Adamu made his worries known on Tuesday while monitoring the 2016 UTME at the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB)’s Model CBT Centre at Kogo, Bwari in the FCT.
"The children seemed to be very happy and comfortable with what they are doing; but my question is what do you do with many who are not computer literate?
"I have sympathy for candidates who are not computer literate and there are many of them.
"I think we should combine CBT and paper examination for sometime but definitely, the future is for computer," he said.
The minister also visited the Charms City CBT Centre at Area 11, Garki, where he expressed satisfaction with the facilities therein.
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