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    I am doing this because of requests i got from friends, jambites.

    Well, the normal cutoff mark of jamb is 180 though the are yet to announce it.
    It is expedient for me to begin this list by pointing out that this list is not complete. Maybe i will have to work more on that net
    CODED BRINGS TO YOU WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING For...

    Let's start with

    Federal University of Technology FUT, Minna - 190
    *. Kwara Poly, - 180
    *. University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT - 200/180 depending on course
    *. Federal University of Technology Owerri, FUTO - 180 UTME cutoff
    *. Kaduna State University, KASU - 180 UTME cutoff (first choice only)
    *. Lagos State Polytechnic, LASPOTECH - 180 cutoff
    *. University of Ibadan, UI - 200 (First choice only)
    *. Lagos State University, LASU - 200
    *. Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, MOUAU - 180*. Imo State University IMSU,now Evan Enwerem University EEU - 180
    *. University of Benin, UNIBEN - 200
    *. Anambra State University,ANSU - No official figure probably 180
    *. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, NAU/UNIZIK - 180 first choice only (no official link)
    *. Enugu State University of Science & Tech - 180
    *. Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA - 200
    *. Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU - 200
    *. Adekunle Ajasin University - 200 (minimumUTME score)
    *. Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED - 180 (first choice only)
    *. University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN - 200 (minimum UTME cut-off)
    *. Rivers State University ofScience and Technology, RSUST - 180 (1st choice only)
    *. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta UNAAB - 180 (minimum UTME cut-off)
    *. Delta State University, Abraka, DELSU - 180 (minimum UTME cut-off)
    *. Abia State University, Uturu, ABSUU - 180
    *. University of Ilorin, Unilorin - 200 (240 for medicine)
    *. University of Lagos - 200(minimum post UTME cutoff)
    *. Niger Delta University - 180 Cutoff mark will vary depending on your chosen course

    I am still your friend, CODED

    Please Note: This information is an extract of what was obtainable last year (2010/2011 Session) and does not reflect the actual cut off for this year (2011/2012 session)

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    Departments in federalpoly nekede and course duration

    1) FULL PROFESSIONAL POST HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
    (POST HND) (24 Calendar Months 2 Years)
    (2) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (MORNING -2 YEARS, EVENING – 2 YEARS WEEKEND -2 YEARS)

    AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES

    1. Accountancy (AC)
    2. Banking and Finance (BF)
    3. Business Administration and Management (BAM)
    4. Marketing (MK)
    5. Purchasing and Supply (PS)
    6. Office Technology and Management (OTM)
    7. Public Administration (PA)
    8. Co-operative Economics and Management (CEM)
    9. Agricultural Engineering (AE)
    1. Farm Power & Machinery Engineering (option)
    2. Soil/Water Resources (option)
    3. Post Harvest Engineering (option)
    10. Civil Engineering (CE)
    1. Structural Engineering (option)
    2. Transportation Engineering (option)
    11. Electrical/Electronics Engineering (EE)
    1. Power
    2. Telecommunications (option)
    12. Mechanical Engineering (ME)
    1. Production (option)
    2. Air-condition and Refrigeration/Building Services (option)
    3. Automotive Engineering (option)
    13. Computer Science (CS)
    14. Architecture (AR)
    15. Building Technology (BT)
    16. Estate Management (EM)
    17. Urban and Regional Planning (URP)
    18. Quantity Surveying (QS)
    19. Surveying and Geo Informatics (SUG)
    20. Food Technology (FT)
    21. Science Technology (ST)
    1. Biology/Micro Biology (option)
    2. Chemistry (option)
    3. Physics/Electronics (option)
    4. Environmental Biology (option)
    5. Micro-Biology/bio-chemistry (option)
    22. Library Science (LS)
    23. Statistics (STA)

    Admission Requirements: (See Current Admission Brochure on the internet)
    3. NATIONAL DIPLOMA (EVENING-2 YEARS/WEEKEND – 2 YEARS) AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES:

    1. Accountancy (AC)
    2. Banking and Finance (BF)
    3. Business Admission and Management (BAM)
    4. Marketing (MK)
    5. Purchasing and Supply (PS)
    6. Public Administration (PA)
    7. Co-operative Economics and Managements (CEM)
    8. Office Technology and Management (OTM)
    9. Agricultural Engineering (AE)
    10. Civil Engineering (CE)
    11. Electrical/Electronics Engineering (EE)
    12. Mechanical Engineering (ME)
    13. Computer Science (CS)
    14. Food Technology (FT)
    15. Library Science (LS)
    16. Science Technology (ST)
    17. Fisheries Technology (FIT)
    18. Statistics (STA)
    19. Architecture (AR)
    20. Building Technology (BT)
    21. Estate Management (EM)
    22. Quantity Surveying (QS)
    23. Surveying and Geo informatics (SUG)
    24. Urban & Regional Planning (URP)
    25. Mass Communication (MC)

    Admission Requirements: (See Current Admission Brochure on the internet)
    CERTIFICATE COURSES – COTINUING EDUCATION CENTRE (CEC) – 1 YEAR
    AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES

    1. Library Science
    1. Certificate in Library Science
    2. Accountancy
    3. Community Banking
    4. Purchasing and Stores
    1. Certificate in Purchasing and Stores
    2. Advanced Certificate in Purchasing and Stores
    5. Salesmanship
    1. Certificate in Salesmanship
    2. Advanced Certificate in Salesmanship
    6. Secretarial Admission
    1. Certificate in Secretarial Administration (CSIV/Sec. Ass. II)
    2. Intermediate Certificate in Secretarial Administration
    3. (SCIII/Senior Sec. Ass).
    7. Mechanical Engineering
    1. Certificate in Machine Tools Practice
    2. Advanced Certificate in Machine Tools Practice
    3. Certificate in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration
    4. Advanced Certificate in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
    5. Certificate in Vehicle Maintenance
    8. Electrical/Electronics Engineering
    9. Building Technology
    1. Certificate in Building Technology
    2. Advanced Certificate in Building Technology
    10. Estate Management
    1. Certificate in Estate Management
    11. Surveying and Geo-informatics
    1. Certificate in Surveying and Geo-informatics
    12. Town and Regional Planning
    1. Certificate in town planning
    13. Mass Communication
    1. Certificate in Mass Communication
    2. Advanced Certificate in Mass Communication

    S/N. COURSES AVAILABLE DURATION
    14. Certificate in Electric Motor Rewinding and Repairs 12 weeks
    15. Certificate in Electrical Installation 12 weeks
    16. Certificate in Advanced Electrical Installation 12 weeks
    17. Certificate in Geographical Information System (GIS) 26 weeks
    18. Certificate in Fisheries Technology 12 weeks
    19. Certificate in Auto Mechanics 36 weeks
    20. Certificate in Welding and Fabrication 36 weeks
    21. Certificate in Fitting and Machine 36 weeks
    22. Certificate in Foundry 36 weeks
    23. Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 36 weeks
    24. Certificate in Computer Literacy 3 months
    25. Certificate in Computer Operations 6 months
    26. Certificate in Computer Maintenance 6 months
    27. Certificate in Information Communication Technology 1 year

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    Unizik V.C Thumbs Up For Jamb!


    Prof. B. C Egboka V.C Unizik
    "Following his observations during the just concluded UTME after a comprehensive monitoring of centres under UNIZIK charge, the Vice-Chancellor, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Prof. Boniface C. E. Egboka has thumbed up for JAMB level of organisation so far.

    Speaking to UNIZIK Bulletin after the exercise, the Vice-Chancellor observed that Nigerians are becoming wonderful, commending Registrar/Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde for the arrangements that saw a successful examination with little complaints at UNIZIK Centres.

    He expressed satisfaction with the University staff who worked during the exercise, “one is very happy our staff from various units, security, MICTU, etc performed very well. Our security Unit and anti-cult Squad with the police, SSS and civil Defence provided a very tight security serviceâ€

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    Jamb Change Of Course/Institution


    After the release of the 2011 UTME results; we have received uncountable inquiry/requests from numerous candidates demanding our professional assistance on a possible and viable change of course and or Institution.

    Why would someone need to change his or her choice of course/school?
    There are obviously three good reasons why a candidate may need to change his/her jamb choice of course or institution or both:
    Case 1A. Due to Low UTME score:
    After the release of Jamb results, the next thing to face is post-UTME and admissions. Now take for instance that someone applied for a federal university who will probably fix a cut-off mark of 200 and above; if such candidate scored less than 200, it simply means he/she has lost the admission. In this case the change of institution to a state-owned/private University becomes necessary. State universities generally fix cut-off marks below 200.
    Case 1B. Due to Low UTME score
    Just like case 1A above, this happens when a candidate chose a very competitive course like Law, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy, Engineering, etc. Several courses have greater number of applicants than others and such courses invariably attract very high cut-off marks. To avoid being left aside a candidate is advised to go for change of course within the same institution/faculty.
    Case 2. Incomplete O'level results
    In this case candidates who may have ran into deficiency of required credit passes in some key/relevant subjects may decide to go for change of course to accommodate themselves.
    Case 3. Other causes
    These includes several factors ranging from finance, change in Geographical locations, Parent's suggestions, Fear of Tribal differences, etc. Such cases treated under this heading result to change of institution.
    How do i apply for change of Institution/course?
    I hereby announce my willingness to assist candidates who may wish to change their courses or institution or both. This service started on Monday, 27th June, 2011 and last for a period of 14 days.

    Interested candidates should call 07033786886

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    How to be a very successful student at the university

    While it may be true that not everyone learns in the most effective way by doing the same things, there are certain fundamentals that you can follow in order to virtually guarantee yourself academic success during your time at University. No matter what degree you take or what College you're enrolled in, University classes are all structured in similar ways. Lectures, text book readings, assignments, projects, quizzes, midterm and final exams. Knowing the format of the class beforehand allows students to create a strategy that when implemented and stuck to, results in good grades and less stress. Here are my top 10 study habits you should try to implement into your strategy for academic success at University!

    #10 - Take Extensive Notes
    Probably the most tedious of our top 10, taking good notes is hard to do consistently. In our present world, many students find it difficult to maintain their focus long enough to record the information given out during lectures. However, when time comes to write a quiz/test/exam you'll be glad you have that pile of notes to review and refresh your brain with. Taking good notes is in itself an act of learning, as one cannot write something down that doesn't make sense on some level. This small act goes a long way in creating the foundation for a solid understanding of the material being covered. Taking notes also has the added bonus of keeping your brain occupied and awake by staving off restlessness and boredom. An excellent method is also to scribble down everything that seems useful in some manner, almost as if you were transcribing the lecture. Later the same, transfer and rewrite the notes into an understandable form in another notebook. This will cement the information into your mind, moving the material from your short term memory into your long term. Lastly, notes have become a source of income for many students as those who take excellent notes are often sought after by the lazier students who are willing to pay a premium for a great set of notes to study from. You will not only get good grades, but you will be getting paid to do so as well. If that's not really cool...i don't know what else it is!!!

    #9 - Obtain Old Exams and Assignments
    If possible, try to find exams and assignments from previous years to give yourself a good idea of what subject matter the instructors are most likely to test you on. They don't have to have the answers to be useful and in fact for many students they are even more useful without because this way the student can attempt the exam/assignment as a check of their knowledge, identifying any weak areas that they should go back and re-study. Old exams and assignments are often made available through class websites, student union websites, or through College clubs or associations. One common tactic many students use for science classes with a lab section is to find a graded lab notebook from a previous year. Labs are notoriously difficult in terms of time constraints and for what's expected from a student lab report. Having a format to follow along with is an incredible help and knowing where not to make mistakes is valuable as well.

    #8 - Begin Studying For Exams EARLY
    Between academics and your social life, time is not something you'll have lots of throughout your University career. But one thing you should always make time for is exam studying. There's nothing worse than leaving all of your studying for the night before an important test or exam. The stress causes your brain to panic and when you panic, you won't learn as well as you normally would. Studying a little bit each night during the week leading up to the exam will not only make you better prepared but it will remove most of the stress you'd have if you had left your studying for the last minute. Early exam studying allows a student to identify weak spots in their understanding and to prioritize their studying accordingly. Just imagine studying until the early morning of the day of your exam only to find you've completely ignored a section that you have little or no understanding in. Don't let that happen by studying EARLY!

    #7 - Use a Laptop During Class If Possible
    If permitted, use a laptop for note-taking during your lectures. Most students can type faster than they can write so they will be able to record much more information than they normally would. If the classroom has WiFi you'll have the added ability to research topics you're unsure of during lulls or breaks in the lecture. If a professor uses a word you've never heard before, just alt-tab over to dictionary.com and look it up! There are many uses for a laptop during class, I'll let you imagine the other not-so-academic uses. Many students have grown up with a computer being a staple in their lives so it's only natural to use it as a tool for learning as well. Even if you don't have one...try and get one.

    #6 - Use Your Time Wisely
    In between classes as well as before and after school, there are many opportunities to sneak in some studying or homework that many students either don't realize or just don't use. I've known people who would study on the bus during the ride to and from school. I've also known people that would combine their time at the gym with their study time! Just bring your notes and instead of watching the TV's and listening to your iPod, wear ear plugs and read your notes. You get a workout for your body and for your brain! Always keep your notes handy and try to use any spare time you have even for simple review to make sure you're on top of the material. All of those small moments you fill with studying will really add up to a solid understanding and you'll find that you require less studying when exam time arrives. That's huge.

    #5 - Get Your Questions Resolved !
    This means that information in your particular field of study is cumulative and the last stuff you learned will be instrumental in understanding the next stuff! So anytime you don't understand something or have a question about the subject matter, get your question answered as soon as you can. Whether by asking during or after class, or even by asking a fellow student, you need to stay on top of the subject matter in order to be ready for the next stuff that's coming. Don't let the holes in your understanding be knowledge pits for the future!

    #4 - Get To Know Some of Your Classmates
    This one can be extremely difficult and stressful for many people these days. Meeting people is becoming increasingly difficult in a world of social stigmas and fears of disapproval. I'm not going to tell you how to meet people, just that when you do, the benefits will be immediately apparent. Having a buddy to sit with during class, having someone to lean on for notes from a lecture that you missed, being able to bounce questions and ideas off of somebody, and most importantly having someone to check your assignment answers with before you hand it in, are all spectacular reasons to swallow your nerves and start saying "Hi! My name is...." to the people in your class...and don't have too many female friends.

    #3 - Explore Other Class Resources
    Many class outlines will have "optional" reading listed along with the required textbook. This is often a HUGE opportunity for easy marks and guaranteed success in the particular class. Professors are humans just like me and you. Their job is to relay the required material and then test you on it. If they're using the required textbook as reference for the learning part, where do you think they're going to get the material for the testing part? If you said "the required textbook", you're wrong ! Professors will often take test questions out of their favorite textbooks, resulting in quality assessments from a trusted source. Those favorite textbooks are often listed as optional reading material either on the class website or on the course outline. Also don't forget the mighty Internet. YouTube is an insane resource for How-to's, recorded lectures from other schools, and general knowledge videos on every subject matter imaginable. Use Wikipedia and Google as well to find extra(often better!) resources on whatever it is that you're struggling with.

    #2 - Pre-Read Lecture Material
    I discovered this one by accident, even if it is, or should be common sense in secondary school. One night I was bored. Really bored. I grabbed a text book for a class whose lecture I had the next morning and I began reading from the point we stopped at in the previous lecture. It was difficult to understand and took a lot of focus to push through it but the next day in class while listening to the teacher, it crystallized in my mind and was easy from then on. It had the added benefit of being committed to my long term memory giving me a greater and more thorough understanding of the material. It makes sense if you think about it, I was essentially learning the material twice. Once independently and once with the help of an expert. These combined into a solid understanding that I still possess to this day. Now I'd love to suggest that you do this for every class, every night. But we all know that isn't reasonable so what I do suggest is that you use this technique for anything that you deem to be very difficult or abstract. That way you'll have a great head start on understanding and mastering the hard stuff, leaving plenty of time for filling in the gaps with the easy stuff!

    #1 - Go To Class!
    While going to class sounds too simple to be our #1 most effective studying habit, it truly is and I'll tell you why. Going to class not only keeps you disciplined and focused on what you're at University to do, but it also lets you absorb the subject matter simply by sitting through the lectures. If you're an auditory learner this is huge because just listening to the lectures will create an understanding that should be enough to pass the class in itself! If you're a visual learner then watching the notes being written on the board or reading through the slides (if available in your university) during the presentation will give you the necessary understanding to pass the class. Going to class also ensures you have the latest news on assignments, tests, quizzes, and exams straight from your Professor's mouth. You don't want to be that student that shows up for class once a week only to find there's a scheduled test on that day! Simply going to your classes like you're supposed to is much more powerful than most students realize. If you look at the nine tips before this you'll see that most of them actually require this step as a pre-requisite so that should also be an indicator of how important it is to attend your classes without fail.

    I hope you found this article very useful...I will still keep you on more updates on success tips at the university.

    CODED

    You can also reach me on this number 07033786886

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    @ Coded i got d info frm  H.O.D of Geology dat Unizik cut off 4 any department is 200 apart frm medicine 250.

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    @ Coded i got d info frm  H.O.D of Geology dat Unizik least cut off 4 any department is 200. My junior bro got 199 in jamb.

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    He should change his course to education or change the institution

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    Nice work in here! Thumbs up man!

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    coded, i nid neco (econs) questions and answers against 2moro, pls wen can i come back 2 check?

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    @ coded u recieve any info about Unizik pls drop it here or inbox me

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    i need crs essay

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    It is hard to get neco questions but I would try my possible best

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    POST-UME COMING UP THIS MONTH

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    coded u again!!! Wat do u want dis tym anoda money or

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    INFORMATION KEEPS YOU AHEAD OF OTHERS

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    Guy drop info on university of calaba and ABU zaria.

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    The Federal Polytechnic Ilaro Ogun State present For those people who did not do well on their jamb examination and wishes to be in school at all cost, here, you have the opportunity with Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro.
    The Federal Polytechnic Ilaro Ogun State HND and ND partime Form is out if anyone have interest on it and u can obtain your form at federal polytechnic ilaro micro finance bank, within the school premises

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    Fresh round of instability is imminent in the nation’s ivory towers as the
    three major non-academic unions in the university system have threatened
    to go on strike following the non-implementation of a pact they had
    with the Federal Government in 2009.
    The three unions, which issued the threat during a joint press
    conference in Abuja on Saturday, are the Non-Academic Staff Union,
    Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities and the Nigerian
    Association of Academic Technologists.
    The threat to embark on strike is coming barely 48 hours after the
    Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress handed a two-
    week ultimatum to the Federal Government to commence the
    implementation of the N18, 000 minimum wage.
    The National Presidents of NASU, SSANU and NAAT, Mrs. Ladi
    Iliya, Mr. Promise Adewusi and Alhaji Abdulateef Jokomba
    respectively accused the government of unwillingness to implement the
    agreement.
    Adewusi, who spoke on behalf of the unions, said the Federal
    Government had not implemented key aspects of the agreement, which
    hinged on responsibility, excess workload, laboratory and workshop, as
    well as studio, clinical, and hazard allowances, among others.
    The Federal Government, he said, had also not implemented the
    agreement on the 65-year retirement age for non-academic workers in the
    universities.
    Rather than pass an executive bill on the issue, the last National
    Assembly, he said, opted to pass an individual member bill, which only
    harmonised the retirement age of academic staff of polytechnics and
    colleges of education with their counterparts in the universities without
    treating the issue of the 65 years retirement age.

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    University of Nigeria Nsukka-No Admission Into Medicine & Surgery
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    University of Nigeria Nsukka-No Admission Into Medicine & Surgery-The Management of The Lions and Lionesses, the University of Nigeria Nsukka has recently made it open to the public that the university will not be admitting candidates into her undergraduate programme in medicine and surgery this 2011/2012 academic session.This disheartening news is however not unconnected with the University of Nigeria’s medical accreditation problem as published by Nigerian University Commission-NUC last year.

    Prospective candidates who chose medicine and Surgery in UNN as their choice course is therefore advised to go for change of course/institution.

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    OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
    2011/2012 ADMISSION INTO FULL PROFESSIONAL POST HIGHERNATIONAL DIPLOMA IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING, HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND: MORNING/EVENING/WEEKEND),
    NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND: EVENING/WEEKEND) AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM MES

    Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified

    candidates for admission into the various programmes of the Polytechnic for the
    2011/2012 Academic Year. Programmes are available at the following levels: Full
    Professional Post Higher National  Diploma, in Urban & Regional Planning,
    Higher National Diploma (HND: Morning/Evening/Weekend),  National Diploma (ND:
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    1. FULL PROFESSIONAL POST HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (POST HND) (24 Calendar Months 2
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    2. HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (MORNING -2 YEARS, EVENING – 2 YEARS WEEKEND -2 YEARS)



    3.  NATIONAL DIPLOMA (EVENING-2 YEARS/WEEKEND – 2 YEARS) AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES:



    Admission Requirements: (See Current Admission Brochure on the internet)
    METHOD OF APPLICATION
    Payments for Admission Forms are made through eTranzact in any branch of the designated Banks at the cost of N5,000 (five thousand Naira) only. While that of Certificate courses is N3, 000.00 (three thousand naira).

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    Listed below are the Universities in Nigeria with their addresses, more information on the universities can be found using this link: Nigerian Universities ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UTURU
    P.M.B. 704, OKIGWE, ABIA STATE.
    Founded: 1983
    Ownership: State Government
    Faculty: 400
    Enrollment: 15,389 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 088-220785

    ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY
    P.M.B 0248, BAUCHI – BAUCHI STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1988
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 260
    Enrolment: 4000 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 077-543500, 077-542065
    Fax: 077-542065
    E-mail:vc@atbunet.org
    Web: http://www.atbunet.org/

    ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY
    P.M.B. 34 AKUNGBA-AKOKO, ONDO STATE

    AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, SAMARU, ZARIA
    P.M.B.1013, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1962
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 2064
    Enrolment: 29,832 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 069-550581, 551292, 550691
    Fax: 069-550022, 550891, 551575
    E-mail:vc@abu.edu.ng

    ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    P.M.B 02, ULI ANAMBRA STATE.

    BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO
    P.M.B 3011, KANO STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1977
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 454
    Enrolment: 15,560 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 064-665023.
    Fax: 064-665904, 665904.
    E-mail:vc@buk.edu.ng

    BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY, MAKURDI
    P.M.B. 102119 BENUE STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1995
    Ownership: State Government
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 044-533811

    DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY ASABA
    P.M.B 1, ABRAKA, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1990.
    Ownership: State Government.
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 054-66027, 66024.

    AMBROSE ALI UNIVERSITY, EKPOMA
    P.M.B. 14, EKPOMA, EDO STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1981
    Ownership: State Government
    Faculty: 437
    Enrolment: 16,000 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 055-98446, 98448

    ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU
    P.M.B. 01660, ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA
    Founded: 1980
    Ownership: State Government
    Faculty: 287
    Enrolment: 9,267
    Telephone: 042-451244 Fax: 042-335705

    FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AKURE
    P.M.B. 704, AKURE, ONDO STATE, NIGERIA
    Founded: 1981
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 250
    Enrolment: 4225 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 034-200090-99: 241039: 230190
    Fax: 034-230450: 232190: 242190
    E-mail: root@futa.oauinfe.edu.ng

    FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA
    P.M.B. 65, NIGER STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1983
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 270
    Enrolment: 4318 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 066-222887
    Fax: 066-224482
    E-mail: futmx@skannet.com

    FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI
    P.M.B. 1526 OWERRI, IMO STATE, NIGERIA
    Founded: 1980
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 235
    Enrolment: 4050
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 083-233546; 230974
    E-mail: vc@futo.edu.ng

    FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, YOLA
    P.M.B. 2076, YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1980
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 204
    Enrolment: 3515 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 075-625532, 624416
    Fax: 075-625176, 625148
    E-mail: vc@futy.edu.ng

    IMO STATE UNIVERSITY OWERRI
    P.M.B. 2000, OWERRI, IMO STATE, NIGERIA
    Founded: 1981
    Ownership: State Government
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 083-231433; 233055;
    Fax: 083-232716

    KANO STATE UNIVERSITY BAGAUDA
    KANO.
    Founded: 1998
    Ownership: State Government

    KANO UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
    C/O KANO STATE COLLEGE OF ARTS,
    SCIENCE AND REMEDIAL STUDIES
    SANI ABACHA WAY, KADO

    LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
    OGBOMOSHO P.M.B 4000, OYO STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1988
    Ownership: State Government
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 038-720940; 720750.

    LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, LAGOS
    P.M.B 1087, APAPA LAGOS, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1983
    Ownership: State Government.
    Faculty: 278
    Enrolment: 7800 (1999)
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 01-884043, 01-884048;

    NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
    C/O MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
    P.M.B 44, LAFIA, NASARAWA STATE

    NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY
    P.M.B. 071, WILBERFORCE ISLAND
    BAYELSA STATE.

    NNAMDI AZIKWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
    P.M.B 5025 AWKA
    Founded: 1995
    Ownership: State Government.
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 046-550180
    Fax: 046-550082

    OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE
    ILE-IFE OSUN STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1961.
    Ownership: Federal Government .
    Faculty: 1,327
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 036-230290, 231822
    Fax: 036-233128, 232401.231822.
    E-mail: vc@oauife.edu.ng
    Web site: http://www.oauife.edu.ng

    OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, AGO-IWOYE.
    P.M.B 2002 AGO-IWOYE, OGUN STATE.
    Founded: 1982
    Ownership: State Government.
    Faculty: 269
    Enrolment: 5800
    Telephone: 037-390149; 390147.

    PRINCE ABUBAKAR AUDU UNIVERSITY,
    AYIGBA, KOGI STATE.

    UNIVERSITY OF ADO EKITI, ADO-EKITI
    P.M.B 5363, ADO EKITI, ONDO STATE.
    Founded: 1982
    Ownership: State Government
    Faculty: 226
    Enrolment: 4686- (1999).
    Telephone: 030-240711, 240370.

    RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    P.M.B 5080, PORT HARCOURT.
    Founded 1980
    Ownership: State Government.
    Faculty: 456
    Enrolment: 10465
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 084-335808
    Fax: 084-230720.
    E-mail: rsust@alpha.linkserve.com

    UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA***
    P.M.B 117, FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY, ABUJA
    Founded: 1988.
    Ownership: Federal Government
    Faculty: 150
    Enrolment: 5400
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 09-8821380
    Fax: 09-8821605
    E-mail: vc@uniabuja.edu.ng

    UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, ABEOKUTA
    P.M.B 2240, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1988
    Ownership: Federal Government.
    Faculty: 158
    Enrolment: 3235
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 039-245170
    Fax: 039-243031.

    UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, MAKURDI
    P.M.B 2373, MAKURDI, BENUE STATE, NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1988.
    Ownership: Federal Government.
    Faculty: 224
    Enrolment: 2684.
    Contact: Registrar
    Telephone: 044-333204; 533205, 533577;
    Fax: 044-531455.
    E-mail: vc@unaab.edu.ng
    Web site: http://www.unaab.edu.ng

    UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE
    UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE.
    Founded: 1988.
    Ownership: Federal Government.
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 088-220066.

    UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
    P.M.B 1154, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE NIGERIA.
    Founded: 1970.
    Ownership: Federal Government.
    Faculty: 694.
    Enrollment: 20660.
    Contact: Registrar.
    Telephone: 052-600553
    Fax: 052-241156.
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    The Nigerian government has approved the appointment of vice-
    chancellors (VC) and registrars (Reg) for its newly created
    federal universities, which cut across the six geo-political zones in
    the country.
    According to Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa’i, minister of education, the action
    was in line with the resolve of the government to ensure that the
    universities took off by September. “President Goodluck Jonathan has
    graciously approved the appointment of the vice-chancellors and
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    The Registrar, Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Mr. Gabriel Chukwu called on members of the public, including those seeking admission into the institution, to be wary of false admission agents who go about obtaining money fraudulently under the guise of offering them admission.The Registrar made the call in Abakaliki while briefing news men on the recent developments recorded in the institution.
    He said: “The attention of Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State has been drawn to the internet bloggers advertisement, calling on people to pay the sum of five thousand five hundred naira (N5,000) into an account in Guarantee Trust Bank for admission to the university.

    “That website or internet blogger site is fake and fraudulent. The university has not mandated any person, agent or organization to collect money from anybody on its behalf or pay money to any bank account for purposes of admission.

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