Thursday, 22 December 2016

Successful Police Candidates to start Training by December 31st, 2016

Successful Police Candidates to start Training by December 31st

Following the Dec 6, publication of the successful candidates for recruitment into the Nigerian Police force, the successful candidates are to resume training at their designated training centers as specified below:
The report....

" The Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has approved Saturday December 31, 2016 as the commencement date for the training of various cadres of applicants who were adjudged successful at the recently concluded 2016 recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Police Force at designated Training Schools nationwide. 

Recall that the recruitment exercise was jointly conducted by the Police Service Commission (PSC), the Federal Character Commission (FCC) and the Nigeria Police Force in compliance with presidential directives. 

According to a statement by DCP Don Awunah, Force Public Relations Officer, “Sixteen (16) Police Training Institutions across the country have been set aside for the training exercise. “Cadet Assistant Superintendents of Police are to report at the Police Staff College Jos, while Cadet Inspectors will train at the Police College, Ikeja. 

“The Recruit Constables are to report at various Police Colleges and Training Schools in various sub-zones, designated for various states. “These include police training facilities in Lagos, Ibadan, Iperu, Orji River and Maiduguri among others. Police training institutions in Bauchi, Kaduna, Sokoto, Ilorin and Minna will also be used for the training exercise. Makurdi, Nonwa-Tai, Benin and Calabar make up the list of centres to be deployed for the training. 

“Applicants for the 2016 recruitment exercise are to check the national dailies, beginning from Saturday 24, December, 2016 for the publication of the comprehensive list of successful candidates. “Successful candidates are enjoined to report to their designated training centres along with the original copies of their certificates and credentials, as well as training kits as specified. 

“State governments, local governments, religious leaders, traditional rulers, community leaders, NGOs, CSOs and members of the public who have genuine and reliable objection or information to the character, conduct or personality traits of those selected should submit such objections or information in writing to the Inspector General of Police through the Commissioner of Police of the state Command of the selected candidate within three weeks of this publication.”
 

Friday, 16 December 2016

iPhone 8 Features and Specification

iPhone 8 Features and Specification

iPhone 8 Features and Specification

Apple is set to release iPhone 8 come January 2017 lunching their 10th Anniversary. The phone is set to have these mouth watering specifications.
iPhone 8 specs and new features

Specification of Moto Z - Motorola Product

Moto z SpecificationMoto z Specification

Specification of Moto Z - Motorola Product

Motorola finally has lunched the long awaited 5.50 - inch touchscreen smartphone that compets with the latest technologies after many years of extinction.
No doubt there have waited patiently to make sure they come out with the Best. Names Moto z. Lunched in June 2016. The specifications are ass follows:

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

How to Identify a Fake Android Device

How to Identify a Fake Android Device

How to Identify a Fake Android Device

Many of us use our smartphones to download all kinds of apps. The shortcoming here is that you don’t know if these apps are original or not. In fact, fake apps can make your phone vulnerable to hacking.  You are encouraged to download the apps on the Google play store.



Research the developer

How to Identify a Fake Android Device
There are thousands of apps that are free to download. Before you download the app, you should do a bit of research about the developer. That means you should Google them. If there is nothing about them on the internet, you shouldn’t download it.

Check the number of downloads

The number of downloads can also help you in making the decision if you should install a particular app or not. Original apps notwithstanding of their level of popularity will have been downloaded more than a million times. If the number is in hundreds, don’t bother yourself.

Read reviews

Sometimes, apps may not have a million downloads but it is original. To get more clarity on this, you should read the reviews of others who have downloaded and used the apps. You can install if there are more positive reviews.

Check user ratings

This is perhaps the simplest way to identify if an app is fake or not. You just check the user ratings which is between 1 and 5. The higher the ratings and the number of people who rate the app, the better the chances that the app is original.

Design and features

Some apps give themselves away by their design. If you look closely at their designs and read the features, you will discover that it may be a cloned app or fake. If you have any doubts, you should avoid the app or get more information about the app.

EVALUATION OF MALARIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE 2

Statement of the Problem

Malaria is one of the leading cause of maternal and prenatal morbidity and mortality in developing countries, Nigeria is not excluded (Okeke et al., 2005). Regrettably, there seams

EVALUATION OF MALARIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE

EVALUATION OF MALARIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC AT FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRES

ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was evaluate malaria among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in Abakaliki metropolis. Descriptive survey design was adopted for the study. A convenience method of sampling was sued to select 80 pregnant women from federal medical centre

Monday, 12 December 2016

Why we should be happy about Buhari's Presidency



Just last night I got these listings quoting why we should be happy about President Muhammad Buhari's Presidency so I felt like sharing it.

Please Read Carefully and Make your own contribution. Let's Review. and I quote

"Why am happy that  Muhammadu Buhari is the President !!!

Today, I want to take time and thank GOD for making Buhari the president of this country.

At first, I did not understand why GOD allowed it to happen. But now I know and I HAVE SEEN

reasons why we should accept his Presidency.  

Had it been Buhari did not become President:

1. We will think that by now fuel will be #45 per litre.

2. We will think that by now #1 will be equal to $1.

3. We will think that by now three million jobs would have been created.

4. We will think that by now unemployed youths would have been receiving #5,000.00 stipends.

5. We will think that by now pupils would have been getting at least a meal(including fruits) in school.

6. We will think that by now Buhari would have made his assets and liabilities public.

7. We will think that by now maternal and children healthcare services would be free.

8. We will think that by now Boko Haram will be a thing of the past.

9. We will think that by now all corrupt leaders will be in jail.

10. We will think that by now Electricity will be 24/7

11. We think that by now Nigeria will be the Greatest and strongest Economy in the world.

12. We will think by now a bag of rice will be N5000 with a boom in Agriculture.

13. We will think by now Nigeria would have recovered all looted funds.

14. We will think by now Nnamdi Kanu would have declared Independent State of Biafra.

15. We will think that by now Nigeria would have gotten 3 standard working Refinery.

16. We will think that by now Nigeria would have stopped importation of fuel.

17. We will think by now office of the First Lady will no longer exist.

18. We will think by now National Assembly salary would have been cut down to 50%.

19. We will think that by now 720,000 jobs by the 36 states in the federation yearly (20,000 per state) would have been created.

20. We will think that by now there would be permanent peace in the Niger Delta.

21. We will think that by now Chibok girls would have been rescued.

22.  We will think that by now the government would have started creating additional middle-class of at least two million new home owners in the first year in government and one million annually thereafter.

23. By now everybody will be blaming Goodluck Jonathan and calling him clueless.

The list is almost endless..."

This is Nigeria of 2016

The Minister of Agriculture studied French

The Minister of Education studied Accounting

The Minister of Solid Minerals studied International relations

The Minister of Power studied Law

The Minister of Communications studied Law

The Minister of Transport studied English.

Minister of Labour and Employment studied Surgery

Minister of Budget and national planning studied law

Minister of Foreign Affairs studied Medicine

Minister of Petroleum studied Law

IGP studied Agriculture

I didn't say anything ooo but I hope u know why ur economy is on recess."

Friday, 9 December 2016

Reasons You Should Cook At Home Instead of Eating Outside

Reasons You Should Cook At Home Instead of Eating Outside

Variety of Dishes lavishly and tastefully displayed to invite and tempt Lagosians who want to feed their stomach. At Mama puts or Bukkas dotted around the city, you find bankers, civil servants and artisans jostling to buy food at these spots.  Madam give me Amala with efo riro, shaki, roundabout and pomo-they shout at the top of their voices.

In other cases, if you don’t like mama put, then the fancy restaurants is the place you frequent. While you regularly patronise these restaurants every day, have you ever considered cooking for yourself?

Of course, you are very busy and you have to leave home at 4am and return at 10pm and this will not give you time to cook. Perhaps, these reasons shared will encourage you to cook instead of eating out every day.

You can trust what you eating


For those who eat out often, they are not in the know of the kind of ingredients that have been used in preparing the food. It what they are served that they eat. But if you cook at home, you have the discretion to add the content you without any worries.

You hone your cooking skills


Men have the tendency to eat out more than women even though you find both genders at the mama put. Regardless, if you want to improve or hone your cooking skills, it is not by visiting restaurants. You can find time out of your tight to cook. For the men who cook at home, they can brag to friends about their cooking skills and they can show off their cooking skills to their significant other. It is definitely a wonderful feeling.

You save money


You have to spend nothing less than N500 to eat at your favourite restaurants daily. But if you cook, you won’t spend such an amount. Every penny is worth saving in this current recession.

You make healthier choices


Many of the foods you consume at restaurants are processed foods due to the ingredients they are used. Cooking at home not only help you select your own ingredients but ensure that you make choices that will not negatively affect your health.

It builds better relationships


Imagine one of those days your girlfriend who is always coming around to cook for and you told are not to bother about cooking. You will do it. Even though it may not be perfect, she will love you more. In fact, some women say that they prefer men who know how to cook. So, don’t be afraid to show off your culinary skills to your significant other.

Ebonyi State Government Barn Importation of Foreign Rice

Ebonyi State Government Barn Importation of Foreign Rice

From the Ebonyi State Rice World, News reaching us has it that the state
government has Banned the Importation of Foreign Rice into their State and to arrest anybody Bringing Foreign rice in to Ebonyi state.

It is evident that the demand for rice this festival period is always very high and as a result the price of Rice ass at today has skyrocketed to Eight Thousand (N8.000) Naira per Bushel.

People are now bringing in their Rice to the Rice mill to maximize this opporttunity while the offer last.

Your comments or Contributions are welcomed.

 

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

How to Remove your personal Information on the Internet

 
How to Remove your personal Information on the Internet
How to Remove your personal Information on the Internet

This is impossible! In this 21st century and digital age, you want to erase yourself from the internet. That means you want to return to the Stone Age? Well, nobody wants to return to life without the World Wide Web. But, some people will like the feeling whereby you don’t just have to Google their names and everything about them appears online in seconds.
You don’t receive calls from people to ask about your profile. There is no mystery or is anything hidden. If you want that feeling back or you just want to temporarily get off the grid, weu can help you pull this off.  However, think this through before you become an internet ghost.

Deactivate your social media accounts

Deactivate all your social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram. This is the easiest means through which your profile pop up online in search engines. If you decide to change your mind, you can reactivate your account as some of them give you a window period to return.

Remove personal information from websites

If you have your personal information on different forums and websites, you should reach out to them to remove your profile from their websites or better still, you take it down yourself.

Use Deseat.me

If you want to clean up your existence online, this is the website to visit. You only need an email and a password. Any account related to that email will be removed. By the way, it must be a Google email.

Use Google Remove URL Tool

Google is the biggest search engine in the world. If you want to remove your profile or there is information you don’t like in the search results, you can use the Google remove URL tool to suspend the results for 90 days. You can also permanently delete depending on what you want.

Account Killer

This is another software that aggregates links to the account deactivation page of different websites. This simplifies the process of deactivating your accounts. It categorises websites into blacklist and whitelists. For blacklisted websites, you cannot erase your account and vice versa. You can also decide to make your account anonymous.

Friday, 2 December 2016

How to create a Responsive Survey

How to create a Responsive Survey

Surveys are very key to the effective and smooth running of any business. Intermittently, you want to know what your customers think about you and at the same time
improve your product and services. The benefits of conducting a research is infinite. Unlike in the past where you have to distribute questionnaires. Now, there are so many online tools you can use to conduct your survey. Interestingly, these tools are free and anyone can use it.

SurveyPlanet

SurveyPlanet is a fast and easy tool for designing any numbers of business surveys. If you don’t want to create a survey from the start, you can edit the 90 questions template provided. SurveyPlanet can help interpret and share results.

GoogleForms

If you can’t use Survey Monkey, then Google Forms is available. It is absolutely free. You can create as many surveys as you want without any hassle.

Typeform

Typeform is very attractive to use even though there is a free and premium version. Despite this, the free version allows you ask unlimited questions and answers as well as data export.

ZohoSurvey

Zoho Survey is yet another nice survey tool. Users are allowed 15 Survey questions and 150 responses. If you have the money, you can buy the paid one.

SurveyGizmo

SurveyGizmo is a survey software that is very responsive. You can collect any kind of data, get wonderful themes and reach anyone in any part of the world by using its translation feature.

SurveyMonkey

Survey Monkey is one of the most popular survey tools. It is well designed and very easy to use. With the free version, you will get 10 questions, 15 question types, 100 respondents, and some themes and templates. But with Survey Monkey, you can’t export data with the free version.

How to get Noticed at Club

How to get Noticed at club

Reasons why you don't meet new people in the Club

Are you lonely? or are you Single?.... Are you looking for who to hangup with and you don't get noticed when you go out for a club. However, some people have
frequented this particular club every weekend but no one has said hello let alone try to woo them. They will start to question themselves if there something and the next thing is that you will stop seeing them at the club. While some people frown at meeting a partner at a club some people don’t mind. Whichever divide you belong, we have gathers reasons why you are not being noticed whenever you go clubbing in Lagos and other major cities in the World.

Dress responsibly

Some nightcrawlers have the perception that because they are going to the club they can irresponsibly dressed. Rather than use 'beautiful’ to describe you, ‘hot’ will be the preferred word. Without any doubt, your eye-popping dressing to get people’s attention. It is either both of you end up at a nearby Lagos hotel  or he buys you a drink to break the ice.

Don't get  intoxicated

There is no club in Lagos that you won’t find alcohol. It is an important part of nightlife. More like no alcohol, no nightlife. But if you want to meet someone, you have to keep a clear head. Staying away from alcohol won’t be a bad idea. But if you decide to drink, don’t drink until you get intoxicated and start embarrassing yourself.

You may not take him serious

A guy approaching you at a bar may not be serious. At the same time, he may be serious. But how will you know if you don’t hear him out? Remember, both of you are in the club. You don’t have the right to judge him based on the fact that you meet at a club. That’s hypocrisy.

Don't get too busy with friends

Having a great time with friends is one of the best experiences in the world. However, if you are always with your friends, you may not meet someone. At the club, try to find an alone time. This will give you the opportunity to meet persons outside your circle of friends. But ensure that you don’t wander so that your friends won’t search for you.

Don't get your body language to be confusing you

For a lady who wants to meet someone, you should be aware of body language. This will stop you from unconsciously sending the wrong signal. If a guy is looking at you, don’t smile or look towards him if you are not interested.

Thursday, 1 December 2016

UNN Supplementary Admission - 2016/2017

UNN Supplementary Admission - 2016/2017

UNN Supplementary Admission - 2016/2017

The management of University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN has released the list of successful candidates who applied for supplementary admissions into the institution for 2016/2017 academic
session.
UTME Candidates are to check for their names by downloading the Pdf document below;
>>>UNN Supplementary Admission List<<
(NB: The List is best viewed with a PDF enabled device; preferably a Computer)
Candidates offered provisional admission are required to visit the University website (www.unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.unn.edu.ng) and login with your JAMB Registration number to generate and download a Payment Invoice which contains a Remitta number.
The invoice will enable you to make payment of Twenty Five Thousand Naira Only (N25,000.00) Acceptance Fee at any Commercial Bank.
To check other recently released admission lists, click on the various links below;
  1.  UNN admission Clearance Requirement - 2016/2017
  2. UNN Admission Screening
  3.  UNN Current Ranking
  4. UNN Admission Requirement 2016/2017
  5. New way to Print Jamb Admission Letter

UNN admission Clearance Requirement - 2016/2017

UNN admission Clearance Requirement - 2016/2017

UNN admission Clearance Requirement - 2016/2017

We have continued to receive requests for a comprehensive list of documents required for clearance of 2016/2017 newly admitted students of the
University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), hence this post.

Firstly, candidates whose names just appeared on the various UNN Supplementary and Direct Entry Admission lists are required to pay admission acceptance fee of 25,000 naira only. The new students are expected to visit the university portal (http://unnportal.unn.edu.ng), select ‘New Students’ and click ‘SignUp Here’. Enter your JAMB Reg. No. to create your profile, then generate and print out an RRR invoice slip, which you will take along to any commercial bank on the Remita platform to pay Acceptance fee. Collect your payment confirmation slip after the bank payment, then return to the university portal again and login to complete the Acceptance Form online and print Admission slip.

The next thing to do is to proceed to the institution for the admission clearance. The clearance involves the screening and official documentation of your personal data by the university. Remember, school resumed since Thursday, 22nd September.

On arrival at the Nsukka campus of the University, new students (also referred to as Freshers or Freshmen) should proceed to Students Affairs building. There, they will be assigned a temporarily accommodation where they will stay until they have completed their registrations. Male freshers are allocated Isa Kaita Hall while Females are allocated Balewa hostel.

The following documents will be asked for by your faculty officer during the admission clearance which takes place daily at the Ekpo Convocation Arena (Ekpo Ref) for all faculties in Nsukka [NB: Students that have their faculties at UNEC (eg. Law, Business, Environmental faculties) are to proceed to Enugu campus for their clearance];

1) O Level Result:
Your WAEC or NECO or NABTEB result or a combination of any two of them where you made the minimum 5 credit passes on subjects relevant to your field of study.

2) Admission List:
The page of the admission list published on the university website where your name appeared.

3) Attestation Letter:
This is a short letter written by any of your parents or guardians or any other person in a recognizable position of authority who knows you well enough (e.g. Pastor, Traditional ruler, any office holder etc.). The letter addressed to the registrar of the university should simply attest that you will be of good behaviour and abide by the University rules and regulations.

4) Admission Slip /Letter:

This will be printed from the university portal after you have completed the acceptance form online.

5) JAMB Result:
The online result printed out from JAMB website when the 2016 UTME result was released.

6) Screening Result:

A print out of your UNN Admission Screening result slip.

7) Birth Certificate:
Your birth certificate or baptismal card or age declaration document obtained from a Court of Law.

8) Local Government Identification Letter:

This is a document you will get from the secretariat of your local government of origin confirming your nativity. To get this, you may need an introduction/ confirmation letter from the traditional ruler of your community or any other respected individual from your town.

On getting to the Ekpo convocation arena, identify and approach your faculty officer. He or She will, after going through your O level and other documents, give you more forms /documents to fill in. All your documents should be completed, arranged and returned in a particular format specified by the faculty officer.
You will need at least 3 photocopies of each of the document stated above to complete your registration.

After the clearance, a matriculation number will be assigned to you, which will appear on your online profile on the university portal within few days.

Important: You should keep for your self a copy of every single document or payment receipt issued to you at any point through out your stay in the University.


Source:  Here

UNN Admission Screening

UNN Admission Screening


UNN Admission Screening

2016/2017 UNN Admissions Application Form, Date, Cut Off Mark details Finally Out.

In view of several enquiries by candidates and stakeholders on the 2016/2017 Admissions into the University of Nigeria, Nsukka the following information should be noted:

  1. The on-going on-line screening process advertised by the University of Nigeria is for all candidates who made UNN their first choice and who scored 200 and above.
  2. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has already sent to UNN list of all the candidates who made UNN their first choice and who scored 200 and above.
  3. Please note that only candidates that have been screened through our on-line application would be considered for admissions into UNN.
  4. Candidates should also note that the closing date for the screening exercise has been extended by one week to end on 2nd August, 2016.
This is to inform all prospective students of University of Nigeria, Nsukka who selected her as their University of First Choice in the 2016 UTME and scored 200 and above that the Admission screening application form is available now.

To register, follow the steps outlined below.
  1. Log in to the University Portal- unnportal.unn.edu.ng
  2. Click on Prospective students.
  3. Click on Online application
  4. Click on ‘Click to Apply’ under 2016/17 Admission Screening Application
  5. Enter your JAMB Registration Number.
  6. Select your payment mode (Generate Remita Retrieval Reference Number to pay at any bank or simply pay with your bank ATM card).
  7. Return to the portal and enter your JAMB Registration number again.
  8. Proceed with the completion of the form.
  9. Correctly enter your O-Level results.
  10. Upload CLEAR COPIES of all necessary credentials.
  11. Confirm your entries.
  12. Submit your application.
  13. Print out your acknowledgement slip.
  14. Await the announcement from the University.
Your might also want to read about UNN admission requirements
    NB: Be Sure To Use a Computer device and not mobile phones. That way, you will be able to comfortably view navigation menus and follow the instructions above properly without running into any obstacle.

    Source: http://unn-edu.info/2016/07/unn-admission-screening.html

    UNN Current Ranking

    UNN Current Ranking

    UNN Current Ranking

    University of Nigeria always comes amongst the top whenever universities in Nigeria are ranked despite the parameters used. This is apparently the
    case because the school authority has steadily made efforts since inception to improve the course content, research, student affairs, reward of excellence, staff welfare, infrastructure, and a transparent system.
    For example in July 2015, according to Journals Consortiums, University of Nigeria was 2nd Best University in Nigeria as well as 13th Best University in Africa after about 1,447 universities were compared by the Consortium.
    The high rank of UNN has made it one of the highest sought-after schools in Nigeria.

    UNN Postgraduate Courses

    If you wish to further your education at UNN, there are basic requirements you must meet. These requirements include: 5 Credits in O’ Level, and must have completed your compulsory NYSC.
    UNN offers Post Graduate Courses in Graduate Diploma, Masters’ Degree (M.Sc.), and up to Doctor of Philosophy or Doctorate Degree (Ph.D).
    Interested candidates who are eligible to do Diploma must have Upper Credit in HND. Candidates with qualifications like ACCA, ACMA, ICAN and AIB may be considered for a Diploma Program. They must also have 5 credits at O’ Level including English and Mathematics.
    Furthermore for Master’s degree, candidates must have good Second Class Honors Degree from a recognized university with 5 O’ Level Credits (English and Mathematics inclusive). Candidates who hold other qualifications apart from the one above will be subject to review of the School Senate before admission is considered.
    Finally for Ph.D, candidates must have a minimum of 3.5 CGPA from Master’s Degree and must have demonstrated evidence of completed academic research.
    If you meet these requirements, you can check the University portal for sales of postgraduate entry forms and later proceed to the school for further application.

    UNN Grading System

    At UNN, Grading System is done on a scale of 5 just like that of every other university in Nigeria. The rundown is shown below:
    First Class Division: (100 – 70 with 5.00 – 4.50 CGPA)
    Second Class Upper Division: (69 – 60 with 4.49 – 3.50 CGPA)
    Second Class Lower Division: (49 – 45 with 3.49 – 2.40 CGPA)
    Third Class Division: (49 – 45 with 2.39 – 1.50)
    These grades determine what students graduate with after studying for a stipulated duration of his/her course. First class graduates are often retained in the school.

    UNN Admission Requirement

    Admission requirement of UNN is at least 5 Credits (including English and Mathematics) in NOT more than two sittings from O’ Level.
    Even though this condition is the basic for all departments, other rules may apply from one department to another. All candidates MUST score at least 200 and above in JAMB (though this score is subject to change depending on student population and JAMB guidelines).
    The cut-off score required to gain admission to study the course of your choice at University of Nigeria varies from faculty to faculty. All prospective candidates must apply for Post UTME by visiting their portal on www.unn.edu.ng as well as check your result there.
    Both operations are done using the PIN from your scratch cards purchased at designated banks announced by the school. Also, UNN Direct Entry candidates take exams before they are considered for admission. Only students who made the school their first choice at JAMB are allowed to take Post UTME.

    UNN Duration of Studies

    University of Nigeria uses the standard of 6-3-3-4 system of education in Nigeria, which means undergraduates spend at least 4 years doing a program in the University.
    Also, all other courses offered at University of Nigeria follow this schedule of 4 years (where a student does not have an extra semester), but there are variations in courses like Law, Engineering (which requires 5 years), and Medicine and Surgery (6/7 depending on school calendar).

    UNN Transcript

    As part of continued efforts to serve alumni of the University better, University of Nigeria has designed an electronic platform where they can place order for transcripts through their portal on alumni.unn.edu.ng/web/guest/itranscript.
    This method of requesting for transcript is known as iTranscript application. It enables all ordered transcripts to be sent electronically to the schools were they are needed. This way, alumni don’t have to visit the school and queue for their transcript as this makes the process of transcript application a lot easier and convenient for alumni of the school.
    When you open the page, click on Continue and all the required information (like school where it is needed, full address of its school, ZIP, country and continent for foreign schools) will be inputted on the portal. All payments must be made online. Note that as soon as your transcript is picked up by your courier of choice, the tracking number of your transcript will be sent to you.
    When you are done doing all that is required of you, use the Quit button to log out.

    Source: http://jambresults.org.ng/how-to-study-in-university-of-nigeria-nsukka/

    UNN Admission Requirement 2016/2017

    UNN Admission Requirement 2016/2017

    UNN Admission Requirement 2016/2017

    This article covers the UNN admission  requirement into the university covering the under listed categories:

    UNN Admission Requirement | Faculty of Law,

    UNN Admission Requirement | Faculty of Social Sciences,

    UNN Admission Requirement | Faculty of Engineering,

    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Animal Science,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Soil Science,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Agric. Economics,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Agric. Extension,
     Admission Requirement | Faculty of Mass Communication,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Archaeology & Tourism,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of History & International Studies,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Performing Arts,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Music,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of English & Literary Studies,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Foreign Languages,
    Admission Requirement | Faculty of Linguistics & Nigerian Languages

    Unn Reviewed Entry Requirements for Undergraduate Admission 

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     FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE


    AGRIC ECONOMICS
    AGRIC EXTENSION
    ANIMAL SCIENCE
    CROP SCIENCE
    SOIL SCIENCE
    Two ‘A’ level passes (London/Cambridge/Cameroon) in Chemistry and any of Biology/Botany /Zoology/Agricultural Science, Economics, Physics, Geography/Geology, Mathematics (Pure & Applied) in addition to UTME entry requirement.

    OND, NCE, HND and Degree in Agricultural Science/Animal Health and related fields with a minimum of Lower Credit (Merit) in addition to UTME Entry requirement.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes in subjects which must include English Language, Biology/or Agricultural Science, Chemistry and either Mathematics, or Physics
    Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any one of Physics and Mathematics

    HOME SCIENCE

    As in Agricultural Economics
    In addition to the UTME/General University Entry requirements, a candidate must obtain credit passes in Chemistry, Biology or Food and Nutrition or Agricultural Science

    Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, Food and Nutrition and one of Physics/Mathematics, Economics or Geography.

    NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

    Passes at the Principal levels in the Higher School Certificate Examination or equivalent passes at GCE Advanced Level in two of the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology (Botany and/or Zoology), Agricultural Science, Physics or Mathematics.

    OND, NCE, HND in Nutrition in and Dietetics/Home Economics/Agricultural Science, Food Science plus UTME entry requirements into 2 or 3 hundred levels.

    Certificate in Nursing or approved Diploma/NCE in relevant subjects. Candidate must also satisfy the UTME entry requirement.

    In addition to the UTME/University general entry requirements, candidates must have obtained credits in the O/L subjects which must include Chemistry, Biology or Food and Nutrition or Agricultural Science and Physics or Mathematics.
    Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and Mathematics/Physics

    FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    For the 4-year (Direct entry) B.Sc. programme, candidates must possess at principal level in the Higher School Certificate or equivalent passes in GCE Advanced Level in any two of the following subjects:
    Chemistry
    Biology (Botany or Zoology)
    Agricultural Science
    Physics
    Mathematics
    Candidates with Diploma in relevant subjects may be offered admission by direct entry.

    Credits in Five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings in the Senior School Certificate Examination or its equivalent. The subjects must include: English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics
    PhysicsBiology (Botany or Zoology) or Agricultural Science and any other science subject.

    Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural
    Science, Physics/Mathematics.
    .

    FACULTY OF ARTS


    ARCHAEOLOGY AND TOURISM
    [I] Merit pass in NCE, OND and HND
    [ii] Two ‘A’ level GCE/HSC passes plus UNN UTME entry requirements.

    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language and any Science subject as well as a pass in Mathematics at WASC or GCE O/L or its equivalent.
    English Language and other 3
    Subjects.
    Candidates combining Archeology with Science or social science subject must satisfy the requirements in the respective programmes/departments.

    COMBINED ARTS
    Two ‘A’ level passes in the subjects to be combined.
    Diploma/NCE at merit level and above in subjects to be combined.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language and the subjects to be combined.
    The subjects to be combined and one other subject.

    THEATRE AND FILM STUDIES
    OND/NCE either in Theatre Arts or any other relevant subjects or Advanced level certificate in Literature.
    OND in Mass Communication, Fine and Applied Arts, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Music Management and other relevant areas plus UTME requirements.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes in subjects which must include English language, Literature-in-English, and one science subject at WASCE or its equivalents.
    Literature in English and two other Arts or Social Science.

    ENGLISH/LITERARY STUDIES
    (i) Two A level passes to include Literature in English and one other Art subject. (ii) NCE in English with not lower than C grade (merit). UTME Entry requirements are required for (i) and (ii).
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include Literature in English, English Language and a science subject.
    Literature in English, 2 other Arts or Social Science subjects.

    HISTORY/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
    NCE with a minimum of Merit in History or Government. HSC or GCE ‘A’ level in History or Government and at least one of the following: Economics, English-Literature, English Language, Geography, or any other related subject. .
    WASC/GCE/SSCE/NECO O’ level with a minimum of five credits which must include History or Government, English Language, and a science subject.
    English Language, History or Government and two other Arts or Social Science subjects.

    FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERARY STUDIES
    1. NCE with a minimum of two merit level passes in relevant subjects as well as University entry requirements.

    2. Two passes at GCE Advanced level (A/L), HSC or its equivalent, DALF certificate or an acceptable Baccalaureate Certificate in relevant subjects.
    1. French Single Honours:
    Minimum of five O/level credit passes to necessarily include French, English Language, one science subject and two other arts subjects one of which must be Literature in English.

    2. German Single Honours:
    Minimum of five O/level credit passes to necessarily include English Language, one science subject and three other arts subjects, one of which must be Literature in English.
    German single Honours:
    Any language proficiency certificate from the Goethe Institute will be a great advantage.

    3. French/German combined honours): A Minimum of five O/level credit passes to necessarily include English Language, French, one science subject and two other arts subjects one of which must be Literature in English.

    4. French/Russian combined honours): A Minimum of five O/level credit passes to necessarily include English Language, French one science subject and two other arts subjects one of which must be Literature in English.

    5. UNN accepts candidates who are successful in its one year preparatory programme in French (minimum 40%) plus UTME requirements with the exception of French.

    For 1: French, Literature in English, one other Arts subjects.

    For 2: Literature in English and two other Arts subjects.

    For 3 and 4: French, Literature in English and one other Arts subject.

    FINE AND APPLIED ARTS

    [1] Three GCE ‘A’ level passes in Fine Arts or Technical Drawing plus UTME requirements.
    [ii] OND (credit) in Fine and Applied Arts in addition to UTME requirement.
    [iii] NCE certificate with an average of B grade plus UTME requirement.
    [iv] HND holders in Fine and Applied Arts or its equivalent in relevant areas plus UTME requirement.

    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include Fine/Applied Arts and English Language and one Science subject. Candidates who possess NABTEB/NTC must have 5 credit passes which must include English Language, Technical drawing, painting and decorating and a science subject.
    Fine Art and 2 other Arts or Social Science subjects.
    .UNN accepts HND holders with average of B grade and UTME requirement into 300 level.

    LINGUISTICS, IGBO AND OTHER NIGERIAN LANGUAGES
    Linguistics Option
    Linguistics and Nigerian Languages
    GCE A/level, HSC passes or NCE,(Merit) or its equivalent in relevant Nigerian languages, or any other language and at least one other subject.

    Diploma in Nigerian language, OND in linguistics and language studies/Nigerian language, with at least merit level passes. In all cases UTME requirement is compulsory.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, and one science subject.

    Candidates for Linguistics must have a credit pass in Literature in English. Candidates for Linguistics and Nigerian language must possess a credit pass in the Nigerian language being combined with linguistics.

    Igbo or any other Language and any two other subjects.

    UTME Subjects for Linguistics (Option)
    Literature in English and 2 other subject for Linguistics option.
    .

    MASS COMMUNICATION

    [A] HSC/.GCE ‘A’ level passes in two Arts subjects, plus UTME requirements.
    [B] UNN Diploma in Mass Communication with at least a merit grade, Plus UTME entry requirements.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes including English Language and Literature in English and at least a pass in Mathematics
    Literature in English and any 2 Arts and Social Science subjects.

    MUSIC
    For 3 Years:
    Pass in NCE (single major), UNN Diploma in Music Education, NCE (double major), and OND in music.
    Music Society of Nigeria’s Grade V Certificate.
    Trinity College of Music Grade V certificate
    Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Grade V certificate.
    4-Year Programme
    Candidates with OND or UNN Diploma in courses other than music.

    For 2 Years
    Diploma in Music Education or NCE (Double Major in Music Education) not less than lower credit (Merit).
    Five ‘O’ level Credit passes in any subjects to include English Language.
    Any other three subjects
    UNN requires candidates to pass audition test – for DE and UTME

    FACULTY OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


    COMBINED BIOLOGICAL SCS.
    [i] Two ‘A’ level passes to include one of Botany, Zoology, Biology or Chemistry plus UTME requirements.
    [ii] NCE/HND/Degree in relevant fields plus UTME requirements.
    [iii] ND with at least a merit level pass in relevant field plus UTME requirement.
    Five ‘O’ level Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and other science subject.
    Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.

    BIOCHEMISTRY
    Direct entry candidates are required to have obtained the General Certificate of Education at Advanced Level or the Higher School Certificate at Principal Level in Chemistry, Biology (Botany or Zoology) and Physics plus UTME requirement.

    Five ‘O’ level credit passes in English language, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Biology.
    Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.

    BOTANY
    Passes at ‘principal’ level in the Higher School Certificate Examination or G.C.E. ‘A’ level or its equivalent in Chemistry and Biology or Botany or Zoology in addition to UTME requirements.
    Merit pass in NCE in Biology and Chemistry from a recognized institution, plus University minimum entry requirements.
    In addition to the University minimum entry requirements, credit in English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics in the West African School Certificate Examination or G.C.E. ‘O’ level or its equivalent
    Biology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

    MICROBIOLOGY
    Passes at Higher School Certificate or GCE A/L in Chemistry and Biology, or Chemistry and Zoology, or Chemistry and Botany in addition to the UTME entry requirement..

    In addition to UTME requirement, credits in English language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics in (WASC)/(GCE)/(SSCE)/(NECO) or any other acceptable equivalent certificate.

    Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics.

    ZOOLOGY
    Principal level passes at HSC or GCE A/L in Biology or Zoology, Chemistry and one other Science subject plus UTME requirement..
    Diploma in Applied Biology from recognized institutions plus UTME requirement.
    A degree in relevant fields plus UTME requirements, HND and NCE credit pass are acceptable.
    Five (5) O’ level credit passes obtained at not more than two sittings including Biology, English Language, Mathematics or Physics and Chemistry at School Certificate or its equivalent.

    Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Mathematics.

    FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRTION


    ACCOUNTANCY
    (i) Two A’ level passes chosen from Economics, Accounting, Business Management, Government and Geography.
    (ii) HND/OND/NCE in relevant fields.
    (iii) The following qualifications with UTME requirements.
    Complete pass in the Intermediate ICAN examination or equivalents;
    Pass in final exams of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries;

    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two relevant subjects.
    Mathematics, Economics plus any other Social Science subject.

    BANKING AND FINANCE

    (i) Two A’ level passes chosen from Accounting, Economics, Management, Mathematics, Geography and Statistics.
    (ii) AIB, three year Diploma and other professional qualifications or HND in relevant fields plus UTME requirement.
    (iii) As in Accountancy.
    Five O’ level credits to include: English Language, Mathematics and any other relevant subjects. For NBC the other two relevant subjects could be from any of the following: Accounting, Principles of Accounts, Commerce, Office Practice and Economics.
    As in Accountancy.

    BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

    Two A’ level passes chosen from Economics, Accounts, Business Management, Government, Geography or Statistics.
    UNN accepts NCE/OND/HND.
    UNN accepts AIB or three year Diploma or other professional qualifications and HND in relevant fields.
    Five O’ level credits including English, Mathematics, Economics, plus any of Accounting, Business Methods, Commerce, Government, Geography and Statistics.
    As in Accountancy.

    MARKETING
    As in Accountancy and Banking & Finance
    Five O’ level credit passes including English Language, Mathematics and any three relevant subjects.
    As in Accountancy.

    FACULTY OF DENTISTRY


    DENTISTRY
    in addition to UTME requirements 3 Advanced Level passes in Biology or Zoology, Chemistry and Physics in London GCE in one sitting.
    [b] B.Sc degree in related field of study for admission into the Five year standard programme.

    [c] Holders of MBBS may be admitted into the three year clinical course in Dentistry
    In addition to university minimum entry requirement the entrance candidates are expected to have Five credit passes in English Language, Biology, Chemistry Mathematics and Physics in SSCE at the O’ level in not more than one sitting
    Physics, Chemistry & Biology.

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION


    ADULT EDUCATION
    [I] Candidates who hold either the Diploma in Adult Education., Community Development, Social Welfare, Religion, Health and Physical Education, or any other Diploma recognized by the University of Nigeria Senate .
    [ii] Candidates who passed at the Advanced Level in the GCE or at the Principal level in the HSC in at least two subjects including that to be combined with Adult Education.
    [iii] Candidates with university Diploma/OND at Distinction, Credit, or Merit levels in other disciplines not related to Adult Education who possess UNN minimum Entry requirements plus a credit in any related Science or Arts subjects, may be considered for Direct Entry Admission but will run a four-year programme.

    (i) For the three professional adult education options, candidates seeking entry into the four-year degree programme must satisfy the minimum University entry requirements which stipulates a minimum of five credit passes at the GCE ‘O’ level or SSCE in English Language and a Science subject with any three other relevant subjects.
    [ii] Candidates seeking entry into any of the six specialized areas of the combination in the Arts and Social Sciences must meet the University minimum entry requirements in addition to the entry requirements of the department into which they are seeking combination.
    For the three professional Adult Education options candidates seeking entry into the four-year degree programme must take English Language and any other three subjects in arts and Science as their choice may be.
    For those combining Adult Education with English, their UTME subjects must include English Language, Literature and any other arts Subjects.
    For other combinations, English plus any other Arts or Science subjects related to one’s choice of combination.

    HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDU:.

    A. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    AND RECREATION OPTION
    (a) Minimum of Merit pass in 2-year diploma in Health and Physical Education of the University of Nigeria.
    (b) NCE (Merit) in Health and Physical Education/Integrated Science/Food and Nutrition.
    (c) Merit in National Institute of Sports (NIS) certificate.
    (d) Two A-level papers in GCE/HSC, one of which must be Biology or Zoology.

    ‘O’ level credits passes in five subjects including English Language and Biology/Health Science/Physical Education/Agricultural Science in WASC/NECO/SSCE/GCE obtained in not more than two sittings.
    TCII merit pass in five subjects including English language, Biology/Physical Education/Agricultural Science.
    Biology and any 2 relevant subjects

    B. HEALTH EDUCATION

    OPTION
    Minimum of Merit pass in 2-year Diploma in Health and Physical Education of the University of Nigeria.
    Diploma in Public Health Nursing or Registered Nurse (RN)/Registered Midwife (RM)/ Registered Nurse Tutor (RNT)/community Health Officers (CHO) Certificates.
    NCE with Merit pass in Health and Physical Education or Biology/Integrated Science/ Food and Nutrition from an approved College of Education recognized by the University of Nigeria.
    (a) Five SSCE/GCE/NECO credits /TCII merit passes in five subjects including English Language, Biology/Health Science/Physical Education or their equivalent in not more than two sittings.
    Same as in Physical education

    A. LIBRARY AND
    INFORMATION SCIENCE with Science Combinations [Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology]

    B.LIBRARYAND INFORATION SCIENCE with Social Science Combinations [Economics, Geography and Political Science]

    C. LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE With Arts Combinations, [English, French, History].

    Direct entry candidates must hold one of the following qualifications:
    [I] NCE with at least merit in Library and Information Science or the subject being combined with library & Information sciences.
    [ii] Diploma in Library and Information Science with at least merit or other diploma (e.g. HPE, Computer Education etc.) certificates with credit, in addition to UTME requirements which must include subjects to be combined with Library and Information Science.
    [iii] Higher School Certificate/GCE Advanced level in at least two subjects, including that to be combined with Library and Information Science.
    University minimum entry requirements with five O level credit passes, including the subject to be combined with Library and Information Science.

    Any three subjects

    The following additional requirements apply to particular combinations:
    (i) Credit in Mathematics for Library & Information Science/Physics, & Library and Information Science/ Economics.
    (ii) Credit in Mathematics/Physics for Library & Information Science/Chemistry.
    (iii) Pass in Mathematics for those combining Library and Information Science with Botany, Geography, Political Science or Zoology.
    (iv) Credit in English Language for those combining Library & Information Science with French, History or Political Science.
    (v) Credit in English Literature for Library & Information Science/English.

    VOCATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION

    A. Agric Education

    Any of the following in addition to UTME entry requirement:
    In addition to UTME requirement,
    Merit in NCE Agricultural Science.
    GCE A’ level in any two of the following: Agricultural Science, Chemistry, Physics, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics and Economics.
    National Diploma (ND) or Diploma at Merit level in Agriculture or Animal Health from any Nigerian School of Agriculture.
    In addition to UTME Departmental entry requirement, Candidates with UNN Diploma at distinction/Credit/Merit in the following disciplines listed below may be considered for Direct Entry admission but will run a 4-year programme.
    Diploma in Computer Education or Computer Science
    Diploma in Social Work
    Diploma in Adult Education
    Diploma in Environmental Protection and Management (Climate change studies).
    Five O’ level credit passes in subjects which must include Agricultural Science or Biology plus at least a pass in Chemistry in SSCE/GCE (O’L) or NECO/NABTEB in addition

    English Language, Agric/Biology, Chemistry and any other social science subject among Economics, Geography, Government; any trade between Animal Husbandry and Fishery.

    B. Business Education

    Two ‘A’ level passes plus UTME requirements..
    A minimum of, at least, merit level pass at NCE Business Education plus UTME requirements
    A minimum of lower credit pass at ND Secretarial Studies/ Administration from any recognized polytechnic plus UTME requirements.
    Full Technical Certificate / National Secretarial Examination Certificate at Advanced level in Business Studies plus UTME requirements.
    Candidates with University diploma at distinction/ credit/ merit level in other disciplines listed below who possess the departmental entry requirement may be considered for direct entry admission but will run a 4-year programme.
    Diploma in Computer Education
    Diploma in Social Work
    Diploma in Adult Education
    Diploma in UNN Cooperative Studies
    Credit passes in five subjects obtained at SSCE/ NECO/ NABTEB/ GCE ‘O’ Level which must include, English language, Mathematics and any of the following subjects: Economics, History, Commerce, Financial Accounting, Typewriting, Government, Geography, Physics and Chemistry.
    English Language, Mathematics, Economics, plus one of Commerce, History, Government, Geography, Chemistry and Physics

    C. Computer Education

    In addition to UTME requirement,
    Two ‘A’ level passes or equivalent in Physics and Mathematics,
    Diploma in Computer Science Education or any other Diploma in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or any Computer related studies from any recognized Institution.
    Distinction/Credits/Merit or a minimum of merit level pass at NCE in Computer Education or Physics or Mathematics.
    Five O’ level credits in English Language, Mathematics or Physics, plus three Science or Social Science subjects obtained at SSCE/ NECO/ NABTEB/ GCE.
    English Language, Mathematics/ Physics and any other 2 science subjects.

    D. Home Economics

    Education
    (a) 3-Year Degree Programme. Any of the following in addition to UTME requirement:
    A minimum of Merit level pass at NCE in Home Economics,
    A minimum of lower credit in ND OR Diploma in Fashion and Clothing Management Education OR Home Economics OR Home and Rural Economics OR Hotel and Catering.
    Candidates with University Diploma at Distinction/Credit/Merit level in any other discipline listed below who possess the departmental UTME entry requirement. may be considered for direct entry admission but will run a 4 year programme.
    Diploma in Computer Education
    Diploma in Social Work
    Diploma in Adult Education
    Candidates with a university Degree in any discipline in addition to the departmental UTME requirement may be considered for direct entry admission for a three year programme.
    Five ‘O’ level credits which must include ANY TWO of the following: Home Management, Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agricultural Science, Economics, Cosmetology, Garment Making and Catering Craft at WASC/ WASSCE/GCE ‘O’ level / /NABTEB/NECO plus UNN minimum entry requirement

    English Language, Chemistry OR Biology plus any other two science or social science subjects like Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Physics, Mathematics, Economics, Commerce and Geography.

    E. Industrial
    Technical Education

    (i)Two ‘A’ level passes in Physics and Mathematics in addition to
    departmental UTME requirement.

    (ii)ND with, at least, lower credit in Civil Engineering, Production/Elect. Engineering., Drafting Technology.

    (iii)Final City and Guilds or its equivalent plus National Technical Certificate.

    (iv)NCE with, at least merit pass in Technical Education

    (v)Engineering Technicians Part II Certificate.
    Candidates with University diploma at distinction/credit/merit in the following disciplines listed below who possess the departmental entry requirement may be considered for Direct Entry but will run a 4-year programme.
    Diploma in Computer Education.
    Diploma in Physics or Maths.
    Diploma in Computer Science.
    NCE Computer Education
    Five ‘O’ level credits to include Physics or Mathematics at GCE/SSCE, NTC, City and Guilds intermediate in addition to UTME entry requirement.
    English Language, Mathematics or Physics plus any other two subjects from Science, Social Science or trade subject; Technical Drawing, Woodwork, Metalwork, Basic Electricity, Building Construction.

    GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING [Professional]: 3-Year Degree Programme

    (a) In addition to UNN minimum Entry requirements, NCE/ACE in Two Relevant subjects at merit level or above or any Diploma in Education recognized for purpose of DE admission by the University of Nigeria.

    (b) Diploma certificate in Education, Law, Social Sciences, Health Sciences and Humanities with at least merit level pass acceptable to the University.

    (c) Certificate in Nursing and Midwifery [NRN, SRN, NRM] recognized by the University for the purpose of direct entry admissions with at least a merit level pass.
    Diploma holders are admitted to Counseling programme without teaching subjects.
    Candidates who hold Diploma other than those listed in (a), (b), and (c) above may be considered for DE but they will be required to do the 4-year Degree Programme

    GUIDANECE AND
    COULSELLING with a Teaching Subject: 3-Year Degree Programme

    Candidates must satisfy the UTME Entry requirements in addition to the Diploma listed above

    GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING with teaching subject: 4-year Degree programme

    G/C Combined with Science Teaching subject
    Same as for Ed/Science combination on the relevant teaching subject

    G/C Combined with Social Science Teaching subject
    Same as for Ed/Social Science combination in the relevant teaching subject.

    G/C Combined with Art Teaching subject
    Same as for Ed/Arts combination in the relevant teaching subject.
    Same as for Ed/Science combination in the relevant teaching subject

    Same as for Ed/Social Science combination in the relevant teaching subject.

    Same as for Ed/Arts combination in the relevant teaching subject.

    ARTS EDUCATION
    ED/ENGLISH
    ED/HISTORY
    ED/RELIGION
    ED/FRENCH
    ED/MUSIC
    ED/IGBO LINGUISTICS
    ED/FINE & APPLIED ARTS

    NCE in the subject to be combined with Education with at least Merit pass in the subject plus UTME requirements.
    Candidates with University Diploma or OND at not less than merit level in other disciplines who possess the University minimum entry requirements which must include credit in the subject to be combined may be admitted for a four year programme.
    Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include the subjects to be combined with Education and a credit or its equivalent in English Language at SSCE or its equivalent.

    For Ed/English, Credit in English Language and Literature are compulsory.
    For Ed/History, Government or History is compulsory
    For Ed/French, French is compulsory.
    For Ed/Igbo linguistics, Igbo is compulsory.
    Candidates For Ed/Music and Ed/Fine & Applied Arts need not possess Music or Fine & Applied Arts respectively at O’ level, but are qualified with Five Credits at a sitting or six credits at two sittings which must include English Language.
    English Language, the subject to be combined and two other Arts or Social Sciences subjects.

    For Ed/Music and Ed/FAA, English Language and three other Arts subjects.

    SCIENCE EDUCATION


    EDU. BIOLOGY
    EDU. CHEMISTRY
    EDU. MATHEMATICS
    EDU. PHYSICS
    EDU. INTERGRATED SC.
    Two ‘A’ level passes in relevant science subjects which should include candidates proposed course.
    NCE credit/merit passes in addition to TC II merit or ‘O’ level credit in relevant subjects.
    Candidates with University Diploma/OND in other areas at distinction, credit or merit level who possess the University Minimum entry requirement plus credit in the teaching subject may be considered for direct entry admission but will run the 4-Year programme.
    Five O’ level credit passes including English language, Mathematics and two other science subjects. One, which must be the proposed teaching subject.

    For Int. Science:

    Five credit passes which includes a credit in at least one science subject and passes in two other science subjects.
    English Language and any three [3] science subjects – Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Health Science, Agric. Science.

    SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION

    EDU. ECONOMICS


    In addition to departmental entry requirement,

    Two “A” Level passes in relevant subjects which must include Economics.

    NCE distinction, credit/merit passes in Education Economics in addition to TC II or O’ level credit in relevant subjects.

    Five O’ Level Credit passes which must include – English Language, Mathematics, Economics plus any other two subjects.

    English Language, Mathematics, Economics plus any other Social Science subject

    Education Geography


    In addition to departmental entry requirement,

    Two “A” Level Passes in relevant subjects which must include Geography.

    NCE distinction, credit/merit passes in Geography Education in addition to TC II or O’ Level Credited in relevant subjects

    Diploma in Environmental/Geography Education.
    Five O’ Level Credit Passes which must include – English Language, Geography, plus any other three (3) subjects and a pass in Mathematics.

    English Language, Geography, plus any other two (2) subjects

    Education Political Science


    In addition to departmental entry requirement,

    Two “A” Level Passes in relevant subjects which must include Government.

    NCE distinction, Credit/Merit passes in Political Science Education in addition to TC II O’ Level credit in relevant subjects

    Diploma in Public Administration/Political Science
    Five O’ Level Credit Passes which must include English Language, Government, a science subject plus any oher two subjects.
    English Language, Government, plus any other two subjects.

    Education Social Studies
    In addition to departmental entry requirement,

    Two “A” Level Passes in relevant subjects;

    NCE distinction, credit/merit passes in Social Studies Education in addition to TC II O’ Level credited in relevant subjects.

    Diploma in Public Administration Social Work and Environmental/Geography Education.
    Five O’ Level Credit Passes which must include English Language, a science subject, plus three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

    English Language, plus any other three Social Science/Arts subjects

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING


    AGRIC AND BIORESOURCES ENGINEERING

    A Level passes in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, in addition to UTME requirements.
    (b) Upper Credit in OND at appropriate levels from any recognized Polytechnic.
    HND with Upper credit and First Degree in relevant field, in addition to UTME requirement.
    Five O’ level credit passes to include, Physics, Chemistry Mathematics, in not more than two sittings at GCE/WASC/NECO.
    Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.

    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    .

    ELECTRONIC ENGINERING

    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric. & Bioresources Engineering.
    As in Agric.

    Wednesday, 30 November 2016

    New way to Print Jamb Admission Letter

    New way to Print Jamb Admission Letter

    New way to Print Jamb Admission Letter

    The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (Jamb) has changed the usual way of PRINTING ADMISSION LETTER following the upgrade in the systems.
    You can now PRINTING JAMB ADMISSION LETTER  following these simple guide.

     1. You shall be required to create a profile via the Sign Up (New User) Page if you are a new user. For existing users, simply type in your login details. To create your profile, you will provide your valid email address, surname, first name, Mobile No, State and LGA of Origin and password, then click on the Sign Up button. Each candidate is entitled to only one profile.

    2. Subsequently, you shall use your email address and password to sign in.

    3. Once logged in, you will be taken to the landing page where you will see all available services.

    4. Select “Print Admission Letter”. This is available on the side bar or on the Home page

    5. Once you select this service, a Transaction ID is generated for this service. This will be displayed on the confirmation page screen.

    6. Review the details displayed on the Confirmation Page. Also, note the Transaction ID displayed in a bold red font. The Transaction ID is useful for all future references concerning the Transaction. A copy of this transaction ID will be sent to your registered email address.

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    8. On the Interswitch Payment page, enter your card details and click on the Pay button.

    9. The status of your payment will be displayed on the “My Payment Section” An SMS and email containing your unique Transaction Identification and payment status will be sent to you after payment. Click on the Continue button.

    10. Once payment is completed, you will be asked to provide the following:
    a. Year of Exam and
    b. JAMB Registration Number.

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    New way to Print Jamb Result

    New way to Print Jamb Result

    The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (Jamb) has changed the usual way of checking JAMB RESULTs following the upgrade in the systems.
    You can now Check your JAMB Result following these simple guide.

    1. You shall be required to create a profile via the Sign Up (New User) Page if you are a new user. For existing users, simply type in your login details. To create your profile, you will provide your valid email address, surname, first name, Mobile No, State and LGA of Origin and password, then click on the Sign Up button. Each candidate is entitled to only one profile.
    2. Subsequently, you shall use your email address and password to sign in.
    3. Once logged in, you will be taken to the landing page where you will see all available services.
    4. Select “Print Result Slip”. This is available on the side bar or on the Home page.
    5. Once you select this service, a Transaction ID is generated for this service. This will be displayed on the confirmation page screen.
    6. Review the details displayed on the Confirmation Page. Also, note the Transaction ID displayed in a bold red font. The Transaction ID is useful for all future references concerning the Transaction. A copy of this transaction ID will be sent to your registered email address.
    7. Click on the Continue button if you wish to pay with your card immediately. If you wish to use other payment channels like ATM, Cash at the Bank or Quickteller, please note the transaction ID as it will be required.
    8. On the Interswitch Payment page, enter your card details and click on the Pay button.
    9. The status of your payment will be displayed on the “My Payment Section”. An SMS and email containing your unique Transaction Identification and payment status will be sent to you after payment. Click on the Continue button.
    10. Once payment is completed, you will be asked to provide the following:
    • Year of Exam and
    • JAMB Registration Number.

    After entering the information correctly, you can now print the Result Slip as shown on your screen.

    You may also wish to read New way to Print Jamb Admission Letter

    Why I sacked my Experts - Dangote

    Why I sacked my Experts - Dangote

    Why I sacked my Experts - Dangote

    Dangote Group, one of Nigeria’s largest private firms has begun the steady cutback of employees as it has been hit with problems relating to the economic crisis in the country. The first set of 48 staff were disengaged last week consisting of 36 foreign staff and 12 Nigerians.

    Though there was no official of the group willing to speak on the matter yet, Punch reports that the decision to sack the workers was not unconnected with the current high cost of running business in the country occasioned by the unavailability of foreign exchange and the unprecedented hike in the Naira to dollar exchange rate.

    This was especially true in the case of the foreigners who were being paid in foreign exchange, as the Naira’s free fall in value, coupled with the unavailability of forex made it increasingly difficult for the company to pay the foreigners. The Nigerians were reportedly laid off due to disciplinary issues.

    Probably what will be more disconcerting to workers of the company is the fact that this is not likely to be the end of the mass sack in the company. According to a letter signed by the CEO of the group, Aliko Dangote, there is a strong possibility that more will be sacked.

    “This year has been a very challenging year for us as a business. The unavailability of foreign exchange coupled with an unprecedented hike in the exchange rate has resulted in increased costs across the organization.

    This called for a proper review and adjustment of our costs across board to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the deployment of our factors of production in a bid to eliminate redundancies that we know exist, which resulted in some tough decisions, which means losing staff, including some of our colleagues.

    On Friday, October 14, 2016, we began the process of staff cutbacks as it is imperative to review our human capital deployment for the required cutbacks that would ensure efficiency and eliminate redundancies in the allocation of human resources.

    This first phase of this exercise involved the cutback of 36 expatriate staff across the Dangote Cement Plc and Dangote Industries Limited, and 12 local staff members in Dangote Industries Limited.”

    The sack of employees of the company was not entirely unforeseen as the CEO, Aliko Dangote had, according to a recent index released by Bloomberg, lost $5.4 billion due to the depreciation of the Naira and the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN’s decision to ration dollars to stem huge capital outflows.

    Source: Here

    Why NCC orders the Network operators to increase data tariff plan

    Why NCC orders the Network operators to increase data tariff plan

    Why NCC orders the Network operators to increase data tariff plan
    The Nigerian Communication Commission has ordered the Network operator to increase their Data Tariff Plan by 200% to balance the Economic challenges of the country.
    This is a way to generate revenue to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

    Tuesday, 29 November 2016

    How does MMM operates

    How does MMM operates

    MMM is a community (like Esusu in Yoruba land) where you Provide Help (PH) and Get Help (GH) in return. MMM is a global mutual aid community.
    MMM is social financial donation exchange network. MMM is a million and million community of people who have agreed to willingly extend financial helping hands to each other via donation.

    How to Add my account number on Npower

    How to Add my account number on Npower

    How to Add my account number on Npower

    The Npower program is the Federal Government of Nigerian's initiative to empower the youth in different areas of specialization in order to enhance their human capacity
    development of the country.

    Monday, 28 November 2016

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    Associates of enteric bacteria with aquarium snail
    Associates of enteric bacteria with aquarium snail
    It is important to note that the aquarium snail contains bacteria that can cause infections to man when the snail meat is not properly cooked and when the processing is not done under sanitized

    Requirements before starting Snail Farm

    Requirements before starting Snail Farm

    Choice of Breeding Stock:

    According to Udoh , Akanyung.and Igiran, (1995), like most livestock ventures, the success of a snail farm depends in part on the quality of the farmer’s foundation stock.

    How to start Snail Farm

    How to start Snail Farm
    How to start Snail Farm
    Snail is a common name which is applied to most of the members of the molluscan class gastropoda that have coiled shells in the adult stage (Fredericks, 2010). When the word is used in

    How to login to Npower portal - Update profile

    How to login to Npower portal - Update profile
    How to Login to Npower Portal.
    Following the release of the 1st Batch of Npower shortlisted candidates, into the Npower Recruitment Program, it's required for them to login to the Npower portal
    and update their profile and their account details for onward payment.

    Things to note about the Npower Program

    1.  The shortlisted candidates are for those that applied under Agro, Teach and Health. If you do not apply under the above mentioned category, you might not have been shortlisted.
    2. The program is for two years. This is like an extended NYSC
    3. The successful candidates will be paid N30,000 per month for the period of two years.
    4. Check to see if you have been shortlisted and under which category by just typing in the phone number you used to register on their portal Here 
    5. You can also check by clicking on your state and view all the shortlisted candidates for that state and check for your name.
    6. If you are shortlisted, this is what to do: Login to update your profile
    Check the names of the shortlisted candidates here

    How to Login to Npower Portal

    I want to use this opportunity to inform you that the portal where you can check your name is not the same portal with the one where you can update your information though very similar.

    To login to Npower portal to update your information:
    1. Login to http://npvn.npower.gov.ng/
    2. Enter your username which is the phone number with which you used to register or check your name.
    3. Enter your password which is your username
    4. click on Login.
    5. Upon successful login, update your information accordingly

    How to Check the List of Successful Shortlisted Candidates for Npower Nigeria Recruitment



    NPower Shortlisted Candidate for Ebonyi State:

    Npower Shortlisted Candidates for Enugu State: 

    Npower Shortlisted Candidates for Lagos State

    N-Power List of Shortlisted Candidates in Various States 2016 

    Npower – List of Successful Shortlisted Candidates for Npower Recruitment

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