Showing posts with label school portal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label school portal. Show all posts

15/06/2017

College of Education Ekiadolor Graduates Final Clearance Notice – 2017

College of Education, Ekiadolor, Edo State, final clearance notice. this notice was issued to all graduates of the college by the school management.

College of Education Ekiadolor Graduates Final Clearance


This final clearance notice was made known to the general public through the school official website of the intuition on 14th June, 2017. Concerned graduates of COLBEN should take note and are expected to treat this as a matter of urgency.

College of Education Ekiadolor Notice to Graduates on Final Clearance – 2017


The following is the official message released by the management of COLBEN:

With the Uncertainties surrounding the College Students who have graduated from the College of Education Ekiadolor are for their own interest expected to finalise their clearance within the next few weeks.

Please pass this message across other students of College of Education, Ekiadolor, Edo State. Thank you.
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14/06/2017

Nigerian Law School: Summary of the Final Examination Results 2017

Check Nigerian Law School Result 2017. The result released is said to be a summary of the final examination results.

Nigerian Law School 2017 results

The Director-General, Nigerian Law School, Mr Olarewaju Onadeko, (SAN) in his statement on saturday in FCT town, Bwari said that the results were based on the exams conducted from April 22 to 28.

Nigerian Law School Result 2017 Statistics

28%: This is the failure rate. The number of candidates who failed are 596.

6.4%: That's the percentage of candidates that had a conditional pass. That makes up 196 candidates.

65.6%: That's the percentage of students that passed their exams. A total of 2,125 students wrote the examinations, and 1,393 students passed.


The Director-General, Nigerian Law School also said that the ‘Call to the Bar’ ceremony for the successful candidates will hold on July 13 in Abuja.

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NTA College, Jos Diploma Admission Form 2017/2018 Notice - Johntechservice

The National Television Authority (NTA) College Diploma programmes for the 2017/2018 Session is on. Applications are invited from suitable qualified candidates.

NTA College, Jos 2017/2018 Diploma Admission Form

NTA TELEVISION COLLEGE ADMISSION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Interested candidates should hold a Diploma in Journalism or Television Journalism, ABU, Zaria, Diploma in Mass Communication of the Department of Mass Communication, Television Production or Mass Communication from a recognized institution with a minimum of Merit Pass OR Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) of the Ahmadu Bello University in at least three (3) subjects obtained at not less than ‘C’ Level.

All candidates applying to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communication (Television Journalism/Television Production) must obtain credit in English Language, Mathematics and any other three (3) subjects in the humanities at not more than two (2) sittings in SSCE, GCE ‘O’ Level, NECO or NABTEB.

NTA TELEVISION COLLEGE ADMISSION PROGRAM DURATION

Three-Year Programme Candidates should hold a Diploma in Mass Communication of the Department of Mass Communication, ABU, Zaria, Diploma in Journalism or Television Journalism, Television Production or Mass Communication from a recognized institution with a minimum of Merit Pass OR Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) of the Ahmadu Bello University in at least three (3) subjects obtained at not less than ‘C’ Level.

Four-Year Programme Applicants must write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and attain an acceptable standard in the Use of English (compulsory) and three other subjects.

All Courses Offered by NTA, Jos College


  • Diploma in Television Production
  • Diploma in Television Journalism
  • Diploma in Television Engineering
  • Bachelor in Mass Communication (Television Journalism)
  • Bachelor in Mass Communication (Television Production)

You can also check NTA College Official Website for registration.


Johntechservice wish to appreciate esteemed readers for taking time to read and share  NTA College, Jos 2017/2018 Diploma Admission Form On Sale.



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12/06/2017

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi 2nd Semester Resumption Date Announced

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi resumption date second semester 2016/2017 academic session 28th June, 2017.

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi resumption date second semester

FEDPOLY Bauchi staffs, students and the general public should note that the Federal Polytechnic Bauchi has approved the adjusted resumption date for the Second Semester of 2016/2017 Session.

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi 2nd Semester resumption Date 2016/2017 Academic Session

The statement released by the management of the Polytechnic announcing the resumption date and the revised academic calendar is as follows.
Resumption date for the second semester, 2016/2017 academic session has been set for 28th June, 2017.
Please inform others.
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16 Nigerian Universities Currently Selling 2017/2018 Postgraduate Forms

List of Nigerian Universities that are currently selling Postgraduate Forms for 2017/2018 admission. 

19 Universities Currently Selling Postgraduate Forms

They are those selling Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Masters and Ph.D at the moment. We will keep you posted if there is any new development.

This post is basically meant for those in NYSC, NYSC scheme.

All Nigerian Universities Selling Postgraduate (Masters, Ph.D) Forms (June 2017)


Ph.D admission into many Universities in Nigeria is all year round as we all know, interested persons who don’t have any particular school in mind would want to see those that are selling Ph.D. admission forms at that point. It’s a stress trying to check for every school one by one. So we at Johntechservice have decide to make the whole thing easier by compiling them in one piece.


  • Niger Delta University

  • Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti
  • Covenant University

  • University of Abuja

  • Olabisi Onabanjo University

  • University of Uyo

  • Abia State University
  • Kwara State University
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10/06/2017

Wesley University Ondo Admission Form 2017/2018 - Johntechservice

Wesley University Ondo admission form the 2017/2018 academic session.

 
Wesley University Ondo Admission Form 2017/2018 Is Out

The management of Wesley University Ondo State, Nigeria, recently announced the commencement of sales of full-time and part-time application forms for 2017/18 admission. check below for more information.

Courses Available for Admission in Wesley University Ondo State


Social and Management Sciences

  • Accounting
  • Banking and Finance
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Mass Communication
  • Political Science

Environmental Design & Management

  • Urban & Regional Planning
  • Estate Management

Natural and Applied Sciences:

  • Biochemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Industrial Chemistry
  • Industrial Mathematic
  • Physics with Electronics
  • Geophysics
  • Computer Science.

Agriculture, Food Science & Technology

  • Food Science & Technology
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Hospitality Management & Tourism
  • Agriculture
  • Aquaculture & Fisheries Management

2017/2018 Wesley University Conversion Programme Admission

For candidates with HND who desire to earn University Degree.  Available in all areas/existing disciplines in the University. Candidates in this category must, in addition to their Diploma Certificates, possess relevant O’Level qualifications for the programme of their choice.

Application Fee:

Candidates should pay the sum of ten thousand Naira (N10,000) to Skye Bank Current Account No. 1770793957.

Wesley University Ondo Part-time Courses Admission Details

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into First Degree programmes in Accounting, Business Administration, Banking and Finance, Economics, Political Science, Mass Communications and Hospitality Management and Tourism (HMT), Food Science and Technology (FST).

Duration

Available programmes run for 4-5 years.

Application Fee:

Candidates should pay the sum of ten thousand Naira (N10,000) to Skye Bank Current Account No. 1771311859 (for Social and Management Sciences) or 1770794466 (for HMT and FST)

Wesley University Admission Requirements (Full-time)

REGULAR FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Eligibility:
  1. a) Candidates who selected Wesley University as first or second choice
  2. b) Candidates who did not choose Wesley University in JAMB UTME registration but scored the official pass mark.
  3. c) Direct Entry Candidates
  4. d) Candidates seeking change of institution.
Screening Requirements:
  1. i) 2017 JAMB-UTME Result Slip
  2. ii) Completed Wesley University’s Application Form
iii)      O’Level Result(s)
  1. Birth Certificate, 3 Recent Passport Photographs
  2. v) 2 Reference Letters and Testimonial from last school attended.
  3. vi) Duly completed Request for Change of University (for transfer students)
Qualification:
  1. i) UTME Candidates: Five O’Level credit passes (WASSCE/NECO/NABTEB/SSCE/GCE) in not more than two sittings.
  2. ii) Direct Entry Candidates: NABTEB, IJMB, JUPEB, or GCE A/L or National Diploma, NCE.
iii)      Higher National Diploma or Professional Diploma or Certificate

Screening Fee for Regular Students:

Candidates should pay the sum of two thousand, five hundred Naira (N2,500) to Skye Bank Current Account No. 1770793957.

How To Apply for Wesley University Admission For 2017/2018 Academic Session

Application forms can be obtained online at www.wesleyuni.edu.ng or at the University Campus.

Accommodation:
The University runs full residency policy for regular students. There is provision for accommodation of all categories of students at affordable prices and terms.

FOR MORE ENQUIRIES:
Call: Kelly: 08069801463; Toyin: 07057006658; Shade: 07087654830. Email: registry@wesleyuni.edu.ng; info@wesleyuni.edu.ng







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2017/2018 Hallmark University Admission Screening/Post-UTME Form - Johntechservice

Hallmark University Admission Screening/Post-UTME Form for 2017/2018 academic session.

Hallmark University Admission Screening/Post-UTME Form 2017/2018

 

 The management of Hallmark University has also released the categories of students who are qualified for the exercise as well as steps on how to apply for the admission screening. Interested members should plase take note of the below information.

The newly established Hallmark University, Ijebu-Itele, hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the institution for the 2017/2018 Academic Session.

List of Programmes Offered at Hallmark University

1. Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences


Departments
  • Biological Sciences
  • B. Sc. Botany
  • B. Sc. Zoology
  • B. Sc. Biochemistry
  • Chemical Sciences
  • B. Sc. Chemistry
  • B. Sc. Industrial Chemistry
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • B. Sc. Mathematics
  • B.Sc. Computer Science
  • B. Sc. Information and Communication Technology
  • Physics and Energy
  • B. Sc. Physics

 

2. Faculty of Management and Social Sciences


Departments
  • Accounting and Finance
  • B. Sc. Accounting
  • B. Sc. Banking and Finance
  • Business Administration
  • B. Sc. Business Administration
  • B. Sc. Marketing
  • Economics
  • B. Sc. Economics

2017/2018 Hallmark University Admission Requirements

1.) Candidates awaiting results may apply.

2.) All applicants will be required to go through Hallmark University’s Screening Exercise.

3.) Interested candidates who have applied to JAMB for admission and wish to change their choice of University to Hallmark University are required to:

4.) Complete the Hallmark University Application Form online.

5.) Download and fill out the JAMB ‘Change of Institution’ Form

6.) All applicants are required to sit for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and score a minimum of 180.

7.) All applicants are required to have credits at SSCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB or approved equivalents in at least, 5 subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics and three other subjects relevant to the proposed course of study. The five credits should be obtained in not more than two sittings.

8.) Participate in the Hallmark University screening exercise.

Hallmark University Admission Screening / Post-UTME for 2017/2018 Academic Session Application Procedures


Visit Hallmark University website at www.hallmark.edu.ng to create an identity.
In the course of the pre-registration, you pay a sum of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N7, 500.00) only as application form fee. Alternatively, prospective students can as well initiate payment via ATM cards/Quick teller options at any bank of their choice
  • or cash deposit at any of the Hallmark University Bank Accounts:
    • United Bank for Africa (UBA) PLC: Account No: 1019045309
    • Zenith Bank PLC: Account No: 1012914815
    • Wema Bank PLC: Account No: 0122515253
You can also collect application forms after payment at any of the following centres:

  1. Montessori International Nursery & Primary School, Plot C58, King Perekule Street GRA Phase 2, Port Harcourt.
  2. Cradle School, Plot 6, 12th Street DDPA Ugborikoko, Warri, Delta State.
  3. Hallmark University, Km 65, Shagamu-Ore Expressway, Ijebu-Itele, Ogun State. Tel: +234 803 409 8174.
  4. Vivian Fowler Memorial College for Girls, Plot 5, Balogun Street, Billings Way, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos.
  5. Topgrade Secondary School, 4 Adedamola Ojomo Close, Off Bode Thomas Street, Surulere, Lagos.
For more clarification,kindly visit  Hallmark University official website on www.hallmark.edu.ng 
or contact
  • The Registrar, Hallmark University, Ijebu-Itele, Ogun state at:





 

 


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09/06/2017

FCET Umunze 2016/2017 Online Course Registration Deadline

Below is the Federal College of Education (Technical), FCET, Umunze, students online course registration details for the 2016/2017 academic session.


FCET Umunze Online Course Registration 2017

Students who have paid their school fees should kindly note that the 2016/2017 online course registration will start on the 5th of June, 2017 and end on 23rd June, 2017. On expiration of this date, the college portal will be shut down for result computation.

All students are to visit MIS/STEP-B ICT Unit of the College along with their manually filled course form (student’s copy) for 2016/2017 academic session.
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05/06/2017

WHO Approves Redeemer’s University Scientists 10-Minute Ebola/Lassa Fever Detection Kits

Redeemer’s University Scientists Builds 10-Minute Ebola/Lassa Fever Detection Kits. This is awsome you know.


Redeemer’s University Scientists 10-Minute Ebola/Lassa Fever Detection Kits

The Redeemer’s University’s African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases (ACEGID) Scientists recently built kits that can detect Ebola and Lassa fever in the human body within 10 minutes the individual was infected.

The Vice Chancellor of the institution, Debo Adeyewa, said the school had established a network of pathogens hunters in Nigeria and Africa by training scientists in the field of genomics.

The test kits were patented by scientists at the African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases (ACEGID) of Redeemer’s University The test kits, according to the university are so fast, the disease can be detected in the human system within 10 minutes.

The World Health Organisation and the United States food and drug agency have approved the Ebola virus RDT for use during epidemics.”

Adeyewa announced this during the signing of a memorandum of understanding on infectious disease surveillance and control between the ACEGID and the Lagos state government. He noted that the partnership was to strengthen the capacity of the Lagos state government in infectious disease diagnostics and epidemics preparedness.

He said: “Redeemer’s University ACEGID researchers discovered two novel Rhabdoviruses (EKV-1 and EKV-2). The centre also developed and patented two rapid diagnostic test kits for diagnosis of Lassa fever virus or Ebola virus in biological fluids.
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03/06/2017

National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) Kaduna Admission/Registration Date Extended

2017 Admission and Registration into all programmes and courses of the National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) is still open until June 30th 2017. Please take note.


National Teachers’ Institute Kaduna 2017 ongoing Admission

Kindly visit this link my.nti.edu.ng apply and register for NCE, ADE, Bachelors Degree and PGDE through the new Portal of the Institute.

Please note that RRR for payments should only be generated via my.nti.edu.ng and then you can make payments through any bank of your choice or online.

NOTE: All courses of NTI Institute are duly approved by the relevant regulatory bodies.

NTI is advicing interested candidates to use the opportunity of this extension to apply for the courses of his/her choice and register before June 20th deadline.
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02/06/2017

How to Check 2017 Cowbellpedia Examination Result

2017 Cowbellpedia examination result for the reputable quiz competition for secondary schools in Nigeria have been released. This was made known to us by the organizers.


Check 2017 Cowbellpedia Examination Result

The Cowbellpedia examination was written some weeks ago and results were released yesterday, Thursday, June 1, 2017.

Candidates are expected to check their result via
http://www.cowbellpedia.ng and then click View 2017 Results on the portal. They can also check the result through this link http://www.cowbellpedia.ng/#/finalists

Before now, there had been high expectations from students, teachers and parents.

Candidates should “note that this is the first batch of the 2017 Cowbellpedia results. The updated result will be released as soon as it is concluded.
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01/06/2017

Ethiopian Internet Shut Down Totally to Beat Exam Malpractice

The Government of Ethiopia has shut off internet access to its citizens, according to reports from inside the country, apparently due leaked exam papers for the nation’s grade 10 examinations.



Ethiopian internet turned off nationwide to beat Exam cheats – After examinations were leaked online in 2016 in Ethiopia, the country has closed its digital borders to prevent such from occurring again.


Sources in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa told Quartz the internet was reinstituted on Wednesday morning after more than a 12-hour shutdown. Others, however, said that the connection was still being interrupted, and was going on and off. “No connection at all. Everything was blocked,” Biniam Alemayehu said. Alemayehu told Quartz that his 4G phone connection didn’t start working until 9.30 am.

Social media users noted that the internet service was interrupted from around 7 pm on Tuesday—reportedly to prevent exam leaks. About 1.2 million students are taking the grade 10 national exams, with another 288,000 preparing for the grade 12 university entrance exams that will take place next week.
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NUC Accredits Landmark University Six Undergraduate Course

National Universities Commission (NUC) restores full accreditation status to the six undergraduate courses presented to the team from Landmark University Omu-Aran, Kwara State commission during the November/ December 2016 exercise.




Below are the Landmark University program accredited by the NUC:

- Mathematics

- Economics, Biochemistry

- Sociology

- Computer Science and

- Physics

Just recently, the Computer Professional Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) conferred full accreditation status on the computer science programme of the university.

Apart from the academic accreditation, the university’s programmes in Accounting, Banking & Finance, and all the five engineering programmes, including Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Information Engineering and Agricultural and Biosystems engineering, have also gained full professional accreditation status from Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, (ICAN) and Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria respectively.
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29/05/2017

Babcock University 2017 Direct Entry Nursing Screening Schedule/Timetable

Babcock University Direct Entry Nursing candidates for the 2017 undergraduate admissions are to come to  for screening on any of the following dates:



Babcock University Direct Entry Nursing Screening Notice 2017


Candidates are to come with a copy of the undergraduate application form, both photocopies and the originals of their credentials. Please note that the 2017 Direct Entry Jamb registration is required for admission.

Babcock University Direct Entry Nursing Screening Schedules/Timetable 2017


Tuesday May 30; Thursday Jun 1; Tuesday June 6, Thursday June 8, Tuesday June 13, Thursday June 15, Tuesday June 20 and Thursday June 22, 2017.
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25/05/2017

Nigerian Government Should Improve Reading Culture - Zakari

Musa Sule Zakari, the Vice Chairman, Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Kogi State Chapter has called on government to improve reading culture in the country.



Zakari made the call during the launch of his book titled Echoes from the Theatre, in partnership with Service Avalanche, Consults and System Limited, held in Abuja. He said poor reading skills could make a child develop poor attitude toward school and adviced Nigerian government to improve reading culture among students.

ALSO READ: How to Achieve Our Dreams as a Nigerian Student

According to him, The book was written in poetry to improve reading culture and address the challenges facing the society. “It is a communication that was revealed to me through inspiration. There are various sections in the book like social justice, love, religion, death, philosophy, unity, rivers, streams, timing, the moon, among others.

Go grab your copy now.
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24/05/2017

UNILAG International School 2017 Admission List Requirements/Procedures

University of Lagos, UNILAG international school admission list for the 2017/2018 academic session is now out.


UNILAG International School 2017 Admission List Requirements/Procedures

All students that took part in the screening exercise conducted for admission into BASIC 7, (JS1) at the International School, University of Lagos (ISL), can now check their admission status.

Successful candidates should come for their provisional admission letters on Thursday, 25th May,2017 from 12.00 noon.

UNILAG International School Admission List


The school cut off mark is 50%. Any candidate that scored 50% and above has automatically been admitted.
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20/05/2017

Maritime Academy Oron 2nd Semester Resumption Schedule - 2017

Please be reminded that the 75% attendance requirement as a qualification for taking Maritime Academy, Oron semester examination is still in force.



It has come to the attention of management of the Academy, that majority of cadets/students who proceeded for vacation at the end of 2016/2017 1st/3rd semester have refused to report back to the campus at the stipulated date of resumption for the 2nd/Final semester which was 30th April, 2017.

Consequently, any cadet/student who fails to report to the campus on or before 21st May, 2017 will automatically forfeit his/her cadet/studentship.
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15/05/2017

How to Read a Book a Week - Johntechservice

To develop a reading habit which will enable you to read at least a book in a week, you need to set small goals, focus on one new thing at a time, remove obvious barriers, and build the new routines onto old ones. This topic is a powerful piece, and if you have not already made the time to read it, you should.



In April, I took a second and more modest shot, this time focusing on reading 15 pages a day. The trick worked. Now whether or not 15 pages sounds like a lot or a little is irrelevant; the real power of the method is in how it shifts reading from an occasional activity to a daily habit.

I think for anyone who wishes to make reading feel like a reward and not a chore, these tips will help.

1. KEEP A BOOK WHERE YOU LIKE TO RELAX


The easiest way to make something a habit is to remove any friction. After you come home from work, you should not lose time deciding on something to read or digging through your room looking for a paperback you started on your last flight. Choose what you want to read, and keep it where you spend your relaxation time.

2. RE-PURPOSE YOUR TIME


I love video games, reality television, and classic horror movies. I’m not ashamed of my hobbies, but I do recognize that I sometimes gorge when a modest media meal would suffice. For example, I enjoy The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but occasionally I watch lesser reality TV shows to chase that high. This is time I could use for books — or anything else, really, that I actually enjoy and find rewarding.
Do not mix your other hobbies, but when you find yourself bored with a television show, movie, game, or any other entertainment, consider swapping in a book not to
 realize how much time I could make in my week, until I asked myself if I really valued how I was spending each hour.

3. READ WHAT YOU WANT TO READ, NOT WHAT YOU FEEL PRESSURED TO READ


I mentioned in a recent piece how easily I fall into reading ruts when I feel pressured to read what is trendy, either by friends or some omniscient embodiment of the literary community. For some people, trendy may mean New York Times best-selling mysteries written to become movies, or it may mean the latest novel from a brilliant, but unquenchably angry white dude.

In either case, it is better to read four books that sincerely interest you and nobody else, than waste a month muscling through one book that you might be asked about at a work luncheon or a dinner party.

4. SET AND SETTING


We have inundated ourselves with distractions under the illusion of productivity. NOTIFICATION SHOULD HELP US LOOK AWAY FROM OUR PHONES, NOTIFYING US WHEN SOMETHING IS IMPORTANT ENOUGH TO MERIT OUR ATTENTION.

But instead, they have been perverted with updates on sports scores and alerts that a high school friend commented on a photo your mother uploaded to Facebook four years ago.

NOTIFICATIONS ARE NOT NOTIFICATIONS; THEY ARE THEIR OWN HOBBY WEARING THE COSTUMES OF A NECESSARY ACTIVITY.

When you read, put your phone on airplane mode. Turn off the TV. Prepare yourself a snack in advance. Reduce the number of potential distractions as best you can. Because if you don’t already read regularly, your old habits won’t want to make room for a new one.

5. MIX IT UP

Do not follow Moby D*ck with Don Quixote. Please, just don’t. Mix up what you read. Follow a non-fiction true crime story with some literary fiction with a graphic novel written for teenagers. There are so many different types of books, not just what is on best-seller lists or an English Lit syllabus.
When you read for fun all of the obligation and pressure about what to read should disappear, leaving you with an almost overwhelming choice. Go exploring!
And do not forget to read every day For real: read every day. Even if it is five pages, a daily dose of reading will become habit-forming. It is a mental exercise, and with time, it becomes easier and more enjoyable.

I hope your Monday is great. I read and decided to share this piece, I am sure it will benefit you.
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12/05/2017

Photos of GSS Nyanya Most Active Prefects 2012 Set

Government Secondary School Nyanya also known as GSS Nyanya for the time past has brought out many outstanding youths which are still making the school proud.




 GSS Nyanya 2012 Prefects

Below is an interesting photo showing Prefects of GSS Nyanya that are in science class.



Names of GSS Nyanya Prefects in Science Class


1. Edor Sanni Haruna - Gss Nyanya Head Boy
2. Ndubuisi Michael
3. Oko Ikaba Gregory
4. Achara
5. Regina Ogbole
6. Omoja Mary
7. Kingsley Udeh
8. Fatima - Gss Nyanya Assistant Head Girl
9. Ola Sunday
10. Kabiru
11. Okezie Meshach
12. Ene Ocheme
13. Sketel.

If you have any news or announcement, photos about GSS Nyanya you would love to share with us, kindly send them to us on WhatsApp with this number 09030476251.
What do you have to say about these? Please kindly drop your comment.
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10/05/2017

FEDPOLY ADO-EKITI First Semester Exam New Date -2017

FEDPOLY Ado-Ekiti has postponed the first semester examination for 2016/2017 Academic Session is said to commence on June 5th 2017.



Fedpoly Ado-ekiti Chairman in the meeting been held today, he said normal Academic semester for Nigerian students is 15 to 18 weeks where as the students of Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti just spent 12 weeks.

Fedpoly Ado-Ekiti Important Notice


All Fedpoly Ado-Ekiti students should note that Second semester results of some departments has been pasted on the school notice board.

Go and check yours.
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