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JAMB UTME 2023 Registration starts on Jan. 14 and Exams hold on April 29
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said that 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) registration will run between January 14 to February 14, 2023, and the examinations will start April 29, 2023, and end on May 12, 2023, in our latest JAMB News blog post of today, December 22, 2022.
According to the latest JAMB news report, Fabian Benjamin, the JAMB spokesperson, confirmed this after a management meeting held on Tuesday.
The board said the Direct Entry (DE) registration would commence on February 20 and end on April 20, 2023.
JAMB also fixed March 16 for the conduct of its optional mock UTME.
The JAMB News was captioned: UTME 2023: JAMB fixes Jan 14 for registration as exam holds April 29
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Senate threatens to arrest Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance over unremitted N113m for JAMB staff
The Senate has threatened to arrest the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance over unremitted N113m for JAMB staff after JAMB Director of Finance and Accounts, Mohammed Bello claimed that the N113 million was not released to them contrary to what was stated in the records of the Accountant General, in one of our latest JAMB News blog post of today.
According to the latest JAMB News report, The Public Accounts Committee of the 9th Senate, Senator Urhoghide, on Tuesday, has given the permanent secretary an ultimatum to appear before the committee for necessary clarification and threatened that the committee would issue warrant of arrest if the permanent secretary failed to appear before the committee on Thursday.
The JAMB News was captioned: Senate threatens to arrest Finance Ministry Perm Sec over missing N113m for JAMB staff
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JAMB Gives Reasons for Not Extending the Validation of UTME Results for 2 or 3 Years
Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Is-haq Oloyede, has stated the reasons why the validity of the result of the Unified Tertiary Examination (UTME) conducted by the board cannot be extended to two or three years as being canvassed by people in some quarters, in one of our latest JAMB News blog post of today.
According to the JAMB News report, the JAMB Registrar claimed that the board is an examination body which admits candidates in conjunction with tertiary institutions without examination.
The JAMB Boss also cited that there is the Direct Entry admission option through which candidates gain admissions through JAMB without taking any placement examination and the multiple admissions given to candidates by different institutions also portends as one of the reasons for the establishment of JAMB.
The JAMB News report was captioned: Why Validity of UTME Result Cannot Be Extended — JAMB Registrar
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University Admission: Subsidise Nigerian University Students’ Tuition Fees Now – JAMB Boss urges FG
The Registrar of, Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), Is-haq Oloyede, has advocated a form of education subsidy to help Nigerian students afford expensive private universities.
Mr Oloyede suggested that the government establish a scheme similar to the National Health Insurance (NHIS) for tertiary education to subsidise the high tuition for students in private universities, in the latest JAMB News of today, 3rd December 2022.
With the suggested scheme, he said, the government can pay a certain percentage of tuition to provide more Nigerians access to tertiary education.
The latest Sexual & Reproductive Health Education was captioned: ”Admission: JAMB Registrar, Oloyede, suggests subsidy model for university students”
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University Admission: Candidates Admissions Outside CAPS Is Illegal – JAMB
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has warned admission seekers to desist from accepting any admission given to them by any Institution outside the purview of the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), in the latest JAMB News blog post.
Jambulletin noted that this note of warning is necessitated by the series of inquiries by a cross-section of candidates, who were offered admissions on the individual platforms of some institutions as evinced in the Letters of Admission subsequently issued to them and wished to find out the propriety of such documents.
The JAMB News blog post is captioned: University Admission: Candidates Admissions Outside CAPS Is Illegal – JAMB
Read more on Independent Nigeria.
JAMB automates curriculum, admissions, accreditation, and others
Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the automation of curriculum, accreditation and general administration matters between the organisation and relevant stakeholders, including tertiary institutions and regulatory agencies, through its Interactive e-Brochure and e-Syllabus System (IBASS), in our latest JAMB News of today
The news blog is captured: ”JAMB launches platform to automate curriculum, admissions, accreditation, and others.
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2023 UTME: JAMB Issues Advisory On Dress Codes, Henna, Others
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued a strict advisory on the application of henna, otherwise called “Laali”/“Lale” and the appropriate dress code ahead of the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), in one of our latest JAMB News blog post.
According to a statement made available to JAMBulletin, candidates are warned against applying henna to avoid experiencing biometric verification challenges. The statement revealed that henna when applied on the fingers obstructs the smooth biometric verification of the candidate’s fingers.
The news blog post was captioned: JAMB issues strict advice on dress code for 2023 UTME
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University admission sessions still valid, says JAMB
Despite closing university gates during the COVID-19 lockdown and an eight-month industrial action, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said admissions for 2020/21, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 sessions are still valid, in one of our latest JAMB News blog for today
This comes as the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) said it would engage the Federal Government on the withheld eight months’ salaries of its members.
Speaking yesterday, in Abuja at the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of NASU, the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede urged parents, guardians and students to contact the choice institutions to ascertain the status of admissions.
The JAMB News blog post is captioned: JAMB says admissions for 2020/21, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 sessions are still valid
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ASUU strike: JAMB hasn’t cancelled any admission — Registrar
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, yesterday said it has not cancelled or deferred any admission to universities, polytechnics or colleges of education as a result of the protracted strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, in one of our latest JAMB News blog posts of today.
The Registrar/Chief Executive of JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, disclosed this before he declared open the National Executive Council, NEC, meeting of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions, NASU, in Abuja.
The JAMB News blog post is captioned: JAMB Registrar denies cancelling admissions due to ASUU Strike
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How AI tool can help JAMB Candidates get high scores in UTME – Class54
A Lagos-based startup, Class54, has unveiled tools that leverage artificial intelligence, AI, to drive success rates for students preparing to write the Nigeria university entry examination, Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, in our latest JAMB News blog post of today, 8 October 2022.
The promoters of the platform, Class54 Education Limited explained the solution has become imperative in the face of the increased lagging performance of candidates of the JAMB UTME in recent times, with barely 21 per cent of the candidates scoring above 200 in the 2022 UTME exams conducted recently.
Launched earlier this year, Class54’s mobile and web applications allow from kindergarten to 12th grade, K-12 students to prepare adequately for examinations by using AI to analyse their areas of weaknesses and suggest the proper steps to take to improve.
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of the platform, Mr Oluwasegun Ige, explained that the Class54 platform is available for Android, iOS and Windows desktop users and students can practice up to four subjects simultaneously, just like in the actual examination; see a robust and precise analysis of their performance and practice latest past questions up to 2022 JAMB and WAEC examinations.
The news blog post was captioned: ”Class54: How AI-powered tools will accelerate JAMB success rate in Nigeria”
Read more on Vanguard Nigeria News.
2023 JAMB Exams: JAMB issues 7 New Guidelines for CBT Centre Accreditation, Registration, and Examination Conduct for UTME and Direct Entry
In a bid to modify its operations toward achieving far-reaching improvements on various issues emanating from the registration process, biometric challenges, and other operational procedures and to ensure seamless conduct of future operational processes including the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), accreditation of centres, registration of candidates, examination processes, results management and general administration, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued seven (7) new guidelines, in one of our latest JAMB News blog post of today.
7 New Guidelines
1. All CBT Centres must use laptop computer systems as clients as zero thin clients or Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) would no longer be accepted.
2. No CBT Centre must install any clients with less than 2 gigabytes (2GB) of RAM.
3. Autobot system should be used for the accreditation of CBT Centres; there should be three (3) Autobot tests: Pre-accreditation, during Mock- UTME and, the dummy examination, which is held a day before the UTME to confirm the readiness of the Centre in order to prevent IP address duplication and abuse.
4. Each accredited CBT Centres would now have two additional registration outlets within their State of operation.
5. Cybercafés and tutorial centres had been prohibited from participating in any of the Board’s exercises as such no CBT Centre would be allowed to collaborate with them, adding that any violation of the directive, whether in part or whole, would lead to the revocation of the license of the erring CBT Centre.
6. Biometrics of all accredited CBT Centre registration officers would be captured ahead of the exercise.
7. At the registration point, candidates with bad fingerprints would be scheduled for the examination as “Exemption Candidates” and their registration slips would be colour-coded and visually different from those for other candidates and such candidates would sit for their examination in Abuja on the last date of the national examination calendar and their results would not be released until after being subjected to proper scrutiny.
JAMB warned that no new Computer-Based Test (CBT) centre would be accredited without meeting the new requirements.
Lastly, as part of the measures to restrategise, the board in its weekly bulletin said it was considering separating the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) registration from that of Direct Entry (DE) beginning the next year 2023 to further consolidate its data collection efforts.
The JAMB News blog post was captured: ” 2023 Test: JAMB Rolls Out Fresh Guidelines, Separates Registration For UTME, Direct Entry”
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Incessant strike destroying Nigeria’s university education — JAMB Registrar
The Registrar and Chief Executive Officer, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, yesterday, lamented that incessant strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, is destroying university education in Nigeria, in one of our latest JAMB News blog post
He added that the union must realise that the country is no longer in a military regime, hence, there must be a paradigm shift as you cannot do the same thing the same way all the time and further advised that stakeholders must find a way for a workable education within the available legal framework.
The JAMB News blog post was captioned: ”Incessant strike destroying varsity education in Nigeria — JAMB Registrar”
Read more on Vanguard Nigerian News
Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede on Wednesday asked that the National Assembly take measures to extricate the agency from the revenue targets set for all government agencies as it is not comfortable with the tag as a revenue generating agency or entity, in our latest JAMB News blog posts.
The JAMB boss had told the House of Representatives Committee on Finance that the conduct of examinations is a social service that is not expected to generate revenue to the coffers of government as categorising the examination body as a revenue-generating agency is putting a lot of pressure on the staff of the agency to perform their duties diligently.
Read more on Champion News Nigeria
Nigerian school celebrates 40 and 21 outstanding JAMB UTME and WAEC performers
The Nigerian Tulip International Colleges (NTIC) has celebrated 40 of its students, who performed exceptionally in the last Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME and 21 in West African School Certificate Examinations Council (WAEC) results, in one of our latest JAMB News blog posts.
The school said that it added another feather in its cap through our Class of 2022 set’s results in the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Despite the mass record of failure, there was a change in the narrative for us at the Nigerian Tulip International Colleges (NTIC), as we have no fewer than 40 students scoring above 300 in JAMB and 21 making straight 6A’s to 9A’s in WAEC.
The JAMB News blog post is captioned: Nigerian Tulip International Colleges (NTIC) celebrates 40 exceptional performers in JAMB UTME and 21 outstanding performers in WAEC WASSCE School Examination Results for the Class of 2022 sets.
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JAMB seeks financial autonomy; wants exam fee hike from N3,500 to N5,000
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has urged the House of Representatives Committee on Finance to reverse the recent reduction of examination fee from N5, 000 to N3, 500, in one of our latest JAMB News blog posts of today, 15 September 2022
The Registrar, JAMB, Ishaq Oloyede, made the appeal in Abuja on Wednesday at the public hearing on the proposed 2023-2025 Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal Strategy Paper organised by the committee when it asked the lower chamber of the National Assembly to grant it financial autonomy by removing it from the list of Ministries, Departments and Agencies in the annual budget of the Federal Government.
The JAMB News report is captioned: JAMB seeks financial autonomy, wants exam fee hike form N3,500 TO N5,000
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30% of Nigerian parents pay illegal examination fees for their children for positive results – JAMB Registrar
The Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede yesterday told members of the House of Representatives Committee on Finance that about 30 per cent of parents in the country were in the habit of paying illegal examination fees for their children with a view to achieving positive results, in today’s JAMB News blog post.
The JAMB Registrar who spoke at an interactive session with the House Committee on Finance on the Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal Strategy Paper said that there were so many fraudulent figures going around the country that Nigerians use to judge the admission process, out of the number of candidates that sit for the annual Unified Tertiary Matriculation Education.
He went further to say that the board is not comfortable with being categorised as a revenue centre because this has created a lot of problems for us and asked FG to increase the JAMB UTME fee from N3,500 to N5,000.
Read more on This Day Live News Nigeria
JAMB scraps Mop-up Exams in Nigeria; insists on ‘no biometric, no exam’ policy
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has scrapped the conduct of mop-up exercises for candidates for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), insisting that no candidate would be allowed to sit for the JAMB UTME without biometric verification, in the latest JAMB News blog post of today.
According to the board, “No candidate of the UTME will be allowed to sit for its examination without first being biometrically verified. All 10 fingers of the candidate must be captured at the point of registration.
The JAMB News report is captioned: ”JAMB scraps Mop-up Exams in Nigeria; insists on ‘no biometric, no exam’ policy”
Read more on The Cable Nigeria.
ATSO charges WAEC and NECO to adopt JAMB’s CBT Method to curb Examination Malpractices in Nigeria
The newly elected president of the Association Of Tutorial Schools Operators of Nigeria (ATSO), Comrade Shodunke Oludotun Michael has charged the management of the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council (NECO) to take a cue from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on the adoption of Computer Based Test (CBT) which he described as a standard way of curbing exam malpractice in the country in our latest JAMB News blog post for today.
Comrade Micheal in his maiden speech as the National President of ATSO, during the Annual Convention of the association in Ibadan, Oyo State maintained that the issue of exam malpractice in Nigeria is a problem that has been reoccurring from time to time in the country and as long as there is exam malpractice remains in our education system, the country cannot be fixed.
The JAMB News report is captioned: ATSO charges WAEC and NECO to adopt JAMB’s CBT Method to curb Examination Malpractices
Read more on Independence News Nigeria
Monarch condemns sending poor JAMB performers to Colleges of Education
Aragbiji of Iragbiji in Osun State, Oba Abdur-Rasheed Ayotunde Olabomi in decrying the misplaced priority in the Nigerian Colleges of Education system has asked that the Nigerian Education policy which dictates that students who scored the lowest in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) be sent to Colleges of Education be revisited, in our latest JAMB News blog post of today, September 9, 2022
The traditional ruler said, “The policy of sending people with the lowest JAMB scores, considered to be least intelligent people, to Colleges of Education is not very good for our education.
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JAMB, NUC and other regulatory agencies threaten to sanction universities for irregular 2022/2023 admissions
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the three regulatory agencies for tertiary education in the country – the National Universities Commission (NUC), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) and the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) – have said they will sanction institutions that sell application forms for the conduct of the 2022/2023 admissions, in our today’s JAMB News blog post.
As the conduct for the 2022/2023 admissions commenced in August 2022 with JAMB pegging the deadline at December 31, 2022, The board through a document titled, “Serialisation of guidelines for the 2022 admissions exercise,” directed that all applications must be routed through the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS).
“All applications of admissions to First Degree, National Diploma, National Innovation Diploma and the Nigeria Certificate in Education into Full-Time, Distance Learning, Part-Time, Outreach, Sandwich, etc., must be processed only through JAMB”, JAMB informed.
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125 candidates with high scores denied admissions in 2021 – JAMB
A total of 125 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry examinations candidates who scored 300 and above in 2021 did not gain admission into tertiary institutions, in our latest JAMB news blog post of today, Wednesday, 7th September, 2022.
While candidates who score higher marks have advantages over those with poor UTME scores, the board noted that some candidates did not upload their O’Level results on CAPS; No Mathematics in UTME combination disadvantages Medicine candidates; English & Literature in UTME combination helping law candidates to be admitted into English, Mass Communication, etc, are certain factors on the non-admission status of the 125 high scorers.
Read more on Punch
JAMB Registrar, University VC charged students to report lecturers who harass them sexually
The Vice Chancellor of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, Professor Aloysius-Michaels Okolie, and the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, have urged the about 4,000 students admitted into various degree programmes in the institution at the 41st matriculation ceremony of the university at Agbanito report lecturers harassing them sexually for appropriate disciplinary actions, in our latest JAMB blog news post of today, 29th August 2022
According to the news report, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Registrar Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, represented by the South East Zonal Director, Ebere Chris-Okeke, advised the students to be of good behaviour, take their studies seriously and report any form of sexual harassment to the appropriate authorities while University VC, Okolie charged the students to be good ambassadors of their respective families and warned them to shun examination malpractices, impersonation, forgery, admission racketeering, drug abuse, cultism and other anti-social behaviours to avoid being rusticated from the school.
The JAMB news report is captioned: ESUT VC and JAMB Registrar urged students to report lecturers who sexually harass them
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N289.8m JAMB’s contract: ICT firm denied contract award, calls for JAMB probe
An Information and Communication Technology, ICT, firm, International Control System, ICS, has dismissed a report by an online newspaper which alleged that it was awarded an N289.8 million contract to supply office stationeries to Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB on 14th June and May 14th 2021, in the latest JAMB news blog post of today trending online.
ICS, which dismissed the report that called for a probe of JAMB over the purported contract, said it has instructed its lawyers to institute legal action against the authors of the embarrassing report.
The company’s statement was titled: “Refutal on the alleged award of contract for the supply of office stationeries worth N289,859,700 VAT inclusive, to International Control System on 14th June and May 14th 2021 which worth was over (N18,984,420.84) by JAMB’.
The JAMB News post is captioned: ICT firm debunks alleged award of N289.8m JAMB’s contract, calls for JAMB probe and threatens legal action
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JAMB issues Guidelines for 2022/2023 UTME/DE University, Polytechnic and College of Education Admissions in Nigeria
JAMB has issued guidelines for 2022/2023 UTME/DE university, polytechnic and college of education admission placements in Nigeria, in one of our latest JAMB news blog posts for today
According to the latest news report captioned: ‘’ UTME/DE Score for the 2022 Admission Exercise ad Minimum Duration for the First Degree Programmes, every institution is at liberty to determine the minimum UTME score acceptable to it for admission. Similarly, for DE, every institution will determine the number of points required by it for direct entry admission. Nevertheless, no institution can recommend or admit any candidate with less than 2 points for direct entry.
In the JAMB guidelines, as released in JAMB Bulletin, in the news, no institution will be allowed to recommend or admit any candidate whose UTME score is below the following threshold of 140 and 100 for Degree and ND/NCE, respectively.
A copy of the JAMB Guideline for 2022/2023 UTME/DE university, polytechnic and college of education admission placements in Nigeria. Image: jamb.gov.ng
The JAMB News blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB issues Guidelines for 2022/2023 UTME/DE University, Polytechnic and College of Education Admissions in Nigeria
Read more on the JAMB News Bulletin of today 23rd August 2022
JAMB says UTME for ranking, not for achievement test
The Registrar of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has said the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is for ranking and not an achievement test, adding that the purpose of an assessment determines its usage, in today’s latest JAMB educational news blog post.
According to the latest JAMB news report, the board’s Head of Public Affairs and Protocol, Dr Fabian Benjamin, while fielding questions on a television programme, ‘Hot Seat’, stated clearly that UTME is basically a placement test conducted to rank candidates seeking admissions to tertiary institutions in Nigeria and not necessarily a comprehensive assessment of knowledge or ability of candidates.
He maintained that all experts in education are conscious of the fact that an achievement test is a criterion-referenced test whereby the pass mark is predetermined before the examination while the UTME is a norm-referenced test as the candidates are merely ranked on the basis of the set and there is no issue of a pass or fail mark.
The JAMB news blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB says UTME is a placement test for ranking students, not achievement test seeking admissions to tertiary institutions in Nigeria and not necessarily a comprehensive assessment of knowledge or ability of candidates like WAEC and NECO.
Read more on Blueprint Nigeria JAMB UTME News
University of Ibadan, U.I, provides alternative remedial admission solutions for students in Nigeria with lower JAMB scores at a reasonable and affordable fee.
The management of the University of Ibadan (UI) is offering a remedy alternative admission solution for candidates, with the introduction of Open Distance Learning (ODL), to absorb students who scored below the 200 admission requirements marks in the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB), in one of our latest education news blog posts attracting the interest of students in Nigeria.
According to the news report on remedial admission for JAMB students with below 200 cut-off mark, the Director, UI ODL Centre, Prof. Emmanuel Omobowale, said the tertiary institution, University of Ibadan (UI) is introducing the ODL scheme to absorb such students at a reasonable and affordable fee to encourage youths seeking admission into universities but denied due to inability to meet up with the required 200 JAMB cut off mark.
He maintained that UI, being the first and the best University in Nigeria, is taking the lead to accommodate more qualified candidates via the UI Open Distance eLearning (UI-ODeL) mode.
The JAMB news blog post for now and today is captioned: ‘’University of Ibadan, U.I, management provides alternative remedial admission solution for students in Nigeria with lower JAMB score at a reasonable and affordable fee’’
Read more in Guardian Nigeria
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JAMB says affixing signatures to indemnity forms is for accountability
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said it has mandated heads of universities and other tertiary institutions in Nigeria to affix their signatures to indemnity forms submitted by candidates seeking to mainstream their underhand admissions in order to ensure accountability, in one of our recent JAMB news blog posts.
According to one of the latest news reports, a release signed by JAMB’s Head of Public Affairs and Protocol, Dr Fabian Benjamin, Monday, noted that an indemnity form is a security document on admissions which was designed by the Board to authenticate the genuineness of information supplied by candidates, indemnify the Board in the process of granting approvals sought by candidates for certain processes such as condonement of irregular admissions done by tertiary institutions outside the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), correction of data in the university transfers, application to sandwich and distant learning programmes, among others.
He said completing the form and appending signatures by appropriate heads of institutions, would foster accountability and would ensure that respective heads of institutions endorse only genuine candidates.
The JAMB news blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB says affixing signatures to indemnity forms, for accountability’’
Read more on Blueprint Nigeria
JAMB releases the results of the 2022 mop-up examination
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the results of the recently conducted mop-up examination for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) in this trending JAMB education news blog post.
According to the news post report, the board’s Head of Public Affairs and Protocol, Dr Fabian Benjamin, in Abuja, said that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the results of the recently conducted mop-up examination for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).
According to Dr. Fabian Benjamin said the board had emplaced a user-friendly and simplified process of checking UTME results in line with its desire to adhere to the ease of doing business protocol of the government.
“To check the results of the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Mop-Up Examination result conducted on Aug. 6, all a candidate needs to do is to simply send RESULT to 55019.
“Candidates can also print their results from the board’s website- www.jamb.gov.ng after linking their email address to their profile,” he said.
The JAMB news blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB releases the results of 2022 mop-up examination taken on 6th August
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JAMB says it spent N100m to conduct mop-up exam for 42,000 candidates in Nigeria
According to Professor Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB’s registrar, the board spent a whooping N100m to conduct a mop-up exam for 42,000 candidates in Nigeria in this recent JAMB news blog post.
The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Is-haq Oloyede, has disclosed that the 6th August 2022 JAMB UTME mop-up exam conducted for the 42,000 candidates nationwide cost the board almost N100m.
Oloyede, in one of the centres in Lagos, where the exam was held, said those shortlisted for the entrance exam were those who had verified technical issues, noting that the majority of the candidates were those in the 10 centres who had their results cancelled due to examination malpractices.
He listed the 10 centres as follows – one each in Ebute Metta, Lagos; Benin, Edo State; Asaba, Delta State; five centres in Aba, Abia State; and two remaining centres in other eastern states.
The news blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB says it spent N100m to conduct mop-up exam for 42,000 candidates in Nigeria’’
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South-South University lecturers say JAMB’s lowering of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) cut-off marks for admission into university in Nigeria is dangerous and counter-productive.
The majority of South-South University lecturers have said that JAMB’s lowering of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) cut-off marks for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria is dangerous and counter-productive, according to one of the latest trending JAMB news blog posts.
According to the news report on reducing the JAMB cut-off for university admission, a good number of university professors and academic doctors from the South-south zone – University of Benin (UNIBEN), University of Calabar (UNICAL), Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, University of Port-Harcourt, (UNIPORT) in Nigeria, in a survey conducted by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), said that reducing the minimum score from 200 to 180 and now and today to 140 was counter-productive, dangerous, erode the country’s standard of education, decline the quality of education and never a welcome development in Nigeria education system.
The JAMB news blog post is captioned: ‘’ South-South University lecturers say JAMB’s lowering of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) cut-off marks for admission into university in Nigeria is dangerous and counter-productive’’
Read more on Guardian News
Bill to make JAMB result valid for four years in Nigeria instead of the usual one passes second reading in the House of Representatives
A bill seeking to make Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) results valid for four years has passed the second reading in the House of Representatives, in this JAMB education news blog post.
According to the latest news report on the Bill to make JAMB results valid for four years in Nigeria, Rep. Tolulope Sadipe (APC-Oyo) who sponsored the bill at the plenary, said that the Amendment of the JAMB Act is necessary to accommodate the students and their parents cannot bear the financial burden to sit for the examination multiple times having passed it and couldn’t gain admission with it for one reason or another.
“Everywhere in the world, there is no such exam that is valid for one year; Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is valid forever.
“Most universities across the world value such exams for at least five years, but here in Nigeria, JAMB is valid for just one entry, and if you do not get it, you repeat it, Rep. Tolulope Sadipe concluded.
JAMB is considered an entrance examination, with the purpose of securing admission into a university, polytechnic or college of education, with a view to earning a terminal qualification.
The JAMB education news is captioned: ” Bill to make JAMB result valid for four years in Nigeria instead of the usual one passes second reading in the House of Representatives ”
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JAMB removes NABTEB as a requirement for direct entry into university and other higher institutions of learning in Nigeria
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examinations (JAMB) has removed A’level results of the National Business and Technical Education Board (NABTEB) as a requirement for admission into the universities and other higher institutions of learning in Nigeria beyond the 2022/2023 academic calendar, in one of our recent JAMB news blog post trending among students
According to the latest news report on the disbandment of NABTEC’s A-level results, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB’s registrar, the Honorable minister of education, Adamu Adamu, has approved that the NABTEB A’level GCE will no longer be recognized as a qualification for DE from 2022, but all those who have already obtained it prior to this date will be able to use it.
Speaking further at the policy meeting, Professor Ishaq Oloyede highlighted that examination malpractices, impersonation and substitution of real candidates by paid examination takers, fraudulent CBT owners who sabotage examination, parents encouraging examination malpractices, mass cheating by syndicates, prolonged investigation and prosecution are the challenges the board faced during the conduct of the 2022 UTME/ DE examination.
The education news blog post was captioned: ‘’ JAMB removes NABTEB as a requirement for direct entry into university, others ‘’
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JAMB sets University Admission cut-off mark at 140 for 2022/2023 Academic Session in Nigeria
JAMB has set the University Admission cut-off mark at 140 for 2022/2023 Academic Session in Nigeria, in this educational JAMB news blog post.
According to the latest news report on the university admission cut-off mark, The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), the heads of tertiary education institutions and other stakeholders in the education sector in the country have announced 140 as the set minimum cut-off mark for admissions into Nigerian universities, 100 for both polytechnics and colleges of education in the 2022/2023 academic session.
Professor Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB’s registrar, however, noted that every institution has the right to fix its own cut-off mark even up to 220 but no one would be allowed to go less than the agreed minimum marks of 100 for colleges of education, 100 for polytechnics and 140 for universities.
At a Policy Meeting on Admissions presided by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, in Abuja JAMB’s registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede also announced that candidates who were allowed ‘awaiting results’ candidates to register and sit for the 2022 UTME for 2022/2023 admission on awaiting result status must present their O’level results on the board’s portal before the commencement of admissions.
This JAMB News blog post is captioned: ‘’ JAMB sets University Admission cut-off mark at 140 for 2022/2023 Academic Session I Nigeria‘’
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In this educational news blog post; we share with you the latest JAMB news now & today (updated) in Nigeria for 2022 on JAMB students ad candidates with respect to Online Registration, E-Facility, Syllabus, Result Checker (Check JAMB Results) Online, Examination Dates & Results reprint slip, Admission Status & Letter, Profile, CAPS, Past Questions and Answers (HTML & pdf), Novel, Computer-Based Test (CBT) Practices, Caps, Latest Daily News & Updates (Today’s) on Login Portal, in this education news blog post.
This educational blog post will also report the latest news ‘About JAMB’ – JAMB Act (Mission, Vision, and Mandate), The Board (The Board History, Governing Board, and the Organogram), The Registrar, The Management Team, Departments, Offices/Locations, Third Party Services, Our Partners, Corporate Social Responsibilities, CSR – Sports, Teaching (School Adoption) and COVID-19 Support and Contact.
We also share with you recent & latest educational and informational ‘Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)’s automated Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) E-facility’ posts now and today for Candidates and Institutions, Computer-Based Testing Management System (CBTMS), Examination Reporting System, E-facility, IBASS, Stock Management System (SMS), Directors Academic Programme (DAP), and Ticket & Support.
In the ‘News & Event’ Section, our updated latest news posts will capture JAMB in the Media, News, JAMB Bulletin, Events & Gallery, Tender & Procurement, Speeches and Presentations, Calendar, and Training & Webinars.
JAMB portal also features ‘Candidates, Institutions & Stakeholders’ – Mock Result Checking, Unregistered Adhoc List, Matriculation Lists, Innovation & Enterprises Institutions List, E-Facility, IBASS, Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), and Ticketing & Support for 2022/2023 and even for previous years – 2019/2020, 2020/2021 & 2021/2022 and the years to come 2023/2024, etc; CAPS, IBASS, Payment & Services, Direct Entry (DE), Condonement of Illegal Admission, and Innovation & Enterprises Institutions List for Institutions and Computer-Based Testing (CBT) Centre Guidelines, Accredited UMTE Centres, , Computer-Based Testing Management System (CBTMS), CBT Centres Accreditation Form, Autobot Accreditation for Centres, JAMB Browser for Centres for Stakeholders which would be reported on this Eduonwheels news blog posts.
The examination body’s latest news information ‘FOI’ – Application & Admission Statistics, Financial Statement and Annual Report will be part of the scope of this educational news blog website.
Eduonwheels news blog posts will cover JAMB’s ‘Intranet’ – Intranet Login Portal, e-Learning Portal, Examination Reporting System, Promotion Examinations for 2021/2022/2023, etc, Admin’s Login, Appointment Booking System and Downloads and Mails (Internal Mailing Systems.