Friday (8th May) Top 10 Educational News on Allschool Forum

Friday (8th May) Top 10 Educational News on Allschool Forum

 JAMB: 250 Candidates, 50 CBT Operators On Trial For Malpractices — Oloyede

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1. JAMB: 250 Candidates, 50 CBT Operators On Trial For Malpractices — Oloyede

JAMB Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede has disclosed that about 250 candidates of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board,JAMB and 50 Computer Based Test,CBT operators are facing prosecution for various examination malpractices in the country. Read More

2. UNILAG Medical Students, College Of Medicine Management Disagree Over Delayed Induction Seven Months After Graduation

While the students favour the virtual ceremony to finally make it possible for them to start practicing as medical professionals more than seven months after they completed their time at the College of Medicine at Idi-Araba, they accused the Provost, Prof Afolabi Lesi, of wanting a physical and elaborate event at a yet to be announced date. Read More

3. Nigerian man who schooled abroad shares photos from his Zoom graduation ceremony

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we know it and the way people celebrate their achievements. Check out pictures of a Nigerian man who schooled abroad, doing his graduation online. Read More

4. Poverty, Lack Of Stable Power Supply Robbing Us Of E-lectures –Indigent Nigerian Students

While schools in France, United States of America and China have moved lessons online, students in Nigeria affected by factors such as poverty, lack of stable electricity supply and unable to afford Internet connectivity appears to have been left to their fate. Read More

5. COVID 19: Jigawa State government gives each Almajiri N10,000, pair of clothing

Jigawa State Government has pledged to give all Almajiris repatriated from other states to Jigawa the sum of N10,000 and a pair of clothing each as they leave the NYSC Camp where they are being isolated. Read More

6. COVID-19: Online classes can expose children to depression, cyber bullying —Experts

Children participating in classes online are a helpful situation for parents to deal with the COVID-19 lockdown.  In this report by SADE OGUNTOLA, experts caution on its mental health implication for children and adolescents. Read More

7. FCET Umunze Provost Sensitises Host Community On Coronavirus, Donates Relief Materials, Face Masks

The Provost, Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze, Anambra State, Dr Tessy Okoli, has empha­sised the need for enlightenment programme in the localities to pre­vent community transmission of the coronavirus disease. Read More

8. PROF AUGUSTINE AWASUM: The ABU Surgeon Jail in Cameroon with a fine of $525M

Prof Augustine Awasum is an erudite Scholar, Researcher, Professor of Surgery in the Department of Veterinary Surgery and Diagnostic Imaging at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Read More

9. Delta Commissioner lauds Ogwashi-Uku polytechnic for producing quality face masks

The Delta State Commissioner for Higher Education, Prof. Patrick Muoboghare, has commended the Management team of Delta State Polytechnic, Ogwashi-Uku, for producing quality face masks for public use. Read More

10. We will continue school feeding programme when modalities are put in place — Edo SIP

The Focal Person, Edo SIP, Ms. Osayuwamen Aladeselu said the government was working on strategies to continue implementation of the programme even as children stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read More

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Ahmed Mustapha Almiskin

Please when will school will resume in Nigeria

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