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Monday, April 30, 2012

2012 Covenant University Convocation Date

It is just 2 months away from the Covenant University convocation for year 2012. The eagles will soon be released. As of writing, they are sitting for the examination and soon, they will be unleashed to their world for great exploits.

Wishing you all success and greatness.

All About 2012/2013 UNIBEN Post Utme

This is to inform you that the the University of Benin is now preparing for the 2012 post ume. A lot of students have been searching and some have been contacting me on the details. Well, we too have been trying our best to see what is going on but what we got is that UNIBEN is yet to release the 2012 post date and payment details. You are hereby advised to read more and visit us again to get more updates.

 Thanks

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Ibadan Polytechnic Resumption Date Announced



More and more updates are reaching us from all parts of  Nigerian polytechnics. We got to know that the the Ibadan Polytechnic has announced the resumption date for the  2nd semester. The Ibadan poly resumes for 2012 academy session on 7th of May, 2012.

ALL ABOUT 2012/2013 UNILORIN POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME

ADMISSIONS INTO POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME IN THE 2012/2013 ACADEMIC SESSION

ADMISSIONS INTO POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN THE 2012/2013 ACADEMIC SESSION
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into various Postgraduate degree programmes of the University.

A. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED
1. Ph.D. Degree Programmes are available to holders of M.A; M.Ed.; M.Eng.; M.Sc.; LL.M; M.Comm.H.; and M.P.H degrees, with a minimum of 60% score in their Master degree programmes. Candidates who score between 55 and 59.9 percent should apply for admission into the Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) degree programme. A Ph.D. degree programme runs for a minimum period of 30 calendar months and a maximum period of 42 calendar months for Full-Time candidates; OR, a minimum period of 42 calendar months and a maximum period of 54 calendar months for Part-Time candidates.

2. The M.Phil. degree programme is available for now only to Full-Time candidates and it runs for a minimum period of 12 calendar months and a maximum period of 24 calendar months. .

3. M.A.; M.Ed.; M.Eng.; M.Sc.; M.Com.H., LL.M and M.P.H. Degrees, run for a minimum period of 12 calendar months and a maximum period of 24 calendar months for Full-Time candidates, OR, a minimum period of 24 calendar months and a maximum period of 36 calendar months for Part-Time candidates. At the University of Ilorin, unless with a written approval of the University Senate, a Master or Ph.D. degree programme automatically lapses at the expiration of the maximum duration for each programme. However, a Master or Ph.D. degree candidate may apply for an extension of not more than 12 months, in the first instance, subject to a maximum of two such extensions.

4. All Master Degree Programmes, except M.Phil., are by course work, in addition to a research project report. M.Phil. and Ph.D. Degree Programmes are normally by research, except that relevant course work may be prescribed, where necessary. A dissertation is required for the M.Phil. programme and a thesis is required for the Ph.D. programme.

5. All Returning Students are expected to register at the beginning of every Postgraduate academic session (i.e., every 12 calendar months, commencing from 2nd October to 30th September).


B. DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMMES

1. FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

i. DEPARTMENT OF AGRIC. ECONS. AND FARM MANAGEMENT
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Agric. Econs.; Farm Management.

ii. DEPARTMENT OF AGRIC. EXTENSION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Agricultural Extension; Rural Development.

iii. DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Agronomy (with specialization in General Agronomy; Plant Physiology; Horticulture; Plant Breeding, or Weed Science).

M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Soil Science (with specialization in General Soil Science, Soil classification/Land Use Planning, Soil Microbiology, Soil Chemistry and Fertility, or Pedology)

iv. DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION
M.Sc. Animal Production (with special emphasis on Animal Nutrition; Animal Breeding and Genetics)

M.Phil. Animal Production (with specialization in Animal Nutrition; Animal Breeding and Genetics; Animal Production and Processing)

Ph.D. Animal Production (with specialization in Animal Nutrition; Animal Breeding and Genetics; Animal Production and Processing)

v. DEPARTMENT OF CROP PROTECTION
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Crop Protection (with specialization in General Crop Protection; Applied Entomology; Plant Pathology)

2. FACULTY OF ARTS
i DEPARTMENT OF ARABIC
M.A.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Arabic.

ii. DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
M.A.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. English Language; Literature-in-English.

iii. DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH
M.A.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. French Language; Literature-in-French.

iv. DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
M.A.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. History

v. DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS AND NIGERIAN LANGUAGES
M.A; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Yoruba Language; and
Yoruba Literature.

vi. DEPARTMENT OF THE PERFORMING ARTS
M.A.; Performing Arts (Drama; Music; or Dance)
M.Phil.; Performing Arts (Drama; Music; or Dance)
Ph.D. Performing Arts (Drama; Music; or Dance)

vii. DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIONS
M.A.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Christian Studies; Comparative Religious Studies; Islamic Studies

viii. CENTRE FOR PEACE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES
M.A. Peace and Development Studies.

3. FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
(I). ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
(i) DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Accounting and Finance

(ii) DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Business Administration;

(iii) DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Economics (with specialization in Transport/Communication Economics; Development Economics; Health Economics; Public Finance; Labour and Human Resource Economics; International Economics; or Monetary Economics).

(iv) DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Geography (with specialization in Regional Development and Planning; Rural Development; Transport Planning; Industrial Development, Urban and Regional Planning; Population Studies; Climatology; Agro-Climatology; Geomorphology; Biogeography; Soil Geography; Land Resources Evaluation; Environmental Management; or Water Resources).

(v) DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
M.Sc.; M.Phil; Ph.D. Political Science (with specialization in Comparative Politics; Political Theory; International Relations; Political Economy).

(vi) DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Sociology. (with specialization in Industrial Sociology; Criminology and Penology; Rural Sociology; or Medical Sociology).

(II). PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMMES
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the under-listed Postgraduate Professional Degree Programmes of the University:
(a) Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA)
(b) Master of Business Administration (MBA)
(c) Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS)
(d) Master of Industrial and Labour Relations (MILR)
(e) Master of International Studies (MIS)
(f) Master of Public Administration (MPA)
(g) Postgraduate Diploma in Geographical Information System (PGDGIS)
(h) Postgraduate Diploma in International Affairs and Diplomacy (PGDIAD)
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Management (PGDSM)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Executive
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum of six (6) semesters, and a maximum of ten (10) semesters. Executive MBA students will attend lectures on weekends. They are also expected to come in for two (2) weeks during long vacation for intensive academic work. The available areas of specialization include: Accounting, Marketing, Personnel Management, Finance, General Management, and Operations Management.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 24 calendar months and a maximum period of 36 calendar months for Full-time; a minimum period of 36 calendar months and a maximum period of 48 calendar months for Part-time. Areas of specialization include: Accounting, Marketing, Personnel, Finance, General Management and Operations Management.

Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 18 calendar months and a maximum period of 24 calendar months for full-time candidates ONLY.

Master of Industrial and Labour Relations (MILR)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 18 calendar months and a maximum period of 30 calendar months for Full-Time only. Areas of specialization include: Labour Management Relations, Personnel and Human Resources Management; Industrial, Conflict and Dispute Resolution; and Labour Law.

Master of International Studies (MIS)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 30 calendar months and a maximum period of 45 calendar months. Lectures hold fortnightly. The available areas of specialization include: International Economic Relations; Foreign Policy; Strategic Studies; Diplomacy and International Politics.

Master of Public Administration (MPA)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 18 calendar months and a maximum period of 24 calendar months for Full-time only. Areas of specialization include: Public Finance, Budgeting, Personnel Management, Public Policy and Development Administration.

Postgraduate Diploma in Geographic Information System (PGDGIS)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 12 months and a maximum period of 18 calendar months for Full-time candidates only.

Postgraduate Diploma in International Affairs and Diplomacy (PGDIAD)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum period of 30 calendar months and a maximum period of 45 calendar months. The programme runs on weekends and fortnightly. The available areas of specialization include: International Economic Relations; Foreign Policy; Strategic Studies; Diplomacy and International Politics.

Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Management (PGDSM)
The duration of the programme shall normally be a minimum of 12 calendar months and a maximum of 18 calendar months for Full-time candidates only.

ELIGIBILTY FOR PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMMES

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Candidates for admission into the MBA programme should normally possess Bachelor’s degrees from a recognized University with a minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division). Holders of professional qualifications of ACA, ACMA, AIB, ACIS, CIBN, ACTS or HND (Upper Credit) must possess a Post-Graduate Diploma Certificate in Strategic Management from the University of Ilorin with a minimum average weighted score of 60%. All candidates should have at least Five (5) Credit Passes at the Ordinary Level (O/L), including English Language and Mathematics, irrespective of field of study.

Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS)
Candidates for admission into the MGIS programme should normally possess Bachelor’s degrees from a recognized University with a minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division). Holders of professional qualifications such as HND (Upper Credit) with a minimum of five years post-qualification experience are also eligible to apply.

Master of Industrial and Labour Relations (MILR)
Candidates for admission into MILR the degree programme must normally possess a honours degree of the University of Ilorin, or from any other recognized University.

Master of International Studies (MIS)
Candidates for admission into MIS Professional degree programme should normally possess Bachelor‘s Degrees in any discipline with at least a Second Class (Honours) from the University of Ilorin, or any other recognized University.

Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Candidates for admission into the MPA degree programme must have a honours degree in any discipline from the University of Ilorin, or any other recognized University.

Postgraduate Diploma in Geographic Information System (PGDGIS)
Candidates for admission into the GIS Postgraduate diploma programme must normally possess a recognized Bachelor’s Degree with at least a Third Class Honours or HND (Lower Credit) or their equivalent, in Geography, Environmental Science, the Sciences, other Social Sciences, Forestry, Engineering, Architecture, Town Planning, etc,. Notwithstanding the above, candidates with substantial work experience who have attained managerial positions may still be considered for admission on individual merit.

Postgraduate Diploma in International Affairs and Diplomacy (PGDIAD)
Candidates for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma in International Affairs and Diplomacy (PGDIAD) programme must normally possess Bachelor’s Degrees in any discipline with a minimum of PASS grade from the University of Ilorin or any other recognized University or HND with at least a Lower Credit.

Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Management (PGDSM)
Candidates for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Management (PGDSM) should normally possess Bachelor’s Degrees or Professional qualifications such as ICAN or HND certificate with a minimum of Lower Credit from recognized Institutions.

4. FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science (PGDCS); M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Computer Science.

5. FACULTY OF EDUCATION
i. DEAN’S OFFICE
Post Doctoral Diploma in Education (PDDE)
This is an online programme.

ii. DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION
M.Ed.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. in Educational Psychology; Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation; Sociology of Education; Arabic Education; Comparative Education; English Language Education; History and Policy of Education; Mother-Tongue Education; Religious Studies Education; Philosophy of Education; Social Studies Education; and Curriculum Development.

iii. DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELLOR EDUCATION
M.Ed.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Educational Guidance and Counselling.

iv. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT
M.Ed. Educational Management
Ph.D. Educational Management (Not available in the 2011/2012 academic session)

v. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN KINETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION
M.Ed.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Physical Education (with options in Administration and Management of Physical Education and Sports. Curriculum and Teacher Education or Exercise Physiology).
M.Ed.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Health Education.


vi. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE EDUCATION
M.Ed.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Mathematics Education; Educational Technology; Curriculum Development; Science Education (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)

6. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING
i. M.Eng.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Agricultural Engineering (with specialization in Soil and Water Conservation, Irrigation and Drainage; Agroclimatology; Post-Harvest Engineering-Crop Processing Engineering and Crop Storage Engineering; Farm Power Machinery-Agricultural Mechanization; Soil and Tillage; or Design of Machinery and Equipment).

ii. DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
M.Eng.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Civil Engineering (with specialization in Structural Engineering and Materials; Transportation Engineering and Highway Materials; Water Resources and Environmental Engineering).

iii. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
M.Eng.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Electrical Engineering.

iv. DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.Eng.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering (with specialization in Production; Thermofluid; Metallurgy)

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
7. FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
i. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Anatomy

ii. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY & PARASITOLOGY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Medical Microbiology; Medical Parasitology.

iii DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Physiology.

8. FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES
i. DEPARTMENT OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH
Master of Community Health (M.Comm.H.); Master of Public Health (MPH.); M.Phil.; Ph.D. Epidemiology and Community Health (with specializations in Tropical Public Health; Occupational and Environmental Health; Health Management or Health Education).

9. FACULTY OF LAW
LL.M.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Common Law (The Ph.D. is available for now to only academic staff of the University of Ilorin)
LL.M.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Islamic Law


10. FACULTY OF SCIENCE
i. DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Biochemistry (with specialization in Enzymology; Nutritional Biochemistry; Toxicology; Parasite Biochemistry; Membrane Biochemistry, Environmental Biochemistry; Clinical Biochemistry; or Reproductive Biochemistry).

ii. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Chemistry (with specialization in Inorganic; Organic; Physical; Analytical; and Environmental Chemistry; or Industrial Chemistry).
M.Sc. Industrial Chemistry.

iii. DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND MINERAL SCIENCES
M.Sc.Geology (with specialization in Solid Mineral Exploration; Petroleum Geology & Sedimentology; or Engineering and Hydrogeology)
M.Phil.; Ph.D. Geology.

iv. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
M.Sc., M.Phil.; Ph.D. Mathematics (with specialization in Optimization; Fluid Mechanics; Analytical Dynamics; Numerical Analysis; Algebra; Complex Analysis; Real Analysis, Elasticity or Topology).

v. DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY
M.Sc.; Microbiology (with specialization in Microbial Physiology; Industrial Microbiology; Environmental Microbiology; Medical & Veterinary Microbiology; Plant Pathology; or Mycology).
M.Phil.; Ph.D. Microbiology (with specialization in Microbial Physiology; Industrial Microbiology; Environmental Microbiology, Medical and Veterinary Microbiology).

vi. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Physics (with specialization in Space Physics and Radio Propagation; Communication Physics; Solar Energy; Materials Science and Solid State Physics; Theoretical Physics; Geophysics; Atmospheric Physics; or Meteorology).

vii. DEPARTMENT OF PLANT BIOLOGY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Plant Biology (with specialization in Plant Physiology and Biochemistry; Biosystematics and Cytogenetics; Applied Genetics and Plant Breeding, Plant Anatomy; Plant Taxonomy; Plant Diversity and Environmental Management, Algology or Bryology).

viii. DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics (PGDS); M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Statistics

ix. DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY
M.Sc.; M.Phil.; Ph.D. Zoology (with specialization in Entomology; Fisheries; or Parasitology).

C. ELIGIBILTY FOR ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
1. Applicants for the Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science must satisfy one of the following:
(a) a minimum of first degree from a recognized University in Science, Engineering, Social Science or Humanities disciplines.

(b) HND in Computer Science or Engineering from recognized Polytechnics with a minimum of Lower Credit; and

(c) HND in any other discipline different from those in (ii) but preferably from Sciences or Social Sciences with a minimum of Lower Credit from a recognized Polytechnic or equivalent Institution, with at least one year cognate experience.

2. Applicants for Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics must satisfy one of the following:
(i) A minimum of an honour’s degree from a recognized University in any of Science and Social Science disciplines;

(ii) HND in Statistics from a recognized Polytechnic with a minimum of Lower Credit.

3. Applicants for Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Management (PGDEM) should be:

(i) graduates of the University of Ilorin and those of any other recognized Universities approved by Senate, and

(ii) Higher National Diploma (H.N.D.) holders with Upper Credit and at least, three years work experience.

In addition to the above requirements, 5 O/Level Credit Passes including English Language and Mathematics are compulsory for all candidates applying for the above three Postgraduate Diploma programmes.

4. Candidates for admission into the PDDE programme should normally possess Ph.D. degrees in any discipline other than Education.

5. Applicants for the academic Master degree programmes who are graduates of the University of Ilorin and other recognized Universities, must have a minimum of Second Class Honours Degree (Upper Division) and must be applying for programmes in which they have their first degrees. However, applicants with Second Class Honours Degree (Lower Division) and those with higher classes of degrees seeking admissions into programmes outside those in which they have their first degrees may be admitted provided they satisfy Senate in a qualifying examination to be conducted. The least class of Degree for all academic programme applicants is Second Class Honours Degree (Lower Division). Regardless of the institution where the Bachelor’s degree was obtained, ALL candidates must apply early for their official Bachelor’s degree academic transcript to be sent to the Postgraduate School, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, before the expiration of the stated deadline.

6. Applicants for the Ph.D. degree programme must have obtained a relevant Master degree of this or other recognized University, with an average weighted score of at least 60%. Short-listed candidates would be required to satisfy the Postgraduate School in the qualifying interviews and assessments by the relevant Department. Regardless of the Institution where the Master’s degree was obtained, ALL candidates must apply early for their official Master degree academic transcripts to be sent to the Postgraduate School, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, for the purpose of this admission and before the expiration of the stated deadline. All candidates must have 5 O/L credit passes, including English Language and Mathematics or pass in Mathematics, where applicable.

7. All Higher Degree candidates that attended foreign Universities, where English language is not the medium of instruction, should submit to the Postgraduate School, evidence of their English Language proficiency, e.g., TOEFL or IELTS scores.

D. APPLICATION FEES
Application fee for all programmes is N25,000.00 only, for Applicants within Nigeria or $200 only, for International Applicants.


E. DATES AND VENUES OF QUALIFYING EXAMINATION
A three-hour qualifying examination for all applicants for the Postgraduate Diploma in Computer-Science and those seeking admissions into Master degree programmes, will be held on Saturday, 16th June, 2012, at 8.30a.m. at the following venues:

FACULTY OF ARTS LECTURE HALLS AND
FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES LECTURE THEATRE -
For candidates seeking admissions into the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION LECTURE THEATRE - For candidates seeking admissions into Faculties of Education, Agriculture, Communication and Information Sciences.

LECTURE THEATRE I, NEW SCIENCE LECTURE THEATRE & ENGINEERING LECTURE THEATRE
For candidates seeking admissions into the Faculties of Arts, Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Engineering & Technology, and Science.

NOTE: There will be no formal letters of invitation to candidates for the Qualifying
Examination as this advertisement will serve as the invitation.

F. METHOD OF APPLICATION
For details on method of application, visit the University of Ilorin website: http://www.unilorin.edu.ng and click on the Unilorin Adverts on the home page, or http://www.unilorin.edu.ng/pgschool/. Application Forms are to be completed on-line and will close on Monday, 11th June 2012. Note that the latest date for receipt of supporting documents is Friday, 29th June 2012. Successful applicants would be notified by e-mail.


Olufolake O. Oyeyemi (Mrs.)
Registrar
This eveinign we got an update that the Bayero University in Kano had bomb explosion that have claimed lives. About 8 feared dead. When will all this killing stop? The boko haram sect are responsible to the bombing of a thing in Nigeria.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Part Of Futo Have No Electricity

This is to bring to your notice that part of the FUTO don't have electricity due to the heavy rain that rained sometime ago. The rain was said to destroy the electric poles and other electric stuffs.

Some part of the school campus are badly affected.The parts that have no access to electricity as of this writing are the eziobodo's and umuchima's. The school management are doing something about it and will  fix it soon.

May God grant you all the wisdom to excel in your forth coming exams.








2012 FIRST NNMA WINNERS' LECTURE DATE ANNOUNCED

The 2012 First Nigerian National Merit Award (NNMA) Winners’ Lecture will hold on May 3, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. in the Main Auditorium, Main Campus, Akoka.



The Lecture entitled, Monumentalism and the Renaissance Dream: the Bane of Power Aesthetics will be delivered by Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, NNOM.



The Chairman of the NNMA Governing Board, Professor Oluwafeyisola S. Adegoke PhD, DSc (Hon), FNMGS, FAS, NNOM will serve as the Chairman of the occasion. The Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN is the Special Guest of Honour and the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator (Dr.) Anyim Pius Anyim GCON is the Guest of Honour.



 The Chief Host for the event is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Professor Adetokunbo Babatunde Sofoluwe FAS while the Royal Father of the Day is the Oba of Lagos, His Royal Majesty, Oba Rilwan Akiolu 1, CFR.



All members of the University Community and general public are cordially invited.

UNILAG 2012 NYSC BATCH B MOB. CONFIRMATION BEGINS

2012 NYSC BATCH "B" MOBILIZATION EXERCISE: CONFIRMATION PHASE FOR PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS BEGINS, APRIL 26

The Students’ Affairs Division has commenced the processing of the list of prospective corps members for the 2012 Batch ‘B’ Mobilization Exercise.



As part of efforts to ensure an error free list, all graduates not mobilized for the Batch ‘A’ Exercise are advised to confirm their inclusion and details on the list posted on the University website: www.unilag.edu.ng and on Notice Boards at the Students’ Affairs Division.

The confirmation and correction phase will start on Thursday, April 26 and end on May 7, 2012. Please note that students who fail to comply with this instruction would be responsible for their omission from the list.

UNILAG ADMISSION TO 2012/2013 POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


The School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos invites applications from suitably qualified candidates from recognized institutions for admission into Full-Time, Part-Time and Sandwich Postgraduate programmes of the University leading to the award of Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters Degrees by Coursework, Professional Master Degrees, Master of Philosophy Degrees and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees in the 2012/2013 Session.
The Sale of Application Forms will commence on Friday, April 27, 2012 and close on Friday, June 8, 2012.
GUIDELINES FOR FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM:
  1. Visit the School of Postgraduate Studies website:www.unilagspgs.edu.ng, click on the 2012/2013 application,
  2. Click the pre-application form link; provide the required information and submit to obtain a Payment Voucher.  You are expected to print out the payment voucher.
  3. Make Payment to any branch of the designated banks stated below:
  • WEMA Bank Plc: UNILAG, Victoria Island, Ikeja, Marina, Ikoyi, Abule-Egba, Okokomaiko, Ebute-Metta, Ikorodu, Abuja (Main), Mokola (Ibadan), Port-Harcourt, Akure, Abeokuta and Owerri.
  • ECO BANK Plc,: UNILAG; Sabo, Festac, Allen Avenue, Broad Street, Awolowo Road, Ajose Adeogun, Ogba, Ijaiye, Otta, Cannan Land, Iyana Ipaja, Matori, Lebanon Branch Ibadan, Wuse 2 Abuja, Trans Amadi, PH, and Jos Branch.
  • ACCESS BANK Plc:  UNILAG; 290,Herbert Macaulay,Sabo Yaba; 92, Lagos-Abeokuta Exp. Way, Dopemu; 78, Ojuelegba Road, Idi-Araba; 48, Marina, Lagos Island; Victoria Island Branches (44, Adeola Odeku; Plot 1408, Adetokunbo Ademola,  & 287, Ajose Adeogun); Ikota Shopping Complex, Lekki; 87, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi; 185, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Alausa Ikeja; 21, Bank Anthony Way, Maryland; D Close, 4th Ave. Festac; 135, Olu Obasanjo Way, Port-Harcourt; Ogui Road Stadium, Enugu; Bodija, Ibadan; Iwo Road, Ibadan; Plot 1066, Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja; Plot 2401 Cadastral Zone A7, Abuja
  • United Bank fOR Africa Plc: UNILAG and all branches in Lagos; 15, Aggrey Rd, Port-Harcourt; 91, Idiroko Rd, Otta; Kachia Rd, Kaduna South; 8, Baga Rd, Maiduguri; 2, Nnamdi Aziwke Avenue, Awka; 10, Kano Road, Sokoto
  • ZENITH BANK Plc: All branches of Zenith Bank Nationwide.
  • GUARANTY TRUST BANK Plc: All branches of Guaranty Trust Bank Nationwide.
  • FIRST BANK Plc:  UNILAG Branch, Victoria Island Branches (Abibu Adetoro, Sanusi Fafunwa, Adeola Odeku, Ademola Adetokunbo), Opebi Branch Ikeja, Festac Branch 1, Festac Branch 2, Abuja Main Branch, Port-Harcourt Main Branch, Ibadan Main Branch & Ikorodu Main Branch.
Applicants are expected to provide printed payment voucher for bank payments.  Payment for Application Form is N20, 000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira).
  1. After payment, return to School of Postgraduate Studies website www.unilagspgs.edu.ng, click the 2012/2013 Application link, then Application Form link, login with Payment Reference Number as username and provide surname in lowercase as password.
  2. Click the Edit Application form link to fill the Application form and upload digital passport photograph (jpeg format) which should not be more than 15 kb in size and must be in white background.  The acceptable dimension is width: 275 pixels or 35mm, height: 314 pixels or 40mm. (Failure to comply with specified image format may lead to disqualification.)
  3. Click “SUBMIT FORM” button if the information is correct, else, click decline button.  After submission, applicants will be required to print the completed Application Form and Acknowledgement Slip.  This will be required for submission before entrance examination.
  4. Candidates are required to LAMINATE their Acknowledgment Slip after printing.
Kindly note that:

    • Completed application forms are to be submitted online not later than Friday, June 22, 2012.
    • If payment is not made within five (5) days of obtaining payment voucher, the pre-application would be deleted.  Applicants will then be expected to refill the pre-application form to obtain a new payment voucher.
    • All academic Transcripts must reach the Deputy Registrar/Administrative Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies on or before the beginning of registration.
    • All M.Phil/Ph.D. candidates must contact the Department for availability of Supervisors/Vacancies before applying.
    • Hard copies of the Application Forms with Credentials are to be submitted in the respective departments.


For further information, please contact: Deputy Registrar/Administrative Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Lagos, Tel. No. 8902566 or 01-7403307.  E-Mail: dras@unilagspgs.edu.ng or visit SPGS website: www.unilagspgs.edu.ng

Friday, April 27, 2012

2012 UNICAL Pre-Degree Admission List Released



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Good news!!!

If you apply for University of Calabar remedial programme (pre-degree), please note that you can now check out for your name if you made it. The admission list into the programme has been released.

Go and check the admission list in front of the faculty of science sub-dean office of the university.

IF YOUR NAME IS SHORTLISTED, PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU WILL RESUME IMMEDIATELY.

Congrats.

2011/2012 Federal University Dutsinma First Admission List Now Out

This is to inform the general public and students that have chosen the Federal University Dutsinma in Katsina state that the school has released the long awaited admission list. We are not sure but it is likely that this might be the only admission list for the 2011/2012 session.


If you are one of the prospective students, you can just click the link below and view the admission list.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK THE ADMISSION LIST

Please, take note that registration will starts from 30th of April, 2012 and may ends on the 4th of May,2012.

Newly admitted students into 100 level stands the chance of losing their provisional admission slots if they don’t pay their fees and complete registration within the stipulated late registration window.

If you are not able to pay fees in the bank and complete their online registration on or before 4th May, 2012, you will pay late registration fee of N1,000 (One Thousand Naira only).

Late registration will only be for one week, between 7th to 11th May, 2012.

Please refer to the school for more detailed information

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2011/2012 Fuotuoke supplementary admission list Released



This is to inform the general public that the Federal university located in Otuoke has released their 2011/2012 supplementary admission list.

About 50 students have their names on the supplementary list and you can be one of them if you applied and sat for the exam in year 2011 to be précised.

If you have given up on the Fuotuoke or though of another way, please check the supplementary list and see if you have made it this time.

You are also advised if your name is on the supplementary list that you should bring along with you your admission letter and begin clearance and registration immediately.



2012 Ambrose Alli University Resumption Date Announced

This is to inform all the students of Ambrose Alli University that the school management has made a vital announcement concerning the resumption date for their students. You are hereby informed by this publication that the school will resume for the school activities comes 30th of April, 2012.

Please take note and your things packed. Wishing you the best this semester.

2012 Neco Time Table For June/ July Exam

NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL (NECO)

SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION: JUNE/JULY 2012
EXAMINATION TIME-TABLE

PAPER
CODE
1021
Paper I: Oral Arabic
1hr 20mins
1033
Paper III: Oral French
1hr 30mins
6021
Paper I: Practical - Auto Mechanics
3hrs
7021
Paper I: Practical - Clothing and Textiles
3hrs
Friday 1st June
7031
Paper I: Practical - Foods and Nutrition
3hrs
To
7051
Paper I: Practical - Home Management
3hrs
Saturday 9th June
7071
Paper I: Practical - Physical Education
To be determined by the event
7061
Paper I: Aural: Music
40 mins
10.00 am - 10.40 am
7062
Paper II: Performance Test/Alternative to Performance Music
1hr 30mins
10.40 am - 12.10 pm
6041
Paper I: Practical - Electronics
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
6081
Paper I: Practical - Wood Work
3hrs
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
7102
Paper II: Drawing - Visual Art
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
7103
Paper III: Creative Design - Visual Art
3hrs
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5051
Paper I: Practical - Physics
2hrs 45mins
10.00 am - 12.45 pm
6061
Paper I: Practical - Metal Work
3hrs
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5031
Paper I: Practical - Chemistry
2hrs
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
6062
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Metal Work
2hrs 30mins
2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
7101
Paper I: Objective & Essay - Visual Art
3hrs
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5021
Paper I: Practical - Biology
2hrs
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
6011
Paper I: Practical - Applied Electricity
3hrs
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
7011
Paper I: Practical - Agricultural Science
1hr 30mins
10.00 am - 11.30 am
7081
Paper I: Practical - Shorthand
1hr 40mins
3.00 pm - 4.40 pm
5011
Paper I: Objective - General Mathematics
1hr 45mins
10.00 am - 11.45 am
5012
Paper II: Essay - General Mathematics
2hrs 30mins
12.00 pm - 2.30 pm
5032
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Chemistry
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
7072
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Physical Education
2hrs
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
5052
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Physics
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
3041
Paper I: Objective - Government
1hr
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
3042
Paper II: Essay - Government
1hr 40mins
3.00 pm - 4.40 pm
1011
Paper I: Essay - English Language
1hr 45mins
10.00 am - 11.45 am
1012
Paper II: Objective - English Language
1hr
12.00 pm - 1.00 pm
1013
Paper III: Test of Orals - English Language
45mins
2.00 pm - 2.45 pm
3031
Paper I: Objective & Essay - Geography
2hrs 30mins
10.00 am - 12.30 pm
7091
Paper I: Practical - Typewriting
2hrs 40mins
3.00 pm - 5.40 pm
7041
Paper I: Objective - Financial Accounting
1hr 20mins
10.00 am - 11.20 am
7042
Paper II: Theory & Practice - Financial Accounting
2hrs 30mins
11.30 am - 2.00 pm
4012
Paper II: Drama & Poetry - Literature-in-English
1hr 40mins
3.00 pm - 4.40 pm
3032
Paper II: Essay - Geography
2hrs
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
6051
Paper I: Objective - Further Mathematics
2hrs
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
6052
Paper II: Essay - Further Mathematics
2hrs 30mins
3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
5022
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Biology
2hrs 30mins
10.00 am - 12.30 pm
1022
Paper II: Objective - Arabic
1hr 30mins
1.30 pm - 3.00 pm
1023
Paper III: Essay & Literature - Arabic
2hrs
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
3021
Paper I: Objective - Economics
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
3022
Paper II: Essay - Economics
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
6022
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Auto Mechanics
2hrs 30mins
3.00 pm - 5.30 pm
2011
Paper I: Objective - Christian Religious Studies
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
2012
Paper II: Essay - Christian Religious Studies
1hr 30mins
11.00 am - 12.30 pm
7032
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Foods and Nutrition
2hrs 30mins
3.00 pm - 5.30 pm
7012
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Agricultural Science
2hrs 30mins
10.00 am - 12.30 pm
7032
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Electronics
2hrs
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
7052
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Home Management
2hrs 30mins
2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
1ST JUNE TO 12TH JULY, 2012
TIME
DATE
PAPER TITLE AND SUBJECT
DURATION
Tuesday 19th June
Tuesday 26th June
Wednesday 27th June
Actual date and time will be fixed by the Council
Monday 11th June
Tuesday 12th June
Wednesday 13th June
Friday 15th June
Monday 18th June
Thursday 14th June
Thursday 28th June
Friday 29th June
Monday 2nd July
Wednesday 20th June
Thursday 21st June
Friday 22nd June
Monday 25th June
3011
Paper I: Objective - Commerce
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
3012
Paper II: Essay - Commerce
1hr 40mins
11.00 am - 12.40 pm
2031
Paper I: Objective - Islamic Studies
1hr
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
2032
Paper II: Essay - Islamic Studies
1hr 30mins
3.00 pm - 4.30 pm
4011
Paper I: Objective - Literature-in-English
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
4013
Paper III: Prose - Literature-in-English
1hr 15mins
11.00 am - 12.15 pm
6012
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Applied Electricity
2hrs 15mins
2.00 pm - 4.15 pm
1041
Paper I: Objective - Hausa
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
1042
Paper II: Essay - Hausa
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
1051
Paper I: Objective - Igbo
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
1052
Paper II: Essay - Igbo
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
1061
Paper I: Objective - Yoruba
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
1062
Paper II: Essay - Yoruba
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
4021
Paper I: Objective - Edo
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
4022
Paper II: Essay - Edo
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
4031
Paper I: Objective - Efik
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
4032
Paper II: Essay - Efik
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
4041
Paper I: Objective - Ibibio
1hr
10.00 am - 11.00 am
4042
Paper II: Essay - Ibibio
2hrs
11.00 am - 1.00 pm
7022
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Clothing and Textiles
2hrs 30mins
10.00 am - 12.30 pm
2021
Paper I: Objective - History
1hr
3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
2022
Paper II: Essay - History
2hrs
4.00 pm - 6.00 pm
6071
Paper I: Practical - Technical Drawing
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
7063
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Music
2hrs 30mins
2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
6083
Paper III: Objective & Essay - Wood Work
2hrs
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
6082
Paper II: Drawing & Design - Wood Work
2hrs
12.30 pm - 2.30 pm
1031
Paper I: Written Comprehension - French
1hr
3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
1032
Paper II: Written Expression - French
1hr 20mins
4.30 pm - 5.50 pm
5042
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Health Science
2hrs
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
5041
Paper I: Test of Practical - Health Science
1hr 45mins
1.00 pm - 2.45 pm
6072
Paper II: Objective & Drawing - Technical Drawing
2hrs 30mins
3.30 pm - 6.00 pm
6031
Paper I: Drawing - Building Construction
3hrs
10.00 am - 1.00 pm
6032
Paper II: Objective & Essay - Building Construction
2hrs
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Schools and Candidates should note the following:
iv. The Nigerian Languages Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba include Literature aspect.
ABUBAKAR M. GANA
FOR: REGISTRAR/CHIEF EXECUTIVE
TO EXAMINATION DAY.
cannot go round.
ii. Practical in the Sciences should be in sets where the number of candidates is large and laboratory equipment
iii. VISUAL ART PAPER III CREATIVE DESIGN SHOULD BE GIVEN TO CANDIDATES AT LEAST ONE WEEK
i. For Physical Education Practical Paper I, the specific venues for the examination should be confirmed from
vi. Use of scientific calculator is not allowed.
v. BRINGING GSM INTO THE EXAMINATION HALL IS PROHIBITED.
NECO Office in the respective state.
Thursday 12th July
Tuesday 3rd July
Wednesday 4th July
Thursday 5th July
Friday 6th July
Monday 9th July
Tuesday 10th July
Wednesday 11th July

All About UNIZIK 2012 Post UTME Exam

This is to inform every candidate that will be sitting for the 2012 Unizik post utme. The school has not announced the precise date for the post utme but the examination will comes up June/July, 2012. So, all we are saying is that you should be getting prepared and ready for the examination.

It is not going to be tough but tricky. So, all you need is to interpret and understand the questions. We also get a kind of clues to the marking of the Unizik post utme answer scripts. This will give you an idea of how your scripts are marked and admission process in UNIZIK.
EXAMPLE:
UNIZIK HAS A LIMITED SPACE IS 500 AND MORE THAN 1000 PASSED THE POST UTME. UNIZIK WILL INCREASE THE INITAIL CUT -OFF MARKS SO THAT THE AVAILABLE SPACE OR SLOTS WILL BE FILLED TO 500.

So, don’t only read, please pray and ask for God’s favour.
 Please correct us for we are not perfect, we are only trying to.  How to correct us? Just comment. Thanks

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Nigerian School Or Abroad Schooling?

 A lot of students that been having their minds fixed on abroad schools. Why are we not using our schools here in Nigeria? But wait....WHICH ONE DO YOU PREFER?

  • SCHOOLING IN NIGERIA

  • SCHOOLING ABROAD
Let's know your mind please...

2012 Kogi State University 1st Semester Exam Date Announced

This is to get you posted on the updates concerning the Kogi State University located in Anyigba, Kogi that the school examination for the 1st semester will begins comes the 7th of May, 2012.

Kogi State University also undergo the current accreditation conducted by the Nigerian Universities Commission Accreditation team. And they have been trying to get things into place. According to the alert, we are told that the examination commences once the NUC team are through with their works in the school. This is going to be May 7th, 2012.

Still same thing we tell you here, please shun malpractices of any kind during examination. The school management has made it punishable by expulsion. So, study hard and smart.
Best of Luck.

2012 MATHS WAEC EXPO


1. What is the area, in square
feet, of the triangle whose sides
have lengths equal to 10, 6 and
8 feet? A) 480
B) 24
C) 48
D) 30
E) 40

Question 2.
3102 + 9 X 3100 +3103-:-3 = ?
A) 3101
B) 3102
C) 3103
D) 3104
E) 3105

Question 3.
Of the 80 students in class,
25 are studying German,
15 French
and
13 Spanish.
a.) 3 are studying German and French,
b.) 4 are studying French and Spanish.
c.) 2
are studying German and
Spanish;
d.) and none is studying all
3 languages at the same time.

How many students are not
studying any of the three
languages?
A) 27
B) 18
C) 53
D) 62
E) 36.
2012 Waec Mathematics Theory.

1.A
Evaluate without using table,or calculator
(3.69 x 105)/(1.64 x 10-3)
leaving your answer in standard form.
1b.
A man investd 20,000 in bank A and 25,000 in bank B at the beggining of a year,bank A pays simple interest at a rate of y% per annum and B pays 15% per annum.
If the total interest at the end of the year from the two banks was 4,600.find d value of y

2a:
simplify x2-8x+16 X 2-7x +12.


2b:
if 1/2,
1/x,1/3 are succe term of an arithemetic progression
A.P shows dat 2-x=2x-33.


3a:
A diagram show that a cross section of a railway tunnel if
AB =100M and the radius arc 5.56m.
calculate the correct and nearest perimetre,metre of the cross section.

4a:
why is 60km away from x on a bearingof 135degree z is 80km away from x on a distance of z.


4b:
bearing of z from y.
five out of 24 apples in a box 6 are bad,if 3 apples are taken from the box at random with replacement find the probability that the
A) 2 are good and the third is bad,
B) the three are bad.
C) all 3 are good.

Section A Answer all questions inthis part.
1a) Simplify 1 3/4-3 1/3 divide 1
2/3 +2 1/2
1b)solve x if
(5x)base 7=37
base 10 2
(a)Make Z d sub of formula q=3roots(Z square/v +u)
(b)4ras(n-1)multiply 5ras (2n-2) multiply 10ras (n)=1 4

a)
find the perimeter of a rectangle 24cm and the difference between the length and the width is 2cm.
find the length and width of the rectangle 6.
A motorist travels for 30km at xkm/h and for 90km at y km/h and take places 2.5hrs for the journey.
if the speed are interchanging the journing take two whole no 1 over 6 hrs .
find x and y

Question 1 (a).
Evaluate, without using mathematical
tables or calculator,
(3.69 x 105) / (1.64 x 10-3), leaving your answer in the standard form.
(b).A man invested N20,000 in bank A and N25,000 in bank B atthe beginning of a year.
Bank A pays simple interest at arate of y% per annum and B pays 1.5% per annum.
If his total interest at the end of the year from the two banks was N4,600 find the value of y.

Question 2
(a) Simplify: x 2 – 8x + 16 . x
2 -7x + 12 (b) If ½, 1/x, 1/3 are successive terms of an arithmetic progression (A.P.), show that 2 - x = 2 x - 3 3.

question 3.
The diagram shows the cross-section of a railway tunnel.
If |AB| = 100m and the radius of the arc is 56m, calculate, correctto the nearest metre, theperimeter of the cross-section.

question 4.
Y is 60 km away from X on a bearing of 135°. Z is 80 km awayfrom X on a bearing of 225°.
Find the:
a.) distance of Z from Y.
b.) bearing of Z from Y

question 5.
Out of the 24 apples in a box, 6 are bad. If three apples are taken From the box at random, with replacement, find the probability that:
a.) the first two are good and the third is bad.
b.) all the three are bad:
c.) all the three are good.

1a.) Find Log10'2+Log10'4-Log10'4.
1b.) Simplify 7'2/4+7'3/4+(5+1/3)

All About 2012/2013 Unilag Post Jamb Umte Details


This year, Unilag got the highest number of candidates that will sit for her post utme. 2012 will be a year that about 83,865 candidates will have to go into competition with one another over the available slots. Are you still waiting and watching? Get your books into your brain and ….I think you know what those dots mean. The competition is growing every year.

Why? Because the school to me seems to be one of the best in Naija for now and recently UNILAG got the 77% in the Nigerian Universities Accreditation. Care to know more about Unilag 77%accreditation? Click here…

Someone just commented on one of our blog post concerning the post ume of UNILAG. According to the comment, we are told that the 2012 Unilag post ume may come up June or July 2012. But it is not may as we early reported. This has not been validated but as soon as we have the real update, we will get you posted.

Thanks and wishing you the best in your post utme exam this year. It is your time to be admitted. Claim your admission now. Lol. I think I'm now a pastor. Right?

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