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How To Print NYSC Batch ‘B’ Stream II Call-up Letter Online – 2017

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National Youth Service Corps, NYSC call up letters for 2017 Batch ‘B‘ Prospective Corps Members is now available for printing online.

This is to inform all the 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream II prospective corps members that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has opened the portal for printing of call up letters.

Prospective Corps members are expected to log on to the NYSC Portal to commence printing of their Call-up letters.

Prospective Corps Members that did not make payment during online registration are to start collection of the Call-up Letters from their respective institutions of graduation.

How to Print NYSC Call-Up Letters.

Go to NYSC portal at http://portal.nysc.org.ng.
Login with your registered email and password.
Click on ‘Print Call Up Letter’ link to access and print your call-up letter.
NB: PCMs posted to these States to reprint Call-up letters, If earlier printed.

(A) Cross-River – NYSC Orientation Camp, Umunna Bende, Abia.

(B) Ebonyi – NYSC Orientation Camp, Agwu, Enugu

(C) Kwara- NYSC Orientation Camp Iseyin, Oyo

(D) Ondo- NYSC Orientation Camp Ede, Osun.

The Orientation Course is to commence as follows;
(a) Commencement and Registration: Tuesday 16th January, 2018
(b) Cut-off date for Registration: Midnight Wednesday,17th January, 2018
(c) Swearing-In Ceremony: Thursday, 18th January, 2018
(d) Closing: Monday, 5th February, 2018

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Three Nigerian higher institutions ranked among top universities in the world

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Three Nigerian Universities have been rated by The Times Higher Education World University Rankings among the top tertiary institutions in the world in its 2019 ranking.

The institutions are; the University of Ibadan, Covenant University and the University of Nigeria.

The ranking was released on Wednesday at Times Higher Education’s World Academic Summit at the National University of Singapore.

Covenant University rated 636 in the ranking while the first university in Nigeria, the University of Ibadan, ranked 677 on the list.

The University of Nigeria is the third Nigerian tertiary institution on the list in the bracket of 1000+  in the world.

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The latest ranking is, however, an improvement for Nigerian tertiary institutions as the University of Ibadan was the only Nigerian institution that featured in the ranking in 2018 edition. The premier university was ranked between 801–1000.

The two Nigerian Universities, (Covenant and UI) in the top 700 in the world also ranked fifth and sixth position in Africa.  While the University of Nigeria occupies 23rd in the continent.

Covenant University now the best in Nigeria

Going by the latest ranking, Covenant University is now the best university in Nigeria, as it is rated above the University of Ibadan in the global universities ranking.

Profiling the institution on its website, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings describes the school as one of the leading universities in Africa found on Christian Mission Ethos.

The ranking platform also says Covenant University has had a rapid rise in reputation in the decade and a half it has been operating.

The Nigerian Universities Commission named it the best private university in Nigeria in its 2018 rankings and the 6th best university overall.

Earlier in February 2018, Webometrics, another university ranking website rated Covenant University as the second best university in Nigeria.

 

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JAMB: How to check for your UTME 2018 centres

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has begun publishing centres for candidates of this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

“I have received my centre. I will be writing at Social Sciences Department in UNILAG this Friday by 3pm,” a student said Tuesday morning.

Barring any last minute changes, this year’s examinations will begin on Friday.

It is scheduled to hold from March 9 to March 17.
Candidates who have applied can check on
www.jamb.org.ng and follow these steps:

1.Visit the JAMB UTME Slip Printing page on the e-Facility portal via the link here:
www.jamb.org.ng/PrintExamslip/PrintExaminationSlip
2. Enter your Reg Number or your registered e-mail address,
3.Click on the “Print Examination Slip” on the page to access your examination slip.
4.Note: Please allow popup for this site from your browser.

The board is also sending the information by email, but they will be delivered in batches.

Candidates have been warned not to go to their respective centres with prohibited items such as telephones, wristwatches, pens and other devices.

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Nigeria Sues Alabama University In The US (Read full Gist)

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The Nigerian government is taking a US university to court, accusing it of mishandling scholarship students’ access to funds meant for rent, books and food.

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The government has joined dozens of Nigerian students in a lawsuit against Alabama State University which dates back to 2016.

It also accuses the university, which has been traditionally for black students, of charging them for accommodation they did not use and classes they did not take.

The university has denied it has done anything wrong, telling local media it had “adhered to and complied with every instruction and direction given to the University by the Nigerian government regarding that agreement”.

It admitted the Nigerian government was owed $202,000 after everything was paid, but said it had been deposited into an account.

But Anthony Ifediba, who is representing the students, says they believe the university may have withheld as much as $800,000.

He told the Montgomery Advertiser the Nigerian government had paid Alabama State about $5m, which was meant to cover tuition and living costs for all the students.

He added: “I hope it will sober Alabama State University up, and its new president, to realise that what these students are talking about is very serious and it’s having an adverse effect on them legally and I’d imagine public relations-wise.”

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