Ugbeje okays conduct of POP exam at Azare, Bauchi, others


An External Examination Monitoring Officer, Dr. Ernest Ugbeijeh, has visited the  Bauchi, Azare and Bogoro Study Centres, where he commended the process and the orderly conduct of the ongoing 2022_1 POP examinations.

While at the Bauchi Study Centre,  Ugbeijeh was given a tour of the facility by the centre director Engr. Dr. Buba Shani, which afforded the visitor the opportunity to inspect facilities at the study centre.

Butswat monitors exams at McCarthy Study Centre


The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Issac Butswat, has on Thursday, April 28, 2022, visited the McCarthy Study Centre where he monitored the conduct and administration of the on going 2022_1 POP examinations.

The DVC was warmly received by the centre director, Prof. Rotimi Ogidan with other staff at the centre who took him round to monitor the on-going examination.

2022_1 PoP examinations seamless, hitch free says Emeritus Prof. Sogolo


The administration and conduct of the ongoing 2022_1 Pen-on-Paper (PoP) examinations is top-notch, seamless and hitch-free, Emeritus Prof.Sogolo has said.

Sogolo stated this while monitoring the 2022_1 PoP examinations at Enugu Study Centre, Enugu State.

The Professor of Philosophy who toured Enugu, Opi and Agwu study centres said the conduct of the students were satisfactory as they focused on their examination squarely and independently; adding that there were no chaotic instances, or irregularities at any of those study centres.

NSMCS elections: Beyond the euphoria of victory


In every contest, one basic thing occurrs naturally at the end: the emergence of a winner and a loser. This is natural and there is no doubt about it! In a transparent, credible, free, fair and acceptable election, a winner wins not only on the basis of their popularity but also on the ground of people's verdict occasioned by the winner 's tract record and sometimes their past experiences.

Jegede's birthday celebration in NOUN and the rest of us


Without fear of contradiction, it is patently obvious that Wednesday, 2nd March, 2022 remains indelible in the annals of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). The NOUN's headquarters at Jabi, Abuja, was agog as people from all walks of life and members of staff of the university thronged to the Convocation Arena to honour a seasoned academician, an icon and apostle of Open and Distance Learning(ODL), the Ogurefa of Ogori in Ogori Mangongo Local Government Area of Kogi State, Emeritus Professor Olugbemiro Jegede, who clocked 70.

Why establishment of NOUN centres remains the unmatched legacy - HRH Ogah


The Okpe-Ukpi of Unone, Fugar Community in Edo State, His Royal Highness Emmanuel Ayekhele Ogah, has opined that the establishment of a study centre of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is the best thing providence can bequeath to any community.

The traditional ruler made this assertion while welcoming the director, Fugar Community Study Centre, Prof. Jonathan E. Aliede, who led an advocacy team of his study centre to the palace of the king in Fugar recently.

Uduma monitors PoP Exam at Asaga-Ohafia centre 


The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Uduma Oji Uduma, has described the administration and conduct of the ongoing 2022_1 Pen-On-Paper (POP) examination as satisfactorily.

He made this remark while monitoring the PoP examination at Asaga-Ohafia Community Study Centre, Abia State.

According to Uduma, the centre has come to stay occasioned by the increased enrollment of students at centre, stressing that  the students maintained decorum while taking the  examination.

Physical Development must up its game at Benin centre – Adedapo


The deputy director, Exams and Assessment, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Dr. Adeyemi Adedapo, has urged the Directorate of Physical Development, Works and Services (DPDW&S) to work at improving installations and general infrastructure at Benin Study Centre of the university to enhance service delivery.

Adedapo made the call last week as he visited Benin Study Centre for exams monitoring and facility inspection of the centre.