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This is to bring to the notice of the general public the distribution pattern for the 2019/2020 Post UTME Screening Exercise.
Day 1 (7th Oct.2019) Application Numbers 0001 - 0800
Day 2 (8th Oct.2019) Application Numbers 0801 - 1600
Day 3 (9th Oct.2019) Application Numbers 1601 - 2500
Candidates are to come along with;
1.Post UTME Registration evidence (Original and Photocopy)
2. O'Level Result(s) (Original and Photocopy)
3. JAMB Result Slip (Original and Photocopy)
4. JAMB Data Correction: Indicating FCE Abeokuta as first choice (If applicable) (Original and Photocopy)
Venue:Aduke Maina Hall. F. C. E. Abeokuta
Time: 8:30am prompt (Each day)
Oresegun I.O.O (Mrs)
Deputy Registrar (Admissions)
FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION ABEOKUTA 2019/ 2020 POST UTME SCREENING EXERCISE - FIRST BATCH
This is to inform the general public that the first batch Post UTME Screening Exercise for the NCE programmes has been scheduled to hold as follows:
Date: Monday 7th - Wednesday 9th October, 2019.
Venue: Maina Hall
Time: 8:00am Prompt
All candidates should ensure that they have uploaded their O'Level result(s) on JAMB Website and also check for the date scheduled for his/her screening on the College Website.
Candidates are also to show evidence of the following:
1. FCE Abeokuta/JAMB Data Correction, picking FCE Abeokuta as first choice.
2. Registration for the screening on College Website. www.fce-abeokuta.edu.ng
3. 2019/2020 JAMB Result Notification.
4. O'Level Result(s)
Kindly help to disseminate this information far and wide.
ORESEGUN , I.O.O (Mrs)
Deputy Registrar (Admissions)
The College Management on Tuesday 7th May, 2019 appreciated two College Students, Miss Iwu Chinyere and Miss Adeboye Abibat Olanike, for standing out as bronze and gold medalists respectively at the 2019 Nigeria Colleges of Education Games Association (NICEGA) games held at Federal College of Education Obudu, Cross River state.
While presenting the token on behalf of the College Management, the Director, College Sports Council Mr. G. O Ibikunle commended the Students for performing excellently well and proving that the College was indeed the Centre of excellence. He equally appreciated the College Management for deeming it fit to motivate the Medalists stating that it would further encourage others in the future.
The Medalists received a cash gift of fifteen and twenty thousand Naira respectively. In the same vein, the College Table Tennis Coach, Mr. M.A Balogun was also commended by the College Management for a job well-done.
The event had in attendance the Chairman Sports Council, Mr. G. O Ibikunle; Director, Directorate of Sports Council, Mr. K.B. Feyisetan; Coaches L. Agbor, M.A. Balogun and the awardees.
Mr Akinlabi Arigbede, a member of staff of the Federal College of Education, Abeokuta on Wednesday, 15th May, 2019 died during a brief illness at the Federal Medical Centre, Idi Aba, Abeokuta.
The sixty-one year old, was until his death, a Welder Craftsman in the Directorate of Works and Physical Planning. He was described by many as an honest and hardworking gentleman.
A burial service was held in his honour on Thursday 16th May, 2019 at the Deeper life Bible Church, Osiele before he was laid to rest at his Osiele residence.
The Governing Council, College Management and Staff of the College sympathise with the family of the deceased, and pray to God to give them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Some members of the Senior Staff Union of Colleges of Education (SSUCOEN), Abeokuta Branch on Monday 13th May, 2019 at an emergency meeting of the Union held at the SSUCOEN Hall expressed their dissatisfaction on the refusal of the National Health Insurance Scheme NHIS to give them access to medical attention based on age restriction.
At the meeting, some members complained that they were denied medical attention by their HMOs because they were above sixty years of age as opposed the sixty-five years approved retirement age for Federal Colleges of Education. They therefore, enjoined the Union Executive to look into it as a matter of urgency.
The Director, Medical Centre, Dr. T.A Avovome, corroborated the issue by stating that the new retirement age of sixty-five years had not been enshrined into the operation of the NHIS.
The Union Chairman, Com. Emmanuel D. Iyasere thereby pleaded with affected members to exercise patience as the issue would be addressed at the Zonal and National levels.
The Chairman also promised an elaborate 2019 Union Week to all members saying that the Union Week would be celebrated in grand style as they proposed to celebrate and appreciate retired members of the Union for their contribution during service. He further stated that an Election Committee would be set-up immediately after the Zonal Delegates Conference in Kwara State College of Education, Oro.
Also speaking at the meeting was the South West Zonal Chairman, Com. Ebun Atinuke. He noted that Federal College of Education Abeokuta Branch was one of the very few branches that were vibrant, impactful and relevant at the National level.