The Traditional VC Cup is an inter-departmental competition that holds annually in the school by bringing all departments in the University to compete for a trophy set aside by the Sports department. Each department brings out the best of its football players to compete and a single team (department) will emerge the winner at the end of the tournament. This years tournament had witnessed an intense struggle between the contestants as the teams that were not performing well before all camp back strong and were giving in their best. It has in participation 8 teams comprising of different departments (some combined due to lack of payers) and at the end, the winner was Computer Science Department, who claimed yet again their second trophy in their history of the competitions they played
The Nile Internal Relations & Political Science Association of Nile University of Nigeria had a picnic on Saturday 3rd November 2018 at the Nile University Staff Quarters.
The purpose of the picnic was for entertainment, while discussing and making plans for their conference which is scheduled to hold on the 28th of November 2018.
The discussion was to talk about pressing issues like the need to create an atmosphere which will foster students taking leadership roles such as actively participating in the youth revolution movement, not only foster the growth of Nile University of Nigeria but Nigeria at large.
The discussions included creating and establishing support from parents and professionals in order to build connections and reform student involvement inside and outside the university, for both the association and the school at large.
The Student Affairs Department of Nile University of Nigeria in collaboration with the Student Representative Council (SRC) organized the 2018 Freshers Week for its new and transfer students.
The activities for the Freshers Week included: Orientation Lecture, Picnic, School Tour, Sports Competition, Picnic/Video Games, Treasure Hunt, Movie Night, BBQ, Awards/Concert.
To make this session’s Freshers Week more interesting for the students, the theme of the weeks activities was Game of Thrones. As such, the students were divided into six houses, each with a house captain. These houses were:
House White Walkers.
The houses participated in various activities such as: Treasure Hunt, Tug of War, Basket Ball, Volleyball, Video Games, and much more. Points were awarded to successful houses, and at the end, the house with the highest point was declared the winner.
The Houses all did their best to get as much points as possible and at the end the winner emerged.
House Dothraki came first with 61 points
House White Walkers came second with 50 points
House Lannister scored 47 points
House Stark fourth scored 46 points
House Baratheon came fifth with 37 points and
House Targryen were left behind with only 30 points.
It was an exciting week for the new students and the aim was to welcome them in a way they will never forget.
Nile University of Nigeria in collaboration with Career Afrika organised a career workshop on the 3rd of November, 2018. This workshop was targeted at the final-year students; however, it was also open to other individuals who showed interest.
The workshop was themed: LAND ON YOUR DREAM JOB. It featured four trainers who spoke and enlightened the students on how to prepare for life after school. The CEO of ITEX FURNITURES, Mr. Tony Ezekiel, gave an inspirational speech on his success story in business, and necessary knowledge and skills needed to succeed in life. He emphasised on the area of entrepreneurship saying: Not everyone will get a white-collar job. Some of you have to go out there and start something. There is something that each one of us knows how to do and derives passion from. We should not belittle whatever we do and we should be patient while nurturing our businesses until they are successful.
Richard Knowdell, an American psychologist and the founder of Career Development Network, USA was another speaker who gave the students tips on how to cope in the world of work. He gave them tips on how to write their resume (CV) and also, what companies look out for in potential employees before hiring. One of the highlights of Dr. Knowdell’s session was a career test which he administered on all the students present. The test was administered in form of a card game. There were two of these tests: The Motivated Skills test and the Career Values test. The results of these card tests opened the eyes of the students to those skills, enjoyable activities and values inherent in them which could harness their success in various occupations.
It was an indeed an interesting, enlightening and motivational workshop.