The Senate on Tuesday in Abuja passed two bills establishing Federal polytechnics in Aba, Abia and Silame, Sokoto State.
Maryam Uwais, Special Adviser to the president on National Social Welfare Programme on Monday, says Federal Government feeds pupils with 6million eggs and 594 cows weekly under its Home Grown School feeding programme.
The Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia Chapter of Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic, has donated rice to the widows of its deceased members.
Lalong announced this on Saturday at the inauguration of e-library/ICT Centre built by Gindiri Old Students Association.
The Kaduna State Government has earmarked N23.2 billion in its 2019 budget for execution of capital projects in the education sector.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday in Abuja received the attestation and confirmation of his 1961 West African School Certificate Examination result from the West African Examinations Council.
The richest man in Africa, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, is to link the Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil, to national grid as part of effort to enhance power supply in the institution.
The Executive Secretary, Universal Basic Education Commission, Dr Hamid Bobboyi, has said that the Federal Government would pay N71.29 billion directly to the commission being the outstanding counterpart funds.
Governor-General of Canada, Julie Payette, urged Nigerian students to develop interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Big Brother Naija`Double Wahala,’Anto Lecky, has been conferred with an honorary doctorate degree from ISCOM University, Cotonou, Benin Republic.
The Lagos State University has suspended Ofodile Cluisom, a 200-level student of Industrial Public Relations and Personnel Management Department, for two semesters for alleged possession of substance suspected to be Indian Hemp.
Governor of Bayelsa State, Seriake Dickson, has directed that all first class graduates who are from the state and have applied for jobs in the state civil service should be automatically employed.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, Lagos State University Chapter, has accused the university management of engaging in admission racketeering for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Jibril told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Thursday on the sideline of the ministry’s preparation for the 12th National Council on Environment meeting that it would be executed through provision of solar in higher institutions.
The Chairman of the union, Olusegun Oyewunmi, made the call in Ibadan on Wednesday.
Prof. Gbemiga Adewale, the provost of the institution who announced the NBTE approval, said the institution would now run six additional programmes in addition to the existing ones.
Ike Onyechere, Chairman, Exam Ethics Marshal International, says there is no form of justification for the illicit act of Lecturers demanding sex from female students to give them marks in tertiary institutions.
The leadership of National Union of Nigerian Students (NUNS) has welcomed the directive by the National Economic Council for all state governors to declare State of Emergency in education sector.