The resumption date for College 2021 for various college of educations across the Federal Republic of Nigeria is posted below:
Bilyaminu Othman College of Education Resumption date
Generally, Bilyaminu Othman College of Education in respect to the directives issued by the Bauchi State Government, regarding the date of resumption of all schools including tertiary institutions.
Therefore, the college management hereby fix the resumption date from 4th January 2021 to 18th January 2021
Federal College Of Education, Pankshin Resumption date
Generally, the Federal College Of Education, Pankshin resumption date for academic activities is scheduled for 18th January 2020 (Monday). In line with the directive from the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).
Kebbi State College of Health Science and Technology, Jega
Kebbi State College of Health Science and Technology, Jega Provost informs the staff and students that the normal academic activities will resume on the 4th January 2021 (Monday).
POGIL college of health technology
POGIL college of health technology directs CHEW 300l and 200l JCHEW students to resume on the 4th January 2021 for their 1st-semester exams as stated initially.
Generally, All DST 200l students are to resume on 11th January 2021 to continue with their remaining exams to prepare for their practical placement.
In addition, other students, in general, are to resume on 18th January 2021.
Emmanuel Alayande College of the education
Emmanuel Alayande college of education has informed all students that academic activities will commence in the college on 4th January 2021 (Monday). All degree students are advised to make themselves available as of Monday 4th January 2021.
MORE UPDATES FROM OTHER COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONS WILL BE POST IN DUE TIME
NDDC COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOLS IN NIGERIAN
The most important advice is for all schools to encourage their students to maintain good hand and respiratory hygiene to remain safe. School proprietors, VC, headmistresses, and headmasters must ensure that students have access to clean water and soap. At all times while on the school premises.
The best way for schools to avoid COVID-19 infection is to:
- Ensure students and teachers wash their hands frequently
- In addition, show students how to cough or sneeze into a tissue. Maybe cough into their elbow if they cannot get the tissue
- Clean and disinfect their premises often
- In conclusion, encourage sick students and teachers to stay home
The following symptoms may develop in the 14 days after exposure to someone who has COVID- 19 infection:
- shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
- muscle pain
If anyone has been in contact with a suspected case in a school, they should contact NCDC on 0800 9700 0010. While laboratory test results for COVID-19 is pending, there is no need to close the facility or send students or staff home.
You can find the latest information and advice by contacting NCDC on:
- NCDC Toll-free Number: 080097000010
- SMS: 08099555577
- WhatsApp: 07087110839
- Website for additional resources: www.ncdc.gov.ng
- Twitter and Facebook: @NCDCgov