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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Redeemer's University Post-UTME Registration 2016/2017 Announced

This is to inform the public that the Redeemer's University has announced the 2016/2017 Post-UTME application 

Available programmes 
Actuarial Science
Banking and Finance
Business Administration
Communication and Media Studies
Computer Science
English & Professional Communication
History & International Studies
Industrial Chemistry
Industrial Mathematics
Mass Communication
Performing Arts (Theatre Arts/Film Studies)
Physics with Electronics
Political Science
Social Work
Tourism Studies
Transport Management

Method Of Application
Please click here to create a profile before making payment with your ATM card or visit any of the E-Tranzact partner banks to pay the sum of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only for the Redeemer’s University Post UTME using the eTransact platform.

Supply a valid JAMB number and other personal details at the bank and obtain a receipt containing your jamb number and a confirmation order number.

Re-visit to proceed to completion of the application proper.

Screening Details
RUN Post-UTME screening date will be announced soon. 

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Important Notice To All NDA 68th Regular Course Applicants

This is to inform all NDA 68th Regular Course applicants that exam cards are now available for shortlisted applicants. 

Also candidates are advised to take note of the following;

-Applicants must print their exam cards before 11.59pm April 3rd, 2016.

-The Jamb Score and Exam number are not active for selection as they are not needed, Just select your center and print the card.

-If your passport or course does not appear on your Exam card, send an email with your ADM NO. and the passport/course with this as subject "PASSPORT/COURSE UPDATE". No RRR codes please only ADM no.

-Applicants whose faculties did not appear on their exam cards or acknowledgement forms should please reprint them. 

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JAMB Computer Based Test [CBT] Has Come Here To Stay, No Going Back- FG Concludes

The Federal Government has stated that the JAMB CBT has come to stay and there is no going back on that. This was disclosed by the Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwuka. According to him, “The Computer Based Tests have been institutionalised by JAMB and there is no going back on this policy. Computer literacy is now in vogue all over the world and anybody that decides to deny himself this competency, has himself to blame”. Concerning the recent protest by some candidates over the CBT examination policy, the Minister said: “If a student, who goes out there and fails the CBT examination, decides to carry placard against JAMB instead of making concerted effort to be computer literate, that is his business”.

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Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Graphic Photos Of UNIPORT Student Killed By Rival Cult Group On Easter Day

A student of University of Port-Harcourt was gruesomely murdered by rival cultists on Sunday while others were celebrating the Easter...The student identified as Clinton Opribo Amos -was murdered in at Valandy Hotel, Aluu area in Rivers state. According to online reports, it is widely believed that a girl that arranged the murder of the guy. He was shot in the head and stomach. RIP to him 

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2016 NUC Latest University Ranking ......You Can't Believe The University That Came First This Time Around!

2016 NUC Latest University Ranking As UI Tops The Listed As Number 1
The University governing body on academic and performance known as National University Commission, NUC, recently in 2016 released the universities in Nigeria and rank the first 100 ranking of Nigerian universities.

The ranking who see the University of Ibadan UI topping the list and the University of Lagos falling download to 2nd place and while the University of Benin UNIBEN down to 3rd place. while the bottom three university are Federal University Lokoja, Lokoja at the 98th position and at 99th position is the Federal University Kashere, Kashere and the 100th position is Rhema University Obeama-Asa

Here is the complete list of the 2016 NUC Latest University Ranking in Nigeria

1. University of Ibadan, UI,  Oyo State.

2. University of Lagos, Unilag, Lagos, Lagos State

3. University of Benin, Uniben, Benin City, Edo State

4. Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU, Osun State

5. Ahmadu Bello University, Abu, Zaria, Kaduna State

6. University of Ilorin, Unilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State

7. University of Jos, Unijos, Jos, Plateau State Nigeria.

8. University of Port Harcourt, Uniport, Rivers State

9. University of Maiduguri, Unimaid, Borno State

10. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State

11. Lagos State University, LASU, Lagos State

12. Federal University of Technology Owerri, Futo, Imo State

13. Covenant University, CU, Ota, Ogun State

14. University of Nigeria, UNN, Nsukka, Enugu State

15. Federal University of Technology Akure, Futa, Ondo State

16. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Unizik or NAU, Awka Anambra State

17. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Esut, Agbani, Enugu State

18. Pan African University. PAU, Lagos, Lagos State

19. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology. Lautech, Oyo State

20. Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, Adamawa state

21. African University of Science and Technology, Abuja,

22. University of Uyo, Uniuyo, Akwa Ibom State

23. Bayero University Kano, Buk, Kano State

24. Ambrose Alli University, AAU, Ekpoma, Edo State

25. Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun State

26. Babcock University, Erunmu, Oyo State,

27. Federal University of Technology, MInna, Niger State

28. University of Calabar, Unical, Cross River State

29. Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State,

30. Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo State,

31. Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State

32. Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Rsust, Port Harcourt, Rivers State

33. Lead City University,  Ibadan, Oyo State

34. Crawford University, Igbesa Ogun State,

35. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, ATBU, Bauchi State

36. Abia State University, Absu, Uturu, Abia State

37. Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto, Sokoto State

38. Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State

39. Imo State University, Imsu, Owerri, Imo State

40. Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa

41. Bells University of Technology, Ota, Ogun State

42. Kwara State University, Baruba, Kwara State

43. Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State

44. Caleb University, Lagos, Lagos State

45. Obong University Obong, Obong Ntak, Akwa Ibom State,

46. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State,

47. Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State

48. American University of Nigeria, Yola, Adamawa State

49. Joseph Ayo Babalola University,  Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State

50. Veritas University FCT, Abuja

51. Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State

52. Kaduna State University, Kaduna State

53. Osun State University Oshogbo, Osun State

54. Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University Katsina, Katsina State

55. Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State

56. Salem University Lokoja, Benue State

57. Novena University Ogume,  Delta State

58. Achievers University, Ondo State State

59. Benson Idahosa University, Benin City, Edo State

60. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State

61. University of Abuja, FCT Abuja

62. University of Mkar Mkar,  Benue State,

63. Madonna University Okija,  Anambra State

64. Bingham University Auta Balifi, Nasarawa State

65. Plateau State University Bokkos, Plateau State

66. Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun, Delta State

67. Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State,

68. Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja

69. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University,  Lapai. Niger State.

70. Landmark University, Omu-Aran,  Kwara State

71. Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State

72. University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue state

73. Renaissance University, Agbani, Enugu State

74. Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State.

75. Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-ode, Ogun State

76. Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State

77. Kano State University of Technology Wudil, Kano State

78. Tansian University, Umunya, Anambra State

79. Akwa Ibom State University, Uyo State

80. Baze University, Abuja

81. Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, Aliero, Kebbi State

82. Benue State University Makurdi, Benue State

83. Adeleke University Ede, Osun State

84. Ondo State University of Science & Technology Okitipupa

85. Kogi State University Anyigba

86. Western Delta University Oghara

87. Federal University, Wukari Wukari

88. Paul University Awka

89. Caritas University Enugu

90. Federal University, Lafia Lafia

91. Cross River University of Science & Technology Calabar

92. Fountain University Oshogbo

93. Al-Hikmah University Ilorin

94. Godfrey Okoye University Ugwuomu-Nike

95. Oduduwa University Ile Ife

96. Anambra State University Uli

97. Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye

98. Federal University, Lokoja Lokoja

99. Federal University, Kashere Kashere

100. Rhema University Obeama-Asa 

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Vacancy: Yobe State University Center For Research And Capacity Development On Humanitarian Studies Begins Recruitment

Yobe State University, Damaturu.
Center for Research and Capacity Development on Humanitarian Studies (CRCDHS)

The Centre for Research and Capacity Development in Humanitarian Studies (CRCDHS) has specifically been established for people with or without prior field experience who wish to undertake or develop a career in the humanitarian sector. In addition, the Centre is engaged in teaching, capacity development for practicing professionals and research related to emergency humanitarian response. Initial success has been attained through hosting of food security focused emergency response training offered by the World Food Programme (WFP)

The Centre is now developing a course module for Diploma training programme that will give evidence-based training on globally recognized core humanitarian competencies that are essential for anyone involved in disaster response and/or humanitarian assistance.

The core deliverable of the Centre is to students and practitioners prepared with sound knowledge of the background and context of humanitarian emergencies, doctrines and operational procedures for response, familiarity with the international humanitarian law and well framed awareness of the some of the current trends and dilemmas of emergency situations.

The inter linkages and integrated nature of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are of crucial importance in ensuring that the purpose of CRCDHS are met.

The centre is an institutional learning platform for humanitarian organizations to optimize locally based teaching capacity. In view of WFP’s ongoing technical cooperation with NEMA and SEMA the Centre supports related activities through institutional support to enhance preparedness capacities, emergency response and disaster risk reduction.

Learning Areas

Technical areas of learning, research and expertise to be incorporated into the Centre’s curriculum include topics already being offered by WFP and other learning areas as follows:

Humanitarian Needs Assessment and response planning;
Food security and nutrition;
Water and sanitation;
Public health in emergencies;
Education and protection;
Disaster management and risk reduction;
Logistics and supply chain in emergency settings;
GIS and Humanitarian Information Management;
Cash Based Transfers and Financial Inclusion;
Nutrition-sensitive programming;
Project design;
Humanitarian Coordination;
Recovery and rehabilitation of distressed communities;
Fundraising for emergency response;
Accountability and results based management;
Security and safety in emergency operations;
Stress management and trauma counseling;
Research and advocacy;
Ethical dilemmas;
Information Management;
Humanitarian Framework.

Strategic Focus

The CRCDHS’s strategic focus is to provide an anchor from which humanitarians and other actors can derive resources for project activities to end poverty and hunger, in all their forms and dimensions, and to ensure that all human beings can fulfill their potential in dignity and equality and in a healthy environment. Practitioners and students will also engage in scholar practitioner undertaking aimed to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainable managing its natural resources and taking urgent action on climate change, so that it can support the needs of the present and future generations.

The experience in the North Eastern Nigeria has produced profound lessons that will contribute to learning aimed at ensuring that all human beings can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social and technological progress occurs in harmony with nature. This will include fostering peaceful, just and inclusive societies which are free from fear and violence. There can be no sustainable development without peace and no peace without sustainable development.

CRCDHS’s expanding partnership and association is intended to contribute to sustainable development, based on a spirit of strengthened local, regional and international solidarity, focused in particular on the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable and with the participation of all communities, all stakeholders and countries. CRCDHS’s association to NEMA, SEMA, WFP and cognate organizations is intended to be a springboard towards a more regional outlook while retaining attention to the local response capacity in Yobe State and North Eastern Nigeria in general.

Learning Need

There is, however, an evident lack of technical capacities within the Yobe State and North Eastern Nigeria in general, in the design and implementation of desired response programmes. In the same vein, the CRCDHS intends to roll-out a programme that will, on one hand optimize the existing technical and human capital focusing on ending hunger and building sustainable communities, while on the other hand seeking to develop new capacities to deliver such programmes.
Request for Resource persons

Learning Resource Area:

Emergency Response, Rehabilitation and Recovery


Yobe State University, Damaturu.

Center for Research and Capacity Development in Humanitarian Studies (CRCDHS)


Lake Chad Region (Initially targeting North East Nigeria)


2.0 Objectives

· To enhance thematic and technical knowledge and competencies of CRCDHS and its partner organizations in the areas of emergency response, recovery and rehabilitation.

2.1 Areas of Intervention

· Facilitate training workshops as resource persons

· Write research papers, training materials and model policies as knowledge products for dissemination to CRCDHS’s partners and wider audiences

· Moderate seminars and roundtable discussions on topical and technical issues


Resource persons currently practicing in the humanitarian sector as well as academia will be expected to provide the initial wave of technical expertise available to kick-start this programme. In general from, Resource Persons will be expected to :

I. Participate in periodic or on-demand review of CRCDHS’s capacity assessment tools on thematic knowledge and competencies.

II. Undertake capacity assessments for partners on varied technical knowledge and competencies

III. As Resource Persons, facilitate capacity building interventions (training workshops, seminars and roundtable discussions) under guidance of the Capacity Building Specialist based at the CRCDHS


Write researched papers, training materials and model policies on thematic issues (some of which may be the subject of capacity building interventions).

V. Participate in reviews of capacity building interventions

VI. Draft training materials and model policies on the technical learning areas

VII. The Assignment will at times entail travel across Yobe State, North Eastern and the rest of Nigeria as well as within the Lake Chad region.

Resource person will be expected to carry out the following:

3.1. Mobilization and Planning. This will include: (i) getting consensus on the objectives of the assignment between the Resource Person and the CRCDHS (ii) planning for the teaching and learning delivery activity on the process and deliverables; (iii) agreement on the final work plan and timeframe. Some of these tasks will be undertaken at short notice and with abrupt deadlines.

3.2. Document Review. Undertake in-depth review of literature pertinent to tasks at hand (e.g. literature from humanitarian sector-specific, integrated knowledge development, academic and non-academic sources etc.)

3.3 Consultations. Participate in planning meetings for capacity assessments, interventions and evaluations.

3.4 Report Writing. Drafting quality papers, model policies and training materials pertinent to assigned tasks.


- The Resource Person shall deliver capacity intervention reports (for capacity building activities assigned to them).

- Submission of concept papers, research papers, model policies and training materials as may be required

- Successful delivery of capacity interventions using participatory methods; e.g. conducting a participatory training workshop, seminar or roundtable and providing training materials as well.

- Submission of quality reports documenting the interventions.

4.1 Timeline Initial Training of Trainers’ delivery is expected before April 15, 2016


The Resource Persons selected will have the following expertise:

· Minimum - Masters University Degree in Humanitarian Studies, Emergency Response, Arts, Law, Human Rights or associated and relevant knowledge areas.

· S/he should have at least five years’ experience of institutional capacity development interventions targeting humanitarian, recovery and rehabilitation organizations in conflict or recovery in Africa.

· Good knowledge of traditional structures, community based civil society organizations and community based organizations in Africa.

· At least three years’ practitioner technical design and implementation in respective area of expertise as be learning areas (b) above.

· Excellent facilitation and training skills

· Excellent track record in academic writing and publications

· Experience in undertaking similar assignments in Africa

· Ability to work independently with minimal supervision


Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications with the subject clearly marked as follows: The Director,

Please submit a CVs (3 pages Maximum per CV) containing a comprehensive profile of similar or comparable facilitation or resource person activity and referees to:Ali Haruna, Director, CRCDHS:


Management arrangements

The Resource Person shall be reporting to the Director of the CRCDHS.


Resource persons will work independently within locations of their choice or employment. However, the CRCDHS offers a Secretariat equipped with office and learning facilities for which the resource persons may wish or request to utilize by sending an email request to the Director, CRCDHS.

For each Resource Person expressing interest, he/she will indicate the level of availability as per below.


Period of Notice: When submitting statement of interest, please state the period of notice you would need to mobilize for a training.


Seven Days’ Notice

Two Weeks’ Notice

At least one Month

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