FG Approves Stipends For Undergraduate/NCE Students

In course of celebrating Teachers’ day, FG Approves Stipends For Undergraduate/NCE Students in Nigeria.

Teachers’ Day is a day dedicated to celebrate and appreciate teachers across the federation.

Honour is being directed to the teachers for their contributions to the educational system, community, and the nation at large.

The approved stipends approved by Federal Government (FG) for undergraduates is seventy-five thousand naira (N75,000).

While Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) students will receive fifty thousand naira (N50,000). Read also: List of Polytechnics That Offer NCE Programs In Nigeria

The payment for Undergraduates/NCE students will be a continuous process, as it will be disbursed per semester.

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This is a form of attracting the best brains into the teaching field/profession by the Federal Government.

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This was unveiled by the Minister of Education Malam Adamu, during the celebration at Eagle Square, Abuja on Tuesday.

Also, the Ministry of Education is ready to collaborate with the states’ government to ensure that students are given automatic employments during graduation.

The proposed plan of giving automatic employments to NCE graduates at the Basic Education Level will help eradicate joblessness.

This made it a joyful thing to those in the profession, as FG Approves Stipends For Undergraduate/NCE students.

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Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: October 7, 2021 — 10:00 am

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