Wednesday, November 4, 2015

I'm getting married soon - Flavour

         The father of two daughters with two beauty queens says he's planning to get married but didn't say which of the women he's planning to marry. In a recent interview with HipTV, he talked about what he's been up to lately "All I want to do is keep doing music, keep feeding my fans with the best music.". Asked when he will be getting married, the Enugu-state born singer replied with a laugh "I'm getting married soon." Who believes him?

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Bose releases stunning new photos, talks weightloss

Ace female comedian Lepacious Bose decides to stun us with a surprisingly great photo shoot. In recent times, Bosede Olufunke Ogunboye aka Lepacious Bose has been generating good publicity with her amazing weight loss. The "before and after pictures" which are all over the Internet has everybody spilling their opinions. Most Nigerians are supportive of her resolve to lose weight.

Annie Idibia's shoot for breast cancer awareness



The actress and mother of two teamed forces with Make-up artiste ArabyLaide and photographer Emmanuel Oyeleke for a breast cancer awareness inspired photo shoot. The shoot, tagged #FightTheOdds, is to create more awareness about cancer and the importance of self examination.
It’s no longer news that some of Nigeria’s biggest music stars such as 2face, Patoranking, Cynthia Morgan, Runtown, Oritse Femi, Sound Sultan, Black Magic were live in Sapele on August, 8th 2015 for Star Music Trek #SapeleRocks.
One of the major highlights of the concert was when a lady fan beat the venue security and ran onstage while 2face was performing.
The unidentified lady grabbed the pop icon from behind, pulled him close, stripped off her top and attempted to take 2face’s clothes off.
Annie Idibia who was present to cheer her husband’s performance looked dazed at the occurrence.
Everyone including the security had thought it was one of creative director Efe Omorogbe’s skits but apparently it wasn’t.
Annie Idibia
Annie Idibia’s reaction to happening on stage
It took a while before the security could pull her away from the Star Music Trek stage.
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Uche Jombo and her cute son in new photo

nice pics

Monday, August 10, 2015

WAEC Withheld Results of 118,101 Candidates

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) withheld results of 118,101 candidates, representing 7.41 per cent of the candidates that wrote the 2015 SSCE, due to various cases of examination malpractice.
According to the WAEC Head of National Office, Mr. Charles Eguridu, the waec withheld result cases are being investigated and the reports of the investigations will be presented to the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) for appropriate action.
From the statistics of the released results, 758,849 candidates representing 47.62 per cent obtained six credits and above while 949,862 candidates representing 59.61 per cent obtained five credits and above.
A total of 616,370 candidates, representing 38.68 per cent obtained credits in five subjects and above including English Language and Mathematics.
Also 95,373 candidates representing 5.99 per cent have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors traceable to candidates and schools.
The WAEC HNO earlier stated that a total of 1,593,442 candidates sat for the May/June Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).
Candidates that participated in the examination are advised to check their result by following the details outlined on the link below;



The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) May/June SSCE result is officially out. Follow the steps below to check the May-June WAEC result 2015.

How To Check:

Follow the simple steps below to check your result;
1) Visit the WAEC Result Checking Portal on
2) Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number; (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789).
3) Select your Examination Year (i.e. 2015).
4) Select the Type of Examination [ i.e. MAY/JUNE WASSCE].
5) Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
6) Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card (Use the PIN printed on your examination/acknowledgement slip).
7) Click the Submit button and your WAEC result will be displayed on your computer screen.
Alternatively, the result can be accessed via SMS;
This option involves sending SMS in the format below:
– WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear To 32327 (MTN, Celtel & Glo subscribers)
– Example: WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2007
(Note: Make sure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message)
– Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only)

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MAUTECH Post Utme & DE Form 2015 – Exam Date, Cut off Mark

Mautech post utme details announced. The Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH), Yola invites applications from prospective candidates for the 2015/2016 Post-UTME Screening Exercise.
(i) Candidates who chose Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola as their Most Preferred First Choice and obtained 180 and above in 2015 UTME are to present themselves for the Post-UTME screening exercise.
(ii) Candidates are expected to possess not more than two settings of O’level Examination results (SSCE/WAEC/GCE/NECO/TCII etc).
ii) In addition to the above, DE applicants are expected to enter institution, class of diploma/statement of result obtained (ND, HND, NCE, A’level).
Method of Application:
Candidates are to visit the school official website on and click on the POST UTME tab.
On the post-Utme page, click on new applicant. Enter your names, and a valid phone number (ensure that it is your phone number for it will be used in subsequent communication with you) and a confirmation code will be sent to your phone. Use the code sent to your phone to activate your account and you will be redirected to the login page.
Use your phone number (The one you entered earlier) as your Username as well as password. Confirm your information on the page and proceed to the payment page.
Put your ATM card number, the 3 digits behind the card and your ATM pin number and proceed to pay the total sum of N2,300 only. After a successful payment, you would proceed to fill your application form.
You are required to enter your personal information including your names and other relevant information. Upload your recent passport photograph with a plain background (JPEG format and not more than 50kb in size) and click on the ‘Submit application’ button.
Note that before final submission of the application, you are to cross-check and ensure all the information are correct, because after the submission you cannot edit any of the information.
Print the Application Slip with the Serial Number on your slip now your Application ID as well as your login username.
Screening Date & Details:
Candidates will be contacted via SMS for the date, time and venue of their screening.
Post-Utme candidates are to note the following;
i) You are required to present the originals of your relevant credentials (O level results, JAMB result/acknowledgment slip, A’ level results as applicable to you.).
ii) Photocopies of all results presented will be submitted at the center.
iii) The photocopy of O’level certificate/statement of result(s) will be accompanied by appropriate utility card (scratch card for accessing result) of the examination body.
iv) You are to submit photocopy of indigene letter, certificate of birth/declaration of age and a copy of the printed post UTME application form.
Closing Date: Not yet announced.  

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AKSU 5th Matriculation Ceremony Announced

The management of Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU), Ikot Akpaden wishes to inform all her Students, especially the new students and the General Public that the fresh student’s matriculation ceremony for 2014/2015 will come up on Tuesday, 21st of July, 2015 at the university premises.
All new students are expected to be available and punctual.

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OAU Pre-degree Admission Form 2015/16 Out

OAU pre degree form 2015 is out.e Obafemi Awolowo Univer Thsity (OAU), Ile-Ife invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Pre-Degree Programme for 2015/2016 Academic Session.
Eligible Candidates must possess minimum of 5 Credits in 5 subjects at a maximum of two sittings including English Language (for ALL Courses), Mathematics (for Science-based and Social Science-based Courses) and Literature-in-English (for Law).
Duration: The programme normally runs for two (2) contact periods both within nine (9) calendar months.
Available Subject Combinations:
Options/Fields Subject Combinations
Arts Government/Literature in English/Religious Studies (GLR)
Economics/ Government/Literature in English (EGL)
Biological Sciences Biology/Chemistry/Physics (BCP)
Physical Sciences Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Physics (CMP)
Geography/ Mathematics/ Physics (GMP)
Social Sciences Economics/Government/Mathematics (EGM)
Mathematics/Geography/Economics (MGE)
Candidates are to note that the above listed subject combinations meet the requirements (as applicable) for admission into ALL Degree Programmes in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
Method of Application:
Pay the Application fee of ₦15,000.00 through Interswitch WebPay Platform using your ATM or Debit Card (Please note that Bank charges apply and must be paid).
Go to OAUCDL website: ( and Click on: “2015/2016 Pre-Degree Application” and read the Instruction carefully. Create your account by clicking on “Apply Now!”. You are to supply valid username, password, email address and other required information.
After creating the Account, login back into your Account with your username and password.
Click on the Payment Method (Interswitch Webpay).
Fill the online Application Form and upload your recent passport photograph. The passport photograph must meet the following specifications:
i. The passport photograph must be coloured with white background (Black and white photograph is not acceptable).
ii. The passport must be recent (not earlier than 3 Months before the time of the application) and the size should not be more than 100KB.
After filling the form, logout and keep your username and password safe. (Save your Username and Password on your Phone so as not to forget). Keep checking the website from time to time for the actual date of the entrance examination. In the meantime, you can take the practice examination to get familiar with Computer-based test.
General Information:
Applicants are to note that the 2015/2016 Pre-degree entrance exam will be computer-based. You are hereby advised to familiarise yourself with the basic use of computer.
2015/2016 Pre-Degree Applicants are advised to to be checking our website from time to time for the actual date of the Entrance Exam and other relevant information.
All candidates are required to register for 2016 UTME during the Programme. All Candidates are required to use valid e-mail addresses and PERSONAL Telephone Numbers.
The forms must be filled and submitted on-line either immediately or within 2 weeks of accessing the website. No downloaded or printed copies of forms will be accepted.
Applicants are to note that 2015/2016 Pre-Degree Entrance Exam holds at Ile-Ife Centre only. Candidates are advised to follow the Application Instructions very carefully and ensure they select the Correct SUBJECT COMBINATION. Failure to do so may adversely affect the Candidate.
All candidates should note that OAUCDL HAS NOT AUTHORISED any person(s) or agent(s) to sell application forms on its behalf. Application is strictly on-line.
Closing Date:
The 2015/2016 Pre-Degree Online Application closes on Friday September 4th, 2015  

IMSU Postgraduate Application Form 2015/2016 Out

Imsu postgraduate form 2015 is out. The Imo State University (IMSU) invites applications from qualified candidates for admission into the under listed Postgraduate Diploma and higher degree (full-time and part-time) programmes for the 2015/2016 Academic Session.
(a) Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Cooperatives, Agricultural Extension, and Farm Management and Rural Sociology.
(ii) M. Sc. and Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics with specialization in Agricultural Cooperatives, Farm Management; Production Economics; Agricultural Finance; Agricultural Marketing, Resource and Environmental Economics.
(iii) M. Sc. and Ph.D. in Agricultural Extension with specialization in Rural Sociology; Rural Development, Agricultural Extension Systems; Extension Communication; Extension Administration.
(b) Department of Animal Science and Fisheries
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Animal Science, and Fisheries.
(ii) M. Sc. and Ph.D. in Animal Science with options in Animal Production; Animal Nutrition, Animal Physiology; and Animal Breeding and Genetics.
(c) Department of Crop Science and Biotechnology
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Crop Science.
(ii) M. Sc. and Ph. D. in Crop Science with options in Plant Protection; Horticulture, Breeding and Genetics; Crop Nutrition and Physiology. .
(d) Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management
(i) Postgraduate Diploma (ii) M.Sc.
(e) Department of Soil Science and Environment
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Soil Science and Environment.
(ii) M. Sc. in Soil Chemistry and Fertility; Soil Physics and Conservation; Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry; Soil Survey and Land Use Planning; and Soil Science and Environment Pollution.
(a) Department of Accountancy
(i) Postgraduate Diploma (ii) M.Sc. and MBA.
(b) Department of Banking and Finance
(i) Postgraduate Diploma (ii) M.Sc. (iii) MBA (iv) M.Sc./PhD for those with MBA Banking and Finance with a GPA of not below 3.50 on a 5 point scale and those with Banking and Finance or related discipline with GPA of not below 3.00 on a 5 point scale (iv) Ph.D with specialisation in (a) Banking (b) Finance
(c) Department of Business Management
(i) Postgraduate Diploma (ii) M.Sc., MBA, (iii) MSc/PhD (iv) PhD
(d) Department of Insurance and Actuarial Science
(i) PGD in Insurance and Actuarial Science
(ii) MSc in Insurance and Actuarial Science
(e) Department of Marketing
(i) Postgraduate Diploma (ii) M.Sc., MBA and (iii) M.Sc./Ph.D, (iv) Ph.D
(a) Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
(b) Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Science
(c) Department of Education Arts
(i) M.A. (Ed) in Education Arts with options in History, Religion, F.A.A.
(ii) M.Ed and Ph.D in Curriculum Studies
(d) Department of Foundations and Counselling
(i) M.Ed and Ph.D in Guidance and Counselling
(iii)M.Ed and Ph.D in Sociology of Education
(i) M.Ed in Philosophy of Education
(e) Department of Language Education
(ii) M.A. (Ed) in Language Education with options in English Language, Igbo, French
(f) Department of Library and Information Science
(i) MLS and Ph.D in Library and Information Science
(ii) M.Ed and Ph.D in Educational Technology
(g) Department of Life Science Education
(i) M.Sc. (Ed) in Science Education with options in Biology, Health Science, Agricultural Science
(ii) M.Ed and Ph.D in Educational Psychology
(h) Department of Physical Science Education
(i) M.Sc (Ed) in Science Education with options in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
(ii) M.Ed and Ph.D in Measurement and Evaluation
(i) Department of Social Science Education
(i) M.Sc (Ed) Social Science Education with options in Economics, Accountancy, Social Studies and Government
(ii) M.Ed and Ph.D in Educational Management and Planning.
a) Department of Civil Engineering
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering
(ii) MSc in Civil Engineering
b) Department of Food Science and Technology
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Food Science and Technology.
(ii) M. Sc. and PhD in Food Science and Technology.
c) Department of Mechanical Engineering
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.
(a)Department of Architecture
(i) MSc in Architecture
(ii) PhD in Architecture
(b)Department of Estate Management
(i) PGD in Estate Management
(ii)MSc in Estate Management
(iii)PhD in Estate Management
(c) Department of Fine and Applied arts
(i) PGD in Fine and applied arts
(ii) M.A. Fine Arts (Art History)
(iii) MFA Fine Arts (Studio)
(iv) PhD Fine Arts (Art History)
(v) PhD (DocFa) Fine and Applied Arts (Studio)
(e) Department of Quantity Surveying
(i) PGD in Quantity Surveying
(ii) MSc. in Quantity Surveying with options in- Quantity Surveying – Construction Project Finance – Construction Economics
(iv) PhD in Quantity Surveying with options in – Quantity Surveying – Construction Project Finance – Construction Economics
(f) Department of Urban and Regional Planning
(i) MSc in Urban and Regional Planning
(ii) PhD in Urban and Regional Planning.
(a) Department of Public Health
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health
(ii) M.Sc in Public Health
(b) Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
(i) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Nutrition and Dietetics.
(ii) M. Sc. in Human Nutrition and Dietetics
(ii) Ph.D in Human Nutrition and Dietetics
(d) Department of Medical Laboratory: (i) PGD in Medical Laboratory Science (ii) M.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Science (iii) Ph.D in Medical Laboratory Science (Chemical Pathology and Medical Microbiology options).
(a) Centre for Gender studies M.A. Women and Gender Studies
(b) Centre for Igbo Studies M.A. Igbo Studies with options in (i) Igbo Arts (ii) Igbo History and Archaeology (iii) Igbo Philosophy and (iv) Igbo Religion
(c) Department of English and Literary Studies
(i) M.A. and PhD in English Language
(ii) M.A. and PhD in Literature
(d) Department of History and International Studies
(i) PGD in History and International Studies
(ii) PGD in International Development Studies
(iii) PGD in Studies in Conflict Resolution and Peace Management
(iv) M.A. in History/International Studies
(vi) M.A. in International Development Studies
(vii) Ph.D in History/International Studies
(e ) Department of French
(b) M.A. French With options in: (i) Language (ii) Literature and (iii) Translation
(c) PhD French With options in: (i) Language (ii) Literature and (iii) Translation
(f) Department of Linguistics/Igbo
(i) M.A. Igbo
(ii) MA Linguistics
(iii)MA Igbo Literature
(g) Department of Philosophy
(i) MA Philosophy
(ii) Ph.D Philosophy
(h) Department of Religious Studies
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Religious Studies
(ii) M.A. Religious Studies
(iii)Ph.D Religious Studies, with areas of specialisation in: a) African Traditional Religion b) Old Testament Studies c) New Testament Studies d) Church History e) Religion and Society f) Religious Ethics g) Comparative Religion h) Philosophy of Religion (i) Department of Theatre Arts
(a) M.A. in Theatre Arts With options in: (i) Directing (ii) Acting (iii) Playwriting/Dramatology (iv) Dramatic Theory and Criticism, and (v) African Drama and Theatre.
(b) PhD in Theatre Arts With options in: (i) Theatre Studies and Performance Theory (ii) Theatre History and Historiography (iii) Dramatic Literature (iv) Dramatic Theory and Criticism (v) African Drama and Theatre (vi) Theatre in Education (vii) Media/Film Studies and (viii) Arts Administration/Management.
(a) Masters Degree Programmes (LLM)
(b) Ph.D programme in Law: The Ph.D programme is available in specialised areas of Law. The Ph.D programme is domiciled in different departments namely: Department of International Law and Jurisprudence, Department of Private and Property Law, Department of Public Law and Department of Commercial Law.
(a) Department of Animal and Environmental Biology
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in (i) Hydrobiology and Fisheries (ii) Public Health Parasitology and Entomology (iii) Environmental Biology and (iv) Physiology
(ii) MSc in (i) Medical Parasitology and Entomology (ii) Fisheries and Hydrobiology (iii) Environmental Biology (iv) Physiology and (v) Public Health Parasitology
(iii)PhD programme with options in (i) Medical Parasitology and Entomology (ii) Fisheries and Hydrobiology (iii) Environmental Biology (iv) Physiology and (v) Public Health Parasitology
(b) Department of Biochemistry
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Biochemistry
(c) Department of Chemistry
(i) Postgraduate diploma in Chemistry
(ii) MSc with options in (i) Organic Chemistry (ii) Physical Chemistry, (iii) Inorganic Chemistry, (iv) Analytical Chemistry and (v) Environmental Chemistry.
(iii)PhD in Chemistry with specialisation in: (i) Organic Chemistry (ii) Physical Chemistry.
(d) Department of Computer Science
(i) Postgraduate diploma in Computer Science
(ii) MSc with specialisation in: (i) Artificial Intelligence (ii) Computer Graphics and Multimedia Technology and (iii) Software Engineering and Development. Information Technology with specialisation in: (i) Computer Networks and Security (ii) Computer Forensics and Information Assurance and (iii) Information Management Analysis.
(e) Department of Microbiology
(i) Postgraduate diploma in Microbiology
(ii) MSc with specialisation in: (i) Medical Microbiology (ii) Environmental Microbiology and (iii) Industrial Microbiology
(f) Department of Physics
(i) Postgraduate diploma in Physics
(ii) MSc with specialisation in: (i) Atmospheric Physics (ii) Solid State Physics and (iii) Applied Geophysics.
(iii)PhD with options in (i) Atmospheric Physic (ii) Solid State Physics and (iii) Applied Geophysics.
(g) Department of Plant Science & Biotechnology
(i) Postgraduate diploma in (i) Plant Taxonomy/Biosystematics (ii) Mycology and Phytopathology
(iii) Cytogenetics (iv) Plant Breeding and (v) Plant Physiology.
(ii) MSc with specialisation in: (i) Plant Biosystematics/Taxonomy (ii) Mycology/Plant Pathology
(iii) Plant Physiology and (iv) Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding.
(iii)PhD with options in (i) Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics (ii) Pathology and Mycology and (iii) Plant Physiology.
(h) Department of Statistics
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics
(ii) MSc, MSc/PhD and PhD in Statistics
(a) Department of Economics
(i) Postgraduate Diploma, (ii) MSc (iii) PhD with specialisation in:
(iv) Public Sector Economics & Finance
(iv) Industrial Economics
(v) Development Economics
(b) Department of Geography and Environmental Management (i) Postgraduate diploma in Environmental Management (ii) M.Sc. in Geography & Environmental Management (iii) M.Sc in Environmental Management (iv) Ph.D in Geography & Environmental Management (v) Ph.D in Environmental Management
(c) Department of Mass Communication
(a) Mass Communication Postgraduate Diploma and MSc Ph.D with options in: (i) Print Sequence (ii) Electronic (Broadcast) Sequence (iii) Theory and Research Sequence
(b) Public Relations i. Postgraduate Diploma in Public Relations ii. MSc in Public Relations
(d) Department of Political Science
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in: – International Relations (PGDIR) – Developmental Studies (PGD, DS) – Intelligence and Strategic Studies – Public Administration (PGDPA)
(ii) Masters Degree Programmes – MSc in – International Relations and Diplomacy – Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies – Intelligence and Security Studies – Developmental Studies – MSc in Public Administration with options in: (i) Local Government Administration (ii) Human
Resources Management and (iii) Public Sector Management.
– Master of Public Administration (MPA)
(iii) Ph.D in Political Science with options in: (i) International Relations and Diplomacy (ii) International Political Economy and (iii) Developmental Studies.
(vi) Ph.D in Public Administration with options in: (i) Local Government Administration (ii) Human Resources Management and (iii) Public Sector Management.
(f) Department of Psychology
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
(ii)M.Sc. with options in (i) Clinical Psychology (ii) Industrial Psychology and (iii) Counselling
(iii) Ph.D with options in (i) Clinical Psychology (ii) Industrial Psychology and (iii) Counselling Psychology
(g) Department of Sociology
(i) Postgraduate Diploma in Sociology
(ii) Criminology & Security Studies
(ii) Masters Degree with options in: – Sociology of Development – Rural Sociology – Industrial Sociology – Personnel and Human Resources Management
(iii) PhD Programmes with options in: – Sociology of Development – Rural Sociology
1. General
All prospective applicants must possess ab initio at least 5 O’level Credit passes at not more than 2 sittings from WASC, GCE, NABTEB, NECO or TC II. For all Social Science courses, a credit in Mathematics is required. Apart from the basic UME of five credits, two of the credits must be in English and Mathematics in all disciplines in the Faculty of Education. Any candidate who does not satisfy the O’level requirements for the courses of choice shall not be considered for admission.
In addition, there are specific Departmental/Faculty requirements, which applicants have to meet. Details of these are available on this portal.
2. Postgraduate Diploma Programmes
Applicants must hold a good honours degree or at least HND, from an institution recognised by the Senate of Imo State University, Owerri. However, applicants for PGD in Construction Management may be considered if they have certain other certificates plus not less than ten years post qualification experience in a related field. For PGD in Medical Laboratory Science, applicants must possess AIMLS/AIMLT or FIMLT or equivalent qualifications registerable with the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN).
3. Masters Degree Programmes
a) A minimum of Bachelor’s Degree with second class honours in relevant discipline, or Postgraduate Diploma at Credit or Higher level in the relevant discipline, or equivalent qualification.
b) For Masters Degree in Education (Measurement and Evaluation) the candidates must have adequate mathematics background.
c) Applicants for M.Sc. Architecture may be required to present a portfolio of their work and/or appear for interview.
d) MPA applicants must have a minimum of five years postgraduate working experience.
e) Applicants to the Masters programme will take a screen test in October 2015.
4. Ph.D Degree Programmes
Masters degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualifications with at least 3.5 GPA on 5-points grade scale or 3.00 on a 4-point scale. Applicants to the PhD programme will take a screen test in October 2015. Applicants will find information on this on the SPGS website (
5. NYSC Discharge or Exemption Certificate
Photocopies of NYSC discharge or exemption certificate must be attached to the completed application forms, to merit consideration.
6. Official Transcript
Candidates are advised to apply to their former institutions to forward authenticated copies of their transcripts under sealed cover directly to Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS). Candidates should note that their application may not be processed without all the supporting documents, including transcript, certificates, passport photographs, and referee reports.
7. Minimum Duration of Programmes
The normal duration for PGD programmes is two semesters for full-time and four semesters for part-time students. For Masters Students, it is three semesters for full-time and six semesters for part-time. For Ph.D Programmes, the minimum duration is six semesters for full time and eight semesters for part-time. In addition to the admission requirements, every candidate in regular employment must submit with his/her application a formal letter of release for Postgraduate studies issued by his/her employer.
Candidates are required to collect scratch cards from IMSU Microfinance Bank for a sum of Twenty
Thousand Naira (N20,000.00) and log on to our website at to complete the application form, print. All application forms must be completed and returned to The Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS).
The School of Postgraduate Studies expects the recommendations by referees in sealed separate envelopes; referees report could either come with the main application forms or be mailed directly to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies before the deadline for the submission of forms.
Please note that incomplete information or late submission of forms may delay/prevent action on such application.
This application shall close after two months (1st July – 30th September, 2015) from the date of this

OAU Post Utme Result 2015 Out

Oau post Utme result 2015 is now available. The management of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife has released the result of the recently conducted 2015/2016 Academic Session Post-UTME screening test.

How To Check 2015 OAU Post-UTME Result

Candidates are required to visit the oau post utme result checking portal via the link below;
Select “Post-UTME Result and Admission Status” from the drop-down menu of the first box.
Enter JAMB Reg. No. and click on submit to view result (Access Cards/Result Checkers are needed).


WAEC Announce May/June 2015 WASSCE Results The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced the release of the May/June 2015 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.
Speaking during a press conference in Lagos, the Head of National Office (HNO), Mr Charles Eguridu said that a total of 1,605,248 candidates registered for the May/June examination while 1,593,442 sat for the exam.WAEC Announce May/June 2015 WASSCE Results
He said that 864,096 of the candidates were males while 729,346 candidates were females.
In a breakdown of the results, a total of 1,498,069 candidates representing 94.01% have their results fully released while 95,373 candidates representing 5.99% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors traceable to candidates and schools.
758,849 candidates representing 47.62% obtained six credits and above while 949,862 candidates representing 59.61% obtained five credits and Eguridu
A total of 1,114,988 candidates representing 69.97% obtained credits and above in four subjects and about 1,295,915 candidates representing 78.81% obtained credits and above in three subjects.
The results of 118,101 candidates, representing 7.41% are being withheld in connection with various cases of examination malpractice.WAEC Announce May/June 2015 WASSCE Results
Eguridu said the cases are being investigated and reports of the investigations will be presented to the Nigerian Examinations Committee (NEC).
The HNO added that there was an increase in the performance of candidates when compared with the results of 2013 and 2014 examinations as 616,370 candidates, representing 38.68% obtained credits in five subjects and above including English Language and Mathematics.
Speaking on the performance of blind candidates, Mr. Eguridu said that out of 109 blind candidates that registered and sat for the examination, 20 of them, representing 18.34% obtained credit in 5 subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
He further stated that candidates will be able to check their results on the Council’s website within the next 24 hours.
To check the 2015 May/June WAEC SSCE result, follow the procedure detailed on the link below;

On the states that are owing the council, the WAEC boss said that a few of the debtor states responded by paying their debts fully or partially while a few others made promises, indicating their willingness to pay as soon as they are able to do so.WAEC Announce May/June 2015 WASSCE Results
He stated that the results of debtor-States’ candidates would be released if such States endeavour to produce bank guarantees (APGs), so that the Council will be assured that the fees will be paid.
This decision, he said, is in appreciation of the general prevailing economic challenges in the country and in order not to jeopardize the educational careers of the candidates of the indebted states.WAEC Announce May/June 2015 WASSCE Results


Sunday, August 2, 2015

Meet the 15 finalists for the #MissUnilag2015 pageant coming up on the 14th of August. Who is the prettiest?

1 (*) OGUNTI OLAJUMOKE (5.9ft) » Political Science - 300L

2 (*) OSITA CHIOMA DORA (5.9ft) » Linguistics - 300L


4 (*) CHUKWUJEKWU ESTHER CHIAMAKA (5.8ft) » Marine Science - 200L

5 (*) EGWUATU TOCHI MAUREEN (5.8ft) » Sociology - 100L

6 (*) OWOLABI VICTORIA (5.10ft) » English - 200L

7 (*) UWEM-UMOH IDARA SONIA (5.9ft) » Physiotheraphy - 200L

8 (*) UGIAGBE JEMIMAH (5.8ft) » Education - 200L

9 (*) CHIBUNDU MITCHELLE (5.10ft) » Marine Science - 300L

10 (*) OLU-OMONIYI SIMISOLA COMFORT (5.9ft) » English - 100L
11 (*) OYOSORO REBECCA (6ft) » Zoology - 200L

12 (*) OBIDIEBUBE MMESOMA PRECIOUS (6ft) » Bus. Admin - 200

13 (*) TAKIM SHARON MAMA (5.8ft) » URP - 400L

14 (*) EMEASOBA ONYINYE (5.11ft) » Marine Science - 200L

15 (*) IBIAM EVA IJEOMA (5.9ft) » IRPM - 200L


I couldn't help but counter the opinion and not facts of the thread[b][/b] that appeared on FP earlier on(Dont know why the op is so pained)I finished from a conventional university and presently pursing an LL.B program in NOUN. Contrary to what the op posted which is quite defamatory, I will like to clearly state here that despite its challenges, NOUN is the best university for those who are ready to WORK & LEARN. University of South Africa(UNISA) is an open university and same applies to many universities in the UK and US.

Here are the advantages of attending NOUN:
1. Her students are not barred from the compulsory NYSC scheme, rather, they are given exemption letters from NYSC since most of her students are either over 30years of age or must have served during his/her 1st degree.

2. B.SC Nursing has been given interim accreditation.

3. NOUN study centers are well equipped unless you are talking about the tutorial centers which are two different things entirely.

4. Less employed?? Nah.... I want to believe that there is hardly any organisation you step into that you won't find a NOUN student. So what employment are you talking about again?

5, Are students of conventional universities paid the stipulated sum after IT? NOUN students don't even need it when they already earn better.

6. Attending lectures is your choice. There are tutorial centers across and the school recently made a law that for you to lecture at the tutorial center, you must have a minimum of Masters so tell me, who are they lecturing?? Monkeys?? Also, the course materials are right there on the website, if you can't get the hard copy from the school, download it and print out. Besides you pay for course registration and not course materials.

7. Destitute, Smokers and Prostitutes?? I was a student of ABSU(A Proud Ikengress) and I think NOUN is far better when it comes to social vices in Higher Institutions.

8. NOUN students are not researchers? There is what we call DIY (Do It Yourself) and NOUN students apply it so well. NOUN supervisors are from conventional universities and what applies there, applies in NOUN too.

9. TMA and exams in year 1&2 are just honeymoon period for her students. I think you should checkout her year3 & above students.

10. Yes, NOUN is
not in the list because it has not been
included in Nigerian University Ranking

11. Student Union doest exist, yes, but there are associations that represent the interest of each department.

Like someone once said come in as a nobody but graduate as a
-probably as a computer illiterate but graduate
with vast knowledge of the computer.
-there is no bribing in the University.
-no short cut to pass.
-there is very low room or zero tolerance for
examination malpractice.
-there is no room for laziness.
-no time to waste.
-no strike to waste our precious life.
-relatively cheap.
-Access to all Federal/ State and cooperate
body scholarship
-no room for awaiting result/statement of
result but graduate and get your certificate/
Degree immediately.
- all courses accredited by NUC (confirmed)
*many frustrated Nigerian students are now
hopeful for higher education.

Your success depends mostly on you, it is
meant for students who can study and read on
their own.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

FUNAAB Post Utme & DE Form 2015 – Cut Off mark, Exam Date

Funaab post utme 2015 details announced. All applicants seeking admission into 100, 200 and 300 levels at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) are here by invited to register online for the 2015/2016 Screening Exercise.
Applications must be from suitable qualified candidates, who have chosen the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) as most preferred institution on the prescribed for obtained from JAMB.
Applicants must also possess minimum entry requirements of five (5) O’ Level credit passes in relevant subjects at one or two sittings in SSCE/GCE/NECO and fill in the same results on-line. Applicants are advised to confirm the admission requirements into the respective Degree Programmes at the University admission Portal, before logging in to fill the e-application form.
Eligibility For Screening Exercise:
Screening exercise is a mandatory requirement for both Direct Entry and UTME admission into the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB).
Post-UTME Screening Exercise: To be eligible for Post-UTME Screening Exercise candidates must have sat for the 2015/2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and scored a minimum of 180 marks in the following programmes:
Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Animal Nutrition,
Animal Physiology, Animal Production and Health, Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, Animal Breeding and Genetics, Agricultural Administration, Crop Protection, Environmental Management and Toxicology, Forestry and Wildlife Management, Horticulture, Pasture and Range Management, Plant Breeding and Seed Technology, Plant Physiology and Crop Production, Soil Science and Land Management, Water Resources Management and Agro-meteorology.
Or a minimum of 200 marks in the following programmes:
Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Microbiology Computer Science Mathematics Statistics Physics Food Science and Technology Home Science and Management Hospitality and Tourism Nutrition and Dietetics Agricultural Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechatronic Engineering Veterinary Medicine Accounting Business Administration Banking and Finance Entrepreneurial Studies.
Direct Entry Screening Exercise: Direct Entry candidates, with minimum of Upper-Credit and its equivalent, who have also applied to JAMB for admission into the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) are invited to register online.
Candidates should ensure that their Academic Transcripts are forwarded to the Registrar, FUNAAB not later than Monday, 31st August, 2015.
Application Procedure:
Eligible candidates are to access the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta FUNAAB Admission Portal on click on “Apply for Admission” and enter their JAMB UTME or JAMB Direct Entry Registration Numbers to generate and print out their Application Invoice which states their Reference Number and other information on payment of a non-refundable fee of Three Thousand Naira (N3,000.00) only, exclusive of Bank Charges.
Candidates should proceed to any of the listed banks (nationwide) on the Application Invoice slip and make payment of the prescribed fee using the Reference Number. Ensure the Bank posts the payment through the appropriate channel to reflect instantly on FUNAAB’s Admission Portal, otherwise you will not be able to proceed with your application.
After payment at the designated bank, candidates are to proceed to FUNAAB Admission Portaland complete the e-application form as appropriate.
Application open on Monday, 3rd August 2015.
Candidates are required to correctly input their Bio-data, O’Level results, OND/HND/NCE/A-Level/IJMB/JUPEB results (where applicable) and upload a recent coloured passport photograph (not more than 6 months old).
On uploading of all required details, candidates are expected to first preview and confirmentries before clicking on Submit on the acknowledgement page.
Candidates should thereafter print out the Application Form displaying their passport photograph. Correction of entered data attracts a correction fee of One Thousand Naira (N1,000) only as penalty and can be effected online not later than the closing date of the application.
No complaint of wrong Bio-Data, O’Level result, OND/HND/NCE/A-Level/IJMB/JUPEB results or blank picture would be entertained.
Candidates who up-load wrong Bio-Data, O’ Level results and UTME/OND/HND/NCE/A’Level/IJMB/JUPEB results will be automatically disqualified.
Screening Details:
The Screening Exercise is computer-based and holds on Monday, 17th August, 2015 and Tuesday, 18th August, 2015. Candidates are to check the FUNAAB Admission Portal from Friday 14th August, 2015 to verify their venue and date.
Closing Date:
Application closes on Friday, 14th August, 2015.


Fed Poly Bida Post Utme 2015 – Cut Off Mark, Exam Date

Fed poly bida post utme 2015 details announced. This is to inform all candidates who chose the Federal Polytechnic, Bida as their first, second, third and fourth choice and scored the mandatory cut-off point of 150 marks and above in the 2015 UTME, that the Post-UTME screening form is now available.
Applicants are required to pay a sum of N1,950.00 including administrative charges for the screening.
To make payment, candidates are advised to obtain the e-transact pin CODE from any branch of the following banks: FIRST BANK, UBA, ECOBANK, MAINSTREET BANK, UNITY BANK, ZENITH BANK, FIDELITY BANK, GTB, STERLING BANK, ENTERPRISE BANK, UNION BANK and thereafter load the pin number for the online Registration process by clicking “Post-UTME Screening” on the Home page of Federal Polytechnic, Bida campus portal website
Candidates are required to upload their O’Levels results obtained in not more than two sittings upon completion of their registration. Candidates who are Awaiting Results (AR) are also free to participate but should indicate “AR” in the O’Level result column.
Applicants are to check out for the CBT date from the school website. All applicants are to note that the screening will be done using COMPUTER BASE TEST (CBT).
Any candidates who fail to participate in the online result screening exercise would not be considered for admission into the Federal Polytechnic, Bida during 2015/2016 Academic Session.
Application ends on Friday, 4th September, 2015.


UNIJOS Pre-degree Science Admission Form 2015/16 Out

The University of Jos (UNIJOS) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Pre-Degree Science Programme for the 2015/2016 Academic Session.
i) Candidates must posses WASC/SSCE/NECO/GCE ‘O’ LEVEL, or equivalent with a minimum of five credits including English Language and Mathematics. Candidates awaiting results will not be considered.
ii) Candidates must possess any combination of 5 credits from the following: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Further Mathematics and Biology or Geography or Technical Drawing or Fine Art.
The Predegree Science course which is strictly science students is mainly for students of the Catchment States of Plateau, Nasarawa, Niger, Kwara, Benue and Kogi only.
Method of Application:
Application forms are available online on the University website: after the payment of the sum of Four Thousand naira (N4,000.00) only via interswitch.
Return of Completed Forms: All completed forms must be returned to the Registrar, University of Jos, P.M.B. 2084, Jos, Nigeria on or before October 1, 2015 and should contain;
i. Certified copies of academic qualifications.
ii. Two recent passport size photographs.
iii. Indigene certificate.
iv. Birth certificate/statutory declaration of age.
Note: The University does not provide accommodation for candidates offered admission into the Pre-Degree Science Programme.
2. All pre-degree science students are also required to sit for the UTME or any other prescribed examination and score a minimum National cut-off point in order to be absorbed into the University of Jos degree programmes.
Closing Date:
Application ends on 1st October, 2015.




Wednesday, July 29, 2015

FUPRE Post Utme Form 2015 – Cut Off Mark, Exam Date

Fupre post utme 2015 details announced. The Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE) invites all candidates who scored 180 and above in the May 2015 JAMB UTME to apply for the Post-UTME Screening Exercise of the University.
Only candida
tes who have five (5) credits at one sitting (including English Language and Mathematics) are eligible to apply. Candidates awaiting results may, however, be considered for the 2015/2016 admissions exercise.
Method of Application:
Candidates are to pay a non-refundable fee of Three Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N3,500.00) only (Two Thousand Naira (N2,000) as screening fee and One Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N1,500) for past questions, processing/other charges) into any of the University accounts (see details below):
1 WEMA BANK 0121403355 FUPRE e-transact
2 ZENITH BANK 1014337074 FUPRE e-transact
The teller should have the candidate’s set of names beginning with SURNAME (in capital letters) as in the UTME result slip and UTME registration number.
Applicants should note that they are to collect payment tellers for the processing fees from the designated banks anywhere in the Country.
Method of Registration:
1. Upon payment of the sum of N3,500 (Two Thousand Naira (N2,000) as screening fee and One Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N1,500) for past questions, processing/other charges) at the designated banks, candidates are expected to Register Online. This should be done by logging-on to FUPRE website: At the EPORTAL Links, Click on Post UTME Registration and then follow the instructions.
2. Candidates should scan and upload their recent colour passport photograph measuring 300 X 300 pixel snapped on red background with their two (2) ears showing on the space provided on the on-line registration form.
3. Candidates should ensure that the on-line forms are carefully filled. Candidates should follow ALL necessary instructions as purported “Mistake(s)” may lead to disqualification. Note also that deliberate disregard of instruction or failure to comply with the instructions may disqualify a candidate.
4. Please ensure that you use a password that you can remember to enable you access your result later.
5. Please check your entries properly as you may not be able to make any corrections thereafter; click on SUBMIT and print the confirmation page.
6. Kindly use functional/current e-mail addresses and Mobile Phone Numbers to enable the University contact you in the course of the Admission Exercise, whenever the need arises.
7. FUPRE Past questions can be downloaded online.
Screening Time-Table:
   College of Technology Departments Venue/Time
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Petroleum/Nat. Gas Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
Lecture Theatres,
Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun.
Off East-West Rd.10.00 a.m.
Accreditation: 8.00 a.m.
  College of Science
  • Maths/Computer Science
  • Physics
  • Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry
  • Geology/Geophysics
  • Environmental Science
Post UTME Subjects:
Courses Post-UTME Subjects
Chemical Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Computer Science, Geophysics, Mathematics and Physics Mathematics, English, Physics and Chemistry
Geology, Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry English, Biology, physics and Chemistry
Environmental Science Mathematics, English, Biology and Chemistry
Screening Details
All candidates are required to bring along the following items to the screening venue:
i) Depositor’s copy of the bank teller indicating payment of Three Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (Two Thousand Naira (N2,000) for screening fee and One Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N1,500) for past questions, processing/other charges).
ii) A copy of their on-line registration form printed in colour and three (3) photocopies
iii) Three (3) copies of JAMB UTME notification of results
iv) Four (4) colour passport sized photograph (red background) with their names at the back of the passport. The passport photograph must be the same with the one used for the registration as photo ID.
v) HB pencils and other writing materials
Candidates are not allowed to bring cell phones or any other electronic gadgets into the screening venue. Only JAMB calculators (or non-scientific calculators) are allowed.
Any UTME candidate who fails to produce himself/herself for the screening exercise will NOT be considered for admission.
Closing Date:
Online registration which could be done from any location in the Country closes by 12 midnight on 12th August, 2015.


How To Check JAMB ReAssignment Status

Jamb announce details for checking of school reassignment status. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) wishes to inform the general public, most especially 2015 post-UTME candidates, that the portal for the checking of the institutions candidates are transferred to has been activated.
Follow the steps listed below to check the school you are reposted to free;
1) Visit the JAMB website on (
2) On the “2015 UTME” menu, click on “Check Where you have been posted for Admission”
3) Enter your JAMB Registration No. in the space provided and click “Check”


Anambra State University Postgraduate Admission Form 2015/2016 Out

Ansu postgraduate form 2015 is out. The Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU), Uli invites applications from suitable qualified candidates for admission into the Postgraduate programmes leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Degree of Masters (MA, MBA, M.Sc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degrees.
Admission Requirements:
For Departmental requirements, consult the Postgraduates Handbook, obtainable from the School of Postgraduates Studies.
Please note that the minimum grade for admission into the Masters Degree programme is a Second Class Lower Division while that of the Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D is 3.5 obtained at the Masters Degree level on a 5 point scale.
Method of Application:
Application forms are obtainable at the School of Postgraduate Studies, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Uli and lgbariam Campuses on the payment of the sum of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000.00) only made payable to Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University in any of the underlisted banks.
Applicants should also provide their email address, telephone number and two self-addressed, stamped official envelops.
The recommended Banks are;
Completed Application forms with all necessary enclosures should be submitted to:
The School of Postgraduate Studies,
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, Uli and Igbariam campuses– Anambra State.
Closing Date
Application ends Wednesday, 30th September, 2015.


Delta State Poly Otefe-Oghara Post Utme Form 2015 – Cut off, Exam Date

The Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe-Oghara invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the Post-UTME Screening Exercise of the institution for 2015/2016 Academic Session.
(i) All candidates who chose Delta State Poly Otefe Oghara as their first or second choice and scored 150 and above in the 2015 UTME.
(ii) Candidates who chose other polytechnics but wish to change to Delta Poly Otefe and scored a minimum of 150 having changed from JAMB.
How To Apply:
Prospective candidates are to pay a non-refundable processing fee of Five thousand naira only (N5,000.00) for the screening forms at any branch of the following banks at Oghara;
a. Zenith Bank: 1011039906
b. Union Bank: 0029640051
c. UBA: 1010564157
d. ECObank: 4742022145
Screening forms are available for collection at Admissions Office, Delta State Poly Otefe-Oghara on the presentation of bursary receipt of N5,o00.00 processing fee.
Screening Exercise Date:
The screening exercise takes place in all departments on the scheduled dates 15th, 16th and 17th September, 2015 at 9am.
Document required for the screening are;
1) JAMB and Internet Result slip.
2) O/L results.
3) Certificate of Local Government of Origin.
4) Two recent passport photographs.
5) The Screening Form (photocopy).
6) Writing materials.
Available Courses:
i. Accountancy
ii. Banking and Finance
iii. Business Administration and Management
iv. Computer Engineering
v. Computer Science
vi. Electrical Electronics Engineering
vii. Mechanical Engineering Technology
viii. Statistics
ix. Science Laboratory Technology (SLT)
x. Welding and Fabrication Technology
Closing Date:
The application forms should reach the Admissions office on or before 11th September, 2015.
Please Note:
(i) No institution is affiliated to the polytechnic.
(ii) No person or group of persons have been appointed as Agents for the sale of application form.


Tuesday, July 28, 2015

UNIOSUN Post Utme Form 2015 – Exam Date, Cut off Mark

The Osun State University (UNIOSUN) wishes to notify candidates who chose the institution as their First choice in 2015 UTME, with a minimum score of 180, that the post-UTME screening form is now available.
However, candidates that scored less than 200 would not be considered for admission into any of the underlisted programmes:
Business Administration
Political Science
Also, candidates that are interested in the following programmes but did not choose UNIOSUN can apply: Public Health, Physiology, Guidance and Counseling, Educational Management, Agronomy,  Plant Biology, Zoology, Fisheries, Wildlife Management , and Mathematics.
The University is not admitting candidates for MBBS (Medicine) programme for the 2015/2016 academic session. Candidates for the MBBS programme may wish to change to any of the programmes in the University for which they are qualified or apply for a change of institution to other Universities.
Candidates are to register on-line by accessing the University website: or the Post UTME portal at to complete and submit an application. They are expected to print two (2) copies of the application form after submission. One of these two copies should be brought along together with a copy of the candidate’s UTME score print-out on the day of the screening exercise. The second copy is to be submitted upon admission to the University.
Direct Entry candidates should complete the form on-line following the same process as above and report on the screening day. They are also expected to forward their Academic Transcript to the Registrar of Osun State University.
The screening exercise will hold from Tuesday 11th to Friday 14th August 2015 at 9am – 5pm.
All candidates (UTME and Direct Entry) are to report for screening at the date and centres indicated on their online registration printout.
Candidates must report at least one hour before the commencement of the exercise. Candidates should also note that the screening exercise is to be Computer Based Testing (CBT), as well as Oral Interview.
Visit the Uniosun Post UTME Portal via or This will take you to the online Application Platform. Ensure you read all registration guidelines and instructions before proceeding to register.
Payment of five thousand naira (N5, 000.00) for the Post UTME online Application is through the UNIOSUN WebPAY platform using Interswitch enabled Debit/ATM cards (MasterCard and Verve).
NOTE: On-line registration facilities are available at the Computer Laboratories in all the campuses for a token fee for candidates.
CLOSING DATE: Submission of forms closes at 12.00 noon on Monday 10th August, 2015.


DELSU Post Utme Form 2015 – Cut Off Mark, Exam Date

Delsu post utme 2015 details announced. This is to inform all candidates who chose Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka in the 2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) that the Screening Exercise Form is now available.
Although Jamb decided the cut off for the Delta State University, Abraka, all candidates who chose DELSU as their first choice of University and scored 180 and above can apply, but they must submit a copy of the jamb result with a scratch card attached to verify the result.
Candidates are required to visit to generate a virtual PIN with N3,000.00 (three thousand naira only) for the screening and for accessing the result online.
This does not include bank charges. Payment should be made to any of the following banks: Unity Bank, Ecobank, UBA, Zenith Bank, Fidelity Bank.
Ensure that Jamb Registration Number and Names are correctly entered. Errors will not be entertained.
i. Visit
ii. Click online Application
iii. Click Start
iv. Click Post-UTME or Post-Direct entry
v. Click Start
vi. Complete the form with valid JAMB Registration Number
vii. Submit the form and generate PIN
viii. Print out the PIN generated
ix. Visit any of the specified banks for payment
(a) Candidates should with the PIN for payment access and complete the Delta State University, Abraka, 2015 POST-UTME Screening form online at with their recent coloured passport sized photograph scanned to the JPEG format and not more than 20kb in size.
(b) Candidates are advised to use the virtual PIN immediately after payment, as it will be invalid after six (6) hours after its generation.
(c) Candidates are advised to read the instructions on the front page of the website before completing the form.
(d) Candidates must confirm the JAMB registration number at the point of application, as there will be no result for wrong JAMB registration numbers. The University will not be held responsible for wrong JAMB registration number entered and other errors made by any applicant at the point of application. Your application will not be successful if you enter a Local Government/State of origin different from the one indicated on your JAMB registration form.
(e) Candidates must enter a valid mobile phone number and e-mail address with which the University will communicate with candidates on venue.
(f) Candidates should visit to print venue of examination a day after closure of application form.
Screening will commence on 19th August, 2015 at 8.00am. The venue for the examination will be at sites II and III.
The Post UTME shall be by Computer Based Test (CBT)
SUBJECT FOR SCREENING: Candidates will be screened for knowledge in the relevant UME subjects for their chosen course of study.
Candidates are expected to identify their venue and seat number before the scheduled date of examination.
Candidates are required to come to the screening venue with the following:
i. A copy of print-out of venue and seat number
ii. A copy of the print-out of completed on-line confirmation of application.
iii. UTME Result Slip.
iv. Two recent passport sized coloured photographs with the full names of candidate and signature on the reversed side of the photograph.
Note: Candidates are to log in ONLY the courses they choose from Delta State University, Abraka in UTME
GSM phones and bags are  not allowed into the screening venue.
Parents, Guardians and well wishers will not be allowed to stay around the venue of the screening exercise. Any person caught impersonating will be handed over to the police and the candidate impersonated will automatically be disqualified.
Application website closes at 6.00p.m. on Friday 14th August, 2015





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