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Admission in FUNAAB


Admission into the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta FUNAAB is very competitive and involves the following processes:


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  • Online Admission Application on this website.
  • Pre-Admission Screening Exercise (Computer-based) – UTME and DE candidates.

Successful candidates within the capacity of our institution will be offered admission and required to undergo an intensive ICT Training and Orientation Programme to prepare them for life in FUNAAB.

Admission Proceedure


All applicants seeking undergraduate admission into 100, 200 and 300 Levels in the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) are hereby invited to apply online for the 2018/2019 Pre-Admission Screening Exercise.

Applications must be from suitably qualified candidates who have chosen the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) as their First Choice of Institution on the prescribed form obtained from the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Applicants must also possess minimum entry requirements of five (5) O’ Level Credits in relevant subjects at one or two sittings in SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB and fill the results online. Applicants are advised to confirm the Admission Requirements into respective Degree Programmesbefore logging in to fill the e-application form.

Only candidates with completed application before the stipulated deadline will be considered.

Ensure you provide accurate bio-data and academic information when filling your application form.

Wishing you best of luck.

Source: FUNAAB website

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*GREATEST FUNAABITES!!!*

The Students Union leadership held a meeting with the University governing council on friday the 13th of July below are the resolutions made

*O’LEVEL RESULT VERIFICATION.*

We made our grievances known to the school management as our students are experiencing several errors in verifing their result, errors such as wrong exams number, vending error and so on was discussed; The leadership of the Student Union as critically examined the result verification and has found it useful as it has helped detect various errors that may affect students after there programme, we then requested for a further extension of the deadline till second semester which was granted and there should be communication to the examination body to correct their errors this was granted the students union uses this medium to enjoy funaabites who are yet to do the verification to keep trying and do it on or before 2nd week of second semester which is the new deadline failure to do so lead to no result for the defaulters.

*LEAVE OF ABSENCE (COURSE REGISTRATION DEFAULTERS)*

The school managrment expresses their bitterness on the *183 defaulters* of the course registration after all the measures put in place to make sure all students register, We were also reminded that we were always coming for extension of course registration and payment of school which was granted *THRICE(3×)*. The management made it known that the rules was bent as normally the penalty should have been rustication after which *SENATE* took a less decision to be level of absence.
The student Union appeal on behalf of the defaulters for reconsideration. After a brief discussion the Vice chancellor concluded that another senate meeting would be called this week which course registration reconsideration would be addressed he further stated that student with genuine cases such that are affected as a result of change of programme or change in cucirculum would be attended to immediately once they have provided letter from their H.O.D, we urge funaabites to be prayerful as our hands are on deck.

*ON EXAMINATION*

The Students Union Welfare director pointed out certain requirement funaabites would be needing for the forthcoming examination such as;
Drugs and additional doctors at the health centers
Opening of more classroom for night reading
Longer working hours for the Generator for night reading.
Longer working hours for transporation (Mancot)
Additional information would still be sent across on this regards.

*ON I.D CARD*

The Students union leadership asked the School management the reason for the delay in the issuance of ID card and urge them for immediate release; The ICTREC director stated that issuance of ID card begin this week with Fresh student as old ID card can be used for 2017/2018 Examination by staylites.


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*​​✍🏿SIGNED:-​​*

*​​​STUDENTS’ UNION PRESIDENT​*
*​​​COMR. POPOOLA AYOBAMI ​(Da SILVA)​​​​*

*​​​STUDENTS’ UNION P.R.O​*
*​​​COMR. OLAJUGBA JOHN PKA ​(TRIPLE J)​​​*
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Slimcase proved equal to the task as he gave the crowd the time of their lives with simultaneous electrifying performances in both campuses.
Currently the name on everyone’s lips, Slimcase gave fans and students of the University of Ibadan (U.I) as well as those of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) a taste of the SaintSamiGanja fever with energetic performances in their campuses.


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Two events in two different states, but Slimcase proved equal to the task as he gave the crowd the time of their lives with simultaneous electrifying performances in both campuses.

Slimcase who was received by mammoth crowds in both campuses, who trooped in from various locations to have a first hand feel of Otunba Lamba even as the security had to be at their best to keep the overjoyed fans from mobbing their beloved star.

Slimcase in his usual manner didn’t disappoint as he left the crowd yearning for even more as he dished out his compendium of hit songs simultaneously to the pleasure of the fans.

Watch video below;

 

Source: pulse.ng

This is to inform the General Public that the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta has not released any Post-UTME Screening timeline in respect of 2018/2019 Admission Exercise.

The University shall publish the Admission Timeline and Guideline for the 2018/2019 Admission Exercise through it’s website (www.unaab.edu.ng) and other known reputable media Channels in due course.

Prospective candidates who have applied to the University should endeavor to check the website as from Monday August 6, 2018 for admission guideline.

Thank you.

Management

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“The Culists Were Arrested At  An Hotel, despite Being Warned Not To Converge” – Police

Following warning last week that cultists should desist from gathering for their sacred day, 777, in Lagos, the Police have arrested 120 cultists in Ikorodu area of Lagos, while 17 were arrested at Ibeshe, Ele-Epo, Ogombo, Ajah and other part of the state.

The suspects, including 35 females, with ages ranging from 14 to 42, according to the Police, were arrested based on credible intelligence available to the Command and was communicated to the Officer-in-Charge of Anti-Cultism.

According to Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, who paraded the suspects at the Command headquarters yesterday, “they were arrested at Ikorodu, where they were observing 777, undergoing initiation in preparation to unleash mayhem on the larger society.”

Couple cries foul

One of the suspects, Mrs. Ebele Joseph, 30, said she and her husband were arrested on their way home from the Oba’s palace where there was a festival.

She said:

“My husband and I went to the palace to watch Egunu festival. On the way, as we wanted to take a bike, Task Force vehicle stopped and the policemen took us to one hotel where there was a party.”

While she cried profusely for help, she claimed that she is an ordinary noodles seller.

She said:

“I sell noodles and egg, morning and night, in front of my house at Igbe Road, Ifeoma Junction.”

Meanwhile, her husband, Mr. Gabriel Aligbe, 33, who pleaded for help, corroborated his wife’s story:

“We went to watch masquerade at the Oba’s palace. On our way back to get a bike at past 9p.m., task force vehicle stopped and ordered us to enter.

“They didn’t tell us what we did. They took us to a hotel and brought some boys out. Some of the boys were stained with blood. Because they packed us together, the sleeve of my shirt got stained too. They have not allowed me make any call.

“I am a simple motorcyclist. Nobody knows I’m here. I have family, but my phone is not with me,”

he added and started crying.

This Command had, on Thursday, called on the cultists not to converge on any part of the state on July 7.

Meanwhile, Police boss, Edgal, assured the suspects that he would send for their families to let them know of the arrests.

Cultists

The suspects

Some of the suspected cultists arrested are Emmanuel Jerry, 26; Ibrahim Mustapha, 29; Monday James, 30; Ebube Ebuka, 24, and Chidi Eric, 29.

For Jerry,

“my friend introduced me to cultism. He threatened to kill me if I did not join them and because I don’t want to die young, I opted to be part of them.

“We were in hotel at Ile-Epo area, celebrating our annual 7/7 when policemen swooped on us, while some escaped.”

 

Soruce: Vanguard