Thursday, 28 July 2016

2nd SEMESTER COURSE REGISTRATION FOR 2015/2016 ACADEMIC SESSION.

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2nd SEMESTER COURSE REGISTRATION FOR 2015/2016 ACADEMIC SESSION.

This is to inform students in 300 level and above that the school portal is now open for 2nd semester course registration.

All students under this category and therefore advised to go and register and print out their Course Forms in due time to avoid further delay.

For the 100 & 200 level students, your Course Form is not ready due to the newly introduced GSTs. This is because the GSTs are still been uploaded and as soon as its fully done you will be notified to commence your Course Registration.Although some may print and write the missing course manually (With a Pen).

For those of you in the Faculty of Arts and around, you can meet us at our Cyber Cafe located under the staircase besides the Main Lecture Theatre (LT) inside the faculty of Arts building for easy registration and printing of your course form.
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4 Nas Poly students shot dead



4 Nas Poly students shot dead
•NANS JCC Chairman calls for calm

| 27 July, 2016 |


Report reaching us says four students of Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia, were shot dead in the early hours of today by suspected officers of the Nigeria Police.

The students were reportedly on a peaceful protest against the death of one of them, in the hands of a reckless driver.

The chairman of the National Association Nigerian Students Joint Campus Committee, NANS JCC Nasarawa axis, Comrade Thaddeus Maiyanga, who confirmed this sympathised with the students and called for calm while the students body intervene.

"We are faced with another challenge over the demise of four nigeria students which came as a result of trigger friendly Nigeria police", he announced on his Facebook Timeline.

According to him, "the incident occured during a solidarity protest in respect of a student who was knock down by a reckless driver on his way to campus yesterday evening".

Maiyanga appealed to the students to remain calm and law abiding, and promised to meet with stakeholders in the state to ensure that justice is done.

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Good News For The Financial Engineers

Good News For The Financial Engineers

By Emmanuel A. Daniel
| 26 July, 2016 |

As promised earlier here are the details from the orientation held at the the department of Banking & Finance, Nasarawa State Unversity, Keffi:

Members of the high table:
1. Head of Department:  Ass. Prof Uche Uwaleke
2. Former Head of Department: Her Excellency,  Ass. Prof. Mrs Theresa A. Udenwa.
3. Former HOD, KSU:  Dr. Samuel Amana
4. The Utility Lecturer: Mr Yusuf Bala
5. The Exam Officer: Mrs Nwala
6. The Faculty President {The Orator}: Harrison Vincent
7. Secretary to the HOD: Mr John

The HOD Ass. Prof. Uche Uwaleke made remarkable statements concerning the following: NUC Accreditation for the Department, IT for the 300 Level Student's, Support From Islamic Development Bank, among others...

The accreditation of the department by NUC:
This have being a word to bed for all student of the department, most especially the pioneers of the department.

The HOD narrated how the NUC are expected to come to an institution every four{4} years to give accreditation to a programme.
He added that the department has ensured that when NUC comes, full accreditation will be granted to the department as the department has made all necessary preparations and met the status of requirements which includes: The Students, Stream of masterminded lecturers, and having adequate facilities on ground.

Her Excellency, the former HOD of the Department, Mrs Theresa Udenwa also promises the students that before the Pioneers (The 400 Level students) graduates, the department will be fully Accredited. It was also comfirmed that students from the department will graduate to be chartered bankers.

Other lecturers from the department showed serious dedication and commitment and are also contributing positively to see that the department gets full accreditation.

Furthermore, the HOD noted that 300 Level students will subsequently be attached to banks for their Industrial Training {IT} under close supervisions. 

The prof. also talked about the positive contributions of the Islamic Development Bank and Jaiz Bank in Abuja to the department and how they have promised to provide books and support the department in one way or the other.

Trust NSUK Guide/CampusWatch as we update you with latest happenings around campus.

• Emmanuel Adigizi Daniel is a 300 Level Student of the department of Banking and Finance. An NSUK Guide/CampusWatch correspondence from the Faculty of Administration.

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Friday, 22 July 2016

NSUK Release LONG VACATION TRAINING PROGRAMME (LVT/SANDWICH) 1st Admission List: Check Your Name Here


This is to inform all those that applied for Nasarawa State University LONG VACATION TRAINING PROGRAMME (LVT) and the general public that the First admission list for the 2016/2017 Academic Session is out.

See the List Below:



Page 1
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You can also download the PDF File Here

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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Five Easy Ways To Save Your [Mobile & Computer] Data






Things you should do right now to conserve your data.

Worry less about exceeding your data limit by following these five simple tips for Android users:


1. Reduce the data used by your Android mobile device or computer by turning on Chrome Data Saver Mode. From compressing web pages to removing images when loading a page on a slow connection, you’re able to save up to 70% more data.

2. Offline YouTube videos and watch them as often as you like without using data or buffering each time with YouTube Offline.

3. Whether it’s your neighborhood or a weekend getaway destination, there’s a way to use Google Maps without using any data. Download an area of the world and seamlessly use Maps features like turn-by-turn navigation and access useful location information without a network connection using Google Maps Offline.

4. Identify and remove data intensive apps by going to Settings > Data Usage on your Android device. You may be surprised to see data being used by apps you hardly touch!

5. Disable auto-updating apps on your Android device by opening Google Play and tapping the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) on the top left of the screen. Go to Settings > tap Auto-update apps > select Do not auto-update apps or Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi.

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Very Funny: The Struggles of Paying School Fees in NSUK

1. When you hear its time to pay school fees.


2. You know you need to be at the bank as early as 6:am.


3. And if you overslept, this is the way you rush for bike that morning.



4. How the queue at the bank looks at 7 am. 



5. How they look at you when you come to take the spot you asked a friend to keep for you.



6. How you sweat while on the queue


7. Then one smart guy tries to enter your front in the line



8. When you finally make it into the banking hall.




9. But then you see the normal friendly look on the bankers face.



10. After it gets to your turn and they tell you 'no network, come back tomorrow'.



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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

THE OUTCOME OF THE CONVENTION/ ELECTION OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS (NANS) 14TH TO 18TH JULY 2016 WHICH HELD AT GOMBE TOWNSHIP STADUIM IN GOMBE STATE.


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA STUDENTS (NANS)
C/O Student’s Union Building, University of Jos, P.M.B 2084

PRESS TEXT ON THE OUTCOME OF THE CONVENTION/ ELECTION OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS (NANS) 14TH TO 18TH JULY 2016 WHICH HELD AT GOMBE TOWNSHIP STADUIM IN GOMBE STATE.

Preamble
 With esteemed regards to my Comrades in the struggle I wish to first and foremost thank the entire delegate at the Convention/Election for their unflinching support in electing me as the Convention Chairman of the 2016 NANS Convention /Election (Gombe 2016).

It is important that I thank the Governor of Gombe State for accepting to host the convention and providing needed logistic, I also want thank the SA to the President on Youth and Student Affairs Com Nasir S. Adahama for his continuous support in ensuring the students a desirable, free, fair and credible elections and the security agencies.

It will be incomplete to continue with this text without mentioning the dynamic efforts of the NANS Convention Planning Committee (CPC) who through their wealth of experience ensured that the process saw the light of the day.

NANS as an umbrella an umbrella organization of Nigerian Student is known for its vibrancy and have remained the epicenter for youth and students activity in Nigeria; thus it has become an organization for mass mobilization towards social and political engagements as it affects Nigerian populace.

The organization is governed by both constitutional and conventional provisions, the most remarkable ELECTIONS into offices most especially often keenly contested

The NANS Elections 2016

The election which started with registration/accreditation of delegates at about 4:30 pm lasted till the next day which is 18th July with a total accredited number of 244 delegates in attendance .The contest which began with election of the convention chairman position and was contested by the following candidates and their scores.

1 Yemi Adeniran  63 votes
2 Ibrahim Yusuf 51 votes
3Prince Miaphen 71 votes
4Jibrin Ahmadu  56 votes
Invalid  3 votes

The contest ended with myself Comr. Prince Miaphen having pulled the highest number votes was declared the convention chairman of Gombe 2016 NANS Convention.
According to the NANS Constitution, then powers of the incumbent executives of NANS comes to end with the emergence of a convention chairman who will be in charge of the election of NANS and by extension retains the secretariat of the organization until the election of a new set of executives.
At exactly 4:30pm on the 18th of July, 2016 the NANS executives led by Comr. Tijjani Usman was formally dissolved by the senate of NANS in other to give way for a smooth conduct of the elections as provided by the constitution and Charters of Demands of the NANS.

As I the (convention Chairman) was to progress with the elections of new set of executives of NANS by calling for nomination of the Presidential aspirants, a group of miscreants invaded the venue of the election after the police guiding the venue mysteriously disappeared. They (the police) later reappeared after mayhem had been unleashed on the students delegates and some of their valuables had been taken away by the miscreants.
At this point the NANS convention (Gombe 2016) was called off by the Convention Chairman as there was high level of insecurity at the venue of the election.

Due consultations will be made by the Convention Chairman/Ag. NANS President on the way forward and the new date and venue will be communicated to the students.

CONCLUSION.
I wish to appeal to all Nigerian students to remain focused in their quest for egalitarian NANS that will represent the true intellectual and ideological face of the organization.

Signed

COMRADE PRINCE MIAPHEN
NANS CONVENTION CHAIRMAN 2016
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JAMB Posting: No Cause for Alarm



JAMB Posting: No Cause for Alarm.
By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion)
| 19.07.2016 |
The Joint Admission & Matriculation Board (JAMB) has commenced the usual posting for its 2016 candidates.
However, it has continued to create a lot of concern among students, especially the 2016 candidates. Students who are yet to be posted have continued to live in worry and fear of not been admitted this year. If you are one of them, please read this article carefully so that you'll understand what is happening.
First of all, posting of students by JAMB is not a new thing as some of you may think. JAMB have been posting students for years and many students are not aware of this. But this year (2016), following the trails of event that came up after the suposed cancellation of Post-UTME, a lot of things have been revealed among which is the usual posting of students.

Furthermore, based on previous experince, the fact that you have not/were not posted does not mean there is no admission for you.

Samuel Tersu, a 400 level student of Nasarawa State University has this to say ''i wrote Jamb in 2011, i never knew anything about posting until now, but i went for NSUK's Post UTME and in the end i was given admission, but JAMB never posted me. Recently, I heard about JAMB posting from my coursemate who also wrote JAMB in 2011 and was posted to NSUK. Now we are both final year students. I have no worry because NSUK as an institution screened me, saw me fit and gave me admission, therefore they recognise me as a student and am sure there are many others like me all over the country''

Another 300 students, Aisha Abdullahi explained her own experience '' in 2012, i chose Nasarawa State University when i registered for JAMB, then i knew nothing about posting. All we did was register and wait for post UTME which i attended and was given admission by NSUK. But when i recently heard of JAMB posting, i went to JAMB's website, under the 2012 category, i checked using my Reg. Number & discovered that i was given admission to study English in University of Jos. Because most of us never knew about JAMB posting, we missed out on certain things. But i have no regrets because i am ok with NSUK and the University actually admitted me after i passed all its Post-UTME screening and met all requirements''.

The point here is that, JAMB posting did not start today, and wether you are posted or not you can still go for screening at the University you applied for, and if they find you fit, you'll b given admission. JAMB posting is not the 'Ultimate', therefore there is a possibility that posted candidated will be screened out if they don't meet the institutions' requirements and as a result, those of you that were not posted, but applied for that same Institution and meet the requirments may be used to replace the so called ''posted'' candidates that were screened out.

In my last post i made some points as follows:
Those that were posted were not given automatic admission but recommended for consideration, therefore they can be screened out if they don't meet NSUK's minimum requirement.

Those that were posted may not be enough for the university after screening, so they may need to admit students outside those sent by JAMB for consideration provided they score above 180 for UTME & obtained not less than a lower credit for DE.

Furthermore, universities to an extent control how and most of its admission process as such it will create room for other candidates outside those that have been posted for admission consideration.
However, for those that have been posted, the instruction you get from JAMB website is for you to visit the website of the school you were posted to for screening details.

For now, a date has not been fixed for the screening, as soon as a date is fixed we will inform you.
Note:
The Above inform is applicable to both UTME & DE candidates.

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Saturday, 16 July 2016

How To Flash Your Nokia Phone With Pc

Phoenix service software is a free and amazing tool for flashing Nokia phones using a Usb data cable.  You can flash easily your Nokia phone using phoenix service software free tool. It is completey free and without waiting to download.


Download phoenix service software from here and install it on your computer, connect your phone to computer using a Usb data cable, choose flash file for your selected phone and start flashing your phone.

Before starting flashing your Nokia phone don,t  forgot to get backup of your important data, Because after flashing your Nokia phones your all important data will deleted and your can,t get it again.

Phoenix service software 2014/15/16 you can free download from the given download link, which is available at the end of the post. The provided download link is free and risk free, So you can download phoenix service software by clicking on the download link below.


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Friday, 15 July 2016

Yes! You Can Still Come For Screening: JAMB Postings.


Yes! You Can Still Come For Screening.


For some weeks now JAMB began posting of 2016 UTME candidates to various universities for admission consideration. So for many students have been posted while some are yet to be posted.
I have been receiving complains from students, mostly the ones that are yet to be posted asking to know their fate and their next step of action.

Some are asking if they can still come for the post UTME screening excercise even though they have not been posted yet. The answer is YES you can!

First of all, those that were posted were not given automatic admission but recommended for consideration, therefore they can be screened out if they don't meet NSUK's minimum requirement.
Secondly, those that were posted may not be enough for the university after screening, so they may need to admit students outside those sent by JAMB for consideration provided they score above 180 for UTME & obtained not less than a lower credit for DE.

Furthermore, universities to an extent control how and most of its admission process as such it will create room for other candidates outside those that have been posted for admission consideration.
However, for those that have been posted, the instruction is for you to visit the school's website for screening details. For now, a date has not been fixed for the screening, as soon as a date is fixed we will inform you.

Note:
The Above inform is applicable to both UTME & DE candidates.

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The New Airtel N25 for 500MB & N50 for 1.5GB Night Plan

The New Airtel N25 for 500MB & N50 for 1.5GB Night Plan



Airtel finally unleash another night package as they scrap the previous unlimited night plan . This time, they made replacement of the hourly unlimited plan with N25 for 500MB and N50 for 1.5GB which also counts to be valuable.

This package works on any network capability, including the 3G and 4G LTE network speed unlike their 200 for 2GB & N500 for 6GB plan that limits us to just 2G network. But, you can now increase the speed by surfing through hotspot from your mobile to PC.

To enjoy this package, you’ve to migrate to
Airtel SmartTrybe as only migrated customers are eligible for the package; hence, it won’t work for you.

To migrate to Airtel smarttrybe, simply dial *312# and reply 1 .
How to Opt-in for the Airtel N25 or N50 package?

To subscribe for this plan, simply dial *312*3# and follow their onscreen command.
Night duration: 12AM – 6AM

Please be aware that once you’re migrated to Airtel SmartTrybe, you’ll be charged 11k/s for all national calls which makes it N6.6k/min instead of N5/min on their normal call rate. So, I advise you get a special Airtel sim for browsing and opt-in for this package.


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ESP Skill Acquisition Registration for 2015/2016 Academic Session

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Entrepreneurship Development Centre
Skill Acquisition Registration for 2015/2016 Academic Session.

This is to inform all the 200 level students that ESP 221 registration commence immediately.

It is important for all 200 level students to register ESP 221 in Entrepreneurial Development Centre. Each student will get materials required for the skill training choosen. Three Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N3,500) is the registration fee, which will be paid into the centre's skill account.

Bank Details
Bank Name: Diamond Bank.
Account Number: 0066418125
Account Name: ENTREPRENEUSHIP DEVELOPMENT CENTRE.
(Pls Verify this Bank Details from your various Faculty Notice Board and also with the Bank before making the deposit)

Available skill to be selected from include:
1. Ankara Bags & Shoe.
2. Beads Making.
3. Event Managment/Interior Decoration.
4. Soap/Household Detergent.
5. Computer Training.
6. Baking/Pastries.
7. Tie and Dye.
8. Fishery.
9. Paint Making.
10. Interlocking & Brick Making.
11. Fashion Design/Tailoring.
12. Poultry.
13. Computer Graphic Design.
14. Solar Power.
15. Leather Bags and Shoe.
16. Spices.
17. Artistic Graphic Design.
18. Artistic Paint Application.
19. Photography.
20. Cinematography.
21. Fine Art Design.
22. Furniture Making.
23. Barbing.
24. Beverage.
25. CCTV Installation.
26. Juice and Yoghurt Making.

Attendance is mandatory and will be taking very seriously.


Please Note that registration will not be extended and any student that fail to register before the closing date will not get ESP 221CA record.

Signed.
Managment.

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YOU CAN NOW PRINT ORIGINAL JAMB RESULT


Original JAMB UTME Result Slip is now available for 2016 and previous years. Candidates who have seen (or printed) their result notification through the free checking system can now print their originals.

Unlike the result notification slip, the Original Jamb slip carries the passport you used to apply for JAMB. The Original JAMB result slip is unique, official and detailed which MUST be presented on the day of NSUK's POST UTME Screening Excercise.

Take a look at a sample we have uploaded for you to see and know wat it looks like.

NATURE OF THE ORIGINAL JAMB RESULT

• It has a coloured setting.
• It has your passport on the top corner of the result.
• It posses a JAMB logo behind the writings
• It is watermarked with JAMB written more than a 100 times in green.
• It contains all your details as registered by You. (UTME Subjects and Result Breakdown, Choice of Schools and Courses, Contact address of Candidate)

Uses of Original JAMB Result Slip
Among other important uses, the result slip is useful for the following:-
* As a sure proof that you sat for JAMB this year.
* An evidence of the result/score you obtained in UTME.
* You cannot go for Post UTME without it.
* No registration into tertiary institution without it.
* You won't be Screened during NSUK post UTME without it.

HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR ORIGINAL UTME RESULT SHOWING YOUR PASSPORT

Obtaining your original post-utme results is not so much of a hard work, if you can make time to visit our cyber cafe at the faculty of Arts Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

Make sure that they print this important document for you with a COLOURED PRINTER and try to print out at least 3 copies.

I hope you find this post helpful.


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List of Schools Whose Post-UTME Forms are Out – 2016/17

Post UTME Update ! Post UTME Update !! Post UTME Update!!! Want to be the first to know when the institutions of your choice release their post UTME / Admission screening exercise form? This page is all you need.

Post UTME / Admission Screening of various tertiary institutions in Nigeria are published here for free. If you don’t want to miss out, bookmark this page and keep checking back.


Nigerian Universities don’t have any outside agent to help with the 2016/2017 admission exercise. The use of such agent is at candidate’s own risk and candidates should desist from using third party in processing their applications.


2016/2017 ADMISSION SCREENING / POST UTME FORMS OF NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES



•Federal University Otuoke

•University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN)

•Federal University Lokoja (FUL)

•Augustine University Ilara (AUI)

•Al-Hikmah University, Kwara

•Yobe State University (YSU)

•Crescent University, Abeokuta (CUAB)

•Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)

•Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH)

•Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)

•Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE)

•Oduduwa University (OUI)

•Adeleke University (AU)

•Caleb University Lagos (CUL)

•Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma(AAU)

•Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU)

•Niger Delta University (NDU)

•University Port Harcourt (UNIPORT)

•University of Uyo (UNIUYO)


Also Read: Education Ministry, Stakeholders agree on N2,500 as post-UTME Screening Fee


•University of Medical Sciences, Ondo(UNIMED)

•University of Benin (UNIBEN)

•Delta State University(DELSU)

•Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST

•Lagos State University (LASU) screening

•Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED)

•Ekiti State University (EKSU)

•Nigeria Turkish Nile University-(NTNU)

•Elizade University(EU)

•Fountain University, Osogbo (FUO)

•Edwin Clark University (ECU)

•Tansian University

•American University Of Nigeria (AUN)

•Gregory University Uturu (GUU)

•Crawford University

• Igbinedion University Okada(IOU)

•Christopher University

•Bingham University 

•Achievers University Owo

•Joseph Ayo Babalola University

•Olabisi Onabanjo University

•Afe Babalola University(ABUAD)

•Veritas University(VUNA)

•Bowen University

•Bells University

•Babcock University (BU)

•Pan-Atlantic University(PAU)

•Kwara State University(KWASU)

•Covenant University (CU)

•Redeemer’s University, Nigeria (RUN)

•Ajayi Crowther University(ACU)

•Landmark University (LMU)

2016/2017 POST UTME FORMS OF NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS.



•Auchi Polytechnic(AUCHIPOLY)

•Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY)

•Air Force Institute of Technology(AFIT)

•Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY)

•Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FEPONAS)

•Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro(DSPZP)

•Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi (FPTB)

•Crown Polytechnic

•Ogun State College of Health Technology (OSCOHTECH)

2016/2017 POST UTME FORMS OF NIGERIAN MONOTECHNICS.


•College of Agriculture Jalingo (COAJALINGO)

•Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology (FCFMT)

•University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH)

•Bayelsa State College of Art and Science (BYCAS)

•Nigerian Institute of Journalism(NIJ)

•University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH)

•Federal Co-operative College, Ibadan(FCC)

2016/2017 POST UTME FORMS OF NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION.


•African Thinkers Community of Inquiry College of Education (ATCOICOE)

•Institute of Ecumenical Education (IECE) 2016/17
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Thursday, 14 July 2016

Samsung Just Killed The Micro Sd Card And This Is What Will Replace It



Samsung and SanDisk are looking to one-up each other when it comes to expandable memory for smartphones and any other device that supports a microSD card. SanDisk made a 200GB card last year that is quite affordable, and then Samsung came up with a 256GB model.

A few weeks ago, SanDisk matched Samsung’s 256GB card with two new microSD options of its own , both more affordable than Samsung’s card. But Samsung stepped up its game and killed the microSD card completely.

The company’s latest memory offering is a UFS 2.0 storage solution that will work with any device that has microSDXC support, but it offers the same lightning-fast storage experience as the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7. In fact, these new cards are just as fast as SSD drives.

Samsung last year switched to UFS 2.0 storage for high-end mobile devices , with the Galaxy S6 being the first to get these new ultra-fast memory chips. Short for Universal Flash Storage, UFS can significantly improve the smartphone experience, allowing faster access to the contents of a phone. Expanding UFS 2.0 support to swappable cards seems only logical for Samsung, and the move would let diehard Android fans to take advantage of Android’s adoptable storage feature – here’s how to enable it on the Galaxy S7 .

Oddly enough, Samsung does not mention Android devices in its press release , saying the new memory card has been designed for “mobile shooting devices such as DSLRs, 3D VR cameras, action cams and drones.” Samsung did not announce actual release dates or pricing details for the UFS 2.0 memory cards either, but it did reveal performance details.
The cards offer “more than five times faster sequential read performance compared to that of a typical microSD card,” as they’re able to read sequentially at 530 MB/s, which is on par with SSD sequential read speeds.

“With this UFS card, consumers have the ability to read a 5GB, Full-HD movie in approximately 10 seconds, compared to a typical UHS-1 microSD card, which would take over 50 seconds with 95MB/s of sequential reading speed,” Samsung writes. “Also, at a random read rate of 40,000 IOPS, the 256GB card delivers more than 20 times higher random read performance compared to a typical microSD, which offers approximately 1,800 IOPS.”

UFS cards will read a 5GB Full HD movie in 10 seconds, compared to 50 seconds for a microSD card that can do up to 95MB/s sequential reading.

As for write speeds, the 256GB UFS card reaches a top speed of 170MB/s, or almost twice the speeds the fastest microSD card can achieve. “To shoot 24 large/extra fine JPEG photographs (1,120 megabyte (MB)-equivalent) continuously with a high-end DSLR camera, the 256GB UFS card takes less than seven seconds, compared to a UHS-1 microSD card which typically takes about 32 seconds, at 35MB/s,” Samsung explains.

Well, SanDisk, the ball is in your court now.
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Very Funny:13. Types Of Students You Will Meet In NSUK's Hostel

The hostel the is one place every student gets to meet different kinds of people. Below are some categories of people that every student of NSUK that has lived in the hostel can relate to



1. The Rich Guy/Girl: This one comes to school as if he/she is packing into a new apartment. They have everything, fan, dryer, TV and all sorts of gadgets..and if any is stolen, they get another one ASAP.

2. The Pastors: These ones walk room by room preaching the gospel. not bad though

3. The Beggars: These ones beg for anything.... salt, pepper, shoes and even boxers...and yet they behave as if their father owns the world.

4. The Lucky Friends: These ones Always comes around wen d food is ready...as if them plant camera to monitor you.

5. The Village Man: This one comes to school with all sort of things like Maize, Iru, cassava flour, cutlass (maybe to farm who knows?).

6. The Problem Solver: This one's room is Always full during exam and test as students wants to get solution to their academic problems from him..na only God know where them go since.

7. The Cooks: These ones enter the kitchen more often than the rats living there. They cook all day that you begin to wonder if they were employed to cook.

8. The Lover Boys: This one don't cook but brings food from different girls everyday...i heard its called "COOLER MINISTRY".

9. The Thieves: These once will be like, "I like this your Shoe o" before u know it, ur shoe is gone.

10. The Gamers: These once plays games...PES, FIFA, NFS, KillSwitch and others all day.

11. The Guy Who Brought Only Two Changes Of Clothes. Too bad.

12 The “Make You Feel Bad About Yourself Cause You’re Not In a Cool Group Of Friends Like Those People”.

13. The “I’m The Kind Of Guy Who Knows The People Who Work At The Hostel”



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Monday, 11 July 2016

Jamb Commence Posting Of 2016 Candidates! Check Yours Here


Jamb Commence Posting Of 2016 Candidates! Check Yours Here

The Joint Admission Matriculation Board has commenced posting of candidates that applied for the 2016/2017 UTME/DE application into various higher institutions in Nigeria. You can now check where you have been posted for admission consideration.

To check where you have been posted, all you need is your jamb registration number, and follow these three simple steps:
1.  Click on the link below .
2. On the page that opens, enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided.
3. Click on "Check where you have been posted for admission" to access the details

NOTE:
JAMB has not commenced placements for Direct Entry Candidates. As soon as they start, we will inform you via this platform. Stay With Us.

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Saturday, 9 July 2016

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Editorial: 'Hafsa' should not apply to NSUK staff •It will spell doom for the University



Editorial: 'Hafsa' should not apply to NSUK staff
•It will spell doom for the University

| 9 July, 2016 |
'Hafsa' is a new word fast gaining popularity in our assorted daily satirical lexicon, that describe unfavourable government policies. 
Hafsa is a derivation from the group of word, 'half salary', describing the recent Nasarawa state government policy of paying just fifty percent of workers monthly earnings.

This policy has drawn condemnation from several quarter, despite the effort by government to justify its action by explaining that it decided on the policy due the unfavourable economic situation around the country, which has also affected the state's revenue. The Nigeria Labour Congress in the state has since embarked on an indefinite strike to register their grievance against the policy.
Since the NLC strike began earlier this week, there has a palpable and reasonable fear that the staff of Nasarawa StateUniversity, who only few days ago suspended an internal strike that lasted several months, will join the action either in sympathy or in direct response to the policy of the state government if it's finally extended to the University staff.
At the height of the speculation, the University's ASUU Chairman, debunked the rumour saying that ASUU was not going to join in the strike, but suggested that in the event that the state government decides to extend the 'hafsa' policy, the Union will not have any choice but to down tool. Just as he warned that their grievances with government have not all been resolved and any additional discomfort may be a provocation.
The Joint Action Committee, JAC, of the non-academic staff and allied unions, is also threatening fire and brimstone, should their salaries be halved. Its own problem with the authority is still far from being completely resolved.
What this portends is that the young University, already reeling from a devastating four months of inactivity, will witness an unprecedented brain drain that will see many of the academic and non-academic staff leaving the institution in search of greener pastures. Already, a good number of staff have left the University in the heat of the prolonged strike.
It is on this ground that we call on the state government not to include the University staff into this new policy. This sector has suffered severely and further disruption of the system will not be the best as it will be very difficult for the University to recover from the effects in a long term.
Quite noticeable that the economic situation of the state has nosedived, but government needs to do more to make the people understand the enormity of the situation. Compelling others to tighten their belt when those in government continue to live a luxury and lavish lifestyle is a bad public relations strategy that not only depicts them as liars, but also anti-people. Government officials should first be seen to subject themselves to these austerity measures, and not forcing a bitter pill on the people while they luxuriate in wild opulence, before they will be taken serious.
Nasarawa State University as a training institution that has the responsibility of moulding most of the future human resources of the state, should not be made to go into another punctuated academic session, an unnecessary distraction. The once progressive and exemplary ivory tower has become a subject of ridicule in public place due to the labour crisis that bedevilled it in recent times.
Interactions with some of the staff did not only suggest that the University will be crippled again if the half-salary is implemented in the institution, a good number of the lecturers is already seeking an alternative place to pitch their tent.
The goal now should be that all stakeholders, government especially, must do all that they can to avoid anything that will bring another problem to the institution. It is important now more than ever to restore and improve the image of the institution.
As normal activities resume this Monday after the Sallah holiday, there should be no further disruption to the University's calendar. The new found stability should be allowed to remain and not even hafsa should truncate it.
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10 Funny Pictures Every NSUK Student Would Remember During the Last ASUU Strike

Nasarawa State University went on Strike for over three months. Below are some moments that only students of NSUK can relate to


1. When you heard ASUU had gone on Strike.

This is not good




2. How you feel when you are working during the strike. 

Hustling things yoh!




3. When state government tell ASUU to call off before they get their "Alerts".

Hehehe!




4. You waiting for NSUK Guide's Update after a meeting.

God let it be goodnews o!!!




5. After two months, and they said the strike won't last for more than two weeks.

We are not getting any younger oo




6.  When you are tired of telling your neighbors that your school is on strike.

For the 105th time 'we are on Strike'



7. When you hear "strike continues until we see Alert".

God Why ?



8. When your parents turn you to the official "House Help".

ASUU! ASUU!! ASUU!!! How many times did i call you ?




9. You rushing to buy airtime to subscribe you phone, when NSUK Guide say "More Details Later".

I no go miss anything



10. When you hear that strike has been suspended.

Yehaa! Finally 


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Local Govt. Workers back out of ongoing labour strike in Nasarawa State.




Local Govt. Workers back out of ongoing labour strike in Nasarawa State.

By Simon Markus Yila |9.7.2016|

The Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Nasarawa state chapter has asked all it members to resume work immediately after the Sallah Break.

In a press release on NBS Radio Staion Lafia/Keffi, by the State President of NULGE Comrade Abdullahi Abubakar, he annouced that all local govt workers are to return to work after Sallah break and await further instructions.

He further stated that the decision is coming after considering the economic situation of the country. 'we were meant to understand that because of the economic melt down that have affected the country in general, no matter how much you press you can not get what you want'

The chairman added that a State Executive Council meeting will be held after which a communique will be communicated to various local government secretariats.
'As far as NULGE is concernned, they have back out of the strike' he added.

On Monday 4th July, 2016 the Organised Labour in Nasarawa State embarked on strike in protest of the 50% workers' salary reduction by the state Governor, Alhaji Umaru Tanko Al-Makura.

Source: NBS Radio Station Lafia/Keffi

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Resume Work Monday or Else, Gov. Al-Makura Tells Workers




Nasarawa: Resume Work Monday or Else, Gov. Al-Makura Tells Workers
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Gov. Umaru Tanko Al-Maakura has issued a warning to striking workers in the state, to either resume work on Monday 11th July, 2016, or face the consequences of their action.

The governor disclosed this during the launch of fertilizer distribution for this year planting season.

It would be recall that Organized Labour before embarking on industrial strike had in strong term condemned the decision, deprecating that workers salaries cannot be reduced in the face of fuel price hike, inflation and its multiplier effects on the cost of living.

Labour warned that if the state government fails to reverse its decision, the union will be left with no choice than to shut down the state completely.

“The present N18,900 minimum wage as it is currently being paid in the state was implemented in compliance with the National Minimum Wage Act. Therefore, nobody or group of persons has the right to reduce the salaries of workers by whatever percentage,” Adeka maintained.

However, the governor argued that the downward review was necessary considering the dwindling revenue allocations from the federation account.

Al-Makura also used the opportunity to enlighten the people, adding that workers in the state had since August 2011 till April 2016 been receiving triple of their normal salary.

“The government has given over N20bn to workers and now that the economic fortunes have changed government sees it necessary to review the salary without touching the minimum wage,” he stated.

The governor maintained that even the reviewed salary is double what the minimum wage prescribes or what is paid in other states, urging them to resume work by Monday or face the Consequences of their action, as the government is still paying them above what the law stated.

|Credit: TC| via NM

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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Education Ministry, Stakeholders agree on N2,500 as post-UTME Screening Fee



The Federal Ministry of Education and other stakeholders in the tertiary education sub-sector have agreed on N2,500 as the fee for post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening.

This is contained in a statement issued by Prof. Michael Faborode, the Secretary-General, Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (AVCNU) on Wednesday in Abuja.

Faborode said the agreement was reached after a deliberation of officials of the ministry, federal universities, polytechnics and colleges of education.

The secretary-general said while it was agreed that the post-UTME screening should be sustained following the scrapping of the Computer Based Test (CBT).

``From the statement made by the Permanent Secretary, Dr Folashade Yemi- Esan at the meeting, there is no objection to screening by universities as long as it is not another CBT.

``She agreed that universities should advertise and the maximum fee that should be charged for the screening should be N2,500 - bank charges inclusive.’’

According to the statement, the association will formally convey its stance to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.

NAN reports that Adamu’s recent announcement of the ban on post-UTME had raised a lot anxiety among stakeholders.

•NAN


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