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President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday presided over the first meeting to fashion out ways to finally resolve Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, and the Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU.
The closed-door meeting which lasted for over one hour on Monday held at the Presidential Villa.
Liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that the meeting which was chaired by President Goodluck Jonathan, was attended by Supervising Minister of Education, Barr. Nyesom Wike, Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, directors of the Federal Ministry of Education, the Executive Secretary of the National Commission of Colleges of Education, NCCE, and the Executive Secretary of the National Board of Technical Education.
It was gathered by the our correspondent that monitored the meeting that the officials of ASUP and COEASU were not at the meeting as it was purely an admiinistrative meeting to fashion out payment modalities and ways of re-opening the Federal Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.
Also in attendance at the meeting were officials of the Federal Ministry of Finance who laid before the President and the Ministry of Education sources of funding the over N40billion owed staff of the Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.
After the close of the meeting the Supervising Minister of Education and officials of the Ministry left the villa in the evening for another meeting with chairmen of the Governing Councils of Federal Polytechnics and Federal Colleges of Education. The Minister could not brief waiting journalists before leaving the villa.
However, a director of the Federal Ministry of Education who pleaded anonymity told journalists at the villa that President Jonathan has directed the Ministers of Finance and Education to work hard in the next few days to work out a realistic payment schedule for all staff of the Federal Polytechnics and Federal Colleges of Education.
He further stated that the President gave the Supervising Minister of Education the marching order to ensure the report of the Needs Assessment Committees of Polytechnics and Colleges of Education are submitted in the course of the next two weeks for immediate action on the rehabilitation of the schools.
The director added that the President asked the Supervising Minister of Education to work alongside the Head of Service of the Federation to expedite action on the removal of the disparity between Polytechnic and University Graduates.
It was learnt that an expanded meeting to involve the ASUP, COEASU and Governing council chairmen of Federal Polytechnics with President Jonathan will hold between next weekend and Tuesday next week. Presidency sources said that several leaders have been asked to meet ASUP and COEASU leaders to reach the desired consensus before they meet President Jonathan.
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OBONG UNIVERSITY VC TASKS STUDENTS ON HARD WORK, DISCIPLINE
…AS INSTITUTION MATRICULATES FRESHMEN
Hundreds of new students admitted into Obong University, Obong Ntak in Akwa Ibom state for the 2014/2015 academic session have been charged to imbibe the core virtues of hard work, discipline and unfettered dedication to their studies in order to excel in their academic pursuit and contribute meaningfully to providing workable solutions to some pressing challenges facing the nation.
The Vice Chancellor of Obong University, Prof. Udoudo Ekanemesang who gave the charge on Friday during the 8th Matriculation ceremony of the institution, called on the students to take optimum advantage of the existing conducive environment for teaching and learning complemented by a team of dedicated staff of lecturers and administrators in the institution to further their pursuit for valuable knowledge that will ensure their success in academics and their chosen careers after graduation.
Prof. Ekanemesang advised the new students eschew cultism, truancy, plagiarism and other vices capable of posing serious threats to the realization of their primary objective of seeking admission into the University, even as he re-echoed the avowed resolve of the Management of Obong University to continue in its current practice of embarking on laudable initiatives and policies that will foster the delivery of qualitative higher education to its students.
In his words “Here, we give our students the tools with which they can work on their own in quest of knowledge and to create new knowledge. Obong University seeks to educate students broadly for a life of moral and spiritual integrity, personal and social responsibility and a continuous quest for wisdom.
As a student in Obong University you must consciously seek to change for the better. In manners you must become more refined, in knowledge you must have acquired fundamental principles which will make it possible for you to be successful in your chosen career and make your approach to life problems and challenges, realistic.
Continuing, the Vice Chancellor noted “Your critical thinking and analytical faculties must be developed; you must be able to tolerate and consider the viewpoints of other people. Choose your friends carefully – avoid irresponsible behaviours – drugs, cultism, and alcoholism are not tolerated; take your Matriculation Oath seriously.
Ask questions in and outside of class; take part in their research. Seek help when you need one – it is a sign of strength to ask for help. Obong University seeks to develop in you bold entrepreneurial spirit – think big, think outside the box – you can do what had previously been considered impossible”
While congratulating the matriculating students for scaling through the hurdles of the admission process, Professor Ekanemesang also announced plans by the University to get the approval from the National Universities Commission, (NUC) for the introduction of seven new programmes – Political Science, International Relations, Business Administration, Sociology, Peace and Conflict Management, Public Administration and Marketing, in the first semester of the 2015/2016 session.
Highpoint of the ceremony was the administration of matriculation oath on the over 200 freshmen admitted into various departments in the Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, as well as Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences.
Delta State School of Health Technology
admission application form for the
2015/2016 academic session is now on
sale. Applications are invited from
suitably qualified members of the public
to the Delta State School of Health
Technology, Ofuoma-Ughelli admission
for the 2015/2016 academic session.
Available Programmes at Delta State
School of Health Technology. A.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH
(i) Community Health Extension Workers’
Course (3yrs) Diploma (ii) Junior
Community Health Extension Workers’
Course (2yrs) Certificate (B)
DEPARTMENT OF DISPENSING
OPTICIANRY (i) Dispensing Opticianry
(3yrs) Diploma (C) DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (i)
Environmental Health Officer’s course
(4yrs) H.N.D. (WAHEB) (ii) Environmental
Health Technician (EVT) Course (3yrs)
Tech. Diploma (iii) Environmental Health
Assistant (EHA) Course (2yrs) Assist.
Certificate (D) DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
EDUCATION (i) Health Education Course
(3yrs) Diploma (E) DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH INFORMATION (i) Health
Information Technician Course (3yrs)
Diploma (F) DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION
AND DIETETICS (i) Nutrition and Dietetics
Course (2yrs) N.D. (G) DEPARTMENT OF
MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE (i)
Medical Laboratory Technicians Course
(3yes) Tech. Certificate (ii) Medical
Laboratory Assistants Course (2yrs) Asst.
Certificate (H) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
HEALTH (i) Public Health Nursing
Officer’s Course (2yrs) H. N. D. (ii) Health
Assistant Course (18 Months) Assist.
Certificate (I) DEPARTMENT OF
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (i) Pharmacy
Technician Course (3yrs) Tech. Certificate
(J) DEPARTMRNT OF IMAGE
PROCESSISNG (i) Image Processing
Technician (3yrs) Tech. Certificate (ii)
Image Processing Assistants (2yrs)
Assist. Certificate Delta State School of
Health Technology Entry Requirements.
(Ai) COMMUNITY HEALTH EXTENSION
WORKERS (CHEW) COURSE Prospective
candidates should possess five (5) credits
at WASC, NECO, or GCE ‘O’ Level at not
more than two (2) sittings. The five credit
must be in the following subjects; Biology
or Health Science, English Language,
Mathematics and any other two (2)
relevant subjects. A credit in geography
or chemistry will be an added advantage.
Re-trainee JCHEW; prospective candidates
must be holders of JCHEW certificate with
at least two (2) years of post qualification
in addition to (Ai) above. (Aii) JUNIOR
COMMUNITY HEALTH EXTENSION
WORKER (JCHEW) Prospective candidates
must obtain four (4) passes in WASC,
NECO, SSSC, or GCE ‘O’ level examination
at not more than two (2) sittings. The five
(5) passes must include; English
Language, Biology or Health Science,
Mathematics and any other two (2)
relevant subjects. A pass in Geography or
Chemistry will be an advantage. Delta
State School of Health Technology
Admission Application Method. Interested
candidates are to buy scratch card from
any EcoBank branch at the cost of
N5,250 (Five thousand two hundred and
fifty naira) only and visit the School
website http://www.delsotecheportal.com to
apply. Delta State School of Health
Technology Admission Entrance Exam
Details. The entrance examinations is
scheduled to hold on Saturday 9th May,
2015 at the College of Health Technology,
Ofuoma Ughelli premises by 10.00am