As the 9th and 10th combined convocation ceremony took place virtually due to the enforced Covid-19 restrictions, the success of this trail-blazing experience did not go unnoticed from the students, as some of them from the North-east study centres bared their minds in cha
President Muhammadu Buhari has disclosed that his prompt signature on the amended law of the National Open University of Nigeria's (NOUN) has resolved the long-term non-recognition of its graduates in the country.
An expert in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode of education, Professor Olufemi A. Peters, has identified standard as the "weak-link" in the recent flurry by the single-mode universities in Nigeria to offer online education in the race to find an answer to the Covid-19 challenge.
The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) will on Saturday, January 30th, 2021 hold its combined 9th and 10th virtual convocation ceremony, where about 32,651 postgraduate and undergraduate students are expected to graduate.
The Technical Director, Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) and Managing Director, Gelplus Phermaceuticals Limited, Kaduna, Mr. Sunday Adeleye Omotayo, has donated a cartoon of hand sanitizer to the NOUN Kaduna Study Centre.