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NYSC pledges not to undermine its engagement process

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The National Youth Service Corps is committed to resisting any attempt that compromises the quality of its mobilization process.

NYSC pledges not to undermine its engagement process

He said about a thousand approved relocation letters were recently canceled because the affected body members were involved in unethical practices during the relocation process.

NYSC Director General Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim said today on the sidelines of the 2020 Inspector Development Program held in Abuja.

He said, “Deployment, relocation, and all services are free at NYSC, and once there are real reasons for health and marriage reasons, we force relocation.”

“NYSC would not tolerate any act of indiscipline and we are not going to jeopardize our relocation process.”

He warned members of the public not to fall prey to fraudsters, adding that “whenever there are challenges, the NYSC has a way to meet them.”

Ibrahim added that since taking office, he has stepped up efforts to ensure that officers responsible for implementing program policies and programs are periodically trained on best practices for improvement. the well-being of the members of the body.

He said that the Inspector Development Program was designed to strengthen the ability of NYSC inspectors to perform their duties effectively, as they are very crucial for the implementation of the NYSC program program, especially at the based.

The CEO said the program faced many challenges ranging from increased body population, escape from the service, inadequate camp facilities and the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, among others. .

He called on participants to take the opportunity of the workshop to adopt measures for the elimination of all forms of hiccups that militate against the operations of the Regime through the intensification of its engagement with critical stakeholders to the base.

“Management expects this forum to provide you with the opportunity to exchange ideas and come up with solutions that can improve productivity, thereby increasing the visibility and relevance of the program.

“Therefore, as infantrymen of the regime, always strive to live above the edge so that you can serve as role models and mentors for members of the corps,”

The Director-General warned inspectors to avoid unethical practices that could tarnish the image of the program by carrying out their duties diligently, adding that “You should also be aware of NYSC law and regulations. regulations to be able to educate Corps members and the general public.

In his remarks, the Director of the Department of Body Welfare and Health Services, Mr. Ayodele Omotade said that the workshop will provide participants with the necessary tools that will keep them in tune with their responsibilities towards the national order. and rapidly evolving world and will also give them the current knowledge of the Diet to meet the challenges of Body Management.

He said the Inspector Development Program was designed as a refresher course for inspectors who are grappling with the responsibility of the day-to-day administration of corps members, especially during the program’s field operations. .

“Therefore, it becomes very important that inspectors, both at the point of entry and as they progress through the framework, receive the training required to equip them to face the challenges of administration. of the body that will teach and expose them to the guidelines, processes

and procedures that will improve their ability to perform their duties effectively, ”he added.

The workshop on the theme “Optimizing the Plan’s ideals in current realities; The Role of the NYSC Inspector, ”brought together participants from all program state secretariats and area offices.

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Federal Poly Bida enrolls 3,500 new students

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Federal Poly Bida  Matriculates New Students

Federal Polytechnic Bida (BIDAPOLY) enrolled 3,500 newly admitted ND and HND students during the 2020/2021 academic session.

Federal Poly Bida registers new students

The Federal Polytechnic Bida has enrolled 3,500 new students for the 2020/2021 academic session, as the Rector, Abubakar Abdul-Dzukogi, entrusted the new students with academic excellence.

The students enrolled were respectively made up of 2,400 and 1,100 students of the national diploma and the higher national diploma.

The rector said that the school leadership is doing everything possible to make the learning and teaching environment conducive to both students and staff, adding that good academic performance is a combined contribution of diligent students and a conducive learning atmosphere.

Dzukogi reiterated the institution’s zero tolerance for indecent dress, exam malpractice and other social vices, and therefore warned students against actions detrimental to the institution’s overall development.

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Buhari to increase education budget by 50%

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Buhari Pledges To Increase Education Budget

President Muhammadu Buhari has pledged to increase the education sector budget by up to 50% over the next two years.

Buhari commits to increasing the education budget

Buhari and other leaders signed a form of pledge at the meeting in London, UK on Wednesday.

The document was titled “Heads of State Call to Action on Education Financing ahead of the World Education Summit”.

He said: “We commit to gradually increasing our annual national education spending by 50% over the next two years and up to 100% by 2025 beyond the global benchmark of 20%.

The summit, co-hosted by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta, aims to give leaders the opportunity to make a five-year commitment to support GPE’s work to help transform education systems in up to 90 countries and territories.

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Osun State Government Essay Contest 2021

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Osun State Government Essay Competition 2021

The Osun State Government is now accepting applications from high school and college students for its 2021 Independence Day Essay Competition. The deadline for submitting applications is August 31, 2021 .

Osun State Government Essay Contest 2021

Osun State Government Essay Competition Calls for entries – The Osun State government has announced an essay competition to mark the national independence of 2021. The competition is open to students of secondary schools and higher education institutions in the State.

Osun State Government Essay Contest Topics

SECONDARY STUDENTS

  • Topic– “Using the SWOT approach, discuss in detail the 30th anniversary of Osun State and the future to come: my perspective

TERTIARY STUDENTS

  • Topic– “Unveil the security architecture and major challenges in all geopolitical areas of Nigeria and propose working solutions for a peaceful, sustainable and indivisible Nigeria

Who can submit applications for the Osun State Government Essay Competition

  • Applications are open to students who are either citizens of Osun State or residents of Osun State.

How to enter the Osun State Government Essay Contest

  • The essay should be no less than 1,200 words for high school students and no less than 1,800 words for higher education students.
  • Applications should be submitted as attachments in Microsoft Word or PDF format ONLY
  • Detailed information about the participants should be included at the start of the trial, which should include name, contact address, name of school or institution, email address, telephone.
  • All participants must attach their local government ID certificate and school ID card.
  • The deadline for submitting all applications is Tuesday August 31, 2021.
  • All applications should be submitted to osunessay2021@osunstate.gov.ng

SUPPLIED BY THE MINISTRY OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS For any request, call 08030712191, 08037004653, 08052138624

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