Education

University of Ibadan celebrates 201 First Class as 7, 577 graduate

7,577 students, on Tuesday, graduated with first degrees from the University of Ibadan (UI) at its 2016/2017 Convocation and 70th Foundation Day anniversary at the International Conference Centre (ICC), Ibadan….

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‘60% of Nigerian undergraduate projects plagiarised’

A former executive secretary of the National Universities Commission, Professor Peter Okebukola, says over 60 percent of project reports of Nigerian undergraduates are plagiarised. Speaking yesterday at the first Kwara…

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UNICEF takes up case against illiteracy in children #GenUnlimited

A little girl, curious, eyes shining… She could be anything in future but she has never been in a classroom. We can do so much more for children like her….

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Indian student writes algorithm on how to find a parking spot

An Indian student in the US has created a space-detecting algorithm that can help tackle the problem of finding a parking spot by using big data analytics and save a…

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FRSC to introduce safety education in Plateau public schools

The Plateau Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps ( FRSC ) said it would soon introduce road safety education in public primary and secondary schools in the state. Mrs…

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FG trains 200 principals on drug abuse prevention in schools

The Federal Ministry of Education has trained 200 schools principals in Kebbi have been trained on drug abuse prevention in their schools, to stem the tide of drug abuse among…

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‘Improper waste management is our critical environmental problem’

At Olashore International School’s 22nd Founder’s Day celebration, it was a pleasure to have Prof. M. Okorodudu-Fubara, a professor of environmental law at the Obafemi Awolowo University and former parent…

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Cheddar Man: First modern Briton had ‘dark to black’ skin, DNA research reveals

The first modern Briton had “dark to black” skin, groundbreaking new analysis of his 10,000-year-old remains has revealed. Britain’s oldest complete skeleton, known as Cheddar Man, was unearthed more than a century ago…

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6 priceless creativity tips from The War of Art

Wouldn’t it be a dream to make good money doing work that fulfils you? It’s totally possible. With the help of the internet and newer technologies, more people than ever…

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Malala and Apple launch partnership to get at least 100,000 underprivileged girls into school

he world’s most famous CEO and perhaps the most famous – and definitely youngest – Nobel Peace Prize winner could be found on Saturday morning taking tea with a family…

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