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The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), grade ready as many Nigeria federal and state universities have recently released their cut-off marks for the 2021/2022 Post-UTME exercise.

The following is a list of public universities that have already released their cut-off marks:

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See JAMB Cut-Off Marks Of Universities For 2021/2022 Admission

University of Uyo: (UNIUYO): 150

Federal University Dutsinma (FUDutsinma): 130- 150 depending on the course

Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU): 160

Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU): 160

Kano State University of Science and Technology, Wudil (KUST): 120

Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH): 160

University of Abuja (UNIABUJA): 180

Federal University, Lokoja (FULOKOJA): 150

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Federal University Oye-ekiti (FUOYE): 160 – 220 depending on the course

Imo State University (IMSU):150

University of Calabar (UNICAL): 150

University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN): 160

University of Benin (UNIBEN): 200

Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB): 160

Federal University Kashere (FUKashere): 150

Adamawa State University (ADSU): 160

Ambrose Alli University (AAU): 150

Sule Lamido University, (SLU): 120 -160 depending on the course

Ebonyi State University (EBSU): 120 – 230 depending on the course

Adamawa State Unniversity (ADSU): 160

Taraba State University (TASU): 130

University of Lagos (UNILAG): 200

Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE): 150

Kogi State Univerzsity (KSU): 160 – 220 depending on the course

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU): 200

Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University (IBBU): 150

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Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU): 160

Gombe State University (GSU): 140

Yobe State University (YSU): 140

Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST): 160

Bayero University, Kano (BUK): General cut-off mark is 180. However, for courses in Faculties of Clinical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the cut-off mark is 220 and above while for courses in Faculties of Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry and Law, the cut-off mark is 200 and above.

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (UNIZIK): 160 – 200 depending on the course

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (ABU): 180

Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO): 150

Abia State University Uturu (ABSU): 140

Delta State University, Abraka (DELSU): 150

University of Port-harcourt (UNIPORT): 150

Federal University Ndufu Alike (FUNAI): 150

Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED): 150

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Osun State University (UNIOSUN): 160

Federal University Otuoke (FUOTUOKE): 160

University of Medical Sciences, Ondo (UNIMED): 160

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH): 160. However, all courses in the College of Health Sciences is 200.

Niger Delta University (NDU): 160 – 250 depending on the course

University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID): 150

Usman Dan Fodio University (UDUSOK): 140

The University of Sokoto (SSU): 140

University of Lagos (UNILAG): 200

Lagos State University (LASU): 190

University of Ilorin (UNILORIN): 180

Kogi State University (KSU): 160 – 220 depending on the course.

Adamawa State University (ADSU): 160 – 250 depending on the course

The list will be updated as time goes on. Chrysora Media tends to bring you more updates when more schools have been added.

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Student Beats Teacher To Death For Flogging His Younger Sister In Delta (Photo)

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A teacher in a private school in Abraka, Delta state, Ezeugo Joseph, has died after he was allegedly beaten to death by one of his students on Thursday, 2nd December 2021, IgbereTV reports.

Confirming the incident, the spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Bright Edafe, said the suspect, Micahel Ogbeise, an SS3 student of the school, attacked the teacher for flogging his younger sister, Promise.

”The suspect confronted the teacher because he flogged his younger sister. He blew the teacher, beating him up and the teacher collapsed. The teacher was rushed to the hospital where he was confirmed dead”the PPRO said.

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DSP Edafe said the suspect and his parents are currently at large as they have all fled their apartment while the sister, Promise, is currently in protective custody.

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Gov Zulum Approves Scholarship For 500 Orphans

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Borno State governor, Babagana Umara Zulum has announced scholarship for 500 orphans of Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) members who died fighting Boko Haram terrorists.
In January 2022, an initiative titled, “Borno Heroes Support Programme” will be launched by Borno State government for the award of educational scholarship to 500 orphans and their widowed mothers left behind by members of the Civilian JTF, hunters and vigilantes who died during battles with Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists.

Governor Zulum announced this during his 2022 budget address at the Borno State House of Assembly on Tuesday in Maiduguri.
“We plan to launch Borno Heroes’ Support Programme. This programme involves the setting up of a government team that will identify primary and secondary school-aged orphans of volunteers in the CJTF, hunters and volunteers who died during battles. Government will give these orphans scholarships to Federal Government Colleges and international schools.

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Gov Zulum Approves Scholarship For 500 Orphans

The programme is to be in phases with a pilot phase of 500 orphans,” Zulum disclosed.
“Many of these Civilian JTF fighters, hunters and vigilantes have lost their lives fighting for Borno’s peace. Insha’Allah, we plan to reward their priceless sacrifices by educating the children they left behind, and by supporting their widows through a programme we plan to launch in January, Insha’Allah,” the governor said.
Zulum explained that: “Another component of the Borno Heroes’ Support Programme is needs assessment of widows left behind by the deceased volunteers”. He said that government would allocate required support to these widows for sustainable livelihood.

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NUT gives conditions to back sacking of Kaduna State ‘fake’ teachers

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The Kaduna State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) on Thursday backed the state government’s decision to sack 233 teachers alleged to have been working with fake certificates.

The Chairman, Mr Ibrahim Dalhatu told journalists in Kaduna that the union would not defend any teacher with fake certificates.

“As far as NUT is concerned, we will not defend them if the allegation of tendering fake certificates is true.

“We have instructed the affected teachers that if any of them have a genuine certificate and his or her name is on the list, they should submit the certificate to us.

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“We will follow up with Kaduna State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) to rectify the issue,’’ he said.

On the competency test for public primary school teachers, the NUT chairman said that the union’s decision not to participate in the test had not changed.

According to him, only the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria has the mandate to test and certify a professional teacher and not any state government agency.

“We will not go for any test. If the Kaduna SUBEB wants to assess the performance of our members, it should follow them to the class and assess them while they are teaching pupils,’’ he said.

The NUT National Executive Council had on Nov. 18 directed its members in Kaduna State not to participate in the competency test organised by the state government.

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NUT gives conditions to back sacking of Kaduna State ‘fake’ teachers

The Deputy National President of the union, Mr Kelvin Nwankwo, who gave the directive, insisted that teachers’ competence had been proved by various accredited universities and colleges of education.

He stressed that the teachers were also tested before they were hired.

According to him, the NUT affirms and relies on the provisions of Section 1(d) of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) Act 2004, which made provisions for the regulation and control of the teaching profession.

“As teachers who belong to a professional body, registered and licensed, we shall only subject ourselves to any professional recommendation issued by our Regulatory Council, and to no other body,’’ Nwankwo said.

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NAN reports that the list of the affected teachers provided by the Kaduna SUBEB shows that 210 out of the 233 affected teachers claimed to have obtained their certificates at the National Teachers Institute, Kaduna.

Kaduna SUBEB’s Executive Chairman, Mr Tijjani Abdullahi, had announced earlier on Thursday that the board would sack 233 primary school teachers for allegedly presenting fake certificates.

Abdullahi said the board would forward the files of affected teachers to the Ministry of Justice for prosecution.

The SUBEB boss also disclosed that the board would conduct competency tests for primary school teachers as part of the continued assessment of their capacity to ensure quality teaching.

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