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Friday, 31 March 2017

How To Print Out Your JAMB PINs From The JAMB e-Facility Platform

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The Joint Admission Matriculation Board [JAMB] has finally reacted to many students complain with the issue of pin vending. The board wishes to inform all UTME candidates who has payed for their pins in various banks and yet to receive it that they can now log in to their JAMB Account to print it out.

This entails that if you have already created your jamb account and already paid your N5,500 at the bank without them issuing you your pin you can now print it out yourself through the JAMB e-facility Portal.


NOTE: You can not complete the steps am about to give with your Mobile Phones, Its advisable to use a desktop or a laptop so as to be able to print.


Steps To Print Your JAMB PINs From The JAMB e-Facility Platform.

  • Candidates are log to the e-facility portal by clicking here http://www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility/Home
  • Click The Sales Of Form Tab at the Left Hand Side Of The Portal
  • Select The UTME Examination Tab To View The Pin Vending Details and Pin.
  • You Can Print It Out By Clicking on the Print Receipt Tab.

See Sample Image Below:





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ASUU Gives Federal Government July 2017 Ultimatum or .....

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The National President of the union, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, stated this during a news conference at the University of Abuja yesterday where he said the Federal Government is owing academics in federal universities unpaid allowances of not less than N128 billion.
“In view of this, the union rose from its NEC meeting at the Bayero University Kano observing that the particular issue of EAA cannot be meaningfully addressed unless within an agreed framework. Hence the National Executive Council (NEC) of ASUU resolved that all outstanding arrears of EAA should be paid not later than July 2017.

“The decision of ASUU-NEC on the issue has since been communicated to the Minister of Education, Senate President and the Chairman, Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFund,’’ he said.


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Alvan Ikoku Federal College 2016/17 NCE 3rd Batch Admission List Out

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This to inform all NCE Applicant of the The Alvan Ikoku Federal College that the third admission list for 2016/2017 NCE courses is now available on notice boards in the school premises or online on the website. 

Please note that Acceptance fees are expected to be paid within 3 weeks of the publication date (29th March 2017) to avoid forfeiting the offer of admission.



Please check your name in the link below:
https://alvanikoku.edu.ng/the-alvan-ikoku-20162017-third-nce-admission-list-is-out/ 

Congrats To All Admitted Students!!!


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Nigerian Air-force Warns Against Fraudulent Recruitment Activities

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The attention of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has been drawn to the activities of fraudsters masquerading as NAF recruitment agents and fraudulently extorting money from unsuspecting Nigerians. It is disheartening to note that some people still allow themselves to be swindled by these unscrupulous individuals despite repeated warnings and spirited efforts over the years to enlighten the public about the nefarious activities of these fraudsters. 


Sadly, there have been recent disturbing reports of people falling victims to fraudsters who request applicants to pay money into certain bank accounts in order to assist them to be shortlisted for the ongoing 2017 NAF Recruitment Exercise. It has therefore become necessary to warn the public against this unwholesome patronage.

Once again, the public is please reminded that recruitment and selection process into the NAF is free and without any form of gratification. 


Furthermore, the process is devoid of recruitment agents hence anyone who claims to be operating in such capacity on behalf of the NAF is a fraudster


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FUNAI 2016/17 New School Fees Payment Deadline Announced

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The Federal University Of Ndufu-Alike Ikwo [FUNAI] has announced the deadline for the payment of school fees for all students of the institution for the 2016/2017 session.


The Dean of Students’ Affairs, Dr. Charles Okolie said the University Management has given a grace of two weeks to students who were yet to pay their school fees, noting that deadline for payment of school fees is now 27th April, 2017, failure of which would attract forfeiture of the written examinations by affected students, as the results would not be released or recorded.

Please Inform Others!!! 


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FGA, Suleja 2017/18 Entrance Exam Form Into JSS1 On Sale- Apply Here

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The Federal Ministry Of Education, Federal Government Academy, Suleja [Centre For The Gifted And Talented] 2017/2018 Entrance Admission Form Into JSS1 On Sale.
Applications are hereby Invited from interested and qualified candidates for admission into JS 1 in the Federal Government Academy, Suleja for the 2017/2018 academic year.

Federal Government Academy, Suleja is a National Centre for nurturing gifted and talented children. Students of the Academy are on Federal Government scholarship which covers their tuition, boarding feeding, uniforms and basic text/exercise books only.

The Gifted Education programme allows precocious students with outstanding intelligence capable at high academic performance, to fast-track the secondary education curriculum and complete the programme in less than the prescribed years with excellent result. 

The entrance examination into the college will be conducted simultaneously in selected centres in all the six Geopolitical zones of the country on Saturday 13th May, 2017 by 9:00am. In tilling the form, candidates are to choose any one of the following examination centres listed on the form. The centres are : FGA Suleja, FGGC Akure, FGGC Bauchi, FCC Kane, FGC Olcigwa, fCC
PortHarcourt, FCC Ilorin, Queen’s College Lagos, FGGC Onitstia, FGGC Yola, FGC Maiduguri, FCC Sokoto, FGGC Gusau, FGGC Zaria, FGC Keffi, FGGC Benin, FGCC Bwari, FCC Daura.



List of succeàsful candidates will be published on the school notice Boards and the College websites on a date to be announced.
Click Here To Download Admission Form
Note: Candidates should come to the examination halls each with a pen, pencil eraser, ruler and crayon. Admission into the college is strictly on merit and eligibility.

Eligibility
1. Interested candidates must not be more than 11 eleven years of age by December, 2017
2. Each candidate must have completed primary six by the end of 2016/2017 Academic year.
3. Every candidate must produce documents in support of 1 and 2 above.

Closing Date: Friday 28th April, 2017.


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2017/2018 Nigeria Custom Service (NCS) Recruitment Form And Guidlines – www.Customs.gov.ng [READ HERE]

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Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment Form and Guide 2017/2018 – www.customs.gov.ng.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is an independent agency under the supervisory oversight of the Nigerian Ministry of Finance, responsible for the collection of customs revenue and anti-smuggling efforts.
Many of our readers have asking us lot of questions concerning the Customs Service 2017 recruitment form and when it will be available online. In other to relax your mind from being curious about the Nigeria Customs Service, I recommend this guide below to you.

We usually advise our readers not to rush over many recruitments online. So please take that we will be the first portal to bring this information to your step as soon as the long-awaited Nigerian Customs Service 2017 Recruitment Form comes out
N/B: The Nigeria Customs Service 2017 Recruitment Form is not out yet. My advice for you now is to stop looking for where to purchase the application form online to avoid been scam.
Meanwhile keep on visiting this website for new update concerning the recruitment as we shall publish it here as we promised earlier whenever the 2017 Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment Form comes out.
Also, If you need us to help you with this information at the right time about Nigerian customs service recruitment form 2016/2017, kindly provide us your phone number and email Address in the comment box below. Also, feel free to ask any question pertaining to this guide.


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2017 Recruitment At FUTA, Federal University Of Technology Akure (SALARIES INCLUDED) - Apply Now

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Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA Recruitment 2017 | In this article you will get latest updates on Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) 2017 recruitment requirements, qualifications, guidelines and other important updates for free.

The Federal University of Technology, Akure, invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the Non-teaching positions below:
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the under listed vacant positions in the University:
Job Title:  DIRECTOR (LEGAL UNIT) CONTISS 15 (N2,242,999.00-N2,886,591.00)
Qualification required: 
  • A good first degree in law from a recognized University with at least fifteen (15) years post qualification cognate experience, a major part of which must be in the legal unit of University administration.
  • Candidate for this position must have served at least as a Deputy Registrar (legal) in a University administration for at least five (5) years and must be computer literate.
  • Possession of higher degree and membership of a recognized professional body will be added advantage.
Job Title:  CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER (CONMESS 7) —N4,222,544.00 – N5,128,200.00 Qualification required: 
  • MBBS or MB.Ch. B from a recognized University with a minimum of 20years cognate post registration experience.

Job Title:  DEPUTY CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER (CONMESS 6) —N3,419418.00 – N4,207,000.00
Qualification required:
  • MBBS or MB.Ch. B from a recognized University with a minimum of 20years cognate post registration experience.
Job Title:  CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER (CONTRACT): CONTISS 13 (N1446,499.00-N 1,909,755.00)
Qualifications Required:
 Candidates should:
  • Possess a minimum of HND or a good honours degree from a recognized university with at least fifteen (15) years’ experience in security related job
  • Be a retired Armed forces officer not below the rank of a Major in the Nigerian Army or Chief Superintendent of Police or the SSS equivalent.
  • Be a mature individual with a proven record of integrity, discipline and physical fitness. Experience in security coverage of a tertiary institution will be an added advantage
Responsibilities:
  • General supervision, investigation, and administration of security in the University
  • Recruitment / training of security staff
  • Membership of all committee as may be appointed /directed.
  • Any other duty as may be assigned him by the Vice- Chancellor from time to time


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Thursday, 30 March 2017

JAMB SCRAPS Computer Base Test (CBT)

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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced its resolve to abolish Computer Based Test (CBT) method for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) due to low computer literacy level of candidates.

It has also, in collaboration with a private institute, resolved to set up dedicated UTME centers for visually impaired candidates in Abuja, Lagos and Kano in 2018.

Registrar of the board, Prof. Is-haq Olanrewaju Oloyede, who said this in Kaduna yesterday, however, said the board would not revert to the old paper and pencil mode, but an “eight-key device”.
He spoke at the opening of Strategic Planning Retreat on Monitoring and Supervision of 2017 UTME at Arewa House in Kaduna.

Oloyede said the device would eradicate the challenge of low computer literacy and phobia for mouse by some candidates.

He said: “From the general feedback on the adoption of the Computer-Based Test mode, we have noted the challenge of computer low level literacy of some candidates, especially with the phobia for the mouse. This has been responsible partly for the call by some people for reversal to the Paper and Pencil Test mode.

“To ensure equity and level playground for all candidates taking Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the board has designed a system that will allow candidates use only eight keys without the use of mouse.  All the candidates need to do is to press the letters A, B, C, D for responses to questions and keys: P, N, S and R representing; previous question, next question, submit and reverse, respectively.”

On the new arrangements for the visually impaired candidates, the JAMB Registrar said Digital Bridge Institute in partnership with the board has agreed to set up three dedicated centres in Abuja, Lagos and Kano in 2018.

He added that the board would support the centres with necessary inputs.

Ahead of 2018, when the project of dedicated centres will come to fruition, the board has reached an understanding with the association for the blind persons in Nigeria and blind students in Lagos that an abridged approach would be used for the 2017 UTME, whereby all prospective blind candidates would be invited to three centres in the country for special assessment in their subjects of choice and relevance to their desired courses and programmes.

Oloyede while addressing the participants, most of whom are external supervisors and other stakeholders drawn from various tertiary institutions and education sector, said concerned stakeholders must take UTME as their own and make it a project.

He noted that the conduct of the board’s examination, which is a selection examination, is the foundation of quality education.

Oloyede, therefore, advised stakeholders to see their involvement in UTME as a call to national duty and personal sacrifice.

The registrar said the agency may reduce the timeline for the UTME from three hours to two hours.

He added that the question papers will be uploaded five minutes to the examinations to check malpractice.

He said: “As for the 2017 UTME, it is likely we reduce the duration of the examinations. We are looking at two hours for the examinations instead of the present three-hour timeline. This is in line with international best practices.

“As for the candidates, for their age, the maximum time they can sit for examinations is two hours. Even in terms of international standard, for primary school pupils, the maximum time for examinations is between 45minutes and one hour.”

He confirmed that about 300,000 candidates might sit for the mock UTME examinations on April 8, which will be used to test-run its new technology to make its examinations easier for students.


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How To Prepare And PASS WAEC and JAMB Examination In ONE Sitting

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West African Examination Council (WAEC) is an examination board that prepares and conducts the West African Senior School Certificate Examination. This senior school certificate is the University entry examinations in West African countries. The participating countries include Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia. 

WAEC is very important. As a matter of fact, it is the first external examination that determines your admission status. You must not fail waec. So many things will go wrong if you fail waec. That’s why you should do everything within your ability to pass waec in one sitting.

For the last three consecutive years, about 60% of students have failed these exams. However, with adequate preparations, students in West African countries can actually pass this examination. The tips on how to adequately prepare for the WAEC examination form the basis of discussion here below where they will be highlighted.


Tips for Passing WAEC Exams



1. Have a Decent Timetable for Your Studies

The WAEC examinations are not the kind of exams that students just get in and perform well. You must have a decent timetable that outlines your reading schedule. This schedule should allocate adequate time for all your subjects.

2. Don't Depend On Waec Expo 

This is the reason why so many candidates fail waec. They depend on answers that will be sent to them on the waec examination day. Getting waec answers on the exam day is still very valid. You can get both waec theory and Objective answers in your inbox. However, they are not to be trusted. You can be a victim of wrong answers. 

3. Have Confidence in Yourself

You should be very confident in yourself and believe that you will pass the exams. Though the exams are usually hard for students to pass, a confident student will easily pass the exams and proceed to the University. Therefore, students should exercise self confidence before and during the exams.

4. Don't Procrastinate

Later things. This is the top language of procrastinators. You need to start anything you need to start so as to pass waec. Do not delay or surrender. 

5. Take Notes when you Study

During your allocated time for study, it is important to take notes on some important points. These notes might help you when doing a final revision for the annual WAEC exams. 


6. Don't Be Afraid of Some Subjects

Maths is difficult. This is the language many waec candidates. Yours may not be mathematics. But make sure you kill any fear you have for any subject. They are all simple. 

7. Revise Past Papers

While doing your revision, you should allocate good time revising the past papers. As a trend by the WAEC, examination tests are drawn from previous papers. They only twist the questions to get a new examination. Therefore, you should not ignore the past papers and actually take it as a preparation strategy to revise them. Read all the Examination Rules Before Exams Being a regional examination body, WAEC has strict rules that govern its examinations. You should thus read all the rules before getting into an exam room. Though the rules will be written in front of the question paper, some students fail to read them during examination period and thus show the importance of reading them prior to the exams. 

8. Get Adequate Sleep and Eat Well

As the examination dates approaches, you should have healthy meals and give yourself enough sleeping time. This is one of the preparation strategies that have been ignored by students who opt for extending study hours during the night. This could be the reason for the regular failure by students. Get this strategy right and sleep well. 

9. Improve in your Writing 

Your writing is the first thing examiners look at. Make your writing very clear and simple. Write in a very simple and understandable English. 

10. Compose yourself and Properly Present your Answer

You should plan to compose yourself during the examination. Learn the right sitting postures for examinations. And don’t be in a rush to answer questions during the exams.

11. And yes.. pray before and after your Exams.



The above mention tips should be followed by senior school students who want to prepare adequately for their forthcoming West Africa Examination Council examination.

Source: Elitesportal.com.ng



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JAMB Scraps The Use Of Mouse, Adopts “Eight-Key Device” System For 2017 CBT Exam

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In order to deal with the challenge of computer low level literacy of some candidates, especially with the phobia for the mouse, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB has disclosed that it will adopt an “eight-key device” for the 2017 UTME.

Speaking during the Strategic Planning retreat on Supervision and Evaluation of 2017 UTME examinations the JAMB Registrar noted that in order to ensure equity and level playground for all candidates taking the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the Board has designed a system that will allow candidates use only eight (8) keys without the use of the mouse.



All the candidates need to do is to press the letters A,B,C,D for responses (answers) to questions and keys P, N, S and R representing different functions as follows:
P = Previous question
N = Next question
S = Submit responses when candidate has finished examination
R = Reverse (do not intend to go further to submit again)

According to him, this new method will eradicate the challenge of low computer literacy and phobia for mouse by some candidates.

On the new arrangements for the visually impaired candidates, the JAMB Registrar said Digital Bridge Institute in partnership with the board has agreed to set up three dedicated centres in Abuja, Lagos and Kano in 2018.

But for the 2017 UTME, board has reached an understanding with the association for the blind persons in Nigeria and blind students in Lagos that an abridged approach would be used for the 2017 UTME, whereby all prospective blind candidates would be invited to three centres in the country for special assessment in their subjects of choice and relevance to their desired courses and programmes.


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UTME Invalid ePin: JAMB Issues 9 New Warnings To Candidates

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UTME Invalid ePin For Registration: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB Has Issued  9 New Warnings To Candidates. Since the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) started the sale of the 2017 University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) form, candidates have been finding it hard to do their registration.
Some have been complaining about getting the pin to be used to register for the exam. According to the board, its attention has been drawn to cases of candidates who have bought ePINS and have not been able to proceed with their registration.

Ngschoolz.com gathered from JAMB Twitter handle that the cause of the invalid pin being experienced by candidates was due to a very high rate of candidates buying ePINS without creating their profile first, incorrect email address provided at the bank teller and unforeseen technical issues in the PIN vending system.
JAMB has issued warning to candidates doing their registration, asking them not buy new pins in case of invalid pins.


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