• FG laments low ranking of Nigerian Universities in the world

    FG laments low ranking of Nigerian Universities in the world

    Federal Government has decried the consistent low ranking of Nigerian universities in the league of top universities in the world, describing it as discouraging.

    Malam Adamu Adamu, Nigeria’s Minister of Education, expressed the governments displeasure, at the weekend, in Abuja.

    In view of this, the Emeritus Professor, Ayo Banjo has advised the Federal Government to consider setting up  a Nigerian Universities Ranking Council (NURC), to encourage periodic local and global ranking of the nation’s universities.

    The minister of Education and Banjo spoke at […]

  • Nigerian Universities Grading System will be harmonized – NUC

    Nigerian Universities Grading System will be harmonized – NUC

    Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC) Professor Julius Okojie has said the grading system in all universities will be harmonised to have a common grading system. The move will help enhance understanding of the grading system of Nigerian Universities internationally.

    He said this at a workshop on review of grading system in Nigerian Universities, in Abuja, yesterday. Okojie said when the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standard (BMAS) documents were reviewed in 2007, the document did not take into consideration the […]

  • FG promises to inject N1.2 trillion on Universities Infrastructures

    FG promises to inject N1.2 trillion on Universities Infrastructures

     Always tune in to (adelove.com) for freshest updates.

    The FG during the 25th and 26th convocations of FUTA Akure, promises to inject N1.2 trillion into the nation’s universities for infrastructural development and capacity building within the next three years.

    According to President Jonathan, in the last one year, government in its pursuit of transformation of the nation’s universities has released N30 billion to all Federal Universities to clear arrears of earned allowances due to the various categories of staff.

    With similar […]

  • Nigerian universities used to rate among the best in Africa (1960s)

    Nigerian universities used to rate among the best in Africa (1960s)

    According to BBC News, Nigerian Students would regularly go on exchange programmes to top British Universities in the 1960’s. A degree from a Nigerian University was highly regarded.

    “All this has changed,” said one Professor at the University of Abuja. A veteran Scientist who did not want to be named stated that “Nigerian Students are bright, but the system lets them down”… Let’s pray fellow Nigerians… no place like HOME.. Trust me!

    Greatest Gbogbo!!! i hail o Aluta..