– A secondary school teacher identified as Chioma recently revealed what a student did to her
– The pretty teacher got a love letter from a student of hers who confessed to going gaga over how beautiful he finds her
– Chioma is a single teacher who resides in Nnewi, Anambra
Love or lust, a young secondary school boy recently opened his heart up to his teacher damning all consequences. The teacher identified as Chioma U. Jane made her friends and followers have a good life when she shared the love letter she got from her young admirer. Chioma who teaches at a secondary school in Nnewi, Anambra, closed for the day and was clearing her desk when she found the boldly written letter in which the student expressed his love for her and how beautiful he finds her. The surprised teacher shared the letter on social media making her friends and followers have a good life over how bold her student is.
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The letter read: “Aunty Chioma, These might sounds strange to you but I mean every word from the first time I saw you in school, it was if my brain cell stopped working. Each time I see you it will be as if smoke is coming out of my eyes. Your beauty is killing me seriously, although am still in secondary school, I have plans on becoming a rich man. I know you will say I’m a small boy, but let me tell you when you are in love, age does not matter. I am becoming very useless all because I keep thinking about you each time I close my eyes, I see your picture. Please consider my request and make me useful for once.
Yours in love
Admission Into Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Is Ongoing!!! (See How To Apply)
Is your Child /Children in need of Admission through Jamb.
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Interested applicants should follow the following steps on how to apply:
N.B: The following programmes are available for two academic Sessions.
SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS STUDIES
- Banking & Finance
- Business Administration and Management
- Mass Communication
NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND) PROGRAMMES (FULL-TIME)
The following programmes are available for two academic Sessions.
A. SCHOOL OF SCIENCES
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Computer Science
B. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS STUDIES
- Banking & Finance
- Business Administration and Management
- Mass Communication
**The above programmes are also available on part-time basis for three academic sessions.
C. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
- Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
- Computer Engineering Technology
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ADMISSIONS 2017/2018 ADMISSION INTO FULL-TIME HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND), NATIONAL DIPLOMA (FULL-TIME) FOR STUDENT WHO SCORE 100 AND ABOVE IN THE LAST UTME AND THUS NATIONAL DIPLOMA AND HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (PART-TIME) FOR THOSE WHO SCORE BELLOW 150 IN THE LAST UTME.
Admission forms are available for N12,500 – ND (Full-Time & Part Time), and N15,500 – HND(Full Time & Part Time),
Acceptance fee :
- ND (Fulll Time) – =N= 25,000.00
- HND (Fulll Time) – =N= 30,000.00
- ND (Part Time) – =N= 30,000.00
- HND (Part Time) – =N= 35,000.00
This is to also inform the general public that the Polytechnic has introduced the underlisted certificate and remedial courses with the course being offered in the Institution as from 2017/2018 academic session.
1. Certificate Courses
i. Computer Appreciation/Desktop Publishing 6 months 40,000.00
ii. Computer Engineering and Programming 6 months 40,000.00
iii. Block- making/Plumbing Works 6 months 40,000.00
iv. Electrical Installation and Maintenance 6 months 40,000.00
V. Photography 6 months 40,000.00
vi. Decoration/Event Planning 6 months 40,000.00
vii. Cake making and Confectioneries 6 months 40,000.00
viii. Carpentry /Furniture 12 months 60,000.00
2. Remedial Courses
i. JAMB UTME COACHING 4 months
ii. WAEC COACHING 4 months
Admission / Enrolment forms are available through online payment OR Point of Sales (POS) outlets at the Bursary Department of the Polytechnic. Application fee is Five thousand naira only (N5,000.00) for all courses.
Please note: All payments are made through Online Portal System with either Mastercard or I-Pin activated VISA card . visit my.aapoly.edu.ng to apply.
Too Bad!!! Students Of Federal Poly Oko Writes Test In The Midnight With Their Torchlight
A photo has just surfaced on the social media showing students of Federal Poly, Oko, Anambra state writing test with their torchlight in the night.
It is indeed a very sad situation as the students were not really comfortable as the test itself wasn’t seen as something strict because one cannot help but imagine the number of Examination malpractice/ cheating that will have taken place.
The student who shared the photo said:
The student who shared the photo wrote saying;
” This is not night class…this is test hall…
i don’t even know what i wrote…
Even if i escape with pass i will happy ooo”
LOL! What a comment, i can imagine how hard it was.
UNILAG Produces First Set Of Graduates In Chinese
The University of Lagos has produced the first set graduates in the Chinese undergraduate programme of the university.
This is according the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe on Wednesday at a press briefing ahead of the 49th Convocation Ceremony.
EduCeleb.com recalls that the university admitted its first set of students to study Chinese in the 2013/2014 session. Their completion of the programme in the 2016/2017 session makes them also the first set of graduates in Chinese from a Nigerian university.
Chinese was introduced as a programme in the Department of Linguistics, African and Asian Studies (LAAS) after about four years of running the Confucius Institute in the same university.
Confucius Institute was jointly established by the University of Lagos and the Beijing Institute of Technology in China in 2009. It still runs diploma programmes in Chinese under UNILAG’s Faculty of Arts towards promoting Chinese language and culture.
Of all the graduates produced for the session, four who studied Chinese had First Class honours.
A further breakdown of the graduate figures shows that 12,638 graduating students would be awarded their degrees, diplomas and certificates.
Out of these, 53.9% were first degrees or diploma holders while 46.1% are for postgraduate degrees.
“The figures demonstrate the University’s drive to enhance postgraduate education in Nigeria through research,” Professor Ogundipe said.
Out of the undergraduate products, 245 are in the first class division, 1892 are in the Second Class Upper Division, and 2959 are in the Second Class Lower Division.
Also, 1227 had Third Class, 93 had pass degrees while 400 had degrees or diplomas that were not classified.
The Professor of Botany also announced that Mrs Mutiat Bolanle Ibrahim from the Department of Pharmacognosy emerged the overall Best PhD Thesis.
Also, three best graduating students emerged. They are Matthew Jeffrey Jude of the Department of Biochemistry, Roy-Larinde Bosun Abbas of the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering and Babawale Oludare Emmanuel of the Department of Chemistry, all with a Commutative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.97.
At the convocation ceremonies, one professor would be awarded emeritus professorship while four others would be given distinguished professorship.
“As part of our culture of celebrating academics who have rendered meritorious services to this community and the nation by making a positive impact in their various fields and areas of expertise, we shall be conferring a well-deserved honour of Emeritus Professorship on Professor Mabel Modupe Ogunlesi, formerly of the Department of Chemistry and the former Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics & Research) between 2007-2012,” the VC said.
The four professors to be honoured with distinguished professorship are Professor Herbert A.B. Coker of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Professor Ayodeji Olukoju of the Department of History and Strategic Studies, Professor Taiwo Osipitan of the Department of Public Law and Professor Onatolu Olukoya of the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology/Biology.
Among activities during the week long 2016/2017 convocation ceremonies is the Investiture Ceremony for the 12th UNILAG VC, Ogundipe as well as an Exhibition at the Senate Building Car Park on Tuesday, 8th May, 2018.
On the same day, the Convocation Lecture titled “Inclusion: The Path to a New Nation” would be delivered by the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode at the J.F. Ade Ajayi Auditorium.
Between Wednesday, 9th May and Friday, 11th May, 2018, the graduation ceremonies would hold.
The first day is expected to feature the graduation of graduating students in the Faculties of Arts, Education, Environmental Sciences, Science and Social Sciences.
On the second day, those in the Faculties of Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Dental Sciences, Management Sciences, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy and the Distance Learning Institute would be graduating.
For the final day of the Ceremonies, graduating students of the School of Postgraduate Studies would be awarded their degrees while those to be conferred distinguished and emeritus professorship would be honoured.