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Thursday, 20 November 2014

2014/2015 UNIPORT Releases Details of School Fees

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The management of University of port Harcourt has released details of fees payable by students according to departments.
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To access this simply click here

Click on "Fee details"

Select your programme, School, Department, Level,Session, Diploma/Degree, Fee Type, Category and Fee Name

Then click on "Show Fee"

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Nigeria Launches YouWin Batch 4

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President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday in Abuja launched the $50 million Venture Capital Fund also known as the YouWin! Small and Medium Enterprise, SME,-Growth Fund.Nigeria Launches YouWin Batch 4

Mr. Jonathan launched the fund alongside the fourth round of the Youth Enterprise with Innovation in Nigeria (YouWin) programme at an event held at the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa.

The fourth edition is expected to support additional 1,500 entrepreneurs along with the SME-Growth fund, which is a private equity fund for entrepreneurs.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Jonathan said the new enterprise fund would enable those who won previous grants from the YouWin programme to take their businesses to the next level.

He said judicious administration of the fund would require hard work on the side of government, adding that if government worked hard, it could attract more contributions from investors.

The president further noted that the new fund would be managed by independent fund managers alongside the government and “you will not need to know somebody to access it”.

He said that selection of beneficiaries would be highly competitive and strictly based on merit.

The president lauded the efforts of the Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, whom, she said, has so far successfully coordinated three batches of the YouWin programme.

Citing available records, Mr. Jonathan expressed delight that a total of 22,000 jobs had been created by the first and second editions of YouWin.

He expressed the hope that with the launch of the fourth edition, the total number of jobs would rise to 44,000.

The president, who had earlier inspected an exhibition by beneficiaries of the programme, expressed happiness over the quality of products which, he said, were of international standard.

Describing YouWin as arguably one of the finest initiatives of his administration, Mr. Jonathan said that the response of youths to the programme was a source of pleasure to him.

In her speech, Ms. Okonjo-Iweala said that the disbursement of funds in the third phase of the programme would commence shortly as the hitches had been cleared.

She added that another 1,500 entrepreneurs would be supported with grants of between one million naira and 10 million naira to enable them to improve or run their businesses, expand them and create jobs.

Source: PremiumTimesNG
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Federal Government To Engage 2,000 Rivers Graduates Through SURE-P

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Federal Government is to engage 2,000 graduates in Rivers State in its Graduate Internship Scheme, GIS, under the Subsidy Re-Investment and Empowerment Programme, SURE-P.FG To Engage 2,000 Rivers Graduates Through SURE-P

Director, SURE-P GIS, Mr. Peter Papka, who spoke yesterday in Port Harcourt at the opening of the Graduate Internship Opportunities Fair, said about 2000 graduates from the state would be placed in the scheme from among participants at the three-day exercise.

He said the GIS was one of the units in SURE-P aimed at creating job opportunities for unemployed graduates in the country, adding that the internship fair was a forum for firms and graduates to interact.

Papka said: "We are doing this internship fair to create an avenue for firms to meet the graduates directly. This will afford the firms an opportunity to assess the graduates before employment."

He enjoined the graduates, who appeared yesterday at the fair, to use the opportunity of the forum to prove their worth before would be employers.

Source: VanguardNG
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Nigerian Student Jailed for Defrauding American Lady of $1,100

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A Nigerian undergraduate, Rilwan Adedigba, who claimed to be studying in University of Cairo, Egypt, has been jailed for defrauding an American woman, Zen Cariboso, of $1,100 (N176, 000) dollars through an internet love scam.
 
Justice Kudirat Jose, sitting at an Ikeja High Court on Thursday, sentenced 26-year-old Adedigba to 30 months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to the offences during his re-arraignment.

According to Vanguard NGR online, Jose also ordered the convict to refund the 1,100 US dollars to the victim as restitution.

She also ordered him to forfeit the car he had bought from the proceeds his crime to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The judge asked Adedigba to write an undertaking to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to be of good behaviour after his release from prison.


Source: VanguardNGR
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TIPS: JAMB 2015 UTME Guide to Success

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Do you want score above 250 in this year JAMB?, Do you want to get admission this year?, Are you tired of writing JAMB again? Then you need to read this tips below:

Tips 1. Following the words of the JAMB Registrar after the 2014 exercise, Prof Dibu Ojerinde said: “We have gone digital in JAMB.” What he meant by ‘going digital’ is that the Jamb 2014/2015 UTME examination is going to be a Computer Based Test. To avoid surprises in the exam hall, we encourage participants to learn how to operate a computer system which is as simple as ABC.

In the examination hall, your computer will be “timed” when it reached the allotted time, it will switch off, even if you have not answer any question! So the call to be fast is needed.

Tips 2. All admission seeking candidates in the Jamb 2014, mostly candidates within the South- Eastern environs are advice to make early registrations for the JAMB 2014/2015 UTME to avoid missing out on available centers. Last session (Jamb 2013), with the record number of 1.8 Million candidates who participated in the examination, Centres were exhausted within three months of registrations, and late registrants were pushed to the North, north east and north central zones of the country to take their
examinations.

if you are not in the north, i know you don’t want to risk going to the North to write your jamb exam, due to the the terror insurgence.

A lot of candidates miss the last year jamb exercise due to this problem, so we encourage you to purchase the form as soon as possible.

Tips 3. Applicants who wrote the JAMB 2013/2014 UTME examination and selected the Paper and Pencil Type (PPT) were basically Victims of inefficiency of marking by the board, with majority of them, being forced to settle with scores that are not theirs, we therefore advice candidates applying for the JAMB 2014/2015 UTME to thread carefully, on what to type of exam to select, we recommend the Computer Based Test (CBT) and if you are good with computer, then there is no need to be scared of it.

From last year experience, a lot of candidates who wrote last year jamb and choose CBT came out with flying colours. it is up to you which one you want to go for. But thread carefully.

Tips 4. From statistic, over 1.8 Million Nigerian
Students registered and participated in the JAMB 2013/2014 UTME exercise, and not more than 450,000 of these students were admitted, together with over 1.2 million students leaving our various high schools, due to the low amount to candidates who are offered admission last year, we are very sure more than 2 million candidates will participate in the JAMB 2014-2015 UTME exams.

We therefore advice candidates to prepare for the competitions. One way to beat it is to Jack your book (read your book).

Tips 5. The JAMB 2014 candidates are advised to stay away from the Most Selected Institutions as outlined below;

• University Of Lagos (Unilag)
• University Of Benin (Uniben)
• University Of Nigeria (UNN)
• University Of Ilorin (Unilorin)
• Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. (Unizik)
• Federal University of Technology, Owerri (Futo)
• University of Ibadan (UI)
• University of Port Harcourt (Uniport)

This are popular-one of the popular- institutions in Nigeria. The reason why we advice that you stay away from this universities is to boost your chances of admission, not because you are not intelligent, but because admission slots are very limited, the competition in these institutions is higher and if it is not your catchment area, then your chance of getting admitted is equal to zero.

But still, if you must choose any of the above institutions, please also look for Universities that accept 2nd choice and that are not too competitive. Take note of this as you will remember it when Admission commence. Now success tips 6 will show us courses that are very competitive and why you have to ignore them.

Tips 6. All candidates seeking Admission into Tertiary Institutions via the JAMB 2014/2015 UTME exercise are advice to be very careful in their selection of courses, it is no news that the following courses have the highest number of applicants.

• Medicine And Surgery
• Economics
• Accounting
• Law/Civil Law
• Pharmacy etc.
• Mechanical Engr/civil/elect elect etc.

Selecting one of the above means you will be competing with thousands of candidates for the space, which is likely not up to hundreds in all the Institutions. But if you are however interested in any of the above courses, you must learn how to balance your selections appropriately to increase your chances of getting admitted. Ensure you also select courses that has few number of candidates, and by so ding, you can be sure of your Admission and if you so please, you can apply for change of course after been admitted.

This is as to boost your chances of admission, not because you are not intelligent, but because slots are limited,competition is higher and you are getting older, plus, ASUU would make you age before time,
hence, make hay while the sun shine.

Tips 7. It is important also that you know the accreditation status of the course(s) you want to apply for in the choice Institutions before submitting your application.

What is Accreditation of course?
Some university offer courses that has not been approved by the National Universities Commission
(NUC) , and if you end up in one of those departments, you would have wasted your years for nothing! Because you won’t be given any original certificate! For example; Medicine and Surgery has NOT been accredited in the Benue State University, BSUM and many others Universities, and candidates who is admitted into BSUM will end up spending 8+ years in vain.

How will you know if your course has been accredited in your choice institution?
You can know this from the Jamb 2014 Brochure that will be given to you when you purchase the Jamb 2014-2015 UTME Form. Also you can drop your comment and we will let you know if you are good to go.

Tips 8. Most Institutions requires a cut-off of 240
in the JAMB-UTME. (example of such institution isUniversity of Ilorin ) the minimum cut off for Medicine in Unilorin is 240 and 220+ for major courses, while admission at the University of Ibadan and Unilag begins with your O-Level results, herefore, its very important that you have the basic requirements of the Institution before applying for admission. In fact, this apply to almost all the Institutions in Nigeria. Ensure you have your COMPLETE O’LEVEL RESULTS for your chosen courses before buying Jamb, if you don’t have, you are only going to frustrate yourself. Even when you are admitted, you will be screen out after they collect your acceptance fee and school fee.

Tips 9. DO NOT apply for admission into Institutions outside your catchment areas, else, you risk your chance of being admitted.

Tips 10. Take note: Once you have submitted your
application form for the JAMB 2014/2015 UTME, there is no more opportunity to initial any change, therefore, we advice candidates to check all the fields properly, including passport, names, first and second institutions, finger prints before submission, because all would be verified before you are admitted for the JAMB 2014 Examination.


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Kogi State Polytechnic Extends 2014/2015 Full Time Application for Admission

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Kogi State Polytechnic has extecnded tha closing date for her 2014/2015 admission application into the school’s full time programmes. Interested members of the public that are yet to apply are hereby informed to grab this opportunity.
 
The Application into the 2014/2015 Full-Time Programmes has been reopened for another two (2) weeks. Interested applicants are enjoined to register within this period of grace.

Full Time Admission Application Duration

Monday 17th Nov – Monday 1st December 2014.

Interested Applicants should Fill the Form online and submit 2 Copies of the Print-out to the Admission Office, Main campus Lokoja.

Interested applicants that want To Pay online and fill the Application formshould Click Here

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Osun State Polytechnic Iree HND Application Form 2014/2015 Out - Click Here to Apply

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Osun State Poly, Iree Higher National Diploma admission form for 2014/2015 is now out on sale. Interested members of the public are hereby informed. The closing date of application has also been announced.

 Osun State Polytechnic
The management of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree wishes to inform the general public that the school’s Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes  admission application form for the 2014/2015 academic session is now available for purchase by candidates that are interested in studying in the institution.

Interested and suitably qualified candidates are required to purchase the application and screening form. The cost of the application form is N8,000 while the Screening Form goes for N2,700.

The screening examination date is Saturday, 22 November, 2014 at 11am. Note that you can purchase the form at the venue because it closes at 9am on that day.

To register, simply go to http://www.ireepolyosun-ng.com/hnd-registration.php.

Note: The registration scratch card is available at OSPOLY MICROFINANCE Bank Iree.

Best of luck.
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Kwara State Polytechnic Imporatnt Notice to Returning Students

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This is to inform returning students of Kwara state Polytechnic that the registration has commenced.

Students are to ensure that the do their registration on or before November 22nd, 2014 as the portal will close on the stated date.

Failure to do so will imply the forfeiture of your studentship.

Students are advised to comply accordingly.
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Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti 2014/2015 Admission List Update

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Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti has released the merit admission list for the 2014/2015 academic session. The Fed Poly Ado admission list has been uploaded on the JAMB admission status-checking portal. This means it is the only place you can check it.
 
Names of students that have been offered provisional admission are uploaded in batches. People that did not see their names initially may see it now. All you have to do is go to the official JAMB portal and check.

To check your admission status on the official website of JAMB (www.jamb.org.ng), provide the required details and check. Just like we said earlier, the admission lists are uploaded in batches. If you get a message that you have not been offered by Ado Poly yet, check back later.


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Federal Polytechnic Idah 2014/2015 Registration Guidelines for Newly Admitted Students

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1.The Admitted candidates are expected to visit the school portal www.fepoda.edu.ngenter their JAMB Registration Number (for ND) and Admission Form Number (for HND) into the space provided to enable them print their ADMISSION LETTER and THE ACCEPTANCE LETTER. Candidates should go to any of the following banks to pay the sum of N5, 000.00 (non-refundable) as the acceptance fee.


UBA
1000499115
Federal Polytechnic Idah


Zenith
1012030663
Federal Polytechnic Idah

Ecobank
5832002553
Federal Polytechnic Idah

Mainstreet
6000095228
Federal Polytechnic Idah


1.Candidates should visit the Admissions Office for the Clearance Certificate and collection of undertaking form with the copies of the Admission Letter, the Acceptance Letter and the Receipt for the payment of the ACCEPTANCE FEE.

2. Candidates should go to their departments with their original documents for departmental screening.

3. Admitted candidates who are successful in the Departmental Screening can then go to any of the banks specified above for the payment of SCHOOL FEE. Then they are also expected to go the Head of Students Accounts Office (Bursary) after payment with the Bank Teller and Receipt of the Acceptance Fee for documentation.

4. They should take the completed undertaking form to the High Court, Department and Students Affairs for signature.

5.They are also expected to go to the Medical Center for Medical Test.

6.They are expected to go to the ICT Center of the Federal Polytechnic, Idah or any cyber café of their choice for their COURSE REGISTRATION form.

7.(a) On completion of the course registration form, they should print three (3) copies of the course form, and take same to the Head of Department for signature. Thereafter they should submit one copy to the department, one to the admissions office and keep one copy. Note that copy of the evidence of payment of school fees should be included in the document for submission at the department and admission office

(b)All NDI Students (except those through PRE-ND) are to purchase and complete the Polytechnic Admission Form before final submission.

8. Final registration to be done at the Admissions Office and the department.

9. Registration closes two weeks after resumption.

NOTE:
Registration after stipulated time attracts a late registration fee of five thousand naira (N5,000.00) only. Expedite action and ensure that you register on time to avoid being penalized.

Signed
Registrar
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