News - Colleges Of Education

JAMB Sets Out Cut Off Marks For Universities, Polytechnics

1 week ago /
Nation 

A Minimum score of 160 has been approved by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB for the 2019/2020 Admissions into public Universities in Nigeria.

Okorocha Inaugurates Committee on New Tertiary Institutions.

2 months ago /
Nation 

The Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha has inaugurated an implementation committee that will spearhead the takeoff of the newly established tertiary institutions in the state.

Non-Academic Union Of College Of Education Ikere Issues 7-Day Ultimatum Over Sack Of 5 Senior Staff

2 months ago /
Education 

Following the disengagement of five senior staff of the College of Education Ikere, by the governing council of the institution, the affected staff in collaboration with the Non-Academic Staff Union of the institution have rejected the procedure followed in the sack of the affected persons.

Colleges Of Education Teachers Threaten Another Strike

2 months ago /
Education 

The Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, has written a protest letter to the Education Minister, Adamu Adamu, threatening to resume strike which was suspended four months ago.

FG Uncovers 66 Illegal Varsities

4 months ago /
Education  Nation 

The Nigerian government has uncovered sixty-six illegal universities and sixty-eight unapproved polytechnics monotechnic, specialized technical and vocational institutions.

The Labour Sector In 2018

5 months ago /
Nation 

It is hours to the December 31, 2018 deadline given by organized labour to begin show down with government if an executive bill is not submitted to the national assembly for a new national minimum wage some leaders have raised alarm that government is instigating workers into a strike with failed promises in order to push the no-work-no-pay policy.                       

Colleges Of Education Teachers Continue Strike

6 months ago /
Education 

Colleges Of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, says its industrial action will continue until it meets with members next week to relay the outcome of its meeting with the Federal Government.

Every Child Counts: Kwara Govt. Claims FG Borrowed Model From State

7 months ago /
Nation 

The Kwara State Government has commended the Federal Government for adopting the new educational model, “Every Child Counts”.

Colleges Of Education Begin Indefinite Strike

8 months ago /
Education  Nation 

The president of the Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, Nuhu Ogirima has directed members in all 47 colleges across the country to begin indefinite strike from Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Medical And Health Workers Join Labour Strike

8 months ago /
Nation 

The medical and health workers union of Nigeria says an injunction by the national industrial court that it should not go on strike over her salary adjustment demand does not exclude the union from joining a nationwide action called by the Nigeria Labour Congress.

Colleges Of Education Teachers Threaten Strike

9 months ago /
Education 

The Colleges Of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU is threatening to halt the resumption of the new academic year following the stalled renegotiation of the agreement between the federal government of Nigeria and the colleges academic union.

Provosts Seek Review Of Colleges Of Education Act

10 months ago /
Education  Nation 

The chairman, committee of provosts of colleges of education, Ignatius Ezom is calling for an immediate review of the act establishing colleges of education to enable them expand their internally generated revenue drive.

Colleges Of Education Pensioner Appeal For Payment Of Arrears

11 months ago /
Education  Nation 

 The National Union of Pensioners, Federal Colleges of Education chapter is appealing to President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the appropriate agencies to urgently release funds budgeted for payment of its outstanding arrears.

Sagay Recommends JAMB Anti-Corruption Model To MDAs

1 year ago /
Education 

Chairman, Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption, PACAC, prof. Itse Sagay has advised ministries, departments and agencies to adopt the model of the Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board, JAMB, in the fight against corruption.  

Oyo Tertiary Institutions Suspend Three-Month Old Strike

1 year ago /
Nation 

The six state-owned tertiary institutions in Oyo State have suspended the three-month-old strike embarked upon by five unions in the institutions.The suspension was announced by the unions at their various congresses held across the institutions late Tuesday evening.The institutions involved are: The Polytechnic Ibadan; Ibarapa Polytechnic, Eruwa; Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki;...

JAMB Sets Up Technical Committee On Low Applications To Colleges Of Education

1 year ago /
Education 

The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, Professor Isaaq Oloyede has set up a technical committee to look into the issue of low rate of applications to colleges of education through the unified tertiary matriculation examination. The registrar made this known in Abuja when he received college of Education Academic Staff...

COEASU Urges FG TO Re-Open Stalled Re negotiations Or Face Strike

1 year ago /
Education 

The Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, is appealing to the ministers of education and labour and employment to re-open negotiations on the 2010 agreement which has been allegedly stalled by the leadership of the committee of provosts of federal colleges of education. At a briefing in Abuja, president of...

House Of Reps To Investigate JAMB Cut Off Marks

1 year ago /
Education  Nation 

Nigeria’s house of representatives has mandated its committee on tertiary education and services to investigate the circumstances that led to the reduction in the cut off marks for admission into tertiary institutions. The move followed the public outcry over the recent reduction in the cut-off marks for admissions into tertiary institutions...

JAMB To Verify ‘O’ Level Results Of Candidates

1 year ago /
Education 

The joint admissions and matriculation board, JAMB says it would demand for the records of ordinary and advanced level results of candidates recommended by tertiary institutions before offering them admission. Jamb registrar, professor Ishak Oloyede said this in Abuja at a meeting with innovative enterprise institutes in Abuja. Professor Oloyede warned against...

Kwara College Of Education Staff Protest Non Payment Of Salaries

1 year ago /
Education  Nation 

Over three hundred staff of the Kwara state college of education, Ilorin, Kwara state have called on the state government and the school management to pay them their three months salaries. Led by the leadership of the staff union colleges of education in Nigeria, Olomu Olaitan and the chairman, non-academic staff...


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