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          2016/2017 harmattan semester make-up examination time-table

DATE.                           8:30AM
Thursday 20/4/2017
AGY 205, ANP 301, AXR 403, BUS 321, CHM 101, CHM 115, CVE 351, EDT 111, EDU 111, ENG 101, ICS 101, MAT 111, MAT 115, MAT 211, MCB 205, MCB 313, PHY 115, PHY 125, SSE 405, STA 121, STA 125, STA 131, STA 201,TCS 111, ZLY 101, ZLY 103, GNS 111, GNS 211, GNS 311, GSE 301, PLB 101

STUDENTS TO NOTE:

*THEY WILL NOT BE GIVEN ACCESS TO THE CBT CENTRE 30 MINUTES AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATION

*THEY MUST PRODUCE ID CARDS, COURSE REGISTRATION AND ADD/DROP FORMS AT THE CENTRE

*STUDENTS MUST DRESS TO CONFORM WITH THE UNIVERSITY DRESS CODE

*COURSE REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE LAMINATED

                                                                                       Abu-Abdullahcares
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By TonyeBarcanista

I have been following the recent activities of Ibrahim Magu led EFCC with respect to miraculous "discovery" of money worth hundreds of millions of dollars in the most "amazing" areas and places one can think of.

THREE AMAZING DISCOVERIES WITHIN A 4-WEEK PERIOD:

Firstly, in on the 4th of March 2017, it was reported that EFCC "discovered" a whopping N49 million in bundle in a luggage at Kaduna Airport during a routine check of Luggages, I mean N49,000,000.

While one would expect that someone would be arrested (as the money had no legs), the EFCC through its zonal head in Kaduna state said the owner of the luggage showed up but couldn't explain how he came about the money and "fled" into the thin air. In their own words, "his inability to give any concrete explanation made him become uncomfortable and he disappeared into thin air before the arrival of the EFCC operatives according to our source of information." Till date no arrest or lead has been made about the money or whatever...
We were still wondering how a man could flee into the thin air in the midst of security operatives that searched his bag or how a whopping N49 million will stroll its way into Kaduna airport, the EFCC again came with another "discovery" on April 7, just 3 weeks after the Kaduna discovery.

On April 7, our beloved EFCC discovered a whopping N448.8 Million in a shop in Lagos that has been abandoned for more than TWO YEARS and has not been opened during the period. As usual, no arrest was made nor any clue given. I mean, even the traders and those allegedly present were even amazed at the "wizardry" of Magu led EFCC.

While we kept wondering, trying to reconcile both the Kaduna and Lagos events, the EFCC gave us a bigger shocker a few days ago. This time, they discovered a
whopping $50 Million in a Tower in Ikoyi, Lagos. As usual, nobody was linked to or arrested in connection, not even the "gatemen" keeping watch over the building nor the person that gave EFCC operatives the "key" to the safe.

In fact, every known human being is being alleged to be the owner of the money from a former NNPC MD, former PDP Chairman Adamu Muazu, as well as former Governor of Rivers state Rotimi Amaechi-wjth ALL of them denying and even threatened with lawsuit.

Now they have shifted ownership to National Intelligence Agency (NIA) saying that the Director-General "ran" to Magu and advised him against searching the apartment... What a story?

LET US REASON TOGETHER

Is it possible that an Intelligence agency like NIA with security personnel attached to the agency will not put armed to the teeth security guards around the apartment to guard it against invasion? Are they saying that the SEVEN policemen from the EFCC that invaded the apartment will disarm and overpower these security guards? Are they saying that the DG will tell his men to willingly surrender to EFCC operative even when the agency cross into their territory? Is EFCC, an agency under the Ministry of Justice now superior to NIA, an intelligence agency under the office of the National Security Adviser (just like DSS)? Can

EFCC invade the territory of DSS?

How did EFCC get the key to the safe? Is EFCC saying such an apartment housing such a large amount will have no guard watching over it? Not even a "maiguard"? How do we explain the trend of discovering money without clue to who owns or watches the money? Who will keep a whopping N49 million, N448 million and $50 million without a watchman or even a spy?

MAGU HAS TO LEARN FROM HIS NPF COLLEAGUES:

I understand that Magu is trying to play to the gallery in order to please his paymasters, entertain the fantasy of some Nigerians that are gullible, and mislead the public that he is "working". But I think he has to learn from his colleagues in the Police Force on how to go about it.

There are basically two ways to achieve this, which I believe will be more sellable to Nigerians than his comedic show.

The first method is for Magu to announce that investigation is on the way and some suspects being trailed, then he has to instruct his men to raid any uncompleted building where unemployed young people gather to smoke Indian hemp, arrest them, torture them to accept having knowledge in the crime, invite the press to announce that arrest have been made in connection with the discovered money and make the suspects give confessional statements. Then tell Nigerians that further investigation is ongoing to get all the perpetrators and bring them to justice, then approach any high Court to file a case against the "suspects".

The second option is to inform the DPO of the nearest police station to "loan him" victims of raids and mass arrest, torture them and get them rehearse their confessional statements, then carry them along to the so called scene of the drama, video them and tell the press that they were the people keeping watch over the monies and vow that you will do all you could to bring their sponsors to justice. The "loanee" suspects will make confessional statements and you can then approach a High Court to prosecute them.

I am very sure that Magu will earn accolades from unsuspecting Nigerians if he implored either of the methods highlighted above. Everyone will be carried away by another events after a couple of days and the whole matter will DIE a natural death. Nobody will be asking questions that further embarrasses the EFCC and Magu.

Oh Magu, you know that your recent deception, sorry I mean discoveries will not sell even in Nollywoood. You have to drop this "James Bond" styled theatrics and learn from your colleagues in the Nigeria Police Force. Magu need to be informed that Nigerians aren't as stupid as he may think, even if he has to plant money it should be done with wisdom and tacts.

May God Bless Us All And Bless Nigeria

                                                                                           Abu-Abdullahcares
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This error is very common this time around and for all PCMs worried out there, you should read this....

For instance, you are Abdulganiy Ambali and you see Abudugalibu Ambali. Or Your name is Abu Abdullah and on the approved Senate list, you see Abu Ablah ...
 Or maybe your third name is missing.... you don't need to panic, just read on.... Your Matric Number is UIL/2012/054 and you see KWA/2012/054 Or is there an error in your matric Number or your last name is missing. Or a letter in your name is omitted? Don't panic, read on.

Solutions to Errors in Names & Matric No on NYSC Senate list is an article Provided by Corpers Forum to make Prospective Corp Members relax their mind and also provide solution to the viral problem about errors in names and matric numbers.

Why is there an error in Your name on the Approved Senate list

Typographical Error

This is the only reason why your name contains an error. Those names on that list did not just appear from thin air. They were typed by people like you and I.
They were typed by people who may be hungry or angry at a point in time. Nobody is perfect, and some mistakes might not even be seen until the actual owner of the name discover that.
That's the cause of the error and not maybe your village people are still on your case.

What is the solutions to the Error?

The solution to this error is that...
You fix it when you get to Orientation camp.

Yes, it's that easy. When you get to orientation camp, you will go ICT center and inform them. They will give you a form, either online or immediately. You Fill the form correctly and it will be fixed for you. Just calm down and wait for orientation camp to begin. You then fix it during the camp.

Thanks for reading.
                                                                                              Abu-Abdullahcares
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You are welcome, my boss.
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How well do you keep your debit card (ATM card)? Would you give anyone access to your bank accounts, unfortunately you are doing just that when you keep your credit cards carelessly, debit card takes money directly from your account, which makes them juicy target for fraudsters. Here are few tips that will help you protect yourself from card skimming or any form of fraud.

1. Update Your Bank Information Regularly:
Update your the contact information (i.e. mobile number, e-mail, address, etc.) that you gave to the bank regularly. This will make it faster for the bank to notify you of any suspicious transactions.

2. Be smart with online transactions:
Shop with credible merchants and look for secure transaction symbols like the “lock” icon on your browser that starts with “https”. Avoid using public hotspots for online payments, log out from a site properly after you make a purchase, if you can’t log off close your browser to protect your personal information.

3.Do a regular Check:
Check your account balance and transaction history regularly. If you see anything suspicious, immediately report it to the bank. Review account statements from your financial institution or credit union when you get them, or better still sign up for electronic banking to get secure online access to your account day or night. Report any problems or questions, including transactions you think may be unauthorised, right away. Again, quick action can limit misuse and save you money.

4.Keep your PIN a secret
You are advised to memorise your PIN, and never write it on your card or store it with your card. Do not let anyone else enter your PIN for you. Don’t give your PIN over the telephone. No company or person should ever ask for your PIN, not even your bank or credit union. If you use your debit card to make a purchase by phone, never disclose your PIN. Always keep your PIN a secret?)

5.Don’t wait
If your card is lost or stolen, report it to your financial institution right away. By notifying your bank or credit union immediately, you reduce the chance that your card will be used improperly. Even better, you limit your potential liability – translation: the money you actually lose – for unauthorised transactions by scammers or hackers.

6.Watch your email
Email is probably the most common method of identity theft and electronic fraud. Don’t provide your debit or credit card number, PIN or other personal information in response to an unsolicited email or online request. Electronic security pros recommend different PINs for different accounts. And it’s a good idea to change your PINs often.

7. Be Vigilant: Be vigilant of your surroundings when approaching and using an ATM. Make it a habit to cover your hand and pin pad as you enter your PIN on the ATM.

8. Destroy Old cards: If you receive a new card, make sure to destroy your old one. Make sure to cut across the magnetic strip and destroy the chip.

9. Protect your card If the magnetic stripe on the back of your card is damaged or demagnetised, the “swipe and buy” process cannot work. So don’t expose your card to magnetic objects, dirt and grit, keys or other objects that can nick the stripe.

10. If you’re planning to use your card abroad, let the bank know your travel dates and destination.

                                             Sourcerity Bank Corporation

www.infonancialhub.com                                                  Abu-Abdullahcares


Thanks for the helpful information.
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How well do you keep your debit card (ATM card)? Would you give anyone access to your bank accounts, unfortunately you are doing just that when you keep your credit cards carelessly, debit card takes money directly from your account, which makes them juicy target for fraudsters. Here are few tips that will help you protect yourself from card skimming or any form of fraud.

1. Update Your Bank Information Regularly:
Update your the contact information (i.e. mobile number, e-mail, address, etc.) that you gave to the bank regularly. This will make it faster for the bank to notify you of any suspicious transactions.

2. Be smart with online transactions:
Shop with credible merchants and look for secure transaction symbols like the “lock” icon on your browser that starts with “https”. Avoid using public hotspots for online payments, log out from a site properly after you make a purchase, if you can’t log off close your browser to protect your personal information.

3.Do a regular Check:
Check your account balance and transaction history regularly. If you see anything suspicious, immediately report it to the bank. Review account statements from your financial institution or credit union when you get them, or better still sign up for electronic banking to get secure online access to your account day or night. Report any problems or questions, including transactions you think may be unauthorised, right away. Again, quick action can limit misuse and save you money.

4.Keep your PIN a secret
You are advised to memorise your PIN, and never write it on your card or store it with your card. Do not let anyone else enter your PIN for you. Don’t give your PIN over the telephone. No company or person should ever ask for your PIN, not even your bank or credit union. If you use your debit card to make a purchase by phone, never disclose your PIN. Always keep your PIN a secret?)

5.Don’t wait
If your card is lost or stolen, report it to your financial institution right away. By notifying your bank or credit union immediately, you reduce the chance that your card will be used improperly. Even better, you limit your potential liability – translation: the money you actually lose – for unauthorised transactions by scammers or hackers.

6.Watch your email
Email is probably the most common method of identity theft and electronic fraud. Don’t provide your debit or credit card number, PIN or other personal information in response to an unsolicited email or online request. Electronic security pros recommend different PINs for different accounts. And it’s a good idea to change your PINs often.

7. Be Vigilant: Be vigilant of your surroundings when approaching and using an ATM. Make it a habit to cover your hand and pin pad as you enter your PIN on the ATM.

8. Destroy Old cards: If you receive a new card, make sure to destroy your old one. Make sure to cut across the magnetic strip and destroy the chip.

9. Protect your card If the magnetic stripe on the back of your card is damaged or demagnetised, the “swipe and buy” process cannot work. So don’t expose your card to magnetic objects, dirt and grit, keys or other objects that can nick the stripe.

10. If you’re planning to use your card abroad, let the bank know your travel dates and destination.

                                             Sourcerity Bank Corporation

www.infonancialhub.com                                                  Abu-Abdullahcares
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Information reaching us at Unilorinpeeps Team that the Joint Admission Matriculation Board [JAMB] Registrar, Prof Ishaq Oloyede has announced that the board is now ready for the conduct of the Mock Examination earlier postponed.

According to our correspondents, they disclosed that the agents are more than ready to conduct the scheduled mock examination for willing applicants to test-run the efficiency of the 600 Computer Based Test Center it approved for this year’s examination
The date for conduct of the mock exam, which is voluntary for all registered JAMB applicants, according to officials, would be announced anytime this week.

JAMB has said it postponed the scheduled Mock Examination penultimate week, owing to technical hitches it encountered along the line, and more importantly to allow willing applicants who were yet to register as at then, partake in the test-run examination.
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We are using this opportunity to inform all the general public expecially the students that were not admitted for remedial program, that the Authority of the University Of Ilorin, and particularly prospective applicants into UNILORIN – JUPEB programme to be careful about an online advertisement on unauthorized website www.alevels.com.ng/jupeb-unilorin


Introduction

The Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) is a national examination body approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The Board has the responsibility of conducting common and standard examinations for the candidates, who have been exposed to a minimum of one-year approved learning in the Universities and are seeking Direct Entry admissions into University courses at the 200 level in Nigerian and partnering Foreign Universities.

University of Ilorin and JUPEB
University of Ilorin is one of the partnering Universities for JUPEB. The University will be training candidates for JUPEB examination from 2017/2018 academic session. Successful candidates will be considered for Direct Entry admission into 200 level.
Eligibility
To be eligible, applicants are required to apply online through the UNIVERSITY WEBSITE ONLY.
Applicants must possess credits in at least five relevant O’ Level subjects (including English Language and Mathematics) in WASC/SSCE, GCE, NABTEB, in not more than two sittings. Candidates with awaiting results are also encouraged to apply.
Applicants are to register for three subjects according to their proposed course of study in the University. JUPEB subjects are the same as those of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. These are:
ARTS:  Christian Religious Studies, French, History, Islamic Religious Studies, Literature-in-English, Music and Yoruba.

MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCE:Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Geography and Government

SCIENCE: Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics
Admission of JUPEB graduates into University of Ilorin will be based strictly on merit and entry requirements and in proportion to the admission quota of the University for the various Faculties.

For further Enquiries, Please Contact:
+234-8036159882; +234-8033558277
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Campus News / JUST IN: Vacancy For The Post Of Liberian In Unilorin
« Last post by Abydeco on April 18, 2017, 08:30:58 AM »



The Council of the University of Ilorin hereby announces that the post of University Librarian of the University will become vacant with effect from 12th October, 2017.
In accordance with the provisions of the Universities (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act No. 11 of 1993, as amended by Act No. 25 of 1996 and the Universities (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment) Act 2012, the Council has decided to begin the process of appointing a new University Librarian.
 
Consequently, applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for the post.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

The candidate, who must have had a minimum of fifteen (15) years cognate experience, should possess at least a Master’s Degree in Library Science. A Doctorate Degree will be an added advantage. The candidate must show evidence of substantial contribution to knowledge through research and scholarly publications in reputable Journals. In addition, the candidate should have
proficiency in management and administration, capability to initiate research and be knowledgeable in the application of Computer to Library operations and services.
The ideal candidate should have been a Deputy University Librarian or its equivalent for not less than five (5) years.

APPOINTMENT

The successful candidate shall hold office for a single term of five (5) years.

DUTIES

The University Librarian is a Principal Officer of the University, responsible to the Vice Chancellor for the administration of the University Library and co-ordination of all Library services in the University, its College, Faculties, Institutes and other teaching and research units.

As an academic unit, the successful candidate will be expected to give both administrative and academic leadership.

SALARY

This and other conditions of service shall be as approved for University Librarians of Federal Universities by the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Governing Council of the University of Ilorin.

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

The successful candidate shall hold office for a single term of five (5) years.

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Applicants are required to submit a set of their credentials and thirty-five (35) typewritten copies of their applications, giving the following information in the order listed below:
i) Full Names:
ii) Post Desired and Department:
iii) Date of Birth:
iv) Place of Birth and State of Origin:
v) Nationality:
vi) Permanent Home Address:
vii) Current Postal Address:
viii) Cell Phone Number:
ix) E-mail Address:
x) Marital Status:
xi) Number of Children with Names and Ages:
xii) Institutions Attended (with dates):
xiii) Pure Academic Qualifications (with dates):
xiv) Professional Qualifications (with dates)
xv) List of Publications with Details of Title, Publishers or Journals dates and pages (where applicable):
xvi) Working Experience (General and Specific Experience with dates):
xvii) Details of administrative experience and service to the Community (with status and dates):
xviii) Present Employment, Status, Salary and Employer;
xix) Extra-Curricular Activities:
xx) Names and Addresses of Three Referees (two of whom must be professionals or authorities in relevant fields) who must be requested by the applicant to forward directly to the Registrar, confidential Reports on the applicant indicating the post desired.
Only shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.

CLOSING DATE:
Applications are to be forwarded to the Registrar, University of Ilorin, P.M.B. 1515, Ilorin, not later than six (6) weeks from the date of this publication.

Signed
E.D. OBAFEMI
Registrar and Secretary to Council
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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into various Postgraduate degree programmes of the University of Ilorin for the 2017/18 academic session.


IMPORTANT NOTICE:

Only available Courses for the session are advertised and as such candidates are advised to select courses available in the advertisement. Any action contrary to this instruction is at the candidate’s risk, please.
Candidates are advised to PRINT out the advertisement and STUDY thoroughly before COMMENCING the application procedure


Available Programmes

For List Of Available Programmes Click Here To Download In PDF.

Application Fees.
Application fee for all programmes is N25, 000.00 only for Applicants within    Nigeria OR $200.00 only for International Applicants.
Dates and Venues of Qualifying Exam.

A three-hour qualifying examination for all applicants stated in C6 above for  those seeking admissions into Master and Postgraduate Degree programmes, will hold on Saturday, 1st July, 2017, at 8.30a.m prompt in the following venues:
(i)        FACULTY OF ARTS NEW LECTURE THEATRE:- For candidates seeking admission into Faculty of Arts.
(ii)        FACULTY OF ARTS LECTURE HALL AND FACULTIES OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES LECTURE THEATHRE: – For candidates seeking admissions into Faculties of Management Science and Social Sciences.
(iii)   FACULTY OF EDUCATION NEW LECTURE THEATRE – For candidates seeking admissions into Faculty of Education.
(iv)  LECTURE THEATRE I & II NEW SCIENCE LECTURE THEATRE & ENGINEERING LECTURE THEATRE
for candidates seeking admissions into the Faculties, Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Physical and Life Science.
(v)       FACULTY OF LAW LECTURE ROOMS AND THEATRE: for candidates seeking admission into the Faculty.
(vi)       FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCES LECTURE THEATRE: for candidates seeking admission into the Faculty.

NOTE: There will be no formal letters of invitation to candidates for the Qualifying Examination as this advertisement will serve as the invitation.

Method of Application & Closing Date.
Application Forms are to be completed on-line and will close on Friday, 30th June 2017.  Note that the latest date for receipt of supporting documents is Monday, 31st July 2017.  Successful applicants would be notified by e-mail.

Click Here To Begin Online Application Process.
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