Some Nigerian Universities Will No Longer Offer Law And Accounting Check Them Out

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SOME NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES WILL NO LONGER OFFER LAW AND ACCOUNTING BECAUSE THEY HAVE DERAILED FROM THEIR CORE AND MANDATED PURPOSE. The Federal Government has directed some of universities to stop running programmes that are outside their mandates.  The Federal Government of Nigeria has looked into the academic sector by forbidding some varsities to stop offering major courses they are not at liberty to run while they warned some of them to stop changing the nomenclature of some courses. In truth, some courses have been twisted to suit the need of the…

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The Nigerian Law School Bar Final Exam Result is Out 76% Passes

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NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL BAR FINAL EXAM RESULT The Nigerian Law School (NLS) has released the results of the Bar Final Examinations held in August/ September 2016. According to the statistics of the released results, 4,178 out of 5,517 students who sat for the examinations (representing 75.7 percent), passed. The Director-General of the Law School, Dr. Olanrewaju Onadeko, who made this disclosure, further stated that 359 students (representing 6.5 percent) had conditional pass while 980 (representing 17.8 percent) failed the examination. He said that twenty four students graduated with First class with Abuja and Lagos campuses recording eigth…

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The Nigerian Law School Fee Released And Now Available.

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      The Nigerian Law School has announced the school fees schedule and new payment guideline for the 2016/2017 academic session due to the implementation of the Federal Governments Remita collection scheme. The new payment method is due to the recent remita development (Single Treasury), in which all schools pays into the federations account.   SCHOOL FEES TEMPLATE   METHOD OF PAYMENT Law school students can now make payments via either of the e-collections channel convenient to you as follows: 1. Bank Branch – How to make payment: Visit any Bank. Present…

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