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Education / Updates On MTN Scholarship TestThat Will Be Held Today by Jablog9ja: 9:49am On Feb 08, 2022
Congratulations to those who are shortlisted for the MTN scholarship Cbt test.

I open this page just to share your experience during the cbt exam and the likely questions that came out.

Pls share your experiences, Remember sharing is caring.

Education / Does Your Middle Name Matter by Jablog9ja: 4:12am On Jan 28, 2022
Hi guys, need your help, I'm feeling nervous.

I applied for an undergraduate scholarship exam yesterday. while filling in my detail, I used my first name and last name, I excluded the middle name. But when uploading the necessary like O'level, admission letter, etc on those documents my first name, last name, and middle name is on it.

My question is hope that does not matter?
Education / Jamb Caps Admission Status Checker For 2021/2022 by Jablog9ja: 11:58am On Feb 06, 2021
How to Check Admission Status on JAMB CAPS Portal [with Steps to check it easily]

Education / OOU Post UTME Result For 2020/2021 Academic Session| How To Check by Jablog9ja: 10:52pm On Jan 22, 2021
The Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) Post UTME screening result for the 2020/2021 academic session is out.

See how to check below


OOU Post UTME Result for 2020/2021 Academic Session| How to Check



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Education / AAU Post UTME / DE Screening Form for 2020/2021 Session [UPDATED] by Jablog9ja: 7:43pm On Jan 19, 2021
AAU Post UTME Form 2020: Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Ekpoma, Post UTME and Direct Entry Screening Form for 2020/2021 Academic Session is still on sale. The deadline to apply is now 24th January 2021. The form cost N2,000. The cut-off mark is 180. See how to apply and other details below.


Latest update:

The deadline to apply for AAU POST UTME and DIRECT ENTRY has been extended to 24th January 2021.

The AAU Departmental Cut-off Mark for 2020/2021 is Out.

Due to the medical and dental Council decision on AAU medicine and surgery, AAU will not admit candidates in this current 2020/21 session. Candidates are advised to change their course to medical lab science, physiology, nursing, Anatomy, engineering or any preferred science course. They may wish to change to other Universities of their choic

Click here to see how to apply ,eligibility and other details


Education / NDA Postgraduate Admission Form For 2020/2021 Session [UPDATED] by Jablog9ja: 11:09am On Dec 31, 2020
Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA Postgraduate Admission Form for 2020/2021 Session is still on sale. The deadline to apply is now 14th February 2021. This is for Full-Time & Professional Programmes. The form cost N10,000. See how to apply and other details below.

Latest Update: The deadline to apply is now 14th February 2021.

Read more here @ https://jablog9ja.com.ng/nda-postgraduate-form/

Education / OAU JUPEB Entrance Exam Results For 2020/2021 Session Is Out by Jablog9ja: 6:58pm On Dec 06, 2020
This is to inform prospective JUPEB students of Obafemi Awolowo University that the management of the university has released the result of the entrance examination for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Candidates are to note that Cut-off Point is 40 for all Subject Combinations.

Read How to check in the link below;

Education / Encounter With Plateau Student Who Made 9 A1 In SSCE by Jablog9ja: 10:16am On Nov 28, 2020
At infancy, she was the slow type who takes time at getting things done. She was the typical late bloomer. However, her quiet and reserved nature made her stand out.

Sylvia Ulan Andrew, the overall best student at the just-released West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) 2020, in Plateau State, attributes her outstanding feat to continuous studying and reading a book (no matter the subject) every day.

“Ulan’s life, especially as a kid, is completely different from what we are seeing today,” Martha Emmanuel Manju, Ulan’s mother, recounts with nostalgia.

According to Martha, Ulan was not used to playing like other toddlers and was not the crying type. “It took her too long to crawl but she was a very strong and clever child. I later identified some special innate abilities as she started growing up.”

Her slow-paced development and introverted nature got her mother worried at some point. Being a single parent, it was natural to worry over the future of her only child.

When the news of Ulan’s outstanding WASSCE performance broke, she was celebrated everywhere, particularly in Plateau, her home state.

“I was elated over this noteworthy achievement. But the truth is that it didn’t come as a surprise because right from her nursery, primary and secondary school days, she has always been the best in her class. She would always take the first position in her class and that is why her result wasn’t a surprise to me.”

“After her final exams, I prayed that she would come out in flying colours but never knew she would emerge overall best student in the state. But God has willed it for her and it happened effortlessly.”

Ulan, who is from Bokkos LGA of the state, graduated from Premier Academy Lugbe, Abuja.

She was said to have emerged overall best student at the National Common Entrance Examinations which earned her a scholarship from Shell Petroleum Development Company.

According to her mother, she started noticing Ulan’s academic excellence when she began nursery school in her Anguldy community, in Jos South.

“A few years after, we enrolled her into Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School Jos, where she became the overall best in the National Common Entrance Exam and thereafter, selected among the ten best in Plateau for an aptitude test in Abuja. She came top in the test and earned a scholarship into Premier Academy Lugbe for her secondary school education.

The demise of her husband in 2003, when she was just three months pregnant with Ulan didn’t discourage her, but rather propelled her to rebuild the family he left behind by giving her best to raise their only kid.
“My husband died when our marriage was just two months old, but I had confidence in God and believed that He would surely see me through in raising Ulan. I am happy that God has not disappointed me from the success Ulan has recorded so far.”

Martha recounted that before the death of her husband, she had already learned tailoring which helped her immeasurably in affording her daughter’s basic needs before she secured a job with the Plateau Rural Supply Agency.

She said it was not easy to face and confront the challenges of the past 17 years.

“Life is all about challenges and how you confront them. You cannot have a successful life without facing one challenge or the other. I am the kind of person who doesn’t force myself to acquire something that is beyond my power. I love living a simple life.”

Ulan, on her part, is happy with her performance even as she acknowledges that it wasn’t an easy journey. She said it requires great amount of hard work and commitment to attain such a feat.

“I am extremely happy to obtain A1 in all the nine subjects I registered for. Before the release of the results, as usual, I was excited as well as tensed, and prayed that nothing would go wrong with my result. I prayed that my hardworking would pay off and when I saw the results, I was happy that I’ve made my mother proud.”

According to Ulan, the secret behind her success is that she never allowed a day pass without reading books. “I studied whatever my teachers taught me in class. I often go to class to study and at certain points, ask myself to relax because I have been doing well. I would always be present and attentive during classes, and I also read whatever I can lay my hands on irrespective of the subject because I believe I can learn something from it.

“I had dreamed severally of studying Chemical Engineering and that was why I chose science class when I was enrolled in secondary school to actualize my dream. I have never thought of quitting science class no matter how hard things turn out because I believe that nothing is impossible once you are determined.

“My dream of studying Chemical Engineering would not be unconnected to the passion I have for Chemistry and Physics and I know that by the grace of God, I can do it. I don’t want to study a course I’m not interested in.”

While commenting on her mother, Ulan said “I will never forget what my mother did for me in life. She tries her best to make my life comfortable. She lives a difficult life just to see that I succeed. I admire her and she would forever remain my role model.”

The Plateau State Governor, Simon Bako Lalong, last week pledged to give her a scholarship to any university of her choice around the world.

Governor Lalong, who congratulated her for the feat, said he was not surprised because of the abundant talents available in the state, praising her mother for raising her single-handedly since the death of her husband even before Ulan was born.

Ulan, who expressed joy over the pledge, thanked the governor and promised not to disappoint him and the people of Plateau State.

She said the promise if fulfilled, would encourage other students to perform better, saying the gesture was highly commendable.


Foreign Affairs / Re: India Enters First Recession In 73 Years by Jablog9ja: 6:02pm On Nov 27, 2020
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We are not ready because people are not truthful and sincere. Everyone is after his pocket


Education / University Of Jos (unijos) Announce Resumption Date For Ijmb Students 2020/2021 by Jablog9ja: 5:23pm On Nov 27, 2020

The University of Jos hereby announces the resumption of academic activities for its IJMB Programme under the NON-NUC Funded Programmes (NNUCFP) for the 2020/2021 Academic Session.

Students admitted into the Programme are to note that payment of the prescribed fees for the Session resumes immediately while Sessional Registration and Lectures will commence on Tuesday 1st December 2020. Students should also note that adherence to the COVID-19 Safety Protocols especially uses of Face Masks, Sanitizers and Social Distancing will be strictly enforced.

Meantime, Application Forms for admission into the University of Jos IJMB Programme for the 2020/2021 Academic Session are still on sale. Interested Applicants can purchase the Forms at the cost of Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only.


Interested candidates must possess a minimum of five (5) credits in English Language, Mathematics and any three (3) of the following subjects: History, Government, Economics, Accounting, Commerce, Geography, CRS, IRS, Hausa, Arabic, and Literature in English.


Application Forms are available online and can be obtained via the University website: www.unijos.edu.ng upon payment through the Remita payment platform.

Submission of Forms

All candidates are expected to submit a hard copy of the completed Forms to the office of the Deputy Registrar, Non-NUC Funded Programme, University of Jos, Room 106 Academic block, Bauchi Road Campus, or IJMB Coordinator’s Office, Township Campus, Murtala Mohammed Way, Jos.

For more inquiries, interested candidates can contact the Deputy Registrar, Non-NUC Funded Programmes on phone number 08036002652.


Chief Monday M. Danjem



Education / Re: OFFA POLY SUG Disclaims Purported Awards To Cult Groups by Jablog9ja: 5:40pm On Nov 26, 2020
This is to inform the general public of the purported award circulating the social media given to one unknown and unregistered association named “Alora’.

This is a totally self-fabricated award which does NOT emanate from our office but a self-made, probably photoshopped by an enemy of progress and that of the Union whom for personal gain and selfish interest trying to tarnish the good Name of our ever-progressing Institution and Union.

We are using this medium to totally DEBUNK this unfounded award as we are strictly operating an Anti-cultist Union and as student representatives, we declare such NULLIFIED.

Also, we hereby call on all enemies of progress who want the good Name of our institution bastardized to desist before Nemesis catch-up wich them and we TOTALLY distance ourselves as the Students Union Leaders of Federal Polytechnic Offa from the concocted award and we totally stand against it as we always do.

Both students, Alumni association, the host community of our Great institution, and the general public are to take cognizance, Please.

Education / OFFA POLY SUG Disclaims Purported Awards To Cult Groups by Jablog9ja: 5:39pm On Nov 26, 2020
OFFA POLY SUG Disclaims Purported Awards To Cult Groups
Education / Re: ASUU Strike Won’t Affect Jamb’s 2020/2021 Admission Process, Says Official by Jablog9ja: 1:56pm On Nov 19, 2020
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Education / Re: ASUU Strike Won’t Affect Jamb’s 2020/2021 Admission Process, Says Official by Jablog9ja: 1:11pm On Nov 19, 2020
Education / ASUU Strike Won’t Affect Jamb’s 2020/2021 Admission Process, Says Official by Jablog9ja: 12:30pm On Nov 19, 2020
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has assured that the ongoing strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would not affect this year’s admission process.
A senior official of JAMB who spoke to The Guardian under the condition of anonymity assured parents and prospective candidates seeking admission into the nation’s tertiary institutions that the board will soon commence admission process for the 2020/2021 session.
The face-off between the Federal Government and ASUU has resulted in an eight-month industrial action by lecturers, raising concerns over admission and academic calendar.
But the JAMB official stated that efforts are on by the board in partnership with other stakeholders, to come up with all necessary information that will guide prospective candidates on how to complete admission processes into institutions of their choice.

He said: “We have conducted the examinations and by the end of this month, we will be starting our admission process’’
He expressed optimism that it is possible for institutions to admit students this session.
The official also agued that Nigerian universities’ calendar has never been the same. According him, while some institutions have finished last session and are waiting for JAMB to give them the go ahead to start admissions; some government institutions are in first semester. “Those who are ready will start and those ones who are not can do admissions and when they finish, they can now call their students.’’
On his part, the Director of Corporate Affairs, Nigerian Universities Commission, (NUC), Ibrahim Yakasai in an interview with The Guardian said there is no connection between the industrial action by ASUU and admissions.
“I think we need to talk about the pandemic first, how many months were lost as a result of the pandemic? Though the Federal Government is yet to come up with a policy on the issue, this year’s admission will be done in such a way that nothing would be lost,” Yakasai stated.
“Officially, I will tell you that there is no policy yet on what will happen but my thinking is that some measures would be put in place to ensure that nothing is lost for old students and the new ones coming in.’’

Credit: https://jablog9ja.com.ng/ASUU-strike-wont-hinder-jambs-2020-2021-admission-system-says-administrator/

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Education / Story Of Success - Part 1 by Jablog9ja: 11:13am On Nov 19, 2020
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