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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Is this right or wrong? This is the question being asked by online users after this photo of a school director punishing his students went viral. The students were stripped na ked outside their hostel and flogged on their buttocks. According to reports, this happened because the students refused to keep their environment clean. 








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Actress, Dorothy Njemanze shared this story on her Facebook wall.
Read:
I was busy with school runs in Gwagwalada when I got a frantic call reporting the attempted rape of a first year University of Abuja(UniAbuja) student by another first year student of Biological Sciences called Monday.
By the time I got there, the Chief Security Officer was just beginning to interview both parties, starting from the boy, Monday.
He told of how he made his ‘intentions’ known to her and she said she would ‘think about it’ but he according to him, he didn’t understand why shy couldn’t give a straight answer, so he began making moves at ‘romancing’ her and feigns ignorance of her claims that from the moment he started, she told him to stop.
He claims he only noticed her seriousness ‘when he crossed the boundary’. He is upset that he had sent her 400 naira recharge card before and doesn’t get why she will reject him.





The young lady insists she came by at all because he said he was not well. By the time she got in, he was playing loud music, so from the moment he began trying to have se.x, she was shouting but the loud music drowned her voice. She insists he pinned her to the mattress and she tried strangling him with his necklace till it cut.
After that, she reached for the laptop as a weapon and ripping it out turned off all the music then he released her because she could now be heard. She ran out and called for help.
She got help and retrieved her phone and slippers and purse. Then she began reporting to their mutual friends and people she trusts. She insisted she injured him to. On demand, he took off his shirt and everyone saw injuries she gave him and more.
I got upset that the attitude towards gathering evidence is zero. There seemed to be a majority notion that as long as there was eventually no penetration, it is not so grievous a crime. All I insisted was to document all that could be seen as evidence before any statements are taken etc.
I applaud the lady for speaking up. We need ensure the students and security men understand sexual harassment in its entirety and be sure whatever responses are in place take into cognizance victim needs.
I was very agitated when it seemed people were upset that ‘she was trying to make a lot out of something very small.
More people need to understand what sexual violence is and legal provisions for victims and offenders.
More details tomorrow. These pictures were finally taken at the crime scene. More shocking experiences tomorrow morning.
Many are trying to use victim blaming and shaming to force her to drop the case. Please, let us change the narrative and share this widely to punish the perpetrator, not the victim. …Ambassador Dorothy Njemanze

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Olugbade Israel, 26, graduated with a first class from the Department of Pharmacology, University of Lagos, having scored 4.52 CGPA in the 2013/2014 academic session. In this interview with Punch's Tunde Ajaja, he talks about his days as an undergraduate:

Can you recall how you felt when you learnt you were the best in your department and faculty?
I was very happy when I learnt I was the best in the faculty because I wasn’t expecting it. I didn’t know I was the best in the department until the final faculty result was released. So, when I heard I led the faculty, I was very happy. I believe many people also worked hard like I did, but God just wanted me to have it. It was a total surprise.

Did you have a goal you were working toward or having first class was just by providence?
Graduating with a first class was a decision I made two years before I gained admission into the university. All I did while in the university was to pursue that goal, and that made it easier for me because I already knew what I wanted. I discovered that most people don’t have an expectation of what they want to graduate with and that makes it difficult to track their progress.

Beyond setting a goal, did you do anything out of the ordinary to be the best in your faculty?
It is mainly about getting priorities right. I understood that when school was in session, it was time to read and all I did was to read. Then I played when school was on break. I think what I did differently was that I read every day for at least four hours instead of waiting until exams period. That helped me to prepare ahead such that I had few things to cover when it was time for exams. Interestingly, I wasn’t so much a fantastic student in my previous schools. My performance wasn’t consistent. There were times I had good results and there were times my performance was not very good. So, it was a mix, but thank God I became better. So, regardless of my efforts, I would still ascribe my success to God because, really, it is all about Him. I did my part but God granted me the strength.

If you were not so fantastic then, did you find it difficult to pass your West African Senior School Certificate Examination and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination?
Passing WAEC was a big problem for me because I had a faulty orientation about it. I was told all I needed as a science student was just to pass English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry.So I felt I didn’t need to read since I saw myself as brilliant. It took me three sittings to have 5 credits. UTME was very easy for me, even though I took the exam three times and I had more than 240 in each of the sittings. Basically, my WASSCE kept delaying me. I finished my secondary education in 2006 and I secured admission in 2010. I didn’t find it easy seeing some of my mates already in school while I was still at home, taking O’level exams, but that has passed and I’m happy with where God has brought me.

Some people believe that courses related to medicine are meant for brilliant students only. How true is that?I believe everybody is brilliant and there is no course meant for some group of people, it’s just the application of our minds that differs. Medical courses are actually stressful and the textbooks are usually voluminous and it requires consistent reading, but if people are doing it, then anybody can do it. Some of those textbooks are interesting while some are very boring. I always read the boring ones before reading the seemingly interesting ones. But in spite of the demands, I love it and I enjoyed it. Though, there were times I felt intimidated by other professional medical courses, since I enjoyed what I was doing, it wasn’t a big deal to me.




When did you start having first class?
My final year. I had been working at it right from when I was in 100 Level, but it didn’t reach that mark until my final year. I never gave up and I’m glad I made it.

What was your typical day like?
My movement was mainly revolved around three places; from hostel to class and or from there to church. I was always in class from 6pm to 10pm every day and I was always at our praying field from 6am – 7am, Mondays – Saturdays. Having a first class is not cheap, so, I was reading for about six to seven hours during weekdays and I could do 10 hours on Saturday and Sunday. I only used the library during my first year but after then, I preferred reading in class because I like reading in a noisy environment.

Given the volume of books and notes you had to read, did you have time for social events?
At my leisure, it was either I was reading or I was teaching others. So, there was no specific time for social events but I didn’t miss Chelsea matches, even if the team was to play at 2am or I had exams the following day. I loved football and I wasn’t going to miss any match that concerned my team, except I was in church. I believe to be intelligent is to know everything about something and to know something about everything. So, I had to read beyond my course.

Were you in a relationship then or you saw it as a distraction?
I was not in any relationship. Though there were ladies I liked and there were ladies who liked me, I knew the goals I had set for myself and I knew I had to concentrate my emotional energy on God and my studies. It could have been a distraction for me, so I had to leave it.

Were there weird things you did in a bid to read?
I read in the oddest places on campus, like in the canteen, on the street, in the wards, in the toilet, at the lagoon front, etc., mainly because I read alone. I hardly read with people except I was teaching.

Since you were also reading at your free time, didn’t your friends see you as too serious?
There were such instances but I didn’t allow that to disturb me because the people who were seeing me as being too serious were still the same people who would ask me to teach them during exams.

What were your memorable moments as an undergraduate?
I had a number of that but out of them all, there were two memorable moments that stood out, the day my class went to Whispering Palms in Badagry to have fun after our exams, and I really had fun, and my convocation day, when I had to shake hands with the university chancellor, Prof. Jerry Gana, and the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Rahamon Bello.

In your view, why do students fail?
I think some people fail because they fail to place their priorities correctly and because most students wait for exam to come before they prepare for it. Students need to be diligent and consistent. I believe those are the key to having an excellent result.

What was the oddest thing you ever did for the sake of your academics?
Spending Christmas and New Year holidays in school.

The 2016/2017 Post-UTME /Admission screening of some schools have been concluded and some other schools and institutions have released their screening forms as well as the results of those that have concluded their screening exercise.
This post will be updated regularly as each school releases their admission lists, so you are advised to visit this page regularly so as to ascertain when your institution has released their admission lists for the 2016/2017 academic session.



How to Check Each School’s 2016/2017 Admission Lists

Follow the procedure below to check your school’s admission list:
1. Click on the link representing the name of your choice institutions.
2. Follow the procedure in the page that follows.
3. Check your admission status.

List of Schools Whose 2016/2017 Admission Lists have been Released

Here is a comprehensive and complete list of all institutions that have released their admission lists of successfully admitted students for the 2016/2017 academic session.
Please bookmark this page on your browser so as to be kept informed as more schools release their Post UTME forms for sale.
Ajayi Crowther University 1st Batch Admission List Released – 2016/2017
ABUAD Admission List Released – 2016/2017
ACU 2016/2017 2nd Batch Provisional Admission List Released
Babcock University 2016/2017 Batch A Admission List
Chrisland University 2016/2017 Undergraduate Admission List (Batch 06)
Covenant University 2016/2017 Provisional 1st Batch Admission List
DELSU 2016/2017 Admission Screening Result Is Out – Check Yours Now!
DELSU Releases 2016/2017 1st Batch Admission List
KWASU Releases 2016/2017 (1st Batch) Admission List
KWASU Adds More Names To The 2016/2017 Admission List
Landmark University Releases 2016/2017 1st Batch Admission List
Nigerian Institute of Journalism Admission List For 2016/2017 Session
NDA 2016/2017 Admission List Released
Redeemer’s University Admission List – First Release For 2016/2017
Veritas University 2016/2017 1st Batch Admission List Released

Monday, September 26, 2016

A female teacher at Zwangendaba High School in Matabeleland North of Zimbabwe, has been caught up in a lesbianism storm amid claims that some schoolgirls were fighting over her after she proposed love to them.
Matabeleland North Acting Deputy Provincial Education Director, Mrs Beatrice Manjere confirmed receiving a report on lesbianism activities at the school saying that the matter is under investigation.
“I can confirm that we received a report of that nature from Zwangendaba Secondary School. A report was made and because lesbianism is a very sensitive topic to deal with, we have assigned investigators to monitor the situation in the school,” said Mrs Manjere.
A source, who is a school development committee member, said the allegations of lesbianism at the school started when the teacher (name supplied) arrived at there two years ago.
“Parents are furious about this bad habit which has suddenly blossomed in the school since the arrival of that teacher resulting in girls constantly fighting over the teacher or their girl partners. She arrived at the school about two years ago and since then all hell broke loose, with most girls’ behaviour having taken a new twist.
“The teacher, who is in her twenties claims to be married but she has never been seen with her husband and now rumour says she’s in a process of divorcing the unidentified man.




“We took the matter twice to a district education officer, who is now retired (name supplied) but no measures were taken to rectify or investigate that. Last term, we held a hearing, with some provincial officials, where four pupils openly divulged what they had been doing with the teacher but nothing was done,” said a source.
A parent, Mr Mandla Mpofu said some girls have previously fought over her.
“When our children came home telling us what is happening, it all sounded like a movie but pupils have reached an extent of engaging in fist fights for the teacher who proposes love to many of them all at once,” said Mr Mpofu.
He added that some girls at the school were turning to lesbianism due to the teacher’s bad influence.
“Last year, some school boys found two Form Three girls ‘making love’ in the bush and they thoroughly beat them up and the one who acted like a man almost died. The parents of that girl, failed even to report the assault fearing that their child could be arrested.
“Girls are constantly fighting now. This is a very big embarrassment and our community is being spoken ill of and we demand that measures be taken to put this to end,” said Mr Mpofu.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Police in Abuja stormed a brothel in gwagwalada area of Abuja yesterday, arresting about 10 female students suspected to be University of Abuja students.

The hotel's manager (name withheld) opened up that the management are against such act but that the female students say they are using it raise money to take care of themselves.
He told 9jaflaver team that the arrest is not new, as police have arrested some ladies before but others will come again. The prostitutes are currently in custody at gwagwalada police station.

DPO made it clear that the police force is trying to promote decency among the youths, and eliminate any form of nuisance, exercised by student prostitutes in the area. 
Funny enough, DPO said the female students' parents will be invited to witness their daughters trial.




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Students are not always concerned when it comes to admission process or either choosing their choice of school, they are more concerned about the school size, its beauty, its location, its education standard and so on.
But the first thing to put in mind is over looked which is how competitive the school is, this is also a major factor each school consider while admitting students.
This post will guide or list the most Top 10 Universities Or Polytechnic, Colleges in Nigeria, so that most students who dont have good grades should consider not choosing if they want instant admission.
Below are the list

Top 10 Most Applied Federal University

  1. UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN
  2. UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY
  3. AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA
  4. UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA.
  5. AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA
  6. UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA
  7. BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO
  8. NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
  9. UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
  10. UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN,


Top 10 Most Applied State Universities

  1. NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
  2. IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI
  3. KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY, KADUNA
  4. DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ABRAKA
  5. ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY, AKUNGBA-AKOKO
  6. BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY, MAKURDI
  7. KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY, ANYIGBA
  8. RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  9. NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY , WILBERFORCE ISLAND
  10. OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, AGO-IWOYE


Top 10 Most Applied Private Universities

  1. COVENANT UNIVERSITY, CANAAN LAND, OTA
  2. AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY , ADO-EKITI
  3. BABCOCK UNIVERSITY, ILISHAN-REMO,
  4. IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA, BENIN CITY
  5. BOWEN UNIVERSITY, IWO
  6. AL-QALAM UNIVERSITY, KATSINA
  7. BAZE UNIVERSITY, FCT, ABUJA
  8. LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY , IBADAN
  9. BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY, BENIN CITY
  10. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA , YOLA




Top 10 Most Applied Polytechnics

  1. FED. POLY. OFFA
  2. FED. POLYTECHNIC, NASSARAWA
  3. KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA
  4. FED. POLYTECHNIC,ILARO
  5. DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OZORO
  6. FED. POLYTECHNIC, EDE,
  7. FED. POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI,
  8. RAMAT POLYTECHNIC, MAIDUGURI
  9. AKWA-IBOM STATE POLYTECHNIC, IKOT-OSURUA
  10. MARITIME ACADEMY OF NIGERIA, ORON, AKWA IBOM STATE


Top 10 Most Applied College Of Education

  1. FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.) POTISKUM
  2. FED. COLLEGE OF EDUC. PANKSHIN,
  3. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GINDIRI
  4. FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.) GOMBE
  5. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AZARE
  6. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HONG
  7. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GIDAN-WAYA, KAFANCHAN
  8. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKWANGA
  9. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OJU
  10. FCT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZUBA

The Above is the latest statistics according to the 2016/2017 Admission process.
An adult man who must have discovered the importance of education in his old age, has been pictured with primary school kids after he enrolled to get his formal education.
Some mixed reactions and criticisms has trailed an adult Liberian man after a photo of him posing alongside his priary school mates emerged online.
It was learnt that the man who must have discovered the importance of education in his old age, reportedly enrolled into a primary school recently in an effort to acquire educaton.
His courage has been commended by many.
Below are some comments and reaction that trailed the above photo we culled from Facebook;



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An adult man who must have discovered the importance of education in his old age, has been pictured with primary school kids after he enrolled to get his formal education.
Some mixed reactions and criticisms has trailed an adult Liberian man after a photo of him posing alongside his priary school mates emerged online.
It was learnt that the man who must have discovered the importance of education in his old age, reportedly enrolled into a primary school recently in an effort to acquire educaton.
His courage has been commended by many.
Below are some comments and reaction that trailed the above photo we culled from Facebook;



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Thursday, September 22, 2016

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The Management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has detained Adeyeye Olorunfemi, who has written a post on his Facebook page accusing the university of incompetence, Sahara Reporters says. The student in his post described the poor handling of management affairs in the institution under headship of its incumbent Vice Chancellor, Prof. Rahman Bello.
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He was detained by the campus security men on September 21, Wednesday, and taken to its “Alpha Base” a temporary detention centre operated by the UNILAG campus security force. Adeyeye was surrounded and detained together with three others: Tomi Aina, Lateef Olawale, and another student only as “Olufela.”
The campus security officers were reportedly acting upon a tip-off that the arrested student was attending a meeting of students activists concerned about the poor state of management of campuses and victimization of student activists across the country.



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A source said that Adeyeye was exchanging phone numbers with some students who saw him at the University gate when the campus security men, who seemingly had been trailing him approached him and three others before arresting them.
Later three suspects were transferred to Sabo police station in Yaba area of Lagos. Sources added that they were held overnight at the Alpha Base detention center on campus.

The Nigeria's Super Genius, Ufot Ekong, who broke a 50-year record in Japan, has successfully received his Master Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Honors) from Japanese University. He was supported by his pretty wife and child -as he received the award yesterday...

The Akwa Ibom indigene achieved the highest grades at Tokai University in Tokyo, Japan for 50 years and solved a maths puzzle in his first semester that was unsolvable 30 years ago. Ufot Ekong, also achieved a first class degree in electrical engineering and scored the best marks at the university since 1965....

Throughout his university career Mr Ekong won six awards for academic excellence. The mathematician worked two jobs alongside his studies to pay his way as a student.






UNILORIN LOSES ANOTHER STUDENT TO THE COLD HANDS OF DEATH

Itopa Jamiu, a returning 400 level student of the department of Physics, slumped in the evening, 19th Sept., 2016. He was confirmed dead in the morning, 20th Sept., 2016.

We pray to God to grant the bereaved family the fortitude to bear the loss at this trying period.

May God continue to keep every student of the University of Ilorin safe.






This is to inform the general public that the Officials of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) will be addressing all Prospective Corps members for 2016 Batch 'B' service year and final year students as scheduled below:



Date: Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Time: 10:00 am
Venue: Convocation Arena
It was like a scene from a horror movie when a popular female student of a university turned into a snake after spending some fun night with her sugar daddy in a hotel.

Female Student Turns To Snake After Fun Nights With Sugar Daddy
A popular 'happening babe' from the University of Nairobi in Kenya, allegedly turned into a big snake few minutes after a man said to be her sugar daddy, dropped her at her hostel residence.
An eyewitness who is one of the victim’s close friends narrated the chilling incident and said;
“Everything happened so quickly, she had just alighted from the vehicle and I saw her walk into her room. I was on my way to her room when I heard her screaming. I quickly pushed the door open an behold I saw her turning into a snake, on her bed, right before my very own eyes.”



The authorities of the University of Nairobi who reacted to the news, gave a strict warning to the female students of the Institution to avoid going out with strangers in order to avert a recurrence of a similar case.
Meanwhile security operatives are currently searching for the suspected man, while the eye witness has been remanded in custody for further interrogation.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Reports reaching us confirmed that Ekiti State came out with the best overall performance in the just released 2016/2017 May/June results.

The NECO Registrar On Friday announced the result statistics and performances of each states,Ekiti state led with the best results, followed by Edo state while Abia and Kogi states tied for the third spot




“An analysis of the result across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory indicated that Ekiti State topped all others with 96.485 of its candidates that sat for the examination coming out victorious.

Edo state was second with 96.31% while Abia and Kogi were joint third,” Uwakwe explained.
Information reaching our table confirms that the POP/Passing Out Parade Date for "Batch B 2015" has been fixed for 6th October 2016, As time table for "Batch B" PCM will be pasted hopefully next month.




List of courses that have not been accredited in Nigerian universities have been released – A certificate issued for those courses will be considered void
– The university of Abuja has the highest number of unaccredited courses The National Universities Commission (NUC) has released a list of some courses that have not been accredited.
The unaccredited courses pose serious danger to students who study them as the certificates issued by these universities for the courses will not be officially recognised.
Premium Times reports that 2016 accreditation status report indicated that these unaccredited courses were taught in 37 out of 143 universities in the country. The Quality Assurance Department of the NUC is in charge of accrediting courses in the universities.
The NUC insists that for a course to be accredited, it must meet the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) that has been stipulated by the commission. Some of the requirements include: “qualified faculty members, good learning environment and adequate teaching materials – equipment, books and journals”.
According to the NUC, accreditation is necessary to ensure “employers and other members of the community that Nigerian graduates of all academic programmes have attained an acceptable level of competency in their areas of specialization.” It also says it is also important to certify courses to assure “the international community that the programmes offered in Nigerian Universities are of high standards and that graduates of the institutions are adequate for employment and further studies.”
According to the commission, the pre-accreditation process include “drawing up a list of academic programmes to be certified, compilation of list of panel chairmen/members, time-tabling, budgeting and organizing the accreditation coordination meeting for panel chairmen and members in a simulation workshop.”
The post-accreditation activities include “analyzing accreditation reports (technical and administrative), ranking of programmes and universities based on their accreditation status, publishing of accreditation status of programmes, issuance of certificates to programmes that earned Full and Interim accreditation results.”
According to Premium Times, 13 federal universities, 16 state universities and eight private universities were running courses that had not been accredited. Some of the high profile institutions include University of Nigeria, Nsukka; University of Benin, University of Jos, University of Calabar. The biggest casualty seems to be the University of Abuja which has 15 of its courses, including Law, unaccredited. See full list of unaccredited courses and their universities in the table below: S/No School Course
1.University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Russian
Dentistry
Statistics
2. University of Benin
Anatomy
Pharmacy
3. University of Calabar
Business Management
Theatre and Media
Arts
Public Health
4. University of Jos
History and International Relations
Medical Laboratory Science
Biochemistry
Science Laboratory Technology
5. Federal University of Technology, Owerri
Architecture
Microbiology
6. Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola
Banking
7. Federal University of Technology, Minna
Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Geography Education
Industrial and Technical Education
Mathematics Education
Physics Education




8. University of Abuja
Accounting
English Language
Linguistics
Philosophy
Agricultural Education
Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Economics Education
Education (Social Science)
Geography Education
Integrated Science
Mathematics Education
Law
Chemistry
Microbiology
9. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi
Automobile Education
Building
Technology Education
Business Education
Electrical Electronics Technology Education
Integrated Science
Architecture
Building Industrial
Design Survey & Geo-informatics
Applied Geophysics
Engineering Physics
Physics Electronics
10. University of Uyo Efik/
Ibibio
11. Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Nursing Science
Industrial/Production Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
12. University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun
Chemistry Environmental Management & Toxicology
Geology
Geophysics
Mathematics
13. Federal University, Wukari
English/Literary Studies
14. Rivers State University of Science & Technology
Quantity Surveying
15. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
Material & Production Engineering
Architecture
Building
Biochemistry
Botany
Microbiology
Political Science
16. Abia State University
English Language Education
French Education
Igbo Education
History Education
Religious Studies Education
Education (Library Studies/Igbo/English/Social Studies/Government)
Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Economics Education
Geography Education
Guidance & Counselling
Mass Communication
17. Enugu State University of Science & Technology
Library & Information Science
18. Olabisi Onabanjo University
Christian Religious Studies Education
History Education
Islamic Studies Education
Electrical Electronics Engineering
19. Ekiti State University African
Traditional Religion
Religious Studies
Civil Engineering
20. Lagos State University
English Language
French
Philosophy
Yoruba
21. Imo State University
English & Literary Studies
French
Theatre Arts
Medical Laboratory Science
Nursing Law
22. Delta State University
Accounting & Finance
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineering
Petroleum Engineering Law
23. Kogi State University
Medicine & Surgery
24. Niger Delta University
Adult & Community Education
Economics Education
Geography Education
Marketing Education
Political Science Education
Religious Studies Education
Social Studies
Botany
Computer Science
Mathematics
Pure & Applied Chemistry Zoology
25. Anambra State University
Early Childhood Education
Human Kinetics
Geology
Microbiology
26. Ebonyi State University
Building/Woodwork Education
Physics Education
Applied Biology
Applied Microbiology
Applied Statistics
Biotechnology
Geology
Industrial Mathematics
27. Nasarawa State University
English
28. Cross River University of Technology
Physiology
Wood Production
Engineering
Architecture
29. Kebbi State University of Science & Technology
Information Technology
30. Babcock University
rench
31. Benson Idahosa University
Business Education
32. Ajayi Crowther University
Actuarial Science & Insurance
33. Caritas University
Bio-technology Microbiology
34. Kwararafa University, Wukari
Public Administration
computer Science
Statistics Economics
Mass Communication
Sociology
35. Novena University
Chemistry
36. Joseph Ayo Babalola University
Building
Quantity Surveying
37. Tansian University, Anambra
Architecture