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Jamb amends registration procedures for 2021/2022

By Balogun Soliu


Posted on April 25, 2021 - 01:40:21am

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The Joint admission and matriculation board JAMB has amended its registration processes and put new measures in place.
All Candidates registering for the 2021 UTME/DE exercise are urged to ensure that the picture shown on the corner of the screen is that of the person registering them. If the picture is different, such candidates should immediately raise the alarm as such a person is not authorised to register them or they are in a completely unauthorised registration outlet.

The statement made by the Registrar in Abuja explained that “This measure is in addition to several others put in place to guide against manipulation, abuse and exploitation of candidates as well as forestalling examination malpractices. It is, therefore, required of candidates who are the major stakeholders in the process, to monitor the process as they are being registered and adhere to extant instructions, rules, and regulations.
In a further statement, Oloyede said the Board has phased out the use of cash for any transactions in the Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres owned by JAMB, saying only use of Automated Teller Machine (ATM) cards is now allowed.
All these are to ensure the safety of candidates, and to restrict touts and fraudsters from all forms of perpetration.


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