FG Introduces New Curriculum In Nigerian Universities

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The Federal Government through the National Universities Commission has finalised a new curriculum for Nigerian Universities. The commission also made it known that the number of programmes has been increased from 188 to 238.

Report has it that the NUC had last year inaugurated a committee of experts drawn from various disciplines in Nigerian Universities to create the new Core Curriculum and Minimum Academic Standards for Universities.

The latest bulletin released by the commission and made available to our correspondent in Abuja explained that the committee had turned in their report to the commission.

Written by: Ayomide Ayodele

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