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4th FOUNDERS DAY: Poetry in Honour of Mama Excellence

A woman of great virtue

With great leadership qualities

Awoman of immense ideas

And a heart that welcomes all

 

A woman of great inspiration

She helps students focus on their studies

She makes them grow and glow

To become great achievers

 

Some call her Executive Director

Others call her ED

But we call her Mama Excellence

She is Dr. (Mrs.) E. E. Umoh

 

Indeed, she is and embodiment of excellence

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CLASS OF ACADEMIC GLADIATORS

Parents: How to Take Control of Your Child’s TV Viewing, Internet Surfing and Texting Habits

Ranging from a wide array of smart phones to tablet computers, to the hundreds of TV channels and thousands of on-demand video games online, consumers have never in history had more options for how to spend their time. For parents, however, the vast amount of content out there can often lead to apprehension – about what their children are watching on TV, what Web sites they regularly visit and who they may be conversing with from behind all those electronic screens. So what is a parent who is concerned about all these to do?

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The Evils Of Drug Abuse

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 Article written By

MOH’D ALIYU, Hafsat (TCE 2)

 

THE EVILS OF DRUG ABUSE

Drug abuse is the misuse of drugs in other words, using drugs outside doctor’s prescription. There are different ways of misusing drugs which include: inhaling, swallowing, ingestion, injection, smoking and absorption.

Drug abuse can occur in various ways such as:

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Public Education in Nigeria at the Crossroads

Article Written by Osondu Jude Nzekwe

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Saskatchewan, Canada

A cursory glance on the quality of education in Nigeria today reveals that Nigeria is a long way from reaching neither the promised land of Education for All by 2015 nor its wide dream of being one of the 20 best world economies by 2020. The Nigerian education system which produced world renowned scholars in the past has become a shadow of itself today. The rot in the nation's education system has reached such a deplorable proportion that if not summarily addressed now; subsequent generations of Nigerians will continue to suffer its consequences.

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Nigeria Educational System: Drift Needs Urgent Attention

Article written by

Ogwu Paul Okwuchukwu

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Leicester,UK.

 

Our educational system is in shambles. We can see that in the result of WAEC and NECO in the past two years and the products from our universities and polytechnics. We are in an increasingly competitive world where the correct training and development of the human resource is vital for the growth and development of any society. For Nigeria to join the emerging global powers and develop its economy, it must look at her educational system. The country must do a critical assessment of the educational system, look at the problems, and try to find a solution. This is the path towards achieving a sustainable, productive and competitive work force.

 

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