Thursday, July 23, 2015

First Class Graduates, Polytechnic Distinction Holders To Now Serve In Varsities

The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, Brig.-Gen.Johnson Olawumi, has said that prospective corps members with First Class degrees would now be posted to universities for their primary assignments. He also mentioned that corps members who graduated with distinction from polytechnics will also be posted to universities to carry out their primary assignments. 

36 comments:

  1. Good morning Ladun, it's a good development

    Fibonnachi Omogbai

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  2. They are no inferiors

    Fibonnachi omogbai

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  3. Nice one anyday

    Fibonnachi omogbai

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  4. Why? Does it mean they can automatically lecture

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    1. FOR WHERE? LECTURING PEOPLE WEY NO GET PHD OR EVEN PROFESSIONLA CERTIFICATION IN SOME PLACES

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  5. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person


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  6. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person


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  7. Good decision

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  8. Wow! And me dey house with my fat bodi without a job. God dey...

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  9. This is not good enough. I expect that they should be given jobs in good organizations like oil companies or government houses to pay them back for their hard work

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    1. I wonder o. lecturere salary like 90 something k. most of them dey manage with another thing or imposing handouts which they have made unlawful in some universityes. but people in bank self like 250k at entry level,

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  10. This is not good enough. I expect that they should be given jobs in good organizations like oil companies or government houses to pay them back for their hard work

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  11. What is the big deal in sending them there. Is it all first class graduates that can teach

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  12. I hope this will increase their service fee?

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  13. Very good. Good to separate the men from the boys Biko. Especially those that came out with ' let my people go' grades mixing with bright minds.

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    1. E PELE O. people like gani fawehinmi etc what was their grade to finish. na some of them dey even collect money pass in life

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  14. Teaching requires skills. Not all can teach jor

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  15. Big lie. I bet they will end up serving in primary/ secondary schools as usual

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  16. But after service will they be retained?

    That's the main.thing

    Because Allowee still remain the same,whether u serve in University or u serve in secondary school




    @Galore

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  17. It’s a pity Yar’adua’s daughter was involved

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  18. Are they really qualified to teach?

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  19. Good for them

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