The National Universities Commission recently released a list of illegal degree awarding institutions operating in Nigeria. The list of these illegal universities was made available to the public in a NUC’s weekly bulletin dated August 24. In the bulletin, the NUC Executive secretary, Julius Okojie, warned that Certificates obtained from these universities and colleges will not be recognized for the purpose of NYSC, employment and further studies.
1. University of Accountancy and Management Studies, operating anywhere in Nigeria.
2. Christians Continue reading “ILLEGAL UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA”
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Nowadays, the answers to nearly all questions are just a Google click away. But a new study suggests that instant, online access to information may be inflating people’s sense of their own intelligence. “It becomes easier to confuse your own knowledge with this external source,” study lead author Matthew Fisher, a doctoral candidate in psychology at Yale University, said in a news release from the American Psychological Association. Continue reading “All That Googling May Make People Feel
Smarter Than They Are”
A high temperature of 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit might sound like a pleasant day in early spring — unless you’re in Antarctica.
The chilly continent recorded the temperature (15.5 degrees Celsius) on March 24, possibly the highest ever recorded on Antarctica, according to the Weather Underground. Continue reading “Antarctica hits 63 degrees, believed to
be a record”
Eating plenty of fruit and veg, the citizens of Chad have world’s healthiest diet, while those in Armenia have the worst, according to new research comparing what people eat around the world.The study revealed a worldwide rise in the consumption of healthy food, including Continue reading “Revealed: the countries with the best and worst diets in the world”
Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide and about 70 per cent of all cancer deaths occur in low and middle income countries. SADE OGUNTOLA, in this report, writes that the disease can be prevented, Continue reading “Cancer: Shutting the door against disease”
A new study released on February 5 in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology revealed that diabetes mellitus type 1 is more deadly to women than men. The study says that women have a 40 percent higher risk of early death than men with type 1 diabetes. Continue reading “Diabetes Mellitus More Deadly for Women”
Researcher have said that chewing gum are good for oral health as they have the ability to trap and remove as many as 100 million bacteria from your mouth in just 10 minutes. The research was conducted by researchers at the Continue reading “Study: Chewing gum traps as many as 100 million bacteria in 10 minutes”
Nick Hungerford knows a few things about dealing with rejection.
In 2010, the 34-year-old Englishman was going to meeting after meeting in California’s Silicon Valley, trying to secure funding for his business idea – Nutmeg, an online-based investment management business. And the first 45 wealthy investors he pitched to all said no. Continue reading “DON’T GIVE UP: The start-up rejected by investors 45 times in a row”
1. Exercise regularly (at least three times a week and preferably once a day). For most people, walking is the simplest and safest form of exercise. One study reports that walking 30 minutes a day adds 1.3 years to a person’s life. More strenuous types of exercise done in moderation and with proper Continue reading “10 Health Tips To Healthy Living In 2015”
Two separate analyses by NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found that temperatures across the globe last year were the warmest since 1880. The 10 warmest years, with the exception of 1998, have occurred since 2000. Continue reading “2014 proves hottest on record, driven in part by climate change”