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Jamb Admission Letter Printing 2016/2017

You can now print your jamb admission letter for 2016 UTME. The jamb admission letter is a document that shows the School you have been offered provisional admission as well as the course. As part of admission screening requirements the jamb admission letter is a mandatory document which you must …

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Lagos State University Second Admission List

The 2016/2017 first round batch b merit admission list. The list comprises of names of candidates admitted into the university of Lagos, Ojo on UTME after the successful screening. Click here to see the lasu admission list (second list). Make sure you can view .pdf files on your device before …

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Uniuyo Orientation Date for Freshers

Uniuyo university of Uyo orientation date for fresher’s has been announced. This to infotm all uniuyo freshers that the Orientation Exercise for 2016/2017 Fresh Students will commence soon. See the schedule for the freshers orientation exercise below start date : Wednesday, November 30,2016end date : Friday December 2, 2016 All …

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ASUU HALTS STRIKE AFTER MEETING WITH SENATE

ASUU has suspended their strike after meeting with Senate. According to a reliable source , the association of senior university staffs (asuu) have suspended their strike after close door meeting with the Nigerian Senate on Tuesday, 22 November 2016. More details soon..

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NYSC Batch B 2016 Callup Letter Now Available

This is to inform all prospective National Youth Service Corp Members (NYSC corp members) for the 2016 Batch B on the recent development as regard the NYSC  batch b 2016 callup letters. Prospective National Youth Service Corp members for the 2016 Batch B can print their callup letters as the …

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ASUU to Embark on Warning Strike from Wednesday

The Academic Staff Union of  Universities is set to embark on a one week warning strike action beginning on Wednesday 16th to 22th November 2016. For the avoidance of doubt the 7 days asuu strike is to compel the federal government of Nigeria to address the following issues: – Funding …

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