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Living On Campus VS Living Off Campus

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh   I remember my first time as a university fresher, top on my priority list was my accommodation after I had completed the various departmental and faculty screening. I had a preconceived disposition about living on campus, and had anticipated a number of benefits of …

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If you can read this, thank a Teacher!

Love him or hate him, he sure hits the nail on the head with this! Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school. He talks about how feel-good, politically correct teachings  created a generation of kids …

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So What Career Should My Children Pursue?

At the end of any education sojourn there is an expectation that the individual should normally get a job and start life. This trend, which has lasted for over 100 years, is now being challenged. There is an educational rhetoric on the unknown nature of future jobs and I argue …

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Vacancy at myefiko.com

Job Title: Search Engine Optimization (SEO/SMO), Analyst Job Type: Full Time Qualification: BA/BSC/HND Experience: 2 – 5 Years Job Field: Media / Advertising / Branding / ICT  Job Description  As part of our objective of playing a significant role in the education sector, we are seeking to curate an online …

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN ABDUCTION

About two years ago, over 200 Nigerian school girls were abducted by the miscreant group known as Boko Haram and their whereabouts have remained unknown despite widespread protests, opinions and government efforts which also attracted help from the international community. After that, there have been so many instances of kidnapping …

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Choosing a Secondary school for your child

Our current educational landscape is filled with assortments and varieties of educational establishments, making it trickier, more confusing and demanding for parents to decide the best placements for their children. Picking which secondary school your child goes to has become a massive decision that requires a lot of research, information …

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French Education Fair!

The French Embassy in Nigeria is hosting a French Education Fair this month. This is the third of the fair in Nigeria and it will take place at the following locations:   In Loyola Jesuit College Abuja, at 4.00pm on February 22nd (LJC students and parents only) In Abuja at …

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HOLE IN MY HEART – M.LAWRENCE…the story continues

For those of us who have been waiting for the continuation of the story Hole in my Heart, sit back, relax and enjoy… CHAPTER FOUR It seemed like it was the worst amongst the days Kelvin had experienced. It was already evening, Kelvin’s parent had already gone for their usual …

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Our 2016 Education Budget or Spending Schedule?

Dear Efiko, This year, the country’s education sector has been allocated N369.6 billion amidst rumors of several billions hidden in the budget of parastatals by the Federal Ministry of Education. A deeper look into the budget reveals a general increase of N10b in parastatals’ allocation whilst the entire personnel cost …

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