 24th February, 2018