Friday, 27 February 2015

NSUK: Resumes March 8th, Mass Comm Relocates to the Faculty of Social Sciences from the Faculty of Arts.



The Senate of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi comprising of all professors, heads of departments and directors of centres met yesterday, Thursday February 26, 2015. 

The senate unanimously reaffirmed the earlier-fixed resumption date of March 8, 2015 for the second semester of the 2014/2015 academic session. 

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Thursday, 19 February 2015

New Face of NSUK in The Making

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Game Time: Test Your English 2


Which is correct?
Type your answers on the comment section below:


11. A ........ is a person who lives in a foreign country.

A.   executor
B.   expatriate


12. A ........ is someone who bets money on horse or dog races.

A.   punter
B.   prude


13. A ........ is a person who enters and lives in an unoccupied building.

A.   stalwart
B.   squatter

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Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Sale of NSUK LVT Form (Sandwich)


This is to Inform the general public and interested candidates that forms for the Long Vacation Term (LVT) programme are on sale.

Only candidates who possess the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) and five credit passes at O’Level or TC II including English and Mathematics are eligible. In addition, prospective candidates must obtain a minimum of lower credit in their teaching subjects at the NCE level for the degree programmes.

Available Programme Include:

ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION 
B. (Ed) SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
B. Sc. (Ed) ECONOMICS EDUCATION
B. A. (Ed) CRS EDUCATION
B. A. (Ed) ENGLISH EDUCATION
B. Sc. (Ed) GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION
B. A. (Ed) IRS EDUCATION
B. A. (Ed) FRENCH EDUCATION
B. A. (Ed) HISTORY EDUCATION
B.A. (ED) ARABIC STUDIES
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Monday, 9 February 2015

NSUK: Resumption Cause Dismay.

In preparation for the 2015 Nigeria's general elections that was scheduled to take place on 14th and 28th February 2015, academic activities in NSUK has been put on hold after the conclusion of the first semester for the 2014/2015 Academic Session. The break which started on the 6th of February 2015 is expected to end on the 8th of March 2015.

There is a new twist in event following the postponement of the elections. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced March 28th and April 11th 2015 as the new date for the general elections. The question every student is battling with is 'will the one month break given to students in regards to this election still hold?'.
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Thursday, 5 February 2015

NECO Nov/Dec 2014 Results:Records Improved Performance





National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the Nov/Dec 2014 SSCE results. The results showed improved performance of students, when compared with last year.

According to the Registrar/ Chief Executive of the Council, Professor Promise Okpala, who announced the result in Minna yesterday, 52.94 percent of the candidates had Credit in English and 55.37 percent in Mathematics. Out of 63,445 that registered for the examinations, 61,386 eventually sat for it, with 30.57 percent recording Credits and above.

WITH 52.94 percent credit pass in English Language and 55.37 percent credit pass in Mathematics, candidates at the November/December 2014 National Examinations Council (NECO), which results have just been released, made a significant improvement compared to previous examinations conducted by the body.

The NECO Registrar and the Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Promise Nwackukwu Okpala, while announcing the results Wednesday at the council’s national headquarters in Minna, Niger State, noted that the results were better than the previous exams conducted since 2011.

Okpala said that 63,445 candidates registered for the examinations, out of which 61,386 actually sat for the examinations, while 30.57 per cent recorded five credits and above in both English and Mathematic.

An analysis of other core subjects shows that 53,848 sat for Biology with 26,947 credits (50.04 per cent), Chemistry had 28,250 candidates with 14,8585 credits (51.62 per cent), and 28,222 sat for Physics with 57 credits (0.20 per cent).

“It is important to note that there have been improvements in NECO SSCE results over the past four years. A comparative analysis of the results in English language and Mathematics examinations and those who had five Credits and above including English language and Mathematics from 2011 to 2014 depicts this trend,” Okpala said.


Click here to check your Result: 2014/2015 Nov/Dec NECO Result Checker
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