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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Onacamng(f): 8:02pm On Feb 10|
Pls who has unsolved mth106 TMAs. I need it
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by komali19sharma: 8:06pm On Feb 10|
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by ebunlomocrown: 10:15pm On Feb 10|
Thanks ma God bless,please in which state are you doing it
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 6:48pm On Feb 11|
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 12:53am On Feb 12|
Hope our Sunday is going on fine
On timetable, the two E-exam timetable we have so far are draft which means they are still working on them to make sure all courses are inputted and no one will miss any exam, there might still be another draft before the final one. The final one will have FINAL TIMETABLE as it name but note that the final might still be amended.
On TMA not available, I believe the TMA not loaded yet are the ones missing in the timetable, such will be rectified before the final timetable is released therefore continue your preparation
For those that doesn't use the system quite much don't worry it will be fine it more of clicking and typing is little, from your first exam you will pick up fast don't let that affect your cognition
Please learn how to use copy and paste because some questions are repeated that you can just copy the answer from one question and paste in the other but if it is so difficult you will be giving a piece of paper if you demand for one which you can use to write them down
Note spellings are very essential if you miss a letter in your spellings you will fail the question, also spell the way they spell, that is, even if the spelling is wrong and that is what is the answer spell it that way, that is why we urge you to revise with your TMA and also get past questions (more hint will be made available)
We stop here for today.
Enjoy the new week that leads to your exam LOL
Note: You can chat me up for more information
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by oNj(m): 8:05am On Feb 12|
I have an issue in my portal please
Studying Accounting, 2nd Semester
During the course/code changes, my SMS 208 was changed to FMS 208, same title: Computer Appreciation for Managers. Till now, no TMA
Now the problem is that during the same course changes, my coursemates' SMS 208 was changed to CI8208: Information Systems, with complete TMA even.
I've gone to my SC to complain, but they(the IT man and 2 other staff members) insisted that my portal is reflecting the right course for my program and my mates' CIT208 is wrong. Their reason, SMS 208 is rightly FMS 208(going by the list of changed courses) and has no business with CIT 208. Secondly, going by the titles, "Information Systems" is not an Accounting course while "Computer Appreciation for Managers" is.
Their conclusion was that I shouldn't be worried.
Please is there anything else I can do to get "the issue" rectified?
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 11:10pm On Feb 12|
In a recent interview with Fortis of Lade’s Signatory, President of the Congress of National open university of Nigeria (NOUN) Students (CONS), Lurd Bouch has disclosed that students of conventional universities cannot stand students of NOUN universities. Read excerpts from the interview below;
Can WE MEET YOU?
My name is Lurd Bouch. I am just a human being who loves to do things unique and differently. Lurd Bouch is an everyday person. I’m a 400 level student of National Open University Of Nigeria in the department of Computer Science who by nature of humanity loves co-ordinated things.
How do you feel being the President of Congress of National Open University Of Nigeria students?
(Laughs) No,that’s a big post. First of all, we have just one president which is President Muhammadu Buhari. I’m a servant of the Congress of National Open University Of Nigeria students.
Being the President of a Congress of students who are branched in various locations across the country and ensuring that people who don’t have the privilege of involving themselves in the day to day hassles of university life get quality education. What does it feel like?
Well, I am happy that people are beginning to understand what NOUN is.
NOUN is a federal University and it is a great joy to see people coming together to project that brand.
It is delightful because everyone can now have access to quality education because right now we have over 76 study centres across Nigeria.
National Open University of Nigeria is an Open Distance Learning (ODL) Institution and what it does is to bring the flexibility of education to you. This translates to mean you can be anywhere and still get good education.
It is not for the old but for everyone who wiahes to be educated. Laughs I am not old but I am here.
Another misconception is that it is seen as a succour for students who have been frustrated by JAMB and a place for less privileged students or cannot afford the fees of other institutions. This again is not true.
Some people even think it is a lesser university compared to a conventional one. I am happy that today lot of people now understand the true meaning of NOUN. Let me sound it clearly. NOUN is a Federal University. Disregard us at your own detriment. Laughs
Considering that you have 76 study centres across the nation, How do you hope to bring about effective harmonisation of students?
We have left the analogue age, and social media has been of great help. I can tell you right now that we have over a hundred and fifty thousand students harmonised.
By virtue of the wisdom of the Vice-Chancellor, he has said all study centres should have a students’ forum. We are essentially trying to connect these centres. That’s the main reason why I am in Ilorin.
The National Association Of Nigeria Students have just recently approved us as the students body for NOUN, that’s anothee big force that is helping us.
What is your main agenda concerning NOUN students?
I am there simply to serve so there is no different agenda other than the CONS agenda which is to promote the NOUN brand by uniting everyone across board. So, my aim is to unite, promote the act that established NOUN and improve the overall welfare of NOUN students academically, professionally and all the about.
What are the challenges faced by NOUN and what are the ways this are been tackled?
A major glitch is the misconception about NOUN which I already talked about. but thank God things are changing. The NYSC and Law School saga are also things that worries a lot. Fortunately, the Senate has passed a bill to rectify these. We therefore call on the President to sign the bill into law so NOUN students can begin to serve and admitted into law school. NOUN is a Federal University for God’s sake, It should be treated as so.
As an ODL Institution,NOUN surely needs effective technological input to work out. How is this being done considering the poor IT state of the country?
NOUN is doing its best despite the state of the economy as the economy of Nigeria improves, NOUN will improve and as we grow, things are bound to get better. You cannot be faster than the car you are driving so we are improving and will continue to do so.
What are the steps taken towards rebranding NOUN?
We just set up our media team to work out modalities on the issue of rebranding. I as an individual do not associate myself with mediocrity. I make sure to carve a ninch in all I tend to do. This is the spirit behind the drive. We are tutoring students of various study on positive branding and how they should be of good behaviour. Very soon, jingles would start rolling out on radios and conferences would be organised to make the NOUN brand known in proper light.
What ways can the Senate Council of the school come in to better students welfare?
Because of the structure of NOUN,The school will not want to be entirely responsible to/for students. As an ODL Institution, students have been psyched to just Read, Write exam and leave that’s we are changing that perspective. NOUN is evolving. On the other hand, the Senate Council is doing its best to provide resources that enhances quality education and students welfare as should.
On National politics now,what are your views on Restructuring?
First of all, are we ready? Restructing is an individual thing that must start with our mindset. if you and I do the right things and our families changes we will have a better society.
What I see we are practicing today is virtual change. To effect change we need alot of passion, we need a lot of will, we need a lot of sacrifice and sincerity of purpose.
Youth participation in politics,Are we ready?
I have been a campaigner of youth leaders but I have come to realise that we are not fronting for things we should be fronting for. Everywhere, you see youths who are bike men without aspirations or youths who come together to plot out to catch a new girl.
Youths in Nigeria have lost focus and we need to get back our senses. While conversing with a Senator sometimes ago, we talked about it. He said “Who are the youths, the ones that don’t know themselves? You people are not ready yet”. Funny, I said this thing to someone and he told me it was a mind game. But let’s be truthful to ourselves, are we ready? And the answer is clear WE ARE NOT READY! The elections is drawing close and some coins must change hands, once that happens, youths will sell out. If there is no receiver there won’t be a giver.
During the last election, whilst I was about to vote someone offered me #2,000 to vote for his party and I offered him #5,000 to vote for mine since we have all decided go stupid, let’s go stupid laughs What I am trying to say is again, the efficacy of little coins in our polling units remains potent and until we change that narrative, we would continue to have missing money and bad leaders. Also people who don’t have their PVC, those who have but won’t come out to vote are problems too. Youths should involve in active politics. To answer your question, yes in 2019 I am going to be vying for a post in the Delta state House of Assembly.
Your message to all NOUN students?
I have just a message for them. you are a star. In life, everyone was born stars, while some are Superstars others twinkle stars. It is in your own hand which you wish to be. A star in this context is a NOUN Student with that Nigerian Never die spirit. It is not easy to read without lecturers and pass. NOUN is not an environment where you can go and block your lecturers. Dear NOUNite, be focused, do things for yourselves and take things seriously. You are the real star.
Your message to all Nigerians?
To all Nigerians
NOUN has evolved, NOUN is improving, NOUN is progressive. So, to those who doubt us, us just give us one more year and see how we will take over the educational sector. As a NOUN student if you graduate with a 2nd class upper give thanks to God. You are the real MVP. NOUN is the best university in Nigeria and many students of conventional universities can’t stand us. Our 2nd class upper graduate will beat most 1st graduates. I’ll say it anywhere.
The things people are afraid of about NOUN is our capacity in students strength, the ability of our students to do the extra compared to theirs. But they shouldn’t fear. We are not contesting the right to supremacy with anyone. We are just saying we are NOUN students smiles.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Manuel2017(m): 5:01am On Feb 13|
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by dave121: 6:56am On Feb 13|
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 7:31am On Feb 13|
On timetable know that once a new timetable is out the former one becomes useless.
The final timetable will carry the name final but note it can still be amended
TMA closes by 28th of February so please endeavor to check and finish up available ones, even if you are done just do carry out a routine check up
TMA assistance is available you can chat me up
For the exam make sure you have your ID card and stamped exam slip
Plan never to go for any exam late and plan to stay hours before it your turn to go and write yours
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by oNj(m): 11:40am On Feb 13|
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Sike(m): 12:14pm On Feb 13|
My TMA is not showing formulas, especially maths TMA. Please what can I do?? I can't just be ticking what is not displaying.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by folajoy09(f): 12:17pm On Feb 13|
Thank you for the information. Please how are we to effect the change in our registered course?
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 3:54pm On Feb 13|
USE GOOGLE CHROME AND MAKE SURE ITS NOT ON DESKTOP MODE
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 6:44pm On Feb 13|
Studying with us gives a rewarding experience as we give you all the support you need to succeed.
Generally, the requirements for getting admission into the National Open University of Nigeria include five (5) credits in the SSCE/GCE O’Level/NECO/NABTEB or equivalents at not more than two (2) sittings obtained in subjects relevant to the proposed field(s) of study. The five (5) credits include Credits in Mathematics, English and 3 other relevant subjects. More details can be found under programmes.
i) National Diploma at Upper Credit from recognized institutions.
ii) National Certificate in Education (NCE) in subject(s) relevant to the proposed programme of study with a minimum of one merit and two passes.
iii). International Baccalaureates, Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) with at least two ‘A’ Level papers in relevant subjects and pre-requisite number of ‘O’ Level credit passes.
To qualify for admission into any of the postgraduate programmes of the University, a candidate must meet, among others, all matriculation requirements of at least five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics. Some programmes accept at least a pass in Mathematics.
For Postgraduate Diploma Programmes, Candidates must possess either a minimum of pass Bachelors Degree in any discipline from a University recognised by the Senate of the NOUN OR a Higher National Diploma with a minimum of Lower Credit. For the Postgraduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting, the candidate must have been called to the Bar. Also for admission into the school of Business and Human Resource Management Postgraduate Diploma programmes, candidates with professional qualifications such as ACA, ACIS, ACIB, ACII, ACIA, etc may be considered on individual merit.
For Master degree programmes, candidates must possess either a Bachelors Degree with a minimum of second class lower in the relevant field of study from a University recongnised by the Senate of the NOUN. However, holders of lower classification and with a minimum of 2 years of relevant post-qualification experience may be considered on individual merit OR a Postgraduate Diploma in related field of study from a recongnised University OR A Higher National Diploma with a minimum of Upper Credit in the relevant field of study. Candidate with membership certificate of relevant professional bodies may apply for the Master of Business (MBA) programme.
For the Doctor of Philosophy Degree prorammes, candidates must possess a masters degree in relevant field of study from a University recongised by the Senate of the NOUN with a minimum score average of not less than 60% or a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.5 on a 5-point scale.
You are welcome.
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 6:59pm On Feb 13|
Things needed for exam
You must Atleast registered your courses and exam in ur portal before u can access ur
you must do all your TMA's before you can access all ur exams.
You must Atleast have a valid school I. D card
You must have a stamped exam registered exams slip
Else you won't be permitted in exam hall
If you've done all this then be endeavors to read your course materials and past questions
If you need help E-exam past questions kindly inbox me to get it and TMA solutions at affordable price
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Yem0350: 9:37pm On Feb 13|
The only thing you know how to post is TMA assistance.
Why not encourage them to do it by themselves?
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by BdorianGray(m): 2:59am On Feb 14|
How u doing....Happy birthday and happy Val's...
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by ayungmony15(m): 4:59am On Feb 14|
HE POSTED IT NOT ATTAINING TO YOU ALONE, ITS A MATTER OF CHOICE....
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Yem0350: 6:06am On Feb 14|
ayungmony15:and you think it will uplift the image of the school
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by ayungmony15(m): 8:06am On Feb 14|
RUBBISH, YOU JUST JUDGE SOMEONE SO QUICKLY, WHAT DO U MEAN NOW BY YOU THINK IT WILL UPLIFT THE IMAGE OF THE SCHOOL....HAVE U PATRONIZE HIM OR HAVE YOU GUYZ MET.... ABEG MAKE U DEY THINK BEFORE U TALK
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 8:16am On Feb 14|
Good Morning to everyone (Ladies and Gentlemen, Married Men and Women) HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
Note the following
Pop ends on 17th
E exam starts on 21st
TMA closes on 28th
Yes is true some TMAs are not yet available
Yes is true many still doubt the closing date of TMA
Yes is true many believe they will submit their TMAs few days to the closing date
Yes is true you may encounter some difficulties while submitting
Do your self good by solving and submitting any available TMA in your portal to avoid had I know.. There is this popular saying a stitch in time saves nine.
Wishing you academic success
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by folajoy09(f): 6:13pm On Feb 14|
Pls how wld I change CIT 101 to CIT 104. Would I re-register again now that the course code has just been changed. Thanks.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by emeraldoe(f): 8:40pm On Feb 14|
Pls help me oh. I need e-exams time table. Cant open it on my phone even though i av adobe reader.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by UEDIBO: 12:45am On Feb 15|
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15: 7:50am On Feb 15|
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|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Kazrem(m): 7:53am On Feb 15|
It's getting closer daily. E-exams is almost here. What are you still waiting for? Order for solved e-exam past questions today and excel in your exam.
What about TMA? Have you got them all done? Do a quick check and contact us if not done. We are a call/message away.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by ayungmony15(m): 11:21pm On Feb 15|
PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE GENERATION OF NOUN RRR NUMBER
One of the major reason why this page is important and very straightforward, is because i will be providing you, with the complete process for generating the rrr number, and not just stopping there, but i will be doing so, with images as well.
Step 1: The very first to step to successfully generating the noun rrr number, is to visit the NOUN application page : nouonline.net
Step 2: When the Application portal loads up, proceed and Click on Make Payment On Remita Link.
noun rrr number
Step 3: When the portal loads up, proceed and click on “PAY WITH REMITA”
Step 4. Click on the ‘Submit And Generate Remita Payment Reference Button (RRR)
Step 5: When you’ve done that, you can choose to write down the displayed payment Reference Number (RRR)
Step 6: Go to the nearest commercial bank closer to you, and make payment.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by ayungmony15(m): 11:24pm On Feb 15|
NOUN 2018 APPLICATION FORM IS OUT
Using this medium, this is to inform the general public that,
THE National Open University of Nigeria, has released the admission application and registration form for 2018 Admission.
candidates who are interested of studying in NOUN, can now apply.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Punck4real(f): 1:14am On Feb 16|
Please any information technology PDG 2nd semester around need ur help.
|Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by missyojo(f): 9:05am On Feb 16|
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