Saturday, January 13, 2018

2018 JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR ALL COURSES

2018 JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR ALL COURSES


All candidates seeking for admission into tertiary institutions through JAMB should take note that English Language is compulsory for all and is already an automatic part of the subject combinations.
Here is the full list of jamb subject combinations to assist you in the forthcoming 2018 UTME.

JAMB Subject Combinations for Sciences:
1. Medicine and Surgery:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

2. Agricultural Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

3. Computer Science:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Agric Science, Economics and Geography

4. Biochemistry:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

5. Biological Sciences:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics.

6. Physics:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.

7. Mathematics:
Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

8. Chemistry:
Use of English, Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

9. Nursing:
Use of English, Physics, Biology and Chemistry

10. Food, Science and Technology:
Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics / Physics and Agric Science

11. Pharmacy:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

12. Industrial Chemistry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics and any of Physics/Biology/Agricultural Science.

13. Fisheries:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any other Science subject.

14. Geology:
Use of English and any three Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

15. Geography:
Use of English, Geography and any two of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Agricultural Science.

16. Surveying and Geoinformatics:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

17. Statistics:
Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics,

18. Building:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

19. Microbiology:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics.

20. Botany:
Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

21. Zoology:
Use of English, Biology and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

22. Pure and Applied Mathematics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Biology or Agric Science or Chemistry or Geography.

23. Agriculture:
English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and any one of Physics and Mathematics.

24. Agricultural Economics:
English Language, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and Mathematics.

25. Agric-Extension:
English, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

26. Agronomy:
English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

27. Animal Production and Science:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Physics/Mathematics.

28. Crop Production and Science:
English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and Mathematics or Physics.

29. Soil Science:
English, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

30. Veterinary Science:
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

31. Forestry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

32. Civil Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

33. Chemical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

34. Computer Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

35. Electrical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

36. Electronic Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

37. Marine Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

38. Mechanical Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

39. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

40. Petroleum and Gas Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

41. Systems Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

42. Structural Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

43. Production and Industrial Engineering:
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

44. Architecture:
English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

45. Quantity Surveying:
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

46. Urban and Regional Planning:
English, Mathematics, Geography and one of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

47. Estate Management:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject

48. Anatomy:
English, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry or Physics.

49. Dentistry:
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology and one Science subject.

50. Medical Laboratory Science:
English Language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

51. Medical Rehabilitation:
Use of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

52. Physiology:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

53. Physiotherapy:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

54. Radiography:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

55. Veterinary Medicine:
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

JAMB Subject Combinations for Social/Management Sciences:
1. Accountancy:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject

2. Business Administration:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject

3. Public Administration:
Use of English, Government, Economics and any other subject

4. Banking and Finance:
Use of English, Mathematics, one Social Science subject and any other subject

5. Economics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.

6. Demography and Social Statistics:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject.

7. Geography:
Use of English, Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects

8. Library Science:
Use of English and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects

9. Mass Communication:
Use of English and any three from Arts or Social Science subjects.

10. Sociology:
Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts subjects.

11. Political Science:
Use of English, Government or History plus two other Social Science/Arts subjects.

12. Philosophy:
Use of English, Government and any other two subjects

13. Psychology:
Use of English, Any three subjects from Arts or Social Science

14. Religious Studies:
Use of English Language, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

15. Social Works:
Use of English Language, Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject

16. Sociology and Anthropology:
Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts Subjects

17. Industrial Relations:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant subject

18. Human Resources Management:
Use of English, Economics, Government and any other relevant subjects.
19. International Relations:
Use of English, Economics, Literature- inEnglish and Geography/Government/History.

20. Business Management:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

21. Cooperative and Rural Development:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other subject.

22. Tourism:
English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject.

23. Marketing:
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant Subject.

24. Insurance:
English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

JAMB Subject Combinations for Arts:
1. Arabic and Islamic Studies:
Use of English, Arabic and Two subjects from Arts and/ or Social Sciences.

2. Christian Religious Studies:
Use of English, Two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

3. Fine and Applied Arts:
Use of English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

4. Theatre Arts:
Use of English, Lit. in English and two other relevant subjects.

5. Linguistics:
English, Two relevant Arts subjects and any other subject.

6. English and International Studies:
Use of English, Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.

7. French:
English, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

8. English Language:
Use of English, Lit.-in-English, one other Arts subject and another Arts or Social Science subject.

9. Hausa:
English, Hausa, Lit in English and any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.

10. History and International Studies:
Use of English, History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

11. Islamic Studies:
English, Islamic Religious Studies plus two other Arts subjects.

12. Igbo:
English, Igbo and two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

13. Mass Communication:
Use of English, Any three Arts and Social Science subjects.

14. Music:
Use of English, Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.

15. Philosophy:
Use of English, Any three subjects.

16. Religious Studies:
English, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

17. Yoruba:
Use of English, Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

18. Anthropology:
Use of English, Any three of History, CRK/IRK, Geography, Economics, Literature in English and French.

19. Criminology and Security Studies:
English, Economics,Government, and any one of the following: History, Geography, Literature in English, French, IRK, Hausa.

20. Law:
English, Literature, Economics and any other Art Subject.

21. Civil Law:
English Language and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

22. Islamic / Sharia Law:
Use of English Language and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects including Arabic or Islamic Studies.

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Five Reasons Why Most Candidates May Fail Jamb 2018

Five Reasons Why Most Candidates May Fail Jamb 2018


As JAMB 2018 draws even closer by the day, we will be analyzing Five Reasons Why Most Candidates May Fail Jamb 2018 and how not to be among them, it will be of immense help to read the article below.
Five Reasons Why Most Candidates May Fail Jamb 2018
1. The social media frenzy coupled with the easy accessibility to the internet easily distract these candidates from concentrating on their preparation for the JAMB examination. These group of candidates hardly open their books till few days before JAMB examination. They are the ones who rain insults on JAMB online on seeing their dismal performance in the UTME. They hardly use the JAMB syllabus, past question or software. In order to avoid being this kind of candidate, embrace seriousness and dedicate yourself to studying for the examination. Failure is bitter, but it is tragically traumatic knowing it is you are the cause of it. No pain, no gain. So commit yourself to reading and preparing for the examination.
2. There’s a deep dependence on religion and the supernatural, that candidates rarely focus on their examination pursuit. They spend hours and hours in religious activities, but spend little times in their examination. They trust all kind of myths that exposit tales of success by wholesome dedication to religious activities at the detriment of actual examination preparation ( Reading of books). It’s as simple as ABC, if you fail to prepare adequately, you adequately prepare to fail. There is no other way to avoid failure than preparing effectively by dedicating yourself on marathon reading and study, and using auxiliaries like past questions and syllabus.
3. The widespread fear and restless by candidates during the period of JAMB examination is a contributory factor to failure in the examination. These fear is based on irrational bias, and it tend to undermine the confidence of any candidate that embrace it. Self-confidence is a necessary ingredient for examination success but fear decimate self-confidence. So, don’t give up or lose hope in your preparation or abilities to succeed, work harder and be inspired. Victory will smile on you.
4.Some candidates are specialists in cramming, their inability to understand whatever they are reading underlines this heinous act. Cramming doesn’t help
5. Not Seeking help when you need it!

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 Airtel SIM now gives 2GB for N100 and 10GB for N500
By Sim Ported

Airtel SIM now gives 2GB for N100 and 10GB for N500 By Sim Ported





You can now get whopping N100 for 2GB and N500 for 10GB bonus data. There’s nothing as cheap as the bonus, even the grandmaster of data plan, Glo doesn’t offer their data for that low price. What an amazing data freebie for everyone who loves to browse and download files with their Airtel SIM. 

Do not be confused, this is a “freebie” popularly known as “cheat“. It works on Android device, PSP console, iOS (iPhone), Laptop (through modem) and any other devices that can connect to the internet. No need for VPNs and others.

Glo currently offers 2GB for N500 but this Airtel freebie will give you access to enable higher data bonus for N100 and above. The more you load, the more the bonus increases.

In this article, you will have to port your MTN SIM to an Airtel SIM to enjoy the whooping offer. Porting is completely FREE and it allows you to seamlessly move your current phone number from any GSM mobile operator onto the Airtel Network.

How to Port MTN Line to Airtel Network

Get a valid ID card like Student ID card, Voter’s card & others and visit any nearest Airtel store and fill the form they will give you.





You’ll receive a successful message on your MTN line telling you to reboot and input the Airtel SIM you ported onto.





Now, switch off your phone and you’re welcomed to Airtel network.



How to Activate the Airtel Data Bonus Offer Freebie to get 2GB for N100

Now, after successfully porting your MTN line to your Airtel SIM, kindly recharge your Airtel line through bank or Zoto recharge wallet. Note: Do not recharge with scratch card pin.





After recharging N100 with any of the method above, you’ll be given instant 2GB data which valid for 30 days and the data balance can be checked by dialling *223# only.



How to get N500 for 10GB Data 

The more you recharge N100, the more the data accumulates. N200 recharge will give you instant 4GB data bonus, N500 recharge will give you 10GB and vice versa.





You can’t accumulate above 50GB data and each of the data has 30 days validity period. Your money is still intact while you enjoy your data.



NOTE: Do not recharge with scratch card pin, otherwise you won’t be given any data.

Benefits of Porting your Line

You get the best of rates for voice and data services.





You begin to leverage Airtel’s wide range of innovative and unparalleled products and services.





You have the benefit of being served by a top global brand with best-in-class network quality, amazing data speeds and a differentiated customer service experience.





Because of Airtel’s global reach, you enjoy unmatched benefits when you use your line in 20 countries and counting.





From prexblog: You enjoy whooping data bonus at the lowest rate you could never have expect from any network operators in Nigeria.



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UNILAG Supplementary Part-time Admission, 2017/2018 Announced

UNILAG Supplementary Part-time Admission, 2017/2018 Announced


This is to inform the public that the has announced supplementary admison intoits part-time degree programme of the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) University of Lagos (UNILAG) for 2017/2018 Academic Session has been announced.

The ICE Part-time degree programme is for all courses in the department of Arts and Mass Communuication

Method of Application  
Application forms are obtainable online via the University of Lagos website, https://unilag.edu.ng/, using ATM/Cash/Dedicated Teller obtainable on payment of a non-refundable fee of Fifteen Thousand Naira (N15, 000.00) only paid into any Bank within the campus using the Treasury Single Account (TSA) via Remita Platform.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS AND ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS  
Completed application form should be submitted online and a hard copy with colour print should be submitted to the Faculty of Arts Programme Office Room 634 and the Department of Mass Communication Programme Office respectively.

Entrance Examination  
The Entrance Examination will hold on January 27th, 2018.

Examinations for these programmes which will be in English Language and General Knowledge.  
NB: (1) Candidates are expected to come to the examination hall by 9:00am with the colour print of their Application Form.


UNILORIN Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Published

UNILORIN Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Published


The management of University of Ilorin has published the Academic Calendar for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

The details of the Academic Calendar are as stated below;

S /NO

ACTIVITY

ACTIVITYPROPOSED DATE1.Commencement of 2017/2018 SessionTuesday, 19th September, 20172.Vice-Chancellor’s Press Briefing for the 33rd Convocation CeremoniesFriday, 13th October, 20173.Convocation Day 1 – Award of DegreesFriday, 20th October, 20174.Convocation Day 2 – Award of Degrees, Commissioning of Projects, Luncheon and Merit AwardsSaturday, 21st October, 20175.Faculty Board of Examiners to Consider Goodstanding ResultsWednesday, 25th-27th October, 20176.Business Committee of Senate to Consider Goodstanding ResultsTuesday, 31st October, 20177.Senate (Special) for Goodstanding ResultsMonday, 6th November, 20178.Returning Students Come into Hall of Residence 9.Fresh Students Come into of ResidenceSaturday, 6th January, 201810.Payment of Acceptance FeeMonday, 11th December, 201711.End of Screening for Freshers 12.Commencement of on-line Registration for FreshersMonday 8th January, 2018

13.Commencement of on-line Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 14th November, 201714.Commencement of Lectures for the Harmattan SemesterMonday, 20th November, 201715.End of Normal Registration for FreshersFriday, 26th January, 201816.Commencement of Late Registration for FreshersSaturday, 27th January, 201817.End of Normal Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 28th November, 201718.Commencement of Late Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 29th November, 201719.End of Late Registration for FreshersFriday, 9th February, 201820.Senate (Statutory)Tuesday, 12th December, 201721.End of Late Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 13th December, 201722.Business Committee of Senate to Consider List of Registered StudentsTuesday, 20th February, 201823.End of Year BreakFriday, 22nd December, 2017- 1st January, 201824.CBT Continuous Assessment (Returning)Monday, 8th -12th January, 201825.Senate (List of Registered Students & other matters)Monday, 26th February, 201826.MatriculationFriday, 2nd March, 201827.CBT Continuous Assessment (Freshers)Monday, 12th March, 201828.End of Harmattan Semester Lectures (Returning)Monday, 12th February, 201829.Lecture Free WeekMonday, 12th-17th February, 201830.Commencement of Harmattan Semester Examinations (Manual) (Returning)Monday, 19th February, 201831.End of Harmattan Semester Examination (Returning)Saturday, 10th March, 201832.Harmattan Semester Break (Returning)Sunday, 11th March – 7th April, 201833.Commencement of Harmattan Semester Examination (Freshers)Monday, 16th April – 4th May, 2018

34.Faculty Board of Examiners to Consider Final Year Results at the End of 1st Semester (Presentation 1)Thursday, 11th – 13th April, 201835.Business Committee of Senate to Consider Final Year Results at the End of 1st Semester (1st Presentation)Wednesday, 25th – 27th April, 201836.End of Harmattan Semester Examination (Freshers)Friday, 4th May, 201837.Rain Semester BeginsSaturday, 7th April, 201838.Senate to consider Final Year Results (1st Presentation)Thursday, 3rd May 201839.Senate Meeting (Statutory)Tuesday, 5th June, 201840.Continuous Assessment (Returning) CBTMonday, 28th May-1st June, 201841.End of Rain Semester Lectures (Returning)Friday, 6th July, 201842.Lecture Free WeekMonday, 9th-13th July, 201843.Commencement of Rain Semester Examinations (Returning) CBT, C.A. (Freshers)Monday, 16th July, 201844.Commencement of SIWES, Teaching Practice, SWEP etc.As Fixed45.End of Rain Semester Examinations (Returning)Saturday, 4th August, 201846.Faculty Board of Examiners (to consider Final Year Results)Monday, 20th – 24th August, 201847.Commencement of Rain Semester Lectures (Freshers)Monday, 7th May, 201848.End of Lectures (Freshers)Friday, 28th July, 201849.Lecture Free Week (Freshers)Monday, 30th July – 3rd August, 201850.Rain Semester Exams Begin and end (Freshers)Monday, 6th – 27th August, 201851.CBT Test (Freshers)Monday, 6th -21st August, 201852.Business Committee of Senate to Consider Final Year ResultsMonday, 27th – 31st August 201853.Senate to Consider Graduating Students’ Results and End of SessionFriday, 7th September, 2018

54.Commencement of 2018/2019 SessionSaturday, 8th September, 201855.Faculty Board Examiners to Consider Goodstanding ResultMonday, 17th – 21st September, 201856.Business Committee of Senate to Consider Goodstanding ResultsMonday 24th – 28th September, 201857Special Senate to Consider Goodstanding ResultsThursday, 4th October, 201858.Freshers Come into ResidenceSaturday, 6th October, 201859.Payment of Acceptance FeeMonday, 8th – 13th October, 201860.Returning Students Come into ResidenceSaturday, 13th October, 201861.Commencement of Admission Screening for FreshersMonday, 15th October, 201862.Commencement of on-line Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 15th October, 201863.End of Screening for FreshersMonday, 15th October, 201864.Commencement of on-line Registration for FreshersMonday, 15th October, 201865.Press Conference/BriefingMonday, 15th October, 201866.Convocation Lecture and Chancellor’s CocktailThursday, 18th October, 201867.Convocation Day 1Tuesday 22nd & Wednesday 23rd October, 201868.Convocation Day 2 Commissioning of Projects: Luncheon and Merit AwardSaturday, 20th October, 201869.End of Normal Registration for FreshersMonday, 29th October, 201870.Commencement of Lectures for the Harmattan SemesterMonday, 29th October, 201871.End of Normal Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 29th October, 201872.Commencement of Late Registration for Returning StudentsMonday, 29th October, 201873.Commencement of Late Registration for FreshersMonday, 29th October, 201874.End of Late Registration for Returning Students.Monday, 12th November,

Note:

*Subject to Amendments

Wednesdays     4pm-6pm:     Lectures Free for Sports Activities

SUMMARY

1•2 Weeks of Registration -           For both Fresh & Returning Students

2 •2 Weeks of Late Registration -           For both Fresh & Returning Students

3•13 Weeks of Instructions for the Harmattan Semester

4• 3 Weeks of Harmattan Examination

5 •4 Weeks of Marking and Computation of Results for the Harmattan Semester

6 •13 Weeks of Instructions for the Rain Semester

7• 3 Weeks of Rain Semester Examinations

8• 4 Weeks of Marking & Computation of Results




LASU Open And Distance Learning & Research Institute Receives NUC Approval

LASU Open And Distance Learning & Research Institute Receives NUC Approval


The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved by the establishment of the Lagos State University (LASU) Open and Distance Learning and Research Institute (ODLRI).  The approval came after a recent visit by the Universities Regulatory Body to assess the facilities of the Institute at the Main Campus of the University in Ojo.

The ODLRI was established by the Prof. Olanrewaju Adigun Fagbohun-led administration to replace the now rested LASU External System (LASUES) and provide opportunity for millions of knowledge seekers who are desirous of pursuing their first degrees in the University, but are unable to gain admission into the regular programmes. The ODLRI Board is headed by renowned Academic and Former Executive Secretary, NUC, Dist. Prof. Peter Okebukola.

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Fagbohun, while receiving the NUC team on their assessment visit, had assured the Executive Secretary, NUC, Professor Abubakar Rasheed that LASU-ODLRI will be the gold standard in the delivery of quality University education in Africa through the Open and Distance Learning delivery platform. The approved take-off programme is the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

LASU-ODLRI has several unique features. Course contents are pitched above NUC minimum standards with slant on 21-Century skills especially critical thinking, teamwork, entrepreneurship and digital literacy. It will be delivered on a learner-friendly, easy-to-navigate e-learning platform with 24-hour learner support. It will apply global best practices in Open and Distance learning delivery. Another distinguishing feature is that it will embed research and development into all operations.  All course materials are pilot tested before full diffusion. There are no imported courseware as all materials are proudly homegrown in LASU. It will blend 30% on-campus instruction with 70% instruction in a technology-enabled virtual learning environment.

With the approval of the Institute, sale of forms is expected to commence any moment from now.

Signed 
Ademola Adekoya 
Cordinator, Centre for Information, Press and Public Relations, 
Lagos State University, Ojo.


NYSC 2017 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) Call-Up Letter Printing And Orientation Details

NYSC 2017 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) Call-Up Letter Printing And Orientation Details


The NYSC 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream II Orientation Course is scheduled to hold in Fifteen (15) NYSC Orientation Camps only, namely; Abia, Bauchi, Benue, Delta, Enugu, Sokoto, Jigawa, Kaduna, Katsina, Plateau, Lagos, Osun, Oyo, Rivers and the FCT. The Orientation Course is to commence as follows;

(a) Commencement and Registration: Tuesday 16th January, 2018 
(b) Cut-off date for Registration: Midnight Wednesday,17th January, 2018 
(c) Swearing-In Ceremony: Thursday, 18th January, 2018 
(d) Closing: Monday, 5th February, 2018

2. All prospective corps members for the 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream II Orientation Course are advised to proceed to their respective Camps as stated on their Call-up letters. Foreign-trained graduates are to report to the Camp with their travelling Passport for Identification as well as their Certificate/Transcript for verification.

3. In the event of any loss of Call-up Letter, the Corps member who collected the Call-up letter from his/her Institution is advised to obtain Police Report and Sworn Court Affidavit and thereafter, report to the Institution of graduation for further necessary action. Those who initially printed their Call-up Letters on-line can re-print the Call-up Letters as many times as they want in the case of loss.

4. Prospective Corps Members are to note that their states of deployment may differ from their orientation camp venue, hence; they must take careful note of their respective orientation camp venue before proceeding to camp.

REQUIREMENT FOR REGISTRATION:

(a) Original Call-up Letter or Call-up Letter printed on-line 
(b) Statement of Result endorsed by authorized officer with authentic signature.

(c) School Identity Card, including travelling Passport for Foreign-trained graduates.

(d) Medical Doctors, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists and Optometrists are to produce evidence of Registration with their Professional Bodies.

(e) Prospective Corps members should go to Camp with Functional Account Number and Bank Verification Number (BVN) to facilitate online payment of entitlements.

(f) In addition, each prospective corps member MUST present Certificate of Fitness from a Government or Military Hospital showing his/her health status before he/she will be registered and admitted for the orientation course.

The Director–General, Brigadier General SZ Kazaure DSS PhD FCSN wishes all prospective corps members journey mercies to their respective camps and a memorable orientation course.

Signed: 
MANAGEMENT


LASU Sandwich Programme Admission List (Batch C) 2017/2018

LASU Sandwich Programme Admission List (Batch C) 2017/2018

News



The management of Lagos State University (LASU) has released the Batch C Sandwich Programme Admission List for the 2017 Modular year.

The list contains both the names of candidates admitted into 100 level as well as the 200 level of the programme.

The names of candidates admitted in this Batch totaled 240.

The names of admitted candidates are listed bellow:

NAME PROGRAMME APPLIED FOR DURATION OF STUDIES

1 ONWUKA, BLESSING CHIUKPAI Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
2 ANIEKWE, GRACE UKAMAKA Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
3 ADIO, ADEKEMI OMOLADUN Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
4 GBADEBO, QUDRATULLAH ADEJOKE Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
5 ADENIRAN, SOFIAT OYENIKE Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
6 SHOYOMBO, ABISOYE MARY Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
7 OLAJIDE, OLUWASEUN ESTHER Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
8 NWELE, DORIS ORIE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
9 EZEKIEL, LADI J. Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
10 OGUNSOLA, DORCAS TEMITOPE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
11 IBRAHIM, MUNIRAH ADETUTU Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
12 ADEKUNLE, FOLUKE ABIODUN Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
13 SULAIMON, AZEEZ BIOLA Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
14 AFOLABI, RAHAMAT OLAJUMOKE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
15 WILLIAMS, ODION FAITH Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
16 JOHN, ESTHER SHADE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
17 UCHE, ANTHONY ANDERSON-O Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
18 OPOMULERO, SHEHU ABDULLAHI Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
19 EMIDA, OLASUNBO MARIAM English Education, B.A (Ed) 4yrs
20 KAPPO, GBENUPO BISI English Education, B.A (Ed) 4yrs
21 AMORE, CALEB AKINTOYE English Education, B.A (Ed) 4yrs
22 ADEDEJI, FOLASHADE FELICIA English Education, B.A (Ed) 4yrs
23 ALAWODE, DORCAS AYOBAMI Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
24 OGBUAGU, EUNICE UZOMA Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
25 OLADIPUPO, OLATUNBOSUN ANIKE Health Education 4yrs
26 AKINTOLA, TIRIMIDHI OLALEKAN Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 4yrs
27 SALIMAN, YUSUF OLATUNJI Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 4yrs
28 SALAMI, IBRAHIM ADEBAYO Physical & Health Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
29 YUSUF, AZEEZ DUROJAIYE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 4yrs
30 EFFIONG, ESTHER UDOH Social Studies Education B. (Ed) 4yrs
31 ADEYINKA, OLUWATOYIN REBECCA Social Studies Education B. (Ed) 4yrs
32 FALABI, DAMILOLA ADESEWA Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5 ys
33 ADELEKAN, OLASHILE QUDUS Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
34 AJIBOLA, DANIEL ADEOLA Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
35 AJAYI, ABIGAIL ODUNAYO Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
36 ANJORIN, HANNAH OLUWAKEMI Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
37 AWOTUNDE, ABIODUN ABIODUN Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
38 AINA, OLUWATOBI AISHA Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
39 SANNI, OLANREWAJU TAJUDEEN Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
40 OLATUNJI, JANET IYANUOLUWAPO Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
41 AKANDE, SODIQ KAYODE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
42 AKINTADE, OLUWATOBI ELIZABETH Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
43 BAMIGBOYE, JABAR DOLAPO Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
44 AREWA, DAMILOLA PETER Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
45 OGUNDEJI, ADEOLA OMOLERE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
46 IDARA, TEGAR PRAISE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
47 ADEDOTUN, ABIBAH ADEOTI Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
48 OLATUNDE, DANIEL ABIODUN Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
49 ADENUGA, OLUWAFEMI PETER Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
50 EWUOSHO, OMOTOLANI OLANSHILE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
51 OYEKUNLE, OLAIDE SERIFAT Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
52 AJAYI, SAMUEL AYODEJI Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
53 UGBO, OSAGIE ODION Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
54 OYENIRAN, TOLANI ADEWALE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
55 OYENIRAN, ABOSEDE ABIDEMI Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
56 ODIETE, UFUOMA CHRISTIANA Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
57 LATEEF, BOLATITO YUSROH Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
58 OMINUTA, VICTOR AIGBILUESE Accounting Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
59 OLUDE, ALIU ADEGORIOLA Arabic Education 5yrs
60 HISQUEEL, IBRAHEEM BARAM Arabic Education 5yrs
61 YUSUF, KAMOLDEEN OPEYEMI Arabic Education 5yrs
62 LAGBE, QUADRI OLORUNGBEBE Arabic Education 5yrs
63 FADEYI, SODIQ OLAJIDE Arabic Education 5yrs
64 YUNUS, HAMODTIJANI KEHINDE Arabic Education B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
65 GEORGE, ZION GOLD Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
66 MUSTAPHA, ADEBIMPE AISHAT Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
67 OGUNSANYA, OLUWAFERANMI Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
68 OGUNSEYE, MOJISOLA IFEOLUWAPO Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
69 IGEGBE, LAWRENCIA NNEKA Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
70 IGUDA, UZAIRU A. Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
71 MBAEKWE, FAVOUR OLUCHI Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
72 OGBUDIKE, GLORIA UZOMA Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
73 ABOLAJI, KEHINDE ESTHER Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
74 OLEABHIELE, SYLVIA OGHOYE Biology Education B.Sc (Ed)
75 CHUKWUKAODINAKA, GLORIA CHINYEAKA Biology Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
76 TABUGBO BENEDICT CHINWEUBA Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
77 OLADOSU, BABATUNDE OLADIMEJI Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
78 ABDULRAUF, ROFIAT OLABISI Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
79 BABATUNDE, IBRAHIM OLAMILEKAN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
80 OYETOLA, RUKAYAT ABIODUN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
81 EBINE, IDOWU OLUWAFUNMI Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
82 ESSIEN, ESTHER QUEEN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
83 EJINKEONYE, IFEOMA CYNTHIA Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
84 IBRAHIM, SHAKIRU TUNDE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
85 ADEBOYE, SHOLA OLANREWAJU Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
86 KINGLEO, ESTHER NWAKAEGO Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
87 BALOGUN, KEHINDE SIKIRA Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
88 OKPALIKE, ANNASTASIA CHIDIOGO Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
89 HUNPE, JIMOH HOTEPO Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
90 RAHEEM, OLADIMEJI SULAIMON Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
91 SALLAHUDEEN, HAZEEZAH ADEBODUN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
92 AKANDE, JOSEPH IDOWU Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
93 ADEFEMI, FUNKE ELIZABETH Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
94 OKWUOSA, CHARLES EMEKA Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
95 CHIBUOKE, UCHE KATE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
96 OSEJI, RACHAEL IFECHUKWUDE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
97 ABIIBA, OLUWASEUN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
98 AKPAN, ROSEMARY CHIDINMA Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
99 ALARAN, ADERONKE Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
100 OGUNYEBI, MICHEAL SEGUN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
101 OGUNBOYE, ABOSEDE JOY Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
102 ONYEJIAKU, JOY ADAUGO Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
103 JOLAOSHO, COMFORT ODUNAYO Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
104 POPOOLA, OLUWAKEMI OLUWATOYIN Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
105 ILOH, CHISOM DORATHY Business Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
106 AFOLABI, OPEYEMI ESTHER Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
107 ABOLAJI, TAIWO EUNICE Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
108 AYODELE, HANNAH OLUWADEMILOLA Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
109 EKWONYE, AMARACHI STEPHANIE Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
110 RAJI, ROFIYAT ADENIKE Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
111 ADEGBOYE, GHANIYAH OMOLADE Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
112 FUNMINIYI, ADEDOLAPO BLESSING Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
113 ADOME, SEYI JOHN Chemistry Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
114 ALABI, ESTHER OMONIGHO Christian Religious Studies B. A. (Ed) 5yrs
115 AJEIGBE, BASIRAH ABIMBOLA Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
116 TIJANI, RUQAYYAH ODUNOLA Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
117 OKORIE, UDOKA VIVIAN Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
118 FRIDAY, EKAETTE PRECIOUS Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
119 ADEWALE RASHIDAT ADEBOLA Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
120 AJANI, SAMUEL ABIODUN Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
121 DANIEL, EMMANUEL WONDER Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
122 SIMON, CHIKA KATHERINE Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
123 AJAYI, ABIODUN ADENIYI Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
124 OLAYIWOLA, SHUAIB OLANREWAJU Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
125 UDEH, CHIMA FREDRICK Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
126 ADEFEMI, PELUMI IMISIOLUWA Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
127 OLAWALE, OLUWATOBI IMOLE Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
128 ONI, AYOBAMI AYEFELE ABRAHAM Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
129 OLATUNDE, MICHAEL OLADIPO Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
130 IKUKOYI, KOLAPO SOLOMON Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
131 ANYANWU, CHINECHEREM LUCY Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
132 HODONU, VICTORIA TEMITOPE Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
133 ADEKOYA, OLUWASEYI IMOLEAYO Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
134 ODEDELE, VICTORIA OLUWAYOMI Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
135 ADEPOJU, PAUL ADEKUNLE Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
136 LAWAL, TOHEEB SEGUN Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
137 ALENKHE, EMMANUEL OSIEWE Computer Science B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
138 ALUKO, BADEJOKO OYINADE Early Childhood & Primary Edu 5yrs
139 OLAWALE, FOLASHADE DEBORAH Early Childhood & Primary Edu 5yrs
140 FUNMINIYI, ADEBIMPE AYOBAMI Early Childhood & Primary Edu 5yrs
141 ORIAKU, NNEOMA PRECIOUS Early Childhood & Primary Edu 5yrs
142 EKOMAFE, DAVIES OGHENEWORE Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
143 OGUNLAJA, SODIQ ADEYINKA Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
144 FOLARORI, MISTURAH AJOKE Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
145 ADEMOLA, OLUWAPELUMI HAPPINESS Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
146 HESHILI, PETER ADEYEMI Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
147 AKINOLA, OLUWANISHOLA HASSAN Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
148 FRIDAY, CHRISTIANA SUSAN Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
149 ALLEN, TEMITOPE VERONICA Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
150 ADEYERI, TEMILOLA VICTORIA Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
151 OYESANWO, ABDULAZEEZ OLUSEGUN Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
152 UCHE, PRECIOUS ONYINYE Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
153 OLAWALE, OLUFUNMI RUKAYAT Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
154 CHIEDO, IKENNA UCHECHUKWU Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
155 UMUNNAH, KINGSLEY NNAMDI Economics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
156 ENEBUSE, CASSANDRA KORISEYENUM Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
157 ENIAFE, IDRIS OLAKUNLE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
158 GBADAMOSI, ABDUL GAFAR ABIOLA Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
159 OGBEIDE, EHIS MICHAEL Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
160 GBARATO, BARINE ROSELINE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
161 OBASANYA, TEMITOPE REBECCA Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
162 MADU, AUGUSTINE UGOCHUKWU Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
163 MALOMO, CHRISTIANAH TEMITOPE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
164 OLA BUSOLA ATINUKE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
165 KOLEOSHO, DEBORAH MERCY Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
166 AWONIYI, OPEYEMI SARAH Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
167 OLUWALAMBE, WAHEED ALADE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
168 AGOSU, PHILIP SETONJI Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
169 RAUFU, KABIRAT BUKOLA Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
170 IRULO, LOVELINE CHINENYE Educational Management B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
171 ONIYE, JOEL OLUWADAMILOLA Educational Tech B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
172 CHUKWU, SAMUEL OLUCHUKWU Educational Technology B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
173 AJAYI, AMOS TEMITOPE Educational Technology B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
174 AKPAN EMMANUEL ABUNDANCE English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
175 ADEBARI, ABIGAIL FUNMILOLA English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
176 OGUNGBAYI, HALIMAH OPEYEMI English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
177 OLUMARO, REBECCA O. English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
178 OLAWALE, WALIYAT OLAJUMOKE English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
179 AKINLOLU, ANUOLUWAPO OLUWATOSIN English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
180 AYOOLA, ABIDEMI OLAJUMOKE English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
181 ADEBOUN, ADEDAMOLA ESTHER English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
182 AMADI, CHIDINMA ESTHER English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
183 KAPPO, SEIDE GABRIEL English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
184 MEKWUNYE, SUSAN AINA English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
185 ANORUO, GOODNESS CHIKA English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
186 OGUNLEYE, SARAH IFEOLUWA English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
187 ARALAYO, SAIDAT AYINKE English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
188 LEKAM, EDITH GEORGE English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
189 URAMA, IFUNANYA LOVETH English Education, B.A (Ed) 5yrs
190 AFOLABI, BABATUNDE KAMAR Geography Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
191 AYOOLA, FLORENCE DAMILOLA Geography Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
192 OJOBO, MATHEW OUNDEGU Geography Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
193 OGBUAGU JONAS OKAM Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
194 LULAWO CHARITY ENIGU Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
195 OLAJIDE, ADEGBOLA A. Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
196 ADETAYO, COMFORT ABIMBOLA Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
197 DAUDA, SULIYAT OPEYEMI Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
198 UMEH, JANE ADAOBI Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
199 AKOSA, NNEKA CAROLINE Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
200 ALAKIJA, OLUFUNKE ELOHO Guidance & Counselling B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
201 UZOUKWU, CHIBUIKE VINCENT Health Education 5yrs
202 NNADI, BLESSING CHIDINMA Health Education 5yrs
203 ANJORIN, PRINCESS ABIOLA Health Education 5yrs
204 IKECHUKWU, CHIKA M. Health Education 5yrs
205 OLORUNFUNMI, ADEBUSAYO IRETIAYO Health Education 5yrs
206 AYENI, FAITH OLUWASEUN Health Education 5yrs
207 OTTAH, MARY EMMANUELLA Health Education 5yrs
208 FADAIRO, KAFAYAT AMOKE Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
209 BUHARI, MULIKAT Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
210 ABUBAKAR JIBRIN, NAFISA Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
211 OLAYEMI, RAZAQ ISHOLA Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
212 GANIYU, YUNUS FOLORUNSHO Islamic Religious Studies B.A. (Ed) 5yrs
213 EDEH, FAVOUR NMESOMA Physical & Health Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
214 OKOLIE, OLIVIA NNEAMAKA Physical & Health Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
215 CHUKWUMA, CHIAMAKA STEPHANE Physics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
216 OMOMUWASAN, GLORY TEMITOPE Physics Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
217 AJIMATI, KAYODE JOSEPH Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
218 OLOLADE-OLOYEDE, ADEJOKE YOMADE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
219 MUSTAPHA, ABEEB AMONLE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
220 AJOSE, OLUWAKOREDE SIMBIAT Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
221 OBI, BESTY IKECHUKWU Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
222 IBRAHIM, LUKMAN Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
223 AYAH, DICKSON WASHINTON Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
224 OLADIMEJI, OLUSEYI ABRAHAM Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
225 OLASEMOJO, SAMUEL OLAKUNLE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
226 IJIBADEJO, YOMADE ODUNAYO Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
227 OYENIYI, FATIMOH KIKELOMO Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
228 ASOKO, IDRIS ADEOLU Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
229 AKINSANYA, IDRIS ADEWALE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
230 AMUSIRE, TIMILEHIN Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
231 SALAMI, KAZEEM OKIKIOLA Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
232 FANIRAN, TOBI TIMILEYIN Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
233 ILIYASU, ABDULLAHI MUSTAPHA Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
234 AIYEOBASAN, ANGELA EBERECHUKWU Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
235 ALAM, OZIOMA SANDRA Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
236 USMAN, SHUKURAT TEMITOPE Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
237 IBOR, FRIDAY THEOPHILUS Political Science Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
238 RAIMI, OLUWABUKOLA REBECCA Social Studies Education B. (Ed) 5yrs
239 HUNPE, HUNDOSU ADEGBOLA Yoruba Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs
240 AYODELE, AZEEZ KEHINDE Yoruba Education B.Sc (Ed) 5yrs


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

WAEC 2018/2019 OFFICIAL TIME TABLE Is Now Out

WAEC 2018/2019 OFFICIAL TIME TABLE Is Now Out


The WASSCE for Private Candidates 2018 First Series Examination is scheduled to commence on Monday 29th January, 2018.
 


Examination is expected to end on Monday 12th February, 2018.

Monday 29th January, 2018
Civic Education 2 [Essay] 9.30 am – 11.30 am
Civic Education 1 [Objective] 11.30pm – 12.30pm

Agricultural Science 3 [Alternative to Practical Work]

3:00pm – 4:30pm

Tuesday 30th January, 2018
Agricultural Science 2 (Essay) 9.30 am-11.40am
Agricultural Science 1 -11.40pm – 12.30pm

Wednesday 31st January, 2018
Financial Accounting 2 [ Theory and Practice] 9:30am – 12:00pm

Financial Accounting 1 [Objectives] 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Biology 2 [Essay] 3:00pm – 4:40pm

Biology 1 [Objectives] 4:40pm – 5:00pm

Thursday 1st February, 2018
Hausa 2 [Essay]  9:30am – 11:00am

Hausa 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm

Igbo 2 [Essay]  9:30am – 11:00pm
Igbo 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm

Yoruba 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00pm

Yoruba 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm

Chemistry 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:30pm – 5:00pm 

Friday 2nd February, 2018
Geography 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:30am

Geography 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm

Biology 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 2:00pm – 4:00pm  

Saturday 3rd February, 2018
General Mathematics [Core] 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 12:00pm
General Mathematics [Core] 1 [Objectives] 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Monday 5th February, 2018
Physics 2 (Essay) 9.30 am – 11.00am
Physics 1 (Objectives) 11.00am – 12.15 pm

Geography 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:00pm – 4:50pm 

Tuesday 6th February, 2018
Economics 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm Economics 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.30 am
Physics 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2.00pm-4.45pm

Wednesday 7th February, 2018
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm
Islamic Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am 

Islamic Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm

Literature-In-Eng 2 (Prose) 2.00pm – 3.15 pm
Literature-In-Eng 1 (Objectives) 3.15 am – 4.15pm

Thursday 8th February, 2018
Chemistry 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm
Chemistry 1 (Objectives) 11.30pm – 12.30pm

Government 2 (Essay) 2.00pm – 4.00 pm
Government (Obj) 4.00pm – 5.00 pm

Friday 9th February, 2018
Commerce 2 (Essay) 9.30am-11.30am
Commerce 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.20am
Literature-In-Eng 3 (Drama & Poetry) 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Saturday 10th February, 2018
English Language 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30am
English Language 1(Obj) 11.30am – 12.30pm
English Language 3(Oral) 3.30pm – 4.15am

Monday 12th February, 2018

Further Mathematics [Elective] 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 12.00pm
Further Mathematics [Elective] 1 (Objectives) 3.00pm – 4.30pm 

NOTE:

Difference In Time On Question Paper and Time-Table

Where the duration indicated on the question paper differs from that on the time-table, the one on the question paper should be followed.












JAMB POSTPONED 2018 MOCK EXAM

Till Further Notice

JAMB POSTPONED 2018 MOCK EXAM Till Further Notice

The 2018 JAMB UTME Mock examination which was ealier scheduled to hold between January 22 and 24 has been moved to the first week in February.

The reason for the postponement was necessitated by the fact that some of the CBT centres located within campuses cannot be used due to the ongoing strike action by NASU.

However, the date for the main examination which was ealier scheduled to commence on March 9th, 2018 and end on March 17th, 2018 remains the same. 

So far, 283,319 out of the expected 2 million candidates have registered for the 2018 UTME.








LAUTECH Pre-degree Science Programme 2017/2018 Application Is Out!

LAUTECH Pre-degree Science Programme 2017/2018 Application Is Out!

Admission Requirement

Candidate should possess at least SSCE, NECO GCE Ordinary Level or NABTEB in not more than two sittings, with a minimum of credit in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and ChemistryAny Candidate who does not satisfy the above requirement for admission needs not apply.


Duration of Programme
The programme is expected to run for six (6) calendar months with an intensive and compulsory 3 months ICT programme.
Closing Date
The closing date for the submission of Application Form is Monday, January 22, 2018. Each candidate must ensure that the examination slip bearing his/her passport photograph is downloaded and printed as an evidence of successful submission of form.

Please note that late completion/submission of forms will not be entertained.

Entrance Examination
The entrance examination which will be Computer Based Test (CBT) will take place on Tuesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 10.00 am at specified centres in LAUTECH, Ogbomoso. Subsequent examinations during the programme will also be CBT.

Placement into Degree Programmes
Placement into degree programmes will be based on performance at the end of the programme, admission requirements, vacancy in the desired degree programme, and participation in the ICT intensive training. Also, all intending applicants are to ensure they obtain 2018 UTME form, sit for the examination and pass the minimum cut off mark as may be determined by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Payment Summary
Application Form Fee:   =N= 10,000:00

All Fees are payable via the LAUTECH InterSwitch Payment Integration Platform

Note that a bank transaction charge of =N=300:00 per transaction apply for all InterSwitch payments

You will be redirected to interswitch gateway during registration to make payment for the Application Form. Prepare for making your payment online by having the following information handy:

An Interswitch enabled Debit/ ATM card, specifying the “Card Number”, “Expiry Date”, “Card PIN” and “CVV2 Code”

Ensure that you have sufficient funds in the card specified above, to cater for your fees as quoted in this section

 To apply for this programme, kindly click here 


LAUTECH Prr-degree Science Programme 2017/2018 Application

LAUTECH Prr-degree Science Programme 2017/2018 Application

Registration Steps

Click here to apply" link at the top of this web page. You should ONLY do this after you MUST have read and understood all the instructions on this site. The Email Address supplied has to be unique and valid, and will serve as your Registration ID to make payment.

After successfully registering an account, you are to visit the Email address you supplied, to retrieve your PASSCODE. This PASSCODE will enable you access the payment system. This can be accessed through the "returning aplicant" link at the top of this page.

After registering an account, please note, you then fall into the category of "Returning Applicant", and you should always use the "Returning Applicant Login" at the top of this web page.

As a "Returning Applicant", you can make payment (by clicking on "Click here to Pay for your Application Form with a Created Email Address". You are expected to supply the Email Address registered earlier and the PASSCODE sent to you); you can obtain a Application Form Number(this must be after a successful Application Form Payment); and you can also complete the application process.

After a successful payment, in order to get an Application Form Number, click on "Click here to get a Form Number". You are expected to supply the Email Address registered earlier and the PASSCODE sent to you. Your Application Form Number will be e-mailed to the supplied email address, and also shown on the screen.

To complete the Application Form, you need to have gotten an Application Form number. You are to login with your Application Form number and the password earlier created. After you successfully fill the application form, and submit it, an Examination venue will be alloted to you. Please make sure you print this slip.

Please note, after submission of your Application Form, you will be unable to change the Passport Photograph uploaded. Hence confirm the passport uploaded is yours before you attempt to submit your form.

Contact Us

PDSP Contact

For further enquiries, you may contact us via the listed contacts below:

Phone Numbers: +2348033817017, +2348033805028

Email Address: [email protected]

ICT Contact

For technical or payment related matters arising during the Application process, you may contact us via the listed contacts below:

Working Hours: 8am - 4pm, Working days

Phone Numbers: +2348079038989, +2349094507494

Email Address: [email protected]
 

 Related post LAUTECH Admission Cut-off Marks 2017/2018  

LAUTECH Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Session.


LAUTECH Admission Cut-off Marks 2017/2018

LAUTECH Admission Cut-off Marks 2017/2018



The management of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) has published the admission cut-off marks into the various undergraduate courses for 2017/2018 academic session.

The breakdown is as follows;

Agric Econs – 35%

Agroc Extension and Rural Development – 30%

Animal Production and Health – 35%

Animal Nutrition and Biotechnology – 35%

Crop Production and Soil Science – 30%

Crop and Environmental Protection – 30%

Medicone – 69%

Anatomy – 45%

Biochemistry – 50%

Physiology – 45%

Nursing – 64%

Medical Laboratory Science – 60%

Architecture – 55%

Fine and Applied Arts – 30%

Also Read: LAUTECH Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Session

Urban and Regional Planning – 33%

Agricultural Engineering – 40%

Computer Science and Engineering – 55%

Civil Engineering – 55%

Chemical Engineering – 50%

Food Science and Engineering – 45%

Mechanical Engineering – 55%

Electrical and Electronic Engineering – 54%

Accounting – 30%

Marketing – 30%

Transport Management – 30%

Pure and Applied Biology – 35%

Pure and Applied Chemistry – 30%

Pure and Applied Mathematics – 35%

Pure and Applied Physics – 35%

Earth Sciences – 40%

Science Laboratory Technology – 30%

Statistics – 30%

  


LAUTECH Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Session

LAUTECH Academic Calendar 2017/2018 Session



The mangemnt of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) has published the Acaxdemic Calendar for 2017/2018 Session as approved by University Senate at its meeting of Thursday January 4, 2018.

The complete details of the Academic Calendar are as follows;

2017/2018 HARMATTAN SEMESTER

Friday, January 12                              Resumption for Fresh Students and Stalites Registration without Penalty Begins 
Monday, January 15                           Commencement of Lectures for Stalites Orientation for Fresh Students 
Friday, January 19                              End of Orientation for Fresh Students 
Monday, January 22                            Commencement of Lectures for Fresh Students 
Sunday, February 4                             Registration without Penalty Ends 
Monday, February 5                           Registration with Penalty Begins 
Monday, February 19                         Matriculation Ceremony for Fresh Students 
Sunday, February 25                           Registration with Penalty Ends 
(Any unregistered student at 12.00 midnight by this date loses his/her studentship for the Semester) 
Monday, March 19                             Lecture Free Week Begins 
Sunday, March 25                               Lecture Free Week Ends 
Monday, March 26                             2017/2018 Harmattan Semester Examination Begins 
Friday, April 13                                  2017/2018 Harmattan Semester Examination Ends 
Sunday, April 15                                 2017/2018 Harmattan Semester Break Begins 
Saturday, April 21                              Harmattan Semester Examination Break Ends

2017/2018 RAIN SEMESTER

Sunday, April 22                                 Resumption for 2017/2018 Rain Semester 
Monday, April 23                               Registration without Penalty for all students Begins Convocation Ceremony 
Monday, April 30                               Commencement of Lectures 
Sunday, May 20                                  Registration without Penalty Ends Registration with Penalty Begins 
Sunday, June 10                                  Registration with Penalty Ends 
Saturday, June 23                               End of Lectures 
Monday, June 25                                Lecture Free Week begins 
Friday, June 29                                   End of Lecture Free Week 
Monday, July 2                                   Rain Semester Examinations Starts 
Saturday, July 28                                Rain Semester Examinations Ends


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra Phone Specifications and Price

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra Phone Specifications and Price



After introducing the Xperia XA2, Sony went ahead to announce an upgrade to the phone in quick succession and named it Xperia XA1 Ultra The ultra features a bigger 6 inches display, bigger 3580mAh battery and a dual selfie camera while the previous version has 5.2 inches display, 3300mAh battery and single main camera.

Like its smaller variant, the Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra is equipped with NFC, adaptive charging and fast battery charging, and does not feature an edge-to-edge display.

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Amazing! MTN Introduces First Ever 5G Network Technology in Africa

Amazing! MTN Introduces First Ever 5G Network Technology in Africa

“This is the highest achieved on a mobile network in Africa‚” the service provider said in a statement on Monday. 

It said it was ready to deploy the technology commercially but could not do so until it had access to additional frequency spectrum.

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa‚ which regulates spectrum‚ has not yet allocated spectrum for 4G infrastructure‚ TechCentral reported‚ forcing operators to reallocate 2G and 3G spectrum.

Said MTN South Africa chief technology and innovation officer Giovanni Chiarelli: “There is no doubt that 5G will offer the consumer higher speeds and lower latency‚ but to achieve this we need the capacity that comes with additional spectrum.

MTN has a 4G license in Nigeria and could look forward deploying the technology in the country in the near future.

MTN has collaborated with network equipment provider Ericsson on its 5G trial and found that the technology is at least 100 times faster than 4G.

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PHOTO: Class Act From Former Arsenal Star Emmanuel Adebayor

PHOTO: Class Act From Former Arsenal Star Emmanuel Adebayor




Former Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has adopted his deceased brother's son The 33-year-old ha...

Former Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has adopted his deceased brother's son

The 33-year-old has decided to take on his nephew following the passing of his older brother Peter, who died in 2013.
Adebayor, who currently plays for Turkish Super Lig leaders Istanbul Basaksehir, announced that he has named his new son Junior Emmanuel Adebayor. The Togo striker has welcomed him into the family as the older brother to his seven-year-old daughter, Kendra.

Adebayor wrote on Instagram: "Whoever knows me knows my elder brother, Peter Adebayor, who is no longer with us. Here is his son and today I declare him as my first son.

"Let me introduce you to my first son. His name is Junior Emmanuel Adebayor. Blessings..."

Adebayor has scored eight league goals for Basaksehir this season, having started 14 of his team's 17 league games so far


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SEA, whoever knows me knows my elder brother, Peter Adebayor who is no longer with us. Here is his son and today I declare him as my first son. Let me introduce you to my first son. His name is Junior Emmanuel Adebayor. Blessings...🙏🏾 🔹 Tous ceux qui me connaissent connaissent bien mon frère, Peter Adébayor qui n’est malheureusement plus avec nous. Voici son fils et aujourd’hui je le prends comme mon premier fils. Je vous présente alors mon premier fils. Il s’appelle Junior Emmanuel Adebayor. Pleins de bénédictions... 🙏🏾 #GodFirst#KeepMoving #BloodLine#Focus #FunTime #GodIsGood#LifesGood


Move To Other Clubs Or Miss Out On The World Cup" - Gernot Rohr Warn Premier League Duo

Move To Other Clubs Or Miss Out On The World Cup" - Gernot Rohr Warn Premier League Duo


Concerned with lack of playing time of the duo ahead of the World Cup, Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has urged Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed M...

Concerned with lack of playing time of the duo ahead of the World Cup, Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has urged Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa to move away from Leicester City if their situation does not improve.

Iheanacho and Musa have struggled for form and regular playing time since they joined the Foxes from Manchester City and CSKA Moscow respectively.

With six months to the showpiece in Russia, the Super Eagles gaffer has warned that players struggling for form and regular playing time at their various clubs are not likely to secure a World Cup berth.



My plan is to execute the World Cup with the players who are playing regularly with their respective clubs," Rohr told SuperSport. 



"How do you expect a coach to jet out to Russia with average players who lack playing time? I do take my time to visit various club sides in Europe to beg the coaches to build my players' mind towards a great competition like the Fifa World Cup," he continued. 





I'm sad the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa lack playing time at Leicester City. I and my scouts took time to pay their coach a visit, but we realise their case are getting worse. 





"I hope they keep fighting for shirts to get a playing time or quit the club for a better team willing to give them playing time to showcase their talent," he concluded.



Musa has appeared just once for Leicester this season, while £25 million club record signing Iheanacho has featured sparingly in 12 games this term.


Greatest Teams Never to Win a World Series in the Past 30 Years-01 Athletics

Greatest Teams Never to Win a World Series in the Past 30 Years-01 Athletics











Perhaps no team I've done before or will do down the road was ever more forgotten in the sands of time than this team: the 2001 Oakland Athletics.

The days of McGwire, Canseco, and Henderson were long gone obviously. And Oakland did it with a great young farm system of Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder, and Barry Zito for the arms while you had Jason Giambi, Eric Chavez, and Miguel Tejada leading away with the bats. And there was something brewing in Oaktown when the Athletics put these guys out on the field. In 2000 Oakland won the AL West, but fell short to their East Coast Enemy Yankees in 5 and in a fight. But people were encouraged by the prospects of what was about to come. Giambi won MVP, Tejada and Chavez were both up-and-coming stars, Hudson, Mulder, and Zito were Cy Young candidates year in and year out while having many believe it was Maddux-Glavine-Smoltz 2.0. With Seattle losing Alex Rodriguez to free agency, many had the A's penned to win the AL West with ease.

Which player was the better Oakland Athletics first baseman?SOURCE: SPORTRADAR



And then the season started. The Rodriguez-less Mariners stormed out of the gate early and never looked back to their 116-win season. The A's? By the beginning of May the A's were 8-18 and pretty much were written off. The rumblings got louder about trading the franchise face Jason Giambi, who was to be a free agent after the season. Adding on, the talk of trading newly acquired Johnny Damon was also in the cards as well as closer Jason Isringhausen as they were all free agents. It didn't help when the Athletics were pretty much out of any divisional race to the Mariners as they were 12 back after April. However, things started to click as Oakland went on an 11-2 run in mid-May to push themselves back to .500 (despite the rumors of Giambi continuing to grow). However, Oakland couldn't get over the hump and at times would fall back more and more being 35-40 near the end of June and 21 games back of the Mariners.

Oddly, it may have been the Mariners who spiked Oakland's run. The A's took two straight from their AL West foes in Seattle, and starting a 9-3 run before the All-Star break to finish 44-43.

But then after the All-Star Break, the Athletics took off. Though, save for Zito's jolt in the second half, the major stars still hit the ball well including the three main stalwarts of Giambi, Tejada, and Chavez. Oakland went an incredible 58-17 record and annihilating all in its path. Great pitching, even stronger hitting, and instead of selling the pieces, the A's netted Jermaine Dye at the deadline, hoping he would be the guy to put them over the Yankees and Mariners in the AL. In September, the A's went 23-4 including taking 4 of 6 from the Mariners, who were vying for history. Some regarded the A's as the favorites in the AL despite finishing 14 games back of the Mariners. Hard to think a team that won 102 games finished 14 back.



WHAT MADE THEM SO GOOD: It was just a great balance of everything, somewhat resembling the Bash Brothers Athletics. You had Giambi as the menacing power hitting first baseman while you had two complete all-around players on the left side of the infield of Chavez and Tejada. Combined they hit 101 HR, and 347 RBI while the 3 hit nearly .300 in the process. However, you had others who knew their role such as Ramon Hernandez, who added 15 HR, but calling games for the Hudson-Mulder-Zito crew was his goal and he did great. And you had the likes of Terrence Long, Frank Menechino, and Jeremy Giambi who all contributed, having double digits in HR, and finding ways to get on base for the sluggers. The guy who had a down year surprisingly was Johnny Damon who stole 27 bases, but had some difficulties of getting on base.

As for the pitching, Hudson, Mulder, and Zito pitched well for that time period of unchecked offensive power. They were all over 3 but under 3.50, so they were at the very worst, solid. They ate innings and gave the Athletics hitters chances to win games. Adding on, the unsung hero was Cory Lidle, who went 13-6 with a 3.59 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP so the Athletics were a force to be reckoned with. The bullpen was solid too with Isringhausen closing games (2.65 ERA, 34 saves, and 1.08 WHIP). The relievers were solid as well with a reliable corps of Jeff Tam (3.01 ERA, 1.30 WHIP), Jim Mecir (3.43 ERA, 1.27 WHIP), and Mike Magnante (2.77 ERA, 1.14 WHIP).

The Athletics faced off against their nemesis in the AL East of the Yankees, again. Oakland went into the Bronx, taking the first two games with good starting pitching from Mulder and Hudson, as well as a big first game by Long (2 HR's) and a HR by Giambi. In the second game, Hudson's gem carried the A's with long time October resident Ron Gant took Andy Pettitte deep for a 2-0 win and a 2-0 series lead.

One game left to win and back to Oakland, where they went 53-28 at the Coliseum.



WHAT WENT WRONG: The 2001 Athletics will be remembered by one play. And in my eyes, while it goes down as a legendary play for a future Hall of Famer, some, including myself, believed if a small thing changed on the play, well, there may be a World Championship banner in Oakland in 2001.

Bottom of the 7th, 2 out. Jeremy Giambi on first base and Long at the plate. Long screams a shot down the right field line. Giambi, slow as molasses, pushing for the plate. Ball is flung but was bouncing and Derek Jeter flips the ball to Jorge Posada for the tag out as Giambi tries to jump over the tag. The A's would have tied the game with that run. Instead, Oakland loses 1-0. Many to this day screamed if Giambi slid, he would have beaten the tag. I inclined to agree. But my take was always, with the game on the line late, why have one of your slowest runners out there still? But that play changed the entire complexion of the series.

The Yankees thumped the A's in Game 4 and the A's lost Dye to a broken leg on a foul ball. Game 5 saw the A's take an early 2-0 lead and had Giambi have a big game, but Oakland imploded with a key error on the ever reliable Chavez and then an error on Jason Giambi costed them another run and the A's couldn't overtake the Yankees, ending their season.

And somewhere Brad Pitt-er, I mean Billy Beane was sitting out in an empty Coliseum in Oakland, turning the game on and off on his transistor radio.



AFTERMATH: You saw Moneyball and remember while there were a lot of "truths" in the movie, there were some inaccurate bits, because well, Hollywood likes to change things. But what was true was that Damon (Boston), Isringhausen (St. Louis), and Jason Giambi (Yankees) left on massive contracts. So Oakland had to use the new "Sabermetric/Moneyball" approach and find guys who could get on base and such despite having a low payroll (i.e. "you have your rich teams, your poor teams, then there's 50 feet of crap, and then there's us"-Pitt in Moneyball). But Oakland with this approach held their own in the AL, being a front-runner despite the losses of Giambi and Isringhausen.

But that said, this team is normally forgotten in this time period and they were shadowed by the revolutionary 2002 Oakland Athletics squad and thanks in part because of what the Mariners did that made people forget about what Oakland did that year. And it is a shame because they had one great team in