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Eid al-Fitr: 5 fun-filled ideas to make your day memorable 

Eid al-Fitr is a joyous occasion for Muslims around the world. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, which is observed by fasting from dawn to dusk. After a month of abstinence from food and spiritual reflection, Eid al-Fitr is a time of celebration for Muslim families and friends.  Edugist has highlighted […]

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LAUTECH bans students from bringing cars to campus

Ladoke Akintola University in Oyo State has imposed a new ban on students driving or bringing their cars onto the campus. The university’s management has also prohibited the use of tinted vehicles by both staff and students. Additionally, the vehicles of beginner drivers must display learner permits. The decision was reached at a management meeting

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5 Canadian Scholarships for Nigerian students

Canada is one of the top study destinations for international students, including Nigerians. With a reputation for quality education, cultural diversity, and high standard of living, Canada offers a wide range of academic opportunities for Nigerian students. However, studying in Canada can be quite expensive, which is why scholarships are essential for many students. Pursuing

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Why exam malpractice persists in Nigeria —WAEC

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has again expressed concern over the persistent cases of examination malpractice in the country despite various measures being deployed against the menace. The head of National Office of WAEC, Nigeria, Mr Patrick Areghan, expressed this concern in an interview attributing the situation to many factors. He said apart from

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Ekiti education board interviews 1,300 for teaching jobs

The Chairman, Ekiti State Universal Basic Education Board, Prof Femi Akinwumi, said on Wednesday that only 1,300 candidates out of over 11,000 applicants who sat for the recruitment examination for teachers in public primary schools in the state were shortlisted to participate the final interview. Akinwumi said the recruitment was to fill existing vacancies for

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Mushin is a teacher friendly neighbourhood – Ifeoluwa

Born by a Mathematics teacher and enthusiast, Salaudeen Rofiat Ifeoluwa, a graduate of chemical engineering from the University of Ilorin, is a budding educator and mathematics guru who loves teaching and organising private and home teaching learning services in and outside of Mushin. Motivated by her mother Salaudeen T.A, a Mathematics teacher at Igbo Owu

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Traffic Control: A Mathematical Odyssey

In the third quarter of 2022, a former Permanent Secretary in the Lagos State Ministry of Transport, Taiwo Salaam, stated that if the traffic congestion in the densely populated Nigeria’s commercial capital city of Lagos should continue unaddressed till 2030, the city is estimated to lose as much as 21 billion dollars every month. In another report, the

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Poor financial investment in education impedes child literacy in Nigeria -UNICEF

The United Nations Children Fund(UNICEF) has lamented that poor education financial investment is impeding expected improvement in children’s literacy and numeracy in Nigeria’s basic education level. The UNICEF Nigeria Chief of Education, Saadhna Panday-Soobrayan, in her remarks at the Foundational Literacy and Numeracy in Nigeria organized in partnership with the USAID, predicted that expected improvement

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JAMB releases results of rescheduled mock-UTME

Results of the over 84,000 candidates who sat for rescheduled Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME mock examination held yesterday have been released. The candidates wrote the rescheduled examination in 387 centres across the country. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board,JAMB, which announced this on Wednesday morning in a statement by its spokesperson, Fabian Benjamin,said the

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