Friday, 28 October 2016

NSUK GETS NEW DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLORS





The Senate Thursday October 27, 2016 at its 59th Regular meeting has approved Vice-Chancellor's nominations of two new Deputy Vice-Chancellors in the persons of Prof. Musa Inuwa Fodio, who until now is the Dean of the School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS) and a Professor of Accounting and Finance and was assigned the Academic portfolio while Dr. Mrs. Grace Rinret Ishaku Pennap, Director, School of Preliminary Studies and Associate Professor of Health Microbiology was elevated and assigned the Administration portfolio.

The VC made the surprised announcement as the Senate meeting draws to a close. He thanked the outgoing principal officers and praised them for their hard-work, cooperation and commitment in carrying out their briefs during what he termed "an eventful" two year period. The new appointments were consistent with his declared philosophy of rejuvenating his four year tenure after marking his midterm (Oct. 08, 2014 to Oct. 08, 2016) with a report that self assessed and chronicled the administration's performance. He congratulated the new appointees and charged them to be diligent and committed to the tasking challenges ahead.



Prof. M. I. Fodio
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) 
Prof. Fodio was born 57 years ago at Nasarawa town, Nasarawa State. He obtained Ph.D and M.Sc Accounting and Finance at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and B.Sc Accounting from the University of Jos. He was promoted Professor in 2015 and is richly published in national and international refereed journals.






Dr. Mrs. G. R. I. Pennap
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) 
Dr. Pennap herself was born 57 years ago at Langtang, Plateau State. The Associate Professor of Health Microbiology obtained her Ph.D Public Health (Microbiology), M.Sc Microbiology and B.Sc Zoology from the same prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. She also has numerous published scholarly journal papers in several local and international refereed journals.


The duo succeeded Dr. Sa'adatu Hassan Liman and Prof. Yakubu Boyi Ngwai who were until now Deputy Vice-Chancellors (Academic and Administration) respectively.


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SENATE MEETING UPDATE: SENATE OKAYS APPOINTMENTS OF TWO DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLORS, APPROVES CALENDAR FOR 2016 / 2017 ACADEMIC SESSION & APPROVES NEW CENTRES, INSTITUTE AS VC APPOINTS DIRECTORS.

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The Senate Thursday October 27, 2016 at its 59th Regular meeting has approved Vice-Chancellor's nominations of two new Deputy Vice-Chancellors in the persons of Prof. Musa Inuwa Fodio, who until now is the Dean of the School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS) and a Professor of Accounting and Finance and was assigned the Academic portfolio while Dr. Mrs. Grace Rinret Ishaku Pennap, Director, School of Preliminary Studies and Associate Professor of Health Microbiology was elevated and assigned the Administration portfolio.

The duo succeeded Dr. Sa'adatu Hassan Liman and Prof. Yakubu Boyi Ngwai who were until now Deputy Vice-Chancellors (Academic and Administration) respectively. The VC made the surprised announcement as the Senate meeting draws to a close.

In another development, the senate approved a new Calendar for the incoming 2016 / 2017 Academic Session. According to a post on the School's Official Faceboo Page, the Calendar shows that students will be expected to resume for the new Session on November 27, 2016 to close the First Semester by 31st March, 2017. They will then enjoy two weeks break and return for the Second Semester on April 18, 2017 after the Esther Break. The next Session is expected to end in July. See Calendar Here

Furthermore, On a proposal by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Muhammad A. Mainoma, Senate, at its 58th Regular Meeting, September 29, 2016, has approved the establishment of two new CENTRES and INSTITUTE. Exercising his powers, the Vice-Chancellor simultaneously announced appointment of Directors to run them. Centre for Gender Studies (CGS) will be hosted by the Faculty of Arts and has Prof. Zaynab Alkali as Director; Centre for Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development (CSARD) hosted by Faculty of Agriculture has Prof. F. A. Ajayi as Director while Solomon Lar Institute for Political Emancipation (SLIDE) hosted by Faculty of Social Sciences has Prof. Humphrey A. Asobie as Director, respectively.

While on the issue of the 2016/2017 Admission, it is expected that the list will be released before 27th November,2016.

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Thursday, 27 October 2016

NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI APPROVED 2016 / 2017 ACADEMIC SESSION'S CALENDAR

NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI APPROVED 2016 / 2017 ACADEMIC SESSION'S CALENDAR 
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The Senate of Nasarawa State University, Keffi at its 59th Regular Meeting held Thursday October 27, 2016, has approved a new Calendar for the incoming 2016 / 2017 Academic Session.

1st Semester

  • Resumption Of Students                - 27th November, 2016
  • Registration Begins                        - 28th November, 2016
  • Registration Ends                          - 9th December, 2016
  • Late Registration Begins                  - 12th December, 2016
  • End Of Late Registration                 - 16th December, 2016
  • End Of Year Break Begins                - 16th December, 2016
  • End Of Year Break Ends                  - 1st January, 2017
  • Resumption From End Of Year Break - 2nd January, 2017
  • 1st Semester Lectures Begins           - 2nd January, 2017
  • 1st Semester Lectures Ends             - 3rd March, 2017
  • Revision Week                              - 6th to 10th March, 2017
  • 1st Semester Exam Begins               - 13th March, 2017
  • 1st Semester Exam Ends                 - 31st March, 2017
  • 1st Semester Break Begins                - 31st March, 2017
  • 1st Semester Break Ends                  - 14th April, 2017

First Semester Breakdown (13 weeks)

2 weeks registration
9 weeks Lecture
2 weeks end of year break

1 week revision
3 weeks exam


2nd Semester

  • Return Of Students For 2nd Semester  - 18th April, 2017
  • 2nd Semester Lectures Begin              - 18th April, 2017
  • 2nd Semester Lectures End                 - 23rd June, 2017
  • Revision Week                                    - 26th June- 3rd July, 2017
  • 2nd Semester Exam Begins                 - 3rd July, 2017
  • 2nd Semester Exam Ends                   - 29th July, 2017

Second Semester Breakdown (13 weeks)

9 weeks Lectures,
1 week revision,
3 weeks exam

End Of Session

Signed:
Alh. Dalhatu O. Mamman FICEN
Registrar

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Wednesday, 26 October 2016

NSUK Set to Announce Resumption Date/2016/2017 Admission List .

NSUK Set to Announce Resumption Date, Admission List
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Baring any last minute changes in the draft proposal of the 2016/2017 Academic Session, Nasarawa State University, Keffi is set to begin a new session by November 20, 2016.

An insider source revealed that the proposed calendar will be ratified by the Senate at its regular meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday October 27, 2016.

The source also disclosed that the admission list will be ready before November 31, 2016, the deadline given by JAMB for all tertiary institutions to publish their admission list.

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Monday, 24 October 2016

Unprecedented: Iredia treats MACOSA finalists to lunch, rewards best project writers


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NSUK Guide/CampusWatch  /24-10-2016/

It was so unexpected and unprecedented as the Head of Department of Mass Communication, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Dr. Tonnie Iredia (OON) today at the Mass Comm Complex treated the graduating students of the Department to a sumptuous lunch in what he called "valedictory meeting" with the graduands.

The occasion also recognised effort of some students whose projects were adjudged the best by their respective supervisors, among whom is the former MACOSA President, Ofim Kelechi Ofim whose project topic is: New Media as a Tool for Political Mobilisation: Case of Sahara Reporters Coverage of 2015 Presidential Election in Nigeria.

Other winners are Valentine Chinonso Nwezeani and Chinelo Madubuonu Pandora (Dr. Iredia's group) Winner Danjuma (Mr. Anthony Ogande's group), Abu Regina (Dr. K. S. Akpede's group), Celina Abraham (Dr. T. M. Akase's group), Bala Sabiratu (Mal. M. S. Rabiu's group) while the winner from Professor Liman's group has not been announced. Ofim emerged from Dr. Anthony Igyuve's group.


Each of the winners were given one copy of Dr. Iredia's latest publication, Broadcast News Reporting: Expanding News Gathering Strategies for Television News.

The Class Governor of the graduating set Valentine Chinonso Nwezeani, who spoke onbehalf of his colleagues, thanked the Department particularly the HOD for setting a standard worthy of emulation.

Most of the students expressed shock at the gesture of Dr. Iredia, whom they consider as being "too disciplined" and uncompromising, saying the courtesy is really gladdening.

One of the students, Patrick Ogbu, expressed himself this way: "this is the first time I'm being given food after my lecture since my 100 level", he said jokingly.

A female student also added another humour and said: "Iredia must be up to something, this is unlike him".
The HOD has always frowned at the culture of graduating students sending themselves forth, for which he said "those left behind should be the ones to organise send-forth dinner for you".
"The right thing should be for others to celebrate you, not you celebrating yourself", he insisted. This move may just be the beginning of that process in the Department.

Dr. Iredia, a former Director General of both the Nigerian Television Authority(NTA) and National Orientation Agency (NOA), became the HOD of Mass Communication in NSUK in 2015, where he has tremendously transformed the once docile department making it one of the most lucrative programmes in the institution.


He was in charge when the Department was granted full accreditation by the National Universities Commission (NUC) scoring a whooping 84%.
Under Iredia, the Department began post-graduate programmes for the first time since its inception in 2005.
He has also overseen its complete turnaround with the handing over of the former Oceanic Bank building to the Department, which the Vice Chancellor, Professor Muhammad Mainoma, graciously gave the Department when it was transferred to the Faculty of Social Sciences from Arts in 2015.

Iredia's leadership has also made the management of the University to employ new lecturers for the Department while more are still on their way as the Msc and PhD students set to begin lectures soon.

As he has always remarked, his mission is to make NSUK known through Mass Communication.
It is glaring that his dreams of transforming the Department is bearing fruits and with the new approach he has adopted in the Department, students will begin to understand the motive behind Dr. Iredia's leadership approach.



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Sunday, 23 October 2016

THINGS YOU MUST NOT FORGET TO TAKE TO NYSC CAMP

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20 THINGS YOU MUST NOT FORGET TO TAKE TO NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP


So Today's post is concerning things you just cant live without in camp.

PHOTOCOPIES OF YOUR DOCUMENTS: just make up to 10-12 copies of every document required . There would be photocopiers in camp at maami market but trust me , it is double the price and it saves time. Statement of Result (Original and Photocopies) , School ID Card (Original and Photocopies)

COPIES OF PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPHS: This is very important . from experience i would say you make up to 30. Reason being that you would need them at every registration point mostly. Then those of you who would likely redeploy , you would need more than others . It is always advisable to have extra copies of them too.

CALL UP LETTER: This is a vital part of camp and the only evidence that you are a corper (otondo) and you are not impersonating anyone. so if at all you even forget you luggage (lol) never forget this. Word of advice —-keep it like its your life, do not laminate it o. i know someone who was sent back because she forgot hers. and also someone who had to beg and beg before his letter was collected because he laminated his own copy. So please o avoid all these stress and make enough copies of this letter like 15 .

STATIONERY :BIRO , PAPER , GLUE , TIPPEX AND STAPLER: Yeah this saves time and lots of unnecessary begging. also do not forget to include pins in your stapler.Stationeries for NYSC corpers

ROUND-NECKED WHITE T-SHIRTS: this is an essential outfit in camp in fact in most camps this is the only allowed cloth to be worn throughout your 3 weeks . Even to church , you might not be allowed to wear colored cloths. You would be given 2 pairs of white t-shirts at camp to just fulfill all righteousness which surely would never be your size especially our very slim and small otondo in size . So you can bring extra pairs (3) . Word of advice: do not carry more than 2 pairs of colored clothes because you wont need it .

WHITE SHORTS: i beg you please do bring yours , you would also be given 2 pairs of shorts which are really poor in material . they tear easily and are thick . it can be annoying. so my dear otondos bring like 4 pairs of shorts . Trust me also you wont like to wash everyday ,so bring enough to last you like 3 days so that you wont be stranded.

PLAIN WHITE SNEAKERS/TENNIS SHOES: This is a very important outfit. you would also be given a pair of low quality tennis shoes customized for nysc. Its either you are not given your size . After the first wash it starts tearing . So just buy yours. They also sell this in camp , so in case you are not able to get you could buy in camp just carry extra cash for that because the price would be higher cos they know you have no choice than to buy.NYSC plain white sneeker

WHITE SOCKS: Just get extra pairs . you would also be given 2 pairs.

A PAIR OF SLIPPERS

DETTOL: This is very very essential . firstly the bathrooms can be very annoying and dirty and you would not like to have infection from camp. Bad idea. Also the water can be dirty.Most people always have reaction to it.

MOSQUITO NET: you would do not want to fall sick in camp from malaria. Just bring yours. Also bring ropes you would use to tie it o. i also used mine as a room to protect my box and properties from thieves and also from some insects and ants.

OTHERS: Towel , bed sheets Pillow Cases and A Pillow . you could also get pillow from mammy market.

NOVEL: For those who get bored easily , please carry some . And for guys psp or chess. also iPod and mp3.

CASH: Extremely important. you would need between 15000 – 20000 for the extravagant spenders and for those that can manage say 10000-15000. There are lots of things that take up money . Things like food(for those who don’t intend eating camp food) , recharge cards, charging of phones , pleasures e.t.c
NOTE 
You wont be allowed to leave camp o. So do not be stranded , trust me not a good idea.Just budget 1000 per day . You could carry your ATM incase. 

ALMIGHTY WAIST POUCH/BAG: Very very essential . This served as my bank and locker for important items. Things like phones, money , id card , keys , ATM cards e.t.c I even know someone who sleeps with hers on because of people on the loose to steal . NYSC Waist Pouch for Otondo Corpers

TORCHLIGHT OR RECHARGEABLE LAMPS: Most or in fact all camps do not give light except at a specific time of the day . Its very essential . especially at night when you need to use the bathroom , early in the morning when preparing for morning drills and meditations. at night in case you need to do anything . At mammy , there is always light till they close . You can charge them there at a little fee.

BASIC DRUGS: Like panadol or paracetamol , allergy medicine, menstrual pain drug, nausea relief drugs , antibiotics e.t.c . The camp clinic is always inadequately filled with drugs so help yourself.

PADLOCKS: Please lock your boxes and bags to avoid regrets and crying o . i know people who lost things to thieves due to carelessness

Toiletries/Sanitary Pad.

Bucket, soap dish (buy at the camp site, don’t stress yourself taking one to the place, they always sell in the camp).

PLATE , BOWL AND CUP: For eating . Important for those who intend on eating camp food. 


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WHAT EVERY YOUTH CORPER SHOULD KNOW BEFORE LEAVING FOR NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP

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The service year comprises of four (4) main segments in which every Corps Member must satisfactorily participate before he/she is qualified to be issued a certificate of National Service.

They are;

Orientation Courses.
Primary Assignment.
Community Development Service.
Winding - Up / Passing - Out.

The service year starts with the Orientation Course which is seen by many as the most important and enjoyable part of being a corper.

The orientation course lasts for three (3) weeks with so many activities lined-up for the benefit of the new corps members (Otondos). It opens with a swearing-in / opening ceremony presided over by the executive Governor of various States or the FCT Minister, for those posted to the capital city, Abuja. The oath of Allegiance and the National Pledge are administered by the Chief Judge of the State / FCT.

The orientation course content involves physical training, drills, lectures on the people and tradition of the host State, professional lectures for Corps health personnels, lawyers, teachers and Skill acquisition training e.t.c. Corps members participate in social activities designed to create opportunities for them to interact. They participate in dance and drama competitions, Miss NYSC and Mr Macho.

They also participate in inter platoon competitions on football, volleyball, table tennis, cooking and sanitation. Corps members are also trained on Man ‘O’ War activities leading to competitions on inter platoon drills and tug of war.

These activities culminates with the Place of Primary Assignment (PPA) posting for corps members at the end of the three weeks, with of course your first taste of "allowie" payment currently N19,800.00 only. This is when you can graduate from being an "Otondo" to "Ajuwaya".


Quick Tips and Advice For Youth Corpers Before Leaving For Orientation Camp:

Below is an itemized 20 quick tips to enjoying your NYSC service year;

There are washer men and women available at your disposal for mostly the Aje-butter children and those who do not want to stress themselves. Registration stops 12 midnight preceding swearing –in day.

Never forget to wear your cap.

You would be given your meal ticket. Never misplace it. 

Adjustment of clothes: You definitely have to adjust your khaki given, no one escapes this. Make sure you do this on time and also make sure you follow those tailors up if not you would be given flimsy excuses. Ensure you negotiate price for adjustment very well. They think you have money to waste.

You would meet different types of human beings the crazy, spoilt, razz, dirty, complicated, stupid,… holy, party, drunk, beautiful, ugly, different tribes etc. Be open-minded and smile at someone. New friends! The truth of the matter is, you shouldn’t go through camp alone.

Read your call up letter thoroughly both back and front.

Just have enough t-shirts and shorts to wear throughout the week because some camps, the activities are time consuming leaving little or no time for you during the week till weekend.

You will be fed three times a day in camp, but the food is barely edible. The kitchen is run by incredibly hard working women who are assisted by fellow otondos from different platoons assigned to the kitchen for each meal.

If you are someone who loves to eat good food, or you don’t want to have the mammy feel, no problem just come loaded to camp with provisions. Like cereals and beverages, garri, biscuits etc. You should also hold extra cash to eat at the Mammy market, you will get good food there and won’t spend much to eat well, and the price however depends on the state to which you have been posted.

There are places available where you can charge your batteries at the camp market.

Always fetch water down for the next morning. You can be shocked that water supply might finish before it gets to your turn and that’s the end for you. As for drinking water you either bought pure water or bottled water; there was no free drinking water whatsoever.

Ladies try not to go with heavy or synthetic hair to avoid excess heat and time to care for it. You could advisable make short hair to avoid heat and save time, I did a short hair which lasted me three weeks, braids is also advisable, don’t do lace wig or even fringe.


Pocket Money: The question is “How much money do you really need for the NYSC Orientation Course, you will be paid a N1,500 allowance once you arrive the NYSC camp and also another one (first ALLAWI) after some days on camp. if you intend to drink and hang out at the Mami market, then you can take more money depending on how much you can finish, be wise though!

Just be prepared to wait in line for EVERYTHING.

The bathrooms and toilets are nothing to write home about. It is always dirty and terrible in fact if not careful disease could be contacted. Well some ladies don’t know about guys, had buckets for the sole purpose of relieving themselves with what I can call ‘pit bucket’.

Do not dare the soldiers, some can be ruthless and you know they have authority to deal with you in name of discipline.

Always switch your phones off or put them on silent while on parade ground. Just don’t bring it out, it could be seized and destroyed not minding if it’s a blackberry z10.

The accommodation was something else. Rooms were jam-packed with little or no space to pass and walk freely. I had up to 60 roommates if not more. It was always stuffy, dirty and ventilation was poor.

There are fellowships for Christians and Muslims. The 3 recognized associations are NCCF (NIGERIAN CHRISTAIN CORPERS FELLOWHIP), NACC (ANGLICAN) and MCAN (MUSLIM CORPERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA). But there were others like Redeemed, Winners, catholic, Christ embassy and deeper life. So you could make your choice. Also they have morning devotions and weekly service.

Overall, the NYSC camp was fun and I met a lot of people and I can say it was worth it was well worth it. It is an experience every Nigerian should have. It was the best 3 weeks of my life.

I will be here waiting to see you again with your comments and experiences on camp.
Till then wishing you a successful NYSC YEAR. May you all go and come in peace and not in pieces.

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Saturday, 22 October 2016

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

ATTENTION 2016 BATCH B PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS


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ATTENTION 2016 BATCH B PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS

This is to inform all part-time graduates from nigeria Corps Producing Institutions that their Institutions have uploaded their names on the NYSC Portal. They are to visit www.nysc.org.ng effectivee from Monday 17th October, 2016 to register and print their Exclusion Letters.

However, all 2016 Batch B Prospective Corps Members who had earlier seen their names on the NYSC Portal, but can no longer see it, should not panic, it means their schools are still uploading because of approval given to them to upload additional records. Once the upload is completed, you will be able to check your names on the NYSC portal.

In addition, Prospective corps Members are to note that passport photograph size requirement to be uploaded during the on-line registration must be 2x2 with off-white background colour. Note that if the background does not conform to the standard, you will not be able to complete your on-line registration.

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NSUK Senate Meeting, Calender not part of its Agenda


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NSUK Senate Meeting, Calender not part of its Agenda.
By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion)

Amidst high expectations from students on when the next academic session will commence, the Senate of Nasarawa State University, Keffi today 13th October, 2016 held an emergency meeting to discuss issues affecting the University.

One of the pressing issue is the Calender for the next Academic Session. But according to an inside source, the main reason behind the emergency meeting was a pressing need regarding to the University's Diploma Programme.

He expressed that ''the issue of  'academic calender' was not part of the meeting, the main agenda was on the university's Diploma Programme''.

However, before this emergency meeting, the next senate meeting is scheduled to hold on the 27th October, 2016. With the outcome of today's meeting, it therefore means that all expectations on resumption will now be focused on the next meeting which is on 27th of this month.
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Saturday, 8 October 2016

Nasarawa State University, Keffi 2016/2017 Postgraduate Screening/Pre-Qualifying Test.

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi 2016/2017 Postgraduate Screening/Pre-Qualifying Test.

This is to inform all applicants and the general public that dates for First Screening/Pre-Qualifying Postgraduate Examination for the Nasarawa State University, Keffi school Postgraduate Studies has been slated as follows:

22/10/2016:
Faculties of Administration,
Law,
Arts and
Agriculture.

29/10/2016:
Faculties of Social Sciences,
Natural & Applied Sciences,
Education, and
Institute of Governance & Development Studies.



Applicants are required to come with the following items:
1. Original Credentials
2. Writing Materials
3. Application Receipt
Get a print out (confirmation order) and payment teller which must be presented alongside other requirements stated in 1 – 3 above.

Non-refundable Screening/Examination Fee of N5,000.00k(Five Thousand Naira Only) payable in any branch of the following banks: Diamond Bank, Ecobank, UBA, First Bank, FCMB, Keystone Bank, Unity Bank, Skye Bank, and Zenith Bank through e-tranzact payment platform (transaction charges of N300.00k (Three Hundred Naira only will be required)). Applicant should pay with their Applicant ID.

NB:     
– Examination will commence at 9:00AM Prompt
– Applicants are to converge at their various Faculties for the Examination.
– Faculty of Agriculture: Lafia Campus, Shabu, Lafia.



Thank you.


Zhebu M. Oliver

Secretary, SPGS
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NSUK IGDS HOLDS 1st Guest Lecture Series

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NSUK IGDS HOLDS 1st Guest Lecture Series
The Institute of Governance and Development Studies, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, has organized its 1st Guest Lecture Series on the topic: "Security Paradigms & Consequences for Nigeria" which was delivered by the former Director General, Directorate of Security Services (DSS), FRN, Col. Dr. Kayode Are Rtd. The Vice-Chancellor, under whose Office the Institute is resident, in his contribution as Host and Chaiman of the Lecture Series, underscored the critical importance of security. He said all hands must be on deck to ensure that the country's security apparatus must be made to function optimally if the dangers being faced from multiple sources such as ISIS, Boko Haram, Cyber crimes etc must be contained.
He argued that national security must translate into human security, analyzed the crucial role of leadership and made a case on the need to harness synergy among stakeholders. He further emphasized funding and harmonization of development efforts through the proper management of Security Votes. On this score, he lamented the apparent abuse of this (SV) arrangement, pointing out that with the benefit of hindsight and experience, records show that most leaders use security votes as their "political reward" rather than using it for the purposes it was earmarked for. He therefore appealed for responsible and judicious application of such funds.
The Guest Lecturer lecture talked about proper enforcement of security laws, arguing further that where found that they were inadequate, robust ones should be legislated to deal with new and emerging threats. He also dwelled on the need for effective leadership and underlined the critical role stakeholders must play because security issues are collective responsibility of all. Lastly, he emphasized the place of funding - financing the modus of operations of the various security institutions such as the police, armed forces, state security services and other paramilitary agencies of government.
Participants were unanimous on the need for a wholistic overhaul of the nation's security system vis-a-vis the role various paradigm shifts can play in minimizing or averting looming consequences for Nigeria if current trends are allowed to continue unabated.
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Tuesday, 4 October 2016

To All NSUK Postgraduate Applicants of Nasarawa State University Keffi.


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To All NSUK Postgraduate Applicants of Nasarawa State University Keffi.

Having completed the online registration, it is expected that the school managment will invite you for a qualifying test.

Please be informed that the school is still aware of this and are still making all necessary arrangments for that.

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Before then, make sure you do all the needful, ensure everything about your academic transcript is done and submitted back to the Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

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Nasararwa State University, Keffi 2016/17 Admission List/Resumption date.


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I chose to say nothing about this until now.
So many people posted here that admission list will be released on the 3rd of october, it has come and gone, nothing happened. Am sure if i had condemn it, many of you would have crucified me.

For the applicants, i want you to know that when the list is ready, it will be released. There is no saying, specifically the day the list will be released, but one sure thing i can tell you is that you should expect it within this month. So just be calm and wait patiently. Theres no amount of your agitation that will make it come sooner, so you just have to wait till the time is right for the school managment to release the list.

Note that people will do anything to get attention on social media, some will make posts just for the fun of seeing how many comments follow. So beware.

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On Resumption Date.

The University Senate Meeting held last week failed to produce calendar for the 2016/2017 session.

However there are indications which suggests that the timeline(Calender) for the coming session will be tabled on the next Senate Meeting scheduled to take place on the 27th of October, 2016. Therefore, until then, there is no saying when school will resume in specifics.

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