How To Apply For KwaraPoly 2018/2019 Post UTME/Admission Screening Exercise

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2018/2019 PRE-ADMISSION SCREENING EXERCISE

The Authority of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, invites all candidates who have applied for admission into the Institution for National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes both Full Time and Part Time in the 2018/2019 academic session to visit the website www.kwarastatepolytechnic.edu.ng for information on Pre-Admission Screening.


Eligibility:

* National Diploma (Full-Time):
Candidates must have chosen Kwara State Polytechnic as their first or second choice and scored a minimum of 150 in the 2018 UTME.

However, for the following programmes, the candidates must have scored the marks indicated against them as follows. Any candidate with Lower Scores should not apply.

1. Accountancy - 160

2. Civil Engineering Technology - 160

3. Computer Science - 160

4. Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology - 160

5. Mechanical Engineering Technology - 160

6. Business Administration - 170

7. Public Administration - 170

8. Science Laboratory Technology - 170

9. Mass Communication - 180 National Diploma




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* (Part-Time): Candidates must have purchased Kwara State Polytechnic National Diploma Part-Time Admission Forms as earlier advertised in The Punch Newspaper of 3rd May, 2018 and the Herald Newspaper of 4th May, 2018.


* Higher National Diploma(Full-Time/Part-Time): Candidates must have purchased Kwara State Polytechnic Admission Forms as earlier advertised in The Punch Newspaper of 3rd May, 2018 and the Herald Newspaper of 4th May, 2018 and passed with a minimum of Lower Credit grade (with Post ND one year Industrial Attachment) or Pass grade (with Post ND two years Industrial Attachment). HND candidates must have regularized their ND programme with JAMB.


* Payment: Applicants are to pay the screening fee of N2,000.00 only, through Interswitch Web pay platform using ATM Cards (Master Card, Verve Card and other Interswitch enabled Cards).


Note:

1. Visits https://kwarapolyportal.org/appo.php to commence the registration procedures. The Portal opens on Monday, 13th August, 2018 at 12.01 am and closes on Sunday 26th August, 2018, at 11.59 pm. No further payment or registration will be allowed after the closure.

2. The screening exercise starts on Monday, 3rd September, 2018, for all candidates and ends on Monday, 10th September, 2018.

3. The screening exercise will be by Computer Based Test (CBT).

4. Candidates should ensure that the data supplied are correct because these will be used for official purposes throughout the period of their study in the Polytechnic.

5. All Candidates seeking for admission into the Kwara State Polytechnic must undergo the screening exercise.

6. Only candidates who properly register for the screening exercise and are successful will be considered for admission.

7. Candidates are advised to meticulously provide their details on the portal as any candidate that supplies wrong information will be automatically disqualified and his/her admission could be withdrawn at any stage. Candidates awaiting Result should not apply.


Signed M. O. Salami

Registrar

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How To Check WAEC 2018 May/June Result

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on Wednesday released the results of this year’s May/June WASSCE.

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No fewer than 1.5 million candidates across Nigeria sat for the exam which held between March and early May.

Candidates can check their results on the Council’s results website: Waec Direct Website


How To Check WAEC 2018 May/June Result

1. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number. (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)

2. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg. 2018.

3. Select the Type of Examination.

4. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.

5. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card.

Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up.

Good luck to everyone, feel free to sharee your experience during the checking process in the comment box.

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Top Foods For An Healthy Heart


We already know the importance of the human heart and how many biological and metabolic activities in the body will crumble when the heart is not functioning properly, cardiac arrest can result when the heart skips one or more beats and death can occur when the heart stops functioning at all.
Top Foods For An Healthy Heart
Prevention and management of heart diseases include regular intake of healthy foods; in fact healthy eating should become a way of life if one hopes to prevent heart disease or recover from heart disease. Poor eating leading to malnutrition can cause heart disease but eating healthy foods can prevent and reverse it. Remember that heart disease is the number killer disease on the planet. Eating this foods in their natural forms, as they come from the ground will help heart disease patients recover fast and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease for those who don’t have. Avoid processed and over-processed versions of these foods, eat them whole.

Top Foods For An Healthy Heart

1. Fish: Eat fishes that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, examples are salmons, sardines, tuna, mackerels, herring, trout, etc. The fatty acids in this fish can lower the risk of arrhythmia (irregular heart beat), reduce the buildup of plaques in the arteries (atherosclerosis), reduce blood pressure, blood clot and decrease the levels of triacylglycerides while increasing the levels of high density lipoprotein cholesterol at the same time. Try to eat fatty fish twice a week.
2. Pure olive oil: This powerful oil reduces the risks of heart attacks, strokes and death by 30%. It is a very good source of monounsaturated fats which reduce high cholesterol and high sugar levels in the blood.
3. Green tea: Taking four cups of green tea daily helps to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by 20%. It contains an antioxidant Catechins which is responsible for this.
4. Coffee: Moderate intake of coffee reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke by 30% but it is not advised to overtake it.
5. Nuts: Walnuts, peanuts, macadamia nuts and Almonds are healthy nuts that help the heart to function well. They contain fibers, Vitamin E which lowers bad cholesterol, they are high in omega-3 fatty acids (walnuts especially) and cut the risk of heart diseases. Don’t take salted nuts. Almonds reduce LDL and fatal arrhythmias and increase HDL.
6. 70% dark chocolates: This is very good for the heart; it reduces the risks of nonfatal heart attacks and stroke, they also contain polyphenols which are flavonoids that helps to normalize blood pressure, prevent inflammation and blood clotting and make the blood vessels flexible.
7. Berries: These are packed with powerful phytonutrients, soluble fiber, vitamins and minerals that boost healthy functioning of the heart, protect it from diseases and reduce the risk of heart attack. Take lots of blueberries, strawberries, cranberries and raspberries, they are very rich in Anthocyanins, a flavonoid that dilate blood vessels and decrease blood pressure.
8. Potatoes: As long as they are not deep fried, they are very good for the heart. They contain good amount of potassium that helps to lower blood pressure, they are high in fibers that cuts the risk of heart disease.
9. Tomatoes: They contain high quantity of lycopene, vitamin C and beta-carotene which are all good for the heart. Even the sun dried ones are beneficial to the heart. Lycopene gets rid of bad cholesterol; they dilate the blood vessels and lower the risk of heart attack. They are high in potassium.
10. Oatmeal: This is a powerhouse of heart friendly nutrients. It is high in soluble fiber which can lower cholesterol and eliminate it from the body and bloodstream; in the digestive tract it acts like a sponge and soaks up the cholesterol. Go for old fashioned and quick cooking oats; avoid instant oatmeal that contains sugar.
11. Fruits: Fruits like oranges, pawpaw are rich in fiber, beta-carotene, magnesium, potassium. Citrus fruits like grapes and oranges have good amount of flavonoids that that can cut the risk of ischemic strokes by 19% (Ischemic stroke is caused by blood clot). Fruits especially citrus fruits are very high in vitamin C and it lowers the risk of heart disease, cholesterol and heart failure. Take fruits in their pure form, avoid processed fruit juices with sugar; you can make yours at home. Avocado like olive oil has mono unsaturated fats that lower the risk of heart disease; it reduces cholesterol and is also rich in potassium. Pomegranates contain numerous antioxidants that prevent hardening of the arteries and increase the circulation of blood in the body, apples do the same too, apples contain pectin which blocks absorption of LDL cholesterol and eliminates it from the body. Eat lots of fruits every day.
12. Garlic: Garlic reduces blood pressure and stops the formation of plaque in the blood vessels which is the major cause of coronary heart disease. It also breaks down an enzyme Angiotensin which helps to constrict blood vessels.
13. Dark beans: Dark beans like kidney beans and black beans are high in vitamins, minerals and fibers which are good for the heart.
14. Vegetables: Dark green leafy vegetables are wonderful for the heart, regular intake of spinach strengthens the heart and they are packed with vitamins, minerals, fibers and carotenoids. They give extra boost to the heart and they free the body from harmful compounds. Kale, spinach and broccoli are very good for the heart. You can make smoothies with them and add them to your meals. Kales prevent atherosclerosis, they contain a unique compound Glucoraphanin; this compound creates a coating in your arteries and this prevents plaque from sticking themselves to the walls of the arteries.
15. Red wine: Red wine increases the levels of good cholesterol HDL (high density lipoprotein), stops unwanted blood clotting and cut the risk for heart disease. Red wine contains a polyphenol called Resveratrol that is beneficial to the heart; this compound can also be found in grapes and peanut butter. Do not consume excessive alcohol as it leads to heart disease and cancer. It contains other polyphenols that keeps the blood vessels flexible.
16. Organic low fat yoghurt: This yogurt is rich in calcium and potassium; it controls high blood pressure. It is also a good source of probiotics which can help fight infection and protect the heart.
17. Soya: Soya and soya products like soya milk are very good for the heart, they are good sources of protein and they contain polyunsaturated fats, vitamins, minerals, fibers. They reduce blood pressure and reduce the levels of bad cholesterol LDL (Low density lipoprotein). Soy milk contains isoflavones which is powerful in reducing cholesterol.
18. Legumes: Legumes like beans, lentils and peas lower the risk of heart disease reduce blood sugar and they are excellent source of protein. Lentils reduce blood pressure and they are very high in potassium, magnesium and folate.

Source: Healthable.org

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MTN Xtracash: How To Borrow Real Money From MTN


How to Borrow Money From MTN and Pay Later Using MTN XtraCash

MTN Nigeria has added another value added service to their existing platform. You can now borrow money from MTN using MTN XtraCash service; I mean real Money just the way you borrow airtime and pay later.


MTN XtraCash is a new service that allows eligible customers to access short-term Micro Credit loans via a USSD platform from their mobile phones.


How to Apply for MTN XtraCash Service?

Eligible customers can request for XtraCash by dialing the USSD code *606# and select XtraCash on the menu. You will then be taken to the next stage where you will choose the option to apply for the load and thereafter know the tune of amount that you are allowed to borrow. Once your application is successful, your MTN Yello account would be credited in due time.


MTN Xtracaxxh

How Much Can I Borrow From MTN?

You can borrow N5,000 or N10,000 based on eligibility but this is applicable to only MTN customers.


How Do I Receive The Cash?

The Xtracash Loan amount would be credited into customers’ Diamond Yello Account. The MTN Xtracash loan maturity period is 30 days at an interest rate of 15%.


What if I Don’t Have Diamond Yello Account?

Well, the only eligibility is to have MTN Diamond Yello Account which you can easily open by dialing *710#.
Now you can borrow data from MTN using xtrabyte, borrow airtime using xtratime and now borrow money using the xtracash platform.

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Francky Banton - L'argent est doux (Morning is good): Video Teaser

Francky Banton

Francky Banton, a sensational fast-rising act has dropped the official teaser (video) for his new track titled

L'argent est doux (Morning is good)


He is an artiste with a brighter future and he's already rising to stardom.

Support good music by watching the new video on Youtube or Click Here For Direct Download


Feel free to download, share and enjoy good music

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Featured: 5 Best Colours For Aso Ebi Styles

5 Best Colours For Aso Ebi Styles

A Nigerian wedding today cannot be imagined without a variety of stunning Aso Ebi styles. Aso Ebi is worn by brides, bridesmaids, and female wedding guests of all ages. Every woman has her own taste in Aso Ebi, but there are also some universal rules for choosing your ideal look. Find out which 5 colours work best in Aso Ebi and shop gorgeous, high quality Aso Ebi styles in Nigeria.


1. Teal green
Teal green is a fantastic choice of an Aso Ebi colour for a summer wedding. It’s a shade that instantly reminds everyone about the cool summer days, ocean water, and endless fun. At the same time teal looks solemn enough for even the most important occasion like your own wedding. If you’re looking for an unusual shade to rock in your Aso Ebi look, you should definitely consider teal green.


2. Silver
There is no better way to make sure everyone’s attention is drawn to you all night than to wear a silver Aso Ebi. Silver fabric looks expensive and festive, which is a great combination for a fabulous wedding look.

Plus, silver is pretty easy to pair with other shades, which means that your choices of accessories are nearly unlimited. You can even go all in and pick a total-silver Aso Ebi look.


3. Burgundy
Burgundy is a favourite colour for millions of Nigerian fashionistas for a reason: it’s one of the few shades that is simply perfect for special occasion styles, even though you rarely see it in everyday fashion.
Burgundy is considered to be a royal shade and it pairs really well with gold - you can often see bridesmaid parties dressed head to toe in burgundy and gold. Many believe burgundy to be a mature colour, but the truth is that is works for any age!


4. Peach
Peach is, perhaps, one of the most versatile colours when it comes to Aso Ebi. Peach looks youthful and fresh on its own, but it can also be successfully paired with dozens of other shades. The most popular colors to combine with peach are teal, mint green, gold, white, and even purple. Thanks to that versatility you can create different Aso Ebi looks for the bridesmaids while also easily keeping to the theme of the wedding.


5. Sapphire blue
Another regal choice of colour for an Aso Ebi look is sapphire blue. This colour is beloved by the rich and famous of the world thanks to being flattering and simply a pleasure to look at.

Sapphire blue pairs truly well with gold and silver, especially if you’re combining silver or gold shoes and purse with a blue Aso Ebi outfit.

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2018 UTME Result Is Out, JAMB withheld 111,981 Results

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board on Tuesday said the results of 111,981 candidates who sat for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination had been withheld for “further screening” while it had released 1,502,978 results.

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The JAMB’s Head of Public Affairs, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, who stated this in a press release, noted that the results of the 350 blind candidates, who took the 2018 UTME, had yet to be released.


The PUNCH had exclusively reported on Monday that the board would release the results of 1.3 million candidates on Monday nationwide, after they had gone through all security checks and found to be without malpractice.

The JAMB spokesperson said on Tuesday that 1.5 million results had been released while 111,981 were withheld for further screening.
Benjamin said, “After viewing all CCTV footages during the conduct of the 2018 UTME and considering reports from our supervisors, monitors and other independent Nigerians, JAMB has released the results of 1,502,978 candidates.
“1,652,825 candidates had indicated interest in the examination by registering for the 2018 UTME. Also, 112,331 results are yet to be released out of which 350 are the results of the blind candidates which would be released soon and 111,981 results withheld for further screening.


“The figures above exclude foreign candidates whose examination will be conducted in April.”

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Teenager Commits Suicide Over JAMB Score

UGHELLI — Exactly a week after a female banker allegedly committed suicide by drinking insecticide in Ughelli, Delta State, another girl reportedly drank same poisonous substance, leading to her death, because she failed JAMB examination.

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The girl, simply identified as Loveth, aged 18, and resident of Imowhe Street, had gone to check her JAMB score on Tuesday, where it was discovered that she performed below her expectations in the exam.


Sources at the centre disclosed that the girl, who scored 160, started crying, saying “My father will kill me.”
Another source, who visited the girl’s family residence, disclosed that she had collected three bottles of the poisonous substance from her mother’s shop the previous night.

According to the source, “the father said he did not scold her for her result, but only told her that there is no way she would get admitted to study medicine in the university of her choice.
“Feeling slighted for her poor performance after her encounter with her father, she went to stay with her mum in their shop, collected the poison after they closed.


“She brought it home and drank the content. Her lifeless body was discovered on Wednesday (yesterday) morning.”
It was gathered that after her remains was discovered, her parents rushed her to a pentecostal church at Upper Agbarho for prayers, were she was confirmed dead.


At press time, efforts to speak with the state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, was fruitless.

Reported By: Edusat.ng

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The Side Effects Of Having Tattoo On Your Skin

Its everywhere, people love it and are fascinated and so you made the visit to a tattoo parlor and either have your hand or leg or perhaps neck crested with a tattoo. You feel highly impressed at the designers work of art and can’t wait to show your friends.

Its never a doubt that tattoos are in fact beautiful and pleasing, but it is the long term effects that bothers me. Over 2 million people alone in Argentina, ranging from celebrities, sport stars and even the common man on the street has a tattoo.Tattoo Ink can endanger the health than you could ever imagine. So, before you get a tattoo, here are some side effects that you are likely to encounter as time goes on.

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Side Effects/Danger Of Having Tattoo On Your Skin
1. It Is Permanent, It Makes You Feel Uncomfortable

Tattoos are made by puncturing your outer skin with ink filled needles; this primarily affects the inner layer of the skin.This causes the outer layer to wear out as you grow older but the ink remains permanent on the inner layer.

This means that you tamper with the complexion of your skin and makes it nearly impossible to get back the original color and texture of your skin after tattooing on it.

Well, unless you opt for laser treatment, an external therapy which is so painful and extremely expensive, you might want to consider a rethink before you regret it in the future.


2. Its Chemicals Can Cause Negative Effects

Toxic chemicals like lead, mercury are used in preparing tattoo ink and when these chemicals are injected into your skin via needles, could trigger adverse effects which turns out to be quite detrimental for your skin as it can result to skin cancer and also permeation of major important organs. You should also be aware that tattoo ink is exactly the same as the ones used to paint automobiles and used for printers.


3. It Aggravates Allergies

Because the tattoo ink is composed of strong and toxic chemicals, there are chances of developing a major skin allergy or a break out just after you get a tattoo made on your body. And this is true especially if a person is already allergic or has tendency to catch bacterial infections. You could get red rashes which are although common in appearance, can cause extreme discomfort through itchy and irritable skin.

Hence, get an allergy test done before you go to get that tattoo carved. Common allergies that you might develop are Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Scarring and Eczema.


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4. It Cause Life Threatening Diseases

One of the most significant and often neglected aspects of getting a tattoo on your skin is that it can cause life endangering diseases like Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and AIDS. Mainly due to infected needles and maintaining poor hygiene of the entire tattoo carving process. Giving into pleasure in an attempt to look unconventional and stand out from the crowd sounds cool as long as it does not affect your life.

There is no fun in indulging into something that could bring your life to an irrevocable end.


5. Stigma To Your Personality

While tattoos are a beautiful way to express creativity and art, many people in the society are still not very open in their perception about it. Tattoos can attach a stigma to your personality which can make you look rebellious or belonging to a certain genre. This can alter your image when you are out amongst other people.

Sometimes it does serve to boost your social image among friends or people thinking “out of the box” especially painters, musicians, stage performers etc.

At the same time, it could also lead to adverse effects on situations where a more conventional and formal approach is required. So choose wisely and envision the repercussions it would have on your image.

This article worths sharing!!!


Credits: http://www.healthable.org/side-effects-tattoo-ink/

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JAMB Extends 2018/2019 UTME Registration

This is to notify the general public that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the extension of registration for 2018/2019 UTME till midnight of Sunday, 11th February, 2018.

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JAMB as a responsive organisation has taken the decision albeit with great hesitation to give room for candidates who failed to register between the two months window period that ended at midnight of Tuesday, 6th February, 2018.


The failure of these candidates to register is unfortunate and the Board hastens to add that this culture of impunity will not be tolerated henceforth. Indeed penalty will be imposed for late registration from next session.


UTME candidates are therefore strongly advised to take advantage of the extension to register as request for further extension would not be entertained.

Registration for Direct Entry candidates however continues.
For emphasis, the 2018/2019 UTME registration now closes at midnight of Sunday, 11th February, 2018.

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Photos: EFCC Arrests 15 "Yahoo Boys" Recovers Coffins, Charms

No fewer than 15 suspected Internet fraudsters (Yahoo boys) have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC for offences bordering on obtaining by false pretence, lottery scam and love scam.

Yahoo Boys

The suspects are: Adeyemi Tiwatope, 20; Odeyemi Olawale, 20; Nike Afolabi Olaiya, 20; Awe Abimbola Ireti, 23; Yusuf Aliu Oluwafemi, 20; Osidipe Olatunbosun, 24; Tosin Adesanya, 19 and Adeyinka Bello, 17.

Others are: Aliu Lukman, 18; Damilola Fatona, 20; Shonubi Adetola, 18; Adewale Babatunde, 17; Afolabi Lekan, 19; Awe Ayodele, 24 and Adeyemi Gbadebo, 19.

The suspects were arrested on Saturday, February 3, 2018 in the Shotubo and Awoluwo areas of Sagamu, Ogun State.

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Their arrest followed intelligence report received by the Commission about their criminal activities.
They were alleged to be living flamboyantly without legitimate sources of income.

Yahoo Boys Arrested

Items recovered from the suspects include laptops, phones bearing scanned forged documents, six exotic cars, charms and SIM cards, among others.

Meanwhile, in a related development, the EFCC also recovered coffins, calabashes and gourds from the home of a suspected kingpin of a syndicate of fraudsters, Adesanya R. Olaoluwa, who is currently under the EFCC watch.


Olaoluwa is alleged to be a herbalist who performs rituals for fraudsters to hypnotise unsuspecting victims.
The suspects will soon be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

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Photos: Missing Delta Poly Student Found Dead, Body Organs Removed

A female student of the Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro, has been found dead with her private parts and other vital organs removed by suspected ritualists.

Happiness


The Science and Laboratory National Diploma 1 student identified simply as Happiness was declared missing on January 25, 2017 after leaving her hostel to celebrate her birthday with some male friends at a popular bar in Ozoro, Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State.


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It was gathered that on that day, the victim, said to be dating a 'Yahoo boy', according to her friend, left the hostel with her mobile phone, promising to return after the party organised for her, and that was the last time she was seen alive.

Her decomposing body was discovered near a secondary school along Owhelogbo Road in Ozoro, with one of her breasts, eyes, heart and private parts removed. RIP soul........


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Missing Delta Poly Student

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Gunmen Attack Vigilante Members In Kwara State, Many Feared Dead

According to a report by Trezzyhelm, unknown gunmen attacked vigilante members in Kwara state and killed many of them.




Read the full story below reported......


"Recent attack of vigilantes by unknown gunmen in Kaiama Local Government Area of Kwara state.

May the souls of these victim rest in peace. chai, this is disheartening'.

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2017 November/December Neco SSCE Result Is Out

The National Examination Council (NECO) on Tuesday made history by releasing the results of the November/December Senior School Certificate Examination it conducted between November and December 2017 in a record 38 days.

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In the past, NECO had released the results 80 days after the conduct of the last paper, a situation that had hampered admission into tertiary institutions by successful candidates.


NECO Registrar, Prof. Charles Uwakwe, who announced the results in Minna, Niger State, said of the 42,429 candidates that sat for the examination, 24,098 representing 56.79 per cent passed with five credits and above including English and Mathematics.

Prof. Uwakwe also said 32,917 candidates passed with five credits and above irrespective of English Language and Mathematics, adding that 32,701 candidates passed at credit level and above in Mathematics and 29,258 scored credit and above in English Language.


The Registrar said the examination body recorded a marginal decrease in the number of malpractices with 4,425 cases representing 5.9 percent.


How To Check Your Neco Result
1. Visit Neco Official Website Here

2. Select Your Examination Type

3. Select Year Of Examination

4. Enter Your Card PIN Number

5. Enter Your Examination Number
6. Click On "Check My Result" Button


Enter your details in the boxes provided. With correct details and your result will be diaplayed.

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JAMB Postpones UTME Mock Examination For 2018

JAMB UTME

The 2018 JAMB UTME Mock examination which was ealier scheduled to hold between January 22 and 24 has been moved to the first week in February.


The reason for the postponement was necessitated by the fact that some of the CBT centres located within campuses cannot be used due to the ongoing strike action by NASU.

However, the date for the main examination which was ealier scheduled to commence on March 9th, 2018 and end on March 17th, 2018 remains the same.


So far, 283,319 out of the expected 2 million candidates have registered for the 2018 UTME.

Credits: Gltrends

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Top 10 Health Benefits Of Eating Apples

It is often said that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. To improve your health and benefit a lot from apples, consume them more. Better ...