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UNILAG admitted 11,885 students from over 120,000 applicants

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The Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, has said the institution admitted 11,885 students from over 120,000 applicants for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Ogundipe Said, the new students are made up of 2020 and 2021 UTME candidates who applied for admission with the best grades, 70% of them from 2020 and the rest from 2021.

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According to the vice-chancellor of University of Lagos, the university admits 30 percent of applicants from its last UTME candidates. The decision is meant to ensure that many applicants are not deny for being admitted

Ogundipe congratulate the students and encouraged them to be diligent, focused, and law-abiding so they could do well in their studies and other activities expected of them, and graduate in a timely manner.

Professor Ogundipe warned the students that UNILAG had a zero-tolerance policy for all forms of misconduct, including social vices such as cultism, hooliganism, exam malpractice, sexual harassment, fighting and so on.  He said any student who ran afoul of this policy would surely face the law.

He advised them to be actively involved in student union activities, explaining that such participation would prepare them well for future leadership roles.

The president said that the university was prepared to support students in making their stay a worthwhile experience.

 

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NANS threatens showdown over ASUU and FG Issues

The National Association of Nigerian Students NANS, has threatened to embark on a showdown with the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, if their demands are not met before the end of this month.

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National President, Asefon Sunday of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) released a statement about Wednesday’s meeting.

The meeting expressed disappointment in the Federal Government and ASUU for their lack of empathy for the plight of Nigerian students who suffer from this unnecessary show of strength.

In a statement released by the National Association of Nigerian Students, the organisation called for the immediate intervention of traditional and religious institutions to prevail on the federal government and ASUU to reopen our universities while they continue their negotiations. The group believes that every sector of nation will be negatively affected if this strike is not called off.

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The NANS president call on the following NANS leaders who currently occupy political positions across the country to intervene and work with Federal Government and ASUU to end the strike.

NANS also urge the Federal Government and ASUU to reach a compromise by Monday 28th March 2022, or risk the nation’s anger. If a compromise is not reached before then, we hope that influential past leaders will lobby their friends in government and that the National Assembly will pass legislation making our public institutions work. Since they rejected the bill prohibiting public officers from sending their wards abroad, they have a responsibility to make our schools work. However, if they fail to do so, the public will respond appropriately.

Should the strike continue after our ultimatum, students across the country will resume to the new University created by the Federal Government and ASUU called The University of the Street, with Main Campus on the Airport Road, Annex Campuses in all the Major Roads in Abuja and Distance Learning Centres in all the Federal Roads across the 36 State of the Federation. I therefore direct students to bring their mattresses and cooking utensils while resuming in their new campus in Abuja and all the designated campuses across the country.

There won’t be any going back.

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Strike: UNIMAID Directs Students To Vacate Hostels

UNIMAID

The Students of University Of Maiduguri(UNIMAID) have been directed by university authority to vacate hostels immediately due to the roll-over of the ongoing ASSU strike by 8 weeks

On Tuesday, the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) issued a statement from its Registrar, Ali A. Madagwa, indicating that students must vacate their hostels by Sunday 20th March, 2022.

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Strike: UNIBEN directs students to vacate hostels

ASUU extends ongoing strike by another 8 weeks

On his statement He said that “Following the nation-wide strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on 14th February 2022 and the roll-over of the strike for another eight weeks, the University Management hereby directs that all students residing on campus must vacate all hostels by Sunday 20 March 2022. This is because of the cessation of academic activities on campus.

 

 

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TASUED Extend 2021/2022 School Fees Payment Deadline

TASUED

The Students Union Government (SUG) of Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has announced extension of the deadline for students school fees payment for the 2020/2021 session.

The extensions was made as a result of many challenges faced by financially handicapped students due to the situation of our dear country which hasn’t made them done the necessary.

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The TASUED SUG added that they have deployed a convincing approach to the right quarters seeking for the extension of this date to allow our students to make their payments and avert the forfeiting of their Studentship.

Today, Tuesday, March 15, 2022. I write to bring to your notice that this humble request has been granted and the date has been extended to Friday, 25th of March, 2022.

We urge all concerned students to seize this ample opportunity to make their payments while utilizing the strike period to their advantage.

 

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Strike: UNIBEN directs students to vacate hostels

Due to the two-month extension of the industrial action embarked upon by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU), the Management of the University of Benin has directed that the institution be closed until further notice

On Tuesday, the university issued a statement from its Registrar, Ademola Bobola, indicating that students must vacate their hostels within 48 hours of receiving the notice.

After due consultation involving the institution’s management and the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Lilian Salami, on behalf of the Senate, a statement was released explaining the decision.

The university has decided that since lectures and other academic activities are not going on, students should not remain on campus.

Therefore, students must vacate the hostels within 48 hours of this notice.

They are to monitor the situation closely in order to be aware of the school’s eventual re-opening.

To the student body: Management wishes all students a safe journey to their respective destinations,” the statement read in part.

 

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JAMB UTME

JAMB Warns Schools Against Bulk Registration For UTME

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued a statement that it does not accept bulk registration. Bulk registration is when a school collects large amounts of money from students who register to take the exam. Schools have been warned that they should cease this practice to avoid sanctions.Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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JAMB stated that it does not accept bulk application, a practice used by other examination bodies such as the West African Examination Council (WAEC), National Examinations Council (NECO), and the National Board for Technical Education (NABTEB).

JAMB, in its weekly bulletin released on Monday, said it has discovered that the problems experienced by some candidates during the registration process are usually cause as a result of group registration. To avoid these errors, JAMB advises parents to allow their children/wards to register the UTME on their own. so they can have a better understanding of how it works, and also  have a better understanding of how it works. This will help them avoid mistakes that might lead to disqualification.

JAMB added that use of computer during registration is a major benefit for candidates who are technophobic, as the examination is computer-based. The Board further stated that some parents and guardians tend to interfere with the candidates’ registration process, depriving them of their opportunity to learn how to use computers and always making matters more complicated.

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JAMB said it has also noticed that some parents unduly hasten the enrolments of their underage wards into tertiary institutions by cajoling them to sit the UTME when they are not mentally and physically prepared for such.

“These candidates are not yet ready at that impressionable age to handle the environmental influences of tertiary institutions, peer pressures and the rigours of tertiary education. It should be noted that,generally, age 17 or 18 is the appropriate entry age into tertiary institutions.

“While age 16 is only being tolerated, anything earlier is inimical to the overall developmental interest of the candidates, hence, we are charging parents to desist from incessant interfering in the candidates’ choices of tertiary institutions.”

Meanwhile, JAMB advised against the use of postpaid lines or special bundle package to register for the UTME, stating that such packages has the potential to hinder the delivery of profile codes expected to be delivered to the candidates’ registered SIMs.

The Board, therefore, urged parents, guardians and school proprietors to allow candidates handle the registration procedures by themselves and provisioning their wards’ phones with a minimum of N50 direct airtime.

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2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus PDF Download

2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus contains topics that you should study for your Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME Examination. We have covered the basic and the most important topics in Biology, there are other minor topics but that will be available in the PDF.

2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus PDF Download

In this post I will be sharing you with the Complete Biology Syllabus for 2022 JAMB UTME examination, 2022 JAMB Syllabus for Biology PDF, complete syllabus for the Biology UTME subject (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) for candidates preparing for the examination.

What is 2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus?

Biology 2022 JAMB Syllabus is the blueprint of topics that can be tested in JAMB exams. It serves as an important study guide for JAMB candidates preparing for the exam.

As a matter of fact, the biology syllabus gives you an insight into the knowledge and understanding that is required to ace your JAMB examination.

Candidates preparing for the JAMB UTME 2022 exams will likely want to get hold of the Biology JAMB syllabus, in order to study on time and increase their chances of scoring higher grades.

Is 2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus Out?

Yes, JAMB 2022 syllabus is out! Remember that you must adhere to what is stipulated in the syllabus. It will improve your performance during the mock and main Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Where Can I Download PDF of 2022 Biology JAMB  Syllabus

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Biology syllabus  is available for free download. Candidates preparing for UTME can download the Biology JAMB  syllabus in PDF format by clicking here

Download 2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus PDF

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General Objectives of Biology JAMB Syllabus

The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) syllabus in Biology is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:

  1. demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the concepts of the interdependence and unity of life;
  2. account for continuity of life through reorganization, inheritance and evolution;
  3. apply biological principles and concepts to everyday life, especially to matters affecting the individual, society, the environment, community health and the economy.

Detailed Syllabus

A. Variety Of Organism

Topics:

  1. Living organisms
  2. Evolution
  3. Structural/behavioural adaptations of vertebrates (bony fish, toad, lizard, bird, small mammal) to the environment.

B: Form and Functions

Topics;

  1. Internal structure of a flowering plant
  2. Nutrition
  3. Transport
  4. Respiration
  5. Excretion
  6. Support and movement
  7. Reproduction
  8. Growth
  9. Co-ordination and control

C: ECOLOGY

  1. Factors affecting the distribution of Organisms
  2. Symbiotic interactions of plants and animals
  3. Natural Habitats
  4. Local (Nigerian) Biomes)
  5. The Ecology of Populations
  6. SOIL
  7. Humans and Environment

(I) Variation In Population

(II) Heredity

 

E: EVOLUTION

  1. Adaptation for survival
  2. Structural adaptations in organisms
  3. Adaptive colouration and its functions
  4. Behavioural adaptations in social animals
  5. Theories of evolution
  6. Evidence of evolution

RECOMMENDED TEXTS

Ambuna, A. Egunyomi, A. and Osakwe, J. (1990). Comprehensive Certificate Biology for Senior Secondary Schools: University Press Limited

Egunyomi A. Bob – Manuel, Abdullahi B.A. and Oyetola O.A. (1988). Exam Focus: Biology For WASSCE and JME 2nd Edition, University Press Limited

MacQueen J. and Murray J. (1978). Success in Biology, Benin: John Murray

Ndu, F.O. C. Ndu, Abun A. and Aina J.O. (2001). Senior Secondary School Biology: Books 1 -3, Lagos: Longman

Odunfa, S.A. (2001). Essential of Biology, Ibadan: Heinemann

Oguniyi, M.B. Adebisi A.A. and Okojie J.A. (2000). Biology for Senior Secondary Schools: Books 1 – 3, Macmillan

Ramalingam, S.T. (2005). Modern Biology, SS Science Series. New Edition, AFP

Roberts, A.B.U. (1993). Functional Approach in Biology

Sorojini, T.L. Sheila, P and Charles, T.P. (2000). Modern Biology for Secondary Schools. Revised Edition, FEP

STAN. (2004). Biology for Senior Secondary Schools. Revised Edition, Ibadan: Heinemann

Stone, R.H. and Cozens, A.B.C. (1982). Biology for West African Schools. Longman

Usua, E.J. (1997). Handbook of practical Biology 2nd Edition, University Press, Limited Wisdomline Pass at Once JAMB.

Well, that is the 2022 Biology JAMB Syllabus. In case of any confusion or questions, do not hesitate to use the comment section below. You can also send us your questions and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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JAMB 2022 Syllabus Use Of English PDF Download

Hello and Welcome. have you been searching for JAMB 2022 Syllabus Use Of English PDF? in order to prepare ahead of your Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME exams. Well your search ends here.

In this post, I will be sharing with you the 2022 JAMB syllabus for Use Of English. This useful PDF contains all the topics you need to read to prepare very well for the upcoming JAMB UTME. You can also download this pdf for free.

JAMB 2022 Syllabus Use Of English

Is 2022 JAMB Syllabus Use Of English PDF out?

Yes, JAMB 2022 syllabus is out! Remember that you must adhere to what is stipulated in the syllabus. It will improve your performance during the mock and main Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Where Can I Download JAMB 2022 Syllabus Use Of English PDF Format

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) syllabus for Use of English is available for free download. Candidates preparing for UTME can download the JAMB Use of English syllabus in PDF format by clicking here

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What is JAMB Syllabus Use Of English All About?

The aim of the JAMB UTME syllabus in Use of English is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:

(1) communicate effectively in both written and spoken English;

(2) have a sound linguistic basis for learning at the tertiary level.

The syllabus consists of two sections:

Section A: Comprehension/Summary

Section B: Lexis, Structure and Oral Forms

Details Of The JAMB Syllabus

TOPICS/CONTENTS/NOTES  OBJECTIVES 
1.Comprehension/Summary 

(a) description 

(b) narration 

(c) exposition 

(d) argumentation/persuasion 

(i) Each of the four passages to be set (one 

will be a cloze test) should reflect various 

disciplines and be about 400 words long. 

(ii) Questions on passages will test the;

following: 

The Potter’s Wheel by Chukwuemeka Ike and The Successors by Jerry Agada will test the following: 

(a) Comprehension of the whole or part of each passage. 

(b) Comprehension of words, phrases, 

clauses, sentences, figures of speech 

and idioms as used in the passages. 

(c) Coherence and logical reasoning 

(deductions, inferences, etc) 

(d) Synthesis of ideas from the passages.

Candidates should be able to: 

i. identify main points in passages; 

ii. determine implied meaning; 

iii. identify the grammatical functions of words,

 phrases and clauses and figurative /idiomatic 

 expression; 

iv. deduce or infer the writer’s opinion, mood, 

 attitude to the subject matter, etc.

 

Structure Of The Examination

SECTION A: Comprehension/Summary

(a) 3 comprehension passages (15 questions in all, 3 marks each) = 45 marks

(b) I cloze passage (10 questions in all, 2 marks each) = 20 marks

 

SECTION B: Lexis, Structure and Oral Forms

(a) Sentence interpretation (10 questions in all, 2 marks each) = 20 marks
(b) Antonyms (opposite in meaning – 15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks
(c) Synonyms (same in meaning – 15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks
(d) Sentence completion (filling in the gaps – 20 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 20 marks
(e) Oral forms (15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks
Total: 100 questions = 150 marks

RECOMMENDED TEXTS

Bamgbose, A. (2002). English Lexis and Structure for Senior Secondary Schools and colleges (Revised Edition), Ibadan: Heinemann

 

Banjo, A. name(s)? (2004) New Oxford Secondary English Course Book Six for Senior Secondary Schools, Thadan: UP Plc.

 

Banjo, A. Ayndele, S and Ndahi, K S. (1997) Exam Focus: English for WASSCE and SSCE, Ibadan UP Plc

 

Caesar, O. J. (2003). Essential Oral English for Schools and Colleges, Lagos: Tonad Publishers Limited

 

Egbe, D. (1996). Mastering English Usage and Communication Skills, Lagos: Tisons

 

Elugbe, B. (2000). Orai English for Schools and Colleges, Ibadan: Heinemann

 

Grant, N. J, H. Nnamonu, S. Jowitt, D. (1998). Senior English Project 3, (New Edition) Harlow: Longman

 

Idowu, O. O, Sogbeson, T. S. Adofo, A. K. Burgess, D. F and Burgess, L. J. (1998). Round-up English: A Complete Guide, Lagos: Longman

 

Idris, U. (2001). Oral English at Your Fingertips for Schools and Colleges, Lagos, M. Young brain Publishers

 

Igwe, S. O. Aloye. R. O. and Olayiwolu, B. A. (2005). JAMB Success: English Language for UME, PCE, Ibadan: UP Plc

 

Nnamonu, S. and Jowit, D. (1987) Use of English: JAMB Practice Tests, Lagos: Longman. Nnamonu, S. and Jowit, D. (1989). Common Errors in English. Lagos: Longman

 

Obinna, M. F. (2001). University Matriculation Use of English (Fourth Edition) Port Harcourt; Sunray Books Limited

 

Ogunsanwo, O. Duraku, A, B.C, Ezechukwu, J and Nwachukwu, U. I (2005). Countdown English

 

Language, (Revised Edition), Ibadan: Evans: Olatoye. S. (2006). The Silent Teacher, Ado-Ekiti; Segun and Sons Enterprises

 

Oluikpe, B. O. A, nnaemeka, B. A., Obah. T. Y. Otagburuagu, E. J. Onuigbo, S. and Ogbonna, E. A. (1998).

 

Intensive English for Senior Secondary School 3, Onitsha: Africana – FIRST Publisher.

 

Tomori, S. H. O (2000). Objective Tests for School Certificate english: Practice in Lexis, Structure and idiom (Reprinted Edition), Ibadan; Heinemann

 

Ukwuegbu, C, Okora, O., Idris, A. U., Okehukola, F. O. and Owokade, C. O. (2002). Catch-up English for SSCE/UME, Ibadan: Heinemann.

 

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Nigerian Military School (NMS) Zaria 2021/2022 Admission Form Is Out

NMS Zaria 2021/2022 Admission Form

The Nigerian Military School (NMS) Zaria 2021/2022 Admission Form Is Out and interested applicants are required to follow the laid down procedures in order to secure the form.

In this article, we provide you complete details on How to Apply for the Nigerian Military School Zaria 2021/2022 Academic Session.

NMS Zaria Admission Instruction:

  1. Candidates and their parents/guardians are strongly advised to read and strictly adhere to the application procedure. The School shall not be held accountable for errors or problems arising from failure to strictly adhere to the application procedure
  2. After you fill the candidate’s details and click the GENERATE FORM button, the payment advice slip will be displayed. Please print it out and keep a copy for reference.
  3. Payments can be made online directly from NMS portal using bank-issued debit cards (a.k.a. “ATM Cards”) or by taking the printed payment slip to a bank to make payment. The bank will post the payment through Interswitch PayDirect.
  4. If you pay at a bank, make sure you collect your PayDirect receipt from the Bank and keep it safe.
  5. After payment, candidates must print out their Examination PhotoCard from the portal. Candidates without Examination PhotoCard shall not be allowed to write the Entrance Examination.

How Much is NMS Zaria Admission Form

The application form is just Three Thousand Naira (₦,3000) and payment can be made Online or by Bank branch payment

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Deadline for NMS Zaria 2021/2022 Admission

The online application on for admission  into Nigeria military school Zaria Commence 1st Mar, 2022 and close 6th May, 2022. Entrance Examination is scheduled for Saturday, 14th May, 2022 at all designated examination centres nationwide

How To Apply for NMS Zaria Admission Online

1. Interested Candidates are to visit the NMS admissions portal at http://www.nms1954.sch.ng/apply/

2. Click on the button in the Blue box to open the application page and read the instructions carefully, then click the START button.

3. Follow steps 1-4 of the application process to fill in all the required data and click on the “GENERATE FORM” button  to generate candidate’s Form and open the Payment Slip page. The parental status of candidate must be correctly stated as any misinformation will automatically disqualify the candidate

4. At the Payment Slip page, payment can be made either

(a) Directly online ming hank-id ATM Debit Cards. Click on the “PAY ONLINE” button and you shall be directed to the secure Interswitch platform to complete.

(b) By bank branch payment: Click on the “PAY AT A BANK button and wait a few seconds for your details to be forwarded to the hanks in advance, then print the Payment Slip and take it to any of the banks listed to make payment. After making payment, return to the portal to complete the Online Application

5. Candidates can obtain their Exam Photo Cards from the portal only when payment is confirmed and a valid passport-size uploaded

6. After successfully completing the application process, Candidates are advised to print original copies of their Application Form Payment Slip and Examination Photo Card from the portal Candidates MUST present their Examination Photo Card at the Examination Centre on the day of Entrance Examination

7. For more information, please visit the NMS admissions information page at http://www.nms1954.sch.ng/admission-portal and also the frequently asked questions (FAQs) page at http://www.nms1954.sch.ng/faqs

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2021/2022 Kaduna State University Health Sciences and Technology Application Form

Kaduna State University is pleased to announce that applications for admission to the Institute of Health Sciences and Technology (Makarfi Campus) Diploma and Higher National Diploma(HND) programs will begin on Monday, March 7, 2022 and end on Friday, April 29, 2022 by 12:00 Midnight.

Kaduna State University Health Sciences and Technology

The following courses are open for application under the various Departments of the Institute:-

Higher National in Diploma Community Health

Diploma in Community Health

Certificate in Community Health

Diploma in Prosthetics & Orthotics

Higher National Diploma in Dental Therapy

Higher National Diploma in Dental Technology

Higher National Diploma in Environmental Health

National Diploma in Environmental Health

National Diploma in Nutrition & Dietetics

National Diploma in Community Health

National Diploma in Social Development

National Diploma in Health Information Management

Higher National Diploma in Nutrition & Dietetics

Diploma Health Promotion & Education

Higher National Diploma in Social Development

Diploma in Psycho-Social Rehabilitation

Diploma in Prosthetics and Orthotics

Diploma in Medical Social Work

Diploma in Psycho-Social Rehabilitation

Diploma in Biomedical Engineering Technology

Diploma in Health Promotion and Education

Certified Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician (Abridgement)

Medical Laboratory Technician

Medical Imaging Processing Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician (Abridgement)

Higher National Diploma in Health Information Management

Diploma in Health Information Management

Higher National Diploma in Public Health Nursing

Higher National Diploma in Public Health Nursing (Special)

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Kaduna State University Health Sciences and Technology Requirements :

  • Prospective applicants must have a minimum of five (5) O’ level relevant passes in basic sciences at Credit level in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination Council (WAEC) or the National Examination Council (NECO) in not more than two (2) sittings.
  • Applicants for HND in Social Development, Diploma Psycho-social Rehabilitation, Medical Social Work & Health Care Management can apply with either Science or Art subject.
  •  Diploma in Community Health Applicants must possessed Certificate in Community Health with Five O Level in Basic Sciences.
  • Possession of National Diploma Result from NBTE Accredited Health Institution & JAMB Admission letter for HND applicants only.

Interested applicants are to pay the sum of N7,000 as Processing and Selection

Examination Fee on the University portal

Application Guidelines:

  • Visit forms.kasu.edu.ng
  • Select the available form and sign up an account
  •  Login to your email to obtain login details
  •  Login to forms.kasu.edu.ng using details obtained above and proceed with your
  • application.
  • Click on the link ‘Proceed with Payment’ to generate your payment detail
  • Click ‘Pay via Inter switch’ at the top of the page and proceed with payment
  • After Successful Payment, proceed with your application while printing the form and acknowledgement slip

Best Wishes.

Signed

Director,

Shehu Idris College of Health Sciences and Technology

Makarfi Campus

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