FG Spends N100bn Annually on Varsity Projects – VP Sambo

16 March, 2015
Vol. 10 No. 11
ISSN 0795-3089
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FG Spends N100bn Annually on
Varsity Projects – VP Sambo
he Vice President of
the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Architect
Namadi Sambo, GCON,
has disclosed that the
Federal Government had
been spending about
N100 billion annually
on educational projects
in Nigerian universities across the country.
formation Agenda had
ensured that laudable projects continued to dot all
the institutions in the tertiary education sub-sector
and restated the commitment of the present Administration towards supporting the sector through
the Tertiary Education
Trust Fund (TETFund).
Vice President Sambo disclosed this on Tuesday, 10
March, 2015, at the foundation laying ceremony
of the Dame Patience
Jonathan’s 360-bed female
hostel block and the ModArchitect Namadi Sambo, GCON
Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
ern International Conference Centre of the Bayero
University, Kano (BUK). from the Presidential Support Funds on Education
had already been approved to cater for the need
The Vice President noted of Nigerian universities and other tertiary instituthat about N1.5 trillion tions. He added that the Administration’s Trans-
Arch. Sambo, who also
held an interactive session
with members of the University community shortly
after the ceremony, said
that the Federal Government had paid special
attention to the education sector, through the
award of various projects
amounting to billions of
naira, in order to realise
the Government’s Vision
in this edition...
MATRICULATION: One of the newly established Federal Universities, the Federal
University, Birnin-Kebbi, in Kebbi State, held its first Matriculation recently, with the
Vice-Chancellor cautioning students of the Institution to steer clear of extremism
and intolerance, especially in ethnic and religious matters. (Pg. 2).
COURTESY CALL: The NUC Director, Open and Distance Education, Dr. Olamide Esther Adesina, receives the Coordinator of
the Distance Learning Doctoral Programmes, Birmingham City
University, Dr. Yemisi Akinbobola. (Pg. 3).
20:2020. He added that the Federal Government was conscious
of the fact that education was the
bedrock of any meaningful development in the country, hence
the need to meet up with the 21st
century educational development challenges, especially in the
area of technological know- how,
which was in line with the Vision 2020 and the Transformation Agenda of the Government.
The Vice President noted that between 2010 and 2014, the Federal
Government, through TETFund,
expended N34.109 billion for both
infrastructure and academic training in tertiary institutions in Kano
State, out of the N644 billion invested by the Fund across the
country for the period. He futher
stated that the intervention affected both Federal and State institutions located in the state, including
the BUK; Kano State University of
Technology; North West University; Federal College of Education
Technology, Bichi and Kano State
Polytechnic as well as the Sa’adatu
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Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau, CON
Honourable Minister of Education
Rimi College of Education.
Arch. Sambo said that the giant
strides achieved by the Administration were not limited to the
education sector, but also in the
areas of power, transport, security,
anti-corruption drive, agriculture,
industrialisation as well as other
socio-economic
programmes.
that the Institution had, in the
last four years, repositioned from
an art-based to a science-based
University, with the introduction of about 40 new Departments and Research Centres.
The Vice President, who was accompanied by the Honourable
Minister of Education, Mallam
In his remarks, the Vice-Chan- Ibrahim Shekarau, CON, and
cellor of the University, Profes- the Chairman of TETFund, Dr.
sor Abubakar Rasheed, disclosed Musa Babayo, also inaugurated
some projects at the University’s
Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital.
Shun Extremism, Intolerance
– VC Warns Students
he Vice-Chancellor of the
Federal University, Birnin
Kebbi, Professor Lawal Suleiman
Bilbis, has cautioned students of
the Institution to steer clear of extremism and intolerance, especially in ethnic and religious matters.
matriculation to help them develop self-discipline and resistance
against the temptation of indulging in examination misconduct,
cultism, truancy and other related
offences. He told the matriculating students that stamping out
these vices was the collective responsibility of staff and students.
He implored them to be security
conscious and to report suspicious characters to the University authorities in order to ensure
the safety of lives and property.
The Vice-Chancellor, who gave
the advice during the maiden matriculation ceremony of
the Institution on Thursday, 5
Prof. Lawal Suleiman Bilbis
Vice-Chancellor,
Federal University,
March, 2015, admonished the
Birnin-Kebbi
students to rather play a role in
stamping out ethnic and reliProfessor Bilbis advised the stuThe Vice Chancellor disclosed that
gious intolerance in the country.
dents to allow the oath of their
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pressed thanks to the Executive
Secretaries and staff of the National Universities Commission
(NUC) and the Tertiary Education
Trust Fund (TETFund) for helping
the University in its development.
He noted that the support and encouragement that the Institution
had received from all stakeholders had greatly reduced the problems normally associated with
the take-off of a new university.
Some Matriculating Students.
out of the 616 candidates who applied for admission into the Institution, only 507 were successful.
He noted that the University had
taken-off with the Faculty of Arts,
Social and Management Sciences
and the Faculty of Science, adding
that the College of Medical Sciences would take-off in 2016. He
also disclosed that the University
commenced with a staff strength
of 102 and commended the pioneer staff of the Institution for
their commitment to its growth.
Dignitaries at the University’s
maiden matriculation included
the Kebbi State Governor, Alhaji Usman Dakingari, who expressed satisfaction with the
Professor Bilbis expressed grati- level of development in the Intude to the Federal Government, stitution and gave the assurance
National Assembly and the State that his administration would
Government for their assistance contribute more to the University.
to the new University. He also ex-
ES Reiterates Commitment to ODL
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and ensure that academic activities
aligned with global best practices,
regardless of the mode of learning,
he Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Julius A.
Okojie, OON, has reiterated the
commitment of the Commission
to ensuring that the Open and
Distance Learning (ODL) mode
was encouraged, in the Nigerian
University System (NUS), as an alternative to the face-to-face mode.
The Executive Secretary, who
was represented by the Director, Open and Distance Education, Dr. Olamide Esther Adesina, stated this, on Tuesday, 10
March, 2015, when the Distance
Learning Doctorate Programme
Coordinator, Birmingham City
University (BCU), United Kingdom, Dr. Yemisi Akinbobola,
paid a visit to the Commission.
Professor Julius A. Okojie, OON
Executive Secretary, NUC
formed her that “Nigeria currently
has 138 approved universities, including a National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), which
is the nation’s ODL institution,
charged with delivering teaching
and research via the mode”. He said
that the NUC generally regulated
Welcoming the Coordinator to the the activities of universities in the
Commission, the NUC Scribe in- country in order to assure quality
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In her own remarks, Dr. Adesina
informed the visitor that there
were laid down guidelines and
procedures for collaboration between institutions. This, she noted, must be adhered to in offering
both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes through
any of the approved modes of
study. She added that the NUC
also had Benchmark Minimum
Academic Standards (BMAS)
for all programmes run in the
NUS, comparable with what obtained in the United Kingdom.
The Director commended the
University on its presentation and
advised the Coordinator to access
and study the Commission’s guidelines and procedures on Open and
holdings; regular supervision via
Skype, face time, telephone and
email; engaging local facilitators
that would support the students;
students’ participation in weekly
research afternoons; and vivavoice at the end of the process.
R-L: NUC Director, Open and Distance Education, Dr. Olamide Esther Adesina, and the
Birmingham City University Distance Learning Doctorate Programme Coordinator,
Dr. Yemisi Akinbobola.
Distance Education in order to see
how the University could collaborate with the NUS to provide ODL
services. She added that the model
of Distance Learning recognised
and approved in Nigeria was the
Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) Enabled Supported Blended Learning (IESBL),
which was a combination of virtual and face-to-face interaction.
The model, she noted, allowed for
course materials to be issued to
students in mix media format and
other learner support facilities.
Earlier, in her presentation,
the Distance Learning Doctorate Programme Coordinator,
BCU, Dr. Yemisi Akinbobola, informed the Executive Secretary
that she was in the Commission
to seek partnership that would
allow her University offer Doctorate Degree by Distance Learning in Media, Communication
and Cultural Studies to Nigerian
academics. She said that the programme would draw the full resources of the University and its
expertise in innovative approach
to learning to ensure that Nigerian students gained the necessary
research skills to execute their
doctoral research and contribute to professional development.
Dr. Akinbobola noted that her
University had developed a new
multi-million pounds campus
where the Birmingham Centre for
Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR) was housed, adding that
the Programme had, through the
years, developed interdisciplinary
partnership with over 13 universities and 50 non-academic institutions around the world, including
the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the British Library.
She noted that the Centre currently supervised 20 Ph.D students,
including five Nigerians who
had performed very well so far.
The Coordinator explained that
the Ph.D by Distance Learning
would be structured to include
induction and enrolment of the
students on campus within the
first 3-6 weeks; taught modules via
Moodle and webinar; interactive
tasks; full access to library digital
Dr. Akinbobola further explained
that the programme, to be completed within a 4-year duration,
would be spread as follows: Year
1 - courses would be taken to
ensure the student has in-depth
knowledge and media experience;
Year 2 – the student would be expected to undertake an independent study based on the agreed
programme of study in addition
to an elective module from the
Masters of Arts suite. The student
would also make presentations
and review plans based on the
agreed programme. Year 3 to 4 –
the students would be expected
to produce an 80,000 words Ph.D
thesis and do some final work
within 6 to 8 weeks in preparation for the viva-voice presentation, in person, at the campus.
The Coordinator commended
the Executive Secretary and the
NUC Management for their giant strides in assuring quality in
the NUS. She informed him that
her Institution would return to
the Commission with a fine-tuned
proposal that would be in-tune
with the NUC guidelines on ODL.
The Director, Open and Distance Education, Dr. O. E. Adesina (middle), in a group
photograph with the Dr. Yemisi Akinbobola and some staff of the DODE.
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CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR
THE HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE
The National Universities Commission (NUC) is in receipt of a call circular from the Private Sector Health
Alliance of Nigeria (PHN), for award-winning entries for the One million dollars ($1000000.00) Health
Innovation Challenge (HIC), sponsored by the PHN, led by Alhaji Aliko Dangote (Founding Patron), Mr.
Jim-Ovia (Co-Chair), Dr. Mohammed Ali-Pate (Co-Chair), Mrs. Sola David Borha, Mr. Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, Dr. Muntaqa Umar-Sadiq (MD/CEO) among others and endorsed by Mr. Bill Gates.
The PHN is a coalition of Private Sector companies that seek to glean from the Private Sector expertise
and capabilities to improve Nigeria’s health outcomes. The alliance, through its Nigeria Health Innovation
Market (NHIM), has launched the HIC to identify, celebrate and award promising innovations (technology,
process, market enabling service delivery etc.), that would address critical needs in the Nigeria Health Sector.
The HIC is incorporated into the overall design of the NHIM, which is a multi-faceted platform that would
help to stimulate broad-scale innovations, support social entrepreneurship and connect actors in the health
innovation eco-system. The platform also provides the avenue to foster partnerships and accelerate innovations with the potential to impact sustainable healthcare innovation in Nigeria.
The prize categories for winners include:
1st Prize: $100,000
2nd Prize: $50,000
3rd Prize: Partnership award of $30.000 (partnership with the Centre for Health Market Innovation).
For guidelines and more information, interested applicants are requested to visit www.phn.ng or contact the
following e-mail address: [email protected]
SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDIES IN TAIWAN FOR 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR
The Trade Mission of the Republic of China (Taiwan) has offered scholarship to three (3) Nigerian University Students to undertake a degree study in Chinese language at a University or College-affiliated mandarin
training centre in Taiwan for 2015 academic year.
The Scholarship is open to Students from any approved Nigerian University, who satisfies the criteria for the
award.
Details on the Scholarship can be accessed on the Trade Mission’s website www.roc-taiwan.org/NG
- BOOK OF THE MONTH -
Book Title: The Political Economy of Crisis and Underdevelopment in Africa: Selected Works of Claude
Eleme Ake 1939 -1996.
Author: Julius O. Ihonvbere (ed.).
Publisher: Third World Publishers.
Place of Publication: Ota, Nigeria.
Year of Publication: 2013.
Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. - Richard Steele.
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NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION
in collaboration with
UNIVERSITY OF UYO, UYO
announces the
6TH NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FAIR
30 March – 3 April, 2015
University of Uyo, Main Campus, Uyo
Theme:
RESEARCH AND INNOVATION: A PANACEA FOR NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION
CALL FOR ENTRIES
The National Universities Commission in collaboration with the University of Uyo, wishes to invite all Nigerian Universities, Research Institutes, the Private Sector, all Productive Enterprises and the general public to the 6th Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF) scheduled to hold as follows:
Date: 30 March – 3 April 2015.
Time: 9:00am daily
Venue: University of Uyo, Main Campus, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
PURPOSE OF THE FAIR
The National Universities Commission, in its continued efforts at encouraging research and development activities in
Nigerian Universities, is organizing the 6th Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF) in collaboration with the University of Uyo, Uyo. The main purpose of the Fair is to provide a platform for Nigerian Universities
to showcase their research and innovation projects and to interact with industry. This Fair hopes to build on the achievements of the previous fairs.
OBJECTIVES OF THE FAIR
The objectives of NURESDEF are to:
•
Exhibit innovative and creative research projects from Nigerian Universities
•
Provide a platform for Nigerian Universities to interact with industry and the productive sector and create the op
portunity for the industry to identify/select research outputs ready for the market.
•
Facilitate the diffusion of research and development output into the national economy.
•
Provide opportunities for networking and collaboration among researchers/institutions and between them and industry as well as institutions abroad
•
Provide opportunities for researchers to share their knowledge and expertise and propose new projects and fu-
ture collaboration
•
Provide an opportunity for Universities to demonstrate their research capabilities to industry and potential inter
national partners and donor agencies;
•
Provide a foruBm for industry and the productive sector to identify capacities within the Universities for research that would address relevant/specific needs of industry.
•
Provide avenues for attracting support from the organized Private Sector and International Agencies for on-go-
ing development-oriented researches.
SUB-THEMES
•
Promoting Local content in the Industrial and Technological Development of Nigeria
•
Green Technology for a Sustainable Future
•
Entrepreneurship, Society and Sustainable Development
•
Communicating Technological Development and Innovation in Nigeria
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REGISTRATION
Participation is open to all Nigerian Universities, Research Institutes and the organised Private Sector.
Registration fee is N150,000 (One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira) for exhibitors requiring exhibition spaces. This
should be made payable at WEMA Bank Plc. Account Name: University of Uyo Account Number: 0121476805 by 16
February 2015. Details of payment should be forwarded by email to: [email protected] and [email protected]
and copy [email protected] and [email protected]
Abstract of not more than 300 words should be forwarded electronically to our e-mail addresses by 16 February 2015.
PRESENTATION FORMAT
Presentations at the Fair will include Lectures, Discussions, Poster Displays and Exhibition of Prototypes.
For further information, contact:
Local Organising Committee (LOC)
Prof. Paul D. Ekwere, FRCS, Chairman, LOC, University of Uyo
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Website: www.uniuyo.edu.ng
Mobile: Chairman, LOC – 08077293468, Secretary, LOC – 08077293469,
Chairman, Protocol sub-Committee – 08077293493
National Universities Commission
No. 26, Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama District
P.M.B. 237 Garki GPO, Abuja
Website: www.nuc.edu.ng
Mobile:08127455412-13
Contacts: Dr. S.B. Ramon-Yusuf, [email protected]
Director, Research and Innovation
Malam L. M. Faruk, [email protected]
Deputy Director, Innovation and University-Industry Linkages
Signed
Professor Julius A. Okojie, OON
Executive Secretary
National Universities Commission
NOTIFICATION OF THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE 2015 NNOM CALL FOR
NOMINATION/APPLICATION
This is to notify the public that the call for nomination/application for the Nigerian National Merit Order of
Merit (NNOM) Award 2015 has been opened.
All who wish to apply for the NNOM Award should please forward their applications to the NNMA Secretariat on or before the 26th March, 2015.
Signed:
Secretary, NNMA
Nigerian National Merit Award,
Merit House Complex,
Maitama, Abuja.
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NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION
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RE: MORATORIUM ON PART-TIME PROGRAMMES
he National Universities Commission,
cognizant of the need to streamline the
operations of Part Time and Sandwich programmes
in Nigerian universities, had through a publication
in the print media, including the Guardian and
Sun Newspapers of Monday, 19th March, 2012,
placed a moratorium on admission into parttime programmes in Nigerian universities. In the
publication, the universities were requested to fully
disclose all Part-Time and Sandwich programmes,
with respect to enrolment and staffing profile,
within four weeks of the publication, and to
conduct in-house staff and student audit and
forward same to the Commission. As a follow up to
this, the Commission vide a letter dated 14 January,
2013, sent a reminder to the universities requesting
those that were yet to provide information on their
Part-Time and Sandwich programmes as well as
affiliation arrangements to do so on or before15
February, 2013.
2.0.Universities That Made Submission
11. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso
12. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State
13. Niger Delta University, Amasoma, Bayelsa State
14. Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra State
15. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Eboyi State
16. Cross River State University of Technology, Calabar
17. Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State
18. Osun State University, Osun State
19. Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State
C. Private Universities:
1. Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun State
2. Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State
3. Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State
4. Lead City university, Ibadan, Oyo State
5. Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State
6. Benson Idahosa University, Benin – City, Edo State
7. Tansian University, Umunya, Anambra State
8. Wesley University of Science and Technology, Ondo,
Ondo State
3.0. APPROVALS GRANTED TO UNIVERSITIES
TO
RUN
PART–TIME/
SANDWICH
Based on the submissions received, a total of forty (40)
PROGRAMMES•
universities indicated that they would run Part-Time
Up to date, a total of thirty six (36) universities
and Sandwich programmes as detailed below:
forwarded their completed documents, based on
the approved format. Following the analysis of
A. Federal Universities
the submissions by the Department of Academic
1. Federal University of Technology, Owerri
Standards and having satisfied the laid down
2. University of Benin, Benin
guidelines for running Part – Time programme and
3. University of Calabar, Calabar
Sandwich courses in Nigerian universities, all the
4. University of Lagos
thirty six (36) institutions were recommended to
5. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
the Executive Secretary for approval. Consequent
6. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt
upon Executive Secretary’s approval, letters were
7. University of Uyo, Uyo
communicated to the universities accordingly. The
8. University of Abuja, Abuja
universities are:
9. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
A. Federal Universities
10. Michael Okpara University, Umudike
11. Moddibbo Adamawa University of Technology, Yola 1. University of Lagos
2. University of Port Harcourt
12. University of Agriculture, Markurdi
3. University of Calabar
13. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto
4. University of Benin
14. University of Jos, Jos
5. University of Abuja
6. University of Uyo
B. State Universities
7. University of Jos
1. Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State
2. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago- Iwoye, Ogun State 8. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile – Ife
9. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
3. Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State
4. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba- Akoko, Ondo 10. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
11. Federal University of Technology, Owerri
State
12. Usman Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
5. Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State
6. Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun 13. Bayero University, Kano
B. State Universities
State
7. Rivers State University of Science and Technology, 1. Ekiti State University, Ado – Ekiti, Ekiti State
2. Cross River State University, Calabar, Cross River State
Port Harcourt
8. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, 3. Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State
4. Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers State
Enugu State
9. Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Education, 5. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State
6. Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State
Port Harcourt
7. Enugu State University of Science & Technology,
10. Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State
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Enugu State
8. Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun,
Ogun State
9. Rivers State University of Science &
Technology, Port Harcourt
10. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Eboyi
State
11. Benue State University, Makurdi, Benue
State
12. Niger Delta University, Yenagoa, Bayelsa
State
13. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State
14. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba –
Akoko, Ondo State
15. Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra
State
16. Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun
State
17. Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State
18. Nasarawa State University, Keffi,
Nasarawa State.
C. Private Universities
1. Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun
State
2. Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State
3. Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State
4. Lead City university, Ibadan, Oyo State
5. Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State
6. Benson Idahosa University, Benin –
City, Edo State
7. Wesley University of Science and Technology, Ondo, Ondo State
8. Fountain University, Osogbo
Dr. Gidado Kumo
Director, Academic Standards
For: Executive Secretary
GUIDELINES ON PART-TIME AND SANDWICH
PROGRAMMES IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES
Below are guidelines for conducting Part-time and Sandwich
programmes in Nigerian universities. All universities currently
operating Part-time programmes are expected to comply with the
guidelines on programme by programme basis.
Consequently, universities still interested in running Part-time
programmes are advised to forward fresh applications to the
NUC on programme by programme basis.
This is, however, subject to the readiness of the university to comply
with the following extant guidelines on part-time programmes:
1. The admission and graduation requirements, Staffing, Library
and physical facilities requirements must be in line with the
Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) for the
various full-time academic programmes;
2. For a programme to be eligible to run on part-time basis,
the approved full-time equivalent must be available in the
university, must have earned full accreditation and must be
run within approved campuses;
3. The enrolment into part-time programmes must not exceed
20% of total students’ population in the programme;
4. The minimum duration of the part-time programmes must
be 150% of the approved duration of the Full-Time equivalent;
5. Approval shall not be granted for part-time programmes
in Environmental Sciences, Engineering/Technology, Law,
Medicine/Medical Sciences, Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical
Sciences, Dentistry; and Veterinary Science;
6. All admissions into part-time programmes must be through
the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB). Parttime programmes must be run within approved campuses of
universities where the human and material resources for the
teaching of the programmes are domiciled, i.e. on the main
campus of the university;
7.Part-time programmes shall be subjected to the NUC
accreditation assessment upon maturity of the programme;
8. For any programme to be eligible for part-time mode, it must
have produced two (2) sets of graduates and satisfied the
Resource Verification Requirements.
9. Commencement of a part-time programme MUST be subject
to NUC’s approval. Approval of commencement of all parttime programmes must be obtained.
The National Universities Commission shall not hesitate to apply
appropriate sanctions on any university which violates any of the
stipulated Guidelines on Part-Time and Sandwich Programmes.
Signed
Management
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List of Approved Universities in Nigeria
Federal
S/N
Institutions
state
Year
Est.
1
University of Ibadan,
Ibadan
1948
2
University of Nigeria,
Nsukka
1960
3
Obafemi Awolowo
University, Ile-Ife
1962
4
Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaria
5
S/N
Year
Est.
S/N
1
Rivers State
University of Science
& Technology, Port
Harcourt
1979
2
Ambrose Alli University,
Ekpoma
1980
1962
3
Abia State University,
Uturu
1981
University of Lagos,
Lagos
1962
4
1982
6
University of Benin,
Benin City
1970
Enugu State University
of Science & Tech,
Enugu
5
1982
8
7
Bayero University,
Kano
1975
Olabisi Onabanjo
University, Ago-Iwoye
6
1982
9
University of Calabar,
Calabar
1975
Ekiti State University,
Ado-Ekiti. (formerly
University of Ado-Ekiti)
9
University of Ilorin,
Ilorin
1975
7
Lagos State University,
Ojo, Lagos
1983
10
University of Jos, Jos
1975
8
1990
11
University of
Maiduguri, Maiduguri
1975
Ladoke Akintola
University of
Technology, Ogbomoso
Usmanu Danfodiyo
University, Sokoto
1975
9
Imo State University,
Owerri
1992
University of PortHarcourt, PortHarcourt
1975
10
Benue State University,
Makurdi
1992
11
1992
15
14
Federal University of
Technology, Owerri
1980
Delta State University,
Abraka
12
1999
16
15
Federal University of
Technology, Akure
1981
Adekunle Ajasin
University, AkungbaAkoko
16
Modibbo Adama
University of
Technology, Yola
1981
13
Kogi State University,
Anyigba
1999
14
2000
17
Federal University of
Technology, Minna
1982
Niger-Delta University,
Yenagoa
15
2000
18
Nigerian Defence
Academy, Kaduna
1985
Anambra State
University, Uli
2000
19
University of Abuja,
1988
20
Abubakar Tafawa
Balewa University,
Bauchi
1988
Kano University of
Science & Technology,
Wudil
17
Ebonyi State University,
Abakaliki
2000
21
University of
Agriculture, Makurdi
1988
18
Nasarawa State
University, Keffi
2002
22
Federal University of
Agriculture, Abeokuta
1988
19
Adamawa State
University, Mubi
2002
23
Nnamdi Azikiwe
University, Awka
1992
8
12
13
1
Institutions
16
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
11
12
13
14
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
10
PRIVATE
Institutions
Babcock University,
Ilishan Remo
Madonna University,
Okija
Igbinedion University,
Okada
Bowen University, Iwo
Covenant University, Ota
Pan-Atlantic University,
Lagos
Benson Idahosa
University, Benin City
American University of
Nigeria, Yola
Redeemers University,
Mowe, Ogun State
Ajayi Crowther
University, Oyo
Al-Hikmah University,
Ilorin
Caritas University,
Amorji-Nke, Enugu
CETEP City University,
Lagos
Bingham University,
Auta-Balefi, Karu,
Nasarawa State
Al-Qalam University,
Katsina
Renaissance University,
Enugu
Bells University of
Technology, Ota, Ogun
State
Lead City University,
Ibadan, Oyo State
Crawford University,
Igbesa, Ogun State
Kwararafa University,
Wukari (formerly Wukari
Jubilee University)
Crescent University,
Abeokuta
Novena University,
Ogume, Delta State
University of Mkar, Mkar
Joseph Ayo Babalola
University, Ikeji-Arakeji
Osun State
Caleb University, Lagos
Year
Est.
1999
1999
1999
2001
2002
2002
2002
2003
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2006
2007
List of Approved Universities in Nigeria
state
Federal
26
Fountain University,
Osogbo
Obong University,
Obong Ntak
Salem University, Lokoja
Tansian University,
Umunya, Anambra State
Veritas University, Abuja
Wesley University of
Science & Technology,
Ondo
Western Delta University,
Oghara, Delta State
The Achievers University,
Owo
African University of
Science & Technology,
Abuja
Afe Babalola University,
Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State
Godfrey Okoye
University, UgwuomuNike, Enugu State
Nigerian Turkish Nile,
University, Abuja
Oduduwa University,
Ipetumodu, Osun State
Paul University, Awka,
Anambra State
Rhema University,
Obeama-Asa, Rivers
State
Wellspring University,
Evbuobanosa, Edo State
Adeleke University, Ede,
Osun State
Baze University, Abuja
Landmark University,
Omu-Aran, Kwara State
Samuel Adegboyega
University, Ogwa, Edo
State
Elizade University, IlaraMokin, Ondo State
Evangel University,
Akaeze, Ebonyi State
Gregory University,
Uturu, Abia State
McPherson University,
Seriki Sotayo, Ajebo,
Ogun State
Southwestern University,
Okun Owa, Ogun State
20
Gombe State
University, Gombe
2004
21
Kaduna State
University, Kaduna
2004
22
Cross River University
of Technology, Calabar
2004
23
Plateau State
University, Bokkos
2005
24
Ondo State University
of Technology, Okiti
Pupa.
2008
25
Ibrahim Babangida
University, Lapai, Niger
State
2005
26
Tai Solarin University
of Education, Ijagun
2005
27
Umaru Musa Yar’Adua
University, Katsina
2006
35
28
Bukar Abba Ibrahim
University, Damaturu
Yobe State
2006
36
29
Kebbi State University
of Science and
Technology, Aliero
2006
37
30
Osun State University,
Osogbo
2006
31
Taraba State University,
Jalingo
2008
32
Kwara State University,
Ilorin
2009
33
Sokoto State University,
Sokoto
2009
34
Akwa Ibom State
University, Ikot Ikpaden
2010
35
Ignatius Ajuru
University of Education,
Rumuolumeni
2010
Bauchi State University,
Gadau
2011
37
Northwest University,
Kano
2012
38
The Technical
University, Ibadan.
2012
39
Jigawa State University,
Kafin Hausa
2013
S/N
24
University of Uyo,
Uyo
1991
25
Michael Okpara
University of
Agriculture, Umudike
1992
National Open
University of Nigeria,
Lagos
2002
Fed. Univ. of
Petroleum
Resources, Effurun
2007
28
Federal University,
Lokoja, Kogi State
2011
29
Federal University,
Lafia, Nasarawa
State
2011
30
Federal University,
Kashere, Gombe
State
2011
31
Federal University,
Wukari, Taraba State
2011
32
Federal University,
Dutsin-Ma, Katsina
State
2011
33
Federal University,
Dutse, Jigawa State
2011
34
Federal University,
Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi
State
2011
35
Federal University,
Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State
2011
36
Federal University,
Otuoke, Bayelsa
2011
37
The Nigeria Police
Academy, Wudil,
Kano State
2012
38
Federal University,
Birnin-Kebbi, Kebbi
2013
39
Federal University,
Gusau, Zamfara
2013
40
Federal University,
Gashua, Yobe
2013
27
Institution
Year
Est
Year
Est
26
S/N
Institution
Institutions
S/N
PRIVATE
36
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
11
Year
Est
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
List of Approved Universities in Nigeria
PRIVATE
51
52
53
Augustine,
Univer- 2015
sity, Ilara, Lagos State
Chrisland
University, 2015
Owode, Ogun State
Christopher
Univer- 2015
sity, Mowe, Ogun State
PRIVATE
PRIVATE
54
55
56
Hallmark
University, 2015
Ijebu Itele, Ogun State
Kings University, Ode 2015
Omu,
Osun
State
Michael
and
Ce- 2015
cilia Ibru University,
Owhrode, Delta State
57
58
59
Mountain Top Uni- 2015
versity, Ogun State
Ritman
Univer- 2015
sity,
Ikot
Ekpene,
Akwa
Ibom
State
Summit
Universi- 2015
ty, Offa, Kwara State
List of Universities with Approved Postgraduate Programmes
The National Universities Commission (NUC) has observed with
great concern that some Nigerian universities are running unapproved
postgraduate programmes, leading to the award of Masters and PhD
degrees. The Commission has also observed that some Parastatals and
Institutes are awarding these same Postgraduate degrees, either on their
own or through unapproved affiliations with Nigerian and foreign
Universities. Such practices are not only unethical, but also antithetical
to time-tested quality assurance best practices. The qualifications/
awards resulting therefrom are not recognized. The Commission
hereby notifies the general public that only the following universities
have approval to offer postgraduate programmes at the Masters’ and
Ph.D levels in Nigeria, as of 30th July, 2012:
Federal Universities:
1.
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi
2.
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
3.
Bayero University, Kano
4.
Federal University of Technology, Akure
5.
Federal University of Technology, Minna
6.
Federal University of Technology, Owerri
7.
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike
8.
Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola
9.
National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos.
10. Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna
11. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
12. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
13. University of Abuja, Gwagwalada
14. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi
16. University of Benin, Benin City
17. University of Calabar, Calabar
18. University of Ibadan, Ibadan
19. University of llorin, llorin
20. University of Jos, Jos
21. University of Lagos, Akoka
22. University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri
23. University of Nigeria, Nsukka
24. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt
25. University of Uyo, Uyo
26. Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto
State Universities:
1.
Abia State University, Uturu
2.
Adamawa State University, Mubi
3.
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
Anambra State University, Uli
Benue State University, Makurdi
Cross River University of Technology, Calabar
Delta State University, Abraka
Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki
Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti
Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu
Imo State University, Owerri
Kogi State University, Anyigba
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso
Lagos State University, Ojo.
Nasarawa State University, Keffi
Niger-Delta University, Wilberforce Island
Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye
Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt
Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina
Gombe State University, Gombe
Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai
Private Universities:
1.
African University of Science and Technology, Abuja
2.
American University of Nigeria, Yola
3.
Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo
4.
Benson Idahosa University, Benin City
5.
Bowen University, Iwo
6.
Covenant University, Ota
7.
Igbinedion University, Okada
8.
Pan-African University, Lekki
9.
Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun State
10. Caleb University, Lagos
11. Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State
12. Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja
Employers of labour, educational institutions and other stakeholders
are to note that only certificates issued by these universities, for their
approved programmes, are valid for employment, further studies and
other purposes. When in doubt about the status of any programme
or certificate, the National Universities Commission should be
contacted through [email protected] and the following telephone
numbers: 08027455412, 07054407741, 08067787753, 07039254081 and
07082024412 (FAX). Further information can also be obtained from the
Commission’s website: www.nuc.edu.ng
Signed
Management
12
NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
List of Illegal Degree Awarding Institutions
(Degree Mills) Operating in Nigeria*
The National Universities Commission (NUC) wishes to announce to the
general public, especially parents and prospective undergraduates, that the
under-listed “Degree Mills” have not been licensed by the Federal Government
and have, therefore, been closed down for violating the Education (National
Minimum Standards etc.) Act CAP E3 Law of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.
The “Universities” are:
1) University of Accountancy and Management Studies, operating anywhere in
Nigeria.
2) Christians of Charity American University of Science & Technology, Nkpor,
Anambra State or any of its other campuses
3) University of Industry, Yaba, Lagos or any of its other campuses
4) University of Applied Sciences & Management, Port Novo, Republic of
Benin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
5) Blacksmith University, Awka or any of its other campuses
6) Volta University College, Ho, Volta Region, Ghana or any of its other campuses
in Nigeria
7) Royal University Izhia, P.O. Box 800, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State or any of its other
campuses
8) Atlanta University, Anyigba, Kogi State or any of its other campuses
9) Sunday Adokpela University, Otada Adoka, Otukpo, Benue State or any of its
other campuses.
10) United Christian University, Macotis Campus, Imo State or any of its other
campuses.
11) United Nigeria University College, Okija, Anambra State or any of its other
campuses.
12) Samuel Ahmadu University, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its other campuses.
13) UNESCO University, Ndoni, Rivers State or any of its other campuses.
14) Saint Augustine’s University of Technology, Jos, Plateau State or any of its other
campuses
15) The International University, Missouri, USA, Kano and Lagos Study Centres,
or any of its campuses in Nigeria
16) Collumbus University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria
17) Tiu International University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria
18) Pebbles University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria`
19) London External Studies UK operating anywhere in Nigeria.
20) Pilgrims University operating anywhere in Nigeria.
21) Lobi Business School Makurdi, Benue State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.
22) West African Christian University operating anywhere in Nigeria.
23) Bolta University College Aba or any of its campuses in Nigeria.
24) JBC Seminary Inc. (Wukari Jubilee University) Kaduna Illegal Campus
25) Westlan University, Esie, Kwara State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.
26) St. Andrews University College, Abuja or any of its campuses in Nigeria.
27) EC-Council University, USA, Ikeja Lagos Study Centre.
28) Atlas University, Ikot Udoso Uko, Uyo Akwa Ibom State or any of its campuses
in Nigeria
29) Concept College/Universities (London) Ilorin or any of its campuses in Nigeria
30) Halifax Gateway University, Ikeja or any of its campuses in Nigeria
31) Kingdom of Christ University, Abuja or any of its campuses in Nigeria
32) Acada University, Akinlalu, Oyo State or any of its campuses in Nigeria.
33) Fifom University, Mbaise, Imo State or any of its campuses in Nigeria
34) Houdegbe North American University campuses in Nigeria.
35) Atlantic Intercontinental University, Okija, Anambra State
36) Open International University, Akure
37)
38)
39)
40)
41)
42)
43)
44)
45)
46)
47)
48)
49)
50)
51)
52)
53
54)
55)
56)
57)
Middle Belt University (North Central University), Otukpo
Leadway University, Ughelli, Delta State
Metro University, Dutse/Bwari, Abuja
Southend University, Ngwuro Egeru (Afam) Ndoki, Rivers State
Olympic University, Nsukka, Enugu State
Federal College of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Abuja.
Temple University, Abuja
Irish University Business School London, operating anywhere in Nigeria.
National University of Technology, Lafia, Nasarawa State.
University of Accountancy and Management Studies, Mowe, Lagos - Ibadan
Expressway and its Annex at 41, Ikorodu Road, Lagos.
University of Education, Winneba Ghana, operating anywhere in Nigeria.
Cape Coast University, Ghana, operating anywhere in Nigeria.
African University Cooperative Development (AUCD), Cotonou, Benin
Republic, operating anywhere in Nigeria.
Pacific Western University, Denver, Colorado, Owerri Study Centre.
Evangel University of America & Chudick Management Academic, Lagos
Enugu State University of Science and Technology (Gboko Campus)
career Light Resources Centre, Jos
University of West Africa, Kwali-Abuja, FCT
Coastal Univversity, Iba-Oku, Akwa-Ibom State
Kaduna Bussiness School, Kaduna
Royal University of Theology, Minna, Niger Delta
In addition to the closure, the following Degree Mills are currently undergoing
further investigations and/or ongoing court actions. The purpose of these actions
is to prosecute the proprietors and recover illegal fees and charges on subscribers.
1)
National University of Nigeria, Keffi, Nasarawa State
2)
North Central University, Otukpo, Benue State
3)
Christ Alive Christian Seminary and University, Enugu
4)
Richmond Open University, Arochukwu, Abia State.
5)
West Coast University, Umuahia.
6)
Saint Clements University, Iyin Ekiti, Ekiti State
7)
Volta University College, Aba, Abia State.
8)
Illegal Satellite Campuses of Ambrose Alli University.
For the avoidance of doubt, anybody who patronises or obtains any certificate from
any of these illegal institutions does so at his or her own risk. Certificates obtained
from these sources will not be recognised for the purposes of NYSC, employment,
and further studies.
The relevant Law enforcement agencies have also been informed for their further
necessary action.
* This list of illegal institutions is not exhaustive.
PROFESSOR JULIUS A.OKOJIE
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY,
NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION,
ANNOUNCER
13
NATIONAL
OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
14/16, Ahmadu Bello Way, P. M. B. 80067, Victoria Island, Lagos
PUBLIC NOTICE
APPROVED STUDY CENTRES
A. The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) wishes to bring to the attention of our valued
students and stakeholders the activities of some unscrupulous elements, who have illegally proliferated
NOUN Study Centres across the country. These fraudsters are using several means to extort money from
undiscerning students while projecting a negative image of the National Open University of Nigeria. The
Management of the University wishes to bring to the attention of the public the underlisted approved
Study Centres.
B. Any other Study Centres, apart from those listed below, are illegal and members of the public who
patronize them, do so at their own risk.
GEOSTUDY CENTRE
FULL ADDRESS
POLITICAL
ZONE
BAUCHI STUDY CENTRE NOUN Study Centre, Former NRC Building Federal Low Cost Housing
North
Estate. Bauchi Bauchi State. [email protected]
East
YOLA STUDY CENTRE
MAIDUGURI STUDY
CENTRE
DAMATURU STUDY
CENTRE
JALINGO STUDY CENTRE
GOMBE STUDY CENTRE
North
West
COMMUNITY STUDY
CENTRE, GULAK
KANO STUDY CENTRE,
DUTSE STUDY CENTRE
GUSAU STUDY CENTRE
KADUNA STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Special Study
Centre,Nigerian Air force
NOUN Study Centre, Army Barracks Road, Yola. [email protected]
edu.ng
NOUN Study Centre, Baga Road, P. O. Box 548, Maiduguri, Borno State.
[email protected] [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Former Amusement Park, Maiduguri Road, Damaturu, Yobe [email protected] [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Education Resource Centre, Former T/C Staff
Quarter Jalingo, Taraba State. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, After All Saints College, Gombe Federal Low Cost,
P. M. B 0163, Gombe. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Former SDP Party Secretariat,
Maiduguri - Mubi Express Way. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Independence Road, Sauna-Dakata, Kano [email protected] [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, 3rd Floor Federal Government
Secretariat. Kiyawa Road, Dutse [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre Federal College of Education
(Technical), Zaira Road, Gusau. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Kaduna Campus (old NETC) by Trade Fair Complex, KM 4 Zaria Road, Kaduna. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, 325 Ground Training Group, Nigerian Air Force
Base, Kaduna. [email protected]
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SOKOTO STUDY CENTRE
KEBBI STUDY CENTRE
North
Central
KATSINA STUDY CENTRE
JOS STUDY CENTRE
ILORIN STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Special Study Centre, Nigerian Army.
ABUJA STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Special Study Centre, Nigerian Public Service
Institute
NOUN Special Study
Centre,Nigerian Immigrations Services
NOUN Special Study
Centre, Nigerian Prisons
Services - Enugu Maximum
Prisons - Portharcourt
Maximum Prisons - Kirikiri
Maximum Prisons
NOUN Special Study
Centre, Nigerian Security and Civil Defense
Corps(NSCDC)
NOUN Special Study
Centre, National Union of
Road Transport Workers
(NURTW
NOUN Special Study
Centre,Nigerian Police
South
East
NOUN Study Centre, Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Jega, Birnin - Kebbi Road. [email protected]
[email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, After Katsina State House of Assembly, Kaita Road,
Katsina State, [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Lomay International Hotel Road, P.M.B.0983,
Bukuru, Sabon Barki, Jos. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Kulende Housing Estate, Ilorin. [email protected]
nou.edu.ng
NOUN Special Study Centre for the Nigerian Army, (Army School of
Education) Sobi Cantonment, P.M.B 1514, Ilorin. [email protected]
edu.ng, [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, 5 Dar-E-Salaam, (Off Amino Kano Crescent)
Wuse II Abuja. [email protected],
NOUN Special Study Centre, Public Service Institute of Nigeria
(PSIN) Study Centre, Kubwa Express Way, Dutsen Alhaji Abuja.
NOUN Study Centre,Pension Board Office, (immediately after Atlas
Hotel) Secretariat Road Gwagwalada, Abuja. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Bill Clinton Avenue, Sauka, Abuja [email protected]
NOUN Special Study Centre, Civil Defense Academy, Sauka-Abuja [email protected]
NOUN Special Study Centre, Plot 1236, Sepele Street, Garki II, Abuja.
[email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Directorate of Police Education Complex (Beside
Mopol Barracks) Suleja Express Way Dei dei, Kubwa, Abuja. [email protected]
MINNA STUDY CENTRE NOUN Study Centre, NRC Secretariat, Opp Mariam Babangida Girls
Science College, Bosso, Minna, Niger State. [email protected]
edu.ng
MAKURDI STUDY CEN- NOUN Study Centre, (Former NDE Office) Opposite Mechanic Village,
TRE
Kanshio, Makurdi, Benue State [email protected]
OTUKPO STUDY CENNOUN Study Centre, 59/ 60 Upu Road Otukpo, Benue State.
TRE
[email protected]
COMMUNITY STUDY
NOUN Study Centre, Aiyeromi along Ogori-Ekpe Road, before General
CENTRE, OGORI
Hospital Ogori. [email protected]
LOKOJA STUDY CENTRE NOUN Study Centre, Defunct NRC Secretariat, Opposite Bishop Dennis
College, Lokoja, Kogi State. [email protected]
COMMUNITY STUDY
NOUN Study Centre, (Defunct Party Building Secretariat) Iyara – Kabba
CENTRE, IYARA
Road. [email protected] [email protected]
LAFIA STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, Bukan – Sidi, Jos Road, Lafia. [email protected]
noun.edu.ng
OWERRI STUDY CENTRE NOUN Study Centre, c/o Federal Polytechnic, Nekedi, Owerri/Aba Road,
P.M.B 1036, Nekede, Owerri. [email protected] [email protected]
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UMUDIKE STUDY CENTRE
ENUGU STUDY CENTRE
AWKA STUDY CENTRE
South
South
ASABA STUDY CENTRE
CALABAR STUDY CENTRE
UYO STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, National Root Crop Institute P M B 7296 Umuahia,
Abia State [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Nike-Lake Road, Enugu, Enugu State.
[email protected]
NOUN Study Centre,Defunct Party Building P. M. B. 2017, Abagana, Anambra State. [email protected] [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre Federal College of Education (Technical), Asaba
[email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, Murtala Mohammed Highway, Opposite Zone 6
Police Hqrts (Former Teachers training Collage) Calabar, Cross River
State. [email protected]
NOUN Study Centre, 3 Mbaba Afia Street, Off Aka Road,Uyo., Akwa Ibom
[email protected]
PORTHARCOURT STUDY NOUN Study Centre, St. John Campus (Aba Road, near Garrison),
CENTRE
Rumuolumeni PMB 5047, Port Harcourt. [email protected]
South
West
BENIN STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, Ekenwa Road, (Old SDP Secretariat) Benin City, Edo
State. [email protected] [email protected]
YENAGOA STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre,Swali Road, Beside UBA Bank Yenagoa. [email protected]
COMMUNITY STUDY
CENTRE EMEVOR
NOUN Study Centre, 72 Emevor-Ughelli Road , Emevor, Isoko North Local GOVT. Area, Delta State [email protected]
IBADAN STUDY CENTRE
COMMUNITY STUDY
CENTRE, AWA-IJEBU
NOUN Study Centre, Former Party Secretariat, Faith Clinic Road Ijokodo
Junction, Sango-Eleyele PMB 5061, Ibadan. [email protected]
ng
NOUN Study Centre, Ijebu Awa, East Local Govt. Area, Ogun State.
[email protected]
ADO-EKITI STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, Government Housing Estate, Afao Road, Ado-Ekiti.
[email protected]
ABEOKUTA STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre NNPC Mega Station, Ogun State.
[email protected]
AKURE STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, Old NRC Building Idanre Road, Ondo State
[email protected],
OSOGBO STUDY CENTRE NOUN Study Centre, Beside St. Charles, Okedo, Former SDP Building,
Ilesha Road, Oshogbo, Osun State [email protected]
LAGOS STUDY CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, NERDC, Agidingbi Beside Fela Shrine, Ikeja.
[email protected]
MACARTHY STUDY
CENTRE
NOUN Study Centre, No. 38/40 McCarthy, Off Obalende Road,
Opp Ghana High Commission, Lagos Island, Lagos.
Signed
Josephine O. Akinyemi (Mrs)
Registrar
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This Week’s Diary
DATE
EVENT
TIME
VENUE
Monday,
16 March, 2015
Meeting of the Governing Board of the National
Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO)
11.00 am
The Board Room of the National Institute
for Cultural Orientation (NICO), Plot No.
23, Kigoma Street, Wuse Zone 7, Abuja.
Tuesday,
17 March, 2015
Meeting of the Governing Board of the National
Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO)
11.00 am
The Board Room of the National Institute
for Cultural Orientation (NICO), Plot No.
23, Kigoma Street, Wuse Zone 7, Abuja.
Wednesday,
18 March, 2015
-
-
-
Thursday,
19 March, 2015
-
-
-
Friday,
20 March, 2015
-
-
-
Saturday,
21 March, 2015
Godfrey Okoye University Second Convocation
9.00am
Godfrey Okoye University
27th Convocation Ceremony of the Rivers State
University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt
9.30am
Rivers State University of Science and
Technology Campus, Port Harcourt.
“VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY”
A Television Documentary Programme
NAME
Miss Agbisi Gloria Iziren
Dr. Olamide Esther Adesina
Miss Patricia Ebakole Eremosele
Mr. Patrick Abdul Adaidu
Mr. John Olubukola Jayeola
Mrs Hadiza Chedo Danlami
Miss Rita Nneka Okonjo
Miss Ihinosen Kikelemo
Alufohai
Miss Hajia Gana Maina
Mr. ZakarayahImam Ahmed
Mr. Steve Odegah
Mr. FolorunsoTony Olutosoye
Mr. Steven Odio Irekpita
DATE OF
BIRTH
DEPT
16 March
17 March
17 March
19 March
19 March
19 March
20 March
20 March
DESO
DODE
DICT
DFA
DSSS
DODE
DIM
DESO
20 March
20 March
21 March
22 March
22 March
DMSS
DSSS
DQA
DFA
DQA
Wishing you many happy returns!
Best wshes for the week.
The Voyage of Discovery is an National Universities
Commission (NUC)-sponsored television documentary
programme for Nigerian Universities to celebrate
outstanding researchers, showcase their findings and
promote their linkage with the industry.
The programme is aired every week on:
(a) Nigerian Television Authority (NTA)
on Mondays 1.30-2.00pm
(b) African Independent Television (AIT)
on Tuesdays 4:30 - 5.00 pm
Dress Well and Earn
Respect.
Courtesy: Directorate of Management Support Services
SHUN CORRUPTION.
It Does Not Pay
Courtesy: Anti-corruption and Transparency Division
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