The Recorded Session of NOUN 2022/1 semester Orientation is now available. To access the recorded session of the orientation, click on the link below and use the passcode.
NB: This is the same method you will use when accessing recorded sessions of course facilitation on eLearn.
Key takeaways from NOUN 2022/1 semester orientation
Compulsory GST courses are dependent on your Entry Level:
Direct Entry students are obligated to take only GST107 from 100 Level.
PGD students that graduated from other universities are obligated to take GST707.
Masters students that graduated from other universities are obligated to take GST807.
GST302 is compulsory for every students at 300Level. Marks awarded at 60% for presentation and 40% for exams.
NOUN first degree graduates aren’t obligated to offer GST707 or GST807.
The DEAGS launched a new portal that answers questions about GST courses, the link is https://deags.nou.edu.ng/
2022_1 TMA begins on 4th March, 2022 to be taken at https://elearn.nouedu2.net (GST portal), just like we predicted in this article.
GST105 is for students with arts and social science based programmes while GST203 is for science-based programmes. YOU’RE NOT TO REGISTER FOR BOTH even if they both appeared in your registration portal.
All complaints about TMA and https://elearn.nouedu2.net (GST portal) should be forwarded to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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I don’t understand this gst 107 obligatory thing,does it also apply to student that joined in in 2021 as direct entry students..?? I was told that all level one gst courses are compulsory for direct entey students
GSTs are compulsory courses, register and do all to avoid being delayed.