UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

 

The University of Ilorin Kwara State in Central Nigeria, has emerged the 2017 university of first choice among student-applicants as the foremost citadel of learning in the Country, followed by seventeen (17) others from 148 officially recognised Universities in Nigeria drawn from the Federal, State and Private institutions, the Economic Confidential can authoritatively report.

 

 

In a new report obtained and carefully computed and analysed by the Economic Intelligence magazine from the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on the preferred first university of choice in 2017, the University of Ilorin has the highest applications with 104,038 student-applicants. The figure represents almost about 10 percent of the 1,212,818 total applicants seeking admissions into the 40 Federal Universities in Nigeria. The Unilorin also led last year with 103,238 student-applicants.

 

UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

 

Using the JAMB’s report of most preferred universities in the country, the Economic Confidential gathered that applicants seeking for admission into universities considered academic stability, popularity, affordability, available facilities and quality of lecturers as part of their check-list before making choices in their applications. Of the Forty (40) federal Universities in the country, UNILORIN is number one followed by Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria in Kaduna North-West Nigeria with student-applicants of 89,688.

 

 

 

University of Benin, Edo State in South-South Nigeria is third in the ranking with 85,486 applicants; University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu in South-East is the fourth with 79,073 applicants, University of Lagos (UNILAG) in South-west Nigeria is the fifth with 78,899 while Bayero University Kano (BUK) in the North-West Nigeria comes sixth with 68,241 students applicants.

 

UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

 

Meanwhile, among the federal universities in the country, namely: Federal University Dutsima Katsina in North-West, Federal University Gashua Yobe in North-East and National Open University (NOUN) are ranked as 38th, 39th and 40th positions and having student-applicants of 3807; 1897 and 110 respectively.

 

 

State Universities: Of the current 41 official State Universities, Lagos State University (LASU), South-West Nigeria is number one with 36,119 applicants; followed by Kaduna State University North-West with 28,914 applicants; Delta State University Abraka, South-South is third with 28,672 student applicants, Nasarawa State University, North-Central is fourth with 29,142 applicants; Benue State University Makurdi in North-Central and Adekunle Ajasin University Ondo in South-West came fifth and sixth with 27, 611 and 27,579 student-applicants respectively.

 

 

In the lower ladders in the ranking of State Universities, the institutions with lower patronage of admission seekers are Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa in South-West, Edo University, Iyamho in South-South and Eastern Palm University, Ogboko in Imo State in the South-East are ranked 39th, 40th and 41st and have student-applicants of 399; 165 and 12 respectively. Private Universities: As for private Universities in the country numbering 67, the four leading institutions are all from the South-Western States of Nigeria.

 

 

 

The number one position is grabbed by Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota with 2,438 applicants, followed by Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State 1,599, Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State 1,455 and Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State with 485 students applicants. The fifth and sixth positions go to Abuja based Nigerian Turkish Nile University with 478 and Baze University with 476 student applicants.

 

UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

 

The Economic Confidential discovered that out of the 67 private Universities in Nigeria, these ones occupy the lower rung in the ladder with 5 applicants each: Chrisland University, Owode Ogun State South-West; Koladaisi University Ibadan, Oyo South-West and Legacy University Okija, Anambra South-East. The least patronage by University seekers in the last position of 67th is Kwararafa University, Wukari, Taraba State with just 4 applicants

 

UNILORIN, LASU, Covenant are Nigeria’s First choice Universities-JAMB

 

 

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How to apply for Uniport Post Utme Screening 2017

How to apply for Uniport Post Utme Screening 2017

 

The University of Port Harcourt hereby invites candidates who chose the University as First and/or Second choice in the 2017 Unified Matriculation Examination (UTME) and obtained a minimum score of 180, to apply for Screening Exercise for admission into the University.

 

How to apply for Uniport Post Utme Screening 2017

 

The University shall not admit candidates into Geology in the 2017/2018 session. Candidates who chose Geology as their programme of study are hereby informed that they could be admitted into other/related areas of study, subject to acceptable performance. They are to contact JAMB for change of course or change of Institution for admission into Geology. The Schedule of the Screening Exercise is as indicated below:

 

DAY/DATE OF EXERCISE COLLEGE/FACULTIES/DISCIPLINES

 

 

Thursday, 14thSeptember, 2017 – Pharmacy/Agriculture/Education
Friday, 15thSeptember, 2017 – Humanities
Saturday, 16thSeptember, 2017 – Management Sciences
Monday, 18thSeptember, 2017 – Engineering
Tuesday, 19thSeptember, 2017 – Science/SSLT
Wednesday, 20thSeptember, 2017 – Social Sciences/Law
Thursday, 21stSeptember, 2017 – Physiology/Anatomy/Dentistry/Nursing

 

 

Friday, 22ndSeptember, 2017 – Medicine and Surgery
Saturday, 23rdSeptember, 2017 – Medicine and Surgery
Monday, 25th Septmeber, 2017 – Second Choice Candidates

 

 

Candidates should login to  for the Registration Procedure for 2017/2018 Admission Screening Exercise.

 

How to apply for Uniport Post Utme Screening 2017/2018

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Wednesday, 30th August, 2017 – Monday, 11thSeptember, 2017

 

IMPORTANT DATES AND SCREENING REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

 

Eligible First Choice candidates to input UTME Registration Number and confirm pre-loaded UTME details. Second Choice candidates to complete Online Application Form.
Print slip for payment

 

Proceed to any of the following Banks (with e-Transact platform) and make payment of N2,000.00 (Excluding Bank and Access Charges, Processing Fee and Result checking) FIDELITY BANK PLC, UBA PLC, FIRST BANK PLC, ACCESS BANK PLC, ECOBANK PLC, FCMB AND UNIPORT-CHOBA MICROFINANCE BANK.
Obtain an e-Transact receipt showing an access code from the Bank Teller confirming the payment.

 

Proceed back online and Login with your UTME Registration Number and the Access Code on the payment slip, from Wednesday, 6thSeptember, 2017.
Complete the Form online as requested.
Upload your passport photograph with red background not more than 1 x 1 inch.
Click on the “submit button” and print Photo Card for the Screening Exercise clearance
Note the date and time of Screening on the Photo Card.

 

 

 

CANDIDATES WHO FAIL TO REGISTER WITHIN THE REGISTRATION PERIOD WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SCREENING EXERCISE.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE

 

Candidates are required to come with the following:

A clear copy of the photo Card printed online and pen.
A photocopy of O’Level Examination Certificate(s) (WASCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB) and Birth Certificate or Affidavit of Age Declaration.

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Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko Commences Admission

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko Commences Admission.

 

Post-UTME: Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko commences Admission.

 

This is to inform all UTME and Direct Entry candidates who applied for admission to Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, for the 2017/2018 academic session that the Post UTME Test will be conducted between 18th and 30th September, 2017 at the University’s CBT Centre.

 

 

Candidates eligible for the test are:

 

Those who made or are willing to make Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, their choice of University in the 2017/2018 UTME and scored 180 and above; and

Direct Entry candidates who chose or are willing to make AAUA their first choice of University.

 

 

 

 

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Edu news update: Post-UTME Screening Form Federal Poly Nekede 2017/2018

Edu news update: Post-UTME Screening Form Federal Poly Nekede 2017/2018

Post-UTME Screening Form Federal Poly Nekede – 2017/2018

Federal Polytechnic Nekede, FNPO Post-UTME screening form for 2017/2018 admission screening registration is out for national diploma. We highlighted basic on how to apply for your admission 2017

. Federal Polytechnic Nekede admission cut-off mark is 180 for 2017/2018 academic session. This is the application form for admission into full-time National Diploma (ND) of the school.

Edu news update: Post-UTME Screening Form Federal Poly Nekede 2017/2018

The 2017 Post-UTME has commenced and candidates who obtained a score of 180 and above in the 2017/2018 UTME EXAMINATION conducted by JAMB and choose Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri (FPNO) as their FIRST or SECOND choice INSTITUTION can now apply.

How To Apply For Federal Poly Nekede Post-UTME Screening for 2017/2018

(Registration Guideline)

Eligible candidates are requested to forward on line at support@fpno.edu.ng the following particulars:

a) O’Level Result (WASSCE, NECO, and NABTEB)
b) UTME Score
c) Jamb Subject combination for the course applied.

In addition, a Screening fee of N2,500.00 (Two thousand, five hundred naira only) should be paid into Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Treasury Single Account (TSA) 0140468461017 nationwide.
Application Closing Date:

All submissions of NekedePoly Post-UTME forms and payments must be completed on or before 10th September 2017.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: How To Prepare & Succeed In Your Post-UTME Screening

Edu news update: Post-UTME Screening Form Federal Poly Nekede 2017/2018

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CO-OPERATIVE AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION. (A CASE STUDY OF THE CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN ENUGU STATE)

CO-OPERATIVE AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION.

(A CASE STUDY OF THE CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN Enugu STATE)

ABSTRACT

This research work on co-operative and poverty in Enugu state intends to examine the level of poverty in Enugu state and to find out the level of co-operative movement, involvement in bringing permanent solution.

Co-operative is well organized will no doubt help to alleviate poverty in any state. The researcher data which were processed analyzed and presented.

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION
  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
  • STATEMENT OF THE STUDY
  • PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
  • RESEARCH QUESTION
  • LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY.

 

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

  • MEANING OF CO-OPERATIVE
  • WHAT IS POVERTY
  • THE EFFECTS OF POVERTY
  • HOW CO-OPERATIVE CAN BE USED TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY
  • TYPES OF CO-OPERATIVE
  • MEANING OF CO-OPERATIVE
  • IMPORTANCE OF CO-OPERATIVE

 

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH DESIGN AND DMETHODOLOGY

  • RESEARCH DESIGN
  • METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
  • POPULATION OF THE STUDY
  • SAMPLE SIZE
  • METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS

 

CHAPTER FOUR

DATA ANALYSIS / PRESENTATION

  • RESEARCH QESTIONS
  • DATA INTERPRETATION

 

CHAPTER FIVE

FINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONS

  • SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
  • RECOMMENDATIONS
  • CONCLUSION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In this chapter, the following issues will be discussed: Background of the study, Statement of the problems, Purpose of the study, Research questions, Scope of the study, Limitations of the study etc.

 

Co-operatives is sometimes regarded as an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise. They are based on values of self help, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. Co-operative members believe in ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others.

 

However, people pool themselves and their resources together as a result of their inability to solve their problems by themselves. This inability of individuals militates against the economic development of the society and this leads to the common man. Adequate measure and policy should be put in place as a solution. The government of Nigeria has tried to alleviate poverty through the introduction of several programmes and measures. To better the lives of the masses the Nigeria government a lot of programme such as Family Support Programme (FSP). Better Life Programme for the Rural Women (BLW). Family Economic Advancement Programme (FEAP)etc. The government had also intensified co-operative society as channel through which these programmes could be implemented properly. Co-operative is also seen as the means through government incentives and aids can get to the grass roots level and proper result achieved.

It is however at this point that this project tends to review the role of co-operative in poverty alleviation.

Many advance societies have embraced the co-operative form of enterprise while other are embracing it at a fast rate. This is based on the belief that the organisation has a lot to offer. No doubt, co-operative can enhance the standard of living of people. Historically, co-operatives have developed in response to some difficult situation. The under-privileged people can gather together to protect themselves by providing things through joint action.

 

The general low income of most people in the rural areas is a pre-requisite for group action. Co-operative organisation is seen by the government as a tool that is capable of supplementing government efforts in raising developmental capital and thereby assisting the growth of the economics.

 

  • STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Poverty no doubt militates against economic development and it is also one of the causes of the suffering of the masses hunger mass exploitation and other social problems such as prostitution, bribery, rituals, armed robbery, adulteration of goods and services, corrupt practices, drug addiction, frustration illiteracy, child abuse, high morality rate and other corrupt practices which people engage themselves in other to get rich quick.

Poverty in its simplest term means people with low income. Infact, the concept of the poverty has been a topic of debate in the past and in the present. The place of co-operative in the developed nations.

 

Co-operative in developing nations is trying to bring job opportunities can be created by co-operative. Directly and indirectly co-operative can improve standard of living and among others. Co-operative is no doubt can contribute to poverty alleviation.

 

  • PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The major aim of this project is to bring to x-ray the role of co-operative in alleviation of poverty in Enugu state.

Specifically, this project also aim at:

  1. To show the relationship between government and co-operative societies toward poverty alleviation.
  2. To show the importance / role of co-operative in poverty alleviation.
  3. To approve yet co-operative is the medium through which the weak and oppressed members of the society can reach the government
  4. To examine the involvement of co-operative in implementing government programme on poverty alleviation.
  5. To enlighten to the people on the importance of group effort.
  6. To identify co-operative activities that can create job opportunities, reduce poverty, increase the standard of living and ultimately reduce mass illiteracy etc.
  7. To identify the type of co-operative.

 

  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY.

The following are the significance of this research.

It is significant to policy makers who may be interested in formulating policy in poverty alleviation.

It is significant to the general public who may discover what their co-operative can do to change the lives. Other researchers will definitely benefit. This, it will provide source for other researchers on the same and related topics.

 

It is important to the co-operative movement thus useful information revealed will project the movement.

 

  • RESEARCH QUESTION.

The researcher is not left. It forms part of the requirements for the award of National Diploma. The research questions include the following:

  1. What does one achieve from co-operative society?
  2. What percentage of those in Enugu state belong to low income, middle and high level?
  3. What categories of people constitute majority of the co-operative society?
  4. How does the co-operative society reduce the level of illiteracy?
  5. Do you think co-operative can really alleviate poverty?
  6. What motivated you to join co-operative society?
  7. What are the activities of co-operative in Enugu state.

 

  • SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The scope of this research is to redress how co-operative society can be an instrument for poverty alleviation in Enugu state. The contribution of co-operative in alleviating poverty in Enugu state will be discussed. Ministry of Manpower Development and poverty Reduction co-operative decision will be restored as well as members and executives members of selected co-operative societies.

 

 

  • LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

There are some difficulties that militates against the study such as time and the gathering of research materials. Lack of materials in the school library as a whole is very big hindrance to the research work.

There are other factors such as lack of finance.

Apathy on the part of some of some respondents. These limitations not withstanding the data collected are without bias and relevant to the research study.

 

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