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JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY
IKEJI ARAKEJI

PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

 

As part of the University’s contribution to national development, welfare of staff and the Christ Apostolic Church, World Wide, the Governing Council of Joseph Ayo Babalola University has reviewed upward and approved the implementation of the underlisted Partial Scholarships with effect from the 2017/2018 academic session.

  1. 15% Partial Scholarship on tuition fees for staff that have their biological Children in JABU as full time students.
  2. 20% partial scholarship on tuition fees for Christ Apostolic Church members that have their biological children in JABU.
  3. 50% partial scholarship on tuition fees for students studying B.A. Religious Studies and 60 % partial scholarship on tuition fees for CAC ordained pastors wishing to study B.A. Religious Studies.
  4. Partial Scholarship on tuition fees for siblings in the University as follows:
  • 1st child -        Full fees
  • 2nd child -        10% on tuition fees
  • 3rd child -        15% on tuition fees
  • Others -        15% on tuition fees

WALE ADERIBIGBE

REGISTRAR

19TH OCTOBER, 2017

 JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY

IKEJI ARAKEJI

 

CALENDAR FOR 2016/2017 SESSION

 

Day

Date

Event

Tuesday

4th October, 2016

Resumption for 100 Level Students and Commencement of Registration

Monday

10th October, 2016

1. Welcome Programme for 100 Level Students

2. Resumption for 200 – 500 Level Students and Commencement of Registration and Lectures

Monday

17th October, 2016

Commencement of 1st Semester Lectures for 100 Level Students

Friday

21st October, 2016

End of Registration for 100 - 500 Level Students

Monday

24th October, 2016

Commencement of late Registration for all Students and Mandatory Payment of N5,000.00 late Registration fee.

Mon-Wed.

31st Oct – 2nd Nov. 2016

Orientation Programme for 100 Level Students

Friday

18th November, 2016

Oba Oladele Olashore Memorial Lecture

Mon-Fri

28th Nov – 2nd Dec, 2016

Seventh Convocation Ceremony/Tenth Anniversary

Saturday

17th December, 2016

Commencement of Christmas Break

Monday

9th January, 2017

Resumption after Christmas Break

Mon-Fri

16th - 20th Jan., 2017

7th Convocation Ceremony

Friday

20th January, 2017

1. End of 1st Semester Lectures

2. Matriculation Ceremony

Mon-Fri

23rd .– 27th Jan., 2017

Revision Week/Registration for Examinations

Monday

30th January, 2017

Commencement of 1st Semester Examinations

Friday

10th February, 2017

End of 1st Semester Examinations

Monday

13th February, 2017

Commencement of 1st Semester Holiday

Friday

24th February, 2017

Deadline for Submission of Results by individual Lecturers

Mon – Tue

27th Feb – 7th Mar.2017

Preparation of Master Mark Sheets/Vetting of Results

Saturday

4th March, 2017

Parents’ Forum

Sunday

5th March, 2017

End of 1st Semester Holiday

Monday

6th March, 2017

1. Commencement of 2nd Semester

2. Commencement of 2nd Semester Registration & Lectures

Thursday

9th March, 2017

Special Senate to Consider Results

Friday

17th March, 2017

End of 2nd Semester Registration

Monday

20th March, 2017

Commencement of Late Registration for all Students and Mandatory Payment of N5,000.00 late Registration fee.

Mon-Fri

5th – 9th June, 2017

Revision Week/Registration for Examinations

Monday

12th June, 2017

Commencement of 2nd Semester Examinations

Saturday

23rd June, 2017

End of 2nd Semester Examinations

Friday

7th July, 2017

Deadline for Submission of Results by Lecturers

Mon – Fri.

10th – 14th July, 2017

External Examiners on Campus for Moderation of Scripts and Projects of Final Year Students

Monday

17th July, 2017

Deadline for Submission of Results for Vetting

Thursday

20th July, 2017

Special Senate to Consider Results

 

SUMMARY: 2016/2017 CALENDAR

 

First Semester:                       4th October, 2016 – 10th February, 2017      (16 weeks)

Christmas Break:                  17th December, 2016 – 9th January, 2017    (3 weeks)

First Semester Holiday:        13th February, 2017 – 5th March, 2017        (3 weeks)

Second Semester:                  6th March, 2017 – 23rd June, 2017                (16 weeks)

Summer Vacation                 26th June, 2017 – 30th September, 2017       (14 weeks)

 

 

THE POSTGRADUATE COLLEGE

JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY

IKEJI ARAKEJI

 

CALENDAR FOR 2016/2017 SESSION

 

Day

Date

Event

Monday

5th October, 2015

Resumption for 1st Semester and Commencement of Registration

Monday

12th October, 2015

Resumption for 1st Semester for all M.Sc students

Thursday

15th October, 2015

Orientation programme for fresh postgraduate students

Thursday

5th November, 2015

Annual Lecture Series

Friday

4th December, 2015

Sixth Convocation Ceremony

Friday

12th December, 2015

Commencement of Christmas Break

Monday

4th January, 2016

Resumption from Christmas Break

Monday

22nd February, 2016

Commencement of 1st Semester Examinations

Saturday

27th February, 2016

End of 1st Semester Examinations

Monday

29th February, 2016

Commencement of 1st Semester holiday

Friday

11th March, 2016

End of 1st Semester holiday

Monday

14th March, 2016

Resumption for 2nd Semester and Commencement of Registration and Lectures

Monday

27th June, 2016

Commencement of 2nd Semester Examinations

Saturday

2nd July, 2016

End of 2nd Semester Examinations

Monday

11th July, 2016

3rd Semester begins for MBA students (Registration and Lectures

Monday

18h July, 2016

External Examiners on Campus for moderation of scripts and projects of final year students

Thursday

15th September, 2016

Commencement of 3rd Semester Examinations for MBA students

Friday

19th September, 2016

End of 3rd Semester Examinations for MBA students

 

SUMMARY: 2015/2016 CALENDAR

 

First Semester:                       5th October, 2015          28th February, 2016         (16 weeks)

Christmas Break:                  12th December, 2015      4th January, 2016            (3 weeks)

First Semester Holiday:        29th February, 2016     11th March, 2016              (2  weeks)

Second Semester:                  14th March, 2016           2nd July, 2016                  (16 weeks)

Third Semester (MBA)         11th July, 2016                19th September, 2016       (12 weeks)

JABU VC Bags Fellowship of NIM


The Vice-Chancellor of Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji Arakeji, Professor Sola Fajana has been conferred with the Fellowship of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM).


The Fellowship was recently conferred on him and other eminently distinguished Nigerians at the 2016 Awards, Fellows and Spouse’s Day Luncheon Organized by the Institute held at the City hall Lagos Island on Thursday 25th August 2016.
The Luncheon tagged ‘Re-Branding the Nigerian Professional from Goodness to Greatness’ was organized in recognition of the critical roles that the inductees had played as prime drivers of management values, management standards and management professionalism in Nigeria.
The President and Chairman of Council Emeritus of the Institute, Prof Munzali Jibril, while conferring the NIM Fellowship Certificates on the recipients, congratulated them, and enjoined them to continue to be a good ambassadors of the Institute in all their endeavours. They were also reminded of the need to remember that the status of Fellowship of the Institute is sacred and holds no compromise.
Professor Fajana, a top notch Human Resource and Management expert and consultant, having been recognized for his enormous wealth of experience, achievements and service to the country, the Institute, and the academic environment, secured the highest award of the Institute as a testament of his professionalism and recognition of his invaluable contribution to humanity.
In his reaction to the prestigious award, the University don saw it as a call to higher service to the Institute, the management profession, and the nation as a whole, as he felt that the fellows should continue to contribute their talents, time and treasures towards generating desirable ideals that will further impact on the Nigerian society.
Fajana is a recipient of many other awards and fellowships, including Fellow of the Academy of Management Nigeria; Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management; Fellow of the Institute of Entrepreneurs; among others.
Among other distinguished personalities conferred with the Institute’s highest award were the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas; Director, Human Resources Management Department, Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND), Alhaji Aminu Anans; H.E. Mrs. Yetunde Abosede Onanuga; Brigadier General Ezra Jahadi Jakko; Alhaji Jani Ibrahim; Alhaji Aliyu Muhammad Naiya; Alhaji Umar Musa Mustapha; Pharm. Simon Okechukwu Akpa; Alhaji Yakubu Oseni; Mr. Abayomi Alade Ademefun; the philanthropist, Mrs Patricia Ahonsi; Mrs Cecelia Alabi; Mr Ehidiamen Agenmonmen; and Mr Kehinde Eyakwunor.
 Also present at the function were some past Presidents of the Institute, Dr. Nelson Uwaga, Mrs Margret Tutu Adeleke, and Dr Christopher Kolade

Status of College of Law

JABU College of Law was verified by the National Universities Commission (NUC) on 5th February, 2014 and was approved in April 2014 while the Council of Legal Education led by the Director-General of Nigeria Law School, Mr Olanrewaju Onadeko visited the College to verify its programme and facilities on 19th January, 2015 and the letter of approval of the college was received from the Council of Legal Education by the University in May, 2015.

The College has been growing steadily in facilities and in quality of its academic and non-academic staff since its dual approval. Both the students, parents and guardian have nothing to fear about the status of the College. As soon as the Nigerian Law School update its website, the status of our College will surely be reflected clearly. Thank you Management

RESEARCH AT JABU: PATH TO EXCELLENCE

Preamble

 Within the cardinal mission of JABU, an institutional framework and procedure to ensure excellence in teaching and research, with a mandate to stimulate research experience in our University is the establishment of Research Administration Unit. Academic Research Unit works closely with Colleges and Departments to advance and co-ordinate research planning and activities. Sustained structure and process in research, as part of University’s strategic focus, defines a University’s core values.  Developing JABU’s strength, as a research-focus University ultimately adds value to the connection between research and teaching. It also sustain our “out-reach” to end-users. Research-led process, properly conceptualized, and operationalized is a self-propelling process of “two sides of a coin”; benefitting the system and the end-users. Undergraduates teaching is expected to be geared towards quality content delivery, but the content that is delivered must be “continuously shaped and contextualized by research”, (Babbie and Mouton 2001). Academic staff and students are thereby able to engage actively and rigorously in researches that generate new directions in research and teaching. Researchers therefore have a challenging role in contributing to a continuously renewed teaching content. The broad and specific activities of the Academic Research Unit are therefore expected to feed into the goals and objectives of the University’s Academic Quality Assurance.

Research Unit

Research Administration Unit oversees the sensitization for research activities and dissemination. In the spirit of Vision and Mission of the University, JABU should position itself as one the leading research institutions in Nigeria. Our University is on a vantage position to initiate collaborative research relations with both government agencies and private organizations around us. Business/Corporate, Scientific and Cultural Institutions are our potential research partners; given the University’s location. With the existence of new and diverse Colleges, Departments and Programs in the University, our research strengths are expected to be broad, collaborative and deepen.

Research is original investigation, undertaken in order to contribute to knowledge. As noted by (Babbie and Mouton 2001), it typically involves enquiry of an experimental or critical nature driven by hypothesis or intellectual positions, capable of rigorous assessment by experts in the given discipline.  Research work could be an independent or collaborative, creative or cumulative type, conducted with rigorous conceptual and methodological refinement. Its findings and outcomes must be of benefit for knowledge development, and to the end-users.  

Within the policy content and guidelines of a University’s research objectives, the requirement to undertake research must be seen as career expectations, and must be well-balanced with other obligations of academic staff including teaching and administrative responsibilities. In this sense, academics should be well sensitized, encouraged and supported to seek research funds in support of their research work.

Research Administration: role for Research Unit

Within the context of the University’s-wide research process and structure, policy and advice on research matters are expected to be coordinated through a number of bodies and committees.  For instance, “University’s Research and Management Committee” is expected to advise the Academic Board on research strategies to be pursued, develops research policy, including research orientations for our graduate students. Research activities of the Colleges and Department are fed into the strategic policy directions of University Research Management (URM).

The research Unit therefore provides research facilities for academic staff on the following, but not limited to these areas:

-          Assisting URM with coordinating research activities of its subcommittees, and monitoring both internal and external research policy development;

-          Facilitating the process of administering a dedicated Research Fund (URF);

-          Facilitating the process of internal  administration of “Performance- Based Research Seed” for Colleges  and Department;

-          Supporting and facilitating the process of securing external research fund from Public and Private Sectors;

-          Monitoring and reporting on externally funded research grants to the URM;

-          Providing professional development opportunities for academic staff.

While JABU Consult and HRM Board, for instance, remains the “consulting” arm of University’s outreach, their roles in supporting and facilitating academic research should be complimentary to the research unit, as highlighted above. Thus, the general principle that should govern research unit’s activities is that, it is intended to maximize a range of research outcomes from academic staff and graduate students research work.

Within the institutional processes of these three complimentary arms; to ensure research development, the University will therefore be able to enhance and stimulate its External Research and Consultancy Income (ERCI).This therefore involves developing the capacity for costing and pricing of research and consultancy, organization and administration of research activities and income. External Research and Consultancy Income (ERCI) could be described as any income which meets the “Performance-Based Research Fund” and thus form part of University’s income.

Monitoring and Evaluation of Research Performance.

The URM, through the Research Unit, should be enhanced to monitor and collate the research performances of Colleges and Departments, based on the agreed criteria and time frame, and will accordingly advise the URM on the outcome of the process.

 The research performance of individual academic staff in the department is to be co-ordinated and documented by respective HoDs, as part of Professional Development and Career Progression (PDCP) process. Academic staff is therefore expected to supply full and accurate details of their research outputs on annual basis via their HoDs to the Research Unit, and to be published annually as “JABU’s Research Output”. The process of Professional Development should involve preparing research plan and review of such plans on continuous basis. The process of identification and review should involve adequate consultation that entails the following: objectives of research, envisaged applications for external research funding, opportunities for research collaboration, timeliness, and expected outputs. Such consultations may also involve balancing other academic workload such as teaching, and administration; in considering research duties/training for career growth.

Summary 

Enhanced-activities of the Research Unit for the University, raise the research profiles of the University; focusing on strengths in areas where our University wishes to develop and concentrate as research excellence. Research activities will help to position and promote our areas of research niche, and therefore further build our reputations and “vicibility”. Research activities serve as linkage for engaging with other research institutions, industries and public sectors. The mandates of the Research Unit are therefore expected to align with overall strategic interests of the University, which must also be central to the University’s Research Strategy, and aligns with the priorities and interests of research funders.

   

 

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Name

 

Dept.

 

E.mail address

 

Phone No.

1

Dr. Asaniyan A. K.

Team Leader

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08035726703

2

Dr. Oladeinde O.

Member

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08135659827

3

Dr. Ukpanukpong R.

Member

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4

Mrs. Olowu Yetunde

Secretary, Senate Research Committee

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07066575974; 08055958896

 

 

College of Law Status

 

Status of College of Law

JABU college of Law was verified by the National Universities Commission (NUC) on 5th February, 2014 and was approved in April 2014 while the Council of Legal Education led by the Director-General of Nigeria Law School...
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Admission

2017/2018 Undergraduate Admission

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Post Graduate Admission

Post Graduate Admission

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into full time and part time postgraduate programmes in some Colleges within Joseph Ayo Babalola University for the 2017/2018 session in the following programmes...
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JABU International School

JABU International School

JABU International School (JIS) Established By Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide. Admission into JSS and SSS for 2015/2016 Academic Session is still ongoing...
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2017/2018 Academic Calendar

 

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