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JAMB DONT POST CANDIDATES TO INSTITUTIONS

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB  dont post candidates to institutions, has said; that the demonstration setting up the Board prohibits it from singularly allocating possibility to tertiary organizations as it isn’t just illicit to do as ;such yet it is equivalent to usurping the privileges of the contender to pick which foundation and program they need to take on.

JAMB DONT POST CANDIDATES

 

This was; made known by ;the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede during; a visit by certain owners of Innovative Enterprise Institutes (IEIs) who mentioned the Registrar to present up-and-comers on their organizations attributable to a lack of applicants and low membership to IEIs.

The owners,  Jamb  dont post candidates to institutions who composed through the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to see the Registrar, were; at the Headquarters of the Board, Bwari, to hold converses with the Registrar on issues verging on confirmation timetable, cutoff stamps and making National Innovative Diploma (NID) as capabilities for Direct Entry (DE), among different issues.

The Registrar, Jamb dont post candidates to institutions while; reacting to their rundown of requests, advised them; that the choice on the succession and lead of the 2019/2020 Admission was;settled at the Policy Meeting with numerous IEIs in participation where they; decided on an a lot later period to direct their confirmation.

Prof. Oloyede clarified that it was; conceivable to lead all confirmations at the same time with the rich highlights and usefulness of the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) however; he reminded the IEIs that they had picked to hold up till different levels would have finished their affirmations before; they would begin their own activity.

The Registrar included that colleges and other; strata of establishments were; allowed the chance to start their confirmation procedure after the arrival of WAEC/NECO results, thus; the beginning of all affirmations in August.

On the issue of selling the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) application reports while the IEIs confirmation was; progressing, the Registrar reminded the appointment that the course of action was; to address their quirks.

He expressed that the training before he went ahead board was; for the application records to be sold in November yet he halted that and had moved the deal to January to permit the IEIs and different establishments finish up their affirmations.

Prof. Oloyede included that the beginning of the offer of utilization reports was; just to launch the courses of action for the 2020 UTME. He stated, keeping that in mind, preliminary gatherings with; assessment bodies to blend their assessment timetables to forestall conflicts had been; held. He included that the WAEC begins 6 April 2020, trailed by NECO and NABTEB implying that JAMB must direct its UTME before 6 April, 2020.

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