16TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY.
Admission to SANDWICH Programmes, 2018 Contact
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to the Sandwich Programmes of the Faculty of Education leading to the award of B.A. (Ed) and BSc. (Ed) Degree of the Niger Delta University.
DURATION OF PROGRAMMES
i. Holders of the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) will run the programme for four (4) Long Vacation Contacts.
COLLECTION OF APPLICATION FORMS
CLOSING DATE FOR THE PURCHASE OF APPLICATION FORMS
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS
Extension of Deadline for Pay of Charge/Fees.
Appointment of Heads of Departments
Appointment of Deans
The Ag. Vice chancellor, Niger Delta University, prof. Samuel G. Edoumiekumo, has graciously made the following appointments:
The Ag. Vice Chancellor, Prof. Samuel G. Edoumiekumo congratulates the appointees and wish them well in their appointment.
CALL FOR 2nd BATCH OF TETFUND CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR 2018
The University will submit its batch of TETFUND conference Attendance Applications for the year 2018 on July 31st, 2018. Suitability qualified Academic and Non-Teaching Staff are by this Memo, enjoyed to forward their professional conference/workshop Attendance Applications to the vice chancellor’s office, through their respective HODs, Unit Heads and Deans/provost.
TETFUND GUIDELINES FOR ACCESSING CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE GRANTS:
NON-PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE /WORKSHOP WILL NOT BE NOMINATED.
The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Niger Delta University is organizing her 1st National Conference on May 3rd 2018, under the distinguished chairmanship of the former Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Council, Niger Delta University, Prof. Kimse Okoko.
present the keynote address.
Venue: of the conference is the main Campus Auditorium by 10.00am prompt.
NDU Non-Teaching Staff suspends Labour strike.
The NDU chapter of The Joint Action Committee, JAC, which comprised Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU, Non Academic Staff Union of Educational Institutions, NASU, and National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT, has suspended its indefinate strike on Monday 23rd April.
This was made known at an emergency congress of the association, where they agreed to suspend the labour action based Government and the Varsity's Council compliance to some of its demand.
The Executive thanked congress for their unity and encourage them as they resume work.