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JAMB to refund candidates for incomplete UTME registration

…fixes exams April 20, sale of forms begins Feb 12

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the refund of N4,000 deposit to the candidates who could not complete their 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) registration.

This was disclosed in its weekly bulletin released by its Director of Public Relations, Dr Fabian Benjamin, and made available to newsmen on Monday.

The bulletin directed candidates concerned to visit the board’s website and complete a form for the refund of the value of the draft they submitted to the board.

“The above candidates are to click on the link 2021 UTME/DE Unregistered Candidates Bank Draft Recapture and fill the spaces after which they would key in the token sent to the phone numbers
they had submitted during the submission of their drafts.

” It is this token that would be used to access a form on which they will fill in their account details for the refund of the value of the draft.

”Candidates are to provide these details within the next two weeks from the date of this publication.

” A text message containing OTP has been sent to the affected candidates besides this notification,” it said.

Meanwhile, JAMB yesterday, announced that it would begin sales of application forms for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) on February 12.

It would run till March 19.

It said the UTM examinations would begin on April 20 and run till 30 April, while the mock examination for candidates who want to get acquainted with Computer Base Test (CBT) would  hold on April 2.

JAMB also said it would not accept the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Advanced Level (A’L) as entry requirement for Direct Entry candidates into tertiary institutions. The information contained in JAMB’s weekly bulletin released, yesterday,  explained that its rejection of NABTEB Advanced Level was because it discovered that relevant government policies on A Level programmes do not permit NABTEB from conducting advanced level examination.

JAMB’s Director of Admissions, Mohammed Babaji Ahmed, in a written directive to vice-chancellors and other heads of tertiary institutions said the examination body would not process admission of any candidate with NABTEB A/L certificate.

“It has come to our notice that some institutions are accepting NABTEB A/L GCE as a qualification for Direct Entry (DE) Admissions. JAMB is aware that NABTEB is not authorised to offer GCE and is, therefore, compelled to take appropriate action. Any A/L GCE Certificate issued by NABTEB is, therefore, not registrable with JAMB and the Board would not process the admission of any candidate with such a result. Candidates who wish to enlist for A/Level examinations are to take note.”

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