JAMB Releases New Cut-Off Marks + Post UTME To Start Again In All Institutions

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JAMB Releases New Cut-Off Marks + Post UTME To Start Again In All Institutions

JAMB Releases New Cut-Off Marks + Post UTME To Start Again In All Institutions
– JAMB released new cut-off mark
s for tertiary institutions

– The institutions are however at liberty to raise theirs above JAMB’s requirement

– JAMB also lifted the ban on Post-UTME

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the cut-off marks for Nigerian tertiary institutions while also lifting the ban for post UTME examination.
Premium Times reports that these decisions were taken at the 2017 Combined Policy Meetings on Admissions into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria which ended on Tuesday, August 22.

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Minimum cut-off marks for tertiary institutions are:-

›Universities were pegged at 120

›Polytechnics and colleges of educ
ation were pegged at 100

›Innovative enterprising institutes was pegged at 110

IMPORTANT NOTICE:-Institutions were however allowed to raise their cut-off marks above JAMB’s stipulation.

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It was also agreed that admissions into public degree awarding institutions for the 2017 UTME examination will end on January 15, 2018 while private institutions will end theirs on January 31, 2018.

It was also revealed that decisions on first choice candidates by universities will be expected to be complete October 15 and second choice candidates will end on December 15.

The rest of the students seeking admission will be available for other institutions till the January closing dates.

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Ishaq Oloyede who is the registrar of JAMB said a Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) will be used to streamline admission processes among institutions based on challenges associated with the former approach.

He said:-
All over the world, there is agitation for dynamic educational policy,” he said.

“JAMB only admits for National Diploma, not Higher National Diploma; so why should we use the same requirement for ND and BSC, that is unreasonable parity

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