Monday, 2 July 2018

Unimaid Online Screening Procedures (2018/19 Session)

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This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into degree programmes of the University of Maiduguri for the 2018/2019 Academic Session and have scored 160 and above in the UTME, and a minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE/IJMB or Second Class Lower Division from a recognized institution for DE that there will be online screening for admission.

Candidates should visit the University of Maiduguri website: http/unimaidonline.net and register for the online screening exercise. Candidates are to pay the sum of Two Thousand Naira (2,000) only for the registration including bank charges. The portal will close for the registration at 12.00 midnight on 16th July, 2018.

To register, candidates must proceed as follows:
1. Click-UTME/DE Screening icon
2. Click –Register New UTME/DE Screening Account.
3. Fill the form opened to create UTME/DE Screening Account.
a) First Name
b) Surname
c) JAMB No.
d) Choose Entry Mode (UTME or DE)
e) E-mail Address (Username)
f) Password (Must contain Upper Case and a number). Be sure of the password you use.
4. Click Register
5. Click (Click to proceed),You have two options to make your payment.
6. Payment Options:
a. Bank

• Click pay to proceed icon (fill the Remita form and choose Remita Pay for payment type, make sure you copy the reference number)
• Print invoice (RRR invoice)
• Go to any of the following banks (ACCESS, DIAMOND, FCMB, GTBank, KETSTONE, SKYE, STERLING, STANBIC IBTC, WEMA and ZENITH) with your RRR invoice and make your payment
b.              ATM Payment Option
• Click pay to proceed icon
• Select card type (Master Card, Verve  Card etc)
• Enter your Phone No. (that you receive alerts)
• Upon Confirmation, click proceed.
• On unified payment-Enter card details and click OK.
• Authentication SMS will be sent to your phone
• Enter the OTP number received and click submit
7. After making the payment, go back and log to the site with your username (email address) and password.
8. Click-click to proceed
9. Click-edit
10. Continue with your registration
11. Click-submit when completed
12. Click-submit again to confirm completion
13. Upon successful completion, the message “Application submitted successfully it cannot be altered. Thanks” will be displayed.


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Friday, 26 January 2018

8 Tips For Successful Study Time Management

Studying for success
Studying is an essential part of a students life necessary for success.
The following tips will help you study in a more efficient manner.
  1. Study in small time blocks instead of long time period e.g. study/work in 60 minutes blocks and take frequent 10 minutes break in between, rather than study for 2-3 hours straight.
  2. Reward yourself after you complete a task. This can be by taking a cold drink or doing anything you like for leisure like listening to music.
  3. Motivate yourself to study. Dwell on success, not on failure.
  4. Try to study in small groups rather than in large groups.
  5. Break large assignments into smaller tasks.
  6. Keep a reminder schedule and checklist and set realistic goals.
  7. Modify the environment where you study by eliminating or minimizing noise. Ensure adequate lighting and have necessary equipments at hand.
  8. Don't get too comfortable when you are studying. A desk and straight-back chair is usually best (a bed is no place to study). Be neat! Take few minutes to straighten your desk. This can help reduce daydreaming.
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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Unimaid: Procedures for Students Online Registration

Unimaid Registration 2017
Unimaid registration 2017

The procedures for online registration has been released for both new and returning students of UNIMAID.

You can get access to the procedures in PDF format below:
Download Registration Procedure

Unimaid Calendar for 2017/18 Session

Those of you interested in fast overnight Online Registration can Contact Me via:
Whatsapp: 08039156351
Call: 08039156351

You submit your online and get it the next day.
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Monday, 18 September 2017

ASUU, FG Meeting Ends as Union Announces Decision to Suspend Strike

Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities has officially suspended its strike
Asuu suspends strike

The union announced the suspension after it held a meeting with the federal government delegation

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on September 18, announced a conditional suspension of its strike action, The Punch reports.

ExamsNG gathered that ASUU President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, announced this in Abuja late on Monday night, after concluding the final meeting with the federal government delegation.

The delegation was led by the minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige.

According to Premium Times, ASUU said it was suspending the strike till October for the federal government to fulfill its pledges,

ASUU also ordered lecturers to resume duty from Tuesday, September 19.

A memorandum of understanding was signed with the federal government delegation at the meeting.

ASUU embarked on an indefinite strike on August 13, following government’s failure to implement the agreement reached with the union in November 2016.

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JAMB's Step-By-Step Process For Admission Into Tertiary Institutions

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has provided the Step-by-Step Process Flow of the Admission Exercise for the education and information of general public and the stakeholders, particularly the Candidates.

Jamb 2017

(Candidates should note, in particular, steps 8, 16 and 18 that require their Actions and Decisions)

The admission process flow is as stated below:

1. After successful completion of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and release of results, lists of Candidates were forwarded to their First Choice Institutions

2. JAMB thereafter requested all Institutions to use the Lists to determine their respective Cut off Marks and forward same to JAMB ahead of the Policy Meeting and programme (course).

3. JAMB received and collated Individual Institution and programme (course)Cut Off Marks as determined by their respective Senate / Academic Board

4. Three (3) Representatives of Institutions- (Vice Chancellors / Registrars / Provosts), Registrars and Admissions Desk Officers were trained on the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS)

5. Policy Meeting was held with Heads of Tertiary Institution and Regulators to determine, among others, the General Cut Off Marks for categories of institutions, based on earlier submissions of individual Cut Off marks by the Institutions.

At the meeting, which was held in Abuja on Tuesday, 22 August, 2017, the institutions decided that the lowest submissions from Institutions would also be Minimum Cut off Marks and these were 120 (for Universities) and 100 (Polytechnics, Monotechnics and Colleges of Education). It was further agreed that the Cut Off Marks as determined by each Institution’s Senate / Academic Board and submitted would be maintained and applicable for Admission to the Institution.

6. Based on requests at the Policy Meeting, JAMB requires each Institution to reconfirm its Cut Off Marks and Sets the Cut Off Mark and other Institution specific parameters such as other Admissions Criteria (e.g. Post UTME Screening) and carrying capacity on CAPS.This is on going.

7. Institutions download (from CAPS) details of Candidates that meet the Institution’s and programme’s Cut Off Mark and had selected them as First Choice Institutions. JAMB additionally provides softcopy of the same information on CDs to Institutions

8. Awaiting Results Candidates upload their results to JAMB Portal

9. Institutions may conduct Post UTME Screenings for downloaded candidates

10. Results of Post UTME where applicable are uploaded to CAPS to obtain aggregate scores for the candidates

11. CAPS ranks and suggests candidates that meet the Institution’s Admissions Criteria as configured on the system by the Institution.

12. The Admissions Desk Officer of the Institution reviews the List of the Suggested Candidates and makes the decision as to which candidates to select for further processing.
The Admissions Desk Officer generates a List of Proposed Candidates for review and approval of the Head of the Institution

13. The Head of the Institution reviews the List of Proposed Candidates as appropriates and push the List of Recommended Candidates to JAMB

14. The JAMB (Admission Officer) reviews the Recommended Candidates to confirm they are from those initially sent to the Institution; met the Admissions Criteria as advertised in the brochure and as set on CAPS  by  the Institution, including upload of and confirm that no qualified candidate has been unjustly denied Admission.
No candidate will be considered without the upload of his/her O’Level and/or A’ Level results.

15. JAMB generates a List of Provisional Admissions

16. JAMB notifies Candidates to Accept / Reject Admission

17. Candidate Accepts / Rejects Admission on the JAMB Portal or through USSD or Short Service Code within 72hours.

18. If Candidate Accepts Provisional Admission, JAMB updates Admission Status and forwards List of Confirmed Admissions to the Institution

19. Candidate prints Admission Letter and Proceeds to the Institution for further internal Admission Processing

20. If Candidate Rejects Admission, s/he becomes available in the Market Place for further possible consideration for Admissions.

Market Place Operations
The Market Place feature in CAPS provides flexibility for the Institutions to source for candidates who may not have earlier chosen the institution for Admission consideration. Institutions may specify various selection parameters such as UTME score, State/ Local Government, Gender, preferred programmes /course of the Candidates.

The List of Candidates so selected from the Market Place are then pushed to JAMB who then notify the Candidates of Market Place consideration by Institutions. Candidate may Accept / Reject Market Place consideration, subject to a maximum of three (3) Market Place considerations at a time.

The Candidates could also approach the Market Place to announce availability for Admission consideration from any institution or for any programme different from those earlier indicated during the UTME Registration, provided s/he has requisite O’ Level Results and wrote the required subject combination in the UTME.

Any agreement or understanding on Admission consideration between the Institution and candidate based on Market Place operations will have to be effected with a requirement for the Candidate to effect a Change of Institution on the JAMB Portal to be available for Download (Step 6 above) by the new Institution to follow the subsequent steps in the Admission Process.

It should be noted that:
The existing window for candidates to change Institution or Programme in addition to the Market Place is still available through the e-Facility.

Institutions can download (Step 6 of the Admission Process) list of additional candidates who have changed to the institutions since the last download.

 Admissions of candidates can be processed instantly or in batches by Institutions.

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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Post Utme Screening Process for 2017/2018 Admission Exercise

This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into degree programmes of the University of Maiduguri for the 2017/2018 Academic Session and have scored 160 and above in the UTME, and a minimum of Credit in Diploma, 10 points in NCE/IJMB or Second Class Lower Division from a  recognized  institution  for  DE  that  there  will  be  online screening for admission.

Unimaid Utme screening

Candidates  should  visit  the  University  of  Maiduguri website:  Unimaidonline.net  and  register  for  the online screening exercise. 

Candidates  are  to pay the  sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira (2,500) only for the registration  including  bank  charges.  The  portal  will  close for the registration at 12.00 midnight on  14th September, 2017.

To register, candidates must proceed as follows:

1.  Click-UTME/DE Screening icon
2.  Click  –Register  New  UTME/DE  Screening Account.
3.  Fill  the  form  opened  to  create  UTME/DE Screening Account.
  • First Name 
  • Surname 
  • JAMB No. 
  • Choose Entry Mode (UTME or DE) 
  • E-mail Address (Username) 
  • Password  (Must contain  Upper  Case  and a number). Be sure of the password you use.

4.  Click Register
5.  Click (Click to proceed),You have two options to make your payment.
6.  Payment Options: 
a.  Bank
  • Click pay  to  proceed icon  (fill  the Remita  form  and  choose  Remita Pay  for  payment  type,  make  sure you copy the reference number) 
  • Print invoice (RRR invoice) 
  • Go  to any  of the  following  banks (ACCESS,  DIAMOND,  FCMB, GTBank,  KETSTONE,  SKYE, STERLING,  STANBIC  IBTC,  WEMA and ZENITH) with  your  RRR invoice and make your payment

b. ATM Payment Option
  • Click pay to proceed icon
  • Select  card  type  (Master  Card, Verve  Card etc) 
  • Enter  your  Phone  No.  (that  you receive alerts)  
  • Upon Confirmation, click proceed.  
  • On  unified  payment-Enter  card details and click OK. 
  • Authentication  SMS  will  be  sent to your phone 
  • Enter  the  OTP  number  received and click submit

7.  After  making  the  payment,  go  back  and  log  to the site with your username (email address) and password.
8.  Click-click to proceed
9.  Click-edit
10.  Continue with your registration
11.  Click-submit when completed
12.  Click-submit again to confirm completion
13.  Upon  successful  completion,  the  message
“Application submitted successfully it cannot be altered. Thanks” will be displayed

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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

JAMB Announces 2017 Cut-Off Marks For All Institutions

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has fixed 120 as minimum cut-off mark for admission into universities in the 2017 Academic calendar.

Jamb cutt off

This followed the conclusion of the combined policy meeting which had Vice Chancellors, Rectors and Provosts of higher institutions as well as other stake holders in attendance.

The minimum cut off marks for polytechnics and colleges of education was set at 100 while that of innovative enterprising institutes was set at 110.

It was also decided at the meeting that admission into first choice universities should close on October 15 while December 15, 2017 was set as the closing date for second choice admission by institutions.

Also, admissions into public degree awarding institutions for the 2017 UTME examination will end on January 15, 2018 while for private institutions, it ends on January 31, 2018.

JAMB Registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede said institutions, with the decision, are not to go below the minimum cut-off points adopted at the meeting for admissions.

He called for the adoption of flexible cut-off marks for admission processes by higher institutions in the country.

According to him, “What JAMB has done is to recommend; We will only determine the minimum, whatever you determine as your admission cut-off mark is your decision.
“The Senate and academic boards of universities should be allowed to determine their cut-off marks.”He said.

“The admission process is now automated with direct involvement of the registrar of JAMB for final approval.

“We have agreed to regularize admissions that were done under the table this year. From next year we will not accept anything like that.”

On the other hand, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu stated that the cancellation on post-UTME was a mistake and said institutions are now at liberty to conduct, while adding that fee for the examination should not exceed N2000.

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Saturday, 19 August 2017

ASUU strike: Lecturers, students to return to classes in one week - Minister of Education

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, has said that the ongoing ASUU strike will end in one week

ASUU had on Monday 14 embarked on indefinite strike.

But after the meeting, both sides said there was tremendous progress following offers made by government and position of the union on the new offers.

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, on Thursday August 17 said the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities may be called off within one week.

ExamsNG gathered that the minister stated this at a meeting of the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFund in Abuja.

He said that the ministry and other major stakeholders were already holding meetings with the union to resolve some of the issues that led to the strike.

He assured that with the level of progress made in the negotiation, there was hope that students and lecturers would return to classes within one week.

“The issue of renegotiation is already going on. I have already written a letter formalising the meeting I had with the union because I went alone to face them and I wrote a letter which I gave them yesterday.

“From the way they received it, I think it is possible that the strike will be called off within a week, maximum,’’ he said.

Adamu said while explaining reasons for the strike, ASUU accused the Federal Government of failing to keep its side of the agreement.

He assured that the Ministry of Finance had agreed to do the needful with regard to releasing funds as soon as possible.

“The union had asked for N23bn to be paid.
“We said the condition for that N23bn to be released was for them to account for the N30bn they had taken which is a total of N53bn and they were not able to account for it.

“The Minister of Finance then undertook to do the audit from the ministry and we agreed that the result will be known within six months.

“The Federal Government undertook to be paying them N1.5bn each month during the time they are waiting for the outcome of the audit.

“Their grouse now is that the forensic audit promised by the minister of finance has not been done and the money promised has not been paid.

“So, at our meeting two days ago, we agreed that we will pay them and do a forensic audit on the entire N53bn.

“I wrote to the minister and she has already approved it and this money will be paid; probably on Monday, they will be able to receive the cheque,’’ he said.

Adamu, however, stated that his ministry did not agree on some issues during the meeting with the union.

He said: “There are other issues which we did not agree on and that is their request to be taken out of Treasury Single Account.
“I told them that it is not possible because this is a new policy and government is not going to change it for anyone.

“Concerning their salary shortfall, we said a lot of the reasons spring from what they are doing wrong. They do a lot of employment without proper authority.

“For instance, a university can decide to recruit 50 people and IPPIS is not aware. So, we insisted that institutions must stop doing that and they accepted.

“There is also the issue of the registration of their pension commission. I think they have one or two issues to iron out with PENCOM and I believe they will also be able to solve the problem within a week.’’

The Chairman of the Senate committee, Sen. Barau Jibrin, said the committee was impressed with the briefing by the minister on the matter.

He explained that the seriousness of the issue made the committee members cut short their recess, and said that from the assurance given by the minister, students and lecturers would return to school shortly.

Jibrin said: “We hope the proposal sent to ASUU by the minister will be accepted.
“On our part, with regard to getting some of the issues captured in the budget, we will do our best to actualize it.”(NAN)

Meanwhile, ExamsNG had previously reported that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may soon call off the strike action it embarked upon on Monday August 14 if the Senate is able to convince the union on its demands.
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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

ASUU Finally Goes On Indefinite Strike

Report reaching us has it that the academic staff union of universities (ASUU) has decided to embark on an indefinite strike action.

This was after an extensive deliberation that lasted for three days.

All members of the union have been prohibited from going to teach or involving themselves in any academic activity.
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A document titled “Strike Bulletin No.1”, which was signed and issued by Ogunyemi, ASUU said the strike action was to be a total, comprehensive and indefinite action whereby no form of academic activities including teaching, attendance of any meeting, conduct and supervision of any examination at any level, supervision of project or thesis at any level should take place at any of the nation’s universities.

According to the document, all means of negotiation had been exploited before the decision on an indefinite strike action was reached.

The lecturers have complained of poor funding of universities, part-payment of salaries of lecturers, non payment of earned allowances among others.
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Monday, 7 August 2017

Confusion as 70 lecturers quit UNIMAID over Boko Haram attacks

Seventy lecturers of UNIMAID have resigned from the institution over incessant Boko Haram attacks

 Boko Haram insurgents have killed many lives and rendered many people homeless in the last two years
The chairman, UNIMAID chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Dr. Dani Mamman said that while five lecturers were killed, three were held by the insurgents during the recent attacks
No fewer than 70 lecturers have resigned from the University of Maiduguri since the outbreak of Boko Haram insurgency in the North- East, Punch newspaper has learnt.
Also, while five lecturers have been killed, three were said to have been held by the insurgents during the recent attack on oil workers.

ExamsNG gathered that the chairman, UNIMAID chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Dr. Dani Mamman, who said this in an interview with Sunday Punch, called on the Federal Government and the university authorities to put in place adequate security.
Mamman said although closing down the university was the initial thought; it was resisted by the management.
ASUU added that as a union, it believed that if its demands made to the Federal Government were fulfilled, the idea of closure would not be an option.

Mamman said: “About 70 lecturers left, about five died and three are held hostage by Boko Haram. The admission figure of students has been dropping since insurgency started in 2012. We don’t know what will happen to the admission of students this year.“The exit of some lecturers has affected research and learning because some are specialists in their fields. Usually, such exodus affects accreditation of some programmes and courses.
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