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Sunday, 26 October 2014

JAMB Warns Candidates to Stop Registering for UMTE in Cyber-Cafes

THE Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on Thursday, warned prospective candidates in the forthcoming Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) , to stop registering at cyber-cafes, saying majority of the operators are fraudulent. It, therefore, announced that it has approved computer-based centres in all the 36 states of Nigeria for registration of 2015 UTME. The administrative officer in charge of the board, then warned the operators of the cyber-cafes , who had made fraud their daily routine to, henceforth, desist from such act or face the music.
According to him, “any candidate, who defies this warning and registers at cyber-cafĂ©s, must be ready to face the consequence. I, therefore, call on all the prospective candidates not to register in any cyber cafe in order to ensure the genuineness of their registration and avoid problems.”
He also explained that the 2015 UTME examination would purely be computer-based, said that the board was working in collaboration with security agencies with a view to curtailing the unapproved activities of cyber- cafes in the state.
He said the board had introduced new innovation into the system and under the new arrangement, special candidates such as visually impaired would be given five hours as against three hours during the their examinations.


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Enahoro Wisdom DmanSpy
Stress stress stress
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John Asukwo
The centres should be per local government to ease stress.
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Endy Edeson
@john: i think the centres are not enough yet for each state. like in Lagos, it's less than 3 centres, likewise Ogun State and other States
Like1Edit3 hours ago
Nwigwe Ogochukwu Anne
Thanks Endy.pls where can ph pipo register dia own
Unlike1Delete3 hours ago
Endy Edeson
@anne: Go to 320 Aba P/H expressway, Port-Harcourt.
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Polycarpz Igboon
These people are makin things so difficult in this country why? Is it a crime to have education in this country? Ghana,Benin etc doesnt stress candidate this way..... Computer based centres are less than 3, or jst three in a state per said,for the population of about 10,000 to 15,000 candidates in some state, how can they cope in writing the test? God help Nnigeria....
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Enyinda Nathaniel Okey
it is the fault of the state governments. each secondary school is required to have a functional computer lab. the world has changed a lot... even in Nigeria, most private primary and secondary schools have computer labs. we cannot continue to live in the past when the world has been advancing. How much does it cost to have a computer lab in a secondary school? yet students have access to public cyber cafes which are used largely for non educational purposes
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Moses Anuoluwapo James
the Only one I can find for Lasgidi is Yaba....Nonsense!.....traveling from far distance to register jamb again???.....when the Whole place is connected to the internet
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John Asukwo
Where's the centre for Uyo?
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Endy Edeson
@john: AKWA IBOM STATE Ibom E-Library Compex, Ibrahim Babangida Way, Uyo Nsikan Ntia, 08087180279 JAMB State Office Uyo Mrs. Ville Dachi. Pius, 08037881477
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