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Students' Union Leaders Speak On Outage of Power And Water Supply

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FROM THE LEADERSHIP OF THE UNION
REPORT ON THE RECENT OUTAGE OF POWER AND SUPPLY OF WATER EXPERIENCED IN THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

With due civility and veneration, I salute the courage, the doggedness, especially the perseverance and maturity Great Ife students displayed throughout the period in which the university community was devoid of supply of power and water supply became a race up and down the hills. Following actions and reactions that trailed the period, it is considered exigent that a detailed report be given for the sake of proper information.

The ugly situation the university community found itself since Tuesday, 16th of September, 2014, was as a result of a national grid fault at Oshogbo distribution plant. The fault led to outage of power at Oshogbo, Ife, Ilesha and Ondo which definitely did not exclude OAU campus. As at Tuesday, the welfare officer of the Union, Ojogbon, inquired from various concerned offices on campus to know the cause of the outage and the above rea…

Obafemi Awolowo University 2015/2016 Admission Thread

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Hi great minds! I am sure some students' hope is not yet gone but so many aspirants' hope may have been dashed in a way since all the cut-off marks for 2014/2015 admissions are out. We are still expecting the lists though but it better we start planning for 2015/2016 UTME and processes in order to ease things.




The issue of right subject combination for UTME registration will be our top concern for now because we could see many got that wrong this year and it might cause some their choice course. So share this posts with friends on Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and other social media to get more oeople in. Goodluck friends as we discuss.

Ibikunle, Bamidele Accused Of Beating Up A Fresher

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Thursday evening at Awolowo Hall in Oba Awon University could be described as one of the most action packed night in this semester as Bamidele was on the verge of been paraded and served ‘maximum shishi’ by Awoite for allegedly slapping a student.

It all started Thursday evening when Ibikunle and some other members of the CEC, SU came to Awolowo Hall as usual to make announcement. Awo boys in what looks like accumulated frustration and anger over the 5 days power blackout and epileptic water supply refused to listen to the Union president and boo him as he continually tried to speak. No sooner, many Awo boys who were upstairs before came down and got into hot arguement with Ibikunle and other Union leaders. Suddenly, there was an uproar and clamour from one end of the clustered students that Bamidele, the SU PRO slapped someone. Immediately, many Awoites who were already angry started to shout and intensely call for Bamidele trial at the level of Awolowo Cafe for allegedly slapping …

JAMB 2015/2016 UTME Registration Begins

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Registration for 2015/2016 Unified Tertiary and matriculation Examination has officially began.

Candidates are advised to read the instructions carefully before proceeding with the registration.

The approved selling points for the Access PIN or Scratch card are NIPOST, Zenith Bank Plc, Skye Bank Plc, Union Bank Plc and First Bank at the cost of Four Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N4500).




Candidates can confirm accreditation centres by clicking here

Also you can access the 2015/2016 Registration Template by clicking here

Microsoft Student Essay Contest: Cyberspace 2025

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Cybersecurity is a policy priority for many governments, yet there is limited understanding of how policy choices made today will impact a country’s cyberspace tomorrow. The growth in cyberspace predicted in the next decade is driven and shaped by a number of external factors, many of which can be amplified or influenced by public policy choices. Societal responses to immigration challenges, educational and workforce needs, trade liberalization, as well as international cooperation to resolve cyberconflict will shape the future of cyberspace across both developed and emerging economies. Successful policies must balance enabling innovation and advancing cybersecurity. Microsoft seeks original research on the future of cyberspace and its associated cybersecurity policy challenges from university students at any stage in their educational development. What will be the main cybersecurity issues at stake, and what decisions can policymakers make today to ensure a robust cybe…

THE INSIDER Organizes A Talk Show

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The Insider, owner of The Insider Newspaper, iEvents, iResource, foxmedia, fox entertainment is organizing a Talk Show scheduled to hold September 20, 2014 at BOOC. The event is billed to commence 10am. Notable personalities expected at the Talk Show include Mrs Babalola (Lecturer, Department of Continuing Education), Ibikunle Isaac Motunrayo (OAU SU President), Emmanuel (CEO OYAMAG), David (CEO OAU Peeps News Agency), Adeoba (NUASA President), Ashiri (Comedian), Lala (Nollywood star), Ojekunle Alex (President, ACJ), CEO Thrillhouse, Sam Adegbola (NANS Information Director/Organizer OSCAR Awards), J Goddess, Ijo_Joke, CEO Jewels Clothing Line, Yemi (Author) amongst other personalities.




Artistes billed to perform are Allen, Adeola, Dayoslides, Timmy Omo mummy and other surprise artistes.

Time: 10:00am
Venue: BOOC

Application For 2014/2015 OAU Predegree Extended Till October 3

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Again, the Centre For Distance Learning arm of the Obafemi Awolowo University who is in charge of the Predegree Programme has announced the extension of the duration for the 2014/2015 Predegree application. The application will now close on 3rd October, 2014.




Please understand that after this period, there may be no further extension as the entrance exam is likely to come up September.The application fees remain N15,000 and it is mandatory for all candidates to keep checking the website from time to time to know the Entrance Examination Date and also to print the Exam Slip.

Read details about the application here and apply here

Students' Union Speaks on Power Blackout And Shortage Of Water Supply

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FROM THE LEADERSHIP OF THE UNION.


THROUGH THE OFFICE OF THE WELFARE OFFICER.

As at 3,50pm of Tuesday 16th of Sept., 2014.

On the current power outage and shortage of water supply in OAU.

Let me first of all commend Great Ife Students for their patience ever since this development.
Since midnight today, we have been experiencing power outage on this campus which led to shortage of water supply as claimed by 'head of Dam'.

The leadership of the union, through the president and the welfare officer, made due consultation to the power and water units of university. We later gathered that the power outage originated from Osogbo main distributing unit and work is on to ensure that this abnormal situation is corrected as soon as possible and its possibility, as Claimed by Head of Electricity, will be today,tuesday 16th.

On the issue of shortage of water supply
The Head of Dam promised supply of water by means of alternative power supply pending the restoration of power from m…

Application Form For OAU 2014/2015 JUPEB Programme Is Out!

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Admission into the JUPEB Programme 2014/2015 Session Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) programme for 2014/2015 Session.

Eligibility Eligible Candidates must possess minimum of 5 Credits at maximum of two sittings in at least 5 subjects (inclusive of English Language) relevant to the candidates desired course of study in the University.

The Programme leads to the award of JUPEB Certificate which enables candidate gain Direct Entry admissions into Obafemi Awolowo University and other JUPEB-affiliated Universities in Nigeria and other Universities abroad.

Duration The duration of the Programme is a minimum of one academic session of two Semesters.

Available Subject CombinationsOptions/FieldsSubject CombinationsArtsGovernment/Literature in English/Christian Religious Studies (GLCRS)History/ Literature/ Christian Religious Studies (HLCRS)Economics/ Government/Literature …