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Friday, December 13, 2013

2013 ASUU Strike Update: ASUU Strike To Be Called Off


I was jubilating as if Nigeria win the World Cup when I heard in the news that the Academic Staff Union of Universities - ASUU and the Federal Government- FG have come to conclusion of matter.  This was confirmed by the Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike.

He further disclosed to the journalists that the issues between the ASUU and the Federal Government- FG has finally been resolved. So, ASUU has been ordered all the lecturers and the school to go on strike till the FG meets their agreement and demands.

For 5 solid months, students across the federation have been at home. ASUU wanted nothing but the best for the country and its educational standard.

The president of ASUU, Dr. Fagge has also confirmed the peaceful resolution of the matter. He said that the ASUU 2013 Strike will be called off next week which happen to be the third week of December.

To God be all the Glory.

Victory Atlast... Aluta Continua!!!


The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Tuesday, September 03, 2013

NNPC/MPN Scholarship Shortlisted List Now Out

This is to inform all the students that participated in the NNPC/MPN Scholarship. The Exxon Mobil, operator and sponsor of the NNPC/MPN Scholarship recently short listed candidates for the scholarship examination to hold between the 6th and 7th of September on the venues designated on the invitation email sent to short listed applicants.

We are using this opportunity to advise you all that all applicants for this year's NNPC/MPN scholarship programme should check their email (both inbox and spam/junk) for the invitation email.

When seen, or if invited, you should see an email with contents similar to the message below:

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

ABU ZARIA POST UTME 2013/2014 NOW OUT

This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for the 2013/2014 Academic Session, and who made the institution their FIRST CHOICE, that they would be screened through Computer-Based Testing (CBT), starting from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th July, 2013.
Candidates, parents, guardians, and the general public are to note that the ability to read and click/use the mouse is the only requirement for the test.

QUALIFICATION FOR SCREENING:


All candidates with UTME Score of 180 and above are eligible to attend the screening exercise. In addition, candidates must have the prescribed UTME subject combinations required for the courses applied for as contained in the JAMB Brochure.

2013 Umaru Musa Yar'adua University (UMYU) Post UTME

The Umaru Musa Yar'adua University (UMYU) is calling on interested and qualified prospective candidates who made their school either first or second or NO choice and obtained a minimum of 180 score line in JAMB to apply for the UMYU 2013/2014 Post UTME screening scheduled to hold as follows.

A. Saturday 20th July 2013 (1st Choice Candidates).
B. Friday 26th July 2013 (2nd Choice Candidates).
C. Saturday 27th July 2013 (Non Choice Candidates).

To apply, all applicants are to pay a processing fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2, 000.00) only. Payments are to be made into Umaru Musa Yar’adua University Post-UTME Account in any Branch of First Bank nationwide, (Account No. 2018076572). Candidates are to obtain Computer-Generated Tellers from the Bank for clearance and admittance into Examination Hall.

Candidates are advised to keep checking the Website from time to time for any further information on the examination.

Note: Remedial Students of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University are exempted from the Post UTME. 

The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Sunday, June 30, 2013

2013 AAUA Post UTME Registration Now Open



POST UTME SCREENING FOR 2013/2014 ADMISSION EXERCISE

This is to inform all UTME and Direct Entry candidates who applied for admission into
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State for the 2013/2014 academic
session that the POST UTME Screening Exercise will hold from 29th July to 3
rd August, 2013
at the University campus.
Candidates eligible for the screening are:
 those who made Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko their first or second
choice of University in the 2013/2014 UTME and have scored 180 and above
 Direct Entry candidates who chose the University as first or second choice and
 Candidates who did not pick Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko as first or
second choice but scored 180 and above in the 2013/2014 UTME and are interested in
admission to Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko
Registration Procedure
Candidates are to register online on the University’s website at www.aaua.edu.ng (the only
official website of the University) between 1
st and 21st July 2013.
Candidates are to pay the sum of Three thousand Four Hundred naira (N3,400.00) only
covering:
 Administrative charges - N2,000.00
 On-line Application and results checking - N1,000.00
 Sample past questions (online) - N400.00
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N3,400.00
using their ATM cards (Master & Verve) at any branch of the banks listed below via
eTRANSACT.
 Enterprise Bank
 Keystone Bank
 Skye Bank
 Access Bank
 First Bank
 Wema BankCandidates should collect bank-generated receipts at the point of payment, which will contain
receipt and confirmation numbers for the on-line registration.
Instructions to all Candidates
1. Candidates are requested to log on to www.aaua.edu.ng
2. Enter JAMB registration numbers and confirmation codes indicated on the receipts.
3. Preview, confirm, submit and immediately PRINTOUT an acknowledgment slip
4. Candidates are to come to the Examination Hall with the following:
(a) JAMB Registration Slip
(b) Acknowledgement Slip printed out from the University portal.
5. Candidates should download past questions from the University website after payment.
6. Any candidate who fails to participate in the Screening Exercise will not be considered for
admission into the University.
7. Please note that online registration for the exercise ends at midnight on Sunday 21st July,
2013.
For further enquiries, please contact PUTME Support Team through the email address:
helpme@aaua.com.ng
Bamidele Olotu
Registrar.

The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Is 2013 UNN Post UTME Now Out?


Good news reaching us all the way from Nnsukka, the University of Nigeria. The management of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka has their readiness to conduct the 2013 UNN Post UTME Examination. So, all interested candidates who made her either their first or second choice in the 2013 Universities Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and scored 180 or above for screening are eligible to apply.

The screening will be conducted at the Nsukka campus of the University as follows:

DAY ONE
DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2013

MORNING

MOUAU 2013 Post Utme Date And Details


This is to inform you that the interested candidates of the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike MOUAU can now purchase the  MOUAU Post UTME 2013 forms. If you score 180 and above in the 2013 JAMB UTME examination, then you can easily take the next step of buying the application form for the MOUAU Post UTME 2013.

Either as first choice or second choice.


MOUAU 2013 Post UTME Date

Thursday, June 27, 2013

All About 2013 UNILAG Post Ume Details

This is to inform you that the University of Lagos popularly known as UNILAG has announced the date for the 2013 UNILAG Post Ume. You can now get full details here.

The online registration for the University of Lagos Post-UTME Screening Exercise for Admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2013/2014 Academic Year will commence on Friday, June 28 and end on Sunday, July 14, 2013.

The Computer Based Test (CBT) Screening Exercise is in the Use of English, Mathematics and General Paper.
REGISTRATION: The registration for the Post-UTME Screening is scheduled to commence on Friday, June 28, 2013. Candidates are to pay at the following banks: ECOBANK, FIRST BANK, UNION BANK, ZENITH BANK,ACCESS BANK, UBA, GTB AND WEMA BANK.

Screening Fee - N 1,500 Checking of Result - N 500 (Optional)
Post-UTME E-Registration Slip: Candidates are to follow instructions for the registration as indicated on the website to print their e-registration slip for the screening exercise.

Friday, June 21, 2013

2013 UI POST UTME DISCLAIMER!!!

The general public is hereby informed that the university does not have any relationship or connection with any of the above listed websites, blogs any other social media.

The general public should also beware of fraudulent advertisements and solicitation such as the following:
“University of Ibadan admission status checks, and processing, call: 08144724765”.
“University of Ibadan post UTME 2013/2014 forms is out call: 08168829969”.
“LET JOIN HANDS TOGETHER AS I MAKE YOUR ADMISSION INTO UI A REALITY WITH GENUINE INFORMATION FROM ME.
This topic is being created to provide you with information about the school admission exercise and process for the year 2013/2014 academic session, be it (Jambite, DE and DLC). So i urge you all to make this

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

JAMB CUT OFF MARK AND POINT 2013 - Check Here


This is a good news to the entire students and the candidates of the 2013 JAMB UTME examination as the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayattu Rufai announced the official JAMB CUT OFF MARKS 2013 to the general public.

This announcement was made at the conclusion  of a policy meeting with administrators of tertiary institutions in Abuja also announced 150 marks as cut-off point for students seeking admission into polytechnics and colleges of education.

Professor Rufai says the reduction in the cut-off marks for polytechnics and colleges of education is aimed at encouraging students to seek admission into those educational institutions.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

2013 Nigeria LNG Limited Undergraduate Scholarship Award


This information is to alert the general public and all the students that maybe interested in Nigerian Based scholarship that one of long time scholarship is now out. The Nigeria LNG Limited Undergraduate Scholarship Award is now calling on all those that are interested and this is for the First Year undergraduate students in Nigerian Universities only.

Let me buttress what I just type. If you are going to fill and submit this Nigeria LNG Limited Undergraduate Scholarship Award, you mean you are an undergraduate student in a Nigerian university and currently, it is your first year in your institution.

The purpose of Nigeria LNG Scholarship Award Scheme is to promote academic excellence amongst undergraduates in tertiary institutions in Rivers State and the rest of the country.

Friday, June 07, 2013

2013/2014 KWARAPOLY ADMISSION NOW ON - CLICK HERE

2013/2014 ADMISSIONS ADVERTISEMENT
ADMISSION INTO HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND), (FULL-TIME & PART-TIME), NATIONAL DIPLOMA (PART-TIME) AND REMEDIAL STUDIES (FULL-TIME) FOR THE 2013/2014 ACADEMIC SESSION.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following programmes of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin in the 2013/2014 Academic Session:
AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES
1.HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND), FULL-TIME PROGRAMMES (TWO SESSIONS)
The following programmes are available on Full-Time basis only for two academic sessions.

A. INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
1. Statistics
2. Science Laboratory Technology with options in Chemistry, Microbiology & Physics with Electronics.
3. Hospitality Management
B. INSTITUTE OF FINANCE & MANAGEMENT STUDIES
1. Accountancy
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management.
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & Supply
C. INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
1. Architectural Technology
2. Building Technology
3. Estate Management
4. Quantity Surveying
5. Urban & Regional Planning
6. Surveying and Geoinformatics.
D. INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Computer Science
2. Office Technology & Management
E. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
* Agricultural Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Farm Power & Machinery Engineering
2. Post Harvest Technology
3. Soil and Water Engineering
* Civil Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Structural Engineering
2. Transportation Engineering
* Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Power and Machine
2. Electronics and Telecommunication
* Mechanical Engineering Technology with options in:
1. Manufacturing Engineering Technology
2. Power and Plant Engineering Technology
* Mining Engineering Technology with option only in:
  • 1. Mining Engineering Technology
* Metallurgical Engineering Technology with option only in
1. Metallurgical Engineering Technology
NB: Prospective candidates are expected to indicate their areas of interest (options)
2. HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND), PART-TIME PROGRAMMES (THREE SESSIONS)
The following programmes are available on Part-Time basis only for three academic sessions.
A. INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
1. Statistics
B. INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Computer Science
C. INSTITUTE OF FINANCE & MANAGEMENT STUDIES
1. Accountancy
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & Supply
D. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1. Electrical / Electronic Engineering Technology
2. Mechanical Engineering Technology
3. Agricultural Engineering Technology
4. Civil Engineering Technology
3. NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND), PART-TIME PROGRAMMES (THREE SESSIONS)
A. INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
1. Statistics
2. Science Laboratory Technology
3. Hospitality Management
B. INSTITUTE OF FINANCE & MANAGEMENT STUDIES
1. Accountancy
2. Banking & Finance
3. Business Administration and Management.
4. Marketing
5. Public Administration
6. Purchasing & supply
C. INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
1. Architectural Technology
2. Estate Management
3. Urban & Regional Planning
4. Building Technology.
D. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1. Civil Engineering Technology
2. Electrical / Electronic Engineering Technology
3. Mechanical Engineering Technology
4. Metallurgical Engineering Technology.
5. Agricultural Engineering
E. INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Computer Science
2. Office Technology & Management
4. REMEDIAL STUDIES PROGRAMMES (ONE SESSION ONLY)
The following Remedial Studies programmes are available on Full-Time basis for indigenes of Kwara State only and to run for one academic session:
1. Agricultural Engineering Technology
2. Agricultural Technology
3. Architectural Technology
4. Building Technology
5. Electrical / Electronic Technology
6. Estate Management
7. Hospitality Management
8. Computer Science
9. Civil Engineering Technology
10. Metallurgical Engineering Technology
11. Mechanical Engineering Technology
12. Mineral Resources Engineering Technology
13. Statistics
14. Urban & Regional Planning
15. Surveying and Geoinformatics.
16. Science Laboratory Technology
17. Office Technology and Management
18. Quantity Surveying
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) PROGRAMME
Applicants for admission into the HND programmes will be required to have the following qualifications:
1. National Diploma (ND) with a minimum of Lower Credit in the relevant field and five (5) relevant O/L credit passes at WASC, GCE, NECO and NABTEB at not more that two sittings. These credit passes must include English Language and Mathematics.
2. Evidence of one year Post ND Cognate experience (Industrial Training)
3. Applicants with Pass Grade in the ND will be required to have at least two (2) years Post National Diploma Industrial Experience .
4. Applicants in Agricultural Engineering Technology (Post-Harvest Technology options) are required to have at least a Lower Credit Grade at National Diploma (ND) programme in any of the followings:
1. Agricultural Engineering Technology
2. Agricultural Technology
3. Food Science Technology
* Applicants for Metallurgical Engineering Technology are expected to be graduates of National Diploma in Metallurgical Engineering Technology only.
* Applicants for Mining Engineering Technology are expected to be graduates of National Diploma in Mineral Resources Engineering Technology only.
* Holders of ND Computer Engineering are not admissible into HND
Elect/Elect. Engineering Technology and HND Computer Science
Programmes.
* Candidates will not be admitted in HND programmes different from those they had in their ND programmes.
* It is mandatory for HND Full-Time Applicants to fill the JAMB Registration Numbers used for their ND Programmes, Only Applicants with ND JAMB Registration Numbers will be considered for admission.
NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND) PROGRAMMES (PART-TIME)
1.Applicants for admission into Part-Time National Diploma (ND) programmes will be required to have a minimum of five (5) O/L Credits at SSCE, GCE, NECO, and NABTEB at not more than two sittings.
2. Credit Passes in Mathematics and English Language is compulsory for all Applicants seeking admission into any programme in the Polytechnic.
REMEDIAL STUDIES PROGRAMME
Applicants seeking admission into the Remedial Studies programme must be INDIGENES of KWARA STATE with at least five (5) passes in WASC/GCE/NECO/NABTEB which must include English Language and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Applications for admission will be done fully online. To make online payment for HND FULL TIME, HND PART TIME, ND PART TIME AND REMEDIAL STUDIES, follow the link through the school website: www.kwarapoly.edu.ng and other instructions there.
Note:
1. All applications attract a charge of Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) exclusive of bank and other charges.
2. All payments for application should be made through ‘College Pay’ using your Debit Card, Master Card, or Prepaid Card.
3. All applications close on 31st July, 2013.
Signed
M. O. Salami
Registrar

The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Thursday, June 06, 2013

U.I 2012/2013 2ND Semester Academic Calendar

This is the newly revised version of the University of Ibadan 2012/2013 2ND Semester Academic Calendar. You can now print it out or save it to somewhere safe for easy access. Check below.


REVISED ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR THE 2ND SEMESTER OF THE 2012/2013 SESSION

Sunday, June 02, 2013

2013 Crawford University Tuition Fee Bank Account

Crawford University School Fees Bank Account Information

You can make Payment for your Crawford University School fees at the following bank names and accounts.

Ecobank Bank PLC
Account Number  :  0021869959


Guarantee Trust Bank PLC
Account Number  :  0051223406,


Zenith Bank PLC
Account Number  :  1010785622

2013 FUOYE 1st Semester Exam Date Now Out




This is to inform all the students in the Federal University, Oye Ekiti  that the school management of the institution has fixed a date for the commencement of the 2012/2013 FUOYE 1st Semester Examination.

The scheduled date for the commencement of the 2012/2013 FUOYE examination is on the 10th of June, 2013. 


We wish you all the best in your forthcoming examination. And to those that are interested in furthering their academic pursuit in FUOYE should get ready.

Saturday, June 01, 2013

ALL ABOUT 2013/2014 FUPRE ADMISSION AND POST UTME

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into full-time degree programmes in the following Colleges:

1.  Science
2. Technology 


Applicant would need to satisfy the following general requirements:
(a) Admissions shall be through the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB);

(b) For admission to 100 level, candidates must possess five (5) credit passes at Senior Secondary School

Thursday, May 30, 2013

2013 Kogi State Poly Post Utme Now Out


Kogi State Poly Post UTME Cut Off, Admission 2013/2014
Kogi State Polytechnic Post UTME Cut Off, Admission 2013/2014: HND , OND, Full time , Part time.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following programmes of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin in the 2013/2014 Academic Session:
AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES
HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND), FULL-TIME PROGRAMMES (TWO SESSIONS)
The following programmes are available on Full-Time basis only for two academic sessions.
INSTITUTE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
1. Statistics
2. Science Laboratory Technology with options in Chemistry, Microbiology & Physics with Electronics.

BUK Latest News: 2013 Postgraduate Calendar

Announcement to all the students of the 2012/2013 academic session of the Bayero University, KANO popularly known by its acronym BUK Kano. The school management has made an announcement especially to the Bayero University, KANO Postgraduates about the release of the 2012/2013 BUK Postgraduate
Programmes Academic
Session.

Below are the events scheduled for the  2012/2013 BUK Postgraduate
Programmes Academic
Session.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

16,000 JAMB Results Finally Cancelled - Check Your Result Here

The Waiting Is Over. The final words have been said. Judgement have been passed. This information was what we got all the way from the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja during presentation of guide.

If you are among those that sat for the 2013 JAMB examination and by now, you are yet to see your result, then you are now in O.Y.O  ( JAMB means you are now "On Your Own")

Nothing less than 16, 000 2013 JAMB UTME Results will not be released.


I will strongly advise you to check it right now. If the reply message

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

All About the 2013 Fountain University Admission Post Utme

News updates just landed on our desk all the way from Osun State. It is also one of the recently established private universities in Nigeria. The name of the institution is the Fountain University, Oshogbo.

The institution is founded by the Nasrul-Lahi-Il-Fatih Society of Nigeria precisely in the month of May, 2007 and started academic school activities in the month of January, 2008. With a vision to be a pace-setting institution in terms of learning, character building and service to humanity. Its mission is to produce competent and resourceful graduates with high moral standards.

Its philosophy is the total development of men and women in an enabling environment through appropriate teaching, research and service to humanity, influenced by Islamic Ethics and Culture.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

2012/2013 UNIUYO 2nd Semester Resumes Date

Latest news updates just landed on our desk all the way from the University of Uyo in Akwa Ibom state.

We noted that the school management of the University of Uyo has announced the prĂ©cised date for the commencement of the 2012/2013 2nd Semester Academic Lectures.

Students are hereby urged to resume to school with immediate effect as the date for the commencement of the lectures is on the 27th Of  May, 2013.

You are all expected to be in school on or before the above date to continue

Monday, May 20, 2013

2013 ABU Mid Break Date Announced


This is to inform the entire school community of the Ahmadu Bello University that the  management of the school has decided on go on 1- week Mid Semester break.

The date has been scheduled and also announced for students to know. The 2013 Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) will commence comes the 27th Of May, 2013 down till the 2nd of June, 2013.

Moreover, the ABU school authorities has said that the

2013 AAU Ekpoma 2nd Semester Resumption


If you a student of the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Edo state and you are still at home enjoying their favourite meals, then you are missing alot. You need to get yourself updated on the latest Ambrose Alli University news.

This is to bring to your attention that the management of the Ambrose Alli University has resumed for the normal school activities for the 2nd semester for the academic year 2012/2013.

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

2013 JAMB Result Upgrade - How To Do It




THE 2013 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board - JAMB Result Upgrade has become the talk of the town overnight. Alot of advertisements have been on topix and other media showcasing their ability to upgrade your jamb score. Do you want to do it smart and clean? Read On

Friday, April 26, 2013

JAMB REGISTRAR ESCAPES ASSASSINATION

This is the latest news update that we got from our Parent Blog www.edubabs.com .We don't want you to miss it. Please go to www.edubabs.com for more details. Thanks
   The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

NSUK 2013 Resumption Date Announced


We got news updates coming from the Nasarawa State University, located in Keffi. There was a time ago that the students of the Nasarawa State University, NSUK Keffi were protesting on the death of their colleague due to scarcity of water. Well, this is to let you know about what the school management has done to address the issue at hand. For those that are the students of the Nasarawa

Saturday, April 13, 2013

JAMB CBT Exam New Date- Confirm Yours Now

Are you looking for the Latest news updates about the 2013 JAMB CBT examination? Then you are at the right place. Do you know that JAMB has postponed the 2013 JAMB CBT EXAMINATION date because of WAEC 2013 EXAM, then read on.

Latest Jamb CBT news has hit our desk to inform all the JAMB candidates for

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

3 LAUTECH Students Dead Killed By Drunk Driver

This is the latest news update we got from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) as 3 (Three) Students of the institution lost their lives when a drunk driver ran his vehicle into them.

The school environment and surroundings have been thrown into a morning state.

Few minutes after this horrible incident, the students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology(LAUTECH) began to cause havoc on motors and other vehicle at sight. They went ahead and made firebon (burning of tyres)

2013 FUTO PreDegree Exam Date Now Out

The Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) has her management announced the precised date for the commencement of the 2013 Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO)  Predegree examination for the aspiring students.

The school management has scheduled the examination to hold on the 15th of April, 2013 .

And also,it was noted in the report that we got that the regular or returning students will also resume on same day for the commencement of the 2012/2013 Second Semester academic session.

Saturday, April 06, 2013

KASU Convocation DATE is 15th and 16th April

The students community of the Kaduna State University (KASU) and the general public are informed about the 2013 KASU Convocation Ceremony Date.

The management of Kaduna State University (KASU) said they are prepared to host the 2013 KASU convocation in a grand style. Comes the 15th and the 16th of April, 2013, the convocation ceremony will be live.

The time for the event as scheduled by the management of the instituition is 10:00 AM Prompt.

You are all welcome to grace the Kaduna State University (KASU) 2013 Convocation ceremony.

Share and Spread ! Like US on FACEBOOK.


 The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

AUCHI POLY MATRICULATION DATE 12TH APRIL


Congratulations to the newly admitted students of the Auchi Poly, Auchi as the school management have shown their readiness to do the 2012/2013 Auchi Poly Matriculation for all the newly admitted students of the institution.


The Auchi Polytechnic management has announced to all the National Diploma (ND) freshers that their matriculation date ceremony is at hand.

The Auchi Poly management continued that the precised date for the great event

2013 BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION FOR UNILAG STUDENTS



The Counselling Unit of Students’ Affairs Division, University of Lagos is set to organize a Business Plan Competition for students of the University. The first prize is N250, 000.00 while the second prize is N150, 000.00 and the third Prize is N100, 000.00.

The competition which will be sponsored by Stanbic IBTC Bank aims: to promote business ideas in students and encourage them to become entrepreneurs; sensitize students on opportunities around them and to provide an opportunity for winners to access cash prizes which could serve as initial capital.

Students are hereby advised to present their business ideas in a business plan (the

SIWES ORIENTATION PROGRAMME DATE ANNOUNCED



The Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) Orientation Programme for students of the University of Lagos will commence on Monday, April 8, 2013.

The Programme is an annual event organized to inform and equip eligible students in the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Social Sciences (i.e Geography and Creative Arts) with necessary knowledge about the industrial work scheme.  Its objective is to ensure effective participation, interaction and comprehension of the information that would be needed by the students.

Below is the Programme Schedule:

BATCH 1:

DATE: Monday, April 8, 2013                      Time: 10.00 am – 12.00 noon  

TASUED 2013 Resume Date Announced

This information is coming from the Western University of Education. Students of the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) located at Ijagun in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state are to be aware of the resumption date announced by her management.
The management of the Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun has announced that the 8th of April, 2013, all the students are look forward to commencing the normal school activities. This is for the 2012/2013 Second Semester . www.edubabs.com

All About 2013 WAEC Biology Specimens Expo


 No man who worships education has got the best out of education.... Without a gentle contempt for education no man's education is complete.  ~G.K. Chesterton  

Alot of students has been trying their best to see that they score high grades in the 2013 West Africa Examination Council Exam. Some requested for the waec specimen 2013 for biology.
Now, you can have it. It is all here for you to read and study them. www.edubabs.com
I know that if you know some few things or have an idea what kind of specimen will be use, you can then go ahead and study about them (Waec Biology Specimen 2013) in details. What I think you should do now that have an ideal of what will be set, prepare well and God will help you . Study their features, uses and economic importance of all the specimen.
These are the specimens we think will be for the 2013 WAEC Examination for the Biology Practical.
WAEC BIOLOGY SPECIMEN 2013 


Friday, March 29, 2013

JAMB Expo 4 2013 Now Out - Click Here


I was just surfing the internet using a computer and I came across a funny pic that I couldn't help but to laugh. The picture at the left handside.
This may sound 'wierdo' but I know that some candidates that will be writing the 2013 JAMB UTME examination will be doing something similar to what is in the picture. Isn't that funny?
Well, to the issue at hand, it is not something big at all. It is just the one of the top search of students that are sitting for the 2013 JAMB examination.
"JAMB EXPO 2013"
It is not new. Not every candidate

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Official 2013 JAMB Statistics Released

Jamb Registrar - Prof. Ojerinde
It is no longer a news that the JAMB 2013 sale has already closed. Jamb Statistics Now Out. By now, all students are expected to get more prepared for the 2013 JAMB UME examination. But there is a regular email that my inbox has received which all is about the JAMB statistics. Though, it is from separate candidates and individual, I will be putting first 5 of all the institutions in Nigeria.

Here is what I mean, Five Universities with highest numbers of candidates. Five Polytechnic with the highest numbers and also five college of education across the nation.
It is a good thing to know your school JAMB statistics 2013. This will help

Monday, March 25, 2013

2012/2013 NUBAPOLY Matriculation Date Announced

Nubapoly has eventually decided to hold the official 2012/2013 NUBAPOLY Matriculation Event for all the newly admitted students. A date has been fixed. A day has been set for the matriculation and it will be on the 26th of March, 2013.

The institution had formerly postponed the ceremony indefinitely following the extension for registration exercise of new student.

NUBAPOLY however declare the new date as 26th of March, 2013. The school management has publicly showed the apology to the affected students and the general public for any disruptions this might have resulted.

We at JAMB UME Blog congratulates all the newly admitted students of Nuba Poly. Go and Make Mama Proud!

The Jamb Ume Blog Team.



Tuesday, March 19, 2013

UNILAG electronic-Tax Clearance Card Deadline


All members of staff of the University of Lagos who are yet to submit their Lagos State Government electronic-Tax Clearance Card (e-TCC) Application Form are hereby advised to do so on or before Wednesday,March 20, 2013 for onward submission to Lagos State Internal Revenue Service for processing.

The Card is the only evidence of payment of tax to the Lagos State Government. Holders of the card are safe from any form of embarrassment on Tax Clearance Certificate from Lagos State Agencies such as LASTMA.

INSTRUCTION
  • Download the e-TCC application form from: www.lasg-ebs-rcm.com;
  • Fill and submit the Form along with one passport photograph and photocopies of December 2012 Payslip and Staff I.D.Card to: Salaries and Wages Unit, 1st Floor, Senate House, Main Campus, Akoka.
Please note that members of staff who have already collected the card need not fill the form as the e-TCC has a 10-year validity period.


Monday, March 11, 2013

NECO Nov/Dec. 2012 Result Now Out - Check Here

This is to inform the general public that the NECO Examination results has been released officially on the  Neco Examination Results Checking Portal. If you are a candidate of the Nov/Dec 2012 Neco Exam, then you can now check how you do in the examination as the NECO council has released their exam.

How To Check Your NECO NOV/DEC 2012 Result

It is very simple to check. Follow the below steps to check it now.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

UNIBEN Vacancies Now Available - Apply Here





New Vacancies
Posted Tue, 2013-01-22 14:47
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for appointment into the following Academic positions

Click here to read more

http://www.uniben.edu/sites/default/files/user_8/academicposition-21-01-2013.pdf
 The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

2012/2013 LAUTECH MATRICULATION CEREMONY




This is to inform all fresh students of the Ladoke Akintola University that the 2012/2013 Matriculation Ceremony has been scheduled for:

9:00am on Thursday, February 28 , 2013.

All Fresh Students are to pay Five Hundred Naira (=N= 500.00) in their respective faculties for hiring of academic gowns for the ceremony. Evidence of payment for the academic gowns should be presented to the Faculty Officer who will issue the gown to such students. Such academic gowns should be returned to their Faculty Officers on or before Monday, March 4,2013, failing which a fine of One Hundred naira (=N= 100) per day would be imposed on the erring students.

All matriculating students are expected to assemble in front of the 1,200 Seater Lecture Theatre by 9:00am for the ceremony.



The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

2013 ASUU OAU Election To Hold Soon



This is to give notice to all members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife that the election into the local Executive Branch will be conducted on Thursday 28 March, 2013.

The following offices are open for election:

The Chairperson
The Vice-Chairperson
The Secretary
The Assistant Secretary
The Treasurer
The Financial Secretary
The Internal Auditor
The Welfare Officer
The Investment Secretary

To be eligible to run as a branch officer, a member must:
i. Not be on Sabbatical, leave of absence or study leave
ii. Not be a student in any university in Nigeria
iii. Be a confirmed staff
iv. Be an active member of the union
v. Not have been found guilty of any anti union activities
vi. Not have been related in any form of financial related misconduct or indictment

Nomination forms can be obtained from
i. ASUU Branch Secretariat
ii. Chairperson of the Electoral Committee Professor Adekoya, Humanities Block 3, Room 208
iii. Dr. B. Taleatu, Physics Department, Room 214

Deadline for submission of Completed Form is Tuesday 12 March, 2013.


The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

2013 ANSU First Semester Exam Date Announced


This is to inform you that the Anambra state University popularly addressed as ANSU has just announced the 2013 ANSU First Semester Examination Date.

The ANSU management has fixed the date for the 2012/2013 academic session. It is the starts comes from the 4th of March, 2013.

The ANSU management also made an announcement that all the students that are yet to pay for their fees should do so on or before the 2nd of March, 2013.


If you are one of those that are that are yet pay their fees, you are advised to go and pay because you may not be permitted to write the examination.

We wish you the best of the best in your examination.



The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

2012/2013 NUBAPOLY Matriculation Date Announced


This is to inform you that the Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic located in the heart of Zaria has just made an announcement for the general public.

The precised date for the 2012/2013 Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic has been announced and it will come to limelight on the 13th of March, 2013.

We are using this opportunity to congratulates the newly admitted students of the NUBAPOLY.



The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

AAUA Pre Degree Cut Off Marks Released


Just of recent, we got to know that the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) has released the cut off mark for the Pre degree students that partook of the pre degree examination. But it is not officially pasted online for view.

But this is an estimation of what will be used.



AAUA Pre Degree Science Cut Off Mark


The cut off mark for the AAUA Science Pre Degree will be 35 upwards.



AAUA Pre Degree Art And Social Science Cut Off Mark 

The cut off mark for the AAUA  Art And Social Science Pre Degree will be 40 and above.


If you fall into the estimated cut off marks above, then be of good cheer, you are on your way into the university. There is high percentage of your entry into the University (AAUA).






The Jamb Ume Blog Team.

2013 UNN Online Registration Deadline Announced

This is to inform the students' community of the  University Of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) that the UNN management has announced the official deadline for all the students to complete their online registration.

The UNN online registration portal has been open for a while and the school management has announced to the general public that they will be closing down the online portal down comes the 28th f February, 2013.

The school management has also noted that there are some students that are yet to make the payment of their fees.

According to a statement signed by the chairman of Fee Verification and Payment Committee.

Listed below are number of student in each faculty yet to pay their school fees

FACULTY NUMBERS OF STUDENTS

Agriculture 95
Arts 270
Biological Sciences 272
Business Administration 78
Dentistry 22
Education 173
Engineering 262
Environmental Studies 84
Health Sciences and Technology 120
Law 50
Medical Sciences 173
Pharmaceutical Sciences 92
Physical Sciences 237
Social Sciences 494
Vet. Medicine 44

The publication is to advise those that are yet to make the payment of their fees to do so before it  is  too late. And also complete your online registration on or before the 28th of February, 2013.

NOTE:

Those that do not pay their fees will not have the results of their exams for the session and also their names will be published on the UNN website.

The Jamb Ume Blog Team.


Sunday, February 17, 2013

Jamb 2013: JAMB UTME Physics Syllabus


PHYSICS 
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) syllabus in Physics is to prepare the candidates for the Board's examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:
(1) sustain their interest in physics;
(2) develop attitude relevant to physics that encourage accuracy, precision and objectivity;
(3) interpret physical phenomena, laws, definitions, concepts and other theories;
(4) demonstrate the ability to solve correctly physics problems using relevant theories and concepts.

DETAILED SYLLABUS
TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
1.    MEASUREMENTS AND UNITS

(a)Length area and volume:
     Metre rule, Venier calipers  
      Micrometer Screw-guage

(b)Mass
    (i) unit of mass
    (ii) use of simple beam balance

(c)  Time
   (i) unit of time
   (ii) time-measuring devices

(d)  Fundamental physical quantities

(e)Derived physical quantities and their units
   (i)  Combinations of fundamental quantities and determination of    
         their units

(f)  Dimensions
   (i) definition of dimensions 
    (ii) simple examples

(g)Limitations of experimental measurements

   (ii)  accuracy of measuring instruments
   (iii)  simple estimation of errors.
   (iv)  significant figures.
   (v)  standard form.

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.   identify the units of length area and volume;
ii.  use different measuring instruments; 
iii. determine the lengths, surface areas and volume of regular and irregular bodies;
iv.  identify the unit of mass;  
v.  use   simple   beam   balance, e.g Buchart's   balance   and  chemical  balance; 
vi.  identify the unit of time; 
vii. use different  time-measuring  devices; 
viii. relate   the   fundamental physical quantities to their units;
ix.  deduce the units of derived physical quantities;
x.   Determine the dimensions of physical quantities;
xi.   use the dimensions to determine the units of physical quantities; 
xii.  test the homogeneity of an equation; 
xiii. determine the accuracy of measuring instruments:
xiv.  estimate simple errors; 
xv.  express measurements in standard form.
TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
2.    Scalars and Vectors
   (i)  definition of scalar and vector quantities
   (ii)  examples of scalar and vector quantities
   (iii)  relative velocity
   (iv)  resolution of vectors into two Perpendicular directions including graphical methods of solution.

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.    distinguish between scalar and vector quantities;
ii.   give examples of scalar and vector quantities;
iii.  determine the resultant of two or more vectors;
iv.  determine relative velocity;
v.   resolve vectors into two perpendicular components;
vi.  use graphical methods to solve vector problems;
TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
3.    Motion

(a)  Types of motion: translational, oscillatory, rotational, spin and random
(b)  linear motion
   (i) speed, velocity and aceleration
   (ii)equations  of uniformly accelerated motion
   (iii) motion under gravity
   (iv) distance-time graph and velocity time graph
   (v) instantaneous velocity and acceleration.
(c)  Projectiles:
   (i) calculation of range, maximum height and time of flight
   (ii)applications of projectile motion
(d)  Newton's laws of motion: .
   (i) inertia, mass and force
   (ii) relationship between mass and acceleration
   (iii) impulse and momentum
   (iv) conservation of linear momentum (Coefficient of restitution not necessary)

(e)  Motion in a circle:
   (i) angular velocity and angular acceleration
   (ii)centripetal and centrifugal


(f.) Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M.):
definition and explanation of simple harmonic motion
examples of systems that excutes S.H.M
period frequency and amplitude of S.H.M.
velocity and acceleration of S.H.M
energy change in S.H.M


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to :

i.   identify different types of motion ;
ii.  differentiate between speed, velocity and acceleration;
iii.  deduce equations of uniformly  accelerated motion;
iv.  solve problems of motion under gravity;
v.   interpret distance-time graph and velocity-time graph;
vi.   compute instantaneous velocity and acceleration
vii.  establish expressions for the range, maximum height and time of flight of projectiles;
viii.  solve problems involving projectile motion;
ix.   interpret Newton's laws of motion;
x.   compare inertia, mass and force;
xi.   deduce the relationship between mass and acceleration;
xii.   solve numerical problems involving impulse and momentum;
xiii.   interpret the law of conservation of linear momentum;
xiv.   establish expression for  angular velocity, angular 
       acceleration and centripetal force; applications
xv. solve numerical problems involving motion in a circle;
xvi. establish the relationship between period and frequency;
xvii. analyse the energy changes occurring during S.H.M 

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES

4.  Gravitational field
(i.) Newton’s Law of universal gravitation 
(ii.) gravitational potential
(iii.) conservative and non conservative fields
acceleration due to gravity [g=GM/R]
variation of g on the earth’s surface
distinction between mass and weight
escape velocity
parking orbit and weightlessness

Candidate should be able to:
Identify the expressions for gravitational force between two bodies
Apply Newton’s law of universal gravitation;
Give examples of conservative and non-conservative and non-conservation fileds;
deduce the expression for gravitational field potential.
identify the causes of variation of g on the earth’s surface;
differentiate between mass amd weight 
determine escape velocity


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
5. Equilibrium of Forces

equilibrium of a particular
equilibrium of coplanar forces
triangles and polygon of forces
Lami’s theorem

Principles of moments
Momemt of a force
Simple treatment and moment of a couple (torgue)
application
conditions for equilibrium of rigid bodies under the action of parallel and non –parallel forces
resolution and composition of forces in two perpendicular directions, resultant and equilibrant
center of gravity and stability
Stable, unstable and neutral equilibrate.

OBJECTIVES
Candidate must be able to:
i.apply the conditions for the equilibrium of coplanar foirce to solve problems;
ii.use triangle and polygon laws of forces to solve equilibrium problems
iii.use Lami’s theorem to solve problems
iv.analyse the principle of moment of a force
v.determine moment of a force and couple
vi.describe some applications of moment of a force and couple.
vii.apply the conditions for the equilibrium of rigid bodies to solve problems
viii.resolve forces into two perpendicular directions;
ix.determine the resultant and equilibrium of forces
x.differentiate between stable, unstable and neutral equilibrium


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
6. Work Energy and Power

 (i)  definition of work, energy and power 
  (ii)  forms of energy 
  (iii)  conservation of energy 
  (iv)  qualitative treatment between different forms of energy 
  (v)  interpretation of area under the force-distance curve

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i   differentiate between work, energy and power;
ii.  compare different forms of energy, giving examples; 
iii.  apply the principle of conservation of energy;
iv.  examine the transformation between different forms of energy;. 
 v.    interpret the area under the force -distance curve. 

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
7.Friction

 (i)  static and dynamic friction
 (ii)  coefficient of limiting friction and its determination. 
  (iii)  advantages and disadvantages of friction 
  (iv)  reduction of friction qualitative treatment of viscosity and terminal viscosity. 
stoke's  law

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.  differentiate between static and dynamic friction
ii. determine the coefficient of limiting friction;
iii. compare the advantages and disadvantage of friction; 
iv. suggest ways by which friction can be reduced;
v. analyse factors that affect viscosity and terminal velocity; 
vi. apply stoke's law.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
8.Simple Machines

(i)   definition of machine 
(ii)  types of machines 
(iii)  mechanical advantage,velocity ratio and efficiency of      
     machines

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.  identify different types of machines;
ii. solve problems involving simple machines.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
9.Elasticity
.  (i)  elastic limit, yield point, breaking point, Hooke's law and Young's modulus 
  (ii)  the spring balance as a device for measuring force 
  (iii) work done in springs and elastic Strings

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.  interpret force-extension curves; .
ii.  interpret Hooke's law and Young's modulus of a material; ,
iii  use spring balance to measure force;
iv.  determine the work done in spring and elastic strings

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
10.Pressure
(a) Atmospheric Pressure
(i) definition of atmospheric pressure
(ii) units of pressure (S.I) units
(iii) measurement of pressure
(iv) simple mercury.baromcter,aneroid barometer and   manometer. 
(v) variation of pressure with height
(vi) the use of barometer as an altimeter. 
(b) Pressure in liquids 
(i) the relationship between pressure, depth and density (P = pgh) 
(ii) transmission of pressure in liquids (Pascal's Principle)      
(iii) application


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.  recognize the S.I units of pressure;
ii. identify pressure measuring instruments;
iii. relate the variation of pressure to height;
iv. use a barometer as an altimeter.
v. determine the relationship between pressure, depth and density; 
vi. apply the principle of transmission of pressure in liquids to solve problems; 
vii. determine the application of pressure in liquid;

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
11.Liquids At Rest
(i) determination of density of solid and liquids 
(ii) definition of relative density 
(iii)upthrust on a body immersed in a liquid 
(iv)Archimede's principle and law of floatation and applications, e.g. ships and hydrometers.

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to: 
i.   distinguish between density  and relative density of substances; 
ii.  determine the upthrust on a body immersed in a liquid
iii.  apply Archimedes' principle and law of floatation to solve problems

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
12.Temperature and Its Measurement

(i) concept of temperature
(ii) thermometric properties
(iii)calibration of thermometers
(iv) temperature scales —Celsius and Kelvin. 
(v) types of thermometers 
(vi) conversion from one scale  of temperature to another


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:
i.  identify thermometric properties of materials that'are used for different thermometers;
ii.  calibrate thermometers;
iii. differentiate between temperature scales e.g Clesius and Kelvin.
iv.  compare the types of thermometers;
vi.  convert from one scale of temperature to another.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
13. Thermal Expansion

(a) Solids
(i)  definition and determination of linear, volume and area expansivities 
(ii)  effects and applications, e.g. expansion in building strips and railway lines
(vi) relationship between different expansivities

(b) Liquids 

(i) volume expansivity 
(ii) real and apparent expansivities 
(iii) determination of volume expansivity 
(iv) anomalous expansion of water

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:
i.  determine linear and volume expansivities;
ii.  assess the effects and applications of thermal expansivities
iii.  determine the relationship between different expansivities.
iv. determine volume, apparent, and real expansivities of liquids; 
v. analyse the anomalous expansion of water.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
14.Gas Laws

 (i)   Boyle's law (PV = constant)
 (ii)  Charle's law ( V/P = constant)
 (iii)  Pressure law ( P/T = constant)
 (iv)  Absolute zero of temperature
(v)   General gas equation ( PV /T= constant) 
 (vi)  Ideal gas equation (Pv=n RT) 


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i.   interpret the gas laws;
ii.  use expression of these laws to solve numerical problems.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
15.Quantity of Heat
(i)   heat as a form of energy
(ii)  definition of heat capacity and specific heat capacity of solids and liquids
(iii) determination of heat capacity and specific heat capacity of substances by simple methods e.g method of mixtures and electrical method

OBJECTIVES 
Candidates should be able to:

i. differentiate between heat capacity and specific heat capacity; 
ii. determine heat capacity and specific heat capacity using simple methods; 
iii. examine some numerical problems.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
16.Change of State
(i)   latent heat
(ii)  specific latent heats of fusion and vaporization; 
(iii)  melting, evaporation and boiling 
(iv)  the influence  of pressure  and  of dissolved substances on boiling and melting points. 
(v)  application in appliances


OBJECTIVES 
Candidates should be able to: 

i.   differentiate between latent heat and specific latent heats of fusion and vaporization;
ii.  differentiate between melting, evaporation and boiling; 
iii. examine the effects of pressure and of dissolved substance on boiling and melting points.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
17.Vapours
(i)  unsaturated and saturated vapours 
(ii) relationship between saturated vapour pressure (S.V.P) and boiling        
(iii) determination of  S.V.P  by barometer tube method 
(iv) formation of dew, mist,  fog, and rain 
(v)  study of dew point, humidity and relative humidity 
(vi) hygrometry;    estimation    of  the humidity of the atmosphere using wet and dry bulb hydrometers.

OBJECTIVES 
Candidates should be able to: 

i.   distinguish between saturated and unsaturated vapours;
ii.   relate saturated vapour pressure to boiling point;
iii.  determine S.V.P by barometer tube method
iv.  differentiate   between   dew point, humidity and relative humidity; 
v   estimate the humidity of the atmosphere   using   wet   and dry bulb hydrometers.


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

18.Structure of Matter and Kinetic Theory
(a) Molecular nature of matter
(i) atoms and molecules
(ii) molecular theory: explanation of Brownian motion, diffusion, surface tension, capillarity, adhesion, cohesion and angles of contact
(iii) examples and applications.

(b)Kinetic Theory
(i)  assumptions of the kinetic theory 
(ii) using the theory to explain the  pressure  exerted  by  gas,  Boyle's


OBJECTIVES

Candidates should be able to:

i.    differentiate between atoms and molecules;
ii.   use molecular theory to explain Brownian motion, diffusion, surface, tension, capillarity, adhesion, cohesion and angle of contact;
iii.   examine the assumptions of kinetic theory;
interpret kinetic theory, the pressure exerted by gases Boyle’s law, Charles law melting, boiling vaporization, change in temperature, evaporation, etc

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

19. Heat Transfer
Condition, convetion and radiation as modes of heat transfer 
Temperature gradient, thermal conductivity and heat flux
Effect of the nature of the surface on the energy radiated and absorbed by it.
The conductivites of common materials
The thrmos flask Land and sea breeze

OBJECTIVES

Candidates should be able to:

i. differentiate between conduction , convention and radiation as modes of heart transfer;
ii. determine temperature gradient, thermal conductivity and heat flux
iii. assess the effect of the nature of the surface on the energy radiated and absorbed by it;
iv. compare the conductivities of commonmaterials
v. relate  the component part of the working of the thermo flask;
vi. different between land and sea breeze.


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

20. Waves 

Production and propagation
Wave motion
Vibrating systems as source of waves
Waves as mode of energy transfer
distinction between particle motion and wave motion
relationship between frequency wavelength and wave velocity (v=f?)
phase difference
progressive wave equation e.g y=A sin (2 p(vt+x))/?

Classification
Types of waves; mechanical and electromagnetic waves
Longitudinal and transverse waves
Stationery and progressive waves
Examples of waves from springs, ropes, stretched strings and the ripple tank.

Chracteristics/Properties
Reflection, refractions, diffraction and plane Polarization
Superposition of waves e.g interference 


OBJECTIVES

Candidate should be a ble to 

i. Interpret wave motion
ii. Identify vibrating systems as sources of waves
iii. Use waves as a mode of energy transfer;
iv. Distinguish between particle motion and wave motion 
v. Relate frequency and wave length to wave velocity
vi. Determine phase difference
vii. Use the progressive wave equation to compute basic wave parameters
viii. Differentiate between mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
ix. Differentiate between longitudinal and transverse waves.
x. Distinguish between stationary and progressive waves
xi. Indicate the example of waves generated from springs, ropes, stretched strings and the ripple tank;
xii. Differenctiate between reflection, refraction, diffraction and plane polarization of waves.
xiii. Analyse the principle of superposition of waves.


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
21. Propagation of sound waves

the necessity for a material medium
speed of sound in solids, liquids and air;
reflection of sound; echoes, reverberation and their applications
disadvantages of echoes and reverberations


OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to:
i. determine the need for a metrial medium in the propagation of sound waves
ii. compare the speed of sound in solids liquid and air
iii. relate the effects of temperature and pressure to the speed of sound in air
solve problem on echoes, reverberation
iv.compare the disadvantages and echoes


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

22. Characteristics of sound waves 
(i) noise and musical notes
(ii) quality, pitch, intensity application and loudness and their application to musical instruments
(iii)simple treatment of overtones produced by vibrating strings and their coloumns [F=L/2Lv(T/M)]
acoustic examples of resonance
frequency of a note emitted by air columns in closed and open pipes in relation to their lengths.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

23. Light Energy

Source of Light:
Natural and artificial source of light
Luminous and non-luminous objects

Propagation of light 
   Speed frequency and wavelength of light
(ii) Formation of shadows and eclipse
The pin-hole camera 

OBJECTIVES
Candidate  should be able to:
i. Compare the natural and artificial sources of light
ii.Differentiate between luminous and non luminous object
iii. Relate the speed, frequency and wavelength of light.
iv. Interpret the formation of shadows and eclipse
v. Solve problems using the principle of operation of a pin-hole camera

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

24. Reflection of light a Plane and curved surfaces 
(i) laws of reflection
(ii) application of reflection of light
(iii) Formation of images by plane concave and convex mirrors and ray diagrams
(iv) use of the mirror formula

[1/f=(1/u)+(1/v)
(v) Linear magnification

OBEJCTIVES

Candidates should be able to 
i. Interpret the laws of reflection 
ii. Illustrate the formation of images by plane, concave and convex mirros:
iii. Apply the mirror formula to solve optical problems;
iv. Determine the linear magnification
v. Apply the laws of reflection of light to the working of periscope, kaleidoscope and the sextant.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
25. Refraction of light through 
(a)Plane and Curved Surface
(i) explanation of refraction in terms of velocity of light in the media
(ii) laws of refraction
(iii) definition of refraction index of a medium
(iv) determination of refraction index of glass and liquid using Snell’s law
(v) real and apparent depth and lateral displacement
(vI) critical angle and total internal reflection

(b) Glass Prism
Use of the minimum deviation formula

U=(sin((A+D)/2))/sin(A/2)
Type of lenses
Use of formula 1/f = (1/u) + (1/v)
magnification

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to: 
i. interpret the laws of refelction ;
ii. determine the refractive index of glass and liquid using Snell’s law;
iii.determine the refractive index using the principle of real and apparent depth
iv. determine the conditions necessary for total internal refelction;
v. examine the use of periscope, prism, binoculars, optical fibre.
vi.Apply the principles of total internal reflection to the formula of mirage
vii. Use of lens formula and ray diagrams to solve optical numerical problems
viii.Determine the magnification of an image
ix.Calculate the refractive index of a glass prism suing minimum deviation formula

TOPIC/CONTENT/NOTEs
26. Optical Instruments
(i) the principles of miscroscopes, telescopes, projections, cameras and the human eye (physiological details of the eye are not required)
(ii) power of a lens
(iii) Angular magnification
(iv) site defects and their corrections 

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to
i. apply the principles of operation of optical instruments to solve problems
ii.distinguish between the human eye and the cameras
iii. calculate the power of a lens
iv. determine the angular magnification of optical instruments
v. determine the near and far points
vi. detect sight defects and their corrections.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 

27 (a) dispersion of light and colours
Dispersion of white light by a triangular prism
Production of pure spectrum
Colour mixing by addition and subtraction
Colour of objects abd colour filters.

(b) electromagnetic spectrum
(i) description of sources and uses of various types of radiation

OBJECTIVES

Candidates should be able to 

i. Relate the expression for gravitational force between two bodies
ii. Apply Newton’s laws of universal gravitation
iii. Identify primary colours and obtain secondary colour by mixing.
iv. Deduces why objects have colours
v. Analyse colours using colour filters
vi. Analayse the electromagnetic spectrum in relation to their wavelengths, sources, detection and uses.


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES
28. Electrostatics
(i) existence of ositive and negative charges in matter
(ii) charging a body by friction, contact and induction
(iii) electroscope
(iv) Coulomb’s inverse square law electric field and potential
Electric field and potential

OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to:
i. Identify charges
ii. Examine uses of an electronscope
iii.apply coulomb’s square law of electrostatic to solve problems
iv. deduce expression for electric field and potential 
v. identify electric field flux patterns of isolated and interacting charges 
vi. analyze the distribution of charges on a conductor and how it is used I lightening conductors.

Conductor and how it is used in lightening conductors

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES

29. Capacitors

Functions of capacitors
Parallel plate capacitors
Capacitance of a capacitors
The relationship between capacitance, area separation of plates and medium between the plates [C=3A/d]
Capacitors in series and parallel
Energy stored in a capacitor


OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to:
i. determine uses of capacitors
ii. analyse parallel plate capacitors
iii. determine the capacitance of a capacitor
iv. analyse the factors that affect the capacitance of a capacitor
v. solve problems involving the arrangement of capacitor
vi. determine the energy stored in capacitors


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES

30. Electric Cells
(i) simple voltaic cell and its defects;
(ii) Daniel cell, Leclanche cell (wet and dry)
(iii) lead acid accumulator and Nickel Iron (Nife) Lithium Ion and Mercury cadmium
(iv) maintenance of cells and batteries (detail treatment of the chemistry of a cell is not required
(v) arrangement of cell

OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to:
i. identify the defects of the simple voltaic cell and their corrected;
ii. compare different types of cells including solar cell
iii. compare the advantages of lead-acid and Nikel iron accuulator
iv. citance of a capacitor
v. solve problems involving series and parallel combination of cells


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES

31. Current Electricity
(i) electromagnetic force (emf), potential difference (p.d.), current, internal resistance of a cell and lost volt
(ii) Ohm’s law
(iii) measurement of resistance 
(iv) meter bridge 
(v) resistance in series and in parallel and their combination
the potentiometer method of measuring emf, current and internal resistance of a cell.

OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to:
i. differentiate between emf p.d current and internal resistance of a cell.
ii. apply ohm’s law to solve problems
iii. Use meter bridge to calculate resistance 
iv. Compute effective total resistance of both parallel and series arrangement of resistors
v. determine the resistivity and the conductivity of a conductor
vi. measure emf current and internal resistance of a cell using the potentiometer.


32.Electrical Energy and Power
(i)   concepts of electrical energy and power 
(ii)   commercial unit of electric energy and power
(iii)  electric power transmission 
(iv)   heating effects of electric current. 


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to: 

i. apply the expressions of electrical energy and power to solve problems; 
ii. analyse how power is transmitted from the power station to the consumer;
iii. identify the heating effects, of current and its uses.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
33.Magnets and Magnetic Fields
(i)   natural and artificial magnets
(ii)   magnetic properties of soft iron and steel 
(iii)  methods of making magnets and demagnetization
(iv)   concept of magnetic field
(v)   magnetic field of a permanent magnet 
(vi)   magnetic field round a straight current carrying conductor, circular wire and solenoid 
 (vii)   properties of the earth's magnetic Meld; north and south poles, magnetic meridian and angle of dip and declination 
 (viii)  flux and flux density 
 (ix)   variation of magnetic field intensity over the earth's  surface
(x)   applications: earth's magnetic field in navigation and mineral exploration.

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i. give examples of natural and artificial magnets
ii. differentiate between the magnetic properties of soft iron and steel;
iii. identify  the  various  methods of making magnets and  demagnetizing magnets;
iv. describe how to keep a magnet from losing its magnetism;
v. determine the flux pattern exhibited when two magnets are  placed together pole to pole;
vi. determine  the  flux  of a current carrying conductor, circular wire and solenoid including the polarity of the solenoid;
vii. determine the flux pattern of magnetic placed in the earth's magnetic fields;
viii. identify the magnetic elements of the earth's flux; 
ix.  determine the variation of earth's magnetic field on the earth's surface; 
x.     examine the applications of   the earth's magnetic field.

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
34.Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field
quantitative treatment of force between two parallel current carrying conductors.
Force on a charge moving in a magnetic field
The dc motor
Electromagnets
Carbon microphone
Moving coil and moving iron instruments
Conversion of galvanometers to ammeters and voltmeter using shunts and multipliers

OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i. determine the direction of force on a current carrying conductor using Fleming’s left-hand rule:
ii. interpret the attractive and repulsive forces between two parallel current carrying conductors using diagrams:
iii. determine the relationship between the force, magnetif field strength, velocity and the angle though which the charge enters the field
iv. interpret the working of the d. c. motor
v. analyse the principle of electromagnets give examples of its application
vi.compare moving iron and moving coil instruments
vii. converts a galvanometer into an ammeter or a voltmeter


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
35. (a) Electromagnetic Induction

Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
Factors affecting induced emf
Lenz’s law as an illustration of the principle of conservation of energy 
A.c and d.c generators
Transformers
The induction coil

(b) Inductance 
i. Explanation of inductance’ 
ii. Unit of inductor
iii. Energy stored ina n inductance
E= 1I2 L/2
iv. Application/uses of inductors

c.Eddy Current

i. reduction of eddy current
ii. application of eddy current


OBJECTIVES
Candidates should be able to:

i. interpret the laws of electromagnetic induction
ii. identify the factors affecting induced emf; 
iii. recognize how Lenz’ law illustrates the principle of conservation of energy
iv. interpret the diagrammatic setup of A.C. generators;
v. indentify the types of transformer
vi. examine principles of operation of transformers
vii. assess the functions of an induction coil
viii. draw some conclusions from the principles of operation of an induction coil
ix. interpret the inductance of an inductor
x. recognize units of inductance of an inductor
xi. calculate the effective total inductance in series and parallel arrangement.
xii. deduce the expression for the energy stored in an inductor;
xiii. examine the applications of inductors
xiv. describe the method by which eddy current losses can be reduced.
xv. determine the ways by which eddy current can be used.


TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES 
36. Simple A.C. Circuits
i. Explanation of a.c current and voltage
ii. Peak and r.m.s values
iii. A.C. sources connected to a resistor
iv. A.C. sources connected to a capacitor-capacitive reactance
v. A.C. sources connected to an inductor-inductive reactance
vi. Series R-L-C circuits
vii. Vector diagram
viii. Reactance and impedance of alternative quantities
ix. Effective voltage in an R-L-C circuits
x. Resonance and resonance frequency
[F0 =1/(2pvLC)



OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to
i. identify A.C. current of and d. d. voltage
ii. differentiate between the peak and r.m.s. values of a.c
iii. determine the phase difference between current and voltage
iv. nterpret series R-L-C circuit
v. analyse vector diagrams
vi. calculate the effective voltage reactance and impedance
vii. recognize the condition by which the circuit is at resonance
viii. determine the resonant frequency of R-L-C arrangement
ix. determine the instantaneous power, average power and the power factor in a circuit.

37. Conduction of Electricity through liquid
(a) liquids
(i) electrolytes and non electrolytes
(ii) concept of electrolysis
(iii) Faradays law of electroysis
(iv) application of electrolysis e.g electroplating, calibration of ammeter etc.


(b) gases
(i) discharges through gases(quantitative treatment only)
(ii) application of conduction of electricity through gases



OBJECTIVES


Candidate should be able to
i. distinguish  between electrolytes and non-electrolytes
ii. analyse the processes of electrolytes
iii. apply faraday’s laws of electrolysis to solve problems
iv. analyse discharge through gases
v. determine some applications/uses of conduction of electricity through gases.

TOPIC/COMMENT/NOTES

38. Elementary Modern Physics

(i) models of the atom and their limitations
(ii) elementary structure of the atom
(iii) energy level and spectra
(iv) thermionic and photoelectric emissions
(v) einstein’s equation and stopping potential
(vi) applications of thermionic emissions and photoelectric effects
(vii) simple method of production of x-rays
(viii) properties and applications of alpha, beta and gamma rays.
(xiii) halflife and decay constant
(xiv) simple ideas of production energy by fission
(xv) binding energy, mass defect and Eintein’s Energy equation[?E=?Mc^2
(xvi) wave-particle paradox (duality of matter)
(xvii) electron diffraction
(xviii) the uncertainty principle


OBJECTIVES
Candidate should be able to
i. identify the models of the atom and write their limitation
ii. describe elementary structure of the atom
iii. differentiate between the energy levels and spectra of atom
iv. compare thermionic emission and photoelectric effects
v. apply  Einstein’s equation to solve problems of photoelectric effect
vi. calculate the stopping potential
vii. relate some application of thermionic emission and photoelectric effects
viii. interpret the process involved in the production of x-rays
ix. identify come properties and application of x-rays
x. analyse elementary radioactivity.
xi. distinguish between stable and unstable nuclei
xii. Identify isotopes of an element
xiii. compare the properties of alpha beta and gamma rays
xiv. relate half life and decay constant of a radioactive element
xv. determine the binding energy, mass defect and Einsteins’s energy equation 
xvi. analyse wave particle duality
xvii. Solve some numerical problems based on the uncertainty principle

TOPIC/COMMENT/NOTES

39. Introductory Electronics
(i) distinguish between metals semi conductors and insulators(elementary knowledge of band gap is required)
(ii) intrinsic and extrinsic semi conductor
(iii)uses of semiconductors and diodes in rectification and transistors in amplification.
(iv) n-type and p-type semi-conductors
(v) elementary knowledge of diode and transistors
(vi) use of semiconductors and diodes in rectification and transistors in amplification

OBJECTIVES
Candidates ’should be able to 
i. differentiate between conducturs, semi conductors and insulators
ii. distinguish between intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors
iii.distinguish between electron and hole carrier
iv. distinguish between n-type and p-type semi-conductor
vi. analyse diodes to rectification and transistor to amplification

Physics 
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