It’s a complete turn of planet earth around the sun. A year is done and here we go again. Welcome to 2023 and Happy New Year!!!
We did this in previous years, 2022 and 2019. It is to set the tune for the new year and put you in the mood for the academic year ahead. Every new year, there is excitement in the air. After the euphoria has quietened, the long walk begins.
The eight months strike embarked on by the academic staff union of Nigerian universities ASUU have been called of two week ago. Different universities across Nigeria have been announcing resumption dates for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Also, a number of academic activities like sale of postgraduate forms, screening test, clearance and others have resumed. A list of schools and their postgraduate schedule are below.
Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo held its 11th postgraduate convocation ceremony on Sunday 31st July 2022. The institution also held its 20th undergraduate convocation ceremony as part of an elaborate events that span a couple of days.
Babcock University is a leading private university in Nigeria. It was founded by the Seventh Day Adventist in Nigeria and is the oldest private university in Nigeria.
National Teacher’s Institute NTI to release backlog of PGDE Certificates
The Chief Executive of the Nigerian Teacher’s Institute, Professor Musa Garba Maitafsir said that the institute has eliminated delay in processing and collection of certificates. The National Teacher’s Institute NTI have a backlog of certificates not yet award. NTI awards postgraduate diploma in education and other education related programmes.
IELTS is an acronym for International English Language Testing System. It is a major certification of proficiency in English Language. IELTS
checks and rates the test taker on speaking, reading, writing and listening skills in the language.
English speaking nations in the developed world have used IELTS as a means of qualifying immigrants. In addition, universities in English speaking nations often ask for a proficiency in English test like IELTS before granting admission to international students.
This post was originally written and posted in August 2019. When the website server crashed, the post was deleted. This is a backup copy but reposted.
President Muhammadu Buhari recently sent a list of 43 Ministers designate to the Senate for screening. It took President Buhari about two months to pick his team that would drive the Next level agenda. After a screening by the Senate, with all gaining approval and confirmation. The nation awaits the president to reel out their portfolios, and finally, hit the ground running.
While there’s a lot of politics about who is fit or not to be a Minister, Postgraduate Nigeria has searched and brings you the most educationally qualified among the soon-to-be sworn in Ministers of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Hopefully we can tally their academic work with the Ministry to head and what they have to offer to Nigeria. Personal success shows in public service..