Okagbare visits Port Harcourt centre, decries poor ventilation in exam halls


The director, Learners Support Services (LSS), National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Gregory Okagbare, on Monday, visited Port Harcourt Study Centre of the university in Rivers State, to monitor the ongoing e-examination.

Okagbare, who arrived the centre within the period of the first session of examination for the day, was heartily received by the centre director, Prof. Eserinune McCarty Mojaye and members of staff of the centre.

E-exam commences nationwide


Students of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) have commenced their 2021_1 e-examination exercise nationwide.

The examination, being held simultaneously at the 103 study centres across the six geopolitical zones of the country, kicked off on Monday morning.

The exercise started this morning following the conclusion of the Pen-on-Paper examination, which ended last Thursday nationwide as well.

Prof. Osuji briefs subject officers, examiners at Enugu


The Coordinator of the 2021_1 Conference Marking in the South-east geopolitical zone and Dean, Faculty of Education, NOUN, Prof. Uchenna Sydney Ajunwa Osuji, has said the 2021_1 exercise is a task force assignment scheduled for completion within the time frame.

He disclosed this while briefing the subject officers drawn from the eight faculties of the institution at Enugu Study Centre, Enugu State.

APCON seeks collaboration with NOUN on training, curriculum development


The Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) has sought for a partnership with the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) on curriculum development and involvement of students’ training in the Mass Communication Department of the university.
APCON Registrar, Dr. Olalekan Fasholapo, said this when he led a 6-man delegation on a courtesy visit to the Vice-Chancellor, at the university headquarters in Abuja.
“Over the years, the National Open University of Nigeria has been an institution to people across all professions,” he said.

Director: Why Yola centre needs larger exam hall


The Director, Yola Study Centre, Mrs.Tiling Marlin Yelyel, has called on the management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) to construct a larger multipurpose examination hall to enable the centre accommodate the increasing number of students’ population.

Yelyel made the call soon after relocating some students who could not find space at the auditorium in the ongoing 2021_1 POP examination to the facilitation rooms of the center.