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FG OKAYS ASUU,ASUP,OTHERS EXIT FROM IPPIS

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President Bola Tinubu has given a nod for public universities captured in the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS, to exit the payment platform.

The Minister of Education, Prof. Mamman Tahir, disclosed the information on Wednesday, shortly after the Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by President Bola Tinubu.

Offering more explanations on the presidential directive, Minister of Information and National Orientation Muhammed Idris said: “Today, the universities and other tertiary institutions have gotten a very big relief from the integrated payroll and personnel information system.

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“You will recall that the university authorities and the others have been clamouring for the exemption of the universities and other tertiary institutions from this system.

“Today, Council has graciously approved that. What that means is that going forward, the universities, like the Minister of Education has said, and other tertiary institutions, the polytechnics and colleges of education, will be taken off the IPPIS.

“What that means in simple language is that the university authorities and other tertiary institutions will now be paying their own personnel from their own end instead of relying on the IPPIS.

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POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS FOR ALL…

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POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS FOR ALL INSTITUTIONS

You can now get the official Post UTME Past Questions PDF for All Institutions. All Past Questions you receive from us have been verified by Eniola Educational Consultant, and we can guarantee that when you get it from us, it is the true original copy.


With the rate of fake materials all over the internet, we just had to create this system to make sure we verify all materials before we publish. This means that instead of us to distribute a false Post-UTME material, we would rather not give out the material entirely. You can trust us with that.


Please be aware that some schools simply test prospective candidates with JAMB Past Questions of the subjects they wrote for the course to be admitted in. 

CLICK HERE  to get your school POST UTME Past Question at a FEE
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SELAR TUITION FUND SCHOLARSHIP FOR FINAL YEAR STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

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In a concerted effort to tackle the financial obstacles impeding access to higher education in Nigeria, Selar, a forward-thinking organization, has launched the Tuition Support Project.

Objective: The primary objectives of the scholarship program include:

Selar Tuition Fund Scholarship for Final Year Students in Nigeria

– Supporting 50 Final-Year Students: Selar aims to empower 50 deserving students by providing NGN 100,000 each, ensuring they can successfully complete their undergraduate journey.

– Formal Launch of Selar CSR Arm: This scholarship program serves as a launchpad for Selar’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm, showcasing the organization’s commitment to social impact.

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for the undergraduate Selar Tuition Fund, applicants must meet the following criteria:

1. Residency in Nigeria: Applicants must be students residing and studying in Nigeria, actively contributing to the local academic landscape

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2. Final-Year Status: Eligible candidates should be in their final year of study, enrolled in an accredited tertiary institution, whether public, select private, or a polytechnic.

3. Statement of Purpose: Applicants are required to submit a clear and compelling statement of purpose, allowing them to articulate their aspirations and goals.

4. Academic Excellence: A Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 or a cumulative grade of 65% or higher, supported by academic records, is mandatory.

5. Financial Need: Candidates must demonstrate genuine financial or economic need, emphasizing the scholarship’s impact on their educational journey.

Available Programs

For the academic session 2024/25, the Selar Tuition Fund is open to students pursuing any accredited course in a recognized Nigerian university.

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Required Documents

Applicants for the 2024 Selar Tuition Fund Scholarship must submit the following documents:

– Complete Application Form

– Academic Transcripts

– Personal Statement

Application Procedure

Interested and eligible individuals can apply through the Selar application portal. Accuracy in completing the application and submission of all required documents are crucial for a successful application.

Deadline:  While the specific deadline is not specified, applicants are encouraged to submit their applications promptly. Early submissions enhance the likelihood of consideration for this life-changing opportunity.

For additional information and to commence the application journey, visit the official webpage.

Deadline: February 29, 2024.

Note: While the article specifies February 29, 2024, please verify the deadline on the official webpage for any updates or changes.

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NERC ANNUAL ESSAY COMPETITION FOR SS2 STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) presents the NERC Annual Essay Competition exclusively for Senior Secondary 2 (SS2) students across Nigeria. This competition aims to engage students in critical thinking and discourse on the topic of consumer protection within the electricity sector. Participants are required to submit essays within the specified word limit, addressing the theme of “How does the New Customer Protection Regulation (CPR 2023) Protect the Rights & Obligations of Electricity Customers?”

Eligibility:

NERC Annual Essay Competition for SS2 Students in Nigeria

– The competition is open to SS2 students in Nigeria.

– Essays must be between 450 to 500 words in length.

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Prizes:

– Cash prizes will be awarded to outstanding students, teachers, and participating schools.

– Consolation prizes will be provided for other participants.

Submission Guidelines:

– Submission period: February 20th to March 15th, 2024.

– Essays can be submitted either in PDF format via email to electricitychallenge@nerc.gov.ng or in a sealed A4 envelope addressed to:

  2024 Essay Competition

  Consumer Affairs Division

  Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission

  NERC HOUSE, PLOT 1387 CADASTRAL ZONE

  A00 CBD

  Behind BOA House Abuja

– All submissions must include the following information:

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  – Name of the student

  – Full home and school addresses

  – Email address

  – Contact phone number

– Double entry will result in automatic disqualification.

Submission Deadline:

– Entries must reach the specified address on or before March 15th by 5 p.m.

– Entries received after the deadline will be automatically disqualified.

Announcement of Winners:

– Successful students and schools will be contacted during the 2nd quarter of the year.

– Winners will also be announced on NERC’s official social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn (@nercng).

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