Sunday, 22 November 2020

NSUK 2020 ONLINE SCREENING; 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW!!!



By: |@Alieyou_Abokie|
Time: 10: 05pm
Date: 22-11-2020
    
It is not a rumor that the management of Nasarawa State University have announced the date for her 2020/2021 Online Screening for the prospective students both UTME and Direct Entry Applicants from Monday, 23rd Nov to 31st Dec. 2020.

Below are what you should know and be careful with before you enroll for the forthcoming online screening..

1. NSUK 2020 CUT OFF MARK
    NSUK general Cut off mark acceptable for this year admission process is 160 and above.

2. NSUK doesn't accept 2nd choice.

3. ONLINE SCREENING METHOD
    NSUK started online screening last year 2019/20 and its not in written form.. You are not writing any exam; your olevel result, jamb scores or ND/NCE results for D.E Applicants is what would be used to calculate your screening or post utme aggregate. NO EXAM!

4. AWAITING RESULT CANDIDATES
    Awaiting O'level result candidates are not to apply untill their results are out; the school mgt would open the screening portal mainly for those with awaiting results when their results are been released.

5. SUBJECT COMBINATION
    Make sure you have all the subjects requirements for the course you are going for before you apply for the online screening. Failure to adhere to that might lead to your disqualification and that's the end of your 2020 NSUK Admission if you are disqualified during this online screening.

6. O'LEVEL SCRATCH CARD
    This is very essential part of the online screening. You need a scratch of your either WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or NBAIS for the online screening.. Without it, you can't do anything and if you use a fake scratch card, you wont be screened till you provide a valid scratch card.

Note: If you have two sittings in any of the SSCE Result, you need two scratch cards for both.. (we sell scratch cards of any type except NBAIS..)

7. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ONLINE SCREENING

i. Jamb or Direct Entry Slip
ii. Olevel Result
iii. ND/NCE Result for Direct Entry Applicants
iv. Scratch Card
v. Valid Email Address
vi. Phone Number

8. SCREENING RESULT
    After you are done with the online screening application, you need to wait for some hours or highest 24hrs for the result to be available on your dashboard.. You then reach out to us for your result.

9. EXPENSES FOR THE SCREENING
    - For those that have their olevel scratch cards, it will cost you 3.5k for form and application including cafe charges.

- For those without olevel scratch cards, you come along with the money for scratch card; WAEC is 2k,  while NECO and NABTEB is #1200 each..


10. DISTANCED APPLICANTS
    The Online screening can be done at anywhere in any cafe. But... The fact is, any slight mistake might cost you your admission for this year in NSUK.

We advise those that are from afar to reach us on WhatsApp for their online Screening without coming down to keffi.. Very important..

Above are what you guys need to know regarding NSUK 2020/21 Online Screening (PUTME).

We are waiting to receive you all in our cyber cafe, located @ Mass Com Complex NSUK, where we shall help you to scale through your online screening successfully without hassles..

If you are coming to Nasarawa State University for the first time, do the following;
i. Take a bike from the school gate. 
ii. Tell the bike man to take you to Mass Com Complex.
iii. When you reach the complex, Enter the complex entrance and turn to your left. You will automatically see our cafe by the left, a banner carrying NSUKGUIDE CAFE will be there and your fellow applicants too will be there. Or you can give us a call and one of us will be out to direct you to our cafe inside the complex.
iv. Call our cafe hotlines before and when you reach the complex for directions..

 Call/WhatsApp; 08176579594 & 08139061247.

We will be there live.. Waiting to serve you all better..

#Alieyou_Abokie.....

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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

FG Outlines Conditions for Reopening Schools



By Simon Markus Yila
16|06|2020
The Federal Government has given conditions for the reopening of schools and tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, announced this at the 2020 Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board in Abuja on Tuesday.

Nwajiuba outlined that, “All Institutions must have
(1) Hand-washing facilities,
(2) Body temperature checks
(3) Body disinfectants at all entering points to their major facilities including the gates, hostels, classes, offices, etc.
(4) The whole premises of each institution must be decontaminated and
(5) All efforts must be geared toward maintenance of the highest level of hygiene
(6) Ensure Social and Physical Distancing in class sizes and meeting spaces.”

The minister, however, warned them against reopening schools without the Federal Government’s authorisation but further advised school administrators to start putting in place the necessary need protocols.
“While we look forward to easing the lockdown which will ultimately lead to re-opening of our campuses, I urge all the Heads of institutions not to wait till the announcement on reopening before putting in place all necessary measures in compliance with the protocols and advisories of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control,” he added.
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Friday, 22 May 2020

FG vs ASUU: Will Gambari broker a lasting truce?



Prof. Ibrahim Agboola Gambari, President Buhari’s Chief of Staff
With the appointment of Professor Ibrahim Agboola Gambari as Chief of Staff to Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari last week, effectively replacing the late Mallam Abba Kyari who died of the novel coronavirus, so many expectations from entitled stakeholders in the Nigerian project have expectedly continued to mount at his doorstep; some founded, others unfounded.
The battle between FG and ASUU is a protracted one and it can rightly be said that the issues of contention in this sustained skirmish are matters that have set the Nigerian Ivory Tower decades behind its global pairs – a worrisome trajectory.
Of the 14 times since ASUU has been on strike since this republic in 1999, 2001,2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2017, and 2018, this is the first time an academic will mount the much coveted saddle of a presidential handler.
As the pioneer Chancellor of Kwara State University, Malete, Professor Ibrahim Gambari is to the best of my knowledge still the current Pro-Chancellor and Chairmen of the Governing Council of Bayero University, Kano.
I expect the new chief of staff not to turn his back on his constituents by using his position to brokers a truce in the protracted ASUU/FG face off, one that will supersede administrations to come.
Even if that will be his only legacy, future generations will ever remain indebted to him because of the indispensable roles of university systems world over, in national growth and development. If FG/ASUU is not on his priority list, he should please make it one.
Meanwhile, I will not congratulate the chief of staff on his appointment until he leaves an envious and worthy legacy behind his trail. May we live to see such a day.


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Monday, 27 April 2020

FG Extends FCT, Lagos and Ogun States Lockdown for one week: Reveals New national measures.



The Federal Government of Nigeria has extended its lockdown in FCT, Lagos and Ogun States  for one more week, as it set out measures to Commence phased and gradual easing of the lockdown effective from Monday, 4th May, 2020.

This was contained in a nationwide speech delivered by President Muhammadu Buhari on 27th April 2020.

The president further explained that the easing will be followed strictly with aggressive reinforcement of testing and contact tracing measures while allowing the restoration of some economic and business activities in certain sectors.

Furthermore, it announced a new nationwide measures to be introduced as follows;

  • There will be an overnight curfew from 8pm to 6am. This means all movements will be prohibited during this period except for essential services;
  • There will be a ban on non-essential inter-state passenger travel until further notice;
  • Partial and controlled interstate movement of goods and services will be allowed for the movement of goods and services from producers to consumers; and
  • We will strictly ensure the mandatory use of face masks or coverings in public in addition to maintaining physical distancing and personal hygiene. Furthermore, the restrictions on social and religious gatherings shall remain in place. He further encouraged State Governments, corporate organisations and philanthropists to support the production of cloth masks for citizens.

However, this nationwide guidelines do not apply to Kano state which has been put on two weeks total lockdown effective immediately. 

The president thanked all religious and traditional leaders for their support and urged them to continue raising aware on the seriousness of the ongoing pandemic among their worshipers and communities and the need to adhere to the laid down lockdown measures by the federal government. 


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NSUK to Commence Virtual Lectures.



NSUK to Commence Virtual Lectures. 

The Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) has disclosed that it's in the the process of starting virtual lectures to enable students receive lectures while at home. 

This is as a result of the current shutdown of Academic activities in the country as a result of the on going worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This was contained in a memo released on the University's official Facebook page. It further stated that the Management has constituted a Committee under the leadership of the DVC Academics to drive the virtual lectures. 'This administration will not allow the pandemic to jeopardise the future of our students, as such the virtual lectures will commence as soon as the coast is clear.' 

However, according to the memo, the process is said to begin as soon as the strike is called off, 'the Committee will come up with the modality. Lectures will run from Monday to Friday from 8.00am.' 

Signed:
Management.
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