JIGPOLY Releases 2nd Batch Admission List

According to reports, the management of Jigawa State Polytechnic (JIGPOLY) has released the UTME and 2nd batch list of admitted candidates for the 2016/2017 academic session.

Both lists have been made available on the school’s official website.

The lists contains the names of candidates admitted into Morning and Evening programmes.

The names of admitted candidates can be accessed on the links below;

http://jigpoly.edu.ng/1st-batch-of-the-201617-admission/

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Ignatius Ajuru University Releases School Fees Schedule For Returning Students

According to reports, the management of Ignatius Ajuru has released details on the schedule of fees payable by new and returning students of the school for the 2016/2017 academic session.

The schedule of fees for 2016/2017 session is on the attached pdf document;

PROCEDURE FOR FEES PAYMENT
All fees are paid ONLINE through the School Portal, Enterprise Schools Portal (ESP). There are two options available for Online payment:

• Through the Banks using Interswitch Pay Direct feature or
• Via ATM Card (Velve, Master Card).

Students MUST make sure that they pay ALL their fees through the Portal using the procedure below, otherwise such payments won’t reflect in their accounts. Use any of the following procedures to pay your fees:

1. LOGIN TO THE PORTAL
In order to log into ESP, you must have a Username and Password. Your Username is either your JAMB Reg No or your IAUE Matric No. Get your ESP Username and Password from the ICT Centre.

a. Visit the University website, http://www.iauoe.edu.ng (note that http://www.iaue.edu.ng leads to the same website).
b. Click on Portal menu to go to the ESP sub-site.

c. Click on Sign In on the ESP Portal
d. A popup window will open.
e. Enter your Username and Password and Click on Sign in. This will take you to the Student Dashboard:

2. PROCEDURE FOR FEES PAYMENT

OPTION A: PAY THROUGH THE BANK
1. On the Student Dashboard, Click on Fees Payment Menu
2. Click on Process New Fees tab (if it is not highlighted)
3. Select Session from the Session dropdown list
4. Select Payment Description (Type of fee you want to pay) from the Payment Description dropdown list. Examples are:
i. Fresher School Fees
ii. School Fees – Returning (YR2)
iii. School Fees – Returning (YR3)
iv. 2016/2017 – Accommodation Request
v. Etc.
5. Click on View Fees to display the fees payable. The payable fees will be displayed, showing fees breakdown and Total fees payable.
6. Click on Create Invoice (a Fees Booking Number (FBN) will be created)
7. Click on Confirm Invoice
8. Click on Print Invoice
9. Walk into any bank and pay (using Interswitch Pay Direct feature and the Fees booking number (FBN) created in Step 6).
10. On successful payment, you will receive an email & SMS on the email address and phone number provided in your profile.
11. Visit http://www.iauoe.edu.ng, Login to the ESP Portal
12. Click Fees Payment menu
13. Click Recent Payment tab
14. Print relevant documents (e.g. Payment receipt, etc.)

OPTION B: PAY ONLINE (USING ATM CARD)
1. On the Student Dashboard, Click on Fees Payment Menu
2. Click on Process New Fees tab (if it is not highlighted)
3. Select Session from the Session dropdown list
4. Select Payment Description (Type of fee you want to pay) from the Payment Description dropdown list. Examples are:
i. Fresher School Fees
ii. School Fees – Returning (YR2)
iii. School Fees – Returning (YR3)
iv. 2016/2017 – Accommodation Request
v. Etc.
5. Click on View Fees to display the fees payable. The payable fees will be displayed, showing fees breakdown and Total fees payable.
6. Click on Create Invoice (a Fees Booking Number (FBN) will be created)
7. Click on Confirm Invoice
8. Click on Print Invoice
9. Click on Pay Now (On clicking this, you will be redirected to Interswitch secure web pay site)
10. Select ATM Card Type on dropdown (Velve, MasterCard, etc)
11. Supply your ATM card details:
i. Card No
ii. Expiry Date (Month, Year)
iii. CVV2 (at back of card)
iv. Pin No (4-digit ATM card you use in ATM machine)
12. Click Pay
13. Enter you OTP No (sent to you from your bank for Online Transactions)
14. Click on Continue
15. On display of pop-up message, Click Continue
16. On successful payment, you will receive an email & SMS on the email address and phone number provided in your profile.
17. Click Fees Payment menu to refresh the page
18. Click Recent Payment tab
19. Print relevant documents (e.g. Payment receipt, etc.)

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FUNAAB Releases Guidelines for Acceptance Fee Payment

This is to inform all newly admitted students of Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) that the payment for Admission Acceptance Fee has commenced

Total Amount to be paid – NGN30,750. NGN30,000 for acceptance and NGN750 for Transaction fee.

Admitted candidates are to proceed to http://admission.unaab.edu.ng/admissionAcceptance.php to generate an Invoice which will be used in making payment.
– Payment can be made Online (on REMITA website) or Offline (in Banks that that are on REMITA Network)
– Payment is Unrefundable

To make payment online, Click on Pay online (after generating the Invoice) and fill the form in the page you are directed to.

1. PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE A GOOD INTERNET CONNECTION
2. DO NOT TRY TO MAKE PAYMENT TWICE EVEN IF YOU RECEIVE AN ERROR MESSAGE. PAYMENT SHOULD BE DONE ONCE.
3. TO VERIFY IF THE PAYMENT WAS SUCCESSFUL, YOU CAN TRY TO PRINT RECEIPT

To make payment offline, Click on Print and then you will be able to print The invoice. On the invoice, You will see Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR). The RRR is unique to you and will be required to make payment online or offline.

Ensure you take this bill(The Invoice) to any bank branch that accept Remita Payment including FUNAAB Micro Finance Bank (UMFB), keep a copy for record purpose. After payment, go back to FUNAAB’s admission portal (http://admission.unaab.edu.ng) to fill your admission acceptance form.

LASU Elucidate What Constitutes Indecent Dressing On Campus

The attention of University Management has been drawn to misgivings on the part of students regarding the constituents of ‘Indecent Dressing’ and the implementation of the rules pertaining this.

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Management wishes to state categorically that extant constituents of inappropriate dressing are as contained in the Students’ Code of Conduct Form which was considered and approved at the 232nd Statutory Meeting of Senate on Thursday, 29th September, 2016 and is available on the registration portal. These are listed in 1-16 below.

The following constitute inappropriate modes of dressing by students which shall attract sanctions from the University:

-Wearing transparent dresses, mini and skimpy skirts/dresses, and other clothes revealing sensitive parts of the body.
-Wearing tattered, dirty jeans with holes or obscene subliminal messages.

-Wearing “baggy”, “saggy”, “yansh,” “ass level” and over length trousers.

-Wearing tight fitting apparels that reveal body shape and contours of the body.

-Wearing T-Shirt and Tops with obscene, obnoxious or seductive inscription.

-Wearing of loose tie, folding, holding and pocketing of tie.

-Wearing shirts without buttons, improperly buttoned, rolling of sleeves or flying collar.

-Wearing of face Caps or complete covering of face.

-Piercing of body and tattooing.

-Wearing of ear rings by male students.

-Wearing of nose ring, very big, dropping ear rings and necklaces by female students.

-Wearing of distractive knocking shoes like stiletto heels to lecture rooms and the Library is frowned at and students may be denied admittance to such places.

-Plaiting, weaving, bonding of hair by male students.

-Knickers, tight shorts and slacks are allowed only for sports.

-Wearing of slippers is not allowed.

-Wearing of lousy, unkempt, extremely bogus hair or artificial hair.

For the avoidance of doubt, there is no rule in Lagos State University forbidding female students from wearing earrings and necklaces.

Equally, there is no rule forbidding female students from wearing naturalor artificial hair below shoulder level.

Item 11. above is not in reference to necklaces as such but very big dropping necklaces, just as item 16. has nothing in common with item q. subsection xix of LASU’s Code of Conduct for Students (page 78, in the Students’ Handbook, 2016 where ‘hair attachment beyond shoulder length’ is mentioned, and which has been invalidated by the amendment of 29th September, 2016.

What we have witnessed in recent days are products of misinterpretation on the part of a few officials and amplification of these minor misunderstandings by scaremongers.

Management is using this medium to assure our dear students that appropriate steps have been taken to correct the lapses in implementation and all students are enjoined to go about their academic and social activities on campus peacefully.

LASU Releases 3rd Round Pre-degree Admission List

According to reports, the management of Lagos state university has released another round list of candidates admitted into its Pre-degree programme for the 2016/2017 academic session.

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The recently released list is the 3rd round of candidates admitted into the LASU Pre-degree programme for 2016/2017 academic session.

The names of candidates admitted in this 3rd round list add up to 61.

To access the list, check the attached pdf document;

Click Here

 

UMYU Releases 2nd Pre-degree and IJMBE Admission List

According to reports, the management of Umaru Musa Yar’dua (UMYU) University has released the 2nd list of Pre-degree & IJMBE candidates admitted for the 2016/2017 academic session.

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The list is now available on the school’s website.

To view the list, candidates are to click on this link: UMYU 2nd Pre-degree (UTME) & IJMBE Admission List 2016/2017

To download the Registration Guideline/Timelines click here.

To Print your admission Letter and continue with the Registration processes click here.

The default password for printing admission letter is “umyusprs”

LAUTECH Announces Resumption Dates Of Academic Activities

All staff and students are hereby informed that the University will reopen for normal activities on Friday, January 27, 2017.

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Students are to note the following for compliance:

Friday, January 27: Resumption
Friday. February 3: Revision week ends
Friday. February 10: Lecture free week ends
Monday. February 13: 2015/2016 Harmattan Semester Examinations begin

All students who are yet to complete their registration are to ensure that they do so and pay their tuition fee during the revision week.

On behalf of the Governing Council, Senate and Management, headed by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. A. S. Gbadegesin, we wish you all the best.

JAMB,NYSC Set to Deal With Mobilization of Over-Aged Corps Members

According to reports, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the National Youth Service Corps have conspired to step up measures to check fraudulent practices by prospective corps members.

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This was the subject of discussion during the visit by the JAMB Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, to the Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, at the NYSC National Directorate Headquarters.

Professor Oloyede noted that applications for change of date of birth being forwarded to JAMB were mostly from over-aged persons who want to get mobilized for the national service.

He explained that since his assumption of duty as Registrar, JAMB had been taking measures to block sharps practices, while also seeking enhanced inter-agency cooperation in that regard.

In his remarks, the NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, described JAMB as a critical stakeholder in the NYSC, and welcomed the agency’s renewed commitment to eliminating sharp practices.

Kazaure said a bilateral committee would be set to address all the areas of concern raised by the Registrar.
He thanked the JAMB Management for the cordial relationship with the NYSC.

ASUU Bans UNILORIN From Academic and Non Academic Activities

According to reports, the Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU), has banned the University Of Ilorin (UNILORIN) from academic and non academic activities while directing its members to boycott the activities at the institution.

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ASUU disclosed this after a resolution reached at the end of its Awka National Executive Council meeting in a statement by the Chairman University of Ibadan Chapter of the union, Dr Deji Omole.

According to ASUU, this sanction was as a result of lawlessness, arbitrariness, violation of human and trade union rights as well as the persecution of loyal members.

The Chairman of the union Dr. Omole announced that the union has directed its members to boycott all Unilorin based journal, newsletters, quarterlies, adding that no article from the academic staff of the university will be approved.

He lamented that the university has continued to prevent ASUU from functioning on its campus, and also collecting check-off money forcefully from its academic staff without remitting it to the union.

The union therefore instructed all the members including those serving in private universities to comply to this new development.

Ignatius Ajuru University Commences B.A And B.Sc. Progammes

According to reports, the National Universities Commission ( NUC) has given approval to Ignatius Ajuru University of Education to commence Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programmes.

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This was disclosed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele who disclosed this during an emergency Senate Meeting, said that the Commission in principle granted the university request for expansion and restructuring of programmes.

He stated that since the establishment of the university, concentration had only been on developing Education which is one aspect of the core mandate of the university with little or no attention paid to the non- education based related disciplines as provided by the Law and appropriate for a university of the highest standing.

To this end, forms are already on sale at the Admission’s Office at the Rumuolumeni main campus for admission into a one year Basic Studies Programme for the 2016/2017 academic session. Upon completion of the programme, qualified candidates would be admitted as year one Students into the B.A, B.Sc, B.Tech. B.Agric, B.Ed, programmes of the university.