Delta State Schools Sports Festival: LOC NAMES VENUES OF DIFFERENT EVENTS

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the 2020 Delta State Schools Sports Festival has released venues of the events that will hold during the competition which is scheduled to begin tomorrow in the state capital territory. According to the LOC, athletics (track and field) will take place inside the main bowl of the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba, athletics (throws) will hold inside Asaba Girls’ Grammar … Continue reading Delta State Schools Sports Festival: LOC NAMES VENUES OF DIFFERENT EVENTS

Delta Schools Sports Festival: UKAH DESCRIBES STUDENTS’ ACCOMMODATION, VENUE AS CONDUCIVE

Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, has described the various hostels and halls in Delta State University, Anwai campus, that will provide temporary camp and accommodation for pupils and students for the final stage of the State School Sports Festival billed to hold in Asaba from March 8 to March 12, 2020, as healthy and safe for the athletes. Chief … Continue reading Delta Schools Sports Festival: UKAH DESCRIBES STUDENTS’ ACCOMMODATION, VENUE AS CONDUCIVE

DELTA CARTS AWAY 8 TROPHIES IN 2020 JETS COMPETITION

Students and pupils from Delta State have won 8 trophies at the recently concluded 22nd edition of Junior Engineers’ Technicians and Scientists’ (JETS) competition held in the Lagos. Onotafe Oghenemine from DSC Technical High School, Aladja, lifted the 2nd and 3rd position trophies in Senior Chemistry and Senior Agriculture, while another student from the school, Ugbo Oghenekome, won the 2nd position in Senior Biology. Burma … Continue reading DELTA CARTS AWAY 8 TROPHIES IN 2020 JETS COMPETITION

UKAH APPLAUDS STAKEHOLDERS FOR PARTNERING GOVT TO BOOST EDUCATION SECTOR

Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, has commended the Old Boys and Parents Teachers Associations as well as other well meaning individuals /corporate organisations in the state for their contributions towards complementing the Okowa administration’s commitment in boosting the education sector in the state. Chief Ukah, who made the call in Asaba on Monday, 2nd March, when the Old Students … Continue reading UKAH APPLAUDS STAKEHOLDERS FOR PARTNERING GOVT TO BOOST EDUCATION SECTOR

DELTA BEGINS DISTRIBUTION OF FURNITURE TO SCHOOLS

Delta State Government has began the distribution of pupils’ and teachers’ furniture to public primary and secondary schools in the state. The exercise, which began on Friday, 28th February, saw Obodeti Secondary School, Emu-Obodeti, Ndokwa West Local Government Area, and Orogodo Primary School, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area, receiving 40 pupils’ and 8 teachers’ furniture each. Speaking after the distribution, the Commissioner for Basic … Continue reading DELTA BEGINS DISTRIBUTION OF FURNITURE TO SCHOOLS

UKAH ADVOCATES EFFECTIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR SCHOOLS DEVELOPEMENT

Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, has urged private partners investing in the infrastructural development of schools in the state to always carry out effective needs assessment in order to ascertain the priority needs of such schools. Chief Ukah stated this during inspection visit to Pilgrims Baptist Grammar School, Issele-Uku, Olona Mixed Secondary School, Onicha -Olona and Atumaiga Primary School, … Continue reading UKAH ADVOCATES EFFECTIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR SCHOOLS DEVELOPEMENT

2020 MARIS LECTURE: Mrakpor, Odo, Esievo, Muritala, Elekeokwuri, Emina Emerge As Discussants

The Executive Chairman, Enugu State Internal Revenue Service, Mr Emeka Anthony Odo and the Accountant-General of Lagos State, Dr Shefiu Abiodun Muritala will on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, storm Asaba as discussants at the second edition of Maris Annual public service lecture series. According to the Chairman and Secretary of Maris Trust Council, Chief (Dr) Kenneth Olise and Comrade Fidelis Egugbo, organisers of the Annual … Continue reading 2020 MARIS LECTURE: Mrakpor, Odo, Esievo, Muritala, Elekeokwuri, Emina Emerge As Discussants