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FOCUS ON AMINU DABO COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, KANO

LEARNING FACILITIES AT AMINU DABO COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY, KANO Knowledge, they say is power and it is equally the light which is used for progress and development in life. This maxim is particularly more apt when such knowledge is in human health  services. It is one thing to establish educational centre but…

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FOCUS ON AMINU DABO COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, KANO

PROFESSOR BABATUNDE OPABOLA, PROVOST, AMINU DABO COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, KANO Knowledge, they say is power and it is equally the light which is used for progress and development in life. This maxim is particularly more apt when such knowledge is in human health  services. It is one thing to establish educational centre but another…

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“WE HAVE THE BEST LECTURERS OF ALL TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN KANO STATE- DR. SANI LAWAN MALUMFASHI, PROVOST, CAS

Dr. Sani LAWAN MALUMFASHI, Provost, College of Arts, Science and Remedial Studies responding to questions during the exclusive interview with the AREWA Trust. Recently, a visitation panel from National Commission for College of Education (NCCE) was in Kano purposely for accreditation of NCE programme established in Kano State College of Arts, Science and Remedial Studies…

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GOV. GANDUJE APPROVES ADMISSION OF MORE PUPILS INTO KANO -BORNO BOARDING SCHOOL

Kano state governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has approved the intake of an additional 100 children, orphaned by insurgency from Borno state, into the Kano – Borno Boarding Primary School in Kano city. The governor announced this today (Wednesday) in Kano while receiving a delegation of government officials from Borno stated led by the state…

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NIGERIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES AND EXPLOITATIVE REVENUE POLICIES

By: Amir Abdulazeez Before we proceed to digest the topic at hand, it is inevitable to note the contemporary knack for quantity at the expense of quality that dominates and generally defines our tertiary education sub-sector in particular and the education sector in general. We now boast of many universities that largely fall short not…

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Can Shekarau’s effort in Education Sector be sustained in 2015?

By SuleYa’uSule Can the authorities and school administrators sustain the visible gains made in education in the past few years? The year 2015 will be decisive for the sector which had suffered neglect and disruptions in the past, not just because it is an election year but more so because of the new wave of…

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