Wednesday, August 30, 2017

JAMB 2017/18 New Regularization Procedures/Guidelines [Photos/Screenshots]

By Last Modified August 30, 2017
AIM
→The purpose of regularization is to ensure that JAMB have your current admission detail that tally with admission/registration record in the school that offered you admission.
Or
→This allows candidates with admission but with no prior record with JAMB ability to register on the platform.
→This Process is either called JAMB Regularization Or Late Application Method!!!
This year 2017 regularization payment/procedures is quite similar to last year process, the only difference is the payment mode.
After the new JAMB Registrar took over, a lot of changes has been made on the official JAMB Website, such as the design and the placement of the E-facility activities, Remember the use of scratch card has also been banned as payment online will serve as the new method.

Also Read:

Official Update: 2016-2020 JAMB Admission Letter Printing Guidelines & Information
JAMB 2017 New Regularization Procedures/Guidelines [Photos/Screenshots]
JAMB Correction Of Data Guidelines/Payment Procedure {Do It Your-Self}
JAMB Admission Status Checker Portal Opened- Admission Letter Printing Begins!!!
WHO ARE TO REGULARIZE
The following categories of students are particularly affected;
(a) 200–500Level students admitted through Pre-Degree programme (PDS) without JAMB Information;   
(b) 200–500Level students admitted through JAMB mode but found no admission information on the JAMB website
(c) Students admitted through JAMB mode but with different admission information on JAMB website
(d) Students admitted through PDS/JAMB mode but had been offered admission elsewhere i.e. tertiary institution
INFORMATION MOSTLY NEEDED DURING REGULARIZATION
The necessary information to be supplied include the following:
(a) Matriculation Number
(b) Full Names
(c) JAMB Registration
(d) Number and/PDS Number
(e) State of Origin
(f) Local Government/Area (LGA)
(g) Gender
(h) Date of Birth
(i) Course Code
(j) Course Name
(k) Full Address
(l) Year of Admission as applicable to admission in the University
Also Read: JAMB Regularization Problems And Measures Taken By The Board To Check Abuse

[PHOTOS/SCREENSHOTS]

PROCEDURE/STEP ON HOW TO REGULARIZE YOUR JAMB REGISTRATION NUMBER FREE

Before candidates will be allowed with this procedure an account is required to be created on the portal
→Click Here To Create an account, Fill all the necessary information required [Be-careful do not make mistakes on your phone number and email address, after account creation click on signup.

→You Can Now Login with the registered details in the login page
→On The Dashboard, You Can See different E-facility option , Click On Regularize Admission
→The Payment Confirmation Page Will Be Displayed, You have two payment option [Online Or Bank Payment]
→Review the details displayed on the Confirmation Page. Also, note the Transaction ID displayed in bold in red. The Transaction ID is useful for all future references concerning the Transaction. A copy of this transaction ID will be sent to your registered email address.

→Click on the Continue button if you wish to pay with your card immediately. If you wish to use other payment channels like ATM, Cash at the Bank and Quickteller, please note the transaction ID as it will be required.
On the Interswitch Payment page, enter your card details and click on the Pay button.

→The status of your payment will be displayed on the “My Payment Section” An SMS and email containing your unique Transaction Identification and payment status will be sent to you after payment. Click on the Continue button.
→Once payment is completed, you will be asked to provide the following: a. Year of Exam and b. JAMB Registration Number
→After entering the information correctly, the application form will be displayed. You are to fill the application form online. Please take note of mandatory fields.




→Click Submit to complete your application
→After submission, an Indemnity form will be displayed for printing.
→This is to be filled and taken to your institution for Approval.
→Your institution will be responsible for submission of the approved form to the JAMB state office.
→Once received, the Approved form will be uploaded into your profile. You will receive a notification when this is done.
→JAMB will now process your application. If Approved, your details will be changed as requested.
TO CONFIRM THAT YOUR DATA IS PROPERLY SAVED
6. After Your application is processed, Log in back to the portal and click on the link Check Admission Status,
7. Enter your jamb registration number and click on check admission status
IF DONE CORRECTLY YOUR ADMISSION STATUS WILL DISPLAY AS SHOW IN THE IMAGE BELOW 

Frequently Asked Questions And Answers

Q: Who Is To Regularize.


A: Candidate who gain admission without Jamb registration number or his/her mode of admission does not required jamb registration number.
For 2017 Direct Entry/UTME Online Registration
Candidate whose Jamb registration number is not showing ADMISSION OFFERED when checked online on jamb website
Q: I Have JAMB Registration Number Already, Can It Be Regularize.
A:Any jamb registration number that has result when check online can not be regularized,
or any registration number you obtain through the normal online processing of JAMB/UTME/POLY of which later you sat for an exam, can not be regularize.
Q: What Type Of JAMB Registration Number That Can Be Regularize
A: jamb registration number given to you, from the school you graduated from.
NOTE:PRICE IS N10,000, Some Cyber Cafes Might Charge You More.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

FG Lifts Ban On Conduct Of Post-UTME

By Last Modified August 17, 2017
Information reaching ElitesplanetBlog confirms that the Federal Government has lifted the ban on the conduct of examinations usually organised by universities for admission seekers after the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).

The Minister of Education Adamu Adamu said in Abuja that universities, polytechnics and other institutions were free to organise post-UTME screening as a pre-condition to gaining admission into public institutions.

He explained that the Federal Government scrapped the controversial examination in order to fully understand what was going on in the institutions.

The minister added that the government was now wiser regarding the conduct of the examination.

It will be recalled in in June last year at a combined policy meeting on admissions to Universities, Polytechnics and other higher institutions in Nigeria, in Abuja banned the examination.

He urged the institutions and its authorities to make the fees for the post-UTME screening affordable in order not to impose huge financial burdens on parents.

“The minister said: “We are going to allow universities to have some choice. Universities can now decide to organise post-UTME, if they want.

“We have asked them not to impose huge financial burden on the parents. The burden should not be more than what they can bear.”

He expressed confidence in the examination conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Adamu, who hailed the management of JAMB for remitting N5 billion to the Federal Government, said the money was the highest so far in the last 40 years of JAMB’s existence.

RUGIPO 2017/18 Sales Of Admission Form Begins- Apply Here

By Last Modified August 17, 2017
The Rufus Giwa Polytechnic has announced the sales of admission form for the 2017/2018 academics session.

We are now using this meduim to inform the entire public that the 2017/2018 admission into ND Part Time, HND Part Time, HND Full Time, CMS, DMS, ADMS, DSM, Post-HND(URP PGD) in various Courses is out.

Candidates are advise to get their Scratch Card @ Post Offices or any of the Commercial Banks nationwide; and log in to admissionform.rugipo.edu.ng for their registration.

NOTICE TO ALL STUDENTS
1. The Link on the Login Page is for candidates who has not Input their O'level results,Such candidates are advised to do this on or before 20th of August 2017.  Login to input their subject using your application Number

2. Candidate who has not gotten their Examination screening date and time should go and reprint their slip using their application number,Login to  RePrintSlip .

EBSU 2017/18 Pre-Degree Admission Form On Sale

By Last Modified August 17, 2017
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the one year intensive Pre-Degree programme of Ebonyi State University for the 2017/2018 Session.

B: SCOPE AND BENEFITS OF THE SCHOOL PROGRAMME

The Pre-Degree school prepares candidates for the following examinations:

i. Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Examination (JAMB/UTME).
ii. EBSU Pre-Degree internal examination qualifies successful candidates (with national minimum UTME score) for consideration for admission into any EBSU main degree programmes.

iii. The programme equally serves as a remedial programme for candidates preparing for O’Level examinations, but it is not a substitute to O’Level requirement for main course admission.

iv. In addition, the EBSU Pre-Degree Programme also gives intensive training to students in Basic Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

C. OTHER ADMISSIONS BENEFITS

Successful Pre-Degree candidates are meant to benefit specially from the JAMB admission quota reserved for prelim candidates. Please note that successful candidates from the Pre Degree Programme are expected to also obtain the minimum UTME score through JAMB/UTEM and have to make Ebonyi State University their first choice university in JAMB to qualify for admission consideration.

D. MAIN UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES WHERE SUCCESSFUL PRE-DEGREE GRADUATES CAN BE ADMITTED.

Successful 2017/2018 pre-degree candidates shall be eligible for admission into all Programme of EBSU. The Programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session shall include the following:
S/N FACULTY DEPARTMENT/COURSE
1 ADMINISTRATION AND
MANAGEMENT
1. ACCOUNTING
2. BANKING AND FINANCE
3. MANAGEMENT
4. MARKETING
5. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
2 AGRICULTURE 1. AGRIC. ECONOMICS & MAGR. EXTENSION
2.
ANIMAL SCIENCE, FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE3. FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
4. SOIL & ENVIORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT
5. CROP & LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT
3 HEALTH SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
1. MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE
2. NURSING SCIENCE
4. EDUCATION 1. ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE EDUCATION, WITH OPTIONS IN;(a) ECONOMICS EDUCATION
(b) SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
(c) ENGLISH EDUCATION
(d) RELIGION EDUCATON
(e) IGBO EDUCATION
2. BUSINESS EDUCATION, WITH OTPIONS IN;
(a) SECRETARIAL STUDIES
(b) ACCOUNTING EDUCATION
3. EDUCATION FOUNDATION, WITH OPTIONS IN;
(a) ADMIN. AND PLANNING EDUCATION
(b) GUIDANCE & COUNSELING EDUCATION
4.
HUMAN KINETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION, WITH OPTIONS IN(a) HUMAN KINETICS EDUCATION
(b) HEALTH EDUCATION
5
. SCIENCE AND COMPUTER EDUCATION, WITH OPTIONS IN;(a) PHYSICS EDUCATION
(b) CHEMISTRY EDUCATION
(c) BIOLOGY EDUCATION
(d) MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
(e) INTEGRATED SCIENCE EDUCATION
(f) COMPUTER EDUCATION
6.
TECHNOLOGY & VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (TVE), WITH OPTIONS IN;(a) ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING EDUCATION(b) AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
(c) BUILDING TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
(d) WOODWORK EDUCATION
(e) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION
(f) HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION
5. LAW LAW
6. MEDICINE 1. MEDICINE AND SURGERY
2. ANATOMY


7. SCIENCE 1. APPLIED BIOLOGY
2. APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
3. BIOTECHNOLOGY
4. INDUSTRIAL PHYSICS
5. COMPUTER SCIENE
6. GEOLOGY
7. INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS
8. BIOCHEMISTRY
8 SOCIAL SCIENCE AND
HUMANITIES
1. ECONOMICS
2. POLITICAL SCIENCE
3. PSYCHOLOGY
4. SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
5. MASS COMMUNICATION
6. FRENCH
7. HISTORY & INTERNATIONAL RELATION
8. LINGUISTICS/IGBO
9. ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
10. LINGUISTICS
11. PHILOSOPHY
12. RELIGIOUS STUDIES

E. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

To be eligible for admission, a candidate must, have five (5) credits in GCE O’Level, NECO or SSCE at not more than two sittings.

F. DURATION OF PROGRAMME:

The Programme is designed for one academic year which shall last for a minimum of ten (10) calendar months.

G. METHOD OF APPLICATION:

Application forms are obtainable online, on purchase of four thousand five hundred naira (N4,500) EBSU PreDegree Scratch Card payable to Pre-Degree School;
Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki; Account Number: 0007910095, Diamond Bank Plc, Abakaliki, CAS Annex (Branch).
(b) With the scratch cards, prospective candidates should access and complete the application form at
www-ebsuai.edu.ng.

H. COMMENCEMENT AND CLOSING DATES

Sale of admission scratch cards starts on 4th September, 2017 and ends on 29th November, 2017 while lectures will commence on 29th November, 2017.
Mrs. Bibian N. Nwokwu
Ag. Registrar

Osun State Poly Students Disciplinary Unit Summon Notice

By Last Modified August 17, 2017
The Osun State Polytechnic Students Disciplinary Unit has issued a summon notice to students with pending cases.

This is to inform all students of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree that have Disciplinary Cases pending against their names to appear before the Student Disciplinary Committee to defend themselves on 23 & 24 August, 2017 at the Academic Board Room by 8am prompt.

Thanks
SDO

AUN 2017/18 Scholarship Exam Results Out

By Last Modified August 17, 2017
The American University of Nigeria [AUN] has released the Results of Scholarship Examination for the Fall 2017 academic session.

The Scholarship results consists of candidates offered Full Scholarship for One Year, Tuition Scholarship for One Semester, and 50% Tuition Scholarship for One Semester.

The List has been published below:

AUN 2017/2018 Scholarship Exams Results

Full Scholarship For One Year

State of Origin Name AUN ID
Bauchi Auwalu Muhammed A00020288

Tuition Scholarship For One Semester


State of Origin Name AUN ID
Abia Daniel Jacobs Ogbuti A00020725
Adamawa Pascal Patrick Gapsionso A00020667
Akwa Ibom Michael Anthony Abia A00020493
Anambra Dillon Dike Onyemeluwe A00020911
Bauchi Abubakar Sadiq Yakubu A00020561
Benue Jacinta Oheji Ogoh A00020772
Borno Abraham Bwala Adams A00020864
Cross River Mary-comfort Ogbenyi anastasia Agi A00020699
Delta Jude Chukwufunnanya Dan A00020816
Ebonyi Christopher Azubuike Nwusulor A00020287
Edo Iman Maryann modupe Ado - ibrahim A00020379
Ekiti Mojisola Dorcas Fasoro A00020881
Enugu Akachukwu Raphael Nnegha A00020698
FCT Christopher Ushie Igben A00020878
Gombe Khadijah Awwal Shehu A00020378
Imo Chukwuka Victor Benedict A00020782
Jigawa Ibrahim Rabiu A00020446
Kaduna Sa'ad Ishaq Muslim A00020636
Kano Zulaihat Musa Ubale A00020888
Katsina Abdulrashid Abdul'aziz A00020302
Kebbi Aishatu Haruna rasheed Iliyashau A00020891
Kogi Abdul Malik Salami A00020817
Kwara Ridwanullahi Adesina Yahya A00020629
Lagos Onyeukpechukwu Deborah Egbule A00020575
Nassarawa Moses Gadang Emmanuel A00020769
Niger Sadiq Muhammad Ejiko A00020531
Ogun Kehinde Opeyemi Osibowale A00020289
Ondo Samuel Opemi Olatunde A00020360
Osun Richard Opebiyi Bamidele A00020948
Oyo Emmanuel Funsho Alakunle A00020431
Plateau Rotkhinen Gideon Goshit A00020476
Rivers Buduma Blossom Victor-edema A00020449
Sokoto Ahmad Muhammad Al-mustapha A00020943
Taraba Ruth Esebenda Daiko A00020582
Yobe Ismail Muhammed A00020925
Zamfara Hafiz Muhammad Lawal A00020337

50% Tuition For One Semester


State of Origin Name AUN ID
Abia Confidence Godson A00020663
Adamawa Shugaba Abraham Wuta A00020511
Akwa Ibom David Joseph Etuk A00020785
Anambra Jonathan Chisomaga albert Nri A00020705
Bauchi Abubakar Muazu Mustapha A00020565
Benue Phinehas Ujo Ijere A00020584
Borno Blessing Ayuba A00020792
Cross River Akanifiok Ene Eyo A00020574
Delta Charles Ikenna Azubuike A00020759
Ebonyi Chimaobi Ayomikun Ekuma A00020833
Edo Daniel Larry A00020528
Ekiti Clement Oriade Omotosho A00020683
Enugu Dennis Otugo A00020799
FCT Msughter Charles Maor A00020472
Gombe Aisha Umar Muazu A00020756
Imo Daniel Chinedu Iheonu A00020405
Kaduna Gladinus Simon Bature A00020909
Kano Niima Yusuf Zango A00020873
Katsina Yusuf Yunusa A00020364
Kebbi Kamal Ibrahim A00020655
Kogi Khairat Oiza Abdulrrazzaq A00020514
Kwara Arazeem Akanni Alabidun A00020506
Lagos Oluwagbemidale George Aiyewumi A00020643
Nassarawa Ruth Joanna Panyababa A00020486
Niger Aishat Ummi Muhammed A00020004
Ogun Taiwo Opemipo Osibowale A00020318
Ondo Richard Adewole A00020827
Oyo Rahma Oreoluwa Olaniyan A00020526
Plateau Janice Chanmwa Paul A00020552
Rivers Biebele Naomi Derego somiari A00020460
Sokoto Mustapha Muhammad Ndakotsu A00020889
Taraba Habiba Iliya Ishaya A00020715
Taraba Ibrahim Usman Danladi A00020692
Taraba Ishaya Apwenre Rikwentishe A00018695
Yobe Gideon Stephen A00020608
Zamfara Abubakar Kasim Shehu A00020773

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Akwa Ibom Poly, Postpones 2017/18 ND/HND Aptitude Test/Screening Exercise

By Last Modified August 16, 2017

The Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic wishes to inform all candidates that the 2017/2018 ND and HND Admission Screening Exercise has been postponed.

The new dates are as follows:-
ND Screening
  • Date: Saturday, 16th September 2017
HND Aptitude Test
  • Date: Saturday, 23rd September 2017

Thank You
Dr. (Mrs) Mary S. Ndah
Registrar

NSUK Postpones 2017/18 Postgraduate Screening/Pre-Qualifying Exam

By Last Modified August 16, 2017
This is to inform all the candidates that applied for the Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) postgraduate programmes admission for the 2017/2018 academic session that the management of the university has postponed the First Screening/Pre-Qualifying examination indefinitely.

NSUK postgraduate Screening/Pre-Qualifying Examination earlier scheduled for 19th and 26th August 2017 has been postponed indefinitely due to the current ASUU Strike.

Please Inform Others!!!

We Have Not Commenced 2017/18 Admission Exercise- UNIBEN Management

By Last Modified August 16, 2017
The attention of the authorities of the University of Benin has been drawn to a fake University of Benin website created by criminal elements to defraud unsuspecting members of the public under the guise of offering admission to their children or wards.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, the statutory examination body in charge of UTME/DIRECT ENTRY Admission is yet to release the guidelines for 2017/2018 admission process, neither has the Board given the Universities the go ahead to do so.

This press release, therefore, serves as a warning to members of the public to be wary of such and other related questionable overtures. In addition, the office of the Registrar is not in charge of admission, as there is a board in the University saddled with the responsibility of admitting qualified candidates into various courses offered by the University.

PLEASE IT SHOULD ALSO BE NOTED THAT ADMISSION IS NOT FOR SALE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN

Federal Poly, Bida [DCE] 2017/18 [HND/ND] Weekend Admission Form Out

By Last Modified August 16, 2017
The Federal Polytechnic, Bida wishes to inform the general public, most especially candidates wishing to seek admission into the various National/Higher National Diploma (ND/HND) Programmes tenable at the Directorate of Continuing Education of the Polytechnic that sales of Admission forms have commenced on-line.

AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES FOR 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION ARE:

SCHOOLS, DEPARTMENT/COURSES , PROGRAMMES

School of Applied and Natural Sciences(SANS)
1.Statistics - HND/ND
School of Business and Management (SBAM)
1.Public Administration - HND/ND/NDII SPC
2.Marketing - HND/ND/NDII PSC
3.Business Administration- HND/ND/NDII SPC
School of Engineering
1.Electrical Engineering- HND/ND
School of Environmental Studies (SES)
1.Surveying & Geoinformatics - NDII SPC, Cert in Geoinformatics
School of Financial Studies
1.Accountancy- HND/ND/NDII SPC
2.Banking & Finance- HND/ND/NDII SPC
School of Information Communication Technology (ICT)
1.Mass Communication- HND/ND/
2.Office Technology Management- HND/ND
School of Basic & General Studies
1.Legal Studies (SAW) - Diploma in Law

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

i. Candidates for HND Programmes should possess good National Diploma (ND) in relevant field, awarded by Federal Polytechnic, Bida or any other Polytechnic or College of Technology accredited for the award of such National Diploma by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE). In addition, the candidates should possess a minimum of five (5) credits in the relevant subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two (2) sittings.

ii. Candidates for National Diploma (ND-II Special) Programmes should possess Ordinary Diploma or its equivalent and a minimum of five (5) credits in the relevant subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two (2) sittings.

iii. Candidates for National Diploma Programmes should possess a minimum of five (5) credits in the relevant subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two (2) sittings.

iv. Candidates for Diploma in Microfinance Management should possess a minimum of MERIT in Certificate in Microfinance Management OR a minimum of five (5) credits in the relevant subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two (2) sittings OR any other similar or suitable qualification.

v. Candidates for Certificate in Microfinance Management should possess a minimum of four (4) passes in the relevant subjects at O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two (2) sittings.

vii Candidate for Diploma in Law should possess a minimum of five (5) credit in the relevant subjects at O’Level including English LANGUAGE AND Mathematics in not more than two (2) sitting.

viii Concessional Admission may be granted to candidate(s) with less than five (5) credits and will be expected to sit and pass his/her O’Level before graduation.

DURATION OF PROGRAMMES

i . National Diploma (ND-II Special Programmes) WEEKEND shall run for Six (6) semesters. In two (2) years.

ii. The Higher National Diploma (HND I) WEEKEND Programmes shall run for two (2) semesters.

iii. . Diploma in Microfinance Management shall run for three (3) semesters, while Certificate in Microfinance Management shall run for two (2) semesters, both in one (1) year.

iv. Lectures for WEEKEND shall be conducted during Weekends (Fridays and Saturdays).

APPLICATION FORM GUIDELINE

STEP 1: Visit the application portal (www.fedpolybida.edu.ng).

STEP 2: Register (New users only) using your personal E-mail address.

STEP 3: Check your email INBOX or SPAM to retrieve your login account.

STEP 4: Revisit the apply portal and log in with your account, E-mail and password.

STEP 5: Click Submit and follow the rest of the guide in the portal.

METHOD OF APPLICATION

All applicants must purchase the Polytechnic Admission Form online by using different options of payment as described on the portal, and pay a sum of Seven Thousand Naira (N7,000.00) only (Excluding transaction charge) to the Federal Polytechnic, Bida. All payments options of REMITA (i.e using MASTER, VERVE and VISA ATM cards and generation of RRR to pay cash in the bank) must be made through the application portal only. After which, the link to fill form would be deactivate.
Click Here To Begin.

CLOSING DATE 

FOR SALES AND SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED ONLINE FORMS IS 30TH OCTOBER, 2017.

UNIMKAR 2017/18 JUPEB Programme School Fees Schedule

By Last Modified August 16, 2017
The University of Umkar Joint University Preliminary Programme Board [JUPEB] Programme School Fees Schedule has been published.

The School Fees Schedule are published below:
  • Arts and Social Sciences: N100,000   
  • Pure Sciences: N120,000   
N.B: This School fee is For the whole programme

NOTE: Admission Into the JUPEB Programmes are still on sale for the 2017/18 academic session. Click Here To Apply.
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