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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

ASUU threatens to embark on strike

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ASUU threatens to embark on strike
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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has threatened to embark on a nationwide strike to press home its demands for the implementation of its 2009 agreement with the Federal Government.
The ASUU Lagos Zone Coordinator, Prof. Olusoji Sowande, said this at a news conference on Tuesday in Lagos.
Sowande said that the union was planning to toe this part after several efforts to ensure that the government address the pending demands, proved abortive.
He said that the 2009 FG/ASUU agreement, Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on funding of state universities, breaches of the conditions of service and re-negotiation of the agreement, were still pending.
The coordinator also mentioned other demands like the exclusion of Nigerian universities from Pension Management Company and non-release of NEEDS Assessment Intervention Fund.
He said that funding of state universities, earned academic allowance and renegotiation of the agreement were parts of the outstanding issues.
Sowande recalled that the union had embarked on strike in 2012 and 2013 as part of the efforts to make the government implement the agreement, adding that the issues remained unresolved.


He said that the 2009 agreement provided for a periodic review after every three years which had not been done.
“The review of the agreement should have been undertaken in 2012 and 2015 but that did not happen.‎
“The implication is that our union has shown enough patriotism and understanding on these matters in the last four years.
“We are perplexed and disappointed that both the Federal and State Governments are not responding to our consistent appeals to bring about genuine transformation in the education sector, ‘’ he said.
According to him, embarking on strike has never been a favourable choice as the Students and ASUU members have always suffered the pains more.
“It is unfortunate that the only language government appears to respect and listens to is that of industrial action like strike,”he said.
The don said that the National officers of the union had met with the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu on May 10 and tabled ten-point demand.
He said that the minister had promised that the issues would be resolved within two weeks but nothing had been done till now.
Sowande said that based on MOU signed in November 2013, “Nigerian universities requires N1.3 trillion to revitalise the system’’, adding that the government was already in arrears of N605 billion as at the third quarter of 2016.
He said that the government had refused to release N128 billion and N250 billion respectively for the earned academic allowance of three years after the MoU was signed.‎
“In order to forestall this avoidable crisis, we appeal to all genuinely progressive individuals and groups to prevail on both the Federal and State Governments to commence release of funds for the listed purposes.
“This is to arrest the brewing and potentially combustible situation in the Nigerian university system before it degenerated into a serious conflagration,” he said.


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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

NYSC: Best States For National Youth Service In Nigeria 2016

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We recently published a post on all you need to know concerning NYSC orientation camp. In this post, we shall expose the best states for National Youth Service in Nigeria and the highest paying states for NYSC.
As we are aware that the NYSC 2016 Batch A posting would soon commence. Most prospective corp members and graduates would be surfing the internet on the three states to chose as their best states for National Youth Service.
To answer the question – What are the best states for National Youth Service in Nigeria?, we used the following factors to create a formidable list:
  • Security
  • States that pay the highest allowance (allawee)
  • Hospitality
Most graduates would opt for big cities while some would want rural areas. Either ways, the choice is yours

Best States For National Youth Service In Nigeria 2016

  1. Lagos State (South west)
  2. Ogun State (South west)
  3. Plateau (North Central)
  4. Akwa Ibom (South south)

  5. Enugu (South East)
  6. Rivers state (South south)
  7. Cross River (South south)
  8. Osun State (South west)
  9. Niger state (North Central)

List of Highest paying states for NYSC

  1. Akwa Ibom -N20,000
  2. Lagos state – N15,000, N10,000 to corp members in ministry while  N5000 to those serving in Local Government Areas.
  3. Enugu State – N10,000
  4. Sokoto – N4,000 & N9,000 to those serving in state hospitals.
  5. Niger State currently pays N6,000 and it is constant
  6. Ogun State – N5,000
  7. Osun state – N5,000
  8. Delta State – N5,000
  9. Ekiti State – N5,000
  10. Kano State – N5,000
  11. Abia State – N4,000
  12. Oyo state – N3,800
  13. Cross River State – N3,090
  14. Bayelsa State – N3,000
  15. Zamfara State- N3,000


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Federal Inland Revenue Service 2016 Job Recruitment Update- Apply Here

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The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) as part of its consolidation strategies, wish to engage the services of early starters with integrity, drive and desire to win professionally, to strengthen its workforce. Applicants are to note that regardless of the position advertised, the following are minimum general requirements for all applicants:
Minimum Qualifications / Skills Base:
  • Interested candidates must possess a Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Accounting, Law, Economics, Banking & Finance, Engineering, Geology, Statistics, Computer Science or other relevant discipline in the quantitative field OR a Higher National Diploma in Accounting, Economics, Banking & Finance, Engineering, Geology, Statistics, Computer Science or other relevant discipline in the quantitative field;
  • Computer literacy and conversancy with Microsoft office, Web Applications and the use of relevant applications for efficient delivery of service;
  • Strong leadership and management skills;
  • Strong team spirit and ability to effectively delegate;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Strong Analytical skills;
  • Knowledge of the Nigerian Tax Laws and appreciation of their application and understanding of the regulatory framework within which the FIRS operates;
  • Knowledge of business /industry environment within which taxpayers operate;
  • Ability to work as a regulator with the courage to ensure full compliance with laws.
Minimum Character Attributes:
- Applicants must be of good character and must not have been found guilty of any criminal offence or should not have been indicted at or dismissed from their places of work or other environment.
- Ability to work independently and within a team environment.
Minimum Past Performance Level:
(i) Demonstrated ability to determine conformity and non- conformity to set standards in processes and procedures AND demonstrated courage and ability to eliminate, rectify or close determined non-conformity to standard character attributes.
(ii) Demonstrated courage in ensuring change within the organization he or she has worked through the effective discharge of his or her responsibility in spite of resistance to change efforts
(iii) Demonstrable impactful presence in the work place as a direct result of the individual’s ability to effect positive and sustainable change in his/her environment.


Application Requirement(s):
Applicants are also to note that regardless of the position advertised, any of the following will be an added advantage:-
a) Master’s degree in related discipline.
b) Relevant and recognized professional certification and qualification.
In addition all Applicants must:-
I. Have an NYSC Discharge or exemption certificate
II. Be certified as mentally fit for appointment into the Service by a recognized Medical Doctor in any of these class of Government Hospitals: National Hospital, Government Teaching Hospitals, Federal Medical Centers.
III. Provide contact details for three references (from last employer, a close family relation and tertiary institution) from whom confidential reports on character and demonstrated abilities can be obtained
IV. Present a certificate of State of Origin and Local Government signed by the Chairman/Secretary of their Local Government. Certificates endorsed by Liaison offices will not be accepted.

Method Of Application:

  1. FIRS considers computer proficiency a key requirement for anyone who aspires for a job in the Service. The FIRS application portal will be available with effect from Monday, 29th August, 2016.
  2. Please follow the instructions on the Firs Recruitment portal; https://recruitment.firs.gov.ng/default.aspx to fill in your application.
  3. Upon submission, applicants will receive an acknowledgement mail containing a reference number which must be quoted in all future correspondences.
Note: Only applications in respect of the advertised positions would be considered. All individuals are expected to apply for only ONE position. Multiple applications by one Candidate for more than one job will be disqualified.
Application Deadline:
Deadline for submission of application is six (6) weeks from the date the web portal is available (Monday, 10th October, 2016) Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview.


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FUGASHUA 2016/2017 UTME/DE Admission Screening Exercise Begins- Apply Now

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FUGASHUA REGISTRATION FOR SCREENING EXERCISE 2016/2017 UTME ADMISSION

The Federal University Gashua Senate has approved that all candidates who applied for admission in to the University in the 2016/2017  Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) should be screened.

ELIGIBILITY: 

Candidate must have chosen Federal University Gashua as First choice and score not less than 180 point for various faculties/ programmes.

METHOD OF APPLICATION:

Application:
i.  Go to the University website (www.fugashua.edu.ng)
ii.  Under Prospective Student menu, Click on Apply online and click on Undergraduate or Direct Entry
iii.  Enter your UTME/JAMB Number to create an account using a valid email address. 
iv.  After a successful creation of your account, login with your email address and password
v.  Click on Edit Application to continue your application Payment: 
i.  The Screening fee is N2,500.00k and you are required to print your payment invoice from the school portal.
ii.  All payment must be made through eTranzact Pin Vending to any branch of First Bank Nationwide. 


iii.  You will be given eTranzact pin or confirmation number after payment. 
iv.  Go back to the portal, under Prospective Student menu, select Returning Applicant Login, and 
enter you Username and Password. 
v.  Select e-Tranzact Pin Vending then click on “Select and Pay Fee”. 
vi.  Then scroll to the bottom, enter the Invoice ID on the payment invoice and click verify. 
vii.  Your payment will be verified and you can print your Application Fee Receipt with your “Applicant ID”. Please note that you have to quote the “Applicant ID” in all future correspondence with the School as regards your admission. 

DEADLINE

Payments for the registration start on Monday 29th August - 16th  September, 2016.
Portal for registration and printing of acknowledgement slip will be closed by midnight of 16th September, 2016.
The physical screening exercise will take place from Wednesday 20th– 22nd September, 2016.
Any candidate who fails to register for the screening exercise within the stipulated date will not be 
considered.

Signed

Alhaji Sule Dauda

Registrar



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Nigerian lady smashes KNUST Medical School record, graduates with 12 Awards out of 15

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On Saturday, a 25-year-old newly sworn-in doctor, Fathia Ayodele Kareem, made history at the 23rd Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) School of Medical Sciences oath swearing and induction ceremony in Kumasi, Ghana.
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Fathia set a new record as the best graduating student, taking home a dozen out of 15 awards available. Her record becomes the highest in the 41-year establishment of the KNUST Medical School. She hopes to specialize in the field of pediatrics/child care. .

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When asked if she expected to get the number of awards, she said: “Yes and No. Yes because I worked hard by studying, and no because I did not expect to receive these number of awards.”…. as d skool no b Unilag….


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Monday, 29 August 2016

Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) Recruitment 2016

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The Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) recruitment 2016 (nrc.recruit@nrc.gov.ng) – Following the recent commissioning of the Abuja to Kaduna Standard Gauge Rail Service by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) wishes to recruit both junior and senior staff to meet the new operational requirements.
Due to recent expansion and introduction of new routes, Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), is hereby recruiting into the underlisted job posts:
A.     MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/S&T DEPARTMENT
I.          PUPIL ENGINEER (GL 08)
II.         HIGHER TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL.08)
III.        TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL 07)
IV.         ASSISTANT TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL 06)
B.         CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
I.          PUPIL ENGINEER (GL 08)
II.         HIGHER TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL. 08)
III.        TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL. 07)
IV.          ASSISTANT TECHNICAL OFFICER (GL. 06)
C.          CORPORATE PLANNING DEPARTMENT 
I.           PUPIL HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER (GL. 08)
II.          PUPIL RESEARCH OFFICER (GL. 08)
III.        PUPIL SENIOR STORE OFFICER (GL.08)
IV.        EXECUTIVE STORE OFFICER (GL. 07)
V.         HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT ASSISTANT (GL. 06)
VI.        RESEARCH LABORATORY TECHNICIAN (GL. 06)
D.         ADMINISTRATION/HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
I.         PUPIL HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER (GL. 08)
II.        CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY (GL. 07)
III.        EXECUTIVE OFFICER (GL. 07)
IV.       SENIOR NURSING SUPERINTENDENT (CONHESS 8)
V.        PUPIL PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER (GL.08)
VI.       PUBLIC RELATION ASSISTANT (GL.07)
VII.      ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE OFFICER   (GL06)
VIII.     CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY (GL.06)

E.        ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT
I.         PUPIL ACCOUNTANT (GL08)
II.         EXECUTIVE OFFICER (GL.07)
III.        ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE OFFICER   (GL.06)
F         AUDIT DEPARTMENT 
I.         PUPIL INTERNAL AUDITOR (GL.08)
II.        EXECUTIVE OFFICER (GL.07)
III.        ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE OFFICER   (GL.06)
G.       OPERATIONS & COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 
I.         PUPIL TRAFFIC OFFICER (GL.08)
II.         PRINCIPAL STATION MASTER (GL.07)
III.        SENIOR STATION MASTER (GL.06)
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
GRADE LEVEL 06  QUALIFICATION:
OND IN RELEVANT FIELDS
GRADE LEVEL 07 QUALIFICATION:
OND WITH MINIMUM OF THREE(3) RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
             
GRADE LEVEL 08 QUALIFICATION:
HND OR UNIVERSITY DEGREE IN RELEVANT FIELDS.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested and qualified candidates should send detailed curriculum vitae with a covering letter which should be addressed to the Director, Admin/HR, Nigerian Railway Corporation through the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC)’s recruitment email address:  nrc.recruit@nrc.gov.ng
Application Deadline: 18th September, 2016.
Note 
  • Applicants are to submit written applications and CV’s only which should include their valid contact telephone numbers and email addresses.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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Nigerian Universities develop anti-plagiarism Software

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The University of Ilorin in collaboration with six other Nigerian universities have developed an anti-plagiarism software, designed to check academic fraud.
According to the University Bulletin issued on Monday, the other universities are Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin and Covenant University, Ota.
Others are Delta State University Abraka, Benue State University Makurdi, University of Jos and Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife.
The publication said the software programme development was at the instance of the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities.
This, it said, is the umbrella organisation for Vice-Chancellors of the nation’s federal, state and private universities.
It said the AVCNU had mandated its Information and Communication Technology Sub-committee, chair, and the Vice-Chancellor, University of Ilorin, Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali, to assemble IT team from Nigerian universities.
The team would develop the home-grown anti-plagiarism software with the local repository.
It quoted the Director, Computer Services and Information Technology, Directorate of the University of Ilorin, Prof. Mohammed Ahmed, as saying the software was at 80 per cent completion.
Ahmed added that using local human resource to develop the software has helped to cut down cost and show the ingenuity of Nigerians.
He explained that the software has both local and global repository with features such as peer review, document comparison, and grammar checker.
He said, “Other features are language support and title validation, with the name EAGLE SCAN being proposed for the programme.”
Ahmed said when operational, the anti-plagiarism application, would be made available to all Nigerian universities.
He said that the application would compete globally, and he called on the AVCNU to see to the digitisation of local contents in the various universities.
It said, “The VC of the Unilorin Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali, commended the technical team put together by the AVCNU to develop the programme.

He noted that plagiarism is a criminal offence that has given the AVCNU concern, adding that the development of the programme is the AVCNU’s effort to ensure quality control towards quality assurance in the Nigeria education system.


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Babcock University 2016/2017 4th Batch Undergraduate Admission List Out

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The candidates listed below have been offered Provisional Admission ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS, for the 2016/2017 academic session.  Please note that admission offers will be withdrawn if the stipulated requirements are not met.
This List (BATCH D) includes candidates who were screened from August 8, - August 12, 2016.
Candidates on this list are advised to do the following:
1.         PRINT YOUR ADMISSION LETTER (to do this, follow the instructions below)
  1. Click the following link http://application2.babcock.edu.ng/babcock/
  1. Login with your Application Page Username and Password
  2. Click Admission Letter
  3. Click GO
  4. Scroll down and click PDF to print Admission Letter in PDF format.
2.         PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE FEES: All candidates offered provisional admission should proceed to the bank to pay their acceptance fees (on or before August 14, 2016) of ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND NAIRA ONLY (N 150,000.00) at any of the following banks: Diamond, UBA, WEMA, Zenith, First Bank, GTB and pay on the E-tranzact platform OR Bank Draft in favour of Babcock University from any of the above listed Banks.

WARNING: DO NOT PAY MONEY TO ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP OF PEOPLE EITHER INSIDE OR OUTSIDE BABCOCK UNIVERSITY.
3.         ADMISSION ELIGIBILITY: Eligible candidates must attain the minimum 2016-2017 JAMB score of 180 and Direct Entry candidates must have obtained Direct Entry JAMB Application.
  1. Visit the university website at www.babcock.edu.ng to access annual fees for your specific course of study. This information can be found under “TUITION”.  
SCHOOL FEES PAYMENT SCHEDULE
PAYMENT SCHEDULE
AMOUNT DUE
DUE ON RESUMPTION
60% of session fees (this fee includes housing, meals, health).
BALANCE OF SESSION FEES DUE BEGINNING OF 2nd SEMESTER
40% balance of fees
  1. STUDENTS ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION: August 21 –27, 2016
Report to the School Officer of your School at Babcock University from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM during the registration period with the following documents:
  1. Four (4) copies of 2016 UTME result slips;
  2. Eight (8) recent passport-size photographs and four (4) copies of birth certificates
  3. Originals and Four(4) photocopies of SSCE results or equivalents
  4. Originals and Four (4) photocopies of official receipts of acceptance fees and balance of the school fees paid
  5. Original receipt of payment for Babcock Post-UTME online application form showing your Application ID.
Candidates awaiting results shall sign an undertaking to present acceptable SSCE results or its equivalent before matriculation, which is scheduled for Thursday 24th November 2016.
  1. Academic Clearance: Report to the Head of Department for academic clearance.
  2. Psychosocial Clearance: Report to Babcock University Teaching Hospital for Medical Screening and Student Support Services Unit for psychosocial screening.
PLEASE NOTE:
  1. HOSTEL ACCOMODATION:     
New Students: Premium and Classic (No Regular hall for the new students).
  1. Candidates who evade any of the above processes run the risk of having their admission withdrawn.
  2. Candidates who have not attained the age of sixteen (16) 24th  November   2016 may not be considered for admission.


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Covenant University 2016/2017 Postgraduate 1st & 2nd Batch Admission List Out

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Covenant University releases the Postgraduate School Admission List Batch A and B for the 2016/2017 Academic Session 
This is to inform all postgraduate students of Covenant University that the management has released the 2016/2017 School Of Postgraduate 1st Batch and 2nd Batch Admission List.

COVENANT 2016/2017 POSTGRADUATE PROVISIONAL ADMISSION LIST - BATCH A

SN  NAME  PROGRAM  DEGREE

1  JOSHUA Abosede Abimbola  Accounting  M.Sc
2  GBENEDIO Akpevwenoghene Eyitomi  Accounting  M.Sc
3  TAIWO Oluwagbemi Simeon  Accounting  M.Sc
4  IKUMAPAYI Tolulope Adeola  Accounting  M.Sc
5  URHEFE-FADAH Justina Akpomedaye  Accounting  M.Sc
6  ODILI Ada Jane  Architecture  M.Sc
7  MUSTAPHA Oladapo Toheeb  Architecture  M.Sc
8  FEMI-OKE Olutobi Opeyemi  Architecture  M.Sc
9  IBOM Daniel Erasmus  Architecture  M.Sc
10  JIDE Johnson Ometaghogho  Architecture  M.Sc
11  SALAU Khalifa Mohammed  Architecture  M.Sc
12  OLUWASEUN Olaniyan Deborah  Architecture  M.Sc
13  SONUGA Teniola Oluwabukunmki  Architecture  M.Sc
14  OYEYIOLA Moyosore Anne  Architecture  M.Sc
15  OYENUGA Temilola Anuoluwapo  Architecture  M.Sc
16  JOSEPH Anthonia Tolulope  Architecture  M.Sc
17  OBI Obiora Jeffrey  Architecture  M.Sc
18  ADELEKE Joyce Oluwadunsin  Architecture  M.Sc
19  OLUWADARE Victor Oluwatoye  Architecture  M.Sc
20  PASE Olubukunola Chibuzor  Architecture  M.Sc
21  MOSHOOD Emmanuel Mayowa  Architecture  M.Sc
22 AGHA-OKEREKE Chiukwujiulom Woyengitari  Architecture  M.Sc
23  DEJI-FOLUTILE Winner Eso-Oluwa  Architecture  M.Sc 
24  OLUDARA Samuel Oluwatobi  Architecture  M.Sc
25  ADEBAYO Famoritiye Charles  Architecture  M.Sc
26  AKINLOLU Adeyanju Adeyemi  Architecture  M.Sc
27  BABATUNDE Adeleke Ogunkoya  Architecture  M.Sc
28  SALAWU Omotunde Olaposi  Architecture  M.Sc
29  ADEWAKUN Adebambo Oluwafiropo  Architecture  M.Sc
30  BITRUS Thomas  Architecture  M.Sc
31  TAMS-ALASIA Otokini .  Banking and Finance  M.Sc
32  EDOSOMWAN Oghogho N/A  Banking and Finance  M.Sc
33  OSAGIE Osuma Godswill  Banking and Finance  M.Sc
34  OLALEYE Olaide Olasubomi  Banking and Finance  M.Sc
35  ODEKUNLE Emmanuel Tosin  Banking and Finance  M.Sc
36  OLADOKE Oladejo David  Biochemistry  M.Sc
37  ISHOLA Temitope Arike  Biochemistry  M.Sc
38  OLADIPUPO Ogunlade Olawumi  Biochemistry  M.Sc
39  OLUWAROTIMI Anise Emmanuel  Biochemistry  M.Sc
40  RAHMAN Samson Adisa  Biochemistry  M.Sc
41  NWABUEZE Chineme Gerrard  Business Administration  M.Sc
42  IDOWU Adebayo Emmanuel  Business Administration  M.Sc
43  FOLAHAN Olusada Oluwatosin  Business Administration  M.Sc
44  ORJI OBA Uzoma Brenda  Business Administration  M.Sc
45  ADEDIRE Mary Abisadura  Business Administration  M.Sc
46  ARABA Oluwatosin Ayomide  Business Administration  M.Sc
47  EZEMA Mary Ejiehi  Business Administration  M.Sc
48  OKOLI Precious Ogechukwu  Business Administration  M.Sc
49  FASAN Johnson Oluwanimilo  Business Administration  MBA
50  OPUTA Jennifer Ugonna  Business Administration  MBA
51  OLAOYE Aderonke Anuoluwa  Business Administration  MBA
52  ADEGBAJU Fadekemi Adetola  Business Administration  MBA 
53  EMMANUEL Akpan Enobong  Business Administration  MBA
54  AGHEDO Moses Amos  Business Administration  MBA
55  UKPONG Imoh Ita  Chemistry  M.Sc
56  OYEDIRAN Oyebiyi George  Computer Engineering  M.Eng
57ANIFOWOSE Durodoluwa Oluwamayowa  Computer Engineering  M.Eng
58  EDWARD Vincent Omodia  Computer Engineering  M.Eng
59  SOWUNMI Akinyimika Olasupo  Demography And Social Statistics  M.Sc
60  EGBICHI Comfort Chinyere  Economics  M.Sc
61  DOYAH Tiena Samuel  Economics  M.Sc
62  OGHENETEGA Otobo Ogagaoghene  Economics  M.Sc
63  OLOWOFELA Rebecca Adebisi  Economics  M.Sc
64  AMU Barnabas Imoukhede  Economics  M.Sc
65  JOLAADE Ayobami Aminat  Economics  M.Sc
66  UKPEBOR Augustine U  Electrical and Electronics Engineering  M.Eng
67  OBIAKOR Chukwuemeka Chijioke  Electrical and Electronics Engineering  M.Eng
68  ADEREMI Oluwaseun Samuel  Electrical and Electronics Engineering  M.Eng
69  ALABI Adeyemi Afolayan  Electrical and Electronics Engineering  M.Eng
70 OLUWATOMIISIN Feyisitan Adebukunola  English Language/Literature  M.A
71  KEHINDE Muideen Olayinka  Estate Management  M.Sc
72  ELUYELE Peters Oluwakayode  Estate Management  M.Sc
73  MENGOT Esangaya None  Finance  M.Sc
74  HASSAN Oyinlola Abiola  Finance (ACIB)  M.Sc
75  EZINWA Chariots Ugochukwu Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
76  MGBEAHURU Ngozi Blessing Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
77  ELABOR Deborah Osemegbe Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
78  UMANA Mkpoikana Idongesit Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
79  DUDUYEMI Tolulope Deborah Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
80  OLABAMIJI Oluwaseun Jonathan Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc 


81  EWOMAZINO Umukoro Kelvin Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
82  ANIH Ugochukwu John Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
83  AWOWOYIN Ayobami Olamide Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  M.Sc
84  AKINBOLA Pamilerin Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  MBA
85  AYODELE Oluwakemi Rachael Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  MBA
86  MBONU Chifulumnanya Nneoma Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  MBA
87  UJARA Ese Christabel  International Relations  M.Sc
88  KALU Ogechi Tony  International Relations  M.Sc
89  BEREPUBO Araifie Karina  International Relations  M.Sc
90  EKONG Idongesit Daniel  International Relations  M.Sc
91  KUSIMO Abigail Olamide  International Relations  M.Sc
92  DARAMOLA Tunmise Oyindamola  International Relations  M.Sc
93  OJO Mercy Victoria  Marketing  M.Sc
94  AIYELABOLA Ayoola Dorcas  Mass Communication  M.Sc
95  FASANYA Opeyemi Elizabeth  Mass Communication  M.Sc
96  FASAKIN Abiodun Joseph  Mass Communication  M.Sc
97  OLOWOFELA Anuoluwapo Dorcas  Mass Communication  M.Sc
98  UZOR Chukwunedum .  Mechanical Engineering  M.Eng
99  ANAKHU Peter Imhokha  Mechanical Engineering  M.Eng
100  ICHOKU Chinedu Kenneth  Microbiology  M.Sc
101  DADA Oluwabusola Oluwabusola  Microbiology  M.Sc
102  UMANE Otibhor Phoebe  Microbiology  M.Sc
103  OBA Deborah Olamide  Microbiology  M.Sc
104  OGUNTADE Tomiwa Isaac  Petroleum Engineering  M.Eng
105  OLAOYE Olayinka Isaac  Petroleum Engineering  M.Eng
106  ADENUBI Solomon Adetola  Petroleum Engineering  M.Eng
107  OGOBOR Efua Anthony  Physics  M.Sc
108  ONI Adenifesimi Adedoyin  Physics  M.Sc 
109  FASHADE Omowaiyeola Oluwatoyin  Physics  M.Sc
110 CHUKWUELOKE Emmanuel Chukwufumnaya  Policy and Strategic Studies  M.Sc
111  DUNGSE Yildom Katmwan  Policy and Strategic Studies  M.Sc
112  OKUNBOR Joshua Uyi  Sociology  M.Sc
113  EUNICE Olabode Ronke  Sociology  M.Sc
114  EKWEOGWU Chinelo Delphine  Sociology  M.Sc
115  STELLA Adiukwu Nwanyaola  Sociology  M.Sc
116  EMOAREHI Eriki Emoarehi  Accounting  MPhil/Ph.D
117  AWOSIKA Seyi Olaseinde  Architecture  MPhil/Ph.D
118  OBODE Okukwe Christa  Biochemistry  MPhil/Ph.D
119  KOLADE Oluwole Olanrewaju  Civil Engineering  MPhil/Ph.D
120  OYEBANJI Mayowa Olusayo Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management MPhil/Ph.D
121  AKINOLA Ifeoluwa David  International Relations  MPhil/Ph.D
122  ASAOLU Olunike Rachael  Mass Communication  MPhil/Ph.D
123  ESADUWHA Stanley Obukohwo  Physics  MPhil/Ph.D
124  OMOIKE Osereme Amiolemen  Accounting  Ph.D
125  OLOJEDE Paul Aderemi  Accounting  Ph.D
126  GABRIEL Sen Iwua  Architecture  Ph.D
127  BELLO Sunday Ade  Banking and Finance  Ph.D
128  EBIGWEI Fumnanya Judith  Biochemistry  Ph.D
129  UWOGHIREN Amenaghawon Frances  Biochemistry  Ph.D
130  ADEBAYO Emmanuel Adeniyi  Business Administration  Ph.D
131  OPEOLU Sunday Olutunji  Chemistry  Ph.D
132  EDET Lydia Udeme  English Language/Literature  Ph.D
133  FAJANA Oluwaseun Samuel  Estate Management  Ph.D
134  SALIHU Aremu Nuha Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management  Ph.D
135  ABOGUNRIN Abiodun Peter Industrial Relations and Human  Resource Management  Ph.D

COVENANT 2016/2017 POSTGRADUATE PROVISIONAL ADMISSION LIST - BATCH B

SN  NAME  PROGRAM  DEGREE


1 OGUNLEYE Adeyemi Samuel Architecture M.Sc
2 AJILIMA-ISAAC Omojo Omojo Architecture M.Sc
3 AGUNBIADE Oluwasina Oluwatodimu Architecture M.Sc
4 EKHATOR Uki Imuentiyan Biology M.Sc
5 TOLANI Durodola John Business Administration MBA
6 OLUSEUN Bankole Ayodele Business Administration M.Sc
7 OSHOKOYA Olawale Opeyemi Civil Engineering M.Sc
8 TOGUN Daniel Olufemi Computer Science M.Sc
9 OSANYIN Ayodeji Quadri Computer Science M.Sc
10 ADIGUN Emmanuel Bukunmi Computer Science M.Sc
11 AIPOH Itsemeh Olive Electrical and Electronics Engineering M.Sc
12 ADESUA Oluwafemi Julius Electrical and Electronics Engineering M.Sc
13 ADE-ADENIJI Oluwakemi Olatunde Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management M.Sc
14 POPOOLA Segun Isaiah Information and Communication Engineering M.Sc
15 BASSEY Abasifreke Ibanga Management Information System M.Sc
16 ADELEYE Daniel Adebayo Management Information System M.Sc
17 CHINKE Ifeyinwa Ruth Management Information System M.Sc
18 KOMOLAFE Blessing Bisola Mass Communication M.Sc
19 OFFIONG Courage Uwem Policy and Strategic Studies M.Sc
20 ODUWOLE Foluke Rachael Accounting MPhil/Ph.D
21 ADENIRAN Adebola Ebenezer Physics MPhil/Ph.D
22 ADEGBOLA Adesuwa Osariemen Sociology MPhil/Ph.D
23 ERIN Olayinka Adedayo Accounting Ph.D
24 LEMO Ayodeji Oluwadamilare Biochemistry Ph.D
25 ODUTAYO Oluwatofunmi Esther Biochemistry Ph.D
26 AMOO Kehinde Olawale Chemical Engineering Ph.D
27 AMOO Taiwo Olabode Computer Science Ph.D
28 AJOSE-ISMAIL Babatunde Micheal Computer Science Ph.D
29 ODEWALE Bose Janet Demography and Social Statistics Ph.D
30 ADEKOYA Dorcas Omobosede Demography and Social Statistics Ph.D
31 ADEKOLA Paul Oluwatomipe Demography and Social Statistics Ph.D
32 CHIDINMA Salami Iheyinwa Demography and Social Statistics Ph.D
33 TAIWO Damilola Bukola Economics Ph.D
34 KESINRO Olasunkanmi Razaq Physics Ph.D
35 EBUNOLUWA Udume Mercy Sociology Ph.D


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