Top 10 educational news for Wednesday September 9, 2020

Read top 10 Nigeria educational news for Wednesday September 9, 2020 on CONNECTLEY Today News.

  1. How university’s kick-reopens academic activities amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

With the announcement last week by the federal government on schools reopening amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, some university managers explained to Funmi Ogundare the efforts and safety guidelines they have put in place to kick-start academic activities

  1. ASUU-FG Crisis And Nigerian Students

Clarification need to be made and solidly established on the full meaning of ASUU and what the body represents.

ASUU stands for Academic Staff Union of Universities and not Association of’ Union of Universities and as such it is established mainly to fight for the interest of university lecturers and not of students.

  1. The fate of private universities (1)

When the phenomenon of private universities was emerging in the country some decades ago, it used to be thought that they would remain permanently inferior to the public ones (those of the Federal Government in particular) and would never do better than them in terms of students’ performance and quality of lecturers…Read More

  1. ASUU Protest Mars Selection Of New UNICAL VC

The ongoing efforts to confirm selection of a new vice chancellor for the University of Calabar has been marred by a protest by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU at the school. ASUU members are protesting non-payment of their six years unpaid arrears and allowances…

  1. Ondo govt releases guidelines for resumption of JSS 3 classes

Prof. Adesegun Fatusi, Chairman, Ondo State Inter-ministerial Committee on COVID-19 said on Wednesday in Akure that the committee had released guidelines for the resumption of Junior Secondary School Three (JSS-3) students in the state…

  1. Thirty-Five (35) to Bag First Class as UNISOUN Graduates 1,946 on September 21

The Osun state university will on Monday 21st September graduate one thousand nine hundred and forty-six (1946) graduands, which is made up of one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four (1894) undergraduate graduands…

  1. Corps member constructs 4 toilets, renovates 6 classrooms in Plateau

A female National Youth Service Corps member serving in Plateau, Sarah Ihuoma, has renovated six classrooms and constructed four new toilets at the LEA Primary school, Nding Loh…

  1. Replace striking doctors with corps members, FG tells hospitals

The Federal Government has directed the Chief Medical Directors and Managing Directors of federal tertiary hospitals to “immediately” commence the use of consultants and doctors on the National Youth Service Corps to provide routine services…

  1. MAPOLY to award B.Tech in engineering – Ogun Govt

The Ogun State Government has said the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, would commence the process of awarding Bachelor of Technology Degree certificate…

  1. ASUU, COVID-19 And Future Of University Education

Through statements by its national executives as well as zonal structures, Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has cautioned against reopening of schools without adequate and proper adherence to safety measures to curtail further spread of COVID-19 virus in public places…

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