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PETROLEUM TRAINING INSTITUTE ANNOUNCE DATE FOR ACCEPTANCE OF ADMISSION ON JAMB CAPS

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This is to inform all admitted candidates that they are required to accept their admission on the JAMB Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) on or before 26th December, 2023.


Failure to do so before the aforementioned date, their admission will be deleted and they will be placed under “refusal to accept” category punishable by ineligibility to be admitted again in the 2023/2024 session. 

All concerned candidates should take note and act accordingly.
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This facility gives you free access to study past questions on a subject by subject basis. You can also study the subjects listed below on a year by year basis. It’s entirely free! If you will be examined on any subject listed below, then any question presented here has the potential to come out in your coming exam; be it JAMB, WAEC (SSCE or GCE), Post-UTME, NECO, NABTEB or even your 1st year University Examination.
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 This facility gives you free access to study past questions on a subject by subject basis. You can also study the subjects listed below on a year by year basis. It’s entirely free! If you will be examined on any subject listed below, then any question presented here has the potential to come out in your coming exam; be it JAMB, WAEC (SSCE or GCE), Post-UTME, NECO, NABTEB or even your 1st year University Examination.


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REPS STOPS INCREASE OF FEES FOR NIGERIA LAW SCHOOL

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The House of Representatives on Wednesday, February 21, asked the Council of Legal Education to put in abeyance, the recent 60 percent increase in the school fees of the Nigeria Law School. 

Adopting a motion by the Minority Leader of the House, Kingsley Chinda and read on his behalf by Ginger Owusibe, the House asked its relevant committees on Justice and Tertiary Education and Services to explore solutions to the issue at hand and report back within two weeks.

Chinda described the Nigerian Law School as the medium through which the Council of Legal Education discharges its function to regulate the legal education of persons seeking to become members of the legal profession as provided for under Section 1(2) of the Legal Education (Consolidation, etc.) Act Cap. L10, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

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He said the function of the Council of Legal Education to oversee legal education in Nigeria includes deciding the cost of tuition and other services rendered to students of the Nigerian Law School. 

He stressed that Nigeria is currently facing a 27.33% inflation rate, as reported by the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics, which is projected by Trade Economics to rise to 30.00% by December 2023.

He however expressed concern that in exercising its functions, the Council of Legal Education has approved a 60% increase in Nigerian law school fees from ₦296,000. 00 to ₦476,000 for the 2023/2024 Bar Part II academic session. 

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He said further that the 2023–2024 Bar Part II Academic session commenced in January 2024 with no time given to prospective students to raise the balance. 

He warned that failure to promptly address the need for a balance between the Council’s service quality and students’ affordability could result in a significant drop in Nigerian law school enrollment. 

According to him, this, in turn, would lead to fewer lawyers being called to the Bar, ultimately contributing to a higher national unemployment rate among those unable to pursue legal careers.

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