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MAU, Yola Announces Online Screening For 2022/2023 Admission Exercise

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By Muhammad B Muhammad

Modibbo Adama University, Yola announces registration for its online screening of candidates for admission into undergraduate programmes for the 2022/2023 academic session.


According to a statement signed by the registra of the university, the platform will be opened for online registration from 4th October, 2022.


“Candidates who chose MAU, Yola as their MOST Preferred Choice of institution (First Choice) are advised to register and submit their documents online (No physical appearance for the screening/submission of documents is required please)
Through the website: mautech.postutme.admissions.cloud or visit mautech.edu.ng click on 2022/2023 Post UTME Platform and click on ‘Existing Applicant.’


“However, candidates who did not choose MAU, Yola as their first choice can also register for the online post UTME screening after observing the following steps:
Change of institution to MAU, Yola from JAMB platform.


“Notify the change to MAU (your JAMB Reg. No. and Phone Number are required) via the following email address: admissions@mautech.edu.ng
Waite for response from MAU to enable you proceed on registration for the POSTUTME online screening.

“Eligibility; candidates who scored a minimum of 160 points in UTME Exams and have five relevant O’ level credits (including Mathematics and English language) are eligible to register into 100 level.


“Candidates with a minimum of Lower Credit in Diploma or Merit grade in NCE from a recognized tertiary institution and have five relevant O’ level credits (including Mathematics and English language) are eligible to register into 200 level.

“Procedure for Payment and Registration for the Post UTME; Log into mautech_postutme.admissions.cloud or visit mautech.edu.ng and click on ‘2022/2023 POST UTME’ link and click on ‘existing applicant’.
ii. Follow the details as displayed.
iii. You will be required to pay N2,000.00 online for the Registration.


“Note: i. Those with awaiting results are advised to upload obtained results immediately on the Post-UTME Platform for processing.
ii. For more details, please refer to our website mautech.edu.ng for the 2022/2023 POST UTME Online registration procedure.
iv. The date for POSTUTME Exams on ALL PROGRAMMES will be communicated at the appropriate time.

“POST UTME ONLINE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR 2022/2023
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
STEPS; You are to visit the mautech_postutme.admissions.cloud or University website mautech.edu.ng and then click on ‘2022/2023 POST UTME’ link, and click on ‘existing applicant’.


“Login page will be displayed for you.
Use your JAMB No as your Username and Password to log in. You will be directed to REMITA payment platform to make payment.
Choose a payment option (i.e. using ATM Card or Bank):
ATM Card Payment Option:
Click ‘proceed to payment’ icon
Select card type (Master Card, Verve Card etc)
Enter your Card details and ATM PIN No. and ‘submit’ OTP confirmatory code will be sent to your phone/email to confirm your transaction.


“FINALLY, enter the sent OTP code to complete your transaction.
N2, 000.00 will be deducted from your account. After completing the payment, you will be taken to the registration platform to proceed with your registration.
Bank Payment Option: Click ‘proceed to payment’ icon, Select Bank;
Enter your details as required and ‘submit’
Print the e-invoice containing the Remita Reference No. and take to any Commercial Bank and pay the sum of two thousand (N2, 000.00).


“A payment receipt will be generated for you from the bank.
Log on to MAUTECH website again, select ‘2022/2023 POST UTME’ link, select ‘existing applicant’ and enter your JAMB No as username and password again. You will be taken to the registration platform to proceed with registration.


“CHOICE OF PROGRAMME: You are required to select the choice of your programme of study from the list of available programmes.
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
You are expected to enter not more than two sittings of your O’ level Examination results with their centres/examination numbers
In addition to the above, DE applicants are expected to enter institution and class of diploma/statement of result obtained (ND, HND, NCE, A level).

“UPLOADING OF DOCUMENTS:
Upload Scanned Copies of the following Documents (the documents should be between 200kb and 300Kb each in PDF format):
i. JAMB Result Slip for UTME/JAMB Acknowledgement Slip for DE ii. O’ Level Result(s); two sittings maximum
iii. A Level Result (ND/HND/NCE/IJMB)
iv. Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
v. Local Government Indigene Letter

“SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:
After filling/uploading all the necessary information/Certificates, you are advised to cross check and ensure that all entries/uploads are correct. You should then submit the application by clicking on the ‘Submit application’ button.

“PRINTING OF APPLICATION FORM:
After successful submission of your application, your application page is displayed. Your JAMB Registration Number is your Application ID (Password) as well as your login
Username. You may wish to print your application form by Clicking on the ‘Print Application’ button,” the statement said.

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NUC Approves 43 Academic Programmes For Federal University Kashere

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By Tom Garba, Yola

National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved all 43 academic programs presented for certification during the October/November 2023 accreditation exercise of Federal University Kashere.

This development was made known in a press release signed by the University’s public relations officer, Mrs Janet Ibrahim Ezekiel and presented to this medium today.

NUC approval document with the reference number NUC/ES/412/VOL.14/327, which was addressed to Prof. Umaru A. Pate, Vice Chancellor of the university with the caption, “Result of the October/November 2023 Accreditation of Academic Programmes in Nigerian Universities.

This indicated that in line with the provision of section 10 (1) of the Education (National Minimum Standard and Establishment of Institutions) Act CAP E3. Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, the commission organized the Accreditation of academic programs at the Federal University of Kashere in October/November and accredited all 43 academic status

Among the programs listed were postgraduate programs presented for accreditation, as well as some existing undergraduate programs presented for re-accreditation, and others were newly established programs presented for initial accreditation, all of which were approved, with no programs denied accreditation.

According to the results, out of the 43 programs offered, all four (4) postgraduate programs received accreditation status, 32 undergraduate programs received full accreditation, and 7 other undergraduate programs received interim accreditation status.

” It is important to note that any Postgraduate Programme with Accredited Status and Undergraduate Programme with Full Accreditation will remain valid for five (5) years after which they will be presented for re-accreditation, whereas those with Interim Accreditation Status will be valid for two (2) years before being re-accredited.

“You may be aware that the Federal University of Kashere offers 98 academic programs, 49 at the postgraduate and undergraduate levels. It is also worth noting that all 49 Postgraduate Programmes have been authorized and recognized; 42 Undergraduate Programmes have Full Accreditation Status, while the remaining seven (7) Undergraduate Programmes have Interim Accreditation Status.” The statement said

In response to the latest development, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Umaru A. Pate, thanked Allah for the good conclusion and congratulated all staff participating in the accreditation process, calling it a communal achievement. While promising to work toward solidifying the achievement, the Vice Chancellor also requested additional cooperation from the entire University personnel in his efforts to convert the University into a true fortress of learning.

It should be noted that the Vice Chancellor, upon taking office on February 11, 2021, pledged to strengthen the University’s academic standards and quality assurance as one of his administration’s six priorities, as seen by the outcomes of this accrediting exercise.

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JAMB 2024: How 115 Students Of Solid Foundation Tutors Scored Above 300 In Taraba 

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By Sani Yarima 

Over 115 students from various schools who enrolled with the Solid Foundation Tutors in Taraba State have achieved scores of 250 and above in the 2024 JAMB examination.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation, Mr. William Moses Iro, shared this information with journalists in Jalingo, the capital city.

He said nine (9) out of the over one hundred and fifteen (115) students scored 300 and above while others scored 250 and above in their 2024 JAMB.

The organization was established in October 2015, initially operating at Success Nursery and Primary School in Magami with 48 students. 

Over the years, the student population has rapidly grown, and currently, they have over 1000 students.

In 2018, they requested a more suitable location, and the Taraba State Ministry of Education relocated them to Low-cost Nursery and Primary School, where they currently conduct their lessons.

Mr. William Moses Iro mentioned that the center has over twenty teachers, including specialized teachers for subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. 

They offer a wide range of courses, including English, Mathematics, Financial Accounting, Literature, Government, and Religious Studies. 

For younger children, they focus on developing their reading and numeric skills and also provide additional support for struggling students. 

Mr. Iro emphasized the need for serious commitment from their students and encouraged them to overcome the mentality that certain subjects are difficult.

He said they aim to contribute positively to the education system and empower young people in the community in line with Governor Agbu Kefas’s free education agenda.

Mr. Moses expressed pride in the success stories achieved by the foundation. 

He noted that many students who previously struggled with professional courses and university placements are now excelling in their chosen fields thanks to the foundation. 

Additionally, Iro pointed out that before the establishment of the foundation, many of them were not studying in universities beyond Yola, Taraba, or Maiduguri, but now they are studying in prestigious institutions such as OAU, Unilag, Nsukka, and other universities, pursuing their dream courses.

Mr. Iro shared that he was previously employed at a multimedia company in Ile-Ife, Osun State but was inspired to start the tutorial center in Jalingo to positively impact students and help them achieve their goals.

The classes run from 4 pm to 6 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 12 pm or 1 pm on weekends and during vacations, they have full-day sessions to cover the syllabus and teach study skills.

According to him, their main challenge is the lack of suitable venues for classes, especially for general subjects like English and Mathematics. 

Mr. William Moses Iro urged Governor Kefas for assistance in providing a dedicated hall for teaching. 

Additionally, they face challenges with the stuffy environment during hot weather and expressed hope for support from the government to address these challenges to enable them to contribute to their vision of providing quality education.

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2024 JAMB: How 115 Students Of Solid Foundation Tutor Scored 300, 250 In Taraba 

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Over 115 students from various schools who enrolled with the Solid Foundation Tutor in Taraba State have achieved scores of 250 and above in the 2024 JAMB examination.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation, Mr. William Moses, shared this information with journalists in Jalingo, the capital city.

He said nine (9) out of the over one hundred and fifteen (115) students scored 300 and above in their 2024 JAMB.

The organization was established in October 2015, initially operating at Success Nursery and Primary School in Magami with 48 students. 

Over the years, the student population has rapidly grown, and currently, they have over 1000 students.

In 2018, they requested a more suitable location, and the Taraba State Ministry of Education relocated them to Low Past Nursery and Primary School, where they currently conduct their lessons.

Mr. William Moses mentioned that the center has over twenty teachers, including specialized teachers for subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. 

They offer a wide range of courses, including English, Mathematics, Financial Accounting, Literature, Government, and Religious Studies. 

For younger children, they focus on developing their reading and numeric skills and also provide additional support for struggling students. 

Mr. Moses emphasized the need for serious commitment from their students and encouraged them to overcome the mentality that certain subjects are difficult.

He said they aim to contribute positively to the education system and empower young people in the community in line with Governor Agbu Kefas’s free education agenda.

Mr. Moses expressed pride in the success stories achieved by the foundation. 

He noted that many students who previously struggled with professional courses and university placements are now excelling in their chosen fields thanks to the foundation. 

Additionally, Moses pointed out that before the establishment of the foundation, many of them were not studying in universities beyond Yola, Taraba, or Maiduguri, but now they are studying in prestigious institutions such as OAU, Unilag, Nsukka, and other universities, pursuing their dream courses.

Mr. Moses shared that he was previously employed at a multimedia company in Ile Ife, but was inspired to start the tutorial center in Jalingo to positively impact students and help them achieve their goals.

The classes run from 4 pm to 6 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 12 pm or 1 pm on weekends. During vacations, they have full-day sessions to cover the syllabus and teach study skills.

According to him, their main challenge is the lack of suitable venues for classes, especially for general subjects like English and Mathematics. 

Mr. William Moses urged Governor Kefas for assistance in providing a dedicated hall for teaching. 

Additionally, they face challenges with the stuffy environment during hot weather and expressed hope for support from the government to address these challenges to enable them to contribute to their vision of providing quality education.

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