Sunday, 30 April 2017

GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS : AGAIN NSUK SHINES AT THE JUST CONCLUDED NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY THEATRE ART FESTIVAL

Just months after claiming victory at the last Calabar Carnival. The department of Thaetre and cultural studies of the Nasarawa State University has made the University proud again at the just concluded  NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY THEATRE ART FESTIVAL (NUTAF).The festival which is annual event took place in University of Benin, Edo State from Tuesday 24th to Friday 28th April 2017 was filled with exciting moments and thrilled with different performances from several university department of Theatre & Cultural Arts. Some of the performances included
1. Creative dances
2. Play presentations
3. Drums ensemble
4. Monologue and so many more

Creative Dancers


 Miriam Kigbu 400 Level Monologue artist in her attire

Drummers in their colorful attires

The department of Theatre and Cultural Studies, Nasarawa State University which have always been on top of the game and known for what they know how to do best came best in almost all of the performances.

These categories include:
1.Drum ensemble
2. Creative Dance
3. Best playwright and
4. Best creative director

While in poetry they came second place.
The president of the Department Mr. James Ochayi 
with certificates of the awards giving
NSUK students who recieved various awards with President of BOT
Prof. ES Dandaura
It is no doubt that this department has continue to showcase what they are really made to the fullest. Therefore  let us celebrate the Theatre Arts Department for their wonderful works in representing the school, we say kudos to all the thespian who are making us proud and we also calling on the school management continue to help and support the Department through sponsorship to such programmes.
Mr. Michael popularly known as C.J the lighting man
Nsuk students having a selfie after the awards night

Mr. Flourish the camera man who captured the actions
Cross section of some invited guest of the awards night



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Saturday, 29 April 2017

Schedule For the Disbursement of Nasarawa State Scholarship Fund.



ANNOUNCEMENT FROM NASARAWA STATE SCHOLARSHIP BOARD.        

This is to announce to the Nasarawa State indigene students in various higher Institutions of leaning who had applied for and attended the 2015 BURSARY SCREENING EXERCISE, that His Excellency, Governor Umaru Tanko Almakura has approved the disbursement of bursary to the students. The disbursements shall be in batches A, B and C.
The beneficiaries of BATCH A and the period for disbursements are as follows:

KEFFI ZONE
200 level students of all Departments, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
All students of Nasarawa State School of Health, Keffi
National Diploma II students, Federal polytechnic, Nasarawa.
DATE: 2ND to 4th May 2017   VENUE: Nasarawa State University’s Assembly Hall. TIME:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm Daily

AKWANGA ZONE
NCE III students of schools of Arts and vocational/technical education College of Education, Akwanga
DATE: 5th and 6th May 2017   VENUE: Akwanga Local Govt. chamber’s Hall.  TIME:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm Daily

LAFIA ZONE
All NDII students of Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia
All NDII AND HNDII students of College of Agriculture, Lafia
DATE: 8th to 10th May 2017  
VENUE: Nasarawa State polytechnic  
TIME:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm Daily

The announcement for batches B and C shall be made in due course.

Students are enjoined to present the following original documents for conformation.
1. Admission Letter
2. Local Government Indigene certificate
3. Last payment School fee receipt

For more enquiries call:
08119421220
08133554360
09028315879

Signed
Sulaiman Abdulwahab Sulaiman
Executive Secretary,
Nasarawa State Scholarship Board
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Friday, 28 April 2017

HOW TO ANSWER 180 JAMB QUESTIONS WITHIN TWO HOURS.



HOW TO ANSWER 180 JAMB QUESTIONS WITHIN TWO HOURS

By @Alieyou_Abokie
|28/04/2017|

Please read the information below because if you're not informed you'll be deformed. Thank you!

JAMB QUESTIONS=180
TIME=2hrs

This is to notify all jamb candidates that you need to use 40secs on each question during your jamb exam.

You can use this format below:

ENGLISH=60 Questions=40 mins
2nd Subject=40 Questions=27 mins
3rd Subject=40 Questions=27 mins
4th Subject=40 Questions=26 mins
TOTAL of 120 mins=2 hrs
Please this is a suggestion meant 2 help others.

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Jamb 2017/18 New Mock Test Exam Center, Date and Time Schedule


JAMB 2017/18 New Mock Test Exam Center, Date And Time Schedule.
@Alieyou_Abokie✌ |27/04/2017|

The Joint Admission Matriculation Board [JAMB] has began dispatching the new exam center, date and time for the 2017/18 UTME Mock Test scheduled to begin on April 29th, 2017 to various students via Mail and Text Messages.
Many students who received text from JAMB Confirmed this information, though they were told to check their JAMB Profile or Mail to view or download their Mock Test Schedule.

Below is a sample text message our student received concerning the MOCK Test:

Please check your JAMB profile email address for your e-Registration slip which contains the name of your Examination Centre and time for the Mock test scheduled to hold on Saturday 29th April, 2017. Thank you.

STEPS TO PRINT OUT THE NEW 2017 MOCK EXAM SLIP VIA JAMB PROFILE:
Visit the JAMB E-faclity Portal via the link http://www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility/Login
Login with your email address and password used in creation of profile
Once Logged in Click on the red box that says 'Print Mock Slip'
Download and Print Out Your slip. The new date will be reflected
You can also Check Your Mock Exam Center Online Free Of Charge.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CANDIDATES SITTING FOR THE 2017 JAMB MOCK TEST

1. Remember To Bring a copy of this Slip and a Biro to the Examination Centre and Submit the Slip to the Invigilator.
2. You are advised to keep a copy of this Slip for reference purposes.
3. Your Bio-metric (Thumbprints) Verification is COMPULSORY at the Examination Centre.
4. If you miss your Schedule, you forfeit the right to sit for the Examination.
5. BAGS, MOBILE PHONES, CALCULATORS AND OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE EXAMINATION CENTRE.
There is no Make UP Test for those who will miss the Mock Exam.

Visit our Cyber Cafe at The Faculty of Arts close to the Lecture Theatre inside the Faculty to print out yours.

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Thursday, 27 April 2017

Break Down of PostGraduates School Fees


I have some many prospective candidates calling to make series of inquiries on the postgraduate programme of Nasarawa State University, Keffi. Most of which are interested to know the duration of available programmes and most importantly the tuition fee for the programme. 
It is in his regards that i have put together a Break Down of Pos tGraduates School Fees from the Secretariat of the School of Postgraduate Studies here at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi.


DOWNLOAD Break Down of PostGraduates School Fees HERE



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Be your own brand. By ONCHONO EMMANUEL

Line credit: Igba Jonah Matthew.
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Scriptwriter: Onchono Franco Emmanuel
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Title: Be your own brand.
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Excerpt: Life is a difficult exam most people fail because they want to copy others not realising we all have different question papers
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Life is an examination every dead beings have written, the living beings are writing and the yet to be born beings will write.

Some of the dead beings failed, some of the living beings are failing and some of those yet to be born may fail. Why? Because while we all are in this examination hall(world) some are busy copying from others forgetting that we all have different questions to answer.

Wetin go happen if you stay real and true to yourself? You dey try to be like another person wey you no know whether he/she dey okay with his/her life. What's so special about  other peoples life that you wanna be their photocopy/number 2? You crave and craze to become like others when you don't even know their life challenges and struggles towards perfection and better living.

You can never be another person except you wanna be the number 2 and number 2 doesn't come before number 1 that's to say you wanna settle for less. Who told you that you're inferior or of a lower standard? Who told you that you cannot be a figure for emulation? Who told you that you cannot succeed unless you become like another fellow?

Come outta the void and live your life to the fullest for you're uniquely, wonderfully, beautifully and fearfully made.

_____________________________
I am but just a country boy.
Linx aka Talented
...undisputed!
onchonoemmanuel@gmail.com
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CONVOCATION: PROCEDURE FOR PAYMENT AND COLLECTION OF BOOK OF PROCEEDINGS AND ACADEMIC GOWNS (POSTGRADUATE/UNDERGRADUATE)


NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
OFFICE OF THE BURSAR
Internal Memo

FROM: Bursar                                            TO: Graduates                               DATE: 24th April, 2017

Subject: PROCEDURE FOR PAYMENT AND COLLECTION OF BOOK OF PROCEEDINGS AND ACADEMIC GOWNS (POSTGRADUATE/UNDERGRADUATE)

Visit; www.remita.net (Brought to you by TEAM NSUKGuide)

Select Pay a Remita Customer/Biller, then on the “Who do you want to pay Column, type NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY Please, do not select NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY (NEEDS ASSESSMENT PROJECT). `

On the Service Name, for Postgraduate:
Select "Purchase of Postgraduate Book of Proceedings" Amount = N10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira only). “Renting of Postgraduate Academic Gown" Amount = N5,000.00K (Five Thousand Naira only).

For Undergraduate
Select "Purchase of Undergraduate Book of Proceedings" Amount = N5,000.00 (Five Thousand Naira). Select "Renting of Undergraduate Academic Gown". Amount = N2,500.00 (Two Thousand, Five Hundred Naira only)
Note; Transaction charges will apply. (Brought to you by TEAM NSUKGuide)

Fill other necessary details as required. Please use a valid mail address as receipt of Payment will be sent via the email. Alternatively, you can download the invoice and pay in any bank branch nationwide or you can pay directly online using any of the ATM Card (Visa, MasterCard, Verve)

On Successful Payment;
For Postgraduate; take your receipt to the School of Postgraduate Studies for collection of item(s) you paid for.
For Undergraduate: take your receipt to your Faculty for collection of item(s) You Paid for.
NB: Ensure thatyour Remita Receipt is Endorsed at the Faculty/Postgraduate School before you collect the item(s) you paid for. (Brought to you by TEAM NSUKGuide)

Mr. Michael S. Waki, FCNA

Bursar

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NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP PREPARATION: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE LEAVING FOR CAMP


NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP PREPARATION
Alright! You have been mobilised. Yes! Congrats. So, here are some things you need to know before zoming of to camp.

MIND PREPARATION
You need to prepare your mind that you are leaving home for a regimented life in the camp. Life in the camp is deliberately made stressful so as to prepare you for any challenge that may confront you outside the camp. You will not find it too comfortable, it' s a camp and not your house! Just be ready for anything....

ITEMS YOU WILL NEED 

a. Statement of Result
b. School ID Card
c. Green card
d. Call-Up Letter (DO NOT laminate it please)
e. Passport photographs ( 10 pieces is Ok) NB: Get 5 photocopies each of items A,B, C,and D above along with originals...

Items For your Convenience
a. Get Two, three, four or five white T-shirts and shorts, bcos You will be given two sets in d camp, but may not be enough for you in 3 weeks. 
b. Two or three pairs of socks and a white rubber tennis shoes or canvass.
c. Bathroom slippers and Dettol
d. A plastic bucket (You can buy it in the camp) and a permanent marker.
e. Sponge and its case, bath-soap and detergent f. Bedsheet, towel and two pairs of casual wear, (and a mosquito net if you feel like) Just have d casual wears for Sundays and Fridays.
g. Waist bag (very very important for housing your phones, ID Cards, Handkerchief, biros, etc)
h. Small-sized Torchlight/ Rechargeable lamp (small one please)
i. Cooler (not a party cooler please) cup and spoon. Fork is not allowed
j. Ladies could add any other few conveniences. I believe you understand me ...
k. Money! Money ! Money ! Hold good cash depending on how you spend...


GO EARLY!
Even if the camp is on your street, go early. If you are posted to a far state, go the day before the camp opens. They will allow you in. Going late will make you go through registration stress!!!

SCREENING
It starts at the gate. They don't want u to bring in prohibited items like iron, knife, heater, fork etc.

REGISTRATION
The first one is for hostel/ bed space. Then the paper registrations proper. Make everything ready.
Look out for information pasted on walls. Follow instructions strictly...

YOUR KITS
During the registration, you will get your kits - shirts, shorts, etc. Use the marker to write your State Code Number on them. You will be given a meal ticket. Misplace it and forget about NYSC food ...

DURATION
You will be in the camp for 20 full days. The 21st day is the day you will leave camp... THERE YOU GO!
Immediately you have your kits, only your T-shirt and shorts with the tennis shoe are allowed on you. No room for casual wears. Parade/ marching training starts immediately. The soldiers will not give you breathing space at all. You will have the first one that same Day One...

YOUR MORNINGS
A small trumpet wakes you at 4:00am. Everybody gathers at the Parade Ground at 5:00am. You have your praise, worship and prayer the Christian and Muslim ways. Till the day breaks finally, breakfast follows! After eating, you will be called out again for the series of programmes lined up for you. Then you have your lunch. Rest a little and you are out again for evening parade. Then later your dinner.
This will repeat itself everyday perhaps except on Sunday...

SOLDIERS
Hmmm, Obey them pls. They can punish you. No walking, its all jogging when they call u. Dont prostrate or kneel down greeting a soldier. Do it the soldier way. They could be friendly anyway. Be wise!!!

ALLOWEEE
Your first allowance will be given to you in the camp cash. All other ones will be through the bank.
You will get Bicycle Allowance.(This is usually for transportation to your Place of Primary Assignment (PPA))

PHOTOGRAPHY 
Photographers are ready to snap you every minute.
Manage your cash...

NOW, YOU ARE ABOUT GOING OUT OF THE CAMP YOUR POSTING
You will be posted from the camp to where you will work. The place you work in is called your Place of Primary Assignment (PPA). Hear this: most Corpers, I mean about 90% of the Corpers will be posted to schools (especially primary and secondary schools). Only VERY FEW will be posted to the universities, polytechnics,colleges, ministries and paralstatals. Please! Don't lobby for your posting. Don't pay ANYBODY for assistance. Pray rather than pay...

Receive the shocking or expected posting as you receive your letters with joy. It's a clarion call to service; that's what we call it.... 

GOING OUT: TRANSPORTATION
When you get your Posting Letter, the first place to go to is your PPA.
Please, when you leave the camp, 'home-sweet-home' will be on your mind, having been used up in the camp, but please, don't go home straight. Please! Very few of your employers (i.e. PPAs) will send down vehicles to convey you from the camp to their work places.. Commercial transporters will likely be available at the gate too...

ACCOMMODATION
You don't know anybody in Gusau, Misau, Awka, Jalingo or Ekiti! Where will you sleep on the first day? The Muslim Corpers' Association of Nigeria (MCAN) and Nigerian Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF) will give you a TEMPORARY accommodation pending the time you will HAVE TO GET YOURS. You could be lucky if your employer gives you a room... Many of them don't give Corpers accommodation anyway. So be prepared to rent one at your cost. Your first 'allowee' which you received in the camp is already going down!!! REGISTRATIONS

This is why you don't have to go home straight. Your registration at the NYSC Office in the Local Govt you will be posted to, is important. Failure to complete it before going home is the beginning of a Corper's cup of tea. You may begin to have problems with your subsequent monthly allowances. Do all registrations first. Then you can take permission to go home...

You may Also Need to read this other Articles:

THINGS YOU MUST NOT FORGET TO TAKE TO NYSC CAMP

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

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

French Version of Runtown's' Mad Over You: Fou De Toi by Danny El



One of NSUK's Fast rising act is here again!
This unique talent just wowed his fans
 with the French Version of Runtown's' Mad Over You.
Yes! You heard me right French Version

Well here it is! Confirm it for yourself. Don't just be told.

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Tongue by ONCHONO EMMANUEL


By your words, people may be inspired or dissuaded. The tongue though, small and soft is as mighty and sharp as a double-edged sword. Its power equals that of a millstone and its knock/blows equals that of a sledgehammer and its effects sometimes last like scars.

Spoken words are broken words and when broken cannot be revised or ameliorated. The knowledge of all of the above should therefore, serve as a corrective measure if by chance or mistake, we've used our tongues off-target or askew.

Some words, sentence and statements may appeal to your conscience and reasoning but may cause some people headache and stomach troubles. Some may undergo psychological or emotional trauma for a simple or compound sentence you may construct and render to them.

We know not what other people know neither do we think what they think. We may not know it all in regards to peoples feelings and perceptions but a little check and balance of words, sentence and statements will do the trick.



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I am but just a country boy.
Linx aka Talented
...undisputed!
onchonoemmanuel@gmail.com
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Monday, 24 April 2017

SIGNATURE ALERT



Overcomer who is popularly known as Mr Folashade Because of his banger song Folashade is an Nsuk Student Mass Communication Precisely Have Recently been singed to SOFT TOUCH ENTERTAINMENT which is managed and controlled by the Remarkable Dj Kemz himself.


The video below actually shows the proof of the signing which took place at Kemz villa sometimes last week. expect much banger songs from the stables of Soft Touch Entertainment


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Sunday, 23 April 2017

NSUK GUIDE FACE OF THE WEEK Ep.5 : See The Contestants For The Week


Below Are The Contestants For The Week. You can vote by clicking on the circle in front of your favorites contestants name and click the vote bottom at them bottom of this post.
Remember its all about you. You decide who become the next Face of the Week. 
Name: Peter Mairabo Bassey
State: Nasarawa State
Faculty: Arts
Course: Theatre & Cultural Studies
Level: 100 
Ambition: Become a Great Thespian.
Hobbies: Dancing, Singing & Writing Poems


Name: Aliyah Ibrahim
State: Maiduguri
Faculty: Social Sciences
Course: Mass Communication (Diploma) 
Ambition: Becoming the Queen of unity Nigeria.
Hobbies: writing music and swimming

Name: Igbanongo Dooshima
State: Benue
Faculty: Administration
Course: Accounting
Level: 100
Ambition: Chartered Accountant
Hobbies: Sleeping reading and hanging out


VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE CONTESTANT

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Friday, 21 April 2017

EP ALBUM ALERT




GIMBA SHEKWOLO EMMANUEL of RUDEBOIZEMPIRE (unsigned) Well known as SHEKS aka THE PDF 'crona' has finally Announced the official date To the release of his Album.

The Act Took on his Facebook page to post and let known to the public that 'NOT ALONE' Mixtape is set to be out on 22nd June 2017.

Speaking on the sudden decision of the realise of the EP SHEKS said He has just discovered it is time to"let the cat out of the bag", this statement means its time for the Hidden to be Shown or make known'.

For Now everybody will begin to pounder why the EP is tittle "NOT ALONE", but the simple answer is without YOU their is no me, & The (you) is GOD & the people Behind my success (family, friends, fans & well wishers).

I Strongly need your Prayers,support, both Spiritually,Materially and Other wise to the Success of NOT ALONE MIX TAPE I promise you by the grace of God every Track on this project will impact Positively in your live,atleast a lesson or two will be learned .

For Promo,more info or support>>
Via WhatsApp or calls dial :08107127531 or follow on
IG@Iamsheks1,
tweeter@iam_Sheks
Facebook @Itz Sheks
#Thank you all......Love you all
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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

UNDILUTED LOVE



I don't have to promise you the whole world
Buy you beautiful roses, flowers or perfume
Don't have to buy you a diamond just to prove to you
That I love you
But here, I bring me to you
I bring you the truth

I don't have to buy you the most expensive dress
to serve you right
Don't have to send you cards every day and night
buy you an expensive car, take you to shop right
 to make you feel nice
But here, I bring me to you
I bring you the truth

Not gold, silver or bronze
Not edifice, mansion or precious stones
Not apple, iPhone or iTunes
But here, I bring me to you
I bring you the truth

I don't have to entice you with words
or appear to be perfect because i am not
I don't have to tell you about my  kingdom
or tell you about my parents
I don't have to prove to you
 I was never wrong in all I have done
You just have to love me in my weakness

I bring me to you
I bring you the TRUTH

#IamKing
#thefuturePresident











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SALES OF NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 2017/2018 LVT/SANDWICH FORMS



NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
Institute of Education/LVT/ SandWich Programme

ONLINE APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR 2017/18 APPLICATION
EXERCISE

This is to inform interested applicants into Nasarawa State University Keffi Institute of Education /LVT/Sandwich Programme about the commencement of sales of forms into various programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

Available Courses For the Programme include:

1. В. (Ed) Educational Management
2. В. (Ed) Guidance and Counselling
3. B. (Ed) Social Studies Education
4. В.А (Ed) English Education
5. B.Sc (Ed) Economics Education
6. B.Sc (Ed) Geography Education
7. В.А (Ed) Christian Religious Knowledge
8. В.А (Ed) Islamic Religious Knowledge
9. В.А (Ed) French Education
10. B.A (Ed) History Education
11. B.A (Ed) Arabic Education
12. B.Sc. (Ed) Integrated Science Education
13. B.Sc. (Ed) Biology Education
14. B.Sc. (Ed) Mathematics Education
15. B.Sc. (Ed) Physics Education
16. B.Sc. (Ed) Chemistry Education
17. B.Sc. (Ed) Accounting Education
18. B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education
19. B.Sc. (Ed) Special Education

Entry Requirements
Candidates require five (5) credit passes at O' Level including English and Mathematics. NCE, Diploma in Education in any recognize and accredited institutions of learning

Step 1.
Online Registration & Purchase of Application From.
The application form is available only online. This the first step of the application process. At this point you will be required to create a school account where we will fill in your necessary details as may be required.Biodata/Profile, Academic Qualifications, SSCE Details.

For online registration within the school premises, visit us at our business centre located at the faculty of Arts for all your online registration procedures and continuous guidance.
Please call us on 08036335647
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Step 2.
Payment
At the end of the online application, you can either pay directly online with any of the following ATM cards (Mastercard, Visa, Verve) or we will print out a remita payment invoice which you will take to the bank for payment. The application form is N5,300 only. While you  will be charged an online regitration fee of N1000.
Application forms can be purchased in the following banks:

Diamond,
Eco Bank,
First Bank,
FCMB,
Skye,
Keystone,
UBA,
Unity &
Zenith Banks.

The forms are available nationwide, but it is advisable to use the banks within the school premises. This is because they are most frequently used and are familiar with the process.
Please call us on 08036335647
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Step 3
After a successful Online application and payment, we will give a printout of your application summary and a payment receipt that contains your applicant ID.
Finally you be required to submit a copy of your application summary, payment receipt and all photocopies of our credentials in a big brown envelope to:

    “The Secretary, Institute of Education, Nasarawa State University P.M.B. 1022, Keffi, Nasarawa State”.

The envelope containing these items should have “LVT 2017 ADMISSION FORM” written at the top left hand corner.

Closing Date
All duly completed Admission Forms should be submitted not later than 30th June, 2017.

For online registration within the school premises, visit us at our business centre located at the faculty of Arts for all your online registration procedures and continuous guidance.
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Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Word Zone: LIFE


Isn't it scary knowing that anytime could be the last time you talk to someone?
Always keep that in mind and be good to the people on your way up the ladder, because you may need them on your way down. That's just the way it is...
Anytime could be the last time you talk to someone and that's why you need to treat people with respect as you would want them to treat you. You may be the last memory of some people and that's why you've gotta be a good one.
Remember, life is but a sojourn.
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I am but just a country boy.
Linx aka Talented
...undisputed!
onchonoemmanuel@gmail.com
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Friday, 14 April 2017

2017 JAMB UPDATE: NEW POST UTME SCREENING SYSTEM & UTME SUBJECT COMBINATION.



The new JAMB syllabus will be approved this year. Any aspirant reading JAMB past questions should stop and purchase JAMB's new brochure. It was also announced that each candidate will put a good passport photograph not black and white and thumb print before entering examination centres. It was also announced that result will be sent to each candidate 9 hours after exam via e-mail. Ensure to register with a correct e-mail during registration. 2017 JAMB registration will last for one month, starting from the 20th of March till the 19th of April. Direct entry registration begins shortly after.

Examination questions will vary per candidate.
Candidates who score above 250 will gain merit admission by JAMB into the institution of choice.
2017 JAMB CBT will last 3 years for candidates with a score of 200 and above

Scholarship may be awarded to candidates with a score of 280 and above in various institutions for a 4-year degree program.

Check the first comment on this post.

NEW POST UTME SCREENING SYSTEM.    


O Level Result:- 40%
Breakdown
A1-8%
B2-7%
B3-6%
C4-5%
C5-4%
C6-3%

Five A1-40%
Five B2-35%
Five B3-30%
Five C4-25%
Five C5-20%
Five C6-15%

UTME Scores-60%
180-189 = 10%
190-199 = 20%
200-209 = 30%
210-219 = 40%
220-229 = 50%
230 & Above = 60%

Important Notice :

This may be of interest and assistance to our children. All candidates seeking for admission into University through JAMB should take note that English Language is compulsory for all and is already an automatic part of the subject combinations:

2016/2017 Full List of JAMB Subject Combinations for All Courses:-

JAMB Subject Combinations for Sciences:

1. Medicine and Surgery:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

2. Agricultural Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

3. Computer Science:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Agric Science, Economics and Geography

4. Biochemistry:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

5. Biological Sciences:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics.

6. Physics:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.

7. Mathematics:
Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

8. Chemistry:
Use of English, Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

9. Nursing:
Use of English, Physics, Biology and Chemistry

10. Food, Science and Technology:
Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics / Physics and Agric Science

11. Pharmacy:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

12. Industrial Chemistry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics and any of Physics/Biology/Agricultural Science.

13. Fisheries:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and any other Science subject.

14. Geology:
Use of English and any three Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

15. Geography:
Use of English, Geography and any two of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Agricultural Science.

16. Surveying an Geoinformatics:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

17. Statistics:
Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics, chemistry, agricultural science and economics.

18. Building:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

19. Microbiology:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics.

20. Botany:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

21. Zoology:
Use of English, Biology and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

22. Pure and Applied Mathematics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Biology or Agric Science or Chemistry or Geography.

23. Agriculture:
English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and any one of Physics and Mathematics.

24. Agricultural Economics:
English Language, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and Mathematics.

25. Agric-Extension:
English, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

26. Agronomy:
English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

27. Animal Production and Science:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Physics/Mathematics.

28. Crop Production and Science:
English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and Mathematics or Physics.

29. Soil Science:
English, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

30. Veterinary Science:
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

31. Forestry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

32. Civil Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

33. Chemical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

34. Computer Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

35. Electrical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

36. Electronic Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

37. Marine Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

38. Mechanical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

39. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

40. Petroleum and Gas Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

41. Systems Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

42. Structural Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

43. Production and Industrial Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

44. Architecture:
English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of chemistry, geography, art , Biology and Economics.

45. Quantity Surveying:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

46. Urban and Regional Planning:
English, Mathematics, Geography and one of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

47. Estate Management:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject

48. Anatomy:
English, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry or Physics.

49. Dentistry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology and one Science subject.

50. Medical Laboratory Science:
English Language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

51. Medical Rehabilitation:
Use of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

52. Physiology:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

53. Physiotherapy:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

54. Radiography:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

55. Veterinary Medicine:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry


JAMB Subject Combinations for Social Sciences:
1. Accountancy:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject

2. Business Administration:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject

3. Public Administration:
Use of English, Government, Economics and any other subject

4. Banking and Finance:
Use of English, Mathematics, one Social Science subject and any other subject

5. Economics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.

6. Demography and Social Statistics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics/ Geography and any other subject.

7. Geography:
Use of English, Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects

8. Library Science:
Use of English and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects

9. Mass Communication:
Use of English and any three from Arts or Social Science subjects.

10. Sociology:
Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts subjects.

11. Political Science:
Use of English, Government or History plus two other Social Science/Arts subjects.

12. Philosophy:
Use of English, Government and any other two subjects

13. Psychology:
Use of English, Any three subjects from Arts or Social Science

14. Religious Studies:
Use of English Language, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

15. Social Works: Use of English Language, Mathematics, Economics/ Geography and any other subject

16. Sociology and Anthropology:
Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts Subjects

17. Industrial Relations:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant subject

18. Human Resources Management:
Use of English, Economics, Government and any other relevant subjects.

19. International Relations: Use of English, Economics, Literature- in English and Geography/Government / History.

20. Business Management:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

21. Cooperative and Rural Development:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other subject.

22. Tourism:
English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject.

23. Marketing:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant Subject.

24. Insurance:
English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.


JAMB Subject Combinations for Arts:
1. Arabic and Islamic Studies:
Use of English, Arabic and Two subjects from Arts and/or Social Sciences.

2. Christian Religious Studies:
Use of English, Two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

3. Fine and Applied Arts:
Use of English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

4. Theatre Arts:
Use of English, Lit. in English and two other relevant subjects.

5. Linguistics:
English, Two relevant Arts subjects and any other subject.

6. English and International Studies:
Use of English, Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.

7. French:
English, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

8. English Language:
Use of English, Lit.-in-English, one other Arts subject and another Arts or Social Science subject.

9. Hausa:
English, Hausa, Lit in English and any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.

10. History and International Studies:
Use of English, History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

11. Islamic Studies:
English, Islamic Religious Studies plus two other Arts subjects.

12. Igbo:
English, Igbo and two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

13. Mass Communication:
Use of English, Any three Arts and Social Science subjects.

14. Music:
Use of English, Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.

15. Philosophy:
Use of English, Any three subjects.

16. Religious Studies:
English, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

17. Yoruba:
Use of English, Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or
Social Sciences.

18. Anthropology:
Use of English, Any three of History, CRK/IRK,
Geography, Economics, Literature in English and French.

19. Criminology and Security Studies:
English, Economics, Government, and any one of the following: History, Geography, Literature in English,‎ French, IRK, Hausa.

20. Law:
English, Literature, Economics and any other Art Subject.

21. Civil Law:
English Language and Any three Arts or Social Science
subjects.

22. Islamic / Sharia Law:
Use of English Language and Any three Art or social science subjects including Arabic or Islamic studies.

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

NSUK 5th Combined Convocation Ceremony



NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI

       (Office of the Registrar)

5th Combined Convocation Ceremony

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Muhammad A. Mainoma On behalf of Council and Senate

Cordially invites the General Public to the 5th Combined Convocation Ceremony of Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

Programme of Events

i. Day I: Friday 5th, May 2017

* Investiture of a new Chancellor by 4pm

* Convocation Lecture on the topic: “Education and National Security”.
Speaker:  
Lt. Gen. (Rtd) Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau, Ph.D
Hon. Minister for Interior, Federal Ministry of Interior, Abuja.

Time:         4:00pm prompt



* Vice-Chancellor’s Cocktail at the Assembly Hall.

Time: 7:00pm prompt



ii. Day II: Saturday 6th, 2017

Award of Bachelor Degrees/Diplomas, Masters Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Degrees and Conferment of Honorary Doctorate Degrees.

Notice to all graduands

* Academic Gowns will be available at Faculty Offices at the sum of N2,500 and Postgraduate Gowns at the School of   Postgraduates Studies for N5,000.00.

* Book of Proceedings are also available at Faculty Offices and School of Postgraduate Studies at the sum of N5,000.00 and N10,000.00 respectively.

*        Academic Gowns and Book of Proceedings are available for collection from Thursday 27th April, 2017.

*        All gowns are to be retuned on or before Tuesday 8th May, 2017. Failure to return the Gown as at when due will attract a fine.

*        Masters and Ph.D gowns are also available for sale at the School of Postgraduate Studies Souvenir shop.

*        Graduands are also to collect one invitation card each to invite their guests.



Signed:

Bala .I. Ahmed II

Registrar
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Sunday, 9 April 2017

NSUK GUIDE FACE OF THE WEEK Ep.4 : See The Contestants For The Week


Below Are The Contestants For The Week. You can vote by clicking on the circle in front of your favorites contestants name and click the vote bottom at them bottom of this post.
Remember its all about you. You decide who become the next Face of the Week. 


Name: Aliyah Ibrahim
State: Maiduguri
Faculty: Social Sciences
Course: Mass Communication (Diploma) 
Ambition: Becoming the Queen of unity Nigeria.
Hobbies: writing music and swimming


Name: Fatima Talatu Idris
State: Kogi State
Faculty: Social Sciences
Course: Sociology BSC.
Level: 300
Ambition: Become a great Sociologist
Hobbies: Reading and music

Name: Samaila Bulus Ogu
State: Nasarawa State
Faculty: Natural and Applied Sciences
Course: Biochemistry BSC.
Level: 300
Ambition: Become greatest biochemist of all time
Hobbies: Reading and music
Name: Igbanongo Dooshima
State: Benue
Faculty: Administration
Course: Accounting
Level: 100
Ambition: Chartered Accountant
Hobbies: Sleeping reading and hanging out




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PHOTO SPEAK: MOMENTS FROM VERBATIM NEWS MAGAZINE 5TH ANNIVERSARY AWARD AND LECTURE WHERE PROF M. A. MAINOMA WAS GIVEN AN AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP

Arrival of The Vice Chancellor

Arrival of The Vice Chancellor

Student of NSUK in Attendance

Student of NSUK in Attendance

Student of NSUK in Attendance



Student of NSUK in Attendance

Student of NSUK in Attendance with the VC

Student of NSUK in Attendance with the VC

Student of NSUK in Attendance with the VC

Mark Motion C.E.O NSUK Guide with the VC

Student of NSUK in Attendance with the VC

Team NSUK GUIDE

NSUK Head of Information & Protocol Unit Mr. Abraham Ekpo

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Student of NSUK in Attendance with the VC



Cross Section of Staff From NSUK

Cross Section of Staff From NSUK



Staff From NSUK







Cross Section of Staff From NSUK





Femi Adesina Delivering a Lecture


Team NSUK Guide

Receiving the Award

Receiving the Award

Receiving the Award

Receiving the Award


Receiving the Award

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Behold the Award

Cross Section of Staff From NSUK

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