JAMB Officially Releases Guidelines For Admission Into Tertiary Institutions In Nigeria
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released what it called the guidelines for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. According to JAMB, the Federal Government has directed that these guidelines be followed strictly without alteration.
GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSIONS INTO TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA – OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
Sequel to the recent workshop convened by the honourable minister of education on the modalities for admissions into tertiary institutions in Nigeria, the federal government hereby approves the following guidelines for admissions:
1. Presentation of the lists of candidates who qualify for screening into individual based on the stipulated guidelines by JAMB (find hereby enclosed);
2. Screening should not demand for another test in any form either written, oral or electronic;
3. Candidates are to present their senior school certificate examination (SSCE) results/Advance Level (AL) results for verification and clearing purposes;
4. WAEC, NECO, NABTEB results or equivalent are acceptable as matriculation requirements;
5. Each candidate is expected to have a minimum of five (5) credits at SSCE including English, Mathematics and any other three (3) relevant subjects to his or her discipline;
6. Any candidates who does not possess the requirements as listed in item four (4) is deemed to have failed the screening exercise;
7. The list of qualified candidates awaiting SSCE/AL results can be kept in view (K.I.V) pending the release of their results;
8. Consideration of the recommended list as forwarded by JAMB should be completed within one month from the date of receipt of the list;
9. Any institution that has a shortfall in the admitted candidates can make-up for candidates from other departments on the institution list;
10. The screening list has been uploaded on JAMB website www.jamb.org.ng for possible users;
11. Reason(s) for rejection of candidates on the list should be clearly stated with proofs provided alongside; and
12. The federal government has directed that these guidelines should be strictly adhered to without any alteration.