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FUGASHUA 2014/2015 Supplementary IJMB Admission List

Federal University, Gashua FUGASHUA IJMB supplementary admission list for the 2014/2015 academic session has been released. The admission list is on the school website has also been reproduced here. Candidates that applied for the university IJMB programme but are yet to be offered admission are hereby implored to check this just released admission list.

The management of Federal University, Gashua has approved the release of the names of candidates that have made the supplementray IJMB admission list for the 2014/2015 academic session. Applicants whose names were not included in the first FUGASHUA IJMB admission list 2014/15 should check the list below for their names.

FUGASHUA 2014/2015 Supplementary IJMB Admission List

FUGASHUA Supplementary IJMB Admission List 2014/2015

FUGASHUA Supplementary IJMB Admission List 2014/2015

FUGASHUA Supplementary IJMB Admission List 2014/2015

The list above is as released by the management and signed by the University Registrar, Alhaji Sule Dauda.

FuGashua IJMB admission list for the 2014/2015 academic session is now out on the school admission portal. Candidates that applied to be admitted into the Federal University, Gashua IJMB programme are hereby informed to check their names on the list.

FUGASHUA 2014/2015 First IJMB Admission List

How To Check Fugashua IJMB Admission List 2014/2015

Download the admission list in pd format from the link below:

FUGASHUA 2014/2015 First IJMB Admission List



Federal University, Gashua is located in Bade Local Government Area of Yobe State. Yobe State was carved out of the Old Borno State and made a State on 27th August, 1991, by the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida Military Administration. The literacy level of the State is too low compared to other States, especially those in the southern part of the country. Access to basic, secondary and tertiary education is impeded by a number of factors. It is this imperfection that motivated the Federal Government to establish a Federal University in Yobe State. The benefits derivable from the unfettered access to University education by communities of a rural State like Yobe needs not be emphasized. The foresight of the Federal Government in bringing tertiary education to doorstep of the people of Yobe is indeed salutary.

Subsistence Farming is the main occupation of the vast majority of the people with main agricultural products being wheat, maize, sorghum, millet, rice, onions, groundnut, beans, cotton, sesame, tomatoes and gum Arabic. Potiskum town is noted as one of the largest cattle market in Nigeria, while Gashua is well-known for its fishery. Agricultural production is, however, not large-scale nor is it mechanized.

Yobe State has a number of proven reserves of minerals. Millions of tons of gypsum, trona, kaoline, limestone, diatomite and episonte are known to exist, unexplored and unexploited. In fact, the southern part of the State lies in a belt that envisaged to have coal, oil and gas.
The University is set to help fast track the process of unlocking these potentials as well as impact positively on the people and Nigerians in general. Already the University has, in line with Government’s policy thrust and cognizant of the local economic activities and peculiarities of the host environment, adopted its expected programme focus viz: agriculture, desert studies, irrigation studies and environmental management.


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