GAIN ADMISSION INTO 200LEVEL WITH IJMB!!!

Gain direct admission into 200lv without
JAMB after 9 months
ABOUT IJMB PROGRAMME.
This is a programme moderated by Ahmadu
Bello University, Zaria. It is designed to
ameliorate problems of admission for
candidates seeking admission into
NigeriabUnivers ity instead of JAMB.
The examination is conducted in February
every year in
designated Polytechnics and colleges Of
Education,while
the results is released by April, Between May
and July students are to purchase a direct
entry form from JAMB office and apply to
any school of their choice. When admission
begins in
September and October, they are then short
listed for admission into their chosen
institution. The number of subjects a
student can enter for is (3)in respect to their
chosen profession.
Mean While, candidates with deficiency in
O’level English
Language and Mathematics can also remedy
these
subjects by registering for the O’level
SCORES GRADES POINTS
70-100% A 5Points
60-69% B 4Points
50-59% C 3Points
45-49% D 2Points
40-44% E 1Points
39%Below F 0Points
For a student that register for (3) Sujects
with grade such
as Physics A. Chemistry B. Biology B. the Total
number
of points scored will be as follows:
Physics A= 5Points
Chemistry B= 4Points
Biology C= 3Points
————— ————— —————
————–
Total 12 Point + 1 Points Bonus
A point is awarded to the point scored by
every candidate
provided he or she do not score (F) in any of
the subject
enterd for:
The following are the University which
accepts IJMB
results for direct entry(200L) admission.
1, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN
2, AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY,ZARI A.
3, DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ABRA KA.
4,RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY.
5,UNIVERSITY OF UYO,UYO.
6,CROSS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
AND
TECHNOLOGY.
7, UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
8, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY,
MINNA
9, UNIVERSITY OF JOS
10, BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY .
11,ALL UNIVERSITIES IN NORTHERN,NORTH
CENTRAL
AND MIDDLE BELT IN NIGERIA.
12, ALL PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA.
NOTE:
CHECK PAGE 4 OF JAMB BROCHURE ITEM 2.2 (2)
TO
CONFIRM IJMB AS A REQUIREMENT FOR
UNIVERSITY
ADMISSION.
2016/2017 REGISTRATION COMMENCED AND
LECTURES
WILL COMMENCE LATER), A CONVENIENT WAY
TO
STUDY INSTEAD OF WAITING LONG AT HOME
WHILE
WAITING FOR YOUR RESULTS. WE KNOW THAT
ACADEMIC SUCCESS IS FUNDAMENTAL TO
STUDENTS.
WE DELIVER EXCELLENT SERVICES YOU CAN
COUNT ON
AGAIN AND AGAIN. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION
IS ALSO
AVAILABLE.. TRY US AND YOU WON’T REGRET
YOU DID.
WE ALSO GIVE ADVICE AND HELP ON YOUR
ADMISSION
AND HELP YOU CREATE A BETTER AND
REWARDING
CAREER PATH.
Feel free, For any or more relevant
information about the
programme and how it can be used for
admission or the
universities that allow the programme you
can call or
sms on or 08161834800and proper attention
and infromation will be communicated to
you…
candidates should note that we have
registration centres in different states.
Help lines:08161834800
WhatsApp 08161834800
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2015 UNIVERSITY WEB RANKINGS | AFRICA

1 University of Cape Town South Africa
2 University of Pretoria South Africa
3 Universiteit Stellenbosch South Africa
4 University of the Witwatersrand South Africa
5 University of South Africa South Africa
6 The American University in Cairo Egypt
7 Cairo University Egypt
8 Mansoura University Egypt
9 Alexandria University Egypt
10 University of Dar es Salaam Tanzania
11 University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa
12 Rhodes University South Africa
13 Ain Shams University Egypt
14 Assiut University Egypt
15 University of the Western Cape South Africa
16 Université Mohammed V –
Agdal Morocco
17 University of Johannesburg South Africa
18 Université de Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
19 University of Nairobi Kenya
20 University of Lagos Nigeria
21 Makerere University Uganda
22 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan
University South Africa
23 Obafemi Awolowo University Nigeria
24 University of Ghana Ghana
25 Universidade Eduardo
Mondlane Mozambique
26 Misurata University Libya
27 The German University in Cairo Egypt
28 North-West University South Africa
29 Benha University Egypt
30 Zagazig University Egypt
31 Université de la Reunion Reunion
32 University of Botswana Botswana
33 Al Akhawayn University Morocco
34 University of Namibia Namibia
35 Université Abou Bekr Belkaid
Tlemcen Algeria
36 Université Cheikh Anta Diop Senegal
37 University of Khartoum Sudan
38 University of Ibadan Nigeria
39 Helwan University Egypt
40 Sudan University of Science
and Technology Sudan
41 University of Ilorin Nigeria
42 Université Mentouri de
Constantine Algeria
43 Covenant University Nigeria
44 Université Mouloud Maameri de
Tizi Ouzou Algeria
45 University of Swaziland Swaziland
46 Université de Batna Algeria
47 Université d’Alger Algeria
48 University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
49 Université Mohammed V –
Souissi Morocco
50 South Valley University Egypt
51 Tanta University Egypt
52 Moi University Kenya
53 Université Kasdi Merbah de
Ouargla Algeria
54 Université Abdelmalek Essadi Morocco
55 Minoufiya University Egypt
56 Université Cadi Ayyad Morocco
57 Federal University of
Technology, Minna Nigeria
58 Minia University Egypt
59 University of Zambia Zambia
60 Université d’Oran Algeria
61 Addis Ababa University Ethiopia
62 Université Djillali Liabes Algeria
63 Université Abdelhamid Ibn
Badis Mostaganem Algeria
64 Al-Azhar University Egypt
65 Kenyatta University Kenya
66 Université Hassan II –
Casablanca Morocco
67 Suez Canal University Egypt
68 Kafr el-Sheikh University Egypt
69 Universiteit van die Vrystaat South Africa
70 Cape Peninsula University of
Technology South Africa
71 Université M’hamed Bouguerra
de Boumerdes Algeria
72 Université Ibn Tofail Morocco
73 Université Hassan II
Mohammedia – Casablanca Morocco
74 University of Nigeria Nigeria
75 Université d’Antananarivo Madagascar
76 University of Malawi Malawi
77 Kwame Nkrumah University of
Science and Technology Ghana
78 Universidade de Cabo Verde Cape Verde
79 Polytechnic of Namibia Namibia
80 Tshwane University of
Technology South Africa
81 University of Benin Nigeria
82 Université des Sciences et de la
Technologie Houari Boumediène Algeria
83 Mbarara University of Science
& Technology Uganda
84 Strathmore University Kenya
85 University of Port Harcourt Nigeria
86 Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria
87 Al Jabal Al Gharbi University Libya
88 University of Agriculture,
Abeokuta Nigeria
89 Université Mohamed Khider de
Biskra Algeria
90 University of Shendi Sudan
91 University of Mauritius Mauritius
92 Durban University of
Technology South Africa
93 Université de Tunis El Manar Tunisia
94 Université de la Manouba Tunisia
95 Landmark University Nigeria
96 Fayoum University Egypt
97 Jomo Kenyatta University of
Agriculture and Technology Kenya
98 Vaal University of Technology South Africa
99 Université Ferhat Abbas Sétif Algeria
100 Université Hassiba Ben Bouali
de Chlef

6 Actions That Can Lead To Male Infertility

Male infertility refers to the inability to
impregnate a woman and it’s a very serious
issue that needs to be tackled. Here are the
likely reasons behind why men can be
infertile

Excessive Drinking And Smoking;
Excessive alcohol affects the body’s ability to absorb
zinc which is a nutrient vital for healthy sperm. Stay
away from excessive drinking of alcohol and quit
smoking. Smoking damages sperm, making them less
likely to fertilize eggs and making the embryos less
likely to survive. It increases the concentration of free
radicals in the seminal fluid so if you are seeking
fertility, try to stop smoking or suspend it for three
months because the sperm needs at least much time
to be produced from germ cell to full sperm.
Stress Unattended To
Being stressed maybe due to overworking and not
having enough time to rest and taking medications are
inadvertently killing your manhood. Researchers found
out that men with anxiety issues tend to have
abnormally shaped sperm and sperm with mobility
issues. An immobile sperm is useless because they have
to swim far to marry an egg for conception. Treat any
kind of sickness with urgency and prescribed drugs.

Over-weight:
Obese and over-weight men are likely to experience
infertility. The heavier a man is, the higher the chances
of low sperm count. In fact the central cause of
infertility is over-weight. Try to maintain good overall
height in order to reduce the risk of infertility. Obesity
can affect male fertility directly and indirectly. Men who
are significantly overweight can suffer alterations in
sleep behaviors, sexual behaviors, hormonal profiles,
scrotal temperatures and the quality of semen.
Scientists believe that in morbidly obese men, gastric
bypass surgery and the successful management of
hormones can be a helpful intervention in reversing
infertility which is directly caused by obesity. Obese
males may also suffer from higher than normal levels of
estrogen which can change the makeup of the sperm
and lead to low testosterone levels.

Malnutrition:
Not eating nutritious food can cause
infertility. Malnutrition lead to deficiencies in certain
vitamins, such as vitamin C, folic acid, selenium, and
zinc can contribute to male infertility. In addition, when
malnutrition leads to being severely underweight. Men
may have issues with low sperm counts or diminished
sperm quality and motility (the ability to effectively
move through the women’s reproductive system and
implant into an egg.) Excessive exercise in men, leading
to being underweight, may also increase the
temperature of a man’s testicles and damage sperm.

Keeping Phones In Front Pocket:
Keeping mobile phones in the pocket could affect
sperm quality. Exposure to cell phone radiation lowers
sperm motility by 8% and viability by 9%. This finding is
still a controversial one but it would be safer to keep
away mobile phones from the pocket as much as
possible. Keep your phone out of your trouser pocket,
do not text holding your phone at your waist level and
never put it close to your penis while sleeping.

Infections:
Most Infections in the male reproductive organs are
caused by sexually transmitted diseases such as
staphylococcus and gonorrhea. Men may have
infections of the reproductive tract, these may include
infections of the prostate (prostatitis), of the
epididymis (epididymitis), or of the testis
(orchitis). Unless noticeable symptoms occur, these
infections can go untreated. Severe infections can
cause scarring, blockages or other damage to the male
reproductive organs. Medications such as antibiotics
can be effective in treating infections of the male
reproductive disorders. However, it is important to
treat them early to avoid permanent damage.
Surgery may be required in cases where infection has
resulted in scarring or blockages that affect sperm
production and ejaculation.
Male infertility can also occur when there are problems
with ejaculation such as retrograde ejaculation which
occurs when the semen is forced back into the bladder,
premature ejaculation and erection dysfunction
complication from radiation therapy or surgery.

Eat better food and keep fit guys,no shaken!!!

6 Actions That Can Lead To Male Infertility

Male infertility refers to the inability to
impregnate a woman and it’s a very serious
issue that needs to be tackled. Here are the
likely reasons behind why men can be
infertile

Excessive Drinking And Smoking;
Excessive alcohol affects the body’s ability to absorb
zinc which is a nutrient vital for healthy sperm. Stay
away from excessive drinking of alcohol and quit
smoking. Smoking damages sperm, making them less
likely to fertilize eggs and making the embryos less
likely to survive. It increases the concentration of free
radicals in the seminal fluid so if you are seeking
fertility, try to stop smoking or suspend it for three
months because the sperm needs at least much time
to be produced from germ cell to full sperm.
Stress Unattended To
Being stressed maybe due to overworking and not
having enough time to rest and taking medications are
inadvertently killing your manhood. Researchers found
out that men with anxiety issues tend to have
abnormally shaped sperm and sperm with mobility
issues. An immobile sperm is useless because they have
to swim far to marry an egg for conception. Treat any
kind of sickness with urgency and prescribed drugs.

Over-weight:
Obese and over-weight men are likely to experience
infertility. The heavier a man is, the higher the chances
of low sperm count. In fact the central cause of
infertility is over-weight. Try to maintain good overall
height in order to reduce the risk of infertility. Obesity
can affect male fertility directly and indirectly. Men who
are significantly overweight can suffer alterations in
sleep behaviors, sexual behaviors, hormonal profiles,
scrotal temperatures and the quality of semen.
Scientists believe that in morbidly obese men, gastric
bypass surgery and the successful management of
hormones can be a helpful intervention in reversing
infertility which is directly caused by obesity. Obese
males may also suffer from higher than normal levels of
estrogen which can change the makeup of the sperm
and lead to low testosterone levels.

Malnutrition:
Not eating nutritious food can cause
infertility. Malnutrition lead to deficiencies in certain
vitamins, such as vitamin C, folic acid, selenium, and
zinc can contribute to male infertility. In addition, when
malnutrition leads to being severely underweight. Men
may have issues with low sperm counts or diminished
sperm quality and motility (the ability to effectively
move through the women’s reproductive system and
implant into an egg.) Excessive exercise in men, leading
to being underweight, may also increase the
temperature of a man’s testicles and damage sperm.

Keeping Phones In Front Pocket:
Keeping mobile phones in the pocket could affect
sperm quality. Exposure to cell phone radiation lowers
sperm motility by 8% and viability by 9%. This finding is
still a controversial one but it would be safer to keep
away mobile phones from the pocket as much as
possible. Keep your phone out of your trouser pocket,
do not text holding your phone at your waist level and
never put it close to your penis while sleeping.

Infections:
Most Infections in the male reproductive organs are
caused by sexually transmitted diseases such as
staphylococcus and gonorrhea. Men may have
infections of the reproductive tract, these may include
infections of the prostate (prostatitis), of the
epididymis (epididymitis), or of the testis
(orchitis). Unless noticeable symptoms occur, these
infections can go untreated. Severe infections can
cause scarring, blockages or other damage to the male
reproductive organs. Medications such as antibiotics
can be effective in treating infections of the male
reproductive disorders. However, it is important to
treat them early to avoid permanent damage.
Surgery may be required in cases where infection has
resulted in scarring or blockages that affect sperm
production and ejaculation.
Male infertility can also occur when there are problems
with ejaculation such as retrograde ejaculation which
occurs when the semen is forced back into the bladder,
premature ejaculation and erection dysfunction
complication from radiation therapy or surgery.

Eat better food and keep fit guys,no shaken!!!