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In this Japa era, where migration is top chat on the list of many young Nigerians especially graduates and undergraduates. Getting a citizenship of
…taking a cue from the African Union’s year of education 2024 Education stands as the cornerstone of societal progress, serving as the conduit through
Education plays a crucial role in shaping individuals’ lives. It serves as a conduit for personal growth, skill acquisition, and understanding of the world.
Child labour can result in extreme bodily and mental harm, and even death. It can lead to slavery and sexual or economic exploitation. And
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) are two of the most critical examinations for students who
The West African Examinations Council popularly known as (WAEC) is a renowned examination body that conducts standardized examinations for countries in West Africa (Nigeria,
Eid al-Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, is one of the most significant Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide. It marks the culmination of
Prior to Nigeria’s independence in 1960, access to higher education was severely restricted. The educational system established during colonial rule primarily focused on vocational
In this modern age dominated by technology, the widespread presence of mobile phones has infiltrated all aspects of our lives, including educational environments. While
Given the recent economic challenges in Nigeria, particularly the escalating prices of goods and commodities, the pressing question arises: Can educators, particularly teachers and
In the pursuit of enhancing career prospects, an increasing number of students are opting to pursue higher education abroad. Beyond selecting the right courses
Fine art education typically refers to formal instruction in the visual arts, encompassing various traditional and contemporary art forms. It involves the development of
For most Nigerian teachers, the reality bites harder than a poorly photocopied textbook. Low salaries, inconsistent payments, and a chronic lack of support paint
Ab initio, Christmas is a time of joy and togetherness, where families gather, and warmth fills the air. The twinkling lights, festive decorations, and
1. Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood (2003) In the first book in her dystopian MaddAddam trilogy, the Booker winner speculates about the havoc
The intricate and multifaceted journey of parenting, encompassing a vast array of responsibilities, leaves an undeniable mark on children’s emotional, social, and cognitive development.
The Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a crucial component of higher education in Nigeria designed to expose students to real-world work environments.
In the bustling realm of academia and higher education, where knowledge is exchanged and ideas take flight, there is an oft-overlooked art form that
Exams can be daunting . The pressure to perform well and succeed can take a toll on even the most organised and disciplined individuals.
May 29 was initially the official democracy day in Nigeria, marking when the newly elected Olusegun Obasanjo took office as the President of Nigeria
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