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I'm compiling them, I'll post them soon

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[ @Mukardam: ] Is it working in nigeria here also or it is only for indian....please before i waste mb to download the app.

I think it available for All

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N65,000 (Sixty Five Thousand Naira) Only

N15,000 (Fifteen Thousand Naira) Only to be paid by the affected students

Accomodation is only available for Undergraduate students.

N30,000 (Thirty Thousand Naira) only for accommodation per student for 2019/2020 session. Please note that this is optional for which a separate receipt should be issued to any paying student.

Allocation of bed space is strictly on first come, first served basis for :
Female students
Final year students


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How to Check UNIABUJA Admission List on JAMB CAPS
The University of Abuja, UNIABUJA Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session has been made available on JAMB’s Website. This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission in University of Abuja and participated in the Post-UTME Screening that the they can now check their admission status on JAMB CAPS.

Admitted candidates are to click ”ACCEPT” or “REJECT” to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer. Note that clicking”REJECT” is an indication that the offer of admission has been rejected by candidates.

Candidates that participated in the #UNIABUJA post UTME screening exercise can now check their admission status online via the following procedure:

Visit jamb.org.ng/efacility.
Log in to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
Choose your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.
Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your UNIABUJA admission status.

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Don’t travel after 37 weeks

Some women have said the best time in pregnancy for holidays is the middle of pregnancy. Nausea and tiredness are common in the first 12 weeks and the risk of miscarriage is also higher in the first three months. However, travelling in the final months of pregnancy can also be tiring and uncomfortable.

The likelihood of going into labour is higher after 37 weeks and some airlines (if you are travelling by air) will not even let you fly. Long-distance travel (five hours or more) by road or air or other carries a small risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT or blood clots), so drink plenty of water and try to move around during the flight.

Don’t take drugs, alcohol or smoke

Cocaine, meta-amphetamines, cannabis and other psychoactive substances are all likely to increase risks of health problems as they can affect the baby’s and the mother’s health.

Also, don’t drink alcohol, especially in the first trimester when the baby’s brain is going through a period of intense development.

Smoking also comes with a lot of health problems, so stay off cigarettes. Lastly, high levels of caffeine intake during pregnancy can result in low birth weight babies, which can increase the risk of health problems in later life. Too much caffeine has also been linked to miscarriage.

Commenting on the above, a gynaecologist, Dr Oluwakemi Oladapo, asked pregnant women to always ask questions as their body reacts at each trimester of the pregnancy.

She encouraged pregnant women to have regular sex with their husbands as it helps open the cervix faster during labour, making the baby come out easily.

“There are, however, sex positions to avoid during pregnancy, depending on the trimester,” she added.

Oladapo, who is based in Lagos, also asked pregnant women to be aware of the following symptoms to know the baby’s health.

She said, “Pregnant women should take note of the following symptoms and consult with a midwife or doctor.

“The symptoms are; bleeding from the vagina; painful urination; sudden, sharp or continuing abdominal pain or cramps; and persistent or severe headache.

“Others are swelling in the face, hands or legs; blurred vision or spots in front of eyes; itching, especially on the hands or feet; baby’s movements slowing down or changing; and excessive or smelly vaginal discharge.”

The midwife urged pregnant women to pay attention to their instincts as they could be right most times.

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Take your mental health seriously

It is said that one in 10 women suffer mental ill-health when they are pregnant. This is because a woman’s body system changes during pregnancy, which can result in some unusual or unexpected feelings and behaviour. It is important for a man to be his pregnant woman’s number one motivator. Be patient and understanding even if your wife utters some negative utterances at this stage.

Take your vaccinations

In pregnancy, you will be offered the whooping cough vaccine by your doctor or midwife to boost your antibodies. These antibodies will be passed to your baby through the placenta. The best time to get vaccinated to protect your baby is from week 16 up to 32 weeks of pregnancy.

You can have the vaccine anytime from 16 weeks but if you have it after 38 weeks, it may be less effective. You’ll also be offered the flu vaccine as there is evidence that pregnant women can be more at risk of developing complications if they get flu during pregnancy.

Carry your antenatal notes everywhere

It is recommended to carry your antenatal notes everywhere you go as they contain your medical and pregnancy history. This is particularly important if you need to go to the maternity unit, especially at short notice, as this is the only way health professionals will have access to your history and what has been happening in your pregnancy.

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Take folic acid and vitamin D

Folic acid reduces your baby’s risk of neural tube defects to almost nil. It is ideal to start taking it three months before conception. Take the recommended daily amount until the end of the first trimester (12th week of pregnancy).

Vitamin D helps the baby develop healthy bones, teeth and muscles and also helps to regulate the mother’s body levels of calcium and phosphate. Experts said taking a daily vitamin D supplement is even more important if a pregnant woman has vitamin D deficiency, darker skin and if she gets less sunlight.

These two supplements (folic acid and vitamin D) are the only ones you need in pregnancy unless your doctor or midwife diagnoses a deficiency, such as iron deficiency.

Monitor your baby’s movements

Your baby’s movements are a sign that they are well. They settle into a regular pattern at around week 24. Start monitoring the pattern at this point and if you notice a reduction in movement, seek help immediately.

Sleep on your side in the third trimester

Sleeping on your back in the third trimester (week 29-40) doubles your risk of stillbirth. It is recommended to sleep on the side for the baby’s safety.

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Think about what you eat

Some foods carry a small risk of infections such as toxoplasmosis or listeriosis. Others can give you food poisoning, such as salmonella. Others have too much vitamin A or mercury, which can harm your developing baby.

Listeria infection is rare but if you get it, it can severely damage your unborn baby. Foods that are more likely to carry listeria include mould‑ripened soft cheese, pâté (even vegetable pâté) and unpasteurised milk.

Salmonella food poisoning is unlikely to harm your baby, but it can give you a severe bout of diarrhoea and vomiting. Foods that are more likely to carry salmonella are unpasteurised milk and partially cooked eggs.

Toxoplasmosis infection is rare but if you get it, it can severely damage your unborn baby. Foods that are more likely to carry the toxoplasma parasite are uncooked or undercooked meals, raw or partially cooked meat, especially poultry foods and unwashed vegetables and salad.

Too much vitamin A can affect your developing baby. Foods that have high doses of vitamin A include liver and liver products and high-dose multivitamin supplements such as fish liver oil supplements.

Foods with too much mercury such as shark, swordfish, marlin, tuna, salmon, trout, mackerel and herring are also harmful to the baby.

Although experts said fish is a good source of nutrition for the baby, consuming too much can be harmful.

Meanwhile, some pregnant women believe if they diet during pregnancy, it will help them deliver babies that are not too fat. This is not true. This may even deprive your baby of nutrients they need for growth. Instead of dieting, it is best to have a healthy balanced diet.

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Let us conclude this series the benefits you gain from having this service experience to other Corp Members

* Develop Issue Resolving Abilities

A CLO's function demands that he his multi charged to care for his individual life and that of various other Corp members. The demanding job in his hands tests him to develop his trouble resolving abilities and also his creativity. Along with the frustrating task he is anticipated to still keep whatever in his life in balance.

The skills acquired in the exercise of the duty of CLO could end up being very useful in lugging future tasks, family members duties or in serving your neighborhood.

* Art Of Taking Responsibility

A CLO should recognize that by expansion he is held responsible for the welfare of all Corp members under him. He is to guarantee that they go to their PPA's, are to follow the due treatment when travelling, are to be offered at basic conferences, are qualified for settlement of allocation and also to make certain the comply with all the codes of conduct put down by the NYSC.

If for any kind of factor the life of a Corp member remains in risk or in problem he would certainly be involved in answering for their location.

In the task market such high feeling of responsibility is expected of leaders. Leaders typically aren't just responsible for themselves-- they additionally have actually expanded obligations that impact a wide variety of people. Leaders of a group should not only ensure that jobs get done, yet that participants of the organization are carrying out to the very best of their capacities. If someone doesn't follow through on a job, leaders see to it that, inevitably, the task is completed. The obligations of a CLO could be a lesson on the best ways to hang on to being responsible.

My dear Corp members the act of coming to be a CLO is undoubtedly an advantage. Endeavor to aspire for it and you will be glad you did.

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What is all these nonsense popping up in these regime :evil:
So now we'll be paying to use USSD Code, Honestly with what we're facing now, we need as Abacha for Forgiveness

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ery true , beautiful and meaningful statements valid in today's
life :::
1. Work until your heroes become your rivals .
2. Sinfully acquired wealth may remain for ten years ; in the
eleventh year it disappears with even the original stock.
3. We should always speak what would please the man of whom we
expect a favour , like the hunter who sings sweetly when he
desires to shoot a deer .
4. He who is prepared for the future and he who deals cleverly
with any situation that may arise are both happy ; buSinfully
acquired wealth may remain for ten years ; in the eleventh year
it disappears with even the original stock.
5. Drop the Idea that attachment and love are one thing . They
are enemies . It is attachment that destroys all love .
6. Time perfects men as well as destroys them .
7. He who is overly attached to his family members experiences
fear and sorrow , for the root of all grief is attachment . Thus
one should discard attachment to be happy .
All the best !!!!

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[ @Jossy: ] :cry::cry::cry:

What happened Jossy

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This is really inspiring, Lautech is now functioning more than ever :mrgreen:

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This is really helpful, Thanks for sharing

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[ @fave: ] the protocol too much shaa,, but the truth remains that nothing good comes so easy!

Exactly, Nothing good comes so easy

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[ @findschoolnews: ] Wow!!! Its seems unical is now doing something wonderful that ain't small cash

Yes, brother, this is really much amount to money for charity. God bless this Managements

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10. The Tyson : These types are very aggressive and can fight with anybody, be it patients or relatives. Just pray you never have these types as your MD or HOD, if you do, OYO is your case.

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9. The emotional: These are mostly females, although men are not excluded. Breaking bad news to patients is not their calling. They cry when they lose any of their patients. They tend to be pathetic rather than empathic.

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8. The beggars: These are the worst you could ever meet in the Nigerian hospital, these types no dey get pen. You see them begging nurses for pens and stethoscope. Apart from begging for pen, they are also specialists in taxing patients, tipping is part of them.You hear something like “bros how far, you never drop anything o” soft work, na dem work .

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7. The Jonahs : These are replica of the biblical character “Jonah”. They resume work now and in the next minute, they are sleeping. They can sleep on water, if you like call them for patients from now till tomorrow they will never answer until you go to meet them. No be dem fault, dem don dey another planet.

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6. The dullards : These are direct opposite of the brainiacs. They are the ones you see always pompous and disrespectful. They can’t attend to you without consulting Google. They and their phones are 5 & 6. Sometimes you wonder if they never passed through the medical school. You better pray you never come across these ones as they either complicate your disease progression or cause an irreplaceable complication.

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5. The brainiacs : These ones are like computers, they have solutions to every of your medical needs. You tend to wonder if they spend longer years at the medical school. They are not so easy to comeby in the Nigerian hospitals nowadays, many of them have either gone out of the country or on the verge of going out in search of greener pastures.

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4. The counselors: These are called personal advisers. They will first ask for your age before telling you the results of your tests. If you come for Hiv test,be ready for series of interview questions from them before they start counseling you. You hear something like “How many boyfriends do you have”? Do your parents know you have a boyfriend”? If you’re coming for an abortion just pray you don’t get to meet these types on duty.

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3. The fuck buddies: These are the ones that like women, they are usually cute and inteligent. From consultation they carry you to another level. If these ones examine your girlfriend, your own don finish. Some female doctors are not exempted. You see them exchanging phone numbers with patients and relatives.They tell you “If you notice any side effects in the prescribed drugs, call me” na lie, na wetin dem wan chop dem dey find.

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2. The pastors: When you come across these types in the consulting room, they either turn the consultation to a prayer or envangelism session. To them every disease is caused by the devil, you see them moving up and down speaking in tongues. Sometimes you wonder if they went to a medical school or theological school.

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Re: Birthday Appreciation. by Temitayo: 1:35pm on August 10

Happy Celebrations sir, long life and prosperity

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To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness.

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Both of them are correct. So you can use both of them; that's right, you can use them both!

Here's how it goes:

You both will get candy. (you is a subject personal pronoun with both as an appositive*)

Both of you will get candy. (both is a subject indefinite pronoun with of you as an of-appositive**)

I will give candy to you both. (you is an object personal pronoun with both as an appositive)

I will give candy to both of you. (both is an object indefinite pronoun with of you as an of-appositive)

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The words dived and dove are interchangeable as a past tense and past participle of the verb dive. Both verb inflections are used in American and British English; however, dove is an Americanism, and thus tends to be used more in American English.

By the time most native speakers of English are adults, they've got irregular verb inflections down. Give/gave/given, bring/brought/brought, take/took/taken, dive...hmm.

Some would say dive/dived/dived, and some would say dive/dove/dived.

Who's right? Both of them.

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[ @ANGOBUOCHOCHE: ] good evening, abu have release LVT admission list,and national open university information about portal

Thanks You bro for sharing this

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[ @Crownfitsme: ] The students should have stick to the management instructions



Overcaution is as bad as no caution. It makes other people suspicious.

If you expect others to have confidence in you, you must conduct yourself in a way that inspires trust. Being so cautious that you never try anything new will damage your credibility just as much as will throwing all caution to the winds and trying any idea that comes along without thinking it through. (Most people equate any kind of extreme behavior with poor judgment.) But don’t fall victim to “analysis paralysis.” Learn to separate facts from opinions and make sure your decisions — and your subsequent actions — are based on reliable information. Then take action!

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it will serve as lessons to others, SAY no to Malpractice

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Mode of Study

Direct contact at the JUPEB Study Centre, Delta State University, Abraka. Lectures are conducted from 8a.m. — 4p.m. Monday to Friday


Fill your Bio-Data correctly as no complaint about wrong bio-data will be entertained after submission.
(ii) Candidates who upload wrong bio-data will be disqualified and application fee forfeited.
Only coloured print out will be accepted.
Print at least 4 copies of the Delta State University online registration form with complete passport size photograph printed in colour.
Candidates are to follow the application instruction very carefully and ensure they select the subject combinations relevant to their course of study.
Date of Application: 30th June, 2019 Closing Date: 3rd August, 2019

Entrance Examination:

The Entrance Examination into the Foundation Programme will hold at the Delta State University, Site III as follows:

Arts/ Law: Thursday, 8th August 2019

Social Sciences/Management Sciences: Friday 9th August, 2019

Physical and Biological Sciences/Engineering: Saturday 10th August, 2019.




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