University of Ibadan Senior Staff Jobs for Pharmacists – Nigeria – Zimbio

University of Ibadan Senior Staff Jobs for Pharmacists

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Job Title: PharmacistCadre: Senior Staff PositionLocations: Ibadan, NigeriaOrganisation/Advertiser: University of Ibadan (UI)Sector: EducationAdvert Type: Internal and External Advertisement (Non-Academic)Conditions of Service: As obtainable in similar positions in the Federal Universities in Nigeria.Requirement(s): Candidate must possess a degree in Pharmacy registerable with the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria plus at least 3 years post-qualification experience.Salary: CONTISS 09(N777,984.00)Method of Application:Candidates should forward applications and detailed Curriculum Vitae (15 copies) stating, Date of Birth, MaritalStatus, State and LGA, Full Qualification(s), Experience, Names and Addresses of (3) three Referees and two (2)Photostat copies each of their certificates to reach the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan. Applicants are requested to inform their Referees to send Confidential Reports on them direct to the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan, from whom further details may be obtained.Applicants should indicate very clearly in their applications, and request their Referees to do same

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University of Ibadan Senior Staff Jobs for Technologists

Job Title: Technologist II
Cadre: Senior Staff Position
Locations: Ibadan, Nigeria
Organisation/Advertiser: University of Ibadan (UI)
Sector: Education
Advert Type: Internal and External Advertisement (Non-Academic)
Conditions of Service: As obtainable in similar positions in the Federal Universities in Nigeria.

1. Technologist II (Molecular Biology) – Department of Zoology

Requirement(s): Candidate must possess AIST/HND/NIST Certificates, with Techniques in Biology/Chemistry/Biochemistry.Previous working experience at the tertiary level will be an advantage.

Salary: CONTISS 07 (N579,391.00)

2. Technologist II – Department of Teacher Education

Requirement(s): Candidate must possess Associateship of the Institute of Science Technology

Salary: CONTISS 07 (N579,391.00)

Method of Application:

Candidates should forward applications and detailed Curriculum Vitae (15 copies) stating, Date of Birth, MaritalStatus, State and LGA, Full Qualification(s), Experience, Names and Addresses of (3) three Referees and two (2)Photostat copies each of their certificates to reach the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan.

Applicants are requested to inform their Referees to send Confidential Reports on them direct to the Deputy Registrar (Establishments), University of Ibadan, from whom further details may be obtained.

Applicants should indicate very clearly in their applications, and request their Referees to do same, the position applied for and the relevant department

Only the applications of shortlisted candidates will be acknowledged.

Deadline: November 17, 2011

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bella Naija blog on fashion

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Nigerian Law on Patenting

http://www.nigeria-law.org/Patents%20and%20Designs%20Act.htm

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Information on the filing of Patents, Designs and trademarks in Nigeria

PATENT REGISTRATIONS
Nigeria is a member of the International Convention and the PCT (since 8 May 2005).
The requirements for filing a non-PCT application in Nigeria are as follows:
(a) Power of Attorney – no legalisation or notarisation necessary;
(b) Assignment of Invention – no legalisation or notarisation necessary;
(c) Specification, claims, drawings, and abstract in English; and
(d) Certified copy of priority application and, if necessary, a certified translation into English thereof.
Please note that the documents listed under item (c) are required on the day of filing. Items (a), (b) and (d) can be lodged subsequent to the filing date.

The requirements for filing a PCT application in Nigeria are as follows:
(i) Power of Attorney – no legalisation or notarisation necessary;
(ii) Assignment of Invention – no legalisation or notarisation necessary;
(iii) Specification, claims, drawings, and abstract in English; and
(iv) Copy of PCT International publication.
Please note that the documents listed under item (iv) are required on the day of filing. Items (i), (ii) and (iii) can be lodged subsequent to the filing date.

Our cost estimate for filing a patent application in Nigeria is between about US$ 2500.00 and US$ 2700.00

DESIGN REGISTRATIONS
Design protection is obtainable via a national filing. Nigeria is a member of the International Convention.
The requirements for filing an application in Nigeria are as follows:
(a) Declaration and Power of Attorney – no legalisation or notarisation necessary;
(b) 6 sets of formal drawings;
(c) Assignment of Design; and
(d) Priority document with verified English translation thereof.
Please note that the documents listed under item (b) are required on the day of filing. Items (a), (c) and (d) can be
lodged subsequent to the filing date.
Our cost estimate for filing a design application in Nigeria is between about US$ 2300.00 and US$ 2500.00.

TRADEMARK REGISTRATIONS
1. Filing requirements
1.1 Full name, street address and description of the applicant (including trading style, if any, and state/country of incorporation, if incorporated).
1.2 List of goods and/or services.
1.3 A simply signed power of attorney.
1.4 15 prints of the mark.
2. Classification
2.1 The International classification of goods and service classes 1 – 43 are followed.
2.2 One application must be filed for each class.
3. General
3.1 Duration : 7 years from filing date and renewal for further periods of 14 years
3.2 Use : If not used for a continuous period of 5 years, a mark may be removed from register.
3.3 Licenses : Permitted.
3.4 Assignments of applications are permitted.
4. Costs
4.1a Application: First trade mark/class $1420.00, additional marks filed simultaneously $1310.00 each.
4.1b Registration fees: $400.00 per mark
4.2 Assignment : First trade mark/class $920.00, additional trade marks/classes filed simultaneously $450.00 each.
4.3 Preparation of documents : $130.00.
4.4 Recordal of change of name or address : First trade mark/class $440.00, additional trade marks/classes filed simultaneously $310.00 each.
4.5 Licenses : First trade mark $1010.00, additional trade marks/classes filed simultaneously $460.00 each.
4.6 Renewal : First class $900.00, additional classes renewed simultaneously $760.00 each.
4.7 Search: From $390.00 per mark, per class.

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Nigerian Public Holiday Act

http://www.nigeria-law.org/Public%20Holidays%20Act.htm

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ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, ON THE OCCASION OF NIGERIA’S 51STINDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE NATION

by Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday, 01 October 2011 at 07:12

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY PRESIDENT GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, ON THE OCCASION OF NIGERIA’S 51STINDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY

1ST OCTOBER 2011
Fellow Compatriots,
1. On this day 51 years ago, the British Union Jack was lowered and replaced by our national Green-White-Green flag, heralding the independence of our nation. The 1st of October remains a special day for us, for Africa, and indeed the world.
2. As we celebrate today, we remember with pride, the nationalism and patriotism that inspired our founding fathers and the Nigerian people. They set aside their differences, to secure the unity and independence of our great country. 
3. That is the Nigerian spirit! For the Nigerian spirit cannot be broken. We are a resilient nation, determined to chart a course, through the turbulent waters of nation building. The Nigerian spirit is vibrant today in the world.
4. Our citizens at home and abroad, are making their mark in all fields of human endeavour. These hard-working and committed Nigerians, remain a source of pride to us and a beacon of what is achievable, if we remain focused and determined. 
5. I know that a great number of you are joining hands with me and the Administration, in the great task ahead. 
6. I value all Nigerians. I see our youth who are looking for jobs and yet remain hopeful. I see the farmer, and fisherman, toiling everyday to earn a living. I see the teacher, working hard, to train our future generations, with much sacrifice. I see the market women whose entrepreneurial spirit helps to generate income for their children and families. I see our sportsmen and women training hard to bring glory to our nation.  I see our resilience and commitment, as a nation, to defend our democracy and secure our future. 
7. I see every single profession and vocation, making positive contributions to national progress. I value you all!
8. Together, we shall work for a Nigeria in which democracy and the rule of law are sacrosanct. 
A country where corruption and its attendant vices, are banished. A country where human life is sacred and respected, and where the rights of the individual are protected.
9. Nigeria is a young entity in the comity of nations and yet in her 51 years, she has made significant strides in making her presence felt all over the world. Our diplomatic and peacekeeping efforts, in various parts of the continent, have helped to end conflict and avert crises. In sustaining global security, our intervention has been crucial to peace, progress and democracy for the citizens of the affected countries.  
10. The journey to nationhood always has its own challenges. Nigeria has had her own share. Our growing pains as a nation have included the civil war, the June 12 election crisis and restlessness in the Niger Delta. But Nigeria has always overcome each of these challenges. We overcame before. We will overcome yet again.
11. Today, as a nation, there is much for us to celebrate. We celebrate our diversity. We celebrate our entrepreneurial spirit. 
12. We celebrate our resilience and ability to turn adversity into hope. We celebrate our culture. For the labours of our heroes past, shall never be in vain.
13. As your President, let me reassure all Nigerians that I remain resolutely committed to the ideals and dreams of our founding fathers. Let me also reassure Nigerians that I will strongly defend the peace and stability of our nation.
14. My administration will spare no effort in fighting crime, building peace, and securing our homeland against internal threats and infiltration by violent groups, from outside our borders. 
15. We condemn all acts of violence and declare that such acts of mindless savagery shall not be allowed to define our country. We will not be deterred. Our resolve is strong. 
16. I have put in place a new and reinvigorated national security strategy, to combat the threat to our safety. Yet, no matter what I do as your President and no matter what we do as your elected leaders, at all levels, the peace and security of our nation rest also on our collective efforts as citizens, in our various communities. 
17. All leaders and citizens, in every community, must therefore make peace the number one priority of their daily routine.  This is because, without peace, no community can realize its objectives or achieve a happy and productive life for its members. 
18. The current incidents of violence and terror, in parts of the country, will surely be overcome. We will secure the safety of our citizens for only when we do this, will we be able to build the needed peace and tranquility in all parts of the federation.
19. Securing our peace and stability will ensure economic growth and prosperity for all.  
20. Since I assumed office, as the President of our great country, I have continued to focus my attention on the economy.  I have taken several measures to address structural weaknesses which stand between us and economic growth and prosperity for all.
21. We are growing our economy, to generate employment opportunities for our teeming youth and enhanced prosperity for every citizen. This remains the main focus of my administration. 
22. In a few days time, I shall launch an innovative competition for our young entrepreneurs to come up with ways to expand their businesses, create more jobs, and sharpen their business skills.
23. Now, it is very clear that without fundamental reforms in the key sectors of our economy, we will not be able to fully unlock our potential as a nation. We must manage our resources more prudently and efficiently. We must provide stable electricity to our citizens to help drive economic activity. 
24. I call on our political leaders to put aside partisan politics, for united action towards the advancement of our nation. We must build together.
25. Because of the measures we have taken on the economy, our GDP is today one of the fastest growing in Africa.  We are currently growing the economy at 7.8%. We expect to sustain an 8% growth rate and a better GDP in the medium term, on our journey towards realizing our Vision 20:2020 goal. 
We shall strive to make this growth, job creating and inclusive.
26. Growth in agriculture and other non-oil sectors are crucial, to help diversify the economy and to generate much needed jobs. Agriculture remains one of the highest priorities in my government’s Agenda for National Transformation. We have set out clear, agricultural, transformation action plans and policy measures, to achieve self-sufficiency in the production of rice, cassava, maize, sorghum and other staple foods. 
27. Self-sufficiency in rice alone will save us the 356 Billion Naira that we currently spend annually importing rice. We will revamp the way we distribute fertilizers, taking government out of distribution of fertilizers. 
28. We plan to reach 20 million farmers with private-sector distributed fertilizers over the next four years. We will improve the investment environment and incentives for the private sector across the agricultural value chains. Our agricultural transformation plan will generate 3.5 million jobs and an additional 20 million metric tons of food.
29. But we must all show pride in our farmers. We should eat what we produce. The increasing popularity of local products, like ‘Ofada Rice’, ‘Badegi rice’, and ‘Abakaliki Rice’, attest to the fact, that the populace will readily embrace locally grown produce. 
30. We must also take pride in our scientists. This week, Nigeria released 8 new high yielding cocoa varieties. This will help to transform cocoa production, across the 14 cocoa producing states in the nation. 
31. We have put in place implementable programmes to transform our Nation from an importer of petroleum products, to the regional  hub for exportation of value-added petroleum and petrochemical products. We are revamping existing refineries and building three new ones. 
32. We are effectively supporting the private-sector led construction of world scale petrochemical and fertilizer plants. This will for the first time in our history, result in effective monetization of our abundant natural gas resources while at the same time, creating over a million jobs.
33. Our potential is huge. 
We have the requisite market volume.
We have a youthful, energetic, and hardworking population.
The structural and managerial bottlenecks, that have obstructed our economic growth, are being addressed, to unleash the energy and potentials of this nation. 
To achieve this, I am determined to ensure that Nigerians have reliable electricity. Our economy will grow faster, and our hard working small businesses will thrive, when we finally fix the power challenges we face. We are fast tracking power reforms, to improve the generation and distribution of electricity. 
34. Already, we are beginning to do things differently. I believe that integrity, honour, patriotism, selfless service and fear of God, must be the hallmarks of leadership at all levels. 
35. A nation is sustained by its institutions and systems. I have taken strong measures to improve on governance.  It is in this regard, that I signed into law, the Freedom of Information Act. I will further strengthen all institutions, to ensure greater transparency, probity, and accountability at all levels. 
36. Last year, I promised to restore confidence in our electoral system and pledged to deliver free and fair elections. To achieve that, we initiated some electoral reforms and strengthened INEC and other related agencies.
37. As a result, our April 2011 general elections was adjudged by Nigerians and the international community as the most transparent and credible elections, ever conducted in our country. Indeed, post-election petitions reduced by over 50%. 
38. Let me assure all Nigerians of my resolve to lead our nation into a safer, more peaceful, and prosperous future for our children. 
39. For the time has come, to rise above ethnic and religious divisions;
The time has come, to unite against violence, in all its ramifications;
The time has come, to secure our peace, and unite against suffering, and deprivation;
40. I see a new Nigeria rising. A Nigeria, that is economically strong. A Nigeria, that takes its rightful place of leadership in the world. A Nigeria, that uses its diversity to reinforce its strength. A Nigeria, we all can be proud of.
41. This is the Nigeria we need and this is the Nigeria, we all must build.
42. As we celebrate today, let us resolve to build the Nigeria of our future. 
43. I thank you. 
God bless you all.
And God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Historical Facts

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Unethical Business Deals

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Parenting Etiquette

(“Everyday Manners” by Emily Post):

[P]arents must never disagree before the children. It simply can’t be! Nor can there be an appeal to one parent against the other by a child.
“Father told me to jump down the well!”
“Then you must do it, dear,” is the mother’s only possible comment. When the child has “jumped down the well,” she may pull him out promptly, and she may in private tell her husband what she thinks about his issuing such orders and stand her own ground against them; but so long as parents are living under the same roof, that roof must shelter unity of opinion, so far as any witnesses are concerned.

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