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Junior chamber International (JCI) is a world wide federation of young leader between age 18 to 40 to come together and create positive sustainable changes in the community

Meet JCIN Federal Polytechnic, in the below

A Local Organisation ready to #ImpactThroughDiversity!

JCIN FPE President

JCIN FPE President

 

*BE PART OF SOMETHING*
A big part of the JCI experience is getting involved in projects. These can be events or based on community needs. By getting involved in these projects in different capacities, you develop expertise that you may not have the opportunity to in your day .

*WHO IS JCI FOR?*
People join JCI for lots of different reasons but everyone is passionate about making a change to their lives, and the lives of others.

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Are you a young professional looking to develop leadership skills to help you further your career? Are you eager to make a lasting impact in your local community? Do you want the opportunity to travel to exciting new places and meet people from all over world? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then JCI is for you!

*GROW AS A PERSON*
As a JCI member, you will have access to a whole host of opportunities to help you develop both personally and professionally. We run training sessions on a diverse range of subjects including project management, presenting and personality skills, managing finances and digital media.

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JCI also offers a fantastic debating and public speaking . As an organisation run by the members for the members, people are encouraged and supported to step into leadership roles on local, projects or national boards.

*How is JCI different from other nonprofits?*
JCI members take initiative to solve local challenges. More than a one-time donation or service opportunity, we focus on sustainable impact locally and globally. It only takes one active citizen to change the world. Be that active citizen today.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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FPE Alumni Organizes Peaceful Meeting To Settle Management/ Various Unions Differences

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PUBLIC RELATIONS UNIT, NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (NEC),
FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Dated:*28TH SEPTEMBER, 2020

FPE ALUMNI ORGANISES PEACE MEETING TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND THE VARIOUS UNIONS ON CAMPUS

Protocols duly observe as I salute all our members all around the globe. It is my pleasure to report today the development with respect to above stated subject.

Immediately the attention of the NEC was called to the crisis, we swung into actions. Preliminary findings were carried out and that resulted into inviting players for a peace talk. These players include but not limited to the school management as headed by the Rector, the Polytechnic Unions, representatives of the host community (Ede Descendants and FEYDA), the religious leaders, etc
The peace meeting which had in attendance two (2) members of the BOT and the NEC members was held at the Conference Hall in the Administrative Building of the Polytechnic on Saturday 26th September, 2020 with every invited bodies/individuals present except The Rector who sent his representatives and the SSANIP who declined the invitation.

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The gathering which lasted well over four hours was able to reveal many pertinent issues and ways forward were proposed.
Explanations/clarifications were given on contending issues like alleged misappropriation of funds, staff victimization, academic related issues, etc. Emotions rose, purgation was done all in true bid to get a peaceful resolution.

After all these were done, warring parties were unanimous in ensuring that all matters be resolved fairly and rightly. As the meeting closed the following are some of the resolutions reached

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👉All efforts be made to resolve lingering crisis internally

👉 Granting press statements that could incite anyone further should be stopped;

👉The Alumni NEC and the BOT should make further efforts to meet the SSANIP and The Rector;

👉The host community continues to partner other relevant bodies or individuals in ensuring peaceful coexistence

👉 Any form of harassment, humiliation, threat, and or intimidation of anyone should be stopped or desist from immediately

In view of the above and in a bid to completely settle the crisis, the Alumni NEC and the BOT as the representatives of the entire Alumni Association members will continue to do all it can to bring peace and sustain that peace without compromising the standard and quality of education in the school.

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A comprehensive report and communique will be released after all that needed to be done has been achieved in not too distant future.

Babalola O.Abayomi
National PRO
pro@fpealumni.org
+234 8035 676 746

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WAEC to release 2020 SSSCE results late October

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The West African Examinations Council has said that it has a 45 -day timeline from its last paper to release the results of the 2020 Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination . This indicates that the results should be released by late October.
The council told one of our correspondents on Saturday that it would keep to 45 days after the last paper was written to release the results and to meet the deadline .
This is just as the Lagos State Ministry of Education through the State Examinations Board stated that from 2021 , entrance examinations into the Lagos State Model Colleges and Upgraded Junior Secondary Schools would be done through the Computer -Based Testing .
The West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination was taken between August 17 , 2020 and Saturday , September 12 , which means that the council would release the results latest by October 27 – 45 days after .
The Head of Public Affairs, WAEC , Demianus Ojijeogu , in a text message to one of our correspondents on Saturday , said , “ Before the outbreak of COVID -19 , we usually released it 45 days after the last paper on the timetable must have been taken . We are working on meeting that timeline .”
Meanwhile, the Lagos State Commissioner for Education , Mrs Folashade Adefisayo , said on Saturday at the launch of the CBT at the State Examination Board headquarters that the entrance exercises would be conducted through CBT from 2021 .
Only 210 pupils seeking admission into Lagos State Model Colleges and Upgraded Junior Secondary Schools in the state opted for CBT in 2020 .
Adefisayo, represented by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education , Mrs Abosede Adelaja , said , “ The examination will be strictly CBT by next year since the world is a global village . Moreover , you need to add and embrace modern technologies.The parents of the candidates who opted for CBT will get the results of their children within 24 hours after the examination . Education remains the veritable tool to attain greatness as it helps to prepare for individual life ’s challenges .”
She noted that only 47 pupils were slated for the inaugural exam while the remaining 163 pupils would take theirs from Monday , September 28 , to Wednesday , September 30 , 2020 , at the Lagos State Examinations Board .

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