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LIST OF LODGES IN ESUT FOR STUDENTS

In my previous post I dished out a detailed information on everything you need to know about Esut hostel, but today am going be talking about the lodges in Esut.

LOGDES IN ESUT

Like I said in my previous post, there are two categories of place of which you as a student can live in Esut and they’re

  1. Off Campus (Lodge) &
  2. School Hostel

However, these two categories of place above have their advantages and disadvantages, of which I have explained that of the hostel.

But now I will be explaining that of the off campus (Lodge).

ADVANTAGE OF STAYING IN LODGES IN ESUT

PRVACY: this is one of the greatest advantages of staying in the lodge.

Unlike the hostel where there is no privacy, in the lodge, you own your room, you choose the kind of people you would want allow inside your room, you cook food and decide how long you want it to last, you can choose whether to be neat or even dirty LOL!!! And most of all you will do everything in your own without the disturbance from anybody.

To wrap it up, all the advantages of living in the lodge in Esut revolves around privacy and that’s all.

DISADVANTAGES OF STAYING IN LODGES IN ESUT

NOT SAFE: just like the advantage above, this also one of the greatest disadvantages of living in the lodge in Esut.

As a student living in the lodge you’re open to robbery and other forms of attacks from people you don’t know. And this attack can come anytime and any day.

A times this usually happen depending on the lodge you’re living in which includes the location.

GOING LATE TO LECTURES: students living in the lodge usually experience going to lectures late.

this happens sometimes because the distance of the lodge they’re living in from the school premises, and sometimes it happens due transportation fare

this act of coming to lectures late does not happen to everybody, but mostly happen to students living in the lodge far away from school.

LATEST HAPPENINGS IN SCHOOL: campus life sweet and is it’s a kind of life that you won’t allow to pass you by.

Living in the lodge will always make you miss some activities in the school and sometimes in your class, and as a first-year student, there are some activities you won’t want to miss at will help you better understand the kind of school you’re admitted in.

SAVING MONEY: of course, I can’t conclude the disadvantages living the lodge without having to add this in it, saving money

it is hard to save money while living in the lodge, very hard.

Reason for this is that as a student you pay for many things which include light, transportation and sometimes you also pay for water.

And that’s all.

However, choosing whether you are going to stay in hostel or off campus depends on you. But if you happen to be a new student In Esut I will still advice you to stay in the hostel at least in your first year and then after first year you can move to the lodge.

LIST OF LOGDES IN ESUT WHERE YOU CAN LIVE

Before I give you this list, I want you to know that lodges in esut are classified into two places and they’re

Front gate lodges: this lodges are found at the esut main gate area along obe and umueze.

Back gate lodges: this lodges are found at the esut back gate area along eke Agbani.

So below is the list of lodges in esut.

   Umueze

  • Navic Lodge, Umeze

  Agbani

  • Bethel Lodge

       Agbani

  • Dynasty Lodge

Agbani

  • First Class Lodge

Agbani

  • Miracle Lodge

Agbani

  • DESTINY LODGE, UMUEZE

Agbani

  • DESTINY LODGE, UMUEZE

Agbani

  • Kennan Lodge

Agbani

  • British Lodge

Enugu

  • Mary’s Lodge

Agbani

  • Laz Vegas Lodge

Agbani

  • Davis Lodge

Agbani

  • Sky World Lodge

Agbani

  • Masters Lodge

Agbani

  • Chidera’s Lodge

Agbani

HOW IS THE LODGE FEES FOR ESUT LODGES?

there is no specific amount placed for all lodges in esut, each logde have there own specific amount to be paid by student.

but the amount the least lodge in esut accepts from 50,000 naira and above.

however there are also family house which accept student and can accept anything below 50,000 naira.

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Ignatius Ajuru Revised Calendar for 2019/2020 Session

Ignatius Ajuru Revised Calendar for 2019/2020 Session for all student of the school.”

Ignatius Ajuru Revised Calendar

the ignatius ajuru university has revised and updated their calendar for 2019/2020 academic session calendar.

this was done in other to finalise the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic session which was paused amid the covid-19 breakout.

according to the school’s management board the following calendar was conducively mapped out to further enable an easy finalisation of the session, so as to give room for the second semester to begin.

REVISED ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION

THE REMAINING PART OF FIRST SEMESTER

  1. School re-opens online for first semester for all students Mon.4th May,2020
  2. Lectures continue (online) for years 1-3 students Mon. 4th May, 2020.
  3. Lectures begin online for year 4 students SIWES group Mon. 4th may 2020
  4. First semester exam begins for year 4 Non SIWES group Mon. 18th May 2020
  5. First semester exam ends for year 4 Non SIWES group Fri. 22nd May 2020
    6.. Deadline for registration for year 1 students Mon. 25th May 2020
  6. SENATE MEETING Wed. 27th May 2020
  7. First semester exam begins for years 1-3 students Mon.1st .June 2020
  8. First semester exam ends for years 1-3 students Fri. 12th June 2020.
  9. SENATE MEETING Wed. 24th June 2020
  10. First semester exam begins for year 4 students SIWES group . Mon. 6th July 2020
  11. First semester exam ends for year 4 students SIWES group Fri. 10th July 2020
    B. SECOND SEMESTER 2019/ 2020 ACADEMIC SESSION
  12. Second semester lectures begin for year 4 students Non SIWES group Mon. 1st June 2020
  13. Second semester lectures begin for years 1-3 students Mon. 22nd June 2020
  14. Second semester lectures begin for year 4 SIWES group Mon. 13th July 2020
  15. SENATE MEETING Wed. 29th July 2020
  16. STUDENTS UNION WEEK Mon. 3rd –8
    th , Aug 2020
  17. SENATE MEETING Wed. 26th Aug 2020
  18. Second semester exam begins for years 1 and 2 students Mon. 14th Sept 2020
  19. Second semester exam ends for years 1 and 2 students Fri. 25th
    Sept. 2020
  20. Second semester exam begins for year 3 and all year 4 students Mon. 28th Sept 2020
  21. SENATE MEETING Wed. 30th Sept 2020
  22. Second semester exam ends for year 3 and all year 4 students Fri. 9th Oct. 2020
  23. First phase Teaching Practice begins for year 2 students Mon. 5th Oct. 2020
  24. RESUMPTION FOR 2020/2021 SESSION Mon. 19th Oct. 2020
  25. SENATE MEETING Wed. 28th Oct. 2020
  26. CONVOCATION WEEK Sun. 1st – Sat. 7th Nov. 2020

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Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Entrance Exam Date

Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Entrance Exam Date & Subject Combinations for qualified candidate who applied for the 72nd Regular Course postponed”

The Nigerian defence academy (NDA) entrance exam date
Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Entrance Exam Date

The Nigerian defence academy (NDA) entrance exam date which was scheduled to be held on the 30th of this month which is the month of may has been officially cancelled.

According the officials of the exam, they said that the postponement of the Nigerian defence academy (NDA) entrance exam and the Screening Test for 72 Regular Course was due to the lockdown caused by the pandemic (covid-19), and also to make sure that everybody in the country is safe amid the pandemic until it totally over.

 However, the officials have urged the candidates to exercise a little bit of patience as the lockdown is still on and remember to also check the portal frequently to get more updates about what is on ground.

NDA Entrance Exam Subjects Combinations.

Candidates for FASS. Candidates for FASS are to answer all questions in any THREE of the following subjects that are applicable to the candidate’s chosen course:

1) Mathematics – (Compulsory for Psychology candidates).

(2) Economics.

(3) Geography.

(4) History.

(5) Government.

(6) French.

(7) Biology – (Compulsory for Psychology candidates).

Candidates for Sciences. Candidates for courses in Faculty of Science are to answer questions as follows:

Mathematics (Mathematics and any 2 of Physics, Chemistry and Economics).

Physics (Physics and any 2 of Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology).

Chemistry (Chemistry and any 2 of Physics, Biology and Mathematics).

Biology (Biology and any 2 of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics).

Candidates for Engineering. Candidates for the Faculty of Engineering are to answer ALL questions in the 3 subjects listed below:

(1) Mathematics.

(2) Physics.

(3) Chemistry.

Candidates for Military Science and Interdisciplinary Studies.  Candidates for Intelligence & Cyber Security Studies are to answer the following:

Mathematics

Physics and

Anyone of Biology, Chemistry or Economics.

Please note that only those with duly printed Examination Card will be admitted into the various centers for the test.

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List of Good cybercafé in Esut Agbani |Freshers Guide

A guide to cybercafé in Esut Agbani.

Are you a newly admitted (freshers) student in Esut who’s department is located at Agbani campus? You are searching for a good cybercafe in esut where you can print, photocopy do any work relating to the internet?

Well, you don’t need to go further in searching cause in this post today, I will be giving you helping you with some of the list of cybercafe in Esut agbani together with a detailed description on how to reach them.

Remember, this information am about to share with you in this post, is also applied to non-esut student who also aspire to be a student of esut and are planning to write their upcoming esut post utme.

These esut cybercafe can help you register your post utme without you stressing yourself by just a call and your money provided.

Furthermore, this cybercafe can help you during your final year project and seminar. Including many other things as a student of esut.

So, without wasting much of your time let’s delve into our topic of today.

Here is some of the list of cybercafés in esut Agbani.

Simple café concept (SCC):

Simple café concept is cyber café located in esut Agbani campus.

Simple café concept is cyber café located in esut Agbani campus.

Simple café concept is owned and managed by Okoye chinaza a guy popularly known by his nickname simple. he is a student of enugu state university of science and technology (esut) from the department of agricultural economics and extension. He is fare in complexion. You can reach him with the following phone numbers: 08059763858 and 07037831625.

Lilian’s Cybercafe:

Lilian’s cybercafé is a cybercafé owned by a lady called Lilian.

She is dark in complexion and chubby. Lillian can handle every academic computer operation you would want her to handle for you perfectly well, this include your jamb exam registration and also final year project.

You can contact her with this number: 08164554522

Ifeoma cybercafé:

Ifeoma cybercafe like the name implies is cybercafe owned by Ifeoma.

Just like the others, her is good cybercafe located inside the school (esut). The owner is a light skin girl with average height. You can as well reach her with this phone number: 07013292957.

Helen cybercafé

The last but not the least cybercafé is Helen cybercafé. Also, a good cybercafe with quality and speedy service for every work you want to do. You reach her through this phone number: 09023211310

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Esut Appoints New Vice Chancellor, Bursar and Registrar

Esut new vice chancellor, bursar and registrar alert: Enugu state university of science and technology (Esut) have appointed a new vice chancellor, bursar and registrar today.

After a series of meeting held by the management board of Enugu state university of science and technology over a better move in administration amid the convid-19 pandemic. The entire board have reached a conclusion about the change and re-appointment a of a new vice chancellor, bursar and registrar of the school.

According to our source who is also a member in the school management board, he made us to know that the reason for this speedy appointment is that the tenure of the previous administration has expired, he also stated that there is a need for a change in other not to leave the sit empty.

Furthermore, he also stated that the new appointed vice chancellor, bursar and registrar are still not yet completely official individuals to occupy those three sits, in other words they’re still known to be acting vice chancellor, bursar and registrar of the school.

Below are the names of the newly appointed and acting vice chancellor, bursar, and registrar.

NAME ACTING POSITION HELD
PROFESSOR CHARLES EZEH VICE CHANCELLOR (ACTING)
BARRISTER IKPENWA REGISTRAR (ACTING)
MR. OKOH BURSAR (ACTING)

Also the names of the previous esut vice chancellor, bursar and registrar is as follows in the table below.

NAME POSITION HELD
PROF. LUKE ANIKE VICE CHANCELLOR
LEONARD .O. KHARMA REGISTRAR
MR. IKENNA EZEUGWU BURSAR

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HISTORY OF PROF. LUKE ANIKE FORMER ESUT VICE CHANCELLOR

esut vice chancellor

Professor Anike, Okechukwu Luke, a Professor of Geology, an accomplished researcher, academician, administrator and visionary of great repute was born in Nike, Enugu East Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria, on August 22nd, 1960.

He holds B.Sc Geology (1982) from University of Benin, Nigeria; M.Sc (1987), and Ph.D in Economic Geology and Geochemistry (1999) from University of Nigeria, Nsukka Nigeria, and University of Southampton England respectively. He is a registered consultant Geologist (GEM-0182) (COMEG).

Professionally, he is a Member Governing Council, Nigeria Mining and Geosciences Society, Member, Institution of Mining and Metallurgy U.K, Member, American Association for Advancement of Science, Member, International Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits, Member, New York Academy of Science, Member, Global Network for Environment and Technology U.K, Member, Nigeria Mining and Geosciences Society, Member, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and International Water Association (IWA).

Professor Anike is a seasoned academic who is widely respected in his various areas of expertise and that has earned him several academic Honours and Awards. He has published so many articles in national and international journals. Some of the academic Honours and Awards include Commonwealth Scholarship Award (1995-1998), University of Southampton England; Best Postgraduate student Award (1987), Faculty of Physical Sciences, University of Nigeria Nsukka; Federal Government of Nigeria Postgraduate Scholarship Award (1984-1986), University of Nigeria Nsukka; Best Student Award, Departmental Prize (Geology) 1981, University of Benin, Nigeria; Federal Government of Nigeria Merit Award (Full Scholarship) (1979-1982) University of Benin, Nigeria; and Igwe Edward Nnaji Community Development Scholarship (1979-1982).

He has been proven to be a good academic administrator and has served in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Nigeria as Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies (2010-2014), Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences (2008-2010), Head, Department of Geological Sciences (2005-2008), Acting Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies (2007-2008), Sub Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies (2004-2008), Sub Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences (2002-2003). He served as a member of the Governing Council of the University. He also served as Chairman, Governing Board of National Veterinary Research Institute Vom (2005-2007); Director, Water Resources and Engineering Management 2000 to Date.

An accomplished Researcher, Professor Anike has attracted funded research projects. They include: “Pilot Project on Standardization of Mapping Techniques in Nigerian Universities” (2007-2009), sponsored by Exxon Mobil unlimited; “Evaluation of heavy metal pollution of water sources in Uburu Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria” (2008), sponsored by International Federation for Sciences, Geneva, and “Evaluation of Gully Erosion in Southeastern Nigeria using remote sensing” (2006-2008), sponsored by NASRDA Abuja.

Institutions and organizations that have benefitted from the professional expertise of Professor Anike include Department of Geology, University of Nigeria Nsukka; National Iron Ore Mining Company; Supahaul (Nig.) Ltd; BP-Amocot/Geomechanics Unit University of Southampton, NERC/Mineral Deposits Research Group, Southampton Oceanography Centre UK; Special Project Unit, ASUTECH Awka; CIDA – sponsored international collaboration: Univ. Windsor (Canada), UNIPORT & UNIZIK; Special Project Unit, ASUTECH Awka; Shell Petroleum Development Company/Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka; and Shell Petroleum Development Company/University of Benin.

Professor Anike is happily married and blessed with four children.

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4 youngest Mathematicians in the Worlds’ History

Today it will be a pleasure sharing with you, the four (4) youngest mathematicians in the worlds’ history.

Since the beginning of time there have been a lot of notable youngest achievers in the world doing great things in different ways.

But the most lovable part about this “youngest archivers” is that, they do these great things with little effort and still tends to stand out amongst every other person that has been doing it before them.

Overtime these child prodigies has proved to the world timelessly that age can never be a barrier to any achievement in life. That’s why you need to follow your dream without paying attention to what people will say.

But can we just continue talking without getting to know about these four child prodigies who happens to be the youngest mathematician in the world’s history? No, we can’t

So, without going further below are the four (4) youngest mathematicians in the world’s history.

  1. Yasha Asley
  2. Blaise Pascal
  3. Esther Okade
  4. Srinivasa Ramanujan

About the (4) youngest mathematicians

4)  Srinivasa Ramanujan

youngest Mathematicians in the world.

Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who lived in the eighteen B.C, during the British Rule in India. he was born on 22 December 1887 and died in 26 April 1920.

 Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematics, learned college-level mathematics by age 11, and generated his own theorems in number theory and Bernoulli numbers by age 13 which also include independently re-discovering Euler’s identity.

3)      Esther Okade

youngest Mathematicians in the world

Esther okade is a British based Nigerian child prodigy and one of the youngest mathematicians in the world history who lived in Walsall a market town and administrative center in the county of West Midlands, United Kingdom, England. She got her early education from her mother at the age of three.

Esther has always jumped ahead of her peers. She sat her first Math GSCE exam, a British high school qualification, at Ounsdale High School in Wolverhampton at just six, where she received a C-grade. A year later, she outdid herself and got the A-grade she wanted. Then last year she scored a B-grade when she sat the Math A-level exam

Esther, became one of the united kingdom’s youngest freshmen in the year 2015 after she was admitted as an undergraduate in an open university based in United Kingdom at the age of 10 years.

The 10 years old child prodigy is an author of series of workbooks in mathematics which is known as “Yummy Yummy Algebra”.

2)  Blaise Pascal

youngest Mathematicians in the world.

Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, and religious philosopher who wrote a treatise on vibrating bodies at the age of nine years; he wrote his first proof, on a wall with a piece of coal, at the age of 11 years, and a theorem by the age of 16 years. He is famous for Pascal’s theorem and many other contributions in mathematics, philosophy, and physics.

1) Yasha Asley

youngest Mathematicians in the world.

Raised solely by his father, Asley was gifted at maths from an early age. At first glance Yasha Asley seems like a normal 8-year-old boy just like every other child in his grade.

A fantastic mathematical mind.

When he started primary school at the age of four, he was described as having the mathematical ability of a typical twelve-year-old. While attending school Asley passed the A-level exams and became the youngest person to have achieved the ‘A’ grade in Mathematics at the age of 8 in 2011, surpassing a record previously held by March Tian Boedihardjo.

For three years prior starting his university education his full-time schooling was split, three days a week at primary school and two days a week he learned mathematics with Professor Alexander Gorban at the University of Leicester.

the number one in the list of two youngest mathematicians in the 21th century.

Although he had met UK university entrance requirements by scoring top grades and was in a position to apply to UK universities, he wanted to continue in the standard education system. In an ITV interview, 24 July 2018, Yasha said, “… It wasn’t our first choice [to go to university]. But then it seemed like the head teacher had told my teachers to slow me down… So, we decided that I really had no choice [other than to go to university].” He began his university course at the age of twelve.

According to the Daily Mail, Asley ran tutorials at the University of Leicester when he was 13 years old. In 2017, at the age of 15, he became the university’s youngest ever graduate receiving a first-class degree in mathematics.

youngest mathematicians source: wiki.org gistmania cnn

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FUNAI Fees for Newly Admitted Students

funai school fees

below are the proposed alex ekwueme university (funai) school fees for 2019/2020 academic student for new (freshers) student incase you have not paid, or you want to pay.

remember this include the account number of which you are to pay the fees (funai school fees and other related fees) into.

FUNAI SCHOOL FEES FOR FRESHMEN (NEW STUDENTS)

ACCEPTANCE FEE- N16,000.00 INCLUDING ONLINE PROCESSING FEE (GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

OTHER CHARGES– N43,000.00 (GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE N3,000.00

SCRATCH CARD (RESULT CHECKING) N1,000.00

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL LEVY N50,000.00

FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

NOTEBOOK: (PAY AT THE BOOKSHOP)

ID CARD
ZENITH BANK:
ACCT. NAME: ID CARD ACCOUNT
A/C NO: 1130073438

SUG: N1,500.00
ZENITH BANK:
ACCT. NAME: FUNAI STUDENTS FORUM
A/C NO.: 1015160259

FACULTY DUES: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

SHIRT: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

GST: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEPARTMENTAL DUES: N1,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION (OPTIONAL) :

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW:

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

INTERNET SERVICES N6,500 (PAY TO SERVICE PROVIDER)

A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

RETURNING STUDENTS

OTHER CHARGES: N40,000.00 (GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE: N3,000.00

SCRATCH CARD FOR RESULT CHECKING: N1,000.00

GST: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

FACULTY DUES: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEPARTMENTAL DUES; N1,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION (OPTIONAL):

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTUCTURAL LEVY; N5,000.00
FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

SUG: N1,500.00
ZENITH BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI STUDENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 1015160259

FPF CHAIR LEVY (ONLY FOR 300 AND 400 LEVEL STUDENTS WHO ARE YET TO PAY): N2,000.00
FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO 6060217667

INTERNET SERVICES N6,500 (PAY TO SERVICE PROVIDER}(ONLY FOR 200 LEVEL STUDENTS)

A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

ID CARD (FOR THOSE YET TO PAY): N1,600.00
ZENITH BANK
A/C NAME:ID CARD ACCOUNT
A/C NO: 1130073438

MEDICAL STUDENTS (FRESHMEN)

ACCEPTANCE FEE (INCLUDING ONLINE PROCESSING FEE) N50,000.00 (GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

OTHER CHARGES: N100,000.00 (GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE: N3,000.00

SCRATCH CARD: FOR RESULT CHECKING-N1,000.00

DEVELOPMENT LEVY: N250,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

FACULTY DUES: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

GST: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

SHIRT: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEPARTMENTAL DUES: N1,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION (OPTIONAL):

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW:

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

All Male Medical students that paid their hostel fees of N60,000:00K in this new Academic session are hereby mandated by this memo to return and pay an extra N10,000 to complete the fees to enable them access to the hostel.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FEE (FOREIGN STUDENTS) N200,000.00

INTERNET SERVICE: N6,500.00
A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTUCTURAL LEVY: N50,000.00

FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

NOTEBOOK: N1,500.00 (PAY AT THE BOOKSHOP)

ID CARD: N1,600.00
A/C NAME: ID CARD ACCOUNT
A/C NO: 1130073438

SUG: N1,500.00
ZENITH BANK:
A/C NAME: FUNAI STUDENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 1015160259

RETURNING MEDICAL STUDENTS

OTHER CHARGES: N100,000.00(GENERATE INVOICE FROM THE SCHOOL PORTAL)

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE: N3,000.00

SCRATCH CARD FOR RESULT CHECKING: N1,000.00

GST: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

FACULTY DUES:: N2,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEVELOPMENT LEVY: N100,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEPARTMENTAL DUES: N1,000.00 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION (OPTIONAL) :

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

All Male Medical students that paid their hostel fees of N60,000:00K in this new Academic session are hereby mandated by this memo to return and pay an extra N10,000 to complete the fees to enable them access to the hostel.

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL LEVY: N5,000.00
FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

ID CARD: ((FOR THOSE YET TO PAY) N1,600.00
ZENITH BANK
A/C NO: 1130073438

FPF CHAIR LEVY (ONLY FOR 300 AND 400 LEVELS STUDENTS WHO ARE YET TO PAY)
FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

INTERNET SERVICES N6,500 (PAY TO SERVICE PROVIDER) (ONLY FOR 200 LEVEL STUDENTS)

A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

SUG: N1,500.00
ZENITH BANK
A/C NAME: FUNAI STUDENTS FORUM
A/C N0: 1015160259

ENGINEERING STUDENTS (FRESHMEN)

ACCEPTANCE FEE {INCLUDING ONLINE PROCESSING FEE}: N16,000 {generate invoice from the school portal}

OTHER CHARGES: N43,000 {Generate invoice from the school portal}

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE: N3,000

FUNAI SCRATCH CARD (Result checking) – N1,000

FACULTY DUES N2,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

GST N2,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

SHIRT N2,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION (OPTIONAL):

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

DEPARTMENTAL DUES N1,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FEE (FOREIGN STUDENTS) N50,000.00

INTERNET SERVICES FEE N6,500
A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL LEVY, N50,000

FIDELITY BANK
ACCOUNT NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
ACCOUNT NO: 6060217667

NOTEBOOK N1,500 PAY AT THE BOOK SHOP

ID CARD N1,600
ZENITH BANK
ACCOUNT NAME:ID CARD ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT NO: 1130073438

SUG: N1,500
ZENITH BANK
ACCOUNT NAME: FUNAI STUDENTS FORUM
ACCOUNT NO: 1015160259

ENGINEERING LEVY: N22,000
FIDELITY BANK
ACCOUNT NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
ACCOUNT NO: 6060308598

RETURNING ENGINEERING STUDENTS

OTHER CHARGES: N40,000 {Generate invoice from the school portal}

ONLINE SERVICE CHARGE: N3,000

SCRATCH CARD {RESULT CHECKING}: N1,000

GST: N2,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

FACULTY DUES: N2,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

DEPARTMENTAL DUES: N1,000 (PAY THROUGH REMITA)

ACCOMMODATION {OPTIONAL}:

HOSTEL FEE PAYMENT PROCESS FLOW

  1. Log on to your profile account with your user name and password
  2. Click on hostel menu
  3. Select get hostel invoice from the dropdown option
  4. Click on Apply for Hostel to Generate Payment Invoice containing your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  5. Proceed to any bank to complete your payment with the generated payment invoice, Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards.
  6. After successful payment in the bank, return to the portal and login with your account details.
  7. Then, Click on Pay Hostel Fee
  8. Enter your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number
  9. Click on Pay to print the e-receipt containing the allocated Hostel details
  10. Proceed to the hostel for further clearance

NOTE: You are expected to have completed your Acceptance fee and Other charges payment before you can be allowed to apply for the hostel.

ENGINEERING LEVY N5,000.00
FIDELITY BANK
A/C NAME: funai parents forum
A/C N0 6060308598

DEVELOPMENTAL AND INFRASTRUCTURAL LEVY: N5,000
FIDELITY BANK
ACCONUT NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
ACCOUNT NO:6060217667

FPF CHAIR LEVY {ONLY FOR 300 AND 400 LEVEL STUDENTS WHO ARE YET TO PAY} N2,000
FIDELITY BANK:
A/C NAME: FUNAI PARENTS FORUM
A/C NO: 6060217667

INTERNET SERVICES N6,500 (PAY TO SERVICE PROVIDER}(ONLY FOR 200 LEVEL STUDENTS)

A/C NAME: ARROW FAST LIMITED
A/C NUMBER: 1015889800
BANK: ZENITH BANK

ID CARD (FOR THOSE YET TO PAY) N1,600
ZENITH BANK
ACCOUNT NAME:ID CARD ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT NO:1130073438

NOTEBOOK N1,500.00 (PAY AT THE BOOKSHOP)

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Unilag School of Postgraduate Studies Timetable for 2019/2020 Qualifying Examinations

Unilag School of Postgraduate Studies

The unilag School of Postgraduate Studies will hold its Qualifying Examinations into the various Postgraduate Programmes for the 2019/2020 Academic Session.

The selection process for the unilag School of Postgraduate Studies Qualifying Examinations will be through Computer Based Test (CBT) and Written Examinations as scheduled below:

Prospective Candidates are advised to check the timetable for the unilag School of Postgraduate Studies as listed below or on the School of Postgraduate Studies website, (http://spgs.unilag.edu.ng) and the various Faculties/Departments for details applicable to each programme.

  • COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT) EXAMINATIONS

DAY 1 – SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019, 9;00a.m. – 6;00p.m, DLI   e-CENTER

Master of Business Administration (MBA) (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Accounting (F/T & P/T)

PGD in Accounting (P/T)

Master of Science in Actuarial Science (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Risk Management & Insurance (F/T & P/T)

Master of Risk Management (P/T)

PGD in Risk Management (P/T)

Master of Science in Management (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Marketing (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Operations Research (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Organisational Behaviour (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Production/Operations Management (F/T& P/T)

Master of Science in Finance (F/T & P/T)

Master of Development Finance (P/T)

Master of Banking & Finance (P/T)

PGD in Finance (P/T)

Master of Industrial & Labour Relation (MILR) (P/T)

Master of Science in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (F/T)

Master of Employment & Labour Studies (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Geography & Planning (F/T)

Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS) (P/T)

Master of Transportation Planning & Management (P/T)

Master of Disaster Management (P/T)

PGD in Economics (P/T)

Master of Science in Economics (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Public Health (F/T & P/T)

Master of Public Health (MPH) (F/T)

PGD in Education (F/T & P/T)

PGD in Educational Admin & Planning (P/T)

Master of Education in Educational Admin & Planning (F/T & P/T)

DAY 2 – SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2019, 11:00a.m. – 6:00p.m,     DLI e – CENTER

Master of Law (F/T & P/T)

Master of International Law & Diplomacy (MILD), (P/T)

PGD in Mass Communications (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Mass Communications (F/T & P/T)

Master of Public & International Affairs (MPIA), (P/T)

Master of Science in Political Science (F/T)

Master of Public Administration (MPA), (P/T)

Master of Science in Psychology (F/T)

Master of Managerial Psychology (P/T)

PGD in Psychology (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Estate Management (F/T)

Master in Facilities Management (P/T)

Master of Housing Development & Management (P/T)

Master of Environmental Management (MEM), (P/T)

PGD in Computer Science (P/T)

Master of Information Technology (MIT) (P/T)

  • WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

DAY 1 – TUESDAY, JULY 23, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Morning Session: 9:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.)

Master of Natural Resource Management (P/T)

Master of Science in Botany (F/T)

Master of Science in Cell Biology & Genetics (F/T)

PGD in Cell Biology & Genetics (Forensic Biology) (F/T)

PGD in Cell Biology & Genetics (Genetic Counseling) (F/T)

Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry (F/T)

Master of Science in Chemistry (F/T)

Master of Science in Environmental Chemistry (F/T)

Master of Applied Geophysics (P/T)

PGD in Applied Geophysics (P/T)

Master of Science in Geophysics (F/T)

Master of Science in Geology (F/T)

Master of Science in Mathematics (Applied Option) (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Mathematics (Pure Option) (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Statistics (F/T & P/T)

PGD in Mathematics (P/T)

Master of Science in Microbiology (F/T)

Master of Science in Physics (F/T)

Master of Aquatic Resource & Pollution Management (P/T)

Master of Science in Fisheries (Aquaculture) (F/T)

Master of Science in Fisheries Biology & Management (F/T)

Master of Science in Marine Biology (F/T)

Master of Science in Marine Pollution & Management (F/T)

Master of Science in Applied Entomology & Pest Management (F/T)

Master of Science in Environmental Toxicology & Pollution Mgt (F/T)

Master of Science in Natural Resources Conservation (F/T)

Master of Science in Parasitology & Bioinformatics (F/T)

DAY 1 – TUESDAY, JULY 23, 2019, DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE – E303/E304 (Morning: 9:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.)

Master of Science in Computer Science (F/T)

DAY 1 – TUESDAY, JULY 23, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Afternoon Session: 12:00noon – 2:30p.m.)

PGD in Anaesthesia (F/T)

Master of Science in Anatomy (F/T)

Master of Science in Biochemistry (F/T)

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (F/T)

PGD in Biomedical Engineering (P/T)

Master of Science in Clinical Pathology (F/T)

Master of Science in Clinical Pharmacy (F/T)

Master of Science in Haematology & Blood Transfusion (F/T)

Master of Science in Medical Microbiology (F/T)

Master of Science in Medical Parasitology (F/T)

Master of Science in Pharmaceutics & Pharm. Microbiology (F/T)

Master of Science in Pharmaceutics & Pharm. Technology (F/T)

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Chemistry (F/T)

Master of Science in Pharmacognosy (F/T)

Master of Science in Pharmacology (F/T)

Master of Science in Physiology (F/T)

Master of Science in Physiotherapy (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Medical Physics (F/T)

Master of Science in Clinical Chemistry & Molecular Diagnosis (F/T)

Master Degree in Molecular Diagnosis (P/T)

PGD in Molecular Diagnosis (P/T)

PGD in Health Logistics & Supply Chain Management (P/T)

(B)    WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS (Cont’d)

DAY 1 – TUESDAY, JULY 23, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Evening Session: 3:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.)

Master of Process Engineering (P/T)

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (F/T)

PGD in Chemical Engineering (P/T)

Master of Science in Electrical/Electronics (Communications Option) (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Electrical/Electronics (Electrical Power Option) (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (F/T)

Master of Science in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (F/T)

PGD in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering (P/T)

Master of Geoinformatics Information Technology (MGIT), (F/T)

Master of Science in Surveying & Geoinformatics (F/T)

PGD in Surveying & Geoinformatics (F/T)

Master of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Systems Engineering (F/T)

Master of Engineering Systems Management (MESM), (P/T)

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Morning: 9:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.)

Master of Education in Adult Education Management (F/T)

Master of Education in Community Development & Social Work(F/T)

Master of Education in Manpower Training & Development (F/T)

Master of Education in Business Education (F/T & Sandwich)

Master of Education in Curriculum Theory (F/T)

Master of Education in Igbo Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Early Childhood Education (F/T& Sandwich)

Master of Education in Economics Education (F/T & Sandwich)

Master of Education in English Education (F/T & Sandwich)

Master of Education in French Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Geography Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Religion Education (CRS) (F/T)

Master of Education in Religion Education (IRS) (F/T)

Master of Education in Social Studies (F/T)

Master of Education in Yoruba Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Comparative Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Educational Psychology (F/T)

Master of Education in Guidance & Counselling (F/T & P/T)

Master of Education in Measurement & Evaluation (F/T & P/T)

Master of Education in Philosophy of Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Sociology of Education (F/T)

PGD in Guidance & Counselling (P/T)

Master of Science (Education) in Exercise Physiology (F/T)

Master of Science (Education) in Health Education (F/T)

Master of Science (Education) in Sports Administration/Mgt. (F/T)

Master of Science (Education) in Sports Psychology (F/T)

Master of Education in Biology Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Mathematics Education (F/T)

Master of Education in Physics Education (F/T)

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019, FACULTY OF LAW ANNEX, BEHIND FACULTY OF ARTS (Morning Session: 9:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.)

Master of Conflict Management (P/T)

Master of Dispute Resolution (P/T)

Master of Legal Studies (P/T)

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019, INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES BUILDING, BEHIND UNIVERSITY MAIN LIBRARY   (Morning Session: 9:00a.m. – 11:30a.m.)

PGD in Maritime Communications & Navigation (P/T)

PGD in Maritime Environmental Studies (P/T)

PGD in Maritime Administration & Management (P/T)

Master of Maritime Administration and Management (P/T)

Professional Master of Hydrographic Surveying (P/T)

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Afternoon: 12:00noon – 2:30p.m.)

Master of Research & Public Policy (MRPP), (F/T)

Master of Security & Intelligence Studies (MSIS), (P/T)

Master of International Relations & Strategic Studies (MISS), (P/T)

Master of Arts in African and Diaspora Studies (F/T & P/T)

Master of Arts in Music (F/T)

Master of Arts in Theatre Arts (F/T)

Master of Arts in Visual Arts (F/T)

PGD in Music (F/T)

PGD in Theatre Arts (F/T)

Master of Art in English Language (F/T & P/T)

Master of Art in English Literature (F/T & P/T)

PGD in English Language (P/T)

Master of Arts in French (F/T)

Master of Arts in Teaching of French as a Foreign Language (P/T)

Master in Diplomacy & Strategic Studies (MDSS), (P/T)

Master of Arts in History & Strategic Studies (F/T & P/T)

Master of Art in Igbo (Language Option) (F/T)

Master of Art in Igbo (Literature Option) (F/T)

Master of Art in Yoruba (Language Option) (F/T)

Master of Art in Yoruba (Literature Option) (F/T)

Master of Art in Philosophy (F/T)

PGD in Philosophy (P/T)

Master of Professional Ethics (P/T)

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2019, JELILI OMOTOLA HALLS A, B & C (Evening Session: 3:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.)

Master of Architecture (M.Arch)

Master of Environmental Design (F/T)

Master of Landscape Architecture (P/T)

Master of Urban Design (P/T)

PGD in Environmental Design (P/T)

Master in Project Management (P/T)

Master of Science in Construction Management (F/T)

Master of Science in Construction Technology (F/T)

Master of Science in Quantity Surveying (F/T)

Master in Urban & Regional Planning (P/T)

Master of Science in Urban & Regional Planning (F/T)

Professional Master of Urban Logistics & Transportation Policy (P/T)

Master of Science in Sociology (F/T & P/T)

Master of Criminology (F/T & P/T)

Master of Science in Budgeting & Policy Financial Management (F/T & P/T)

Master of Pension Management (P/T)

For further information on the unilag School of Postgraduate Studies qualifying examination, please contact: Deputy Registrar/Administrative Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos, Yaba, Lagos.  E-mail: [email protected] OR [email protected]

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Ignatius Ajuru University Online Clearance and Registration Continues

Ignatius Ajuru University Online Clearance and registration

Ignatius Ajuru Univeristy Continuation Of Online Clearance And Registration.

Ignatius Ajuru University Online Clearance and Registration

the Ignatius ajuru university management in a note, wishes to remind there freshers (new student) about there uncompleted clearance and registration which was left amid covid-19 pandemic and needed to completed in order to be a full fledged student of their university.

below is the reminder note written by Ignatius ajuru university management.

FOR 2019/2020 ADMISSION EXERCISE
We trust you are taking all precautionary measures to stay safe during this outbreak of Corona Virus. Please stay safe! Candidates who were admitted during the 2019/2020 academic session are required to continue their clearance and registration processes as follows:

Step 1: (Candidates who have not accepted their admission on JAMB CAPS before the outbreak of Corona Virus (Covid-19) :
a. Login to your JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS),
ACCEPT their admission and print their admission letter and result
slip. (Colored Printout only. On completion of step 1, proceed to step
2.
NB: Admitted candidates who strictly undergo the clearance process
as directed in the “Online Clearance Procedure/ Requirements for
2019/2020 Admission Exercise” will have their names forwarded to
JAMB for the National Matriculation List which will prepare them for
error free mobilization into the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)
after graduation.

Step 2 (For those who have just accepted their admission
and those who have previously accepted the admission in
JAMB CAPS but have not paid acceptance fee)
b. Login to the university portal and pay your acceptance fee of N41,
000.00 only online using the following methods: Pay-Direct,
Mastercard or Verve (login to enterpriseschoolsportal.iauoe.edu.ng)
c. Update all forms in the university portal after paying your
acceptance fee. The following forms are to be updated in the
portal:
S/N Online Forms (to be updated)

  1. Acceptance Form.
  2. Departmental Eligibility Form.
  3. Provisional Admission Letter.
  4. Admission Status.
  5. Clearance Registration Form.
  6. Identity Card Clearance Form.
  7. Bio-Data Form Scan and Upload the following documents into the portal (Colored only):
    Recommended: Not more than 2mb
  8. JAMB admission letter
  9. JAMB Result Slip
  10. Letter of Attestation or Recommendation
    (Addressed to the Registrar, IAUE)
  11. Age Declaration/Birth Certificate.
  12. Local Government Identification Letter.
  13. O’ Level Results (NECO, WASC)
  14. NCE, OND, NABTEB Results (for DIRECT ENTRY
    Candidates ONLY)
    After updating and uploading the required documents, you will be
    notified within two days to proceed and pay your school fees. All
    submitted documents will be verified.

    Step 3: For Students who have Been Cleared by Admission unit,
    but were not yet cleared by the faculty before the outbreak of
    Corona Virus (Covid-19):
    Students whose files have been signed by clearance officers in the
    Admission Unit should keep their files with them intact and proceed to
    pay their school fees online, whether departmental and faculty
    clearance have been completed or not. The university will give further
    directive on the submission of files when that is safe and possible.
    Step 4: This is applicable to all level 100 students who have paid
    acceptance fee, but have not paid their school fees before the
    outbreak of Corona Virus (Covid-19):
    Due to the recent changes in our registration processes, all students
    who have paid their acceptance fee and updated/uploaded their
    information correctly are automatically activated to pay school fees.
    Students who have started the physical clearance process at the
    Admission office before the outbreak of Corona Virus (Covid-19) should
    not upload any document. Kindly proceed to pay your school fees.
    Step 5:
    ISSUANCE OF MATRICULATION NUMBERS:
    Students who have successfully completed their registration processes
    and have paid school fees should login to their profile from 25th May,
    2020 to view their Matriculation Numbers. Students’ Matriculation
    Numbers are automatically integrated into their portal, from then
    onwards, the Matriculation Numbers should be used in all transactions
    with the university.

All fresh students should note that all registrations for 2019/2020
academic ends on 25th May, 2020. Also note that any student who did
not complete their registration by the above date have lost the admission.

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Ignatius Ajuru University Resumption date

what is the resumption date for ignatius ajuru university?

IGNATIUS AJURU RESUMPTION DATE

Following the directive by the Rivers State Government to reopen the
2019/2020 academic session online after the temporary closure due
to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ignatius ajuru University Senate met virtually today, Thursday 30th April, 2020 and reached the following decisions about the resumption date:

  1. That the 2019/2020 Academic Session reopens online on
    Monday 4th May, 2020.
  2. All Lectures for years 1-3 NON-SIWES groups begin on Monday
    4th May, 2020 and end on Friday, 29th May, 2020.
  3. All Lectures for the SIWES group (Final year) begin on 4th May,
    2020 and end on Friday 3rd July, 2020.
  4. All registration for fresh students admitted in the 2019/2020
    Academic session should continue online immediately with effect
    from today, Thursday 30th April, 2020 and ends on Monday, 25th
    May, 2020.
    Comprehensive procedure for online registration is published online
    for the affected students.
    Please note that students who fail to complete their registration
    process and pay the approved fees, would not be allocated
    Matriculation Numbers. All such students will be deemed to have
    forfeited the admission.
  5. Allocation of Matriculation Numbers to fresh students who have
    duly completed registration begin on Monday 25th May 2020.
    Assigned Matriculation Numbers will be accessed through student’s
    individual profile on the University Portal.
  6. First Semester Examination for Non-SIWES Final year students
    begin online on Monday 18th May, 2020 and end on Monday 25th
    May, 2020. The already published Examination timetable remains
    the same.
  7. First Semester Examination for years 1-3 begin on 1st June,
    2020 and end on 12th June, 2020. Timetable for the Examination
    will be published by the Timetable Committee.
  8. First Semester Examination for the SIWES group begin on 6th
    July, 2020 and end on 10th July, 2020.
  9. Defence for Postgraduate Diploma students is to be concluded
    online for those who have not done so and results submitted for
    only those who have paid school fees and defence fees with
    Matriculation Numbers to the Postgraduate School on or before
    Friday, 8th May, 2020.
  10. Timetable for online teaching remains the same as earlier
    published for the First Semester of the 2019/2020 academic
    session.
    Details for defence for the Doctorate degree students will be
    published by the Postgraduate School.
    Please stay online and stay safe.

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Rivers State University Resumption Date for Continuation of 2019/2020 Academic Session

RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY RESUMPTION DATE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ONLINE ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES.

Rivers State University resumption date

The Senate of the Rivers State University (rsu) at a meeting held on Tuesday, 28th April, 2020. To review the management of the COVID-19 pandemic and in compliance with the directives of the Rivers State Government on e-learning have approved the following decisions, on resumption date of the institutions activities .

1. That the university shall resume online academic activities effective Monday 4th May 2020.

2. That students are to continue to stay at home in line with the physical distancing directives of the State and Federal Government.

3. That Postgraduate online lectures shall commence on Monday, 4th of May 2020.

4. That first semester examinations for undergraduate students shall commence online on Monday, 11th of May 2020.

5. That all lectures or meetings with students shall be online using web-based video conferencing options in line with physical distancing directives.

In line with the above, parents and guardians are hereby encouraged to support their children and wards by providing them with the minimum hardware and data required to enable them effectively participate in the online lectures and examinations.

Students who have not completed their registration are requested to do so as only duly registered students will have access to the portal for participation in the examinations.

Students are also advised to check the university website on: http://www.rsu.edu.ng for further information.

According to the management of rivers state university it was made clear that the following method implemented will go far in the following up of school activities and at the same time keeping both the student and lecturers safe.

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List of Less Competitive Courses Studied in Esut

What are the courses that are less competitive in Esut?

less competitive courses in Esut

Ok...in my previous post I talked about the list of courses that are most competitive in Enugu state university of science and technology (Esut).

But today we’re going to be talking about the list of courses that are less competitive in Esut.

But before we do that let’s first of all give you some fact about Esut.

SIX FACTS ABOUT ESUT:

  1. Enugu state university of science and technology is known to be the first university of science and technology in Nigeria.
  2. The name of the present vice chancellor of Enugu state university of science and technology is professor Luke Okechukwu Anike
  3. Esut have a total of 50,000 thousand students in whole institution these include postgraduate, undergraduate, master and other students running one program or the other
  4. Esut offers a total number of eight two courses in eleven faculties
  5. The first and only Esut vice-chancellor to be kidnapped was professor Cyprian onyeji…he was kidnapped on 15th of august 2012 by 11:30am in front of the institutions gate by unknown gun men.
  6. The founder of Enugu state university of science and technology (Esut) is Jim Nwobodo the former governor of Anambra state.

List of less competitive courses studied in Esut

So below is the list of less competitive courses studied in Esut.

  • Agricultural economics and extension
  • Animal science and fishery
  • Agronomy and ecological management
  • Food science and technology
  • Applied biochemistry
  • Applied biology and biotechnology
  • Applied microbiology and brewing
  • Industrial physics
  • Industrial chemistry
  • Industrial mathematics and statistics
  • Geology and mining
  • Applied biochemistry
  • Applied biology and biotechnology
  • Applied microbiology and brewing
  • Industrial physics
  • Industrial chemistry
  • Industrial mathematics and statistics
  • Geology and mining
  • Applied biochemistry
  • Applied biology and biotechnology
  • Applied microbiology and brewing
  • Economics
  • Political science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology and anthropology
  • Estate management
  • Geography and metrology
  • Quantity surveying

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UNN Important Notice for Newly Admitted Student

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 This is to notify all (UNN) candidates who were formally admitted through Supplementary Admissions into MEDICINE/SURGERY, PHARMACY, LAW AND NURSING SCIENCES, but who were re-assigned to other related courses, in compliance with the directives from the Regulatory Agencies/JAMB to keep to approved Quota in those courses, that JAMB has placed A DEADLINE OF 30TH APRIL, 2020 to accept the courses so re-assigned in JAMB PORTAL.

FAILURE TO ACCEPT THE COURSES SO RE-ASSIGNED would compel JAMB to DELETE THEIR NAMES FROM JAMB CAPS AND REPLACE THEM WITH OTHER CANDIDATES.

ALL SUCH CANDIDATES ARE THEREFORE ADVISED IN THEIR OWN INTEREST TO QUICKLY ACCEPT THE COURSES SO RE-ASSIGNED TO AVOID THEIR NAMES BEING DELETED AND ENTIRELY LOOSING THE ADMISSION.

/SGD/

REGISTRAR

NOTE:

In order to accept the reassigned coursed, the following steps should be followed:

Candidates will log in to their jamb profile

Click on check admission status

Click on access my CAPS

click on transfer

Click on accept NOT reject

remember these should be done on or before april 30th 2020 to avoid termination of admission by jamb, and if you don’t like the course change you are also free to reject it through the jamb

 This is to notify all unn candidates who were formally admitted through Supplementary Admissions into MEDICINE/SURGERY, PHARMACY, LAW AND NURSING SCIENCES, but who were re-assigned to other related courses, in compliance with the directives from the Regulatory Agencies/JAMB to keep to approved Quota in those courses, that JAMB has placed A DEADLINE OF 30TH APRIL, 2020 to accept the courses so re-assigned in JAMB PORTAL.unn unn

FAILURE TO ACCEPT THE COURSES SO RE-ASSIGNED would compel JAMB to DELETE THEIR NAMES FROM JAMB CAPS AND REPLACE THEM WITH OTHER CANDIDATES.

ALL SUCH CANDIDATES ARE THEREFORE ADVISED IN THEIR OWN INTEREST TO QUICKLY ACCEPT THE COURSES SO RE-ASSIGNED TO AVOID THEIR NAMES BEING DELETED AND ENTIRELY LOOSING THE ADMISSION.

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