Mon 8th Feb Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Monday 8th February Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.

Mon 8th Feb Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

1. Again ABU Bright Student invents futuristic solar-powered Kiosk (photos)

A young Nigerian inventor and undergraduate at Ahmadu Bello University, (ABU) in Zaria, Kaduna State, Usman Dalhatu has designed and invented a futuristic solar-powered kiosk, custom made for the Mai Shayi and Indomie sellers.Read More

2. DSS arrests, releases SSANU, NASU officials over ongoing strike

Seven officials of the Non Academic Staff Union and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities at the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, were on Monday interrogated in connection with the ongoing nationwide strike by..Read More

3. Students who use digital devices in class ‘perform worse in exams’ – Research

Allowing students to use digital devices such as computers and the internet in classrooms substantially harms their results, a study has found. The paper published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that students barredRead More

4. ‘Mastermind’ of Kankara schoolboys abduction repents, surrenders rifles

Auwalun Daudawa, the alleged mastermind of the abduction of some students from a secondary school in Kankara, Katsina state, has “repented”. Daudawa and five of his lieutenants surrendered 20 AKRead More

5. I Want To Be A Medical Doctor, Says 11-Yr-Old Boy Hit By Stray Bullet During #ENDSARS Protest

Eleven years old boy, Master Osasu Omoigui who was hit by a stray bullet on his genital during the #EndSARS protest said he would like to be a medical doctor when he grows upRead More

6. OPINION: There is more to school than lectures and exams

As a matter of fact, the more you explore while you are in school, the better your chances of doing fine when you are out of the academic system. You should not be fooled into thinking that your course of study is your ultimate ticket in adulthoodRead More

7. Principle of ‘No work no pay’ should apply to University Workers – Pro Chancellors

The Chairman, Council of Pro Chancellors of State Universities in Nigeria (COPCSUN), Mallam Yusuf Olaolu Ali (SAN) has tasked stakeholders in the Nigerian education system to stop paying workers salaries while on strike, as being done in developed countries of the world in order to reset the nation’s collapsed education to achieve its desired goals.Read More

8. Group kicks against swearing-in of Prof. Fasina as FUOYE VC

A Non- governmental organization under the auspices of Network for Positive Democracy in Nigeria (NPDN), has called for immediate suspension of all processes toward the inauguration of the new Vice Chancellor, Prof. Abayomi Fasina for the Federal University, Oye, Ekiti which is scheduled to hold this week.Read More

9. Man bags two years jail term for defrauding 96-year-old Professor, others

The  Lagos State High Court, Ikeja, Special Offences Court Justice, Oluwatoyin Taiwo, has sentenced one Temitope Awobeku, to two years imprisonment over N200 million fraud.Read More

10. Twelve (12) Nigerian students win scholarship to Turkish universities

No fewer than 12 Nigerian students have won scholarships into two Turkish Universities to study different courses. One student out of the 12 won full blown scholarship awards, another won scholarship for tuition fee and meal waiver for 4 years forRead More

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Fortune

Is it a crime in Nigeria to study in 2 different public universities at the same time

Allschoolinfo

Please I want to speak with the admin am also a blogger

Segun

Is the result of WAEC GCE private students held in November/December 2020 released? If not, when is this expected? Thanks

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