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Monday, 8 April 2019

Important Information To Candidates As Released By JAMB



The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has encouraged candidates for the 2019 UTME to cling carefully to the printing request of their examination slips, to evade superfluous issues.

This is contained in the board's week after week notice labeled 'JAMBULLETIN', by the Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, and issued in Lagos.

As indicated by the notice, printing of the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) warning slip is on-going, as the board has since made it prepared for all applicants who enlisted for the examination.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that over 1.8 million applicants enlisted for the examination which has been booked to start on Thursday, April 11.

"The notice is to permit applicants realize their examination plans, which incorporates time, date and venue of the examination.

"Candidates are in this way encouraged to pay attention to the printing request with the end goal for them to have a thought of the area of their focuses, well in front of the examination.

"It is likewise to empower them get ready for all fundamental coordinations of being at their individual focuses on schedule," the announcement expressed.

It included that the e-slips of the hopefuls had been set on their JAMB profiles made at the purpose of enlistment.

“For those who are unable to access their slips through their portal at  www.jamb.org.ng, the board has given a well ordered procedure of making the printing simple.

"To begin with, they ought to go to the official JAMB website, www.jamb.org.ng/efacility/printexaminationslip.

"Next, candidates would be required to enter their enrollment number, phone number utilized in distributing the stick at the purpose of enlistment or email in the fitting section and pursue the following direction," it said.

"candidates are instructed to print two duplicates regarding the examination slip in full, as one duplicate will be submitted at the inside while the second duplicate will be kept by the contender for reference reason," it said.

The notice added that it was critical to take note of that there would be no rescheduling of the examination, regardless of the reason.

It included that all candidates must guarantee that they are confirmed utilizing the Biometric Verification Machine.

In the mean time, the load up has additionally cautioned applicants and guardians or watchmen to halt from paying UTME application expenses to schools or instructional exercise focuses.

It said that the notice wound up vital attributable to the developing routine with regards to of some first class schools/universities and instructional exercise focuses that gather cash in mass from contender to enroll them all at once.

As per the notice, through constant examination, the board found that schools associated with the training more often than not demand competitors excessive totals running into a great many Naira with the end goal of the UTME enlistment.

"In such manner, it ought to be repeated that the board does not do bunch enrollment, as competitors are required to do singular enlistment.

"The board has noted with disappointment a progression of a portion of the awful circumstance a portion of these schools, particularly the tip top ones, have put a few applicants through.

"In their offer to profit, they take part in arrangement of infractions for the sake of gathering enlistment and different acts antagonistic to the enthusiasm of the applicants and the sacredness of the examination.

"This sort of fake enlistment end up twisting applicant's information," it said.

It cautioned the general population to be aware of such corrupt schools or focuses who as a general rule, register applicants at unapproved focuses.

As per the release, the board's examination isn't a school based examination and in this manner does not require hopefuls enlisting in gatherings.

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