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UNILAG POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES: REVISED DATES OF QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS/INTERVIEWS FOR ADMISSION

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Wednesday, August 1, 2012:  All Sandwich Programmes and PGDE Postgraduate Diploma in Education (F/T)

Thursday, August 2, 2012

  1. M.Sc. & PGD Chemical Engineering
  2. M.Sc. Elect/Elect. Engineering
  3. M.Sc. & PGD Civil Engineering
  4. M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
  5. PGD  & M.Sc. Surveying & Geoinformatics
  6. M.Sc. Systems Engineering
  7. Master of Geoinformatics
  8. Master of Process Engineering (MPE)
  9. PGD & M.Sc. Metallurgical & Material Engineering

Friday, August 3, 2012

  1. M.Ed. Adult Education
  2. M.Ed. Educational Foundations
  3. M.Ed. Educational Administration & Planning
  4. PGD Educational Administration and Planning
  5. M.Ed. Human Kinetics & Health Education
  6. PGD Guidance and Counselling
  7. M.Ed. Arts & Social Science Education
  8. M.Ed. Science & Technology Education

Saturday August 4, 2012: Master in Public and International Affairs (MPIA)

Monday, August 6, 2012

 

  1. PGD Finance and M.Sc. Finance
  2. Masters in Development Finance (MDF)
  3. M.Sc. Accounting and PGD Accounting
  4. M.Sc. Industrial Relations & Personnel Management (IRPM)
  5. Master of Industrial & Labour Relations
  6. M.Sc. Actuarial Science
  7. M.Sc. Risk Management & Insurance
  8. M.Sc. Insurance
  9. Masters in Employment & Labour Studies (MELS)

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

 

  1. M.Sc. Physics
  2. PGD Applied Geophysics
  3. Masters of Applied Geosciences
  4. M.Sc. Applied Geophysics
  5. M.Sc. Geology
  6. M.Sc. Cell Biology & Genetics
  7. M.Sc. Botany
  8. M.Sc. Microbiology
  9. M.Sc. Marine Sciences
  10. M.Sc. Fisheries
  11. M.Sc. Chemistry, Analytical & Environmental Chemistry
  12. PGD Environmental Management
  13. Master of Environmental Management (MEM)
  14. M.Sc. & PGD Computer Science, Master of Information Technology (MIT)
  15. M.Sc. Environmental Toxicology & Pollution Management,
  16. M.Sc. Parasitology & Bioinformatics
  17. M.Sc. Natural Resources & conservation
  18. Master of Aquatic Resource & Pollution Management
  19. M.Sc. and PGD Mathematics/Statistics

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

  1. M.Sc. Psychology & Masters in Managerial Psychology (MMP)
  2. M.Sc. Political Science & Occasional
  3. Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
  4. M.Sc. Geography
  5. M.Sc. Sociology
  6. M.Sc. & P.G.D Mass Communication
  7. Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS) – P/T
  8. Master in Transport Management and Planning   (MTMP)
  9. M.Sc. & PGD Economics
  10. Master of Criminology

Thursday, August 9, 2012

M.Sc. Marketing;  M.Sc. Management; M.Sc. Operations Research and M.Sc. Production Management & Organizational Behaviour

Friday, August 10, 2012

  1. M.Sc. Anatomy
  2. M.Sc. Pharmacology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Master in Public Health (MPH) & M.Sc. Public Health
  5. M.Sc. Haematology & Blood Transfusion
  6. M.Sc. Clinical Pathology
  7. M.Sc. Medical Physics
  8. M.Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  9. M.Sc. Medical Microbiology & Parasitology
  10. M.Pharm. Master of Pharmacy
  11. M.Sc. Pharmacognosy
  12. M.Sc. Pharm. & Pharm. Technology
  13. M.Sc. Physiology
  14. PGD Anaesthesia
  15. M.Sc. Physiotherapy
  16. PGD & M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering (F/T)

Saturday, August 11, 2012:  MBA P/T, F/T and Executive

Monday, August 13, 2012

 

  1. PGD & M.A. Theatre Arts, Visual Arts and Music.
  2. M.A. French, MTI, MTFFL
  3. M.A. Igbo, Yoruba
  4. M.A. History & Strategic Studies
  5. Master of Diplomacy & Strategic Studies (MDSS)
  6. PGD & M.A. Philosophy
  7. PGD & M.A. English

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

  1. M.Sc. Construction   Management/Construction Technology
  2. Master of Project Management (MPM)
  3. Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
  4. P.G.D.E.D & Master of Environmental Design
  5. M.Sc. Estate Management
  6. Master in Landscape Architecture
  7. M.Sc. Urban & Regional Planning
  8. Master in Urban & Regional Planning (MURP)
  9. Master in Urban Design
  10. Master of Facilities Management (MFM)
  11. PGD Building Services

Wednesday, August 15, 2012: Masters in International Law and Diplomacy (MILD) and LL.M

NB:  F.T. = Full-Time, P.T. = Part-Time, S = Sandwich

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No Agreement Yet To Suspend Strike ― ASUU

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No Agreement Yet To Suspend Strike ― ASUU

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has denied reports suggesting that it agreed to call off the ongoing strike after meeting with the Federal Government negotiation team led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige on Friday, November 27.

Recall that the union and the Federal Government had reached an agreement to call off the ongoing ASUU strike after the government reportedly increased its offer for Earned Allowances and funding for the revitalization of public universities to N70 billion.

Reacting to the report, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU President has denied knowledge of any agreement to call off the strike.

Also Read: ASUU Agrees To Call Off Strike As FG Increases Payment To N70b

He stressed that at the meeting, it was only agreed that the union should convey the Government message to their organs and get back to Government.

The ASUU President told reporters on Saturday morning: ” I am not aware of that. All I know is that we had a meeting and we are going to report to our members. But I don’t know about suspension of the strike.”

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ASUU Agrees To Call Off Strike As FG Increases Payment To N70b

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Friday agreed to call off their eight-month-old strike.

The decision was reached during a meeting in Abuja between the union and the federal government delegation led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige.

Also Read: I Have Three Of My Biological Children In Nigeria Public Universities -Ngige Blows Hot As ASUU Strike Continues

Based on agreements between the two parties, the government also promised to increase the total payment to the union to N70 billion.

The government stated that it would pay N40 billion as the Earned Allowance and N30bn for the revitalization of the university system to bring the total to N70 billion.

The FG further agreed to settle the arrears of salaries of the lecturers before December 4.

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Online examinations and their security with navigation control

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Since our movement into the online examination ecosystem, test takers go on to showcase exceptional levels of creativity when it comes to the question on how to crack an exam. In fact there has to be a visible transformation on how candidates plan to pass the exams with flying colours. In the midst of this the candidates end up resorting to some common ways where they end up cheating during an exam

  • Impersonation- Once you use an impersonator or a proxy opting for online exams is a common type of cheating. Students are bound to leverage with the inability of the invigilator to figure out the real exam test takers.
  • External help – you might end up seeking help from friends or relatives who might be sitting beside the monitor. Holding placards with answers is another way where you can cheat during an exam
  • Employment of digital device- smartphones, Bluetooth devices are some of the common ways by which you can cheat during the course of an online exam. They are put to use in order to surf on the web or when you receive information.

Such assertions do not indicate acts of dishonesty in any manner. A proctored exam is going to be of immense help during the course of an exam. A common perception exists that cheating in an online exam is a lot easier than a traditional exam. In a way students employ tactics so they have to succeed academically without the need to be working hard.

But with the use of technology the exams are bound to become cheat free. The question that come to the fore is how honest is the person who is appearing for an exam than merely answering the exam. With the use of proctoring technologies you are in a position to cope up with this issue and the robust features enable the institutes to secure their online examination while maintaining integrity.

Another point of consensus is how it is possible to remote monitor things on what happens in the backdrop of a computer screen. There is no need for them to be aware on what is happening in the backdrop. But still the hack list that is adopted by students works out to be expensive. Still this logic does not hold any value and cheating is a common act.

The type of cheating on the screen

Copy paste

In a conventional exam one of the common types of cheating works out to be copy paste. Be it keeping the answers already who are in document mode or the study material from a separate document, such traditional forms of cheating have gone on to evoke positive response among the students. To be glued to the screen is also a way of misleading an invigilator who does not possess any type of information while observing the screen. He is not going to flag it off as a major cause of concern.

Mirror and screen sharing

When you are sitting for an exam from a remote location, candidates often end up relying on multiple software and the use of mirror apps does appear to be one of them. By the use of this app it allows another person access to the screen of the computer and they can give you answers. Even the students are known to be using Google docs during the course of tests where they go on to review or edit the response of other person and then share it with the invigilators.

Online browsing

With the power of the internet online cheating has gone on to become a walk in the park. An individual who relies on an unfair means is going to switch from an exam, as it can be the use of  various websites , social media sites or other sources choices to locate answers of their choice. Just you have to past the answers on to the URL and figure out the best solution from where you can plagiarize the answers.

Relying on the use of external devices

For example the likes of USD or a blue tooth device is easy to conceal and it makes them difficult to detect. Even the smart devices work out to be standard devices when it comes to the question of on screen cheating. Be it before or during the course of the test the students are going to plug it for their easy use.

Another possibility is to configure your computer with blue tooth before you sit for the exam. Even directly copying from them is easy for the tech centric students. A secure exam browser might be of help in such cases. This same logic holds true for blue tooth integrated devices or smart watches that rely on providing answers to the students.

Task switching

Regularly switching from one screen to another is a method of cheating that works out to be a common task. Even you are going to use keyboards or short cut controls that enables the task of cheating and makes them accessible in an easy way.

The worst part is that students continue to exploit the vulnerabilities despite the fact that there are proper control mechanisms in place so as to curb cheating. But once you adopt technology it goes a long way in making the exams safe and secure. There is no need to regularly deploy the IT staff or the browser of the student so as to adhere to the rules. There is a need to formulate a solution that integrates with the students need during the course of an examination. In fact the need of the hour is a robust and a credible platform that goes full out to prevent the possibility of mishaps during the exams. Not only it means deployment of technology but it is going to prevent any form of violation during the exam. There are a series of software that restricts the possibility of cheating to a major
extent.

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