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UNIOSUN students protest shooting of colleagues by police

UNIOSUN students protest shooting of colleagues by police

UNIOSUN STUDENTS RIOT OVER POLICE ATTACK ON COLLEAGUES

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Students of the Osun State University, Osogbo, on Saturday protested the shooting of two of their colleagues by some policemen.
The protesting students lit bonfires on major streets and impeded human and vehicular traffic within Osogbo metropolis.


The shot students, Kazeem Adesola and Ibrahim Ajao, were playing football on a pitch at Oke-Baale area of the metropolis when the incident occurred.
The policemen, who came in plain clothes, had accused some students on the pitch of being involved in internet fraud.


An eyewitness, who craved anonymity, accused the police of persistently extorting money from students.
The eye witness, a student of the institution, said the resistance by those on the pitch led to Saturday’s shooting incident.
He said, “We were playing football when the policemen came. They always come like that to arrest students.
“ They would say that we are involved in Yahoo-Yahoo(internet fraud) and they would seize our laptops and phones.


“They would collect money on the pretext of granting us bail. But we resisted them on this occasion and within a twinkle of an eye, the policemen started shooting.
“When the policemen started shooting, we ran away but the bullets hit two students who were immediately rushed to hospital.

“ The bullet hit one in the stomach and the second one in his mouth.”
The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Fimihan Adeoye, while visiting the victims at the Ladoke Akintola Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, confirmed the development.
He said that the policemen involved had been arrested and detained, assuring the victims that they would face the full wrath of the law.


The commissioner also said he had ordered full scale investigation into the matter.
He, however, advised the students of the institution not to take the law into their hands, saying the essence of the investigation was to establish that such an act was committed and to determine those involved.

“The two students injured in the incident are being attended to now at the Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, and that’s why I am here to ensure that the victims are well treated,’’ he said.
The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Labode Popoola, who was also at the hospital, said the students were exposed to danger because the institution is non-residential.
He said efforts were being made to build hostels and ensure that students live within the campus where they could be properly monitored and supervised
(NAN)


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Buhari hails NOUN, calls for ethical practices among Nigeria varsities

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday warned that any university management involved in unethical practices would face the full wrath of the law.

Buhari, who was the Visitor at the sixth convocation of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in Abuja, said universities would henceforth prepare quarterly financial reports.
Represented by Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), Buhari said his administration was anchored on ensuring security of lives and property, fighting corruption and improving the economy.
“As we move to address the existing needs of our universities, we demand that the leadership of these institutions reciprocate government’s gesture by untilising their funds with utmost integrity and probity.

“Any university council or management found wanting in relation to financial mismanagement or gross moral and ethical violations will be made to face the full wrath of law.
“I have directed the Minister of Education to demand quarterly reports from all universities, detailing their major financial and administrative activities.
“A template for such report will soon be circulated to the universities by the Federal Ministry of Education through the NUC,’’ he said.

Buhari asked NOUN to continue to lead and chart new directions in distance learning education through maximum use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
According to him, NOUN should through effective use of ICT, research, instructional materials and other training aids, produce globally competitive graduates.
He congratulated NOUN’s governing council, management, staff and students on the institution’s sixth convocation.

In his address, Prof. Abdalla Adamu, NOUN’s Vice-Chancellor, said that 12,125 graduating students, across all disciplines, would be conferred with honours.
He said that out of the number, 31 bagged first class degrees.
According to him, NOUN is keying into the global trend in digital learning.
“To improve our web rankings and raise the profile of our academic staff, NOUN has created a ‘NOUN Academics Online’ module where each of our academic staff is showcased to attract national and international collaborations in teaching and research.
“Noting the trend in technology usage among our students and predilection towards smart phone and tablet devices, NOUN has started negotiations with key technology partners to migrate our study materials into ePub electronic format.
“That will make our materials easier, friendlier and more interactively accessible on smartphone and tablet,’’ he said.
He regretted that the Council for Legal Education (CLE) had consistently denied NOUN’s law graduates admission into law school due to wrong perception.
Adamu, however, said that the Senate Committee on Tertiary Education and TETFund recently held a public hearing on NOUN Amendment Bill, which when passed into law, would address all outstanding issues.
The vice-chancellor said that NOUN had outpaced other Open and Distance Learning (ODL) institutions in Africa in the Open Education Resources initiative.
In his remarks, NOUN’s Chancellor, Lawrence Agubuzu, said that the yearly convocation was a testimony that NOUN was pursuing its mandate vigorously.
He urged the new graduates to exhibit worthy qualities wherever they find themselves in the service of their fatherland.



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NYSC postpones the orientation course for all prospective corp members posted to Borno state



The 2016 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) Orientation Course was scheduled to commence in all the NYSC Orientation Camps nationwide on Tuesday, 24th January, 2017.


However, prospective corp members posted to Borno state, who were supposed to report for the course in the camp venue indicated in their Call-up letters, have been informed of a postponement.


According to the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), the orientation course for those affected has been postponed to 16th February 2017 and they will be informed when to reprint their Call-Up letters.


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How to teach Children and Adults with Autism

How to teach Children and Adults with Autism

Teaching Tips for Children and Adults with Autism


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Originally published  HERE 

Good teachers helped me to achieve success. I was able to overcome autism because I had good teachers. At age 2 1/2 I was placed in a structured nursery school with experienced teachers. From an early age I was taught to have good manners and to behave at the dinner table. Children with autism need to have a structured day, and teachers who know how to be firm but gentle.



Between the ages of 2 1/4 and 5 my day was structured, and I was not allowed to tune out. I had 45 minutes of one-to-one speech therapy five days a week, and my mother hired a nanny who spent three to four hours a day playing games with me and my sister. She taught 'turn taking' during play activities. When we made a snowman, she had me roll the bottom ball; and then my sister had to make the next part.

At mealtimes, every-body ate together; and I was not allowed to do any "stims." The only time I was allowed to revert back to autistic behavior was during a one-hour rest period after lunch. The combination of the nursery school, speech therapy, play activities, and "miss manners" meals added up to 40 hours a week, where my brain was kept connected to the world.
  1. Many people with autism are visual thinkers. I think in pictures. I do not think in language. All my thoughts are like videotapes running in my imagination. Pictures are my first language, and words are my second language. Nouns were the easiest words to learn because I could make a picture in my mind of the word. To learn words like "up" or "down," the teacher should demonstrate them to the child. For example, take a toy airplane and say "up" as you make the airplane takeoff from a desk. Some children will learn better if cards with the words "up" and "down" are attached to the toy airplane. The "up" card is attached when the plane takes off. The "down" card is attached when it lands.
  2. Avoid long strings of verbal instructions. People with autism have problems with remembering the sequence. If the child can read, write the instructions down on a piece of paper. I am unable to remember sequences. If I ask for directions at a gas station, I can only remember three steps. Directions with more than three steps have to be written down. I also have difficulty remembering phone numbers because I cannot make a picture in my mind.
  3. Many children with autism are good at drawing, art and computer programming. These talent areas should be encouraged. I think there needs to be much more emphasis on developing the child's talents. Talents can be turned into skills that can be used for future employment.
  4. Many autistic children get fixated on one subject such as trains or maps. The best way to deal with fixations is to use them to motivate school work. If the child likes trains, then use trains to teach reading and math. Read a book about a train and do math problems with trains. For example, calculate how long it takes for a train to go between New York and Washington.
  5. Use concrete visual methods to teach number concepts. My parents gave me a math toy which helped me to learn numbers. It consisted of a set of blocks which had a different length and a different color for the numbers one through ten. With this I learned how to add and subtract. To learn fractions my teacher had a wooden apple that was cut up into four pieces and a wooden pear that was cut in half. From this I learned the concept of quarters and halves.
  6. I had the worst handwriting in my class. Many autistic children have problems with motor control in their hands. Neat handwriting is sometimes very hard. This can totally frustrate the child. To reduce frustration and help the child to enjoy writing, let him type on the computer. Typing is often much easier.
  7. Some autistic children will learn reading more easily with phonics, and others will learn best by memorizing whole words. I learned with phonics. My mother taught me the phonics rules and then had me sound out my words. Children with lots of echolalia will often learn best if flash cards and picture books are used so that the whole words are associated with pictures. It is important to have the picture and the printed word on the same side of the card. When teaching nouns the child must hear you speak the word and view the picture and printed word simultaneously. An example of teaching a verb would be to hold a card that says "jump," and you would jump up and down while saying "jump."

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Ajimobi apologises to LAUTECH students after several backlashes

Ajimobi apologises to LAUTECH students after several backlashes
"Constituted Authority": Ajimobi begs LAUTECH students
After suffering heavy backlash from Nigerians for asking students of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) to their worst, Oyo state governor Abiola Ajimobi has apologized to the students of the school.



The governor’s special assistant on youths and students Afeez Bolaji a.k.a Repete in a Facebook post apologized for the governor’s reaction. 
He said the governor who has now become a laughing stock on social media reacted due to provocation by the students.
“He is not perfect, many critics will do worst if they happen to be in his shoes,” he wrote. 

Mr Bolaji who himself is a product of LAUTECH said his loyalty lies with the government but “ greater loyalty lies with the institution.”
It would be recalled that governor Ajimobi once asked secondary school students in Oyo state to beg him after their schools were shut.


He also wished the students "happy resumption in advance" an indication that the school might resume academic activities soon.


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Must read for all LASU students - IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

 

 

INFORMATION FROM THE LASU Students’ Disciplinary Committee

The Students’ Disciplinary Committee of Lagos State University (LASU), at its Special meeting held on Wednesday, 14th December, 2016 decided the following:

All students of the University are hereby warned, not to, for whatsoever reason, no matter how genuine, obstruct or resist the arrest of any person(s) /student(s) by the security personnel(s).

Any student, who obstructs or resist the arrest of fellow student(s) would be made to face stiffer sanctions/penalties from the Committee.

Any student(s) arrested by the security personnel would be given a right to call whoever he wishes to, on arrival at the security investigation Bureau (SIB) of the University.


Fresh Students On Matriculation Gown



The Lagos State University will hold its 2016/2017 Matriculation Exercise for newly admitted students on Tuesday, 24th January, 2017.

In view of the above, newly admitted students are to pay a sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira (=N=2,500.00) only for matriculation gown into United Bank For Africa (UBA) Revenue Account 1013948415 The bank teller should be used to obtain an official receipt at the Bursary Department.

The receipt shall then be presented for collection of Matriculation Gown at their respective Faculty Office not later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, 23rd January, 2017.

The Matriculation Gown should be returned to the point of collection not later than 4.00p.m. on the day of matriculation. Failure to return the Matriculation Gown as stated above shall attract penalty.

Also, all matriculating students are to entertain their guests at the matriculation ground. On no account should any matriculating student host/entertain their guests in any faculty. Failure to comply with this directive may lead to forfeiture of provisional admission.



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FUNAI 4th batch admission list is out. Check yours today

FUNAI 4th batch admission list





The management of Federal University, Ndufu Alike (FUNAI) has released the 4th Batch of admission list for 2016/2017 academic session.

This current list contains the names of both UTME and Direct entry admitted candidates.

44 candidates have been offered admission in this 4th list.

The names of admitted candidates are are contained on the attached pdf document;

Instructions To Admitted Students
Be informed that while we congratulate you all for your admission, you are expected to conclude your registration process within two weeks.

Late registration will commence for the above group on Thurs 2nd February 2017.
Check via www.FUNAI.edu.ng



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SCHOLARSHIP: Apply for 2017 University Of York Undergraduate Scholarships - UK

SCHOLARSHIP: Apply for 2017 University Of York Undergraduate Scholarships - UK




The University of York, UK invites applications from International students (Non EU) who wants to undergo an Undergraduate degree program at the Institution.


Eligibility

- Applicants must be International students (Non EU).

- Applicants must have completed their high school.

- Applicants must have applied or applying to University of York.

- Applicants must have excellent results from Previous educational programs.

Application Process

The mode of application is online. Click here to apply.

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship program is on 30th April 2017.

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Scholarship: Scholarship for International students at University of Waikato,New Zealand

Scholarship: Scholarship for International students at University of Waikato,New Zealand


The University of Waikato invites applications from International students who wants to pursue a Postgraduate Taught program at the Institution.


This scholarship program is worth $750 - $3,000 and it will be awarded to students who makes it on merit.

Eligibility

- Applicants must be International students.

- Applicants must have completed their bachelors degree program.

- Applicants must have applied to University of Waikato for a taught postgraduate course.

- Applicants must have excellent results from previous educational program.

Application Process

Applicants are required to fill in the Personal Statement Form.

After filling the personal statement form, then applicants can apply for this scholarship program.

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship program is on 30th April 2017

MORE DETAILS AVAILABLE HERE



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2017 GEAAA Undergraduate & Postgraduate Scholarships At KNUST, Ghana




The Ghanaian Engineers & Architects Association of America (GEAAA) is offering Scholarships & Grants to African Undergraduate & Postgraduate students who wants to undergo a program at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST).

This scholarship program comprises of two different categories namely:

- 2017 GEAAA Dr. Osei Kwabena Gyebi Scholarship Fund
- 2017 GEAAA Prof. Nicholas Kumapley Scholarship Fund

2017 GEAAA Dr. Osei Kwabena Gyebi Scholarship Fund

Eligibility

- Applicants must be Africans. (Preference is given to Ghanaians)

- Applicants must be a Secondary leaver, University, Polytechnic or Research, Artisan students.

- Applicants must have interest in the following field of study: Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, infrastructure Information Technology and Communication, Bio Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Architecture&/City/town planning.

- Applicants must have applied or applying to KNUST.

- Applicants must have good grades.

2017 GEAAA Prof. Nicholas Kumapley Scholarship Fund

Eligibility

- Applicants must be Africans.

- Applicants must be University or Polytechnic Student (Undergraduate or Post-Graduate) with a major in Engineering, Architecture, Science or Mathematics.

- Applicants must have excellent results in previous educational programs.

- Applicants must develop a strong interest in Engineering, Architecture or Mathematics/Science.

- Applicants must have applied or applying to KNUST.

Application Process

Interested applicants should download and completely fill in the application forms below.

2017 Dr. Osei Kwabena Gyebi Scholarship Program


2017 Professor Nicholas Kumapley Scholarship Program


The following documents are required during application:

2017 GEAAA Dr. Osei Kwabena Gyebi Scholarship Fund:

- Complete Application Form

- Narrative (Not more than 500 words) A description of research, career or other interest as it contributes to the goals of the Scholarship Fund.

- Resume /Curriculum Vitae

- Academic Transcripts or Proof of Admission, if a student

- A Letter of Recommendation from individual in supervisory position.

- For non-student applicants the Fund is given in a form of grant. Provide a proposed Budget and Justification.

2017 GEAAA Prof. Nicholas Kumapley Scholarship Fund:

- Complete attached Application Form

- Narrative/Essay (350-400 words)

- Resume /Curriculum Vitae

- Academic Transcripts from a Tertiary Institution or Proof of Admission into a Tertiary Institution

- A letter of recommendation from individual in supervisory position.

Completed forms should be sent alongside necessary documents to info@geaaa.us

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship program is on 31st January 2017.



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School of nursing form for UNIBEN 2017/2018 is Out

School of nursing form for UNIBEN 2017/2018 is Out



This is to inform the general public that the University of Benin (UNIBEN) Teaching Hospital is inviting qualified members of the public to her 2017/2018 academic session 18 month school of nursing programme leading to the award of Registered Nurse Certificate (RN)

Closing date for submission of completed forms: 20th Febuary 2016

UNIBEN School of Nursing Entry Qualifications:

1. Candidates must not be less than 18 years old.
2. Must possess the following:
a) WAEC/GCE (O/Level) NECO with five credits in not more than two sittings, subjects should include english, mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics
b) senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) in the relevant subjects at credit levels as in (a) above
c) candidates must also possess registered midwifery certificate (RM) or Registered psychiatric Nurse Certificate (RPN).


Application Form:

Application forms are obtainable from the Office of the Principal and can be downloaded from the Hospital’s website (www.ubth.org). Completed forms should be returned to the undersigned with evidence of payment of a non-refundable fee of ten thousand Naira (N10,000.00) only made payable to UBTH Treasury Single Account (TSA) via the REMITA Platform in any Commercial Bank under the service type “Training School – School of Nursing”.
Forms should be returned with four (4) recent coloured passport photographs (taken in preceding two weeks).

EXAMINATION DATE:
Entrance Examination Date: Wednesday, 22nd February, 2017.
NIBTime: 10:00am
Venue: SCHOOL OF NURSING, UBTH.

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Scholarship: Fully funded Doctoral Scholarships At Ghent University, Belgium

Scholarship: Fully funded  Doctoral Scholarships At Ghent University, Belgium




 STUDY FOR FREE AT THE GHENT UNIVERSITY, BELGIUM

 
Ghent University With support from its “Special Research Fund” (BOF) is offering scholarships to Students who are citizens of a - Applicants must be citizens of a developing country., Who wants to undergo a research program in the institution.

This scholarship program is worth € 1.958 per month. The Ghent University promoter also receives a bench fee of €15.440 to cover (part of) the operational costs, as well as the travelling costs of the student and both the Ghent University and the local promoter.

Eligibility

- Applicants must be citizens of a developing country.

- Applicants must have completed their bachelors and masters degree program in any recognized institution.

- Applicants must have outstanding academic grades.

- Applicants must have applied or applying to Ghent University.

- Applicants must be able to work on the PhD project at the partner university in a selected developing country (South). This implies that there must be a local PhD supervisor at the partner university or research center.

Application Process

The candidate applies to Ghent University jointly with a promoter of Ghent University and a supervisor at the local institution.

The promoter at Ghent University has to fill in a separate document called a promoter's advice with advice on the candidate, stating the promoter's opinion on the potential of the candidate as a future researcher.

The Research Council makes a selection of the applications based on the following:

i) the qualifications of the applicant;
ii) the doctoral project;
iii) the relevance of the research topic for development;
iv) the scientific/scholarly potential of the promoter’s research group(s);
v) the partnership between Ghent University and the local institute;
vi) the scientific/scholarly potential of the local institute.

Applications should be submitted electronically to application@Ugent.be

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship program is on 7th March 2017.

For More Information Visit The Scholarship Webpage.


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University Of Calabar, Calabar (UNICAL) pre-degree supplementary admission form is out

The University Of Calabar, Calabar (UNICAL) Directorate Of Pre-Degree Programme on behalf of The Centre For Educational Services (CES) has announced Pre-drgree supplementary Admission for 2016/2017.


Application Procedure

STEP 1

First Method: ELECTRONIC PIN
Walk into any Bank Branch nationwide.
Request to make payment for University of Calabar C.E.S application form 2016/2017 on E-Tranzact Platform
Pay the sum of ₦8,000 (Eight thousand naira only) and obtain payment slip containing a unique PIN.
Login with the generated pin for the C.E.S application.

Second Method: THE PAPER SCRATCH CARD OPTION
C.E.S application scratch card are available for those who reside in Calabar or have difficulties obtaining the e-scratch card receipt:

SELECTED BANKS FOR SCRATCH CARDS CALABAR ONLY
Unical Microfinance Bank
Heritage Bank Limited
FCMB Bank PLC
Wema Bank Plc
UBA Bank Plc


STEP 2

On obtaining the scratch or e-scratch candidates should log on to http://myunical.edu.ng and select “CES Online Application” from the C.E.S menu tab on the home page.

The next page will require the candidate to enter his/her phone number and e-scratch card pin or scratch card pin against the fields provided and click login.
Follow the on-screen instruction after gaining access to complete the form.

STEP 3

Print the Form after submission.

Application Deadline
The deadline for application is January 30th, 2017.



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Scholarship: Postgraduate scholarship for international students at The Leeds University, UK





The Leeds University, UK is offering scholarships to prospective international students who wants to undergo a postgraduate program in the Institution.


Successful applicants will receive payment to cover their University tuition fees up to three years, along with a maintenance fee of £14,296.

Eligibility

- Applicants must be International students.

- Applicants must have completed their bachelors degree program with at least a First Class Honours degree or 2:1.

- Applicants must have applied for a Postgraduate course and be in receipt of a students ID number.

How To Apply For The Leeds University, UK scholarship

Application Process

The mode of application is online. Click here to apply

Application Deadline

The application deadline for this scholarship program is 10th March 2017.

For More Information Visit The Official Website


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