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  1. The federal government has released a comprehensive schedule for various National Examinations for exit classes, spanning from 17th August to 18th November, 2020. Minister of State for Education, Hon Chukwuemeka Nwajuiba, made the announcement yesterday in Abuja after series of meetings with chief executives of examination bodies in the country. He said the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations, (SSCE) for SS3, conducted by NECO will start on the 5th of October and end on 18th of November, 2020 while the National Business and Technical Examination Board, (NABTEB) examinations will start on the 21st September and end by 15th October, 2020. Furthermore, the National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies, (NBAIS) examination will commence on Wednesday, 23rd September and end by 17th October, 2020. Federal government had earlier announced that the West African Examinations Council, (WAEC-SSCE) would start on the 17th of August, 2020. A statement by the Ministry’s Director, Press and Public Relations, Ben Bem Goong also revealed that the National Common Entrance Examination, (NCEE) which is a one-day NECO examination for intending applicants into Unity Colleges (JSS1) will run in-between the Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations i.e. on Saturday, 17th October, 2020. According to him, “The Basic Education Certificate Examinations, (BECE) for JSS 3 also conducted by NECO, will start on the 24th of August and end on the 7th of September, 2020.” Meanwhile, registration for the NECO (SSCE), which is on going, will end on the 10th of September, 2020 and there shall be no extension for the registration whatsoever. The Minister therefore, directed all examination bodies to release details of their examination timetables in the next seven days. For the one – day National Common Entrance Examination conducted by NECO, it is compulsory for parents and pupils to wear face masks on the exam date, while also carrying along with them, alcohol-based sanitizers. Present at the meeting which was chaired by the minister of State for Education, were the permanent secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Arc Sonny Echono, registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, (JAMB), Prof Is-haq Oloyede; registrar, National Examinations Council, (NECO), Prof Godswill Obioma; registrar, National Business and Technical Examination Board, (NABTEB) Prof Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe; National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies, (NBAIS) Dr. Raji as well as the acting registrar of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), Dr J.O. Oke.
  2. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB) has sent the guidelines, institution are to follow for the conduct of the 2020/2021 admission process. The JAMB Registrar, Ishaq Oloyede warned the heads of institution against ignoring the guidelines and decisions made at the 2020 policy meeting held on June 16th, 2020. According to JAMB, admission for first and second choice are to begin August 21st, 2020. He however, stated that the deadline will be determined by the Federal Ministry Of Education and communicated to all institution as the uncertainties of the COVID-19 makes it impossible to fix a specific deadline at this time. The Registrar, advised all heads of institutions and admission officers to carefully study and understand the content of the document with a view to implementing it fully for a smooth and transparent admission exercise, and he also added that all admission must be carried out in an honest manner. JAMB tasked the three higher education regulatory bodies, 1. The National Universities Commission (NUC) 2. The National Board For Technical Education (NBTE) 3. The National Commission For Colleges Of Education (NCCE) to collaborate with it to ensure full compliance with the guidelines. He stated that as usual, the admission exercise for the 2020/2021 Academic session would be conducted on the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS). The board reminded institutions and the public all forms of illegal and irregular admission has stopped as all admissions into Full time, Distance learning, Part time, and Sandwich must be processed only through jamb and he also added that no institution will be allowed to recommend or admit any candidate that scores below the cut off mark in their selected choice of institution. With the date of the admission exercise, there should be all possibilities of schools resuming soon and best of luck to all candidates that will be admitted.
  3. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has adjusted the dates of the completion of the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination, saying the exercise would end “in the early days of next week” as against Saturday, April 4, on the schedule. JAMB said the move was to address the public panic over the coronavirus scare whereby schools and other public places were shutting down across the country. The JAMB Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin, in a statement on Thursday, confirmed the new dates, saying a large proportion of the total 1.9million candidates who registered had been attended to and only few centres in Rivers and Bayelsa states had till next week to finish the examination. He said, “The board has not rescheduled its examination as being speculated. All examination will be finishing on Saturday with only few centres in Bayelsa and Rivers who will be writing in the early days of next week. “The board in its determined efforts to give the candidates the best has adjusted the schedules of the remaining candidates in these two states. We have also contacted the few candidates to reprint their slips. It’s not a general thing as it is being rumoured.” Source: PUNCH
  4. A few days after the bizarre report that a snake 'swallowed' about N36 million from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board's vault in Benue State, another state coordinator of the board in Nassarawa state has come up with a rather strange story to back an alleged fraud. This time, JAMB staffer, Labaran Tanko, said his car got burnt and in the process scratch cards worth N23 million were destroyed in the inferno. However, not impressed, as in the case of the Benue saga, the board, reacting through its registrar, dismissed Mr. Tanko's claims. The board said after a thorough investigation, it discovered that the cards which reportedly burnt alongside Mr. Tanko's car were used by students in Nassarawa state to register. It said this was easy to discover through simple checks done by its officials. Mr. Tanko, who made this confession at a session where suspects of fraud and criminality were interrogated by top officials of the board, including Registrar Ishaq Oloyede, however, stood by his claim. "I thank God that I am alive today," Mr. Tanko told the panel. "I had an accident on July 3rd, 2016. I was not the one that packed the cards because I was rushed to the hospital, and they came to pack the burnt scratch cards to the office but it could not be counted. I have the serial numbers of the cards." Until Mr. Oloyede's took over as registrar, JAMB candidates usually purchased scratch cards from JAMB state offices and other designated centers to gain access to the board's website for either registration or to check their admission status. However, new reforms introduced by Mr. Oloyede, when he assumed office in 2016, ended the use of scratch cards, replacing it with a more efficient and effective platform. - Premium Times
  5. The Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB, has commenced the 2018 registration in over 700 centres across the 36 states of the federation including FCT. The board said the registration exercise will end in February 2018. Fabian Benjamin, the spokesperson of JAMB, said this in a statement on Thursday evening, noting that candidates are advised to register on time before the available spaces in their towns of choice are exhausted . “Candidates are advised to register within this time frame as the Board will not extend the registration period,” Mr Fabian said. The Board said it would not post candidates to any examination town other than the ones chosen by the candidates at the point of registration. The registration started on Wednesday. “The exercise from our tour of centres today clearly showed that this is one of the best registration regime of the Board in recent time. It is easy, smooth and hitch free,” the board said. JAMB said the registration system is simple and convenient, and urged candidates to do it themselves to avoid being defrauded by anybody. The board said candidates can purchase the e-pins using their ATM or through Interswitch, Remita and other online platforms. The board said the platforms for the optional mock examination will be withdrawn by December 30 and only those who registered and indicated their interest on or before that time will be enlisted to participate. The board said the registration fee is N5,000 while an additional N500 will be paid to obtain a compulsory reading text “IN DEPENDENCE” for UTME candidates and “The Last Days at Forcados High School” for direct entry candidates.
  6. The list of approved JAMB CBT Centres for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) registration have been released. At the moment, we cannot say for sure if all of the centres listed will be used for the exams. Iist of centres can be downloaded .. Click Here However, the exact exam centre for each candidate will be indicated on the original registration slip or the re-printed slip. Please note that the 2018 UTME registration has not officially commenced. This is just to help you know the closest CBT centre where you can process your UTME Registration when it finally begins.
  7. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the sales of the 2018 UTME/DE registration form. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria for academic session beginning in 2018. Sale/Registration Period The period of sale/registration for all candidates (UTME/DE) including those from Foreign Countries is from 6th December, 2017 to 6th February, 2018. General Entry Requirements The general entry requirements for admission into the First Degree, National Diploma (ND), National Innovation Diploma (NID) and Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) programmes in Universities, other Degree-Awarding Institutions, Monotechnics, Polytechnics, Innovation Enterprise Institutions and Colleges of Education are five (5) O’Level Credit passes including Mathematics and English. Details are available in the online Brochure. A copy would be given to each Candidate at the accredited CBT centres and JAMB State-Offices. Direct Entry Candidates with one of the following qualifications may be considered for admission by Direct Entry: A minimum of O’Level credit pass in five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings with at least two prescribed subjects (for each discipline) at Principal or Advanced No subject shall be counted twice at both Ordinary and Advanced Level Two passes (in prescribed subjects for each discipline) at the Advanced-Level Examination of IJMB, Cambridge, JUPEB or Institute of Baccalaureate with SSCE/GCE, NTS/NBC credits equivalents in three other subjects Passes in two major subjects in the NCE with S.C.E., NTC/NBC credits or equivalents in THREE other subjects (mainly for Education Courses) and ND. For Education courses, Education may be accepted as a third A’ Level subject Minimum of lower credit grade in National Diploma or National Innovation Diploma and the O’Level requirements DE CANDIDATES WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THEIR JAMB REGISTRATION NUMBERS WITH WHICH THEY GAINED ADMISSION TO NCE/NID/DIPLOMA AND PREVIOUS DEGREE PROGRAMMES. QUALIFICATIONS AWARDED BY EXAMINATION BODIES (IJMB, CAMBRIDGE, WAEC, JUPEB, etc) APPROVED BY NIGERIA SHALL NOT REQUIRE ANY PRIOR JAMB NUMBER. Order Of Choice Of Institutions Every candidate is to note that the 1st choice can be a College of Education, University, Innovation Enterprise Institution, Polytechnic/Monotechnic, Nigerian Defence Academy or the Police Academy Steps For 2018 Registration PROFILE REGISTRATION One Cell (mobile) number can be used by one candidate The Cell phone number used for the text message is automatically tied to the Candidate’s name and will be used in all communications related to his/her 2018 Application/Examination Candidate sends his/her name [Surname First-Name Middle-Name (if any)] by text (SMS) to This should be maximum of 38 characters + 2 spaces between names = 40 characters in all to 55019 e.g Tinubu Adamu Odumegwu (Surname and first name are mandatory) A Profile Code of 10 characters is received by the candidate on the same telephone number SELF HELP IN CASE OF MISTAKE/LOSS OF PROFILE CODE To correct a mistake in candidate’s name, send the [CORRECT Surname First-Name Middle-Name] to 55019 as a text message from the same mobile number To retrieve a lost Profile Code, send [RESEND] to 55019 as text message from the same mobile number JAMB ePIN SELLING POINTS The ePIN outlets are: NIPOST and eleven Participating Banks (ACCESS, ECOBANK, FIRSTBANK, FCMB, FIDELITY, JAIZ, SKYE, STERLING, UNION, UNITY and ZENITH) Four Mobile Money Operators: Paga, e-Tranzact (PocketMoni), TEASYPay and Packway Projects (Readycash) Two participating Micro Finance Banks: FUD MFB (Dutse) and Regent MFB (Abuja) Two online Payment Platforms: SystemSpecs (Remita) and InterSwitch (Quickteller) POS (Citi-Serve) ATMs of banks listed in 5C (I) (InterSwitch Channel) Select Bill Payment and then pick JAMB Enter Profile Code and pay ePIN is then delivered to the candidate’s unique telephone number ONLINE PAYMENT ON JAMB PORTAL Visit JAMB website: jamb.gov.ng Click Purchase of 2018 Application Document Enter your Profile Code Select payment method (InterSwitch or Remita) Make payment ePIN is then delivered to the candidate’s unique telephone number PAYMENTS USING USSD (NIBSS/ERCAS) Dial *565*6*55019# Enter Profile Code Select bank and follow the prompts to complete payment ePIN is then delivered to the candidate’s unique telephone number Procedure for the eight foreign centres only is as follows: Registration fee for candidates from the eight foreign countries is $20 or its equivalent in each of the eight countries Candidates from the eight foreign countries are to download the Application from the Board’s website (www.jamb.gov.ng) complete and submit it with the fee at the eight designated centres as indicated on the website HOW TO RECOVER LOST ePIN AFTER PAYMENT I. If ePIN is not Received or Lost, send [UTMEPIN] or [DEPIN] to 55019 for UTME or DE respectively from the unique number ii. The ePIN would then be retrieved and delivered on the candidate’s unique number AFTER SUCCESSFUL PAYMENT AND OBTAINING ePIN, CANDIDATE SHOULD PROCEED TO ANY OF THE JAMB ACCREDITED CBT CENTRES TO COMPLETE HIS/HER REGISTRATION Registration Centres I. In line with the Board’s regulated registration exercise, only the accredited Computer Based Test Centres and JAMB Offices will be allowed to register candidates ii. Each candidate should visit any accredited CBT centre with his/her personal details, the profile and evidence of payment Registration Process At CBT Centres: The candidate presents the ePIN at any JAMB accredited CBT Centre for completion of registration. The name of the candidate as typed by the candidate on his/her phone when registering the profile comes up automatically on the input of the e-PIN by the CBT centre Candidates are to: i. Pay NOT more than N700 as Service Charge to the CBT Centre ii. Provide Biodata including Date of Birth, Nationality, State of Origin, Local Government, Gender, e-mail address, among others iii. Provide choice of institutions and programmes (disciplines) iv. Provide qualification with grades and dates, if not awaiting result v. Upload relevant certificates, if not awaiting result vi. O/L and or A/L grades are to be provided by candidates. Candidates who are awaiting results should supply the results online as soon as they are available on JAMB’s portal. No recommendations from any Institution will be considered by JAMB if the candidate has not supplied his/her result on the portal of JAMB vii. Supply JAMB registration number for previous institutional certificates for DE only viii. Provide UTME subjects and choice of examination town(s) for (a) Mock examination (optional) (b) Examination for UTME (actual examination) ix. Do picture capture (no scanning of passport photograph) x. Do Biometric enrolment (ten fingers) xi. Review entries and confirm correctness xii. Print Registration Slip USING BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION xiii. Collect, at no other cost, the reading text and CD xiv. Each Candidate is to collect his/her e-slip at the end of registration as evidence of registration xv. There will be no offline registration, as all the accredited CBT centres have been empowered for real time online registration. No candidate should register at any centre other than the accredited CBT centre and JAMB State-Offices. Any candidate who is registered outside approved centres will be identified and disqualified Dates And Venue For 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination The 2018 CBT EXAMINATION will commence on Friday 9th March and end on 17th March, 2018. The venue of the examination will be at any centre in the candidate’s chosen examination town(s) JAMB DOES NOT POST ANY CANDIDATE TO ANY EXAMINATION TOWN (OR GROUP OF TOWNS) OTHER THAN THE ONE CHOSEN BY THE CANDIDATE AT THE POINT OF REGISTRATION. CANDIDATES ARE, HOWEVER, ADVISED TO REGISTER ON TIME BEFORE THE AVAILABLE SPACES IN THEIR TOWN OF CHOICE OR GROUP OF TOWNS ARE EXHAUSTED AND THEREFORE NO LONGER AVAILABLE Registration Fee /Procurement of Registration ePINS Registration Fee is Five Thousand (N5,000) Naira Only. Additional Five Hundred (N500) Naira Only is paid to obtain the reading text “IN DEPENDENCE” for UTME Candidates and “The Last Days at Forcados High School” for DE Candidates and $20 for Candidates from the eight foreign centres A CD containing JAMB eSyllabus, eBrochure and other vital materials is also given free Candidates should note that ePINS purchased are tied to individual profile and are not transferable Candidates are advised to keep as private and confidential their security details such as registration numbers, password/numbers of ATM Cards, email addresses and ePINs Optional Mock Examination As was done last year, the Board will also conduct a mock examination in all the accredited CBT centres to prepare and familiarise INTERESTED Candidates with the CBT environment. Interested candidates are advised to indicate their interest in the mock examination during registration provided it is on or before 31st December, 2017 The MOCK examination shall commence from Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th January, 2018. The CBT Centres are allowed to collect, through their bank accounts, a separate Seven Hundred Naira (₦700) only, for this exercise from only interested candidate after notification of centre has been received by the candidate. The payment for mock examination by the candidate shall be made to the centre to which the candidate is assigned after the notification of assigned centres for the mock examination. No Association or body is permitted to run any mock examination on behalf of JAMB. DO NOT PAY FOR MOCK UNTIL JAMB ASSIGNS YOU TO A CBT CENTRE. NO ONE SHOULD PATRONISE FRAUDSTERS, MANY OF WHOM ARE NOW IN CUSTODY FOR DEFRAUDING PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES. ONLY JAMB ACCREDITED CBT CENTRES CAN DO VALID REGISTRATION AND SERVE AS EXAMINATION CENTRES GENERAL INFORMATION All candidates must mandatorily register their profiles through text messages as illustrated above before proceeding to buy the ePIN The registration fee is non-refundable As it is the practice, centres are allowed to charge not more than Seven Hundred Naira (₦700) only as registration fee. Any centre that charges more than Seven Hundred Naira (₦700) should be reported to JAMB for appropriate sanctions All CBT centres have been mandated to select any of the participating banks, MMOs, MFBs, etc. These financial institutions are to be present at the CBT centres for the purpose of collecting all fees. No CBT centre staff is allowed to conduct direct cash transaction with the candidates Candidates are advised to read and understand the guidelines on admission and instructions on how to complete the online registration before commencing the process of registration Multiple registrations are not allowed. Candidates who register more than once will be identified and disqualified Candidates should note that they are required to be present and take live photograph which will be embossed on their result slips and admission letters. No scanned/stapled passport photograph is allowed Candidates are to note that irrespective of their choice of course of study, they will also be tested on a general text: “In Dependence” by Sarah Ladipo Manyika for UTME and “The Last Days at Forcados High School” by A.H. Mohammed for Direct Entry Candidates Candidates/Officials would not be allowed to enter into the examination centre with wristwatch, Phone, electronic device, or any pen/biro. Only common pencil is allowed Candidates are warned that the Board does not require nor authorise the services of ANY cyber cafe or establishment other than the accredited CBT centres for this exercise.

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