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Career Day At Mindbuilders

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Career Day At Mindbuilders

Career Day at MindBuilders If the lot, the pair of Ope Ebetusin and Chiamela Aigbedion appeared to have stolen the show. Decked in their well-ironed police uniform and a pair of black shoes to match, the pair sauntered onto the podium, four others in tow, their toy guns carefully tucked in their left hands. They […]

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Exit Of A Teachers’ Teacher

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Exit Of A Teachers’ Teacher

Exit of a teachers’ teacher The late Prof Chinua Achebe’s books were a must read in secondary schools not too long ago. They were recommended texts for Literature in English, which pupils sat for in the West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE). Many believe that the books should return to schools’ curriculum. Kofoworola Belo-Osagie, Adegunle […]

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NIGERIA, OTHERS TO BENEFIT FROM HELP

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NIGERIA, OTHERS TO BENEFIT FROM HELP

Nigeria, others to benefit from HELP August 14, 2012 by Olabisi Deji-Folutile with agency report Nigeria is one of the six countries  in Africa to benefit from the Higher Education Leadership Programme being spearheaded by the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa. The World University News reports claims CODESRIA has called […]

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STUDENTS SUE FOR LOSSES DURING LECTURERS’ STRIKE

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STUDENTS SUE FOR LOSSES DURING LECTURERS’ STRIKE

Students sue for losses during lecturers’ strike August 14, 2012 by Agency Reporter University of Malawi students have sued the institution’s council for losses they incurred during an eight-month academic freedom protest by lecturers, who have in turn passed a vote of no confidence in the institution’s authorities. After being slapped with a US$212,000 lawsuit […]

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TUITION FEES HIKE REDUCES NUMBER OF VARSITY APPLICANTS

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TUITION FEES HIKE REDUCES NUMBER OF VARSITY APPLICANTS

Tuition fees hike reduces number of varsity applicants August 14, 2012 by Agency Reporter The increase in tuition fees to a maximum of £9,000 a year has led to a “clear drop” in the number of English students applying for university places this autumn, an independent analysis of the impact of the coalition’s controversial reform […]

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