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According Benjamin, the sale of the application documents, which was scheduled to start on November 22, suffered delay due to the publishers’ inability to print the 1.8 million copies of the forms before the deadline.
“This postponement was due to the delay in meeting agreed deadline by the publisher of the Compulsory Reading Text meant for prospective candidates for the 2018 UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations).
“The publisher had promised to deliver all the texts for the 2018 candidates on or before November 7 but as at close of work today, the publisher has not provided the 1.8 million copies required.
“This development has painfully forced the Board to shift the date from Wednesday, November 22 to a date to be announced soon,” he said.
Benjamin added that a new date would be announced soon and urged intending applicants to visit its website and familiarise themselves with the application procedures.
“All reforms and the process of registration have been made very friendly and easy for candidates desirous of applying for the 2018 exercise.
“The advertisement when out will explain step by step the processes of obtaining the application e-pins and registration,” Benjamin concluded.

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Science/Technology / Agent P's Genome by Aloyzeus(m): 10:24am On 11 Nov 2017
•AGENT P's GENOME•
By: Dren


Agent P,the alias also of the pet of Phineas and Ferb na si PERRY THE PLATYPUS.But have you ever wonder on their Genome?Do they share some characteristics with other animals?Humans? Also this is also one very interesting example of the topic we discussed recently on Systematics.Lets find out.


The sequencing of the platypus genome has received a high amount of misleading press attention.What does this information really tell us about this strangely unique animal and its genetic past?

The recent publication of a draft of the platypus genome (Warren et al., 2008 ) has garnered a great deal of newspaper coverage, much of which has been misleading. Over and over again, the article lead is that the platypus is "weird" or "odd," or even worse, that the animal is a chimera.
One author, for instance, describes the platypus as a "genetic potpourri—part bird, part reptile, and part lactating mammal" (AFP, 2008 ). Unfortunately, such statements are inaccurate. In reality, the platypus is not part bird, as birds are an independent and (directly) unrelated lineage.
Moreover, although one could say that the platypus is part reptile, it is so only in the sense that it is a member of the great reptilian clade that also includes prototherians, marsupials, birds, lizards,snakes, dinosaurs, and eutherian mammals (including humans). Using this line of reasoning, we humans could say with equal justification that we, too, are part reptile.

The truth about the platypus—and what makes the animal's recent genomic sequencing particularly m interesting—is that it belongs to a lineage that separated from ours approximately 166 million years ago,deep in the Mesozoic era, and since that time, it has independently lost different elements of our last common ancestor. By comparing bits of the platypus genome that were conserved with those that were lost, researchers can develop a clearer picture of what Jurassic mammals were like, and they can also determine what sorts of genetic traits contemporary mammals have gained and lost over the course of evolution.

In order to better understand the impact of the platypus study, it is helpful to begin by looking at a cladogram that illustrates the dates when derived traits appeared in the various lineages considered in the study (Nasa Comment Section). This diagram reflects a fairly conventional picture of our evolutionary history, and it reinforces the evolutionary explanation for the illustrated relationships.As you can see, a number of modern animals-including birds-are depicted along the top of the cladogram in Figure 1. Note,however, that the cladogram does not imply that modern monotremes (including the platypus) are part bird. Rather, birds are included in this diagram because they are contemporary representatives of the sauropsid lineage, a group of reptile cousins that split from our family tree roughly 315 million years ago. So, if monotremes aren't part bird, why did the investigators who conducted the platypus study examine genomic data from chickens during the course of their research? The primary reason for inclusion of this data relates to comparison.Specifically, the researchers knew that if they found a feature in birds that was also present in monotremes (or marsupials or eutherians), this would mean that the feature was most likely also present in the animals' common ancestor.

For instance, one of the unusual (for a mammal) features of the platypus is meroblastic cleavage. In fact, there is a famous telegram from 1884 in which researchers who were working in Australia announced a dramatic discovery to their colleagues at the British Association:
"Monotremes oviparous, ovum meroblastic."

Those four words declare that the platypus lays eggs (i.e., it is oviparous) and that the early stages of platypus embryo formation resemble the stages seen in birds and reptiles, not mammals. As opposed to the platypus, eutherians and marsupials have eggs that go through holoblastic cleavage; this means that the first cell divisions following fertilization cut all the way through the ovum,producing multiple,separable daughter cells. On the other hand,in the meroblastic cleavage of the platypus and chicken, the large yolky egg does not completely subdivide, so early cell divisions are incomplete. These incomplete divisions produce a sheet of cells on top of the yolk that are cytoplasmically continuous with the yolk cytoplasm. Indeed, this sheet is common feature in yolky eggs and is a consequence of physical constraints on cell division.

Thus, both the platypus and the chicken exhibit meroblastic cleavage—but this does not mean that platypuses are part bird.Rather, what it does suggest is that meroblastic cleavage is likely a primitive character, one that was inherited from thelast common ancestor of synapsids and sauropsids over 300 million years ago.Another possibility is that birds and monotremes evolved this feature independently, thereby making this trait an example of convergent evolution. Simple observation of meroblastic cleavage in both monotremes and birds is not enough to determine whether this characteristic arose via convergence or via common descent—in order to discover which is the case, we must look at multiple details of the evolutionary process.

Of course, not just the platypus but every living organism is a mix of both conserved,primitive characters and evolutionary novelties—thus, a mouse is just as "weird" as a platypus from an evolutionary perspective, as each is the product of processes that promoted divergence from a common ancestor, and each is equidistant from that ancestor. It's just that we primates share more derived characters, or synapomorphies, with mice than with platypuses because we are more closely related, and the mix of characters in mice istherefore more familiar to us.

Indeed, all modern animals are products of different evolutionary trajectories, and no one species by itself is representative of the ancestral condition. As a result, we must determine the ancestral state of modern animals through the comparison of multiple lineages—and that is the virtue of the data from the platypus. Information regarding the platypus genome adds yet another lineage to our data set—a lineage that diverged from ours over 160 million years ago. The platypus data is therefore a lens that can help us see what novelties arose during that 160 million year window on both the eutherian and monotreme sides of the split.

Sequencing of the platypus genome reveals that the platypus has about 18,000 genes; humans, by comparison, have somewhere around 20,000.Moreover, roughly 82% of the platypus's genes are shared between monotremes,marsupials, eutherians, birds, and reptiles. This is not at all surprising,because all of these organisms are made of eukaryotic cells, and the basic eukaryotic machinery is going to be shared among species. Platypuses and humans also share a lot of "selfish" DNA bits—about half of both species' genomes consists of LINE and SINE - like sequences.

Humans and platypuses do differ in the details, however. For instance, an obvious difference is that the platypus lays yolky eggs, whereas humans and other eutherians have yolkless eggs that are retained in the mother's body. Thus, as you might expect,the platypus has a gene that humans lack—one that codes for vitellogenin, a crucial yolk protein.

Source
•AFP. Neither fish nor fowl: Platypus genome
decoded. May 7 (2008 )
•Brown, S. Top billing for platypus at end of
evolution tree. Nature News 453, 138 (2008 )

~Dren

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The universities listed below will release Admission List for 2017/18 soon
Information from a reliable source reveal that admission list of the school listed will be release between now and 3 weeks.

AAUA
FUOYE
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ESUT
UI
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Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, KSUSTA school fees schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The management of the Kebbi State University of Science and Technology (KSUST), has released the school fees schedule for fresh and returning students, for the 2017/2018 academic session.

KSUSTA SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE.

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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has announced a proposed date for the 2018 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Exam (UTME)
According to the JAMB Registrar, Prof Oloyede, JAMB has proposed March 9th to 17th, 2018 for the commencement and conclusion of the 2018 examination stating that the board is taking into cognisance dates of other public examinations.

He made this known during a meeting in Abuja on Wednesday with stakeholders on the plans and programmes for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, and Direct Entry, DE.

He further stated that the Mock examination will be expected to hold from January 22 to 24 for interested candidates.
“The mock examination is starting the same date the sales of form is ending.” “Eye glasses are to be examined properly before candidates are allowed into the examination hall,” he said.

It was also disclosed that the price of the 2018 UTME Registration Form will be N5000 as it was for 2017.

The Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH) has released the First batch Post-UTME and Direct entry admission list f0r 2017/2018.

Candidates offered provisional admission into OSUSTECH are to log on to Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) on caps.jamb.gov.ng to accept the offer of admission immediately.

Admission letter should be printed on the website of JAMB as soon as the offer of admission is accepted.

Fresh students are to resume on the 8th of January, 2018 , in line with the 2017/2018 academic calendar of the University.

Further information will be made available on the University website in this regard.

Yukhub Team.

An option to create your 2018 Jamb profile via text messaging will be launched for the 2018 Jamb UTME.


Here is a simple guide on how to create your Jamb profile via sms in 2018.

Profile Creation from Home by Candidates Using Cellphones – Text (SMS)

How to create Jamb 2018 Profile with Cellphone

1. Sends his/her Surname, First Name & Middle Name (where applicable) . This should be maximum of 38 characters + 2 spaces between names = 40 characters in all to JAMB short code of 55019

2. One cell number (mobile number) can be used by one candidate only

3. A confirmation code of 10 characters is received by the candidate on the same telephone number which will be used to procure the ePIN.

How to Correct Mistakes

To correct a mistake in candidate’s name, resend a text message (from the registered number) “CORRECT Surname First name middlename” to 55019
To retrieve a lost confirmation code , resend a text message (from the registered number) “RESEND” to 55019

When I first heard of the word “CV”, I became curious; ‘CV’ as an abbreviation means Curriculum Vitae. Your Curriculum Vitae is as unique as you! However, it is very easy to fall into a formula that leaves it at the bottom of the pile. To make sure this never happens to you, make sure you follow this CV checklist to make it stand out!



MAKE IT UNIQUE

Your CV should demonstrate your individual skill and experience. It should also grab the employers attention. Think of a paper that has a slightly different cast to the usual white – you may use tinted paper. Don’t forget about the font, keep it slick and readable, but you don’t have to follow the usual choices expected. Remember risk-taking can be an asset to a certain extent.



KEEP IT SIMPLE.

Much like the font, the layout is key to a good CV. To make sure the employer understands the full extent of what you can offer, they have to be able to read it. Being ambiguous would do no good. Simple formats work best at doing this. Try looking at templates to help you.



GIVE IT A GOOD FOCUS

Ask yourself which industry it is, then tailor your CV. Make sure your relevant experience is seen first to grab the employer’s attention. Don’t worry if you feel like you have no relevant experience. Instead, emphasize how the skill you do have is an asset to the job you’re applying for. So, if you’re applying for a teaching position and you’ve worked in a retail shop, don’t be afraid. “Your ability to think fast and resolve an issue with an irate customer has given you a knack for initiative valuable for diffusing classroom dramas.” It is pertinent to note that in our world today, skills are gaining more relevance in the labour market. So if you’ve got skills, develop them.

EDIT, EDIT, EDIT.

Grammatical mistakes and mishaps are the first things employers look for in a CV. If your CV looks rushed and ill-planned, it immediately turns off an employer no matter how qualified you are. In fact, employers are quick to trash a resume with mistakes regardless of experience, in favour of someone who has put effort and time into their work. Make sure all contact information is correct, including addresses, phone numbers and emails and avoid conflicting dates. Make sure you take time to go over the process, this displays your eagerness for the job.



REVAMP IT.

Make sure you update your CV often. You must make sure all your experience is regularly refreshed to meet the job requirements you’re applying for. Take this time to also check over old information, edit and make sure all your contact details are up to date. Can you imagine if you got the job but the phone number you gave is old and unused? I can imagine the feeling.



LENGTH

The general rule of thumb is that your CV should not exceed 2pages. Employers have to look at many and have neither the time nor energy to read your novel of a resume. Make sure the experience you list is relevant to the job. However, if you have lots of appropriate skills, going over 2pages is fine. It’s all about being concise and precise.

ACHIEVEMENTS, NOT DUTIES.

Your CV should sell you achievements or accomplishments as an individual. Try to avoid making your CV sound like a job description. Focus on what you did and its positive outcome. Using ‘active’ language instead of ‘passive’ language makes your CV sound more dynamic. This makes you sound like a doer, rather than someone who was just involved.



Get to work and go get that dream job!

1 Quality of Lecturers – You cannot just compare the experience and expertise of lecturers they have in a university setting to that of the polytechnic. Most university lecturers are professors and PhD holders with years of teaching coupled with experience to show for it. In fact, most Master degree holders in some universities are mere assistant lecturers.

This is not so for our polytechnics where most of their so-called ‘experienced’ lecturers are mere BSc holders who are university graduates. Most rectors of polytechnics are Msc holders, though not all, only a few are PhD holders. At times, even corps members lecture in some polytechnics.

2 Qualification For Entrance – The qualification for entrance into the university is more strict compared to that of polytechnics. Obviously, JAMB UTME cut off for universities is somewhat high, at times, this leads to frustration of jambites, which makes them resort to polytechnics.

3 Funding From Government – Nigerian Universities are much more funded by government than polytechnics. Funding is one of the ways to determine the quality of an institution.


If you notice, the government and the media in general pay more attention to the demand of ASUU over ASUP. Though, some universities might decide to play narrow with the funds.

That is why products of universities are always trained better than those of polytechnics.

4 Research Work– Universities are the foundation of researches and this is the root of progress in institutions. Even though the quality of research work in Nigerian universities is poor, it is still far better compared to that of polytechnics that do very negligible or feeble research works.

5 Beautiful And Large Campus Environment – Mere structures and architectures of buildings in an institution goes a long way in telling about the quality of such institution.

Taking OAU as an instance, whether OAU is still the most beautiful campus in Africa or not is an argument meant for another day. But No polytechnic in Nigeria can even compete with the institution in terms of structures and its landmass.




6 Quality of students – It’s a no-brainier that the most brilliant students go to universities. In most polytechnics, all you see is dejected and old students who have taken JAMB UTME more than a couple times but no luck, then resorted to such institution. Just few of polytechnic students are young and smart, no hate.

7 Scholarships Preference – Reputable scholarship bodies hardly notice polytechnic students when it comes to scholarship offering. Only university undergraduates would have the opportunity to apply for such scholarships. Not only at the undergraduate level but also postgraduate scholarships.

Meaning, there i hardly scholarships for polytechnic students. This is another form of discrimination in some sense.

8 Market Demand – Market preference for BSc is far higher than for OND/HND. OND/HND holders are most times seen as middle level manpower though that was the intention when polytechnics were initially created.

There are more opportunities for BSc holders even outside the country and world wide.

9 Self Esteem – An average BSc holder tends to have more confidence and self-belief than a HND holder. This is however not the fault of HND holders, they only have to face stiff discrimination in the employment market, thus having a negative impact on their self esteem.

These and some other reasons are why Polytechnic students are subject to discriminations anywhere to find themselves.

DISCLAIMER : This post is not in any way meant to impress, oppress or make anyone feel depressed. It is just a mere observation from an average human being who is subject to flaws and bound to write whatsoever words that form from the letters he probably randomly typed. No matter the cer

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Spanish La liga
Espanyol vs Valencia
tip: X or GG (chance Mix)
Athletico bilbao vs Villarreal
tip: X or GG ( chance Mix)

English premier league
Watford vs West brom
tip: 1X/1X(DC HT/FT)

German bundesliga
Shalke vs Hamburg
tip: 1 (1X2)
Werder bermen vs. Hannover
tip: 2 or GG ( chance Mix)

Italian serie A
spal 2013 vs Fiorentina
tip: 2 or GG(chance mix)
sampdoria vs Juventus
tip: GG( GG/NG )
inter vs Atlanta
tip: 1 or GG ( chance Mix)

French ligue 1
Caen vs Nice
tip: X or GG (chance mix)
Lyon vs Montpellier
tip: 1 (1X2)
Bordeaux vs Marseille
tip: X or GG (chance mix)

Champions leaguepredictions will be better

Sports / Premier League Betting Tips 18/11/2017 by kyngtony(m): 11:06am On 11 Nov 2017
Arsenal vs Tottenham
tip : GG @1.52 odds
lost result: 2-0
Bournemouth VS Huddersfield
tip : 1X @1.16 odds
won result: 4-0
Burnley vs. Swansea
tip : 1 @2.20 odds
won!!! result:2-0
Crystal Palace vs Everton
tip : X or GG @1.62 odds
won!!! result:2-2
Leicester vs. Man City
tip : GG @ 1.56 odds
lost result:0-2
Liverpool vs. Southampton
tip : 1X @1.07 odds
won!!! result: 3-0
West Brom vs Chelsea
tip : 2 @1.60 odds
won!!! result: 0-4
Man Utd vs Newcastle
tip: 1 & ov. 1.50 @1.5 odds
Won!!! result: 4-1


total odds: 26+

A mother and daughter from South Africa got pregnant for the same man and gave birth to their babies just four days apart.
In a related event, a Syrian mother and her daughter have given birth at the same time after undergoing Caesarean Sections together at a Turkish hospital.
The South African woman, 38 year old Mildred Mashego, learned that her 13-year-old daughter, Patricia Mashego, was also pregnant and that they would be due in the same month.
The mother was furious that her daughter got pregnant out of wedlock; however she was even more shocked when she learned who the father of the child was.
Mildred was so angry that her daughter was secretly having s*x with her boyfriend and was even considering abortion when she found out the truth. However, now that the children are born the woman has forgiven her daughter for the sake of her grandson.
Vincent Malumane, the father of the children, admitted that he was having s*x with the mother and the daughter secretly behind the backs of both women.
“I cannot go back now and explain what happened. All we have to do is focus on making sure that the children are properly cared for,” said the man. The two women gave birth just four days apart: first the daughter, then the mother. Both gave birth to healthy boys, making the children brothers, a nephew, an uncle and a grandson.
Meanwhile, a Syrian mother and daughter have given birth at the same time after undergoing Caesarean Sections together at a Turkish hospital.
Fatma Birinci, 42, gave birth to her child at the same time as her daughter Gade Birinci, 21, in the Turkish city of Konya. The pair fled their native country three years ago because of the devastating civil war and found out they were pregnant in the same week.
The two new-born boys have been named Recep and Tayyip, the first two names of the current Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdman, according to Turkish news outlet Ensonhaber.
Erkan Ata_, the chief physician of the hospital, visited the family in the hospital room after the successful birth.
He said: ‘This is an event that I have never heard of. They have escaped from the war into our country and have taken refuge in Turkey for three years.’ Doctor of Gynecology and Obstetrics Naim Unsal called the birth a ‘miracle.’
Unsal said the mother’s previous births were all Caesareans. It is not yet known where the fathers are or if they witnessed the birth.


A German driver who parked his car back in 1997 then forgot where he parked it, has now been reunited with the car exactly 20 years after, and it was found at the exact spot he left it.
Authorities in Frankfurt found the car in a garage in a building which is set for demolition.
The car was rotting in a garage all these years and is now unfit to drive. The car owner had phoned the authorities to report the car missing after he couldn’t find it.
After he searched and still didn’t see the car, he
assumed it had been stolen but it has now been discovered that the Volkswagen Passat had just been hidden from view and was actually exactly where he left it.
Police drove the 76-year-old man to be reunited with his Volkswagen Passat. The car had only been discovered because it had been parked in a building which is being regenerated.
According to German paper Augsberger Allgemein, the car was getting in the way of building work so police had to investigate and find out who it belonged to.
Frankfurt authorities said: “The car can no longer be driven and will be sent to the scrap heap.”