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From Fred Ezeh, Abuja

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced full automation of its administration and other services to all stakeholders in order to Improve on efficiency and service delivery to the public.

It stated that beginning from January, 2023, the board will not receive any physical letter from any institution or agency except through its Interactive e-Brochure and e-Syllabus System (IBASS).

JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, announced the development at a meeting with regulatory agencies and tertiary institutions at JAMB headquarters in Abuja, on Monday.

Prof. Oloyede explained that IBASS will ensure seamless communication between JAMB, institutions and their regulatory agencies, without the use of letter writing as the practice has been over the years.

He further explained that the automation of curriculum, accreditation and general administration matters among JAMB, regulatory agencies and Institutions will provide personalised services to the institutions and agencies as only JAMB and the institution will be able to see any communication on the platform.

He explained further: “We discovered that we spend our time attending to letters from some major stakeholders of the board, notably, National Universities Commission (NUC), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) and National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE). Apart from these stakeholders, we also receive correspondences from 890 institutions across the country.

“The regulatory agencies often appeal to us for approval of new programmes and accreditation of programmes. And what we receive from institutions is essentially about admissions and registration or accreditation of new courses or quota issue.

“With this platform, if NUC approves admission quota, it would be centralised in such a way that as soon as you see ‘approved’, everybody will see it and there is no need to write to JAMB,” he explained.

The Executive Secretary of NCCE, Prof. Paulinus Chijioke Okwelle, in his remarks noted that the platform will make admission process seamless.

He commended the many initiatives taken by JAMB to reduce delay and Improve efficiency, adding that IBASS will address challenges and Improve efficiency in the admission process.

The Executive Secretary of NUC, Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, in his submission said in the last six years, JAMB has built a strong relationship with regulatory agencies and institutions of higher learning in the country.

He stressed that the importance of communication as a tool for organisational efficiency can never be overemphasized, thus commending JAMB for setting up CAPS and IBASS as that would Improve efficiency and smooth operations of JAMB.

On his part, the Executive Secretary of NBTE, Prof. Idris Muhammad Bugaje, said the introduction of IBASS and CAPS was the “magic one” as the nation requires digitization of all its communication.

Prof. Bugaje, however, decried the failure of some Polytechnic Rectors to embrace digitisation, adding that the Board will soon commence digitisation of all its process including accreditation in all polytechnics nationwide.

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Killexams : New syllabus on the way for NSW schools </head> <body id="readabilityBody" readability="27.959183673469"> <h3>Newscorp Australia are trialling new security software on our mastheads. If you receive "Potential automated action detected!" please try these steps first:</h3> <ol type="1"> <li>Temporarily disable any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Add this site in to the allowed list for any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Ensure your browser supports JavaScript (this can be done via accessing <a href="https://www.whatismybrowser.com/detect/is-javascript-enabled" target="_blank">https://www.whatismybrowser.com/detect/is-javascript-enabled</a> in your browser)</li> <li>Ensure you are using the latest version of your web browser</li> </ol> <p>If you need to be unblocked please e-mail us at accessissues@news.com.au and provide the IP address and reference number shown here along with why you require access. News Corp Australia.</p><p>Your IP address is: 108.167.164.204 | Your reference number is: 0.8f386368.1671012311.17cadb56</p> </body> </description> <pubDate>Sun, 04 Dec 2022 16:08:00 -0600</pubDate> <dc:format>text/html</dc:format> <dc:identifier>https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/new-syllabus-on-the-way-for-nsw-schools/video/d115dcd5d1a3569cd17e7ddcf87800dd</dc:identifier> </item> <item> <title>Killexams : Powerful Bombs and Solar Snake Appear on Surface of Sun

The sun has had an active few months, developing Ellerman bombs and solar snakes on its surface.

Sunspot AR3140 was recently seen exploding its "bombs, and the European Space Agency's (ESA) Solar Orbiter probe spotted a cylinder of gases snaking through the sun's magnetic field in September.

Ellerman bombs occur in areas of the sun's surface with strong magnetic fields. Named after physicist Ferdinand Ellerman, who studied them in the 1900s, the bombs are magnetic explosions caused by opposite polarities colliding. While the explosions are one-millionth as powerful as normal solar flares, they are still immensely energetic, releasing as much energy as 100,000 World War II atomic bombs, according to SpaceWeather.com.

"These events are due to a combination of intense magnetic activity and pressure within the outer parts of the sun," Christopher Conselice, an astronomy professor at the University of Manchester, told Newsweek.

"The Ellerman bombs have been known about for over a century, but their origin is still being debated. We observe these as bright features on the surface of the sun, but their ultimate cause is still unknown," Conselice said.

Solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs)—high-energy releases of electromagnetic radiation and solar plasma, respectively—are also associated with areas of higher activity on the sun, so Ellerman bombs can represent a warning bell for more intense solar events.

This image of the sun was taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory, a NASA mission that has been observing the star since 2010. Beginning in September, solar events like Ellerman bombs and solar snakes have been seen on the sun's surface. NASA/SDO

"They are connected to other solar activity and can indicate that more intense solar flares and CMEs will occur," Conselice said. "The sun is a very active and ever-changing star, and we still don't know how to explain all of the physics behind the activity we see."

The solar snake that was spotted on September 5 by the Solar Orbiter is also an ejection of solar plasma, but it is suspended in a unique way by the sun's magnetic field.

"You're getting plasma flowing from one side to the other, but the magnetic field is really twisted. So you're getting this change in direction because we're looking down on a twisted structure," David Long, an astronomer at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory at University College London, said in an ESA statement.

In the video, the extremely hot plasma—up to 1 million degrees Celsius—is snaking along a long filament of the sun's magnetic field. The ESA has estimated that the snake was traveling at around 170 kilometers per second, or roughly 380,000 mph.

The area that the snake emerged from later erupted in a CME, sending huge amounts of solar plasma into space. This suggests that solar snakes may also be a precursor to larger and more significant solar activities.

These solar events come as the sun inches toward its solar maximum, when it experiences more solar flares and CMEs, increasing in activity as it does. The solar activity follows approximately 11-year cycles, during the middle of which the sun reaches the solar maximum, when this activity is a lot higher than during its minimum.

The last solar minimum occurred in 2019, so our sun is ahead of schedule, being more active than it normally is at this stage in the cycle.

Do you have a tip on a science story that Newsweek should be covering? Do you have a question about solar activity? Let us know via science@newsweek.com.

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Killexams : Cold and Windy with Sun

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FLURRIES. YOU WILL LIKELY NEED A QUICK WE HAD A LITTLE BIT OF A DUSTING AND PICKED UP 1/10 OF AN INCH OF SNOW. FOR THE KICKOFF, MOSTLY SUNNY. THE SUN ISN’T GOING TO HELP MUCH. IT WILL FEEL AWFULLY COLD OUTSIDE. HIGH TEMPERATURES INTO THE 20’S BUT WILL CONSISTENTLY FEEL LIKE THE TEENS THROUGHOUT THE REST OF EUROPE SUNDAY DESPITE WHAT YOUR THERMOMETER IS TELLING YOU AT HOME. WE STAY BELOW 30 FOR THE AFTERNOON HIGHS. OVERNIGHT, ANOTHER ROUND OF TEENS. ANOTHER BREEZY DAY. A CHILLY START TO THE DAY. REBOUND INTO THE 40’S ALMOST AREAWIDE MONDAY. NICER ON TUESDAY AND EACH AND EVERY DAY. LOTS OF SUNSHINE AND HIGHER TEMPERATURES APPROACHING AND SKIPPING DAY. 20 DEGREES WILL BE THE AFTERNOON HI. 20 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. WE SHOULD BE AROUND 50. THE SUN WILL BE OUTPUTS ON A DAY LIKE TODAY, WIND UP TO 30 MILES PER HOUR IT WON’T MAKE MUCH OF A DIFFERENCE. OVERNIGHT, CLEAR, COLD, BREEZY. WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE HOLIDAY. 51 ON THANKSGIVING DAY. NO TRAVEL DELAYS LEADING UP TO THE HOLIDAY.

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Killexams : Surfside Beach’s manager suddenly resigns in terse email, but some want him to stay No result found, try new keyword!Surfside Beach town administrator William Shanahan plans to ... about circumstances surrounding his departure. Hellyer told The Sun News Nov. 21 that Shanahan’s decision was not expected. Mon, 21 Nov 2022 07:08:00 -0600 text/html https://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/news/local/article269045937.html Killexams : Problem lies with the teaching methods rather than the syllabus itself

Though several educationists berate Sri Lanka's education system, condemning it for being flawed with its inability to nurture and produce holistic individuals rather than so called 'book worms' D.G Sumanasekera, Principal of Vidura College Colombo however opined that the education system was not in a mess like many believed it to be. "There is a general criticism that the Sri Lankan education system is in a mess. I don't deny the fact that there are drawbacks but I can categorically say it's not in a mess. There are strong points in the curriculum which I think are modern and sufficient enough to provide the student with an adequate knowledge of the world around him. However, the only setback I see is that we revise the curriculum too often."

He pointed out that Sri Lanka should learn and extract the better practices followed by other countries and make crucial amendments if they are beneficial in developing the existing system. However, these modifications should happen within limitations. He also noted that most often than not, the revised syllabi doesn't reach the rural areas, depriving these students of reaping maximum benefits of the free education.

When questioned if the current education system nurtures the creative competency in students he replied "the syllabus allows creative competency, it's embedded within the curriculum. However, the teaching methods are substandard and that's a drawback in developing creativity in students. There's also a lot of administrative mismanagement in national schools. It has become politicized and this has led to the degeneration of the system."

Mr. Sumanasekera believes that the problem lies with the teaching methods rather than the syllabus itself. He explained "teachers need to learn to contribute and do their part well. They need to learn to be a professional. Teachers must put to good use the material provided by the government and constantly upgrade themselves through teacher's guides in order to stay ahead of times and transfer knowledge effectively. I also think that the teacher's job becomes tougher when there are big classrooms to maintain. In order to have a classroom full of high achievers you must reduce the number of students, allowing the teacher to focus on each individual student's strengths and weaknesses.

He further explained the role that Principals and teachers have to play in order to ensure that the education system does not corrode. "Principals run schools, we are not educators we simply manage the operations of the school. The Principal plays a main role and therefore he has to be aware of everything under his administration. As the 'kingpin' of the school, his leadership and strength is important in driving the school forward. Teachers on the other hand play a vital role in educating the students and broadening their perspectives in life. Therefore a teacher should be dedicated to his or her profession. He or she has to have a vision and have professional ethics. A teacher should be able to understand a child's mentality."

Mr Sumanasekera meanwhile advocated the use of English language. "We need to understand the importance of English as a language of communication. There is a visible difference between a student who learns in the English medium and those who study English as a second language. Those who continue their primary and secondary education in English, often standout as individuals and become high achievers in the corporate world as well."

When asked about the contribution of private educators to Improve the Education system in Sri Lanka and the government's attitude towards the increasing demand for private education, he emphasized that "just as much as we advocate the concept of free education I think there should be the freedom to educate as well.

As of now the government is the sole proprietor of education, but I think they should provide us private educators the space and freedom to provide opportunities to provide affordable private education for the masses. The government should regulate private education and provide guidance but not prohibit the spread of private sector education."- Sabhnam Farook

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Killexams : A Sun Spots birthday card sampler

By Sun Journal

If I gathered all the thank-you letters I’ve received during my tenure, they would fill this whole section of the Sunday paper and then some. Here’s a sample of birthday notes. I’m so lucky!

Dear Sun Spots: Happy 50th birthday to Sun Spots, which has been an incredible blessing to so many people for all these years!

I’m not sure how many Ms. Sun Spots there have been, but I knew the first one personally. Regardless of the number, each one has touched her readers with her helpful, caring manner.

You go out of your way to dig out the answers to our many questions and have been a lifesaver to nonprofit organizations, helping them raise funds for their special needs. Danville Junction Grange is so indebted to you for all the help you have given us! You have also aided many individuals who have needed your help.

I honestly think, however, that the secret to the popularity of the Sun Spots column is YOU, Ms. Sun Spots. You have such a warm, caring, and down-to-earth manner that most people think of you as the friend next door. I love your personal comments! It’s obvious that you love people and really like your job.

I’m hoping that the Sun Spots column will continue for many years, and that you will continue to be at the helm for many of those, Ms. Sun Spots. HAPPY 50th BIRTHDAY, SUN SPOTS!

— Glenys, Auburn

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Dear Sun Spots: Your column is such a help for organizations like the Grange, local churches, and for individuals. It’s fun, folksy and always informative – information, recipes, lost and found — Sun Spots has it all. It’s a bright spot in the day and the first thing we turn to in the paper. Keep up the good work.

— Barbara, Poland

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Dear Sun Spots: I’ve read the Sun Spots column since we moved to Mechanic Falls in 1986. I always find interesting things in the articles published. My favorite column was when Ms. Sun Spots asked for money-saving ideas. The column was full of all kinds of ideas and it became a regular feature in the paper for quite a few months. With the rising inflation we are now experiencing, it might be something to consider bringing back!

Thank you, Mrs. Sunspots, for sharing my coffee with me throughout the years.

— Nancy, Mechanic Falls

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Dear Sun Spots: I wish you the best 50th birthday possible as you certainly deserve it. I can only wish you all the good things and happiness you have given all of us whom you have helped and cheered with your column.

I also want you to know you are the main reason I buy the Sun Journal since the world news and politics are at the bottom of my “inspirational” reading.

You helped me with my stamp collecting several years ago, assisted friends with finding copies of their old high school yearbooks, and have found answers and allowed us to extend thank-yous to all the great readers who step up to help.

I just can’t say enough good things. I don’t want my letter to be too long to be printed!

— Virginia, South Paris

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Dear Sun Spots: Your column is my first stop when reading the LSJ! Not just for your massive Rolodex, heartwarming stories of others paying for dinner/lunch and then paying it forward that restores feelings of kindness, but for your amazing forum to help find lost items.

I personally received my “Christmas Miracle” utilizing these services in 2019. While Christmas shopping, unbeknownst to me, the clasp on my necklace broke and I lost it, including a very sentimental charm.

After a sleepless night it came to me: Ms. Sun Spots! I wrote to you and you published my letter. Within days a reader returned my necklace and charm to the LSJ office. Getting that call was amazing! You provided info on the angel who found my necklace/charm. When I met the finder of the necklace and I gave her a gift of appreciation, she told me she knew it must be very special to someone. I am forever grateful to her, and of course, to Ms. Sun Spots!

— AnnMarie, South Paris

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Dear Sun Spots: You have helped so many of us and we appreciate you so much. One of those times was when our priest left his cane on the back of his car and it was lost. You came through even though we never did find it. We appreciated that you got the message out and people were looking. You are one of the first things I read with interest every morning in my epaper. For all that you share, we love ya!!!

— Karen, Hebron

Editor’s note: To those readers who wrote congratulatory letters that arrived after the deadline, those letters will be published in upcoming Sun Spots as they come in.


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Killexams : Biden administration to extend pause on student loan repayments

Student loan payment pause extended into 2023

Biden extends student loan payment pause amid legal challenges 01:37

The Biden administration is extending the pause on student loan payments until no later than June 30, 2023, as the administration's plan to forgive up to to $20,000 in loans is held up in court. President Biden announced the extension Tuesday in a video posted to the White House Twitter account. 

Student loan repayments were supposed to resume Jan. 1, 2023, for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. But a federal appeals court has blocked the president's student loan forgiveness program, and the administration has asked the Supreme Court to reinstate their stalled plans. For now, the fate of the program remains unclear, with millions of borrowers in limbo.

The White House announced in August that Mr. Biden would be taking executive action to forgive $10,000 in loans for Americans making under $125,000 a year or $250,000 for married couples. Pell grant receipents are eligible for additional $10,000 to be forgiven. 

"I'm confident that our student debt relief plan is legal," Mr. Biden tweeted. "But it's on hold because Republican officials want to block it. That's why @SecCardona is extending the payment pause to no later than June 30, 2023, giving the Supreme Court time to hear the case in its current term."

Payments would restart 60 days after the Supreme Court decision or on June 30, whichever comes first. The Supreme Court has not yet said whether they will take the case. 

Since the Biden administration announced the plan, it has faced a number of legal challenges, and has been blocked by two federal courts. The White House has said that nearly 26 million Americans have applied for the program, and 16 million applications have already been approved. 

— Kristin Brown contributed to this report 

Tue, 22 Nov 2022 06:56:00 -0600 en-US text/html https://www.cbsnews.com/news/student-loan-repayment-pause-biden-administration-extension/
Killexams : Sun Spots do’s and don’ts — a refresher

Sun Spots Land has some rules — not too many, just enough to keep organized so I don’t feel like I’m herding kittens with oven mitts.

• Include all the details. It’s better to have too much than too little. Never worry about your letter being “too long.” (I know how to edit.)

• Send in the announcement for your fundraising event at least two weeks ahead if possible. If you are just inviting people to come to your event, send it to our community news editors at [email protected] And you can get your event on our events calendar by going to our website and adding an event under the A&amp;E pulldown.

• If you are seeking monetary or in-kind donations for your nonprofit event, offering table rentals, need volunteers, or have other requests, those can be included in the column.

• Sun Spots will publish information about items you are looking for or want to provide away, but items for sale are not accepted. Contact our good people who handle classified ads at 784-5411 for that. It’s inexpensive to place an ad and they’ll make it easy for you.

• Complaints about companies, organizations, or the neighbors; issues with doctor bills or figuring out your taxes; the rudeness of a store clerk or a disagreement with your child’s teacher — all those kinds of things need to be worked out with the parties involved. Those Topics are not Sun Spots material.

• If you aren’t a member of a nonprofit and are looking for a particular item, you must offer compensation unless it’s something people would normally recycle.

• I cannot connect you to another reader except for extraordinary circumstances. I cannot honor requests to answer your questions confidentially either. When you write to Sun Spots, expect your letter to be published. If I’m not certain a letter is appropriate for Sun Spots, I consult with Sun Journal editors before making a final decision.

• All letters must have your name (I only use your first name) and have (preferably) a phone number or at least an email address. I won’t include your name if you ask me not to, but if you are giving away an item, your first name and phone number need to be printed in the column so people can reach you. It’s also helpful for other readers if you list the town you live in so they know how far away you are from them.


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Killexams : Anne Heche's son named administrator of her estate

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Anne Heche’s son has been granted control over her estate.

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The Donnie Brasco actress died in August following a car crash and since then, her 20-year-old offspring Homer Laffoon – whose father is her ex-husband Coleman Laffoon – and former partner James Tupper have been locked in a dispute over the control of her affairs.

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However, on Wednesday, Homer was named general administrator of his mother’s estate and granted permission to “take possession of all the personal property of the estate of the decedent and preserve it from damage, waste, and injury.

Judge Lee Bogdanoff dismissed claims from Tupper – who has 13-year-old son Atlas with the late star – that Homer is “not suitable” to run the estate because of his age, unemployment status and the fact he wasn’t in contact with his mother at the time of her death.

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The judge added: “I find no malfeasance by Mr. Laffoon.”

In addition, the judge also denied Tupper’s request for a hearing to investigate a claim that Heche’s $200,000 jewelry collection has gone missing.

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The judge did issue a caveat that Homer could be removed as administrator if any evidence of fraud or embezzlement surfaces related to the estate.

A future hearing has been scheduled to address an $800,000 bond on the estate previously requested by Homer because the judge noted the value of Heche’s estate is not yet set as she still has acting residuals incoming, as well as plans for the release of her second memoir in January.

As part of his new role, Homer is able to receive copies of his mother’s financial records, file tax returns on her behalf, and “commence and maintain or defend” suits and other legal proceedings.

Homer’s legal team welcomed the ruling.

  1. Anne Heche and her son Homer Laffoon at the launch of a new book

    Anne Heche’s son bids to ‘expand authority’ over late mom’s estate

  2. Anne Heche and James Tupper - HBO Emmy Awards After Party - Los Angeles - 2017 - AVALON

    Anne Heche’s ex James Tupper wants to be legal guardian of son Atlas

  3. Anne Heche and her son Homer Laffoon.

    Anne Heche’s son questions validity of will

“We believe the court reached the correct result this morning, both legally and equitably, and are glad to have this phase of the process behind us,” attorney Bryan Phipps told PEOPLE magazine.

“With Mr. Tupper’s allegations and objections now resolved, we are hopeful the administration of the Estate can proceed without unnecessary complication.”

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