Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Senate Orders NCC to Suspend Data Hike.



Senate Orders NCC to Suspend Data Hike.
By Simon , Markus Yila 

The Nigerian Senate has asked the Nigeria Communication Commission, NCC, to immediately halt the proposed Internet data tariff hike.

The new data tariff regime is billed to commence Thursday, December 1, after the NCC had communicated the telecommunications companies and asked the big operators, namely MTN, Glo, Etisalat and Airtel, to hike data price.
The proposal has seen Nigerians protest the hike on social media, expressing fears the government planned to limit citizens’ access to Internet.

But on Wednesday, the Senate, following a motion under matter of urgent importance by Bala N’ Allah, the Senate Deputy Leader, condemned the planned data tariff hike, and asked the NCC to halt the increase immediately..


Furthermore, the senate president Bukola Saraki explained why data tariff hike was rejected by the House.
In series of tweets on his verified Twitter handle on Wednesday, November 30, Saraki explained that he and the other senators believed that the internet gave the people a voice and should therefore not be tampered with.

Source: Premium Times


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Monday, 28 November 2016

NSUK Redesigns Portal: Introduces Online Payment of School Fees.

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NSUK Redesigns Portal: Introduces Online Payment of School Fees. Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motion) The Information and Technology Centre of the Nasarawa State University Keffi has redesigned its website to enable students pay their school fees and other school charges online as against it initial bank payment mode. The University has a large number of students who pay all the university fees through cash deposits to the university‟s accounts in specific bank branches. These methods of paying fees have not been efficient enough especially during periods of tests and examinations when most of the students are paying fees to meet the requirements for entering examination rooms. The process of paying fees is characterized by long queues, too much waiting by students and congestion at banks where payments are made. This has always resulted in students missing to sit for their tests and/or examinations while they are queuing to make payments The portal which is at its completion stage is aimed at easing the stress students undergo while struggling to pay their school charges. This development will go a long way to make the portal user friendly and also catch up with technological revolutions across the nation. Students who wish, can pay the school fees online using any of the following: Mastercard, Visa Card and Verve Card. When we inquired about how secure this new development is, a staff at the school I.T Centre assured that the system is highly secured. 'This is just like every other online payment that you know. It the same with the way most of our students shop online from the comfort of their homes without even knowing or having personal contact with their clients, whereas in this case, the I.T centre has been re-positioned to effectively attend to all students in case the need arise'. 'The I.T centre in its entirety, both in manpower and infrastructure is been restructured to serve the students better'. He added Louis, a 200 level students expressed his satisfaction with this development. 'This is really one of the greatest development coming out of the I.T center, at least we can now pay our fees at the comfort of our homes without having to go and queue under the sun for days at the bank'. he said. However, the former mode of payment is still available for students who may still prefer to pay their fees at their local Bank Branches across the nation.

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NSUK GUIDE TV: Alh. M. J. Zakari Speaking on Resumption and School Fess PART TWO

As Promised, watch the premier of NSUK Guide TV with our Guest as he speaks on trending issues on Nasarawa state university, keffi. Exclusive to NSUK Guide TV

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The first episode of NSUK Guide TV with the Deputy Registrar and Head, Information and Protocol Unit, Nasarawa State University, Keffi. Alhaji Jameel Zakari.

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NSUK GUIDE TV: Alh. M. J. Zakari Speaking on 2016-17 Admission List PART ONE

As Promised, watch the premier of NSUK Guide TV with our Guest as he speaks on trending issues on Nasarawa state university, keffi. Exclusive to NSUK Guide TV

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The first episode of NSUK Guide TV with the Deputy Registrar and Head, Information and Protocol Unit, Nasarawa State University, Keffi. Alhaji Jameel Zakari.

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Enjoy us this Exclusive Interview as the information Officer talks extensively on when the 2016/2017 Undergraduate Admission List will be released.

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Saturday, 26 November 2016

NSUK COMMENCE SALE OF 2016/2017 BS.C PART-TIME DEGREE ADMISSION FORMS




The Nasarawa State University, Keffi is set to Commence the sale of BS.C PART-TIME DEGREE ADMISSIONS FORM FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION.

The six or five year programmes (for JAMB or DE Candidates) are in Accounting, Business Administration and Public Administration, respectively.

Details of the mode of registration will be brought to you soon .




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Friday, 25 November 2016

Nasarawa State University Keffi Postgraduate Admission List for 2016/2017 is Out. Download NOW!



Nasarawa State University, Keffi School of  Postgraduate Studies has Released its First List of Successfully Admitted Candidates for the  2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION.

As we earlier promised, you can now download the admission list here...

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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Senate Comfirms January Resumption, school fees increament yet to be finalised.




Senate Comfirms January Resumption, school fees increament yet to be finalised.

By Simon, Markus Yila

The Senate of Nasarawa State University, Keffi  have confirmed the change in resumption date earlier scheduled for 27th November, 2016.

Following this new development, all students are required to resume school on 2nd January, 2017.

The information and protocol officer of the institution Alh. Jameel Zakari confirmed this. ''Resumption has been comfirmed for January'', he said.

Also speaking on the issue of increament of school fees for the new intakes, the information officer revealed that the management of the institution are still making consultation before it is effected.

On the issue of registration and admission list, it is expected that further instructions will be communicated in due time.
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Music Alert: Download - Bayani by Esdee

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After a while off,esdee whose real name is muhammed sani a student of guidance and counseling (counselling psychology) in Nasarawa State University, keffi decides to make a comeback with this dope tune

"BAYANI" 

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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Nasarawa State University, Keffi Resumption Shifts to 2nd January, 20% increase in school fees for new intakes



Nasarawa State University Regular Senate Meeting holds tomorrow, 24 November, 2016.

NAN: school fees may increase by 20% for new intakes

Resumption shifts to 2 January,  2017

By Ofim, Kelechi Ofim and Simon , Markus Yila

There are indications that far reaching decisions concerning “school fees and resumption” maybe taken tomorrow as Senate hold regular meeting.

As the University is set to resume on the 27th of November, 2016, the Senate, “responsible for decisions and policies on academic activities in the University” will have to discuss the direction of academic activities for the session.

The awaited admission list is suspected to be top on the agenda, as the list will have to be ratified by members before release.

A reliable source confirmed that resumption date and issues about school fees is also on the agenda.

News Agency of Nigeria,  NAN is already reporting a 20% tuition increase for new students.

Here is the full NAN story:
 

The Vice chancellor of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Prof. Mohammed Mainoma, says the institution has proposed a 20 per cent hike in students’ tuition fees.

Mainoma disclosed this on Wednesday when members of the Correspondents Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Nasarawa State Council, visited him.

However, he said the proposal made by the management was still subject to approval by the governing council of the university and the State Government.

He explained that the increment had become necessary due to the shortfalls in the subventions from the state government and dwindling sources of funding.

According to him, the monthly allocation from the state government stood at N129m, while the institution’s salary wage bill is N229m, leaving the management to augment with N100m monthly from other sources.

He said when approved, the tuition increment would only affect new intakes for the 2016/2017 academic session.

The vice chancellor also announced that the school would resume on January 2, 2017, as against the earlier date of November 27.

He explained that the reason for the postponement of the resumption date was to enable the university Senate to meet and approve the results of students from the last examination.

Mainoma also assured parents and students that the management was working hard to provide hostel accommodation for students because of the exorbitant rent charged by landlords outside the campus.

(NAN)



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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

ASUU: No Plans To Commence a One Month Warning Strike.



ASUU: No Plans To Commence a One Month Warning Strike.

By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion)

The Academic Staff Union of Universities have no plans to embark on a One Month Warning Strike. The general public is hereby advised to ignore an online report claiming that the ASUU have resolved to Commence a One Month Warning Strike after the one week strike they embarked upon last week. 

A phone call with the ASUU Zonal Coordinator, North Central and Former ASUU chairman Nasarawa State University, chapter Dr. Theophilus Lagi confirmed that there is no such thing on the agenda of the ASUU. "I am just hearing this from you" he added.

Lagi advised students and the general public to ignore this online report as it is not on any national dailies, neither is it on any renown and reputable media station. 

Here is a copy of the online report:

"The Academic Staff Union of Universities has directed its members nationwide to commence a one-month additional warning effect strike to commence from Wednesday, November 23 to protest the non-implementation of its 2009 agreement with the Federal Government.
According to ASUU, the strike action will be “total and comprehensive”, adding that while it lasted, there would be no teaching, examinations and attendance of meetings in any of its branches.
The union said it would be going on strike over part payment of salaries, non-payment of subventions and the inability of the Federal Government to provide funds for the revitalisation of public varsities, among other reasons.
The union also accused government of allegedly turning the establishment of universities into constituency projects to score a political point.
The National President of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, while unfolding the plans for the protest, at a press conference after its emergency National Executive Council meeting in Abuja, on Monday, said several efforts to get the government to respect the terms of their agreement had been unsuccessful.
Ogunyemi said, “Our members across the nation are worried that six months after the meeting with the minister of education and a series of letters to amplify the need to respect the spirit and letters of the 2009 agreement and the 2013 Memorandum of Understanding, there has been no tangible results of the issues raised.
“This failure puts ASUU leadership in a severe difficulty responding to enquiries from members of the union about the state of affairs in our engagement with the Federal Government. Following a nationwide consultation with our members, the NEC of ASUU rose from its meeting on Sunday, November 20 with a resolution to ;embark on a one- week warning strike starting from Wednesday November 23 2016.
“The nationwide strike action is total and comprehensive. While it lasts, there shall be no teaching, no examination and no attendance of statutory."


Now ask your self this. Does the story relate with the recent activities of the ASUU? The report says the government have not responded to them for over 6 months, while they had a meeting just yesterday.

The article also did not even say anything about the one week warning strike, and moreover no NEC meeting was held yesterday, because they were meeting with the government. 

Furthermore, notice that the article says they had a NEC meeting on Sunday and resolved to embark on a one week warning strike on Wednesday 23?

So, Is it one week or one month? And when was it? Was it on Sunday that the NEC meeting was held or Monday.

Please don't just read, Relate to what you are reading.


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Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) SCHOOL FEES FOR ALL

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The Nasarawa State University, Keffi Tuition along with other fees have been broken down in this post for both fresh and returning students.
Note that this is based on the charges from previous years, therefore since the university had shown no plans to increase its school fees, we expect the break down below to be the expected school fees for the 2016 /2017 Academic Session. If there is any changes, we will notify you via this platform.
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100 LEVEL UTME

Indigenes
Arts/humanities N28,100
Sciences N30,100


Non Indigenes
Arts/humanities N36,250
Sciences N38,750


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200 LEVEL DE (New Intake) 
Indigenes
Arts/humanities N29,100
SciencesN31,100


Non Indigenes
Arts/humanities N37,250
Sciences N39,750

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RETURNING STUDENTS

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200, 300 and 400 LEVEL
Indigenes
Arts/humanities N22,200
Sciences N24,200


Non Indigenes
Arts/humanities N28,800
Sciences N31,300

Faculty of Arts, Administration, Social Sciences,  Law, Agriculture and Education are all under Arts and Humanities.

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Please note that in addition to total fees above, you are required to pay additional ePayment transaction charge of N300.0 and internet charge of N4000.
New students are also to note that they will also be required to pay for acceptance fee as I explained in my previous post on REGISTRATION & SCREENING PROCESS. (Browse through the blog to read about it if you haven't).


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Monday, 21 November 2016

ASUU STRIKE: Possible Resolution in Sight.




ASUU STRIKE: Possible Resolution in Sight.
By Simon, Markus Yila

The second meeting between the Senate and the Academic Staff Union of Universities ended with a possible solution in sight on Monday night.

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Tertiary Education and TETFund, Senator Jibrin Barau, who spoke to newsmen  after the meeting, said the meeting, which lasted for about eight hours, was able to resolve all the issues raised by the lecturers except one bothering on payment of arrears.

He said, “… We have deliberated and, thanks to God, we have resolved all the issues; we have agreed on all issues except one. We have adjourned to make consultations.

“Every section (stakeholder) in this meeting will go back to their base or constituency and report what transpired (at the meeting) and at a later date reconvene to trash out the remaining issue. We have resolved all the issues but it remains one.”

When asked what the last issue was, he replied, “It is about he earned allowances that need to be paid to the university lecturers. The government, due to paucity of fund, proposed a certain amount of money but ASUU thought otherwise; that the money was quite inadequate. The union said it was going back to its members, make consultations and get back to us. We do hope they will come back with good news.”

When asked when the next meeting with ASUU would hold, he said, “It will be after due consultations. We will report back to you. We will tell you when the next meeting would hold.

Recall that ASUU, on Wednesday, 16th November 2016, embarked on a one-week national warning strike due to Federal Government's failure to honour the 2009 agreement and the 2013 memorandum of understanding it entered with the union. However, efforts are still been made to reach the Union and hear from them on the outcome of the today's meeting.

Source: Punch Nigeria


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NSUK Set for New Session, as Admission List is Expected .




NSUK Set for New Session, as Admission List is Expected

By Ofim, Kelechi Ofim

All is now set for the commencement of the 2016/2017 Academic Session for students of Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

An earlier release from the Information and Protocol Unit of the University, says the new session will start on 27 November, 2016.

According to the document, students' early registration will begin from 28 November and close on the 9th of December, 2016, while late registration will end on 16 December, 2016 when end of year break will commence.

First Semester lectures will however begin on the 2nd of January, 2 017.

Meanwhile, admission list for new set of students is still being awaited.

Inquiries indicate that the list will be out by the end of this month or early December.

It is expected that continuing students will start the process of registration before the new students to avoid congestion at payment points.

Checks at the Information and Protocol Unit show that the process of registration will take similar format as in the past.

According to the head of the unit, and Deputy Registrar, Alhaji Jameel Zakari, “payment process remains the same”

He adds that the  platform for payment is being fine-tuned to help in speeding up the e-process.


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Friday, 18 November 2016

NSUK Pride With Ofim, Kelechi Ofim ... Coming Soon on NSUK Guide!!!

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NSUK Pride is a section on NSUK Guide that celebrates graduates of Nasarawa State University, Keffi who are doing the institution proud in different areas of human endeavour. 

Ofim, Kelechi Ofim will from time to time bring you success stories of NSUK Alumni who have gone ahead to establish themselves as forces to reckon with in politics, academics, business, public service and other sectors across Nigeria and around the world. 

Since its establishment in 2001, NSUK has produced men and women who are today, captains of industries, politicians, academics top civil servants, businessmen, etc. 

The University has also grown in itself, setting paces and breaking records despite being a young institution; from the administration of the pioneer Vice Chancellor and seasoned educationist, Professor Adamu Baike through Professor Shamshudeen Amali to the inspiring transformationalist, Professor Muhammad Mainoma, NSUK has etched its name indelibly among the best ivory towers in Nigeria. 

Today, NSUK is standing head to head with the so called first generation universities. It is home to sound and world class lecturers, bright and exceptional students, expanding and conducive environment for academic excellence, research and community service. 

It is time we celebrated this great citadel and her products. 

Join me as I present to you NSUK Pride! 


Our success, our story! 

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Thursday, 17 November 2016

ASUU Strike: Senate Intervenes, meets with ASUU. - Sets up a sub-committee.





ASUU Strike: Senate Intervenes, meets with ASUU.
- Sets up a sub-committee.
By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion) 17 November, 2016

The Senate has intervened in the crisis between the Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Chairman, Senate on Tertiary Education and Tetfund, Senator Jubril Barau made this known while speaking to newsmen after a closed door meeting with leadership of ASUU, Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwuka and other stakeholders in Abuja on Wednesday.

“After the deliberation, we set up a sub-committee that will meet with the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Budget and Planning to resolve the issues,” Barau said.

Barau, who is the chairman of the sub-committee, is confident that the parties involved had found a way forward, and assured Nigerians that they are determined to resolve issues at stake.

Minister of State for Education, Prof. Tony Anwuka commended the initiative which is hoped to finding a lasting solution to the crisis.

Also, Sen. Mao Ohuabunwa, acting Chairman, Senate Committee on Labour said they had resolved to “nip the issue in the bud”.

“With the attention of the minister of finance and that of budget and planning, by Monday next week, we should resolve amicably and the warning strike will come to an end,” Ohuabunwa said.

On his part, ASUU President, Biodun Ogunyemi, thanked the Senate for intervening in the matter, but the ongoing one week national warning strike is yet to be suspended.

Recall that ASUU, earlier on Wednesday, embarked on a one-week national warning strike.


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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

NSUK Joins Nationwide Strike: Vows to shutdown varsity if government fails to honour agreement.



NSUK Joins Nationwide Strike: Vows to shutdown varsity if government fails to honour agreement.

By Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motionn Simon) |November 16, 2016|

Nasarawa state university has joined the ongoing national warning strike.

The chapter Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universites, Dr K'tso Ngargbu disclosed this yesterday while addressing news men after their congress meeting.

The chairman said this action was necessitated by  Federal Government's failure to honour the 2009 agreement and the 2013 memorandum of understanding it entered with the union.

ASUU has also vowed to shutdown all public universities if, after the warning strike, government fails to do something about the agreement and the MoU.

Also Speaking with NSUK Guide/CampusWatch reporter on a telephone conversation this evening, the ASUU Zonal Cordinator, North Central and Former ASUU chairman Nasarawa State University, chapter, Dr Theophilus Lagi comfirmed the stand of the union stating that the one week warning strike is no longer news as it is already in effect.

In another development, the senate, however, has extended an invitation to the leadership of the union while calling for a temporary suspension of the planned strike action.

The National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, has vowed that the body will embark on its warning strike billed to commence today despite the intervention of the Senate.

“They have invited us for a meeting tomorrow (today) and we are going to meet with them. It is only after the meeting that we will call our own meeting and take a position.

“So, for now, the action will commence as planned. When we get to the Senate, we will address the issue. That is the position for now,” Ogunyemi said.

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Simon, Markus Yila is a 400 level student of the department of Mass Communication, Nasarawa state university keffi and the Editor of NSUK Guide/CampusWatch.


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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

ASUU STRIKE LOOMS: BEGINS WITH WARNING STRIKE WEDNESDAY




ASUU STRIKE LOOMS: BEGINS WITH WARNING STRIKE WEDNESDAY
By Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motion)

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, is set to embark on a one week warning strike over failure by the Federal Government to implement the 2009 Agreement and 2013 MoU.

This was disclosed by ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi during a press conference Organised by the Union at the University of Abuja on Monday, 14th November, 2016.

Mr. Ogunyemi said following a nationwide consultation with members, the National Executive Council, NEC, of ASUU resolved to embark on a one week warning strike from Wednesday November 16, 2016.

“Many aspects of the 2013 MoU and the 2009 agreement with the Federal Government have either been unimplemented or despairingly handled.

“The agreements are: Payments of staff entitlements since December 2015, funding of universities for revitalisation, pension, TSA and university autonomy and renegotiation of 2009 Agreement.

The one week warning strike is just an attempt to get the attention of the Federal Government, if it fails, the ASUU will then result to a total and indefinite strike.

In a recent development, the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Nasarawa State University Chapter will hold an emergency congress tomorrow 15 November, 2016.

The congress scheduled to take place by 10 in the morning, is not unconnected with the circular from the National Office of the Union directing members to proceed on a nationwide one week warning strike from Wednesday 16 November, 2016.

It is expected that NSUK Chapter of the Union will join their colleagues on the industrial action. An ASUU source disclosed that the issues at stake are not different from the usual problem.

"It's always about funding, allowances. It is government’s inability to respect agreements ", the source insisted.
Trust NSUK Guide to bring you details of the outcome of the meeting.


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Saturday, 12 November 2016

No Plan to Increase NSUK School Fees



No Plan to Increase NSUK School Fees

°Students with fake school fees receipts, exam offenders, others receive punishment
°Admission list out November ending

By Ofim, Kelechi Ofim

The rumour about possible increase in the school fees of Nasarawa State University has been described as “false and unfounded”.

A Registry staff reliably confirmed that there is no plan to hike the fees as no proposal in that regard has been made or even contemplated by Management.

“As far as I know, no such plan is being considered”, he assured.

Another source in the Vice Chancellor's office also corroborated this, insisting that the rumour is not true and urged students to disregard it.

The source warned students not to believe some of the rumours being spread, as those who carry them are mostly none students, lurking around Angwa Lambu and High Court, with the intent to cause chaos within the School environment.

“Half of those staying in Angwa Lambu and High Court are not students.

“But they will rent apartments, even attend lectures and pretend to be students.

“Their duty is to fabricated stories like this in order to incite the students.

“If you are gullible you buy into their scheme”, he said.

“To be clear, Management of Nasarawa State University has no intention of raising the school fees and any rumour to that effect is not true”, he stressed.

Meanwhile, investigation has revealed that many students may have received the heavy hammer of the University Senate for violating some of the school's rules and regulations.

It was discovered that some students who are in the habit of not paying school fees by conniving with some criminal elements to print fake receipts have been fished out and have received Senate reprimand.

Others who have also been axed are those who engaged in exam malpractice and other anti-social activities within Campus.

The punishment for the offenders is said to range from suspension, rustication to expulsion.

The names of the culprits will be published and made available to public institutions to serve as deterrent to others.

“We need to let the students know that they cannot get away with some of their behaviours in this school ”, he concluded.

On the highly expected admission list, Management is said to be on course to meet the end of November deadline stipulated by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, the source stated.

Admission seekers and all stakeholders are therefore advised to exercise patience and disregard the rumour making rounds that the list is out already.

“When the list is ready it will be published on the appropriate channels and everyone concerned will be aware of it”, he assured.
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STEPS FOR 2016/17 UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION AND SCREENING PROCESS FOR FRESHERS.




STEPS FOR 2016/17 UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION AND SCREENING PROCESS FOR FRESHERS.

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Please note that the admission list is not yet out, it is expected to be released before school resumes on 27th.

It is on this regards that we decided to provide you with a detailed step-by-step information to guide and prepare you on all the things you need to know about Registration and Screening process. (This is based on last year's registration process).

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1. Data Capture.
This is the first step, it involves creating your student's profile on the school site. At this point you will be required to verify your Admission and fill in the necessary details about yourself and your educational background as may be required. 
(Pls come with photocopies of all your credentials)
2. Payment for Acceptance Fee.
After Data Capture, we will print out an Applicant summary form and your Payment Invoice for Acceptance fee. Last year it was N5,300.00k, then go to the Admin block to get a customised payment bank deposit slip and proceed to any of the following Banks : Diamond, Ecobank, UBA, Keystone, Skye, Unity, FCMB, Zenith, First Bank, Ask to pay through e-transact Platform.

After payment of the acceptance fee is made, you will be given a print out alongside a copy of your payment teller (Just like they did during your Post UTME Registration). Please, keep this safe because you will be required to use them to get access & print out your Screening form and Admission Letter.

Return to us at the cyber cafe to print out your Admission letter and Screening form. 
Note: You can not get access to your Screening form and Admission Letter without first paying the acceptance fee and you can't pay the acceptance fee without doing your data capture.

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3. Result Verification
Proceed to the Academic Office with the screening form and your credentials for certificate verification. Note that here you will be required to buy WAEC/NECO/NABTEB result checking scratch cards, depending on which result you are using and if you are using two results, you will buy two cards.

After that, proceed to your Faculty/Department with the following alongside your Admission Letter and Screening Form: 
a. UTME/DE Slip 
b. Original Copies of all credentials and Indigene Certificate
c. Ten (10) recent Passport-sized photographs

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3. Paying School Fees. 
After you have been cleared, come back to us at Cyber Cafe again to Print a copy of the Payment Invoice and take it to any branch of the designated bank listed above. 
The payment invoice is the only valid document that can tell you how much your school fee is. (The payment invoice contains a breakdown of all charges you are to pay for, which sums up to your school fees and without it, the banks will not attend to you).

Note: 
You will be required to pay additional fee of: 
1. Portal Access and Internet Charges = 4,000 
2. Transaction Charges = 300

Note: 
Make sure you are properly screened at the Academic Office, the Administrative Block, Faculty & Department before proceeding to the bank to Pay your School Fees, in that order. 
(At your various departments, you will be given a Departmental Handbook that would contain all the courses you are to take for every semester and other relevant information). Hold extra cash because you may be ask to pay for departmental handbooks, faculty journals and some other charges during the screening (This charges varies from dept to dept).

Upon successful payment of your school fees at the bank, you will be given a payment slip which contains a confirmation number (Same as during your Post UTME Registration and Acceptance fee).

Return to us at the Cyber Cafe to comfirm and verify your payment on the school site. After that you are to print the following documents:

1. School Fees Receipt
2. Students Information Form 
3. Course Registration Form (Use the departmental Handbook Issued to you to identify courses required for your 1st semester)
4. Exam Card

Note: You can not get access to these documents without first paying the school fees.

NB: Please, make sure you are properly screened before paying school fees as there will be no refund after payment has been made. 
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After you have been succesfull cleared and you have paid you school fees, you can now proceed to do the following:

1. Hostel Accomodation
Proceed to the hostel Admin (Boy to the boys hostel and Girls to the girls hostel) with your school fees payment reciept we will issue to you after verifying your payment at the cafe. You will be asked to pay an amount at the bank and bring back the teller to the Hostel Admin. Make sure they write down your name, after some days, they will release the hostel placement list at the hostel notice board.

2. Student Medicals
Proceed to the school clinic also with your school fee payment receipt to open an account with the clinic. During my time we paid N1000 at the bank for that. With this you are eligible to free health care service.

3. For the N4000 internet charge you paid, All categories of students are expected to proceed to IT Centre to obtain Log in details, with which they will access the Internet for the entire session free of charge using WIFI connection.

In Summary, 1st you do your data capture, then pay your acceptance fee to get ur screening form and Admission Letter, Get screened and Cleared, Pay your fees and print out all 4 documents and you are ready, it seems like a piece of cake right? But i bet you that would probably be an experience that you will hardly forget. And don't expect to achieve all these in a day, its hardly possible. 
Once again, this is just a guide to prepare you all on what to expect when the admission list is released.

In case you are wondering where our Cyber Cafe is located, we are within the school premises, at the faculty of Arts. You can always reach us through the number provided for all your online registration procedures and continuous guidance.

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Application for the Post of Registrar, Bursar And University Librarian



Appointment of Registrar, Bursar And University Librarian
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Registrar, Bursar and University Librarian of Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
THE INSTITUTION
The Nasarawa State University, Keffi was established under Nasarawa State Law No. 2 of 2001 as passed by the State House of Assembly to encourage the advancement of learning located in Keffi town, the University caters for both full time and part time students. The University today has seven faculties, 54 academic programmes, a Postgraduate School, Institutes, Centres and Schools. The University is run under three campuses, main campus in Keffi, Pyanku Campus and Shabu-Lafia Campus.
THE POSITIONS
Registrar
The Registrar is a Principal Officer and as the Chief Administrative Officer of the University, is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day administrative work of the University except as regards financial matters which fall within the purview of the Bursar. The Registrar is also the Secretary to Council, Senate, Congregation and Convocation of the University.
Bursar
The Bursar is a Principal Officer and as the Chief Financial Officer of the University, is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day administration and control of the financial affairs of the University.
University Librarian
The University Librarian, a Principal Officer of the University, shall be responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the good management of the University Library and other library services in the University.
THE CANDIDATES
For the vacant posts, the University seeks candidates with vision, proven academic distinction, managerial ability, integrity and transparency in private and public life. The right candidate should also have ability to develop linkages with the external communities to support the emerging needs of the University, command respect and engender cooperation and loyalty of staff and students of the University.
He/She must fully understand the complexity of a University system and must be able to utilize its human resources to attain a word class University system; must enjoy good physical and mental health; must be computer literate/ICT compliant and not older than 60years as at 1st March, 2017.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Registrar
Candidates must possess a good honours degree. Higher qualification will be an added advantage with at least fifteen (15) years of post qualification administrative or professional experience, with a minimum of ten years at the senior management level and not below the rank of Deputy Registrar.
Bursar
Candidates must possess a good honours degree in Accountancy or related discipline as well as professionally recognized Accountancy qualifications e.g. ACMA, ACA, CPA, ACA, CNA, Possession of higher degree will be an advantage. The candidate should have at least (15) years of post graduation experience and (10) years after professional qualification(s). In addition, the candidate must have at least ten (10) years relevant experience in a senior management position preferably in a University or comparable institution and not below the rank of Deputy Bursar.
University Librarian
Candidates for the post of the University Librarian must possess a good honours degree with a minimum of second class, Masters and PhD in Library Science, Library and Information Science or related field, from a recognized University. The Candidate must demonstrate academic excellence in quality publications, teaching and research, and credible community service. He/she must be computer literate and show evidence of considerable scholarship and understanding of the application of new technologies to library operations and services. The person must have at least 15years post-qualification experience in reputable University Library, comparable institutions or research institutions. Be a registered member of Librarian’s Registration Council of Nigerian (LRCN).
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Candidates should apply with 30 copies of their detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) providing information on the following:
Full Name
Place and Date of Birth
iii. Nationality

Marital Status
Number and Ages of Children
Permanent Home Address
vii. Degrees (including Dates/Class and Institutions) and/or any other qualification and distinctions. (Photocopies of certificates to be attached)

viii. Statement of Experience including full details of former and present posts.
Vision for the University in the next five years with particular reference to the Registry, Bursar or University Librarian as it applies (not more that 500 words).
Other activities outside current employment.
Proposed date of availability for duties, if appointed.



SALARY AND CONDITION OF SERVICE

The remuneration and other conditions of service are as applicable to the post of a Registrar/Bursar/University Librarian of all Nigerian Federal Universities and as may be determined from time to time by the Nasarawa State Government/Governing Council as appropriate.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
All applications are to be submitted under CONFIDENTIAL cover with the envelope marked POST OF REGISTRAR, NSUK or POST OF BURSAR NSUK and addressed to the Vice-Chancellor, Nasarawa State University, Keffi to reach him not later than six (6) weeks from (the date of this) publication.
Signed
Alh. Dalhatu O. Mamman, FICEN
Registrar

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Friday, 11 November 2016

Admission List: Nsuk Release 2016/2017 Diploma Admission List.


Admission List: Nsuk Release 2016/2017 Diploma Admission List.

The long awaited Nasarawa State University, Keffi 2016/2017 Diploma Admission list is out. Aspirants are to kindly advised to go to pyanku campus to check their admission status.
So far this is the 1st list to be released.

School Fees Payment Schedule.


Diploma Registration begins on 28-11-2016.

SCHOOL FEE
INDIGENE ART=25,800
INDIGENE SCIENCE=30,800
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NON INDIGENE ART=36,300
NON INDIGENE SCIENCE=41,300.


Details on registration procedures coming soon.

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NSUK Bans Risky Celebration After Graduation, Defacing of School Structures




NSUK Bans Risky Celebration After Graduation, Defacing of School Structures-

•Defaulters to be rusticated for one academic session

|By Ofim Kelechi Ofim|

Any graduating student who engages in wild jubilation after final exam will face one year rustication, Nasarawa State University management has warned.

Similarly, any act of defacing school buildings with posters will attract same consequence. These were contained in two separate memos both dated 21 October, 2016 and signed by John D. Efuna on behalf of the Registrar.

It read: “It has become the habit of some students of Nasarawa State University to celebrate their graduation in a risky manner.

“Worried by this ugly situation, Senate at its 58th Regular Meeting held on 29th September, 2016 prescribed one academic session rustication of any graduating student who celebrates his or her graduation in a risky manner”, the memo said.

On the other hand, “any student who engages in printing and wall posting of students’ campaign posters and other prints” will attract the same punishment.

The memos which were addressed to “all students” and copied to the Vice Chancellor, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & Administration), Deans, Head of Departments, Chief Security Officer (CSO), Information and Protocol Officer and to be placed on all notice boards, instructed “the CSO and other Officers of the University” to enforce the decision of the Senate.

Recall that a graduating Geography student lost his life while celebrating his graduation in September, 2016.

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