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Editor’s Pick; Week 39

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Sexual Harassment in Tertiary Education Institution Bill has proposed a five-year jail term for lecturers and educators convicted of sexual harassment of their male or female students.

Read More – Passed! 5 years jail term for sexual harrassment in Tertiary institution

Subsequent to the scrapping of the use of scratch cards, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced that payment methods will include online payment via Interswitch (Visa, Mastercard,verve), POS, ATM, Quickpay at the Bank and Quickteller.

Read More – JAMB announces new payment method

Striking workers of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti in Ekiti State, called for the immediate arrest of their Rector, Dr. Taiwo Akande for alleged budget padding.

Read More – Ado Ekiti Poly stage angry protest against rector

12 Nigerian Universities made it to the list of Universities to benefit in the Etisalat Nigeria 2016 edition of its annual scholarship scheme, Etisalat Merit Award.

Read More – Here are the universities to benefit from Etisalat Scholarship

Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI), in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility, invited applications from suitably qualified Nigerians for the 2016/2017 National Merit Scholarship in conjunction with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Read More – Total/NNPC National Scholarship applications have commenced

A new study revealed that Facebook status and likes can help in the early detection of mental disorders which suggests that social networks may help provide support and interventions.

Read More – How Facebook posts and likes can help in early detection of mental illness

The Maltina Teacher Of The Year competition finally came to an end with Mr. Imoh Essien of the Special Education Center for Exceptional Children, Uyo in Akwa Ibom State, emerging winner of this year’s competition.

Read More – Maltina Teachers’ award; a winner finally emerges

New figures revealed that in the wake of June Brexit the number of European students applying for the most competitive UK university courses continues to experience a drastic drop.

Read More – EU students applications to UK Universities drop drastically in the wake of Brexit

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