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Sexual Harassment: Three LASU Lecturers Face Sack (See Details)

Sexual Harassment: Three LASU Lecturers Face Sack (See Details)

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Three lecturers at the Lagos State University (LASU) may be sacked anytime from now over cases of alleged sexual harassment of their students.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) learnt in Lagos on Thursday that the governing council of the institution has co+ncluded investigations into the matter.

NAN learnt that the sacking of the randy teachers would be announced after the next meeting of the council, slated for next month.

An authoritative source familiar with the development, revealed the identities of the lecturers in an interview with the NAN education correspondent.


The lecturers are from the Departments of Chemistry and Economics, while the third is from the LASU College of Medicine (LASUCOM) at Ikeja.

The source told NAN that two of the teachers allegedly told two female students, who they had been `eyeing’ to come and re-sit papers on a Saturday with intent to take sexual advantage of the students.

The source said that the students, however, reported the issue to the university’s security department, which reportedly advised them to play along with the teachers in a bid to catch them red-handed.

According to the source, the LASUCOM lecturer, similarly, directed two female medical students to buy an injection, which he allegedly ended up using on the students “to sedate them and take advantage of them sexually’’.

Reacting to the allegation, the LASUCOM lecturer, (name withheld), told NAN that the accusation of sexual harassment against him was the handiwork of mischief makers.

He, however, did not elaborate but confirmed that the LASU panel invited him to answer questions on unethical conduct, arising from a medical prescription he gave to students.

On their part, the two other accused lecturers, declined to make comments when NAN correspondent took them up on the matter.

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Three lecturers at the Lagos State University (LASU) may be sacked anytime from now over cases of alleged sexual harassment of their students.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) learnt in Lagos on Thursday that the governing council of the institution has co+ncluded investigations into the matter.

NAN learnt that the sacking of the randy teachers would be announced after the next meeting of the council, slated for next month.

An authoritative source familiar with the development, revealed the identities of the lecturers in an interview with the NAN education correspondent.


The lecturers are from the Departments of Chemistry and Economics, while the third is from the LASU College of Medicine (LASUCOM) at Ikeja.

The source told NAN that two of the teachers allegedly told two female students, who they had been `eyeing’ to come and re-sit papers on a Saturday with intent to take sexual advantage of the students.

The source said that the students, however, reported the issue to the university’s security department, which reportedly advised them to play along with the teachers in a bid to catch them red-handed.

According to the source, the LASUCOM lecturer, similarly, directed two female medical students to buy an injection, which he allegedly ended up using on the students “to sedate them and take advantage of them sexually’’.

Reacting to the allegation, the LASUCOM lecturer, (name withheld), told NAN that the accusation of sexual harassment against him was the handiwork of mischief makers.

He, however, did not elaborate but confirmed that the LASU panel invited him to answer questions on unethical conduct, arising from a medical prescription he gave to students.

On their part, the two other accused lecturers, declined to make comments when NAN correspondent took them up on the matter.

NAN

Bribe: NFF Bans Salisu Yusuf For One Year (See Details)

Bribe: NFF Bans Salisu Yusuf For One Year (See Details)


The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has placed a one–year ban from all football-related activities on Super Eagles’ Chief Coach, Salisu Yusuf.

This follows the adoption of a report by the NFF Committee on Ethics and Fair Play.

As contained in a statement on Wednesday, the committee considered the complaint by the NFF as well as the coach’s defence of a video documentary in which he was seen accepting $1,000 bribe from an undercover reporter, Ghanaian Aremeyaw Anas, posing as a player’s agent.

The NFF, in the statement by its spokesperson, Demola Olajire, said it had accepted the report and approved the committee’s recommendation.


The coach has also been told to pay a fine of $5,000 to the Federation within three months.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has placed a one–year ban from all football-related activities on Super Eagles’ Chief Coach, Salisu Yusuf.

This follows the adoption of a report by the NFF Committee on Ethics and Fair Play.

As contained in a statement on Wednesday, the committee considered the complaint by the NFF as well as the coach’s defence of a video documentary in which he was seen accepting $1,000 bribe from an undercover reporter, Ghanaian Aremeyaw Anas, posing as a player’s agent.

The NFF, in the statement by its spokesperson, Demola Olajire, said it had accepted the report and approved the committee’s recommendation.


The coach has also been told to pay a fine of $5,000 to the Federation within three months.

LAUTECH Ogbomoso Ranked As Nigeria’s Best State Varsity

LAUTECH Ogbomoso Ranked As Nigeria’s Best State Varsity


Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso has been ranked the best state university in Nigeria.

A statement by the institution’s Head of Public Affairs, Mr Lekan Fadeji, said the latest ranking by Webometric, which puts the Institution as 14th overall in the country and 3680 in the World, goes to confirm that despite the debilitating effect of the industrial crisis, LAUTECH’s leadership position among its peers remains unchallenged.

Reacting to the news, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Adeniyi Gbadegesin, reiterated the commitment of management to ensuring that the Institution’s present financial position is not allowed to affect its determination to train eggheads to man the various technological spaces of the future.


He added that the Governing Council, led by Prof. Oladapo Afolabi, has assured that whatever the university needs to stay on top would be encouraged.

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso has been ranked the best state university in Nigeria.

A statement by the institution’s Head of Public Affairs, Mr Lekan Fadeji, said the latest ranking by Webometric, which puts the Institution as 14th overall in the country and 3680 in the World, goes to confirm that despite the debilitating effect of the industrial crisis, LAUTECH’s leadership position among its peers remains unchallenged.

Reacting to the news, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Adeniyi Gbadegesin, reiterated the commitment of management to ensuring that the Institution’s present financial position is not allowed to affect its determination to train eggheads to man the various technological spaces of the future.


He added that the Governing Council, led by Prof. Oladapo Afolabi, has assured that whatever the university needs to stay on top would be encouraged.

Nigerian Law school student gets 4 As but still gets a second class lower

Nigerian Law school student gets 4 As but still gets a second class lower


The Nigerian Law School recent exam result has been released, but this result caught our attention and it is currently trending on social media.

This particular student got 4 As, but still ended up with a second class upper;

It was captioned ; “Look at this carefully and understand why some people are tensed.”

See the result below…



The Nigerian Law School recent exam result has been released, but this result caught our attention and it is currently trending on social media.

This particular student got 4 As, but still ended up with a second class upper;

It was captioned ; “Look at this carefully and understand why some people are tensed.”

See the result below…


More Than 200 UNILAG Law Students, Barred From Writing Exams For Failing To Meet 65% of their Course Attendance

More Than 200 UNILAG Law Students, Barred From Writing Exams For Failing To Meet 65% of their Course Attendance


It has been revealed that over two hundred University of Lagos law students have been barred from writing the ongoing semester examination for allegedly failing to meet up to the compulsory 65% of their course attendance.

According to SaharaReporters, some of the affected students lamented that the rule sprang upon them without prior notice, adding that the University’s enforcement of the rule was to reduce the number of students who get to the final year, and subsequently get admitted to the Nigerian Law School.

One of the students who spoke on condition of anonymity said; “the university did this not because they so much care about students coming to class but because they needed to cut the number of students who go to law school. Normally, it is two hundred and seventy students (270) that get accepted into law school so they are trying to cut down the number of students before they get to the final year.

He opined that many students prefer to stay in their hostels to study as the capacity of their lecture hall cannot accommodate students if they all decided to be in class. The 400 level student said the faculty of law annex which has bigger capacity lecture halls does not have a public address system to amplify the voices of their lecturers when they teach.

Another student said stated that out of over 300 in his class (400 level) which used to be up to 400 in the lower level several were advised to withdraw. “If we combine the number of students who have been stopped from writing their examinations both in elective or compulsory courses, there would have over 200 students who have missed one exams or the other and that is just one class. Some students have not written a single exam since exams started.”

He said lecturers too miss classes. “There were times I went for customary law classes that the lecturer was not around, about 5 times that happened ion one semester. Sometimes we have over 200 students taking an elective course and the class would only accommodate 150 students which means some students who have to stand”.

However, the dean of the faculty of law, Professor Atsenwa, said the 65% attendance rule is not new in the university, it is contained in students’ handbook, adding that there also has been constant reminders to the students on the rule.

“I am surprised that a genuine student of the University of Lagos would say he is not aware of the rule, it is in their handbook and at the back of their docket. I am also surprised that any student would say they are not aware because the faculties reminded them. It is not a new rule and their attention was drawn to the rule” the dean said.

It has been revealed that over two hundred University of Lagos law students have been barred from writing the ongoing semester examination for allegedly failing to meet up to the compulsory 65% of their course attendance.

According to SaharaReporters, some of the affected students lamented that the rule sprang upon them without prior notice, adding that the University’s enforcement of the rule was to reduce the number of students who get to the final year, and subsequently get admitted to the Nigerian Law School.

One of the students who spoke on condition of anonymity said; “the university did this not because they so much care about students coming to class but because they needed to cut the number of students who go to law school. Normally, it is two hundred and seventy students (270) that get accepted into law school so they are trying to cut down the number of students before they get to the final year.

He opined that many students prefer to stay in their hostels to study as the capacity of their lecture hall cannot accommodate students if they all decided to be in class. The 400 level student said the faculty of law annex which has bigger capacity lecture halls does not have a public address system to amplify the voices of their lecturers when they teach.

Another student said stated that out of over 300 in his class (400 level) which used to be up to 400 in the lower level several were advised to withdraw. “If we combine the number of students who have been stopped from writing their examinations both in elective or compulsory courses, there would have over 200 students who have missed one exams or the other and that is just one class. Some students have not written a single exam since exams started.”

He said lecturers too miss classes. “There were times I went for customary law classes that the lecturer was not around, about 5 times that happened ion one semester. Sometimes we have over 200 students taking an elective course and the class would only accommodate 150 students which means some students who have to stand”.

However, the dean of the faculty of law, Professor Atsenwa, said the 65% attendance rule is not new in the university, it is contained in students’ handbook, adding that there also has been constant reminders to the students on the rule.

“I am surprised that a genuine student of the University of Lagos would say he is not aware of the rule, it is in their handbook and at the back of their docket. I am also surprised that any student would say they are not aware because the faculties reminded them. It is not a new rule and their attention was drawn to the rule” the dean said.

Lagos State University To Admit 3,500 Of 36,500 Candidates (See Details)

Lagos State University To Admit 3,500 Of 36,500 Candidates (See Details)


The Lagos State University is to admit 3,500 students for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The university’s Head of Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations, Mr Adekoya Martins, in a statement on Thursday, said that 36,500 candidates applied for admission in LASU for the academic session.

He described as false, purported information on some social media platforms that LASU was set to admit 5,500 out of 36,500 candidates.

“The university management wishes to state unequivocally that such information is false, baseless and unfounded.


“Consequently, members of the university community and the general public are advised to disregard such information,” he said.

In a bid to ensure transparency and merit-driven admission process, LASU recently launched an application to automate subsequent admissions in line with a directive from the National Universities Commission.

The application will cut out undue interference from individuals in the admission process.

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The Lagos State University is to admit 3,500 students for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The university’s Head of Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations, Mr Adekoya Martins, in a statement on Thursday, said that 36,500 candidates applied for admission in LASU for the academic session.

He described as false, purported information on some social media platforms that LASU was set to admit 5,500 out of 36,500 candidates.

“The university management wishes to state unequivocally that such information is false, baseless and unfounded.


“Consequently, members of the university community and the general public are advised to disregard such information,” he said.

In a bid to ensure transparency and merit-driven admission process, LASU recently launched an application to automate subsequent admissions in line with a directive from the National Universities Commission.

The application will cut out undue interference from individuals in the admission process.

NAN

Obafemi Awolowo University Suspends Students Union Officials (See Details)

Obafemi Awolowo University Suspends Students Union Officials (See Details)


The management of the Obafemi Awolowo University has suspended two Students’ Union officials over a recent violence.

The Vice President of the Students union, Jacob Tosin, popularly known as Emerald, and the Director of Socials, Adedayo Afolabi, popularly known as Lamba, were suspended indefinitely.

The suspension was confirmed by the Vice Chancellor of the university, Yemi Ogunbodede

The management of the Obafemi Awolowo University has suspended two Students’ Union officials over a recent violence.

The Vice President of the Students union, Jacob Tosin, popularly known as Emerald, and the Director of Socials, Adedayo Afolabi, popularly known as Lamba, were suspended indefinitely.

The suspension was confirmed by the Vice Chancellor of the university, Yemi Ogunbodede

NANS Finally Appeals To ASUU To Please Accept Govt’s Proposal (See Details)

NANS Finally Appeals To ASUU To Please Accept Govt’s Proposal (See Details)


The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to consider the proposal made by the Federal Government and call off their ongoing strike.

The National Public Relations Officer (PRO) of NANS, Bestman Okereafor, made the appeal in a statement made available to newsmen in Enugu on Saturday.

The Federal Government team had engaged in dialogue with ASUU and had agreed to set up a seven-man joint committee to look into all ASUU demands.


The Federal Government had also 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.

“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,’’ he said.

Okereafor noted that NANS conclusively wish to reassure our compatriots that NANS under the watch of 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,’’ he said.

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.

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to consider the proposal made by the Federal Government and call off their ongoing strike.

The National Public Relations Officer (PRO) of NANS, Bestman Okereafor, made the appeal in a statement made available to newsmen in Enugu on Saturday.

The Federal Government team had engaged in dialogue with ASUU and had agreed to set up a seven-man joint committee to look into all ASUU demands.


The Federal Government had also 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.

“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,’’ he said.

Okereafor noted that NANS conclusively wish to reassure our compatriots that NANS under the watch of 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,’’ he said.

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.

ASUU Strike: Federal Government to Release N220bn Within One Month to Federal Universities in Nigeria

ASUU Strike: Federal Government to Release N220bn Within One Month to Federal Universities in Nigeria


The Strike by the academic Staff union of Universities (ASUU) will soon be called off, after the union reached an agreement with The federal Government.

The federal government agreed to release with immediate effect about N220 billion to the universities to fund the revitalization of the federal institutions.
 
This agreement was reached in a 15 hour meeting in Abuja between the union’s representatives and Government officials led by the labour minister. The sum is expected to be paid not later than next month. 
 
The Nation reports.
The money is to enable the institutions buy working tools needed for effective discharge of their responsibilities.

The Strike by the academic Staff union of Universities (ASUU) will soon be called off, after the union reached an agreement with The federal Government.

The federal government agreed to release with immediate effect about N220 billion to the universities to fund the revitalization of the federal institutions.
 
This agreement was reached in a 15 hour meeting in Abuja between the union’s representatives and Government officials led by the labour minister. The sum is expected to be paid not later than next month. 
 
The Nation reports.
The money is to enable the institutions buy working tools needed for effective discharge of their responsibilities.

ASUU Finally Reaches Agreement with Federal Goverment, Lecturers may call off strike soon (See Details)

ASUU Finally Reaches Agreement with Federal Goverment, Lecturers may call off strike soon (See Details)


The lingering strike action by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, may soon be called off, as the lecturers have agreed to an offer made to them by the Federal government.
The leaders of the academic union and the Federal government in the early hours of today, concluded a 12-hour meeting that started yesterday Thursday, September 7th.
 
The union says they have accepted the federal government’s offer and would take the offer to their members who would decide whether or not the offer is generally accepted and then decide on when to call off the strike action. The union says it would get back to the Federal government on its decision in a week’s time. 
 
National president of ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, who spoke with journalists after the meeting, said
“Now we have some concrete proposal that we will take back to our members for consideration,” he said.

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, who also spoke with journalists after the meeting, said ASUU’s demands have been addressed and the union will get back to the government in a week after consulting with their members.

ASUU declared a Nationwide strike on August 14th.

The lingering strike action by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU, may soon be called off, as the lecturers have agreed to an offer made to them by the Federal government.
The leaders of the academic union and the Federal government in the early hours of today, concluded a 12-hour meeting that started yesterday Thursday, September 7th.
 
The union says they have accepted the federal government’s offer and would take the offer to their members who would decide whether or not the offer is generally accepted and then decide on when to call off the strike action. The union says it would get back to the Federal government on its decision in a week’s time. 
 
National president of ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, who spoke with journalists after the meeting, said
“Now we have some concrete proposal that we will take back to our members for consideration,” he said.

Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, who also spoke with journalists after the meeting, said ASUU’s demands have been addressed and the union will get back to the government in a week after consulting with their members.

ASUU declared a Nationwide strike on August 14th.

ASUU Turn Down Invitation For Talks From Federal Goverment (See Reasons)

ASUU Turn Down Invitation For Talks From Federal Goverment (See Reasons)


The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have turned down an invitation by the Federal Government to a meeting scheduled for today.
News reports from Channels Television, ASUU President, Biodun Ogunyemi, confirmed that the union will not attend the meeting.
 
He said;
“ASUU has met, discussed the new offer from the FG and submitted a proposal to the government. Consequently, the union will only honour another meeting after receiving a reply to their proposal from the government”.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have turned down an invitation by the Federal Government to a meeting scheduled for today.
News reports from Channels Television, ASUU President, Biodun Ogunyemi, confirmed that the union will not attend the meeting.
 
He said;
“ASUU has met, discussed the new offer from the FG and submitted a proposal to the government. Consequently, the union will only honour another meeting after receiving a reply to their proposal from the government”.

LASU Post-UTME Screening 2017: Eligibiity, Cut-off Mark And Registration Details

LASU Post-UTME Screening 2017: Eligibiity, Cut-off Mark And Registration Details


Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the Lagos State University 2017/2018 Admission Screening Exercise, for candidates seeking admission via UTME (100 Level) and Direct Entry (200 Level). This ONLINE screening exercise is mandatory requirement for entry into Lagos State University.

ELIGIBILITY
Candidates who have chosen Lagos State University as their First Choice Institution in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME), and have scored a minimum of 190 marks are eligible to participate in the Online Admission Screening Exercise. In addition, Candidates must be at least 16 years of age, by 1st October, 2017.
ALL Pre-Degree Studies (PDS) students who have successfully completed their studies and wish to be considered for admission into Lagos State University in the 2017/2018 Academic Session, who must have chosen Lagos State University as their First Choice Institution in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME), and have scored a minimum of 190 marks are eligible to participate in the Online Admission Screening Exercise.
ALL Direct Entry candidates, including LASU Foundation (JUPEB) Programme, who wish to be considered for admission into Lagos State University for the 2017/2018 Academic Session, who must have obtained Direct Entry Form from JAMB are also eligible and must apply for the screening exercise.
Candidates of Lagos State Origin, for 100 & 200 Levels who have proved their claims before the Independent Indigeneship Verification Committee (IIVC) set up by the Lagos State University.

LIST OF ACCREDITED COURSES
Candidates should note that ONLY the accredited courses listed below are available for the 2017/2018 Academic Session. Therefore, candidates can only apply for ANY of the under-listed courses for which they possess relevant requirements for admission.
1.ARTS
– Arabic
– English
– Christian Studies
– French
– Islamic Studies
– History & International Studies
– Music
– Theatre Arts
– Portuguese / English
– Philosophy
– Yoruba
2.EDUCATION
– Arabic Education
– Christian Studies Education
– Islamic Studies Education
– English Education
– French Education
– History Education
– Yoruba Education
– Biology Education
– Chemistry Education
– Mathematics Education
– Physics Education
– Physical & Health Education
– Health Education
– Computer Science Education
– Educational Technology
– Business Education
– Accounting Education
– Educational Management
– Geography Education
– Economics Education
– Political Science Education
3. LAW
– Law
4. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
– Agriculture
5. MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
– Public Administration
– Marketing
– Accounting
– Banking & Finance
– Business Administration
– Management Technology
– Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
– Insurance
6. SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION
– Mass Communication
7. SCIENCE
– Biochemistry
– Botany
– Chemistry
– Fisheries
– Mathematics
– Microbiology
– Physics
– Zoology
– Computer Science
8. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
– Medicine
– Physiology
– Dentistry
– Nursing
9. SOCIAL SCIENCES
– Geography & Planning
– Psychology
– Economics
– Political Science
– Sociology
10. SCHOOL OF TRANSPORT
– Transport
11. ENGINEERING
– Mechanical Engineering
– Electronics & Computer Engineering
– Chemical and Polymer Engineering

METHOD OF APPLICATION
A. ONLINE PAYMENT
1.Prospective Candidates will visit www.screening.lasu.edu.ng and select MAKE PAYMENT option in the drop down list at the top to PAY:
i. non-refundable LASU Internet Access fee of N3,000;
ii. and non-refundable Screening fee of N2,000.
The Prospective Candidates would be required to submit the following:
-JAMB Registration Number
-Surname, First name, Middle name
-Email Address and telephone number (both must be active and personal to the applicant)
2. Click on PROCEED
3. On the next page, a TRANSACTION ID to be used for PAYMENT would be displayed. The candidate should copy this TRANSACTION ID and proceed for PAYMENT at http://www.quickteller.com/lasu

4. On http://www.quickteller.com/lasu page,
(i) Click on PAY
(ii) Enter your email address, GSM number.
(iii) Also enter the Transaction ID copied in step 3 above
(iv) Proceed to enter details of your ATM Card
(v) Click process payment
(vi) Print your payment receipt from the screen. A transaction message will be sent to your email and GSM, hence the need to use your personal E-mail address and GSM number.

B. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ALL CANDIDATES
STEP I
After successful payment for LASU 2017/2018 Online Admission Screening Exercise, return to www.screening.lasu.edu.ng and CLICK CONTINUE REGISTRATION Button to print your screening PIN.

STEP II
Use your JAMB Registration Number AND the printed screening PIN to login to the LASU Online Screening Platform at https://services.lidc.lasu.edu.ng/admissionscreening for the screening after selecting UTME or Direct Entry (DE) Button.

STEP III
-Carefully fill in your personal details as required
Upload passport photograph NOT MORE THAN 20KB (JPEG)
-Save and proceed
-Carefully enter your UTME details
-Scan and Upload UTME result slip NOT MORE THAN 20KB (PDF)
-Save and proceed
-Select number of O’ Level sitting(s)
-Scan and Upload O’ Level result slip(s) NOT MORE THAN 20KB (PDF)
-Save and proceed
-Input required O’ Level details
-Save and proceed
Candidates must possess Five (5) O’ Level Credits in subjects relevant to their desired course of study at not more than Two (2) sittings, except Medicine and Dentistry that require ONLY One (1) sitting.
Candidates who wish to study any Engineering Course must possess Six (6) O’ Level Credits in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language, one Science subject and any other subject, ONLY if the O’ Level result used is Two (2) sittings.
Candidates with Awaiting Result status are eligible to apply for the screening but the awaited result must be uploaded latest Friday, 15th September, 2017.
Candidates with Awaiting Result status are also eligible to apply for the screening.
Credit in English Language is compulsory for admission into all courses in Lagos State University.
Candidates of Lagos State Origin who have proved their claims before the Independent Indigeneship Verification Committee (IIVC) MUST fill in their IIVC Code on the screening portal.
Note that ANY EXAMINATION TAKEN AFTER JULY 2017 IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

STEP IV
-Carefully preview all details supplied and CERTIFY that they are correct
-Click the “I CERTIFY” button if you agree with all details as displayed in the Preview.
-By ticking the “I Certify” button, the Candidate confirms that the screening will be premised ONLY on the supplied information as the screening decision is final. If you do not agree to the stated terms you will not be permitted to go beyond this point.
-Click the “Continue” button

STEP V
After submission, you will be redirected to the Screening Homepage
Enter your UTME REGISTRATION NUMBER then click DOWNLOAD RESULT to generate your SCREENING REPORT.

C. ONLINE SCREENING FOR ALL CANDIDATES
The Screening of Candidate(s) will be based on Point Grading System, using the UTME Score and SSCE (or equivalent) Grades in Five (5) BEST RELEVANT subjects to Candidate’s Choice of Course
The relevant subjects are obtainable from 2017 JAMB Brochure
Candidates are advised to study the O’ Level subject requirements for their Course of choice before participating in the online Admission Screening.
The Point grading system is as follows:

O\LEVEL SSCE (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) GRADING POINTS
GRADE POINT
A1 – 10
A2 (B2)-9
A3 (B3) -8
C4 -7
C5 – 6
C6 – 5
TOTAL OBTAINABLE
50 %

APPLICATION DEADLINE
Candidates should know that both payment and registration/updating would last for three weeks i.e. from Monday, 28th August to Friday, 15th September 2017 (12 midnight).
Please NOTE that the deadline for the Screening (Friday, 15th September, 2017) is STRICTLY adhered to, as there will be NO extension of the date.
All Online Screening complaints should be channeled to screeningsupport@lasu.edu.ng.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the Lagos State University 2017/2018 Admission Screening Exercise, for candidates seeking admission via UTME (100 Level) and Direct Entry (200 Level). This ONLINE screening exercise is mandatory requirement for entry into Lagos State University.

ELIGIBILITY
Candidates who have chosen Lagos State University as their First Choice Institution in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME), and have scored a minimum of 190 marks are eligible to participate in the Online Admission Screening Exercise. In addition, Candidates must be at least 16 years of age, by 1st October, 2017.
ALL Pre-Degree Studies (PDS) students who have successfully completed their studies and wish to be considered for admission into Lagos State University in the 2017/2018 Academic Session, who must have chosen Lagos State University as their First Choice Institution in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME), and have scored a minimum of 190 marks are eligible to participate in the Online Admission Screening Exercise.
ALL Direct Entry candidates, including LASU Foundation (JUPEB) Programme, who wish to be considered for admission into Lagos State University for the 2017/2018 Academic Session, who must have obtained Direct Entry Form from JAMB are also eligible and must apply for the screening exercise.
Candidates of Lagos State Origin, for 100 & 200 Levels who have proved their claims before the Independent Indigeneship Verification Committee (IIVC) set up by the Lagos State University.

LIST OF ACCREDITED COURSES
Candidates should note that ONLY the accredited courses listed below are available for the 2017/2018 Academic Session. Therefore, candidates can only apply for ANY of the under-listed courses for which they possess relevant requirements for admission.
1.ARTS
– Arabic
– English
– Christian Studies
– French
– Islamic Studies
– History & International Studies
– Music
– Theatre Arts
– Portuguese / English
– Philosophy
– Yoruba
2.EDUCATION
– Arabic Education
– Christian Studies Education
– Islamic Studies Education
– English Education
– French Education
– History Education
– Yoruba Education
– Biology Education
– Chemistry Education
– Mathematics Education
– Physics Education
– Physical & Health Education
– Health Education
– Computer Science Education
– Educational Technology
– Business Education
– Accounting Education
– Educational Management
– Geography Education
– Economics Education
– Political Science Education
3. LAW
– Law
4. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
– Agriculture
5. MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
– Public Administration
– Marketing
– Accounting
– Banking & Finance
– Business Administration
– Management Technology
– Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
– Insurance
6. SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION
– Mass Communication
7. SCIENCE
– Biochemistry
– Botany
– Chemistry
– Fisheries
– Mathematics
– Microbiology
– Physics
– Zoology
– Computer Science
8. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
– Medicine
– Physiology
– Dentistry
– Nursing
9. SOCIAL SCIENCES
– Geography & Planning
– Psychology
– Economics
– Political Science
– Sociology
10. SCHOOL OF TRANSPORT
– Transport
11. ENGINEERING
– Mechanical Engineering
– Electronics & Computer Engineering
– Chemical and Polymer Engineering

METHOD OF APPLICATION
A. ONLINE PAYMENT
1.Prospective Candidates will visit www.screening.lasu.edu.ng and select MAKE PAYMENT option in the drop down list at the top to PAY:
i. non-refundable LASU Internet Access fee of N3,000;
ii. and non-refundable Screening fee of N2,000.
The Prospective Candidates would be required to submit the following:
-JAMB Registration Number
-Surname, First name, Middle name
-Email Address and telephone number (both must be active and personal to the applicant)
2. Click on PROCEED
3. On the next page, a TRANSACTION ID to be used for PAYMENT would be displayed. The candidate should copy this TRANSACTION ID and proceed for PAYMENT at http://www.quickteller.com/lasu

4. On http://www.quickteller.com/lasu page,
(i) Click on PAY
(ii) Enter your email address, GSM number.
(iii) Also enter the Transaction ID copied in step 3 above
(iv) Proceed to enter details of your ATM Card
(v) Click process payment
(vi) Print your payment receipt from the screen. A transaction message will be sent to your email and GSM, hence the need to use your personal E-mail address and GSM number.

B. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ALL CANDIDATES
STEP I
After successful payment for LASU 2017/2018 Online Admission Screening Exercise, return to www.screening.lasu.edu.ng and CLICK CONTINUE REGISTRATION Button to print your screening PIN.

STEP II
Use your JAMB Registration Number AND the printed screening PIN to login to the LASU Online Screening Platform at https://services.lidc.lasu.edu.ng/admissionscreening for the screening after selecting UTME or Direct Entry (DE) Button.

STEP III
-Carefully fill in your personal details as required
Upload passport photograph NOT MORE THAN 20KB (JPEG)
-Save and proceed
-Carefully enter your UTME details
-Scan and Upload UTME result slip NOT MORE THAN 20KB (PDF)
-Save and proceed
-Select number of O’ Level sitting(s)
-Scan and Upload O’ Level result slip(s) NOT MORE THAN 20KB (PDF)
-Save and proceed
-Input required O’ Level details
-Save and proceed
Candidates must possess Five (5) O’ Level Credits in subjects relevant to their desired course of study at not more than Two (2) sittings, except Medicine and Dentistry that require ONLY One (1) sitting.
Candidates who wish to study any Engineering Course must possess Six (6) O’ Level Credits in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language, one Science subject and any other subject, ONLY if the O’ Level result used is Two (2) sittings.
Candidates with Awaiting Result status are eligible to apply for the screening but the awaited result must be uploaded latest Friday, 15th September, 2017.
Candidates with Awaiting Result status are also eligible to apply for the screening.
Credit in English Language is compulsory for admission into all courses in Lagos State University.
Candidates of Lagos State Origin who have proved their claims before the Independent Indigeneship Verification Committee (IIVC) MUST fill in their IIVC Code on the screening portal.
Note that ANY EXAMINATION TAKEN AFTER JULY 2017 IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

STEP IV
-Carefully preview all details supplied and CERTIFY that they are correct
-Click the “I CERTIFY” button if you agree with all details as displayed in the Preview.
-By ticking the “I Certify” button, the Candidate confirms that the screening will be premised ONLY on the supplied information as the screening decision is final. If you do not agree to the stated terms you will not be permitted to go beyond this point.
-Click the “Continue” button

STEP V
After submission, you will be redirected to the Screening Homepage
Enter your UTME REGISTRATION NUMBER then click DOWNLOAD RESULT to generate your SCREENING REPORT.

C. ONLINE SCREENING FOR ALL CANDIDATES
The Screening of Candidate(s) will be based on Point Grading System, using the UTME Score and SSCE (or equivalent) Grades in Five (5) BEST RELEVANT subjects to Candidate’s Choice of Course
The relevant subjects are obtainable from 2017 JAMB Brochure
Candidates are advised to study the O’ Level subject requirements for their Course of choice before participating in the online Admission Screening.
The Point grading system is as follows:

O\LEVEL SSCE (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) GRADING POINTS
GRADE POINT
A1 – 10
A2 (B2)-9
A3 (B3) -8
C4 -7
C5 – 6
C6 – 5
TOTAL OBTAINABLE
50 %

APPLICATION DEADLINE
Candidates should know that both payment and registration/updating would last for three weeks i.e. from Monday, 28th August to Friday, 15th September 2017 (12 midnight).
Please NOTE that the deadline for the Screening (Friday, 15th September, 2017) is STRICTLY adhered to, as there will be NO extension of the date.
All Online Screening complaints should be channeled to screeningsupport@lasu.edu.ng.

Afe Babalola University Finally Slams Federal Goverment Over New 120 Cut-Off Mark (See Details)

Afe Babalola University Finally Slams Federal Goverment Over New 120 Cut-Off Mark (See Details)


The founder of Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti, Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), yesterday slammed the Federal Government for reducing the cut-off mark for admission into universities, polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of education for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The legal luminary described the reduction as violence to the university system and a major setback to quality education in the country.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board announced on Tuesday the reduction of cut-off marks for candidates seeking admission into Nigerian universities to 120 and 100 for polytechnics and colleges of education in the country.


But Babalola, in a statement, said he was worried that the decision was taken without due consideration for its implication on the quality of education in Nigerian tertiary institutions.

“What is the whole essence of reducing cut-off marks for admission to as low as 120 for universities and 100 for polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of education? Will such an action enhance or reduce the quality of education?

“Will it give international recognition to the degrees awarded by the Nigerian universities which, in any case, are already being questioned? Is the reduction a deliberate ploy to make things worse?” Babalola quizzed.

The founder of Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti, Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), yesterday slammed the Federal Government for reducing the cut-off mark for admission into universities, polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of education for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The legal luminary described the reduction as violence to the university system and a major setback to quality education in the country.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board announced on Tuesday the reduction of cut-off marks for candidates seeking admission into Nigerian universities to 120 and 100 for polytechnics and colleges of education in the country.


But Babalola, in a statement, said he was worried that the decision was taken without due consideration for its implication on the quality of education in Nigerian tertiary institutions.

“What is the whole essence of reducing cut-off marks for admission to as low as 120 for universities and 100 for polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of education? Will such an action enhance or reduce the quality of education?

“Will it give international recognition to the degrees awarded by the Nigerian universities which, in any case, are already being questioned? Is the reduction a deliberate ploy to make things worse?” Babalola quizzed.

School Vibes: Ajayi Crowther University Student Hostel Selection Form is Finally Out – 2017/18 (See Details)

School Vibes: Ajayi Crowther University Student Hostel Selection Form is Finally Out – 2017/18 (See Details)

Ajayi Crowther University, ACU hostel selection application form for the 2017/2018 academic session is out and now available online.








This is to inform all the students of the Ajayi Crowther University (ACU), Oyo, that the management of the institution has activated the portal for the selection of hostel for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Students are advised to follow the link below to select their preferred hostel for the 2017/2018 academic session now.

CLICK HERE

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Ajayi Crowther University, ACU hostel selection application form for the 2017/2018 academic session is out and now available online.








This is to inform all the students of the Ajayi Crowther University (ACU), Oyo, that the management of the institution has activated the portal for the selection of hostel for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Students are advised to follow the link below to select their preferred hostel for the 2017/2018 academic session now.

CLICK HERE

Kindly Share this with others Below!

School Vibes: Check in! JABU Postgraduate Admission Form is Finally Out – 2017/2018 (See Details)

School Vibes: Check in! JABU Postgraduate Admission Form is Finally Out – 2017/2018 (See Details)

Joseph Ayo Babalola University, JABU postgraduate full-time and part-time programmes admission form for the 2017/2018 academic session is out.


The management of the Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its Full-time and part-time postgraduate programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

JABU Postgraduate Programmes.

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Food Science and Technology
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc) Food Science and Technology
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) with specialization in:
    • Crop Science and Production
    • Crop Protection
    • Crop Production and Management
    • Agroforestry
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  1. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Microbiology with specialization in
    • Medical Microbiology
    • Food and Industrial Microbiology
    • Environmental Microbiology
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Biochemistry with specialization in
    • Lipid Biochemistry
    • Food and Nutrition Biochemistry
    • Clinical/Medical Biochemistry
    • Environmental Biochemistry
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Biochemistry with specialization in
    • Lipid Biochemistry
    • Food and Nutrition Biochemistry
    • Clinical/Medical Biochemistry
    • Environmental Biochemistry
  3. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Industrial Chemistry with specialization in
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Industrial Chemistry
  4. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Industrial Chemistry with specialization in
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Industrial Chemistry
DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Accounting
  2. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)  Financial  Management
  3. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) Accounting
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Business Administration
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Business Administration with specialization in
    • Insurance and Risk Management
    • Marketing
    • General Management
  3.    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

JABU Admission Requirements for Masters Programmes.

Candidates for Master degree programmes must posses the following:
  1. Five ‘O’ level credits in relevant subjects including English and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.
  2.  
  3. ii   First degree in cognate field from Joseph Ayo Babalola University or any other recognized University with a minimum of Second Class Honours, or Postgraduate Diploma in cognate area from any recognized Institution with a CGPA not less than 4.0 on 5 point scale.
  4.  
  5. iii.  Candidates for admission into M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, who must obtain a minimum of Second Class Lower Division in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Agriculture, Engineering or any other related disciplines,  may be considered but such a Candidate will be required to make up for  deficiencies, as appropriate.
  6.  
  7. ACA, ACCA, ACIB, ACII, CAN etc. may also be considered for admission into PGD Accounting
  8.  
  9. For M.Sc. Business Administration, a Graduate with a B.Sc. degree in Insurance and Actuarial Science may be considered for M.Sc. Business Administration with option in Insurance and Risk Management.
  10.  
  11. Candidates would be required to take an oral or written interview

JABU Admission Requirements for PGD Programmes.

Candidates for Postgraduate Diploma must posses the following:
  1. Five ‘O’ level credits in relevant subjects including English and  Mathematics at not more than two sittings
  2.  
  3. HND or its equivalent in a cognate field from a recognized Institution, or minimum of a Third Class Degree from a recognized University.

How to Apply for JABU Postgraduate Programmes.

Application forms can be obtained from Academic Office, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State or any of the Underlisted places, on presentation of N 10, 000 bank draft drawn in favour of Joseph Ayo Babalola University. All drafts must carry the full names of applicants at the back.

1. Christ Apostolic Church, General Secretariat, Oba Isaac Akinyele Complex, Anlugbua, Bashorun, Ibadan.

2.\JABU Akure Office, Olukayode house Oshinle junction, Oluwatuyi Road, Akure. Ondo State. (GSM 08034478648).

3.\JABU Lagos Office: No 50, Ikorodu Road, Fadeyi, Lagos State.

4.\Atanda Continuing Education Centre, Oluyole Estate S.W. Ring Road, Ibadan. (GSM 08051382613)

5.   CAC, FCC, DCC Headquarters, Stadium/Games Village, Roundabout before VIO Office, Area 1, Abuja

6.Christolad Bookshop, Shop 4, Ibukun-Oluwa Shopping Complex, Opposite City Stadium, Omo-West Area, Osogbo.

7.Christ Apostolic Church, Rivers DCC, 25, Umuduru Street, Mile 3, Diobu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

For Online Application:

CLICK HERE.

JABU application form account:

GTB ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0049084367.

Completed application form must be accompanied with photocopies of the following:
I.       WASC/GCE 0 Level Certificate
II.      Bachelors Degree Certificate for Masters degree applicants
III.     NYSC discharge Certificate/Certificate of Exemption (where applicable)
IV.      Marriage Certificate or evidence of change of name where applicable
V.       Bank draft or Teller of payment

Candidates must ensure that their academic transcripts are sent directly to: Secretary, Postgraduate College, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State.
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, JABU postgraduate full-time and part-time programmes admission form for the 2017/2018 academic session is out.


The management of the Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its Full-time and part-time postgraduate programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

JABU Postgraduate Programmes.

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Food Science and Technology
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc) Food Science and Technology
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) with specialization in:
    • Crop Science and Production
    • Crop Protection
    • Crop Production and Management
    • Agroforestry
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  1. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Microbiology with specialization in
    • Medical Microbiology
    • Food and Industrial Microbiology
    • Environmental Microbiology
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Biochemistry with specialization in
    • Lipid Biochemistry
    • Food and Nutrition Biochemistry
    • Clinical/Medical Biochemistry
    • Environmental Biochemistry
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Biochemistry with specialization in
    • Lipid Biochemistry
    • Food and Nutrition Biochemistry
    • Clinical/Medical Biochemistry
    • Environmental Biochemistry
  3. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Industrial Chemistry with specialization in
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Industrial Chemistry
  4. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Industrial Chemistry with specialization in
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Analytical Chemistry
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Industrial Chemistry
DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Accounting
  2. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)  Financial  Management
  3. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) Accounting
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  1. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Business Administration
  2. Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Business Administration with specialization in
    • Insurance and Risk Management
    • Marketing
    • General Management
  3.    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

JABU Admission Requirements for Masters Programmes.

Candidates for Master degree programmes must posses the following:
  1. Five ‘O’ level credits in relevant subjects including English and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.
  2.  
  3. ii   First degree in cognate field from Joseph Ayo Babalola University or any other recognized University with a minimum of Second Class Honours, or Postgraduate Diploma in cognate area from any recognized Institution with a CGPA not less than 4.0 on 5 point scale.
  4.  
  5. iii.  Candidates for admission into M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, who must obtain a minimum of Second Class Lower Division in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Agriculture, Engineering or any other related disciplines,  may be considered but such a Candidate will be required to make up for  deficiencies, as appropriate.
  6.  
  7. ACA, ACCA, ACIB, ACII, CAN etc. may also be considered for admission into PGD Accounting
  8.  
  9. For M.Sc. Business Administration, a Graduate with a B.Sc. degree in Insurance and Actuarial Science may be considered for M.Sc. Business Administration with option in Insurance and Risk Management.
  10.  
  11. Candidates would be required to take an oral or written interview

JABU Admission Requirements for PGD Programmes.

Candidates for Postgraduate Diploma must posses the following:
  1. Five ‘O’ level credits in relevant subjects including English and  Mathematics at not more than two sittings
  2.  
  3. HND or its equivalent in a cognate field from a recognized Institution, or minimum of a Third Class Degree from a recognized University.

How to Apply for JABU Postgraduate Programmes.

Application forms can be obtained from Academic Office, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State or any of the Underlisted places, on presentation of N 10, 000 bank draft drawn in favour of Joseph Ayo Babalola University. All drafts must carry the full names of applicants at the back.

1. Christ Apostolic Church, General Secretariat, Oba Isaac Akinyele Complex, Anlugbua, Bashorun, Ibadan.

2.\JABU Akure Office, Olukayode house Oshinle junction, Oluwatuyi Road, Akure. Ondo State. (GSM 08034478648).

3.\JABU Lagos Office: No 50, Ikorodu Road, Fadeyi, Lagos State.

4.\Atanda Continuing Education Centre, Oluyole Estate S.W. Ring Road, Ibadan. (GSM 08051382613)

5.   CAC, FCC, DCC Headquarters, Stadium/Games Village, Roundabout before VIO Office, Area 1, Abuja

6.Christolad Bookshop, Shop 4, Ibukun-Oluwa Shopping Complex, Opposite City Stadium, Omo-West Area, Osogbo.

7.Christ Apostolic Church, Rivers DCC, 25, Umuduru Street, Mile 3, Diobu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

For Online Application:

CLICK HERE.

JABU application form account:

GTB ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0049084367.

Completed application form must be accompanied with photocopies of the following:
I.       WASC/GCE 0 Level Certificate
II.      Bachelors Degree Certificate for Masters degree applicants
III.     NYSC discharge Certificate/Certificate of Exemption (where applicable)
IV.      Marriage Certificate or evidence of change of name where applicable
V.       Bank draft or Teller of payment

Candidates must ensure that their academic transcripts are sent directly to: Secretary, Postgraduate College, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State.

School Vibes: JABU Admission Screening Form Now Out – 2017/18 (Post UTME / Direct Entry)

School Vibes: JABU Admission Screening Form Now Out – 2017/18 (Post UTME / Direct Entry)

Joseph Ayo Babalola University, JABU admission screening forms for UTME and Direct Entry candidates for the 2017/2018 academic session are now on sale.





Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) various undergraduate programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session. Both UTME and Direct Entry candidates are welcome to apply.

JABU Admission Requirements.

Candidates wishing to apply for admission into the University must possess GCE, O/L, SSCE (WAEC), NECO, NABTEB or equivalent with minimum credit passes in five subjects including English Language and Mathematics at one or two sittings. Interested candidates who have already applied to JAMB for admission and wish to change their first choice University to Joseph Ayo Babalola University are required to:
  1. Apply for change of institution through JAMB;
  2. Obtain Joseph Ayo Babalola university Application Form;
  3. Participate in the screening exercise.
“Awaiting result” candidates can also apply provided their results will be available by September of the year in which admission is required. Specific College/Departmental requirements are as indicated below.

Admission Requirements – Direct Entry Candidates.

  1. 5 relevant credit passes at WASC (SSCE), NECO or equivalent subjects listed under each programme, two of which must be at ‘A’ Level.
  2. OND with upper Credit or NCE at Credit level in any institution recognized by the University.
  3. Joseph Ayo Babalola University Diploma.
  4. Diploma from any other recognized Universities.

JABU Available Undergraduate Programmes and Requirements.

1.  COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
  1. B. Agric. With option in:
    • Agricultural Economics and Extension Services
    • Animal Science and Production
  2. B.Sc. Food Science and Technology
College Admission Requirements:
Five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE,NECO or equivalent to include English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Agricultural Science and Economics. A pass in Physics is acceptable.
2. COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Arc. Architecture
  2. B.Sc. Estate Management
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For Architecture, Estate Management: 5 credit passes at SSCE, NECO or equivalent in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any one of the following: Geography, Fine Art, Economics, Technical Drawing, Building Construction, Biology and Agric Science.
3. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES
  1. B.A English
  2. B.A History and international Studies
  3. B.A Religious Studies
College Admission Requirements:
  1. Five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE, NECO or equivalent in English Language and four other Arts and Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.A. English, the other four subjects must include literature in English.
  3. For B.A. History and international Studies, the four subjects must include Government or History.
4. COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc. Biochemistry
  2. B.Sc.Computer Science
  3. B.Sc.Microbiology
  4. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B. Sc. Biochemistry, five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE or equivalent, including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
  2. For B.Sc. Microbiology, Agricultural Science is acceptable in lieu of Biology.
  3. For B.Sc. Computer Science: five ‘O’ Level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any of Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Geography.
5. COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc.Economics
  2. B.Sc. Mass Communication
  3. B.Sc. International Relations
  4. B.Sc.. Political Science
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B.Sc. Economics: candidates must possess 5 ‘O’ Level credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.Sc. Political Science and International Relations: 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes in English Language, Government/History and any other 3 subjects at least, a pass in Mathematics is required.
  3. For B.Sc. Mass Communication, the 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes must include English Language and Literature in English. At least, a pass in Mathematics is required.
6. COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc. Accounting
  2. B.Sc. Business Administration
  3. B.Sc. Entrepreneurship
  4. B.Sc. Industrial Relation and Human Resources Management
  5. B.Sc. Insurance
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B.Sc. Business Administration, insurance, Entrepreneurship and Accounting candidates must possess 5 ‘O’ Level credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.Sc. Industrial Relation and Human Resources Management, 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes must include Mathematics and English Language.
7. COLLEGE OF LAW
  1. i)  Bachelor of Law (LL.B) Hons

How to Apply for JABU Admission.

Application forms can be obtained on the presentation of N5,000 to be paid into JABU GTB ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0049084367.
Follow the link below to apply online.
CLICK HERE.

About Joseph Ayo Babalola University.

Joseph Ayo Babalola University is licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria to operate as a faith- . based Private University. It is located at Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State, along Ilesa-Akure Road Ikeji Arakeji provides a serene atmosphere for scholarship. It is ideal for proper academic activities and character training, being reasonably removed from the corrupting influence of city life.
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, JABU admission screening forms for UTME and Direct Entry candidates for the 2017/2018 academic session are now on sale.





Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) various undergraduate programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session. Both UTME and Direct Entry candidates are welcome to apply.

JABU Admission Requirements.

Candidates wishing to apply for admission into the University must possess GCE, O/L, SSCE (WAEC), NECO, NABTEB or equivalent with minimum credit passes in five subjects including English Language and Mathematics at one or two sittings. Interested candidates who have already applied to JAMB for admission and wish to change their first choice University to Joseph Ayo Babalola University are required to:
  1. Apply for change of institution through JAMB;
  2. Obtain Joseph Ayo Babalola university Application Form;
  3. Participate in the screening exercise.
“Awaiting result” candidates can also apply provided their results will be available by September of the year in which admission is required. Specific College/Departmental requirements are as indicated below.

Admission Requirements – Direct Entry Candidates.

  1. 5 relevant credit passes at WASC (SSCE), NECO or equivalent subjects listed under each programme, two of which must be at ‘A’ Level.
  2. OND with upper Credit or NCE at Credit level in any institution recognized by the University.
  3. Joseph Ayo Babalola University Diploma.
  4. Diploma from any other recognized Universities.

JABU Available Undergraduate Programmes and Requirements.

1.  COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
  1. B. Agric. With option in:
    • Agricultural Economics and Extension Services
    • Animal Science and Production
  2. B.Sc. Food Science and Technology
College Admission Requirements:
Five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE,NECO or equivalent to include English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Agricultural Science and Economics. A pass in Physics is acceptable.
2. COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Arc. Architecture
  2. B.Sc. Estate Management
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For Architecture, Estate Management: 5 credit passes at SSCE, NECO or equivalent in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any one of the following: Geography, Fine Art, Economics, Technical Drawing, Building Construction, Biology and Agric Science.
3. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES
  1. B.A English
  2. B.A History and international Studies
  3. B.A Religious Studies
College Admission Requirements:
  1. Five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE, NECO or equivalent in English Language and four other Arts and Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.A. English, the other four subjects must include literature in English.
  3. For B.A. History and international Studies, the four subjects must include Government or History.
4. COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc. Biochemistry
  2. B.Sc.Computer Science
  3. B.Sc.Microbiology
  4. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B. Sc. Biochemistry, five ‘O’ Level credit passes at SSCE or equivalent, including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
  2. For B.Sc. Microbiology, Agricultural Science is acceptable in lieu of Biology.
  3. For B.Sc. Computer Science: five ‘O’ Level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any of Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Geography.
5. COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc.Economics
  2. B.Sc. Mass Communication
  3. B.Sc. International Relations
  4. B.Sc.. Political Science
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B.Sc. Economics: candidates must possess 5 ‘O’ Level credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.Sc. Political Science and International Relations: 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes in English Language, Government/History and any other 3 subjects at least, a pass in Mathematics is required.
  3. For B.Sc. Mass Communication, the 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes must include English Language and Literature in English. At least, a pass in Mathematics is required.
6. COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
  1. B.Sc. Accounting
  2. B.Sc. Business Administration
  3. B.Sc. Entrepreneurship
  4. B.Sc. Industrial Relation and Human Resources Management
  5. B.Sc. Insurance
College Admission Requirements:
  1. For B.Sc. Business Administration, insurance, Entrepreneurship and Accounting candidates must possess 5 ‘O’ Level credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
  2. For B.Sc. Industrial Relation and Human Resources Management, 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes must include Mathematics and English Language.
7. COLLEGE OF LAW
  1. i)  Bachelor of Law (LL.B) Hons

How to Apply for JABU Admission.

Application forms can be obtained on the presentation of N5,000 to be paid into JABU GTB ACCOUNT NUMBER : 0049084367.
Follow the link below to apply online.
CLICK HERE.

About Joseph Ayo Babalola University.

Joseph Ayo Babalola University is licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria to operate as a faith- . based Private University. It is located at Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State, along Ilesa-Akure Road Ikeji Arakeji provides a serene atmosphere for scholarship. It is ideal for proper academic activities and character training, being reasonably removed from the corrupting influence of city life.

School Vibes: UNILAG School of Foundation Studies, Recruitment for Teachers for the 2017/2018 Academic Session

School Vibes: UNILAG School of Foundation Studies, Recruitment for Teachers for the 2017/2018 Academic Session


The University of Lagos (UNILAG) School of Foundation Studies invites suitably qualified academic staff from the various Faculties to apply for teaching positions in the School of Foundation Studies to teach any of the 18 subjects listed below. Please indicate the aspect of the subject as detailed in the JUPEB Syllabus, you may be able to handle

  1. Accounting
  2. Biology
  3. Business Studies
  4. Chemistry
  5. Christian Religious Studies
  6. Economics
  7. French
  8. Geography
  9. Government
  10. History
  11. Igbo
  12. Islamic Religious Studies
  13. Literature in English
  14. Mathematics
  15. Music
  16. Physics
  17. Visual Arts
  18. Yoruba
Interested academic staff of the University are advised to obtain Application Form at the SFS office from Wednesday, 12th July 2017.

Completed application form should be submitted at the SFS office on or before Friday, 21st July, 2017.

The University of Lagos (UNILAG) School of Foundation Studies invites suitably qualified academic staff from the various Faculties to apply for teaching positions in the School of Foundation Studies to teach any of the 18 subjects listed below. Please indicate the aspect of the subject as detailed in the JUPEB Syllabus, you may be able to handle

  1. Accounting
  2. Biology
  3. Business Studies
  4. Chemistry
  5. Christian Religious Studies
  6. Economics
  7. French
  8. Geography
  9. Government
  10. History
  11. Igbo
  12. Islamic Religious Studies
  13. Literature in English
  14. Mathematics
  15. Music
  16. Physics
  17. Visual Arts
  18. Yoruba
Interested academic staff of the University are advised to obtain Application Form at the SFS office from Wednesday, 12th July 2017.

Completed application form should be submitted at the SFS office on or before Friday, 21st July, 2017.

School Vibes: How to Easily Check Your 2017 WAEC May/June Result Online On Your Mobile Phone

School Vibes: How to Easily Check Your 2017 WAEC May/June Result Online On Your Mobile Phone


How to check 2017 WAEC Result online – The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released the 2017 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.

This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the 2017 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) May/June WASSCE that they can now check their results online.

According to the statistics released by WAEC, 59.22%, obtained minimum of credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics  


How to Check WAEC Result Online
 
 You don’t need to buy any scratch card to check your WAEC result. The result checker PIN and Serial Number are contained on the flip side of the candidates’ CIVAMPENS Card issued to all candidates by WAEC.
  1. Go to WAEC result checking portal at http://www.waecdirect.org.
  2. Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.
  3. Select your Examination Year i.e. 2017.
  4. Select your Examination Type i.e. SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULT.
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number.
  6. Enter the Card PIN.
  7. Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2017 WAEC Result.
I have a problem in checking my WAEC result Please help?
Kindly send the following details to waecsupport@fleettechltd.com for verification and assistance
1. Error message displayed
2. Your examination number
3. Type of Exam
4. Year of Exam.


How to check 2017 WAEC Result online – The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released the 2017 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.

This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the 2017 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) May/June WASSCE that they can now check their results online.

According to the statistics released by WAEC, 59.22%, obtained minimum of credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics  


How to Check WAEC Result Online
 
 You don’t need to buy any scratch card to check your WAEC result. The result checker PIN and Serial Number are contained on the flip side of the candidates’ CIVAMPENS Card issued to all candidates by WAEC.
  1. Go to WAEC result checking portal at http://www.waecdirect.org.
  2. Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.
  3. Select your Examination Year i.e. 2017.
  4. Select your Examination Type i.e. SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULT.
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number.
  6. Enter the Card PIN.
  7. Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2017 WAEC Result.
I have a problem in checking my WAEC result Please help?
Kindly send the following details to waecsupport@fleettechltd.com for verification and assistance
1. Error message displayed
2. Your examination number
3. Type of Exam
4. Year of Exam.

School Gist: TASUED 2nd Semester Exams Timetable - 2016/17 (Final)

School Gist: TASUED 2nd Semester Exams Timetable - 2016/17 (Final)

Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED examinations timetable for second semester, 2016/2017 academic session.

 
The management of the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has released the final timetable for the 2016/2017 academic session second semester Examination.


TASUED Exam Timetable.

DATE/DAYSCOURSE CODECOURSE CODE
 IJAGUNOSOSA
WED
12/07/2017
EDU 421
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU 421
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
13/07/2017
GNS 222
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS 222
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
FRI
14/07/2017
EDU 222
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU222
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
MON
17/07/2017
VOS412, 416, 417
COSMAS 8AM – 9AM
COSPED 9AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 11PM
COSIT 11AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 1PM
VOS 312, 316, 317
COSMAS 8AM – 9AM
COSPED 9AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 11PM
COSIT 11AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 1PM
TUE
18/07/2017
ENT 221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
ENT 221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
WED
19/07/2017
ENT 321
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT 321
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
20/07/2017
EDU 322
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU322
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
FRI
21/07/2017
ENT 121
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
MON
24/07/2017
EDU 221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
TUE
25/07/2017
EDU 121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU 121
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
WED
26/07/2017
EDU 321
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU 321
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
TUE
01/08/2017
EDU 422
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU422
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
WED
02/08/2017
ENT 421
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT 421
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
03/08/2017
GNS221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
THUR
10/08/2017
EDU323
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU323
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
TUE
15/08/2017
GNS121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS121
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
Please note that online course registration (E-course Registration) is a prerequisite for e-test accessibility. Students are advised to get to the e-test venue according to the time allotted to their Colleges.
MSG Team wishes all TASUEDites success in their forthcoming examination.
Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED examinations timetable for second semester, 2016/2017 academic session.

 
The management of the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has released the final timetable for the 2016/2017 academic session second semester Examination.


TASUED Exam Timetable.

DATE/DAYSCOURSE CODECOURSE CODE
 IJAGUNOSOSA
WED
12/07/2017
EDU 421
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU 421
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
13/07/2017
GNS 222
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS 222
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
FRI
14/07/2017
EDU 222
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU222
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
MON
17/07/2017
VOS412, 416, 417
COSMAS 8AM – 9AM
COSPED 9AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 11PM
COSIT 11AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 1PM
VOS 312, 316, 317
COSMAS 8AM – 9AM
COSPED 9AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 11PM
COSIT 11AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 1PM
TUE
18/07/2017
ENT 221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
ENT 221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
WED
19/07/2017
ENT 321
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT 321
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
20/07/2017
EDU 322
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU322
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
FRI
21/07/2017
ENT 121
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
MON
24/07/2017
EDU 221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
TUE
25/07/2017
EDU 121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
EDU 121
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
WED
26/07/2017
EDU 321
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU 321
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
TUE
01/08/2017
EDU 422
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU422
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
WED
02/08/2017
ENT 421
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
ENT 421
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
THUR
03/08/2017
GNS221
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS221
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
THUR
10/08/2017
EDU323
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSPED 10AM – 12AM
COHUM 12AM – 2PM
EDU323
COSMAS 8AM – 10AM
COVTED 10AM – 12AM
TUE
15/08/2017
GNS121
COSIT 8AM – 10AM
COSMAS 10AM – 12AM
COVTED 12AM – 2PM
GNS121
COSPED 8AM – 10AM
COHUM 10AM – 12AM
Please note that online course registration (E-course Registration) is a prerequisite for e-test accessibility. Students are advised to get to the e-test venue according to the time allotted to their Colleges.
MSG Team wishes all TASUEDites success in their forthcoming examination.

School Vibes: Osun State Poly Iree HND Admission Screening Date, Fees – 2017/18

School Vibes: Osun State Poly Iree HND Admission Screening Date, Fees – 2017/18

Osun State Polytechnic, Iree HND admission screening  schedule and fees for the 2017/2018 academic session have been announced.


The screening exercise for applicants into the Higher National Diploma (HND) programme of Osun State Polytechnic Iree for 2017/2018 academic session now holds on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd August, 2017.

Applicants are urged to purchase the Screening Card at a sum of N3,000 at the OSPOLY Microfinance Bank, Iree or its branches located at Ayetoro, Osogbo or Isokun Junction, Ilesa.
Application Forms are also still available in the aforementioned banks . Please note that the screening will be Computer Based Test (CBT).
Osun State Polytechnic, Iree HND admission screening  schedule and fees for the 2017/2018 academic session have been announced.


The screening exercise for applicants into the Higher National Diploma (HND) programme of Osun State Polytechnic Iree for 2017/2018 academic session now holds on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd August, 2017.

Applicants are urged to purchase the Screening Card at a sum of N3,000 at the OSPOLY Microfinance Bank, Iree or its branches located at Ayetoro, Osogbo or Isokun Junction, Ilesa.
Application Forms are also still available in the aforementioned banks . Please note that the screening will be Computer Based Test (CBT).
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