NYSC Reacts to Rumour That It’s Been Scrapped


The management of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has dismissed the report that the scheme has been scrapped, describing it as a malicious and mischievous rumour.
Reacting to the report on the scrapping of the scheme which trended at the weekend, the management insisted that there is no iota of truth in the report, announcing that the 2016 Batch
‘A’ (Stream II) Orientation course will commence soon. “Our attention has been drawn to the report trending that NYSC has been scrapped. We want to emphatically say that there is no truth in such report. That rumour must be a mischievous one.
“The management wishes to inform prospective Corps members that, based on the assurance received from the Federal Government regarding release of funds, the 2016 Batch ‘A’ (Stream II) Orientation course will commence soon. “Prospective Corps members are, therefore, requested to watch out for specific date for commencement of the exercise, which will be announced as soon as all necessary logistics are put in place. “Management empathizes with the affected prospective Corps members, and appeals for continued patience even as all efforts on the matter are fast yielding results,” the released
noted.

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Finally, University Of Ibadan Resumes Fully After Indefinite Break


The Management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has directed that full academic activities should resume on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 while lectures would begin on Monday 20th June 2016. The announcement came after the closure of series
of meetings held by the management with student
bodies and stakeholders on Thursday. It will be recalled that the school management on Tuesday, 26th of April 2016, shut down the institution
indefinitely and ordered the students to vacate the
campus with immediate effect. This development came after students staged a protest over management’s victimization of a 500- level Engineering student, Michael Epeti, who took
part in a recent protest by the students as well as
poor power and water supply within the school
campus. In preparation for the resumption, students are expected to adhere strictly to all guidelines.

How To Be A Successful DJ (Disk Jockey) MUST READ


A disc jockey (abbreviated DJ, D.J. or deejay) is a
person who mixes recorded music in real time.
Originally, the “disc” in “disc jockey” referred
to gramophone records, but now “DJ” is used as an
all-encompassing term to describe someone who
mixes music from any sources. DJs often perform for
a live or broadcast audience, but DJs also create
mixes that are recorded for later distribution and
playback. To be a successful DJ, here are some tips;
1) Get Some Experience: Want to be a DJ? Then get
out there! Create a relationship with other
experienced DJs. Offer to help set up the gear, or a
club night’s decor. Offer to collect email addresses
for a local DJ when he or she plays. Offer to do a half-
hour warm-up before the club opens. Be inventive.
The consistent exposure to the DJ field the faster the
learning process.
2) Be A Strong Music Fan : Good DJs aren’t born,
they’re made. Behind every great DJ is a wealth of
clubbing, crate-digging, mix-swapping and general
music loving. Develop your taste for music as you
develop your DJ skills. Enjoy the music. Learn
everything you can about music. You don’t become a
music expert overnight, so enjoy the learning curve.
It will help you much when you finally get behind
those decks.
3) Focus Hard On Your Music Collection: Individual
gigs, club residencies, even whole scenes come and
go, but the best DJs have music collections they
spend a lifetime slowly, slowly building up. This
“behind the scenes” work isn’t glamorous, but great
music is the foundations of your career. When you
finally surface as a polished, professional DJ with a
crate full of magic, only you will know how you
collected those tunes over the years and nobody will
be able to reverse engineer your path. You’ll be
unique. You’ll have earned it
4) Work Hard And Remember Nobody Is
Indispensable: Putting the hours in is of the utmost
importance. Nobody is so gifted that they can just
“wing it”, and if you don’t commit to this and work
hard, trust me somebody else will and they’ll nab
your spot every time. People who work hard and
make a big effort to go the extra mile do stand out at
any stage in their career. It’s always a good thing to
remind yourself that you can’t take anything you have
for granted, that no one is indispensable, not even
you.
5) Be Reliable, Presentable And Always Ready To
Take Charge: If you turn up late and scruffy, the
impression you give is “don’t give a damn”. It’s
important to be both reliable and well turned out. By
looking and acting like “somebody”, (and I don’t mean
being cocky and diva-like, I just mean well dressed,
washed, alert and with a sparkle in your eye!) you
say: “I’m the person in charge of this party, I’m
someone to lead tonight’s fun, trust me – and let’s
go!” It’s partly how you dress/appear, but also partly
your professionalism. Be the pro. People remember
and prefer to work with pros
6) Disregard Your Age (Young or Old): You’re never
too young to “make it” (at least, early 20s is old
enough); it’s to an extent a young person’s game.
What’s more important than how old you are is how
relevant you are. If you can’t connect with your
audience, you can’t expect them to connect with you.
If you decided to shut yourself off from the music
they love years ago, well they’re not going to give
much time to the music YOU love when you play a
tired DJ set in front of them. Stay in touch, stay
enthusiastic, and age is – to quote the cliche – simply
a number
7) Always Take Time To Relax And Recharge: You’re
in this for the long run, so don’t burn out. Sure you’re
passionate, sure you’ve got to put the work in – but if
you put so much work in that you lose perspective on
the bigger picture (family, rest, rejuvenation, stuff
outside of DJing), in the end, you lose. Whether it’s a
month a year completely off, every Monday and
Tuesday relaxing after a hard weekend working, or
just a sacrosanct barbecue every Sunday with the
family – pick your relaxation, and enjoy it.
Remember, a lot of creative thinking gets done when
we take time to kick back
8) Find A Way To Unwind After Gigs: Getting home
at 4am or whatever having just played an electric DJ
set can leave you wired and far from ready for sleep!
It’s an adrenalin thing and it goes with the territory,
but you need tactics for relaxing and unwinding. One
good “balancer” for me has always been exercise –
just running four or five times a week seems to leave
me properly ready for sleep at night even if I’ve been
DJing or whatever. If I don’t do it I seem to get
lethargic and restless at the same time. Do what
works for you – but remember that finding a way to
unwind is important in this game
9) Control Your Nerves: All DJs get nervous. If you
don’t, you’re doing it wrong. The trick is to be
professional enough to hide it. Sure, stuff can go
wrong, but your job as a DJ is to hide that side of
things form the audience as much as you can. They
don’t care, it’s not their problem! Good DJs realise
that and fix stuff unobtrusively and deftly. Of course,
experience gets you better at this, but remember that
having nerves is fine. It keeps you on your toes, and
that’s actually a good thing
10) Have Confidence In Yourself And Your
Abilities: Again it’s a cliche, but often the only thing
holding you back is you. Dare to dream. Have a vision
for where you want to be. Sure, you might not be the
polished, finished article, but it’s in our nature to put
our own efforts down and elevate those of others. Be
aware of this and compensate for it. Chance are you
HAVE “got it”, you ARE “good enough”. A bit more self
belief can be all it takes to accelerate your career.
Being a bit easier on yourself will make your journey
more fun. Ask for the advice and opinion of those
who you respect, enjoy the ride, and trust in yourself.

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MAPOLY set to release Post UTME, ND/HND Daily and Weekend Part Time forms online, see mode of application and amount here:


The management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY) is set to release the screening examination forms for all categories of aspirants i.e. Post UTME, ND Part Time and HND Full Time and Part Time Programmes. Candidates has however been advised to purchase the form online using their ATM card as soon as the form is released on the school official website. Aspirants have also been advised to disregard the rumour about the post UTME form as the management is yet to release the form online for purchase. Post UTME candidates must note that the JAMB cut off into the OND Full Time programmes is 150 and nothing less. Below are the prices of the forms:
Post UTME form: #3,500 ND Part Time/ HND Forms: #7,500 #3,500 (for Seat Number) = #11,000

Method of Application:
Forms are to be purchased Online Using your Visa
or Master Card ATM MAPOLY Post UTME Past Questions are also available for purchase at the rate of #1,000 See how to purchase Past Question Here
For enquiries whatsapp: 08035936223
Or call 08175848722

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JAMB Set To Review UTME Cut- Off Marks


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board
(JAMB) has announced that it will fix cut-off points
for all courses for this year’s Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (UTME) on June 2.
JAMB spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin who
disclosed this on Monday in a statement said the
policy meeting which is for the exercise will be
presided by the Honourable Minister of Education,
Malam Adamu Adamu.
He added:

“This year’s meeting is scheduled to hold on June 2.
Nationally accepted cut-off marks would be decided
and issued Federal Government guidelines and
regulations would be articulated and decision taken;
even as it would x-ray the performance of
subsequent years to put checks and balances.
“The very important meeting has policy makers, the
Heads of all tertiary institutions, the Vice-
Chancellors, Rectors, Provost, Registrars and
relevant stakeholders like the National Universities
Commission (NUC), National Youth Service Corps
and others in attendance.
“The Honorable Minister places much important on
this assembly and has categorically made it clear
that he won’t tolerate a situation where decision
reached would be flagrantly disobeyed or not
adhered to strictly.
“Some of this decision borders on admissions
deadlines and quota system which some institutions
has failed to comply with and other sharp practices
capable of undermining the entire admission
process.
“JAMB commends the Honorable Minister for his
effort at sanitizing the sector and ensuring that the
lost glory of education are returned and restored,
while noting that these efforts would no doubt
manifest great results in no distance time.
“JAMB wishes to use this medium to urge the public
to follow this process keenly and also note that cut-
off points in particular are as usual a minimum
score pruning mechanisms and institutions are at
liberty to go higher depending on their
peculiarities.
“JAMB also commends the Honorable Minister for
his efforts so far in ensuring that the lost glory of
education are returned.
“The Minister’s insistence on due process and
support for the transformation in the Board and the
entire educational system will no doubt manifest
great results in no distance time,” He noted.

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First male contraceptive injection shown to be effective at blocking sperm


According to a scientific research, a lot of women all over the world have dreamed and hoped for some type of male contraception apart from condoms and vasectomy. The burden of taking contraceptive pills or having devices implanted has been what a lot of women have been doing to avoid unwanted/unplanned pregnancies.
Now, scientists have revealed that the first male contraceptive injection could soon be available.
The shot, called Vasalgel, is non-hormonal and long-acting , potentially reversible and has been shown to block sperm for up to 1 year.
According to the non-profit Parsemus Foundation, of Berkeley, California, clinical testing of the shot will begin some time this year.
According to the research done, a lot of men said they were willing to try a new form of contraception that is reversible unlike vasectomy.
But in a new study, Parsemeus confirmed that Vasalgel has the potential to fill the gap in the male contraception market.

The shot consists of styrene-alt-maleic acid (SMA) that is dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide will be the first to reach the market, researchers noted.

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Dencia Offers To Pay UNILAG’s Record Breaker Ayodele’s House Rent (Photo)


In his writeup yesterday, OAP Freeze, revealed that the Unilag record breaker, was about to be evicted from his rented apartment. It looks like an early reprieve has come his way as Dencia is willing to foot the bill and give him some cartons of her Whitenicious.Lol
All thanks to Dencia!

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Hot! How To Check Your 2016/2017 JAMB Result Free (Without Scratch Card)


You can check your 2016/2017 JAMB/UTME Results free of charge (without scratch card) by following the 5 simple steps as shown below.
But before you proceed, note that as of now, you check your 2016/2017 JAMB result free of charge ONLY 5 TIMES, after which it will require scratch card to for subsequent result checking. Don’t forget to “testify” via commenting below.
Now, to check our JAMB/UTME 2016/2017 results:
– Go to JAMB/UTME portal:

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JAMB Result Now Valid For 3 Years As Senate Reduce Registration Fee

The Upper Chamber of the National Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution, which slashed the registration fee of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) from N5, 650 to 2, 500.
This came following the adoption of the report of the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFund on the inquiry into the new admission policy of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
At the plenary session Wednesday, the senators also recommended the extension of the validity period of the UTME to three academic year.
The Senate also adopted the recommendation of the Committee chaired by Senator Binta Masi Garba (APC, Adamawa North) that the change of institution, course form and other incidental activities around the exam should be free.

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Delta University Arrests Man For Writing Exams For Girlfriend


The Delta State University has nabbed a Mechanical Engineering student of the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, Inneh Aisosa, for alleged impersonation during an examination​.

According to a statement by the Public Relations Officer of DELSU, Eddy Agbure, on Wednesday, Mr. Aisosa was nabbed on February 23 while writing examination for Onakpoma Oghenetega, a 400-level student of the Abraka campus of the university.
The statement said the suspect with matriculation number 0452/2010, came into the university in a Toyota Camry with registration number ABH 417 GW to write the exam for Miss Oghenetega (matriculation number FOS/12/13/212931), who is alleged to be his girlfriend.
It said Mr. Aisosa was apprehended by members of DELSU Examination Monitoring Group in collaboration with invigilators.
“With this development, it is obvious that some of our unserious-minded students have introduced new tactics to perpetrate examination malpractice,” the statement said.
“While law abiding and committed students of the university are busy reading very hard for their examinations, the lazy ones are busy engaging mercenaries from within and outside the university to write examinations for them with the sole aim of getting good grades.
“This is totally unacceptable and management of the university will not relax in the relentless was against this academic fraud.”
The statement said the university authorities vowed to deal with criminally-minded students in the war against examination malpractices.

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Hot! How To Check Your 2016/2017 JAMB Result Free (Without Scratch Card)


You can check your 2016/2017 JAMB/UTME Results free of charge (without scratch card) by following the 5 simple steps as shown below.
But before you proceed, note that as of now, you check your 2016/2017 JAMB result free of charge ONLY 5 TIMES, after which it will require scratch card to for subsequent result checking. Don’t forget to “testify” via commenting below.
Now, to check our JAMB/UTME 2016/2017 results:
– Go to JAMB/UTME portal: http://www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme6
– On the JAMB Result checking portal, click 2016 UTME Registration
– Then , click Check Result (see the right hand side).
– Now, input your JAMB Registration Number.
– Now click Check Result.

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29-02-2016 Day 2 Jamb Real Answers And Questions (6:30am/9:30am – 1:30pm)

Welcome 2016 Jamb candidates!!!
Last year, we were able to send Answers to our 10.00am and
1.30pm candidates; But we are finally prepared to tackle 6.00am candidates as well. So DO NOT fear because we are fully prepared for the 2016 Jamb.
Answers Will Come Direct To Your PHONE 24 HOURS Before The EXAM START, You Don’t Need To Enter The HALL With Your Phone.
Four (4) subjects is #4000 MTN CARD#
Send the mTn card to 08130944504 with your subjects names, phone number, reg number, date and time of exam or send #3000 to
FIRST BANK
Account name: Alhassan Damilola Gabriel
Account No: 3087872735
AFTER PAYMENT, SEND THE FOLLOWING:
-DEPOSITOR’S NAME
-SUBJECTS
-PHONE NUMBER
-AMOUNT PAID
-Jamb Registration Number
_Exam date and time TO 08130944504
Please note that
-We prefer mtn number.

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Over 1.5M Candidates to take JAMB, Cut-Off Marks for 2016 Released

The Registrar of JAMB has stated that a total of 1,589,175 candidates applied to write JAMB this 2016.
In his statement, He also confirmed that the exams are slated to begin on 27th Feb, 2016 and would last for a total of 14 days.
He also said that the minimum cut-off to certify entry into any institution is 180 Marks, but any institution is allowed to raise their entry cut-off based on their internal requirements such as course or number of applicants. This was reached and agreed in a meeting in which the Minister of Education Chaired.
Simply put, anybody who scores lower than 180 can not gain admission into any institution in Nigeria

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2016 JAMB UTME Scores Will Be Released In 30 Minutes – Ojerinde


The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde has stated that candidates participating in the 2016 Computer based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, UTME, will get their results after 30 minutes of the examination.
Speaking to reporters ahead of the examination, Ojerinde said that candidates will receive a graphical result of the test via SMS on their mobile phone numbers which they provided during registration.
However, the JAMB boss added that the specific scores will be released within the period of four days and would be checked online.
Analyzing the statistics of UTME registration, Ojerinde said there had been a steady decline since 2013 when the CBT was introduced.
In 2013, about 1.7 million people registered for UTME, in 2014, the number fell to 1.6 million, while about 1.4 million registered in 2015 examination.
However, this year the numbers of candidates who registered has increased to over 1.5 million

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JAMB 2016/2017 Use Of English 50 Most Likely Questions From Forcados High School

Here are 50 possible questions from the Compulsory Text: Last Days at Forcados High School
. Answer them and lets see how prepared you are.
QUESTIONS:
1. Mrs. Kemi Solade died of
A. cancer
B. shock
C. ovarian cancer
D.
hypertension
2. ________is the principal of Sy. Catherine
School
A. Mr Mallum
B. Mrs Obanje
C. Mr Vann
D.
Mr Tade
3. Efua can be described as
A. arrogant
B. liar
C. unfortunate and victim
of circumstances
D. spoilt child
4. ________ is fond of Jimi and called him by
his full name Akinjimi
A. Risikat
B. Mama Silifat
C. Funmi
D. Aunt
Moni
5. ________ violated and intimately harassed
Efua
A. Jimi Solade
B. Jolly Stephens
C. Efua’s
stepfather
D. Ansa Izaegbegbe
6. _______ is nicknamed cane by the student
A. Mr b@de
B. Mr Vann
C. Miss Agbenenovi
D. Mr. Mallum
7. The rhymers are
A. the choir of St. Catherine School
B. Jimi, Ansa and Nene
C. group of five boys at Forcados high school
D. Some g!rls at Forcados High School
8. Why did the Principal of Forcados High School choose to reinvestigate the theft of the laboratory equipment?
A. He knows Jimi Solade couldn’t do such things
B. He knows some b@d gangs must have influenced Jimi Solade
C. Efua challenge at him during Jimi’s public apology
D. intervention of uncle Kazeem
9. ___________ arrived from United Kingdom
for the burial of Kemi
A. Femi
B. Wole
C. Uncle Kazeem
D. Aunt Memunat
10. One of these suffered from child abuse
A. Wole Solade
B. Jolly Stephens
C. Efua
Coker
D. Ansa Izaegbegbe
11. Mr Vann is the
A. Mathemaatics Teacher
B. English teacher
C. Chemistry teacher
D. Physics teacher
12. Funmi’s reason for remarry is
A. for better life
B. to have a man assist her in upbringing her only daughter
C. to have more assistance
D. for financial assistance
13. Unlike Jimi, Efua is
A. not close to her mother
B. is good in all subject
C. close to her mother
D. none
14. The principal of Forcados high school is
A. Mrs Obanje
B. Mr Mallum
C. Mr Vann
D.Mr Salami
15. According to the principal Miss. Agbenenovi is to occasionally fill in for
A. Mr Mallum
B. Mr b@de
C. Mr Mallum
D.Mr Salami
16. Efua’s attitude to people must have been influenced by
A. lack of motherly trust
B. lack of motherly attention
C. memory of intimate harassment and violation
D. all of the above
17. One of these do not attend the same primary school with with Jimi Solade
A. Nene Ekpo
B. Jolly Stephens
C. Efua Coker
D. Ansa Izaegbegbe
18. _______ is the head boy of Forcados High
School
A. Seyi Lawal
B. Jimi Solade
C. Ansa Izaegbegbe
D. Jolly Stephens
19. _______ has unspoken contest will Jimi
over chemistry result
A. Ansa
B. Seyi
C. Eze
D. Jolly
20. Aunti Moni is
A. Mrs Solade
B. Mrs Alli
C. Mrs Ekpo
D. Mrs.
Izaegbegbe
21. Efua’s was expelled from St. Catherine School because
A. she ran away from school without notice
B. her defiant reply to the principal
C. she perform woefully at the last exam
D. she is sick
22. Ansa wants to study
A. Electrical Engineering
B. Architecture
C. Medicine
D. Fine art
23. __________ photocopy Efua’s letter to Miss,
Novi and circulate it in the school
A. Nene Ekpo
B. Jolly Stephens
C. Ansa
Izaegbegbe
D. Seyi Lawal
24. Efua danced with _________ at Mid-term
dinner of Forcados high School
A. Jolly
B. Jide
C. Jimi
D. Ansa
25. Efua shared her life experience with
A. Nene Ekpo
B. Mrs Tanimoro, the guidance counsellor
C. Mr Mallum
D. Mrs Ekpo
26. The head g!rl of Forcados high school is
A. Efua
B. Nene
C. Ada
D. Caro
Here are 23 likely questions
1. Sorry, does anyone know you’re here? Does Daddy….? who said this and to who?
A. Mr. Solade to Mrs.Solade
B. Mrs. Solade to Mr. Solade
C. Jimi to Wole
D. Wole to Jimi
The correct answer is = C
2. Who were the two people Seyi lawal and Jimi met coming out of the principal office?
A. Efua and her Mother
B. Mr and Mrs Solade
C. Caro and Nene Ekpo
D. Teacher okoro and mama Silifat
The correct answer is = A
3. What did Wole pick up from Jimi’s Table beside Jimi’s music CD’s, chemisty and Mathematics Textbooks?
A. a pen
B. a W@TCH
C. a book
D. a toy
The correct answer is = B
4. Who was the teacher to whom the students called “cane”?
A. Mr b@de
B. Mr Okoro
C. Mama Silifat
D. Mr Solade
The correct answer is = A
5. What is the name of Efua’s Aunt?
A. funmi
B. Moni
C. Mrs solade
D. Nene ekpo
The correct answer is = B
6. “Nene, this is my niece Efua Coker”. Who made this statement?
A. Moni
B. Efua
C. Mrs. Ekpo
D. none
The correct answer is = A
7. Who laugh in such a way that showed only his upper teeth?
A. Seyi Lawal
B. Ansa boy
C. Kemi
D. Wole
The correct answer is = D
8. Who was Efua related to?
A. Arisa
B. Jimi
C. Mrs. Alli
D. Mr. Mallum
The correct answer is = C
9. In three words, describe the principal ( Mr. Mallum) as described in the novel.
A. small, wiry and spoke through his nose
B. fat, smooth-cheeked and loved his job
C. tall, good- looking and funny
D. wicked, ugly and tall.
The correct answer is = A