Jamb extends UTME registration by two weeks

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has extended the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) by two weeks.

They also revealed that they have rescheduled the UTME Exam for May 13th and 20th.

The announcement was made by the Registra/Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, during a press briefing in Abuja on Saturday. It was also revealed that the Mock Examination has been put on hold indefinitely,

Details later..

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BREAKING! JAMB Suspends 2017 UTME Registration

NO REGISTRATION SATURDAY 8TH APRIL 2017

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) wishes to again assure Nigerians especially the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) candidates and their parents that all hands are on deck to ensure the smooth conduct of this year’s UTME exercise.

We want to reiterate that the interest of the candidates is foremost to the Board and there is no need for any apprehension regarding the purchase of forms and registration for the examinations. It is our commitment as a responsive and responsible body to ensure that no willing candidate is left out and if there is a need to extend the registration deadline, the needful will be done.

Meanwhile, Saturday April 8th , 2017 has been set aside for the Mock UTME. To seamlessly achieve this, the Board has SUSPENDED all activities relating to the registration exercise in ANY CBT centre from 8pm today being Friday 7th of April, 2017 and to resume on Monday 10th of April, 2017.

This is to notify the candidates and the concerned stakeholders that there will be no sale of forms, registration and biometric capturing at the various centres in which the Mock Examinations are taking place.

This however does not preclude any candidate from going to Banks, NIPOST, interswitch or Remita to procure pins for registration on Monday. This is to prevent any disruption of the process and conduct of the mock examination.

The Mock Examinations for interested candidates taking place Saturday 8th April, 2017 is intended to familiarize our candidates with the CBT systems and generally forecast the challenges that may be faced ahead in order to proactively address them. It is just a rehearsal for us and candidates who want to experience the situation to expect during the actual examinations.

Therefore, the sale of forms, registration and biometrics at CBT Centres are to be suspended from 8:00 p.m. today till Monday, April 10, 2017. This notice is for the strict adherence of our officers and partners throughout the Federation.

While wishing the candidates and officials participating in the examination a successful mock exercise, we once again re-assure the candidates that there is no need for worry or anxiety. The next one week we believe is sufficient to capture the remaining candidates as about 1,000,000 applicants have successful registered.

However, as stated earlier, no one will be left behind as the deadline may be extended if there are applicants who do not succeed at registering due to circumstances beyond their control.

The Board sincerely regrets all inconveniences and state it resolved to work tirelessly to change the fortune of education in Nigerian.

Signed,
Prof. Is-haq O. Oloyede, OFR, FNAL
Registrar, JAMB
April 7, 2017.

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12 Important Things to Note About 2017 JAMB Examination

INTRODUCTION

On behalf of the Management and staff of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, I happily welcome participants to this Strategic Planning Retreat on the Structure of Supervision and Evaluation of the Conduct of the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

When we sent out invitation to you and gave you a very short notice, we were skeptical on your finding time out of your tight schedules to honour our invitation. However, this large turnout has further confirmed our identification and choice of you as critical stakeholders with genuine and undiluted interest in this Nation’s education sector in general and in its assessment and evaluation sub-sector in particular where the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board plays a major role. I therefore thank you and appreciate your presence here today.

Before I go further, please permit me to pay tributes to my illustrious predecessors in office. We pray that the soul of Mr. Michael S. Angulu continue to enjoy eternal rest. Mr. Angulu as the first Registrar of the Board laid the foundation on which his successors have continued to build on. I salute Dr. Mohammed Abdulrahman, OON for the strong pillars built on the initial foundation and for the strong commitment at domesticating and internalizing various major activities that were hitherto carried out abroad. I congratulate Professor Bello A. Salim, OFR for the various innovations introduced into the system and for starting online activities, particularly in the registration process and the introduction of external monitors in the conduct of the Board’s examination. I commend Professor Adedibu Ojerinde, OON for taking the bull by the horn with the introduction of the Computer Based Test (CBT) to replace the Paper and Pencil Test (PPT) in the administration of the Board’s examination.

I am not unmindful of the acting tenures of Dr. Saleh Abubakar and Dr. Peter I. Odor for which they are all commended. There are many retired Directors of the Board who have been invited to this Retreat and who have graciously honoured us with their attendance. I congratulate you all and others who are not here on your modest efforts. You have all served your fatherland meritoriously and the Nation is proud of you.

2.0 IDEALS OF THE JOINT ADMISSIONS AND MATRICULATION BOARD

On my assumption of office as the fifth (5th) Registrar of the Board, I pledged to revisit and revamp the original ideals of those who thought it most appropriate to have a body like this Board and to pursue with vigour and passion their original objectives. I therefore salute the vision of the Vice-Chancellors of the then six (6) Universities who introduced the idea of synergy of their mandate in the areas of entrance examination and admission into the few universities that the Nation had. If synergy, peer review, cost saving, elimination of wastage, collaboration, cooperation and enhancement of academic excellence were identified and recorgnised then with only six Universities, these salient attributes, ideas and ideals are now more than ever before the basic of all requirements that are most critical for the integration and cohesion of the Nation’s Tertiary Education.

Though a lot of water has passed under the bridge between 1977 and today, the idea of inclusiveness is still as germane today as it was many years back. This is why between August 2016 when I assumed duties and this month, March, 2017, a period of eight months, I have visited various Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education, where I have met with the Management of the various institutions in order to renew and restrengthen our relationship and partnership. The Managements of the Board has also met with the Committee of Vice-Chancellors, Committee of Rectors and Committee of Provosts. We have equally met with the Management of National Universities Commission (NUC) and National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). We have taken the Board’s major events and activities to the Bayero University, Kano, Baze University, Abuja, Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, University of Lagos, and others.

A few weeks ago in February, 2017, we held a retreat in Abeokuta, Ogun State where we were guest of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, who as Head of State in 1977 promulgated the enabling law of the this Board and gave birth to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. At the retreat, we looked at the processes of registration and admission, we reviewed them and we adopted new strategies in tandem with new thinking and new challenges.

It is therefore in our stride and continuation at bringing all stakeholders on board our inclusive train that we have organised this retreat to take another look at the Board’s supervision and evaluation of its conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

The aim of this retreat is to adopt an all-inclusive mode of examination supervision and evaluation. Recognising the stakeholding of major players in the Tertiary Education Sector, the Board wishes to give operational responsibilities to the major players in the administration of the Board’s examination. It is not enough for Politically Exposed Persons (PEP) to visit examination centres with sirens and large entourage of government functionaries with very little impact to show for their participation, other than to be under television camera lights and beamed same to the whole world but yet, the outcome of the examination is laced with stories of examination malpractice. This time around, the major players with requisite integrity, intelligence and appropriate knowledge of the assessment would be fully engaged to actively participate in the supervision of the examination.

3.0 INCLUSIVE APPROACH TO SALE OF APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

As part of our approach to the ideal of Inclusiveness, we invited all Central Bank of Nigeria approved commercial banks to participate in the sale of the 2017 Board’s Application Documents. Sixteen (16) commercial banks and NIPOST honoured attended the interactive session where we explained the reason and need for all of them to partake in the exercise.

After the interactive session, thirteen (13) banks including NIPOST signified interest to participate in the sale of the 2017 Application Documents. Between the date of commencement of sale on Monday, 20th March and yesterday, Tuesday, 28th March, 2017, the following nine banks have paid for the number of Application Documents they require in the first instance.

The banks are:
(i) Zenith Bank
(ii) Union Bank
(iii) Sterling Bank
(iv) Unity Bank
(v) First City Monument Bank
(vi) Fidelity Bank
(vii) First Bank
(viii) Skye Bank
(ix) Jaiz Bank

Still in the spirit of our All-Inclusive approach, backed by our sincerity of intent and purpose, honesty, integrity and truthfulness and with the sole aim and objective of reaching out to all nooks and crannies both in urban and rural areas, we had to patronise the NIPOST, a sister agency, which has the reach out to very remote towns and villages. Even when NIPOST could not raise the capital to purchase the pins for the Application Documents, we had to open a credit line for NIPOST to also vend pin and pay later without reducing the commission that the organisation is entitled to per sale of document.

No bank needed to know the Registrar or any Management member or anybody at all before being patronised. Rather every bank was given the opportunity to participate. We are actually for everybody and belong to everyone.

4.0 PIN VENDING SYSTEM

Emerging from the retreat at Abeokuta, the Board has innovated a contemporary sale of application method, which has led to the elimination of scratch cards. The Board has adopted a cost saving procedure PIN Vending System. It is a secured system which has redressed the sharp practices associated with the use of scratch cards.

We are aware of the teething problems attendant to the introduction of the new sale format, and as a responsive body, we have taken steps to ease the challenges and in a few days, the results would be a seamless registration exercise all over the country.

5.0 SUPVERISION OF THE UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has no university of its own. It is our desire that all concerned should take the UTME as their own and make it a project. The process and product of the examinee would end up in our various tertiary institutions and as such, we should be mindful of this process. Whatever level of preparation carried out by us towards the conduct of the 2017 examination, if it is not well supervised, it will not produce the kind of results we expect.

The Board is using this retreat to place a clarion call to all stakeholders to ensure that all hands are on deck to make the conduct of public examination better.

The conduct of the Board’s examination which is a selection examination is the foundation of the quality of education in Nigeria. In view of this, I urge you to see Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and your involvement as a call to national duty and personal sacrifice.

I therefore urge all stakeholders especially our tertiary institutions to be actively involved in the supervision of the Board’s examination which will at the end benefit all and boost the quality of candidates that will be admitted into various institutions.

No sacrifice in this regards would be too big or too small to make by you and all Nigerians, as no amount can be paid to you that is worth your integrity.

6.0 EXAMINATION SCHEDULES

A large number of candidates who register for the Board’s examination are those who are also taking their Senior School Certificate Examination. These candidates sit for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination usually need in March/April when they have not completed the syllabus of the public examinations. This contributes to some extent to the dismal performance of the candidates in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

What we have done this year is to ensure that the examination is scheduled in such a way that the candidates would be prepared and ready for both UTME and SSCE.

To achieve this, we met with other sister examination bodies and streamlined our timetables not only to ensure that candidates are prepared but also to avoid any clash of examination dates.

7.0 USE OF EIGHT KEYS WITHOUT A MOUSE

From the general feedback on the adoption of the Computer Based Test mode, we have noted the challenge of computer low level literacy of some candidates, especially with the phobia for the mouse. This has been responsible partly for the call by some people for reversal to the Paper and Pencil Test mode. In order to ensure equity and level playground for all candidates taking the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the Board has designed a system that will allow candidates use only eight (8) keys without the use of the mouse.

All the candidates need to do is to press the letters A,B,C,D for responses (answer) to questions and keys:
P = Previous question
N = Next question
S = Submit responses when candidate has finished examination
R = Reverse (do not intend to go further to submit again)

8.0 EQUAL DISTRIBUTION OF CANDIDATES TO CENTRES

Following the standardisation of the Computer Based Test (CBT) centres in terms of carrying capacity of two hundred and fifty (250), candidates would be distributed evenly to all centres without any discrimination. No Centre would be favoured and no Centre would be discriminated against.

The examination Schedule, Timetable and Sessions have all been designed, streamlined and syncronised for the examination to start and end on the same day, except otherwise dictated by the number of candidates in a few states with low subscription.

9.0 NEW TRAINING MANUAL, FORMS AND ORGANOGRAM OF EXAMINATION OFFICIALS

From this year, the Board has automated different reporting forms for examination officials. These forms have been reviewed such that they are now designed to be responsive to issues at centres to serve as a quick signal for both the examination and Centre situations.

A new structure has also been put in place for the administration of the examination. We have introduced officials such as the Chief External Examiners, Zonal External Examiners, External Examiners, Peace Monitors etc.

All these categories of officials and their roles would be explained in the presentation that would follow shortly after these introduction and opening remarks.

10.0 AFFIRMATIVE INCLUSIVENESS FOR THE BLIND CANDIDATES

Please permit me, once again to salute and appreciate my predecessors in office for all the efforts that they put in place to take the Board to its present height. In particular, we note their efforts, commitment and passion for the candidates with different ability, especially the blind candidates. A lot of resources is committed every year for the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination for the blind candidates.

Meanwhile, in order to amplify the past efforts and also expand the frontiers of equity and inclusiveness, we have met with the Executive Committee of the Association of Blind Persons in Nigeria at the Board’s Headquarters in Abuja in February 2017 and we also met with prospective blind candidates from a school for the blind in Lagos about two weeks ago at the University of Lagos. The outcome of these meetings revealed that, while the challenged group fully appreciates the Board’s recent efforts at improving and upgrading the facilities for the administration of the Board’s examination for the blind candidates, with the purchase of sophisticated and expensive Braille Apex equipment, the paradox of it, is that we have put majority of the blind candidates at a disadvantage as many of them have never been exposed to these latest gadgets in the various schools.

Though, the Board also made efforts at training the blind candidates on the equipment before the examination, it is apparent that the two days to one week training and exposure to the sophisticated gadgets are inadequate and have little impact on them before the examination. The Association pleaded that the Board takes another look at our approach in order to have value for the resources that we are committing to their teaching, learning and assessment.

Firstly after our interaction, the Board appealed to some universities and other tertiary institutions to admit all the blind candidates that met the minimum requirement for registration in the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and I am happy to inform this august gathering that all candidates who fall into this category have been admitted. I thank the Vice Chancellors and Provosts who graciously partnered with us to admit the blind candidates into their institutions.

Secondly, the Board has approached the Digital Bridge Institute to partner with it to set up Visually Impaired Candidates centres where the blind candidates can be trained all year round and which can also serve as examination centres for them. The Institute has agreed to set up these dedicated centres in Abuja, Lagos and Kano in 2018 and the Board will support the centres with all necessary inputs that would make teaching, learning and assessment at the centres seamless. The centres would also have residential accommodation for the blind candidates and their guides.

Thirdly, having noted the complaints of the Association and looking forward to 2018 when the project of dedicated centres would come to fruition, the Board has reached an understanding with the Association for the Blind Persons in Nigeria and Blind students in Lagos, that an abridged approach would be used for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, whereby, all prospective blind candidates would be invited to three centres in the country for special assessment in their subjects of choice that are relevant to their desired courses and programmes. The Board is reaching out to academics and counsellors in special education to handle this special assessment with each candidate.

The session would be interactive with the purview covering the Use of English and three subjects, just like the sighted candidate. The assessment would be scored and each candidate would be given his or her score. The outcome of the exercise and the ordinary level results in the Senior School Certificate Examination will form the basis for the recommendation of these candidates to the various tertiary institutions of their choices.

In addition, the Board shall be responsible for the transportation and accommodation of every blind candidate and one guide.

These affirmative actions of the Board for the differently abled persons are also part of our all-inclusive approach to all comers. Again and indeed, we are for everybody.

11.0 AWAITING RESULT

For the umpteenth time, I would want to use this opportunity to emphasize that awaiting result candidates are eligible to register and sit for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

However, they would not be considered for admission on awaiting result status. The Board urges all candidates desirous of admission to upload their O’ level results on the Board’s portal the moment they receive them and before the commencement of admission exercise as their O’ level results would form a crucial part of their registration requirements.

12.0 CONCLUSION

In conclusion, this retreat’s objective is hinged on sensitisation of key stakeholders and on your responsibilities, not only to the Board but to the Nigerian Nation and to also alert you to the readiness of the Board’s enhanced inclusiveness in our approach at reassuring you that we are on this journey together and together we shall succeed.

Let me again thank you all for honouring our invitation to be here today. Your sacrifice to participate and contribute to the fine-tuning of the supervision and evaluation of the Board’s examination are clear demonstration of your deep interest in the development of education in Nigeria.

We are determined to make a change with this examination as we are aware of the strategic role our examination plays in deciding the direction of tertiary education in Nigeria. We appeal to you all to give us the required support.

At the end the various remarks, presentations, interaction and comments, we shall be breaking into syndicate groups where each cluster would discuss in deeper details the expected roles and obligations of each examination official. The guiding principle would be to formulate ideas and map out strategies that would ensure the maintenance and sustenance of the integrity of the Board’s examination and the sanctity of its process.

Thank you.

Professor Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB registrar, delivered this at the strategic planning retreat on monitoring and supervision of 2017 UTME held at Arewa House, Kaduna.

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Full List of 286 Accredited CBT Centres Recommended for 2017 JAMB Registration

Accredited CBT Centres Recommended for 2017 JAMB Registration

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) last Monday commenced registration of candidates for its 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.

The exercise will be for a period of one month – March 20 to April 19, as against the previous three months period.

To assist candidates, parents and guardians in different parts of the country locate their nearest recommended CBT centre, DAILY POST has obtained the full list.. See below:

S/N Centre – State – Exam Town – Center Name

1 ABIA – ABA Bright Stars International Schools, 10/12, Ikpemaeze Street, UMUIKPO, Ariaria, Aba

2 ABIA – ABA Heritage and Infinity ICT Centre Aba, 4 Ezenwagbara Avenue off 279 Faulks Road, Aba

3 ABIA – ABA Temple Gate Polytechnic, Aba

4 ABIA – ABA Giant Immaculate School ICT Centre Aba, 48 Dikenafai Road off Ngwa Road by East, Aba

5 ABIA – ABA Golden Foundations Int’l School, No. 1, GFI Close, Off Ovurukwu Road, Umuobeke by 352 Port Harcourt Road

6 ABIA – ABA Unique Unibright INT’L SCH, No 152 faulks Road, Aba

7 ABIA – ABA JP FLINCT INT’L SCHOOL, 279/281 Umueze Road/Udeagbala rd, OSISIOMA, Aba

8 ABIA – EHERE Sound Base Academy, Ehere,Obingwa LGA, Umuahia

9 ABIA – OWERRI NTA Adventist Sec. Tech. College, Opp. Naval Base, Owerrinta

10 ABIA – UMUAHIA Clems Business Systems Ltd., Plot 111B, Eghem Layout, Along BCARD, Corporate Affairs Building Umuahia

11 ABIA – UMUAHIA Amable Nig. Limited, 7, Old Timber Road, Umuahia

12 ABIA – UTURU Gregory University,Uturu, Amaokwe Achara, Uturu

13 ABIA – UTURU Abia State University Uturu

14 ADAMAWA – YOLA ALIYU MUSTAFA ACADEMY, ICT CENTRE, 19-21 BABOSE STREET, UPPER LUGGERE WARD, JIMETA-YOLA

15 AKWA IBOM – IKOT-AKPAN Gateway S. Academy, Ikot Akpa, Ukanafun, Akwa Ibom State

16 AKWA IBOM – UYO Kemegold Nig. Ltd., Aka Community Model School, Behind Akwa-Ibom State Police Headquarters, Along Aka Road, Uyo

17 ANAMBRA – AWKA Grafil Computers Limited, Grafil House, High Tension Road, Opp. Thrillers Fast Food, Arooma Junction, Awka

18 ANAMBRA – AWKA Integral Development Konsut, 18/28, Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, Awka

19 ANAMBRA – IFITEDUNU Emkenlyn Computers, Nneamaka Secondary School, Ifitedunu, Dunukofia LGA

20 ANAMBRA – OKPUNO Community Education Resource Centre, adjacent to Community School, Okpuno, Anambra State

21 ANAMBRA – ONITSHA Versity Comprehensive Sec. School, 119/120A Obodoukwu Rd., Okpoko

22 ANAMBRA – ONITSHA Obidon Systematic Computer Institute, No. 4 Ibekwe Street off Awka Road Onitsha, Anambra State

23 ANAMBRA – ONITSHA Eastern Academy, Upper Iweka, Onitsha

24 ANAMBRA – ONITSHA ST. RITA INNOVATIVE INSTITUTE, PLOT C8/C9 NIGER BRIDGE HEAD LAYOUT, HOUSING ESTATE FEGGE, ONITSHA

25 BAUCHI – BAUCHI DOLPHIN MARIA COLLEGE, SUNDAY AWONIYI ROAD, NEW G.R.A BAUCHI

26 BAUCHI – BAUCHI AL-FURQUAN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY, ALONG BAUCHI-DASS ROAD, NEW GRA, BAUCHI

27 BAUCHI – BAUCHI FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC,ALONG DASS ROAD, GWALLAMEJI, BAUCHI

28 BAUCHI – BAUCHI GIWO SCIENCE ACADEMY, ALONG NINGI-KANO ROAD, BAUCHI

29 BAUCHI – BAUCHI IQRQ’A SCIENCE ACADEMY

30 BAUCHI – TAFAWA BALEWA PRESENTATION BROTHERS SECONDARY SCHOOL, TAFAWA BALEWA

31 BAYELSA – YENEGOA Predesaf International College, Predesaf College Close, Off Ovouh Street, By Referral Hospital, Yenegwe-Epie, Yenagoa

32 BENUE – GBOKO Excellent International College, Gboko

33 BENUE – KATSINA-ALA Information and Communication Tech Centre, College of Education, Katsina-Ala

34 BENUE – MAKURDI Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi., ETC Centre, Makurdi

35 BENUE – MAKURDI Our Lady of Mount Camel College, km 5, Naka Road, Makurdi

36 BENUE – OTUKPO CBT Center, opp Beco Filling Station, Markurdi Rd., Otukpo, Benue State

37 BORNO – MAIDUGURI University of Maiduguri, ETC Centre 2, Bama Road, Maiduguri

38 BORNO – MAIDUGURI Kashim Ibrahim College of Education, Jos/Kano Road, Maiduguri

39 BORNO – MAIDUGURI University of Maiduguri, ETC Centre 1, Bama Road, Maiduguri

40 CROSS RIVER – AKAMKPA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AKAMKPA CROSS RIVER STATE

41 CROSS RIVER – CALABAR Zero Limit, No. 1, Barracks Road, Calabar

42 CROSS RIVER – CALABAR University of Calabar, Calabar, E-Library, Cross River State

43 CROSS RIVER – OBUDU Federal College of Education, ICT Complex/ Computer Science Blocks, Obudu

44 CROSS RIVER – OGOJA BEEPS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED, SCH. OF NURSING, HOSPITAL RD., IGOLI, OGOJA

45 CROSS RIVER – UGEP GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL

46 CROSS RIVER – UGEP UNIBRIGHT COMPUTER CENTRE UGEP CROSS RIVER STATE

47 DELTA – ABRAKA DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ELECTRONIC EXAM CENTRE A, CAMPUS 3, ABRAKA

48 DELTA – ABRAKA DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, DIGITAL CENTRE, ABRAKA

49 DELTA – ABRAKA DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ELECTRONIC EXAM CENTRE B, CAMPUS 3, ABRAKA

50 DELTA – EFFURUN Petroleum Training Institute, Effurun

51 DELTA – KWALE PRIME VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE, KWALE

52 DELTA – OGWASHI-UKUDELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OGWASHI-UKU

53 DELTA – OVWIAN Holy Ghost International School, Izomo Road, Off DSC Expressway, Ovwian, Udu LGA

54 DELTA – UGHELLI Micheal and Cecilia Ibru University(MCIU), Ibru village Agbarha-Otor ​U​ghelli,​ ​Delta state

55 DELTA – WARRI BENCHILL SCHOOLS, NO. 1, DN DUDU CLOSE, OFF EMIKO CLOSE, WARRI

56 EBONYI – AFIKPO SAINT MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH, BISHOP MCGETTRICKS GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL, AFIKPO, EBONYI STATE

57 EBONYI – EZZAMMGBO COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY,​ ​135, EZZAMMGBO OHAUKWU LGA, EZZAMMGO

58 EBONYI – Ikwo Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo

59 EBONYI – OKPOTO EVANGEL UNIVERSITY, KM 48 ENUGU – ABAKALIKI EXPRESSWAY, (EVANGEL CAMP) OKPOTO

60 EDO – AFUZE DIICT Nigeria, Ase Secondary School Afuze, Edo State

61 EDO – AUCHI Success Comprehensive College, 8, Ekhei Girls School Road, Auchi

62 EDO – BENIN Gateway Edutech & Multiconcept, 177, 1st East Circular Road, By Sapele Road, Opp. Mrs Filing Station, Benin City

63 EDO – BENIN El-Shaddai Foundation Montessori School, 113B, 2nd Str., Oregbeni Housing Estate, Ikpoba Hill, Benin City

64 EDO – EKPOMA Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, e-Library Hall A and B, Ekpoma

65 EDO – EKPOMA MOUNT CARMEL SECONDARY SCHOOL, ALONG AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERS​I​TY, PART TIME CAMPUS, EMAUDO, EKPOMA,

66 EDO – IGUEBEN College of Education, Igueben, Edo State

67 EDO – IRRUA Ideal Secondary Schools, Abokhae Quarters, Irrua, Edo State

68 EDO – UROMI Lumen Christi International High School, Uromi

69 EDO – UROMI CYBERLINK DIGITAL WORLD HOLY TRINITY SECONDARY SCHOOL, (ICT CENTRE), UROMI

70 EKITI – ADO-EKITI Ekiti Anglican Dioceasan High School, Ile Abiye Premises, Ilawe Road, Ado-Ekiti

71 EKITI – ADO-EKITI Ekiti State University, ICT Centre, Iworoko Road, Ado-Ekiti

72 EKITI – ADO-EKITI Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti, Digital Library, Ado-Ekiti

73 EKITI – IGEDE-EKITI MATER CHRISTI GIRLS HIGH SCH, IGEDE EKITI, CBT CENTRE

74 EKITI – IJERO-EKITI College of Health Sciences & Technology, Ijero Ekiti

75 EKITI – Ikere-EKITI College of Education, Computer Resource Centre (CCRC) , Ikere-Ekiti

76 EKITI – Omuooke-Ekiti St. Silas Anglican Secondary School, Omuooke-Ajowa Road, Omuooke-Ekiti

77 EKITI – OYE-EKITI FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, MAYEGUN STREET, AYEDE JUNCTION, OYE-EKITI, EKITI STATE

78 EKITI – ADO-EKITI PHEONIX CBT CENTRE, PHEONIX BUILDING, BLOCK A, BESIDE UBE OFFICE, OKURUMEH ESTATE, AJEBAMIDELE, IKERE ROAD

79 ENUGU – ENUGU Chris-Tech Computer School, 76 Nike Rd., Abakpa By liberty Bus-stop, Enugu

80 ENUGU – ENUGU FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, ENUGU

81 ENUGU – ENUGU Stalwart Computers 5 Cathedral Drive (Old Nicon Insurrance House) Independent Layout, Enugu

82 ENUGU – ENUGU AFRIHUB ICT Centre, Institute of Management of Technology, Campus 2, Independence Layout, Enugu

83 ENUGU – ENUGU ST.THERESA CATHOLIC CENTRE, MMAKU

84 ENUGU – ENUGU Foretrust Digital Consulting Ltd, Plot 63A, Premier Layout, Ogui Nike, Enugu

85 ENUGU – ENUGU UNI OF NIGERIA, ENUGU CAMPUS, CBT TETFUND CENTER, ENUGU

86 ENUGU – NGWO M-Chips Link Computers Nig. Ltd., Ngwo

87 ENUGU – NSUKKA Bellsoft Technologies Limited, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Department of Economics

88 ENUGU – NSUKKA University of Nigeria, MTN Library, Nsukka

89 ENUGU – NSUKKA University of Nigeria Nsukka, Digital Library, Nsukka

90 ENUGU – NSUKKA PRINCE COMPUTER SCH LTD,OFULONU ROAD NSUKKA

91 ENUGU – NSUKKA Elco ICT, Bishop Shanaham Nursing School, Nsukka

92 FCT – BWARI Computer Based Test (CBT) Centre, Vertas University, Abuja

93 FCT – BWARI JAMB CBT Centre, JAMB Headquarters, Along Law School Road, Bwari Abuja

94 FCT – GARKI Global Distance Learning Institute (GDL), Plot 825, Ralph Shodehinde Street, Off Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja

95 FCT – KARU BAPTIST ACADEMY ICT OLDCHIEF PALACE KARU FCT ABUJA

96 FCT – KUJE Islamic Leadership Academy, Behind Forest Zone, Kuje, FCT Abuja

97 FCT – KWALI Victory International Institute of Theology & Education, Km 70, Abuja-Lokoja Expessway, Kwali

98 FCT – MAITAMA Chamscity/Sascon CBT 2, 2nd floor, Sasaon International School, 19A Yesdseam Street, Maitama

99 FCT UTAKO Digital Bridge Institute, 8, P.O.W Nafem Crescent, OFF Solomon Lar Way, Utako

100 FCT – ZUBA Unique College, Runji Zuba, Bwari Area Council, Abuja, FCT

101 GOMBE – BAJOGA Government Comprehensive Day Secondary School, Near Emir Palace, Bajoga, Gombe State

102 GOMBE – DUKKU Dukku Community Science Secondary Computer Lab, DARAZO ROAD, OPP. DUKKU GRA, Dukku LGA

103 GOMBE – GOMBE COMMUNITY EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTRE GOMBE TASHAR DUKKU BEHIND MUSABA HOSPITAL

104 GOMBE – GOMBE GOFCECON-Computer Lab, Federal College of Education Tech., Gombe

105 IMO – IDEATO Oxford Computer Institute, Shop 2-4 St. Peters Ang. Church shopping Complex, Orie Akokwa

106 IMO – IDEATO Prestige World Computer, Urualla Civic Centre, Ideato

107 IMO – IDEATO Young Stars Computer Training College, Umuopia – Akokwa, Ideato North

108 IMO – MBAISE Pope John Paul 11 Model School, Umunagbo Ihitte Ezinihite Mbaise

109 IMO – NEKEDE Federal Polytechnic, PTDF ICT Centre, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State Ctr 1

110 IMO – NEMPI ORU WEST St. Joseph Catholic Church School, Nempi Oru West

111 IMO – OWERRI Federal University of Technology, Owerri

112 IMO – UMUAGWO Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo, Imo State CTR 1

113 IMO – UMUAGWO Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo, Imo State CTR 2

114 JIGAWA – HADEJIA Binyaminu Usman College of Agriculture, Hadejia

115 KADUNA – Shimen Global Concept Ltd., Piety High School, Beside Gwamna Awan General Hospital, Airforce Road, Kakuri, Kaduna

116 KADUNA – Kaduna Polytechnic, BTS Main Campus, Tudun Wada, Kaduna

117 KADUNA – Kaduna Kaduna Science Academy, No.10A Ohinoyi Rd., By Engr. Abubakar Lawal Crescent, Off Sultan Rd, U/Rimi GRA, Kaduna

118 KADUNA – Kaduna White House Computers ltd, 20/21 Airforce Road, Kakuri, Kaduna

119 KADUNA – Kaduna Bethel Baptist High School, 6, Kachia Road, Damishi, Kujama, Kaduna

120 KADUNA – Kaduna El-Khalil (ICT) Limited, 17A, Attahiru Road, Malali, Kaduna

121 KADUNA – KADUNA Gray’s International College, Permanent Site, Off Airport Road Kaduna.

122 KADUNA – Kaduna Bostal Training Institute, Barnawa, Kaduna, Kaduna State

123 KADUNA – Zaria Zaria Institute of Information Tech. (ZIIT) No. 19, Behind Eid Praying Ground, Along Kaduna Road, Zaria

124 KADUNA – Zaria Zaria Academy, 10, Zaria-Funtua Road, Shika, Zaria

125 KADUNA – Zaria Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Kaduna-Zaria Road, Zaria

126 KADUNA – Zaria Madalla Secondary School, 74 Dikko Road, Tudun Wada, Zaria

127 KANO – BICHI Makama School of Technology No. 34-35 Iguda and sanbo House Tsohuwar Tasha, Bichi, Kano State

128 KANO KANO MS World ICT Computer Technology Limited, 26, Audu Bako Way, Kano

129 KANO – KANO Amnet Institute of Information Technology, No. 13C, Hauren Shanu Near Zone 1 Police H/Q Before Kofar Gadon Gadankaya, Kano State

130 KANO – KANO Federal College of Education, Kano, Kabuga, Kofar famfo, Kano

131 KANO – KANO NCC JAMB CBT Centre, Beside National Centre for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education, Farawa, Kano State

132 KANO – KANO Rainbow Digital Technology, No. 2 Gwarzo Road, Beside A.S Maro, Ungogo LGA,

133 KANO – KANO SMS ICT Institute of Training LTD., No. 84 Nomansland by Airport Road, Opposite Chediya Uku Kano

134 KANO – KANO Pretentious ICT Investment Ltd., Torey Home Junction (GIDAN kureme), Along Shara Kasua, Kano

135 KANO – KANO Overone Consult and Investment Limited Kano, 3 Atiku Abubakar/Gansun Albassa Road, Kano

136 KANO – KANO Pioneers ICT Nigeria Limited, 3-4 Gidan Saude, Beside First Bank, Zoo Road, Kano

137 KANO – KANO The Light College,No.2, Danshekara, Opp. Police College and No.3 Danagundi GRA, Kano

138 KANO – KANO Bayero University (BUK), PTDF Block, Old site Buk Road, Kano

139 KANO – KANO MSK Communication and wireless Limited, Kano, 13A Airport Road, Kano

140 KANO – KANO Bayero University, Kano, IGR Leaning Centre, Old Campus, Kano State

141 KATSINA – DAURA Yusuf Bala Usman College of Legal and General Studies, Daura

142 KATSINA – KATSINA AL-QALAM UNIVERSITY KATSINA, DUTSINMA ROAD KATSINA

143 KATSINA – KATSINA HASSAN USMAN KATSINA POLYTECHNIC DUTSINMA ROAD, KATSINA.

144 KATSINA – KATSINA DIALOGUE COMPUTER INSTITUTE, 14 BAYA JIDDA ROAD OFF OLD GOVT. HOUSE GRA, KATSINA

145 KATSINA – KATSINA UMARU MUSA YARADUA UNIVERSITY, PTDF Computer Centre, Katsina.

146 KATSINA – KATSINA BARDA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, NEAR GRA GENERAL MOSQUE, KATSINA

147 KATSINA – KATSINA UMARU MUSA YARADUA UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Natural & Applied Sciences, Dutsinma Rd.

148 KOGI – AJAOKUTA 2 Streams Integrated Services Ltd. CBT Centre, Ajaokuta Comprehensive School 1, Ajaokuta

149 KOGI – LOKOJA AL-AZHAR INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE ZANGO DAJI

150 KOGI – LOKOJA YABMA INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE ACADEMY, HON. YAKUBU YUNUSA AVENUE, 500 HOUSING UNITS, GANAJA ROAD, LOKOJA

151 KOGI – LOKOJA Getrid Integrated Resources Ltd, Government, Secondary School, Lokoja

152 KOGI – OKENE S & J EL-LATEEF AND HASSY COMPUTER INSTITUTE, IHIMA COMMUNITY SCIENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL, (ICSSS), IHIMA

153 KWARA – ERIN-ILE Midland cafe, 245 Elerin Way, Erin-Ile, Kwara State 154 KWARA ILORIN University of Ilorin, ETC Centre, Ilorin, kwara State CTR 2

155 KWARA – ILORIN Kwara College Of Education,ilorin 156 KWARA ILORIN Effective International College, Unilorin Permanent Site Road, Tanke, Ilorin

157 KWARA – ILORIN University of Ilorin, CBT Centre, Ilorin, kwara State CTR 1

158 KWARA – ILORIN UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN CBT CENTRE ILORIN KWARA STATE CENTRE 3

159 KWARA – LAFIAGI Kwara State College of Education (Technical), Lafiagi CTR1

160 LAGOS – ABULE EGBA TimeOn Kairos Educational & Vacational Institute, 326, Abeokuta Expressway, Super/Cele Bus Stop, Oko Oba Via Abule Egba, Lagos

161 LAGOS – AGEGE LUFEM SYSTEMS LTD,64 OKO OBA ROAD AGEGE LAGOS, LAGOS STATE

162 LAGOS – ANTHONY VILLAGE Risk Global Business Cons Limited, Olatunde Ayoola Avenue, Beside Green Spring Sch. Anthony Village, Lagos

163 LAGOS – ANTHONY VILLAGE DALEWARE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 31-33 BODE THOMAS RD., OFF SHYLLON STR., PALM GROOVE, LAGOS CENTRE II

164 LAGOS – ANTHONY VILLAGE DALEWARE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 31-33 BODE THOMAS RD., OFF SHYLLON STR., PALM GROOVE, LAGOS

165 LAGOS – ANTHONY VILLAGE Huntville Technology Limited, 4 ayanboye str. Faramobi Ajike by GTBank Anthony Lagos

166 LAGOS – AYOBO New Ocean Comprehensive High School, 70/72, Alaja Road, Megida, Ayobo, Lagos State

167 LAGOS – EBUTE-METTA BRAINPOINT COLLEGE 98 ONDO STREET BY OKOBABA EBUTE-METTA EAST, LAGOS

168 LAGOS – EGBE Bafuto Computer and Secretarial School Egbe, No. 62 Ikotu/Isolo Road, Ile-Iwe Bus stop Egbe, Lagos State

169 LAGOS – EGBE Rising Sun High School, 16, Okonji Str, Cele B/stop, Agodo-Egbe

170 LAGOS – EPE Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, Epe, Cente II

171 LAGOS – EPE Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, Epe

172 LAGOS – FESTAC Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology Administration, 7th Avenue, Opposite K Close, Festac Town

173 LAGOS – IJEGUN TFL Global Computer and career Centr​e​, Plot 260, Ijegun Road, Prince Bus stop, Ijegun

174 LAGOS – IKORODU ZEEKAY SCHOOLS 2 HOME OF GRACE STREET AGBEDE IKORODU

175 LAGOS – IKORODU Balad Private Schools, I, Obafemi Street, Abule Alfa Bus Stop Near Ori-Okuta Junction Off Island Road, Ikorodu

176 LAGOS – IKORODU Top Ville College, Ikorodu

177 LAGOS – IKORODU Difas College, Akeeb Adewunmi Street, Behind Farm Settlement Community, Primary School, Odogunyan, Ikorodu

178 LAGOS – IKOTUN Oke-Oluwa Comprehensive College, 14-16 Tunde Gbadegesin Street, Okerube, Lagos

179 LAGOS – IKOTUN Sweet Valley Educational Services, 18-22 Mike Anison Close, Off Governor Road, Ikotun

180 LAGOS – ILUPEJU ETC Nigeria Limited, 229 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju, Centre 1, Lagos State

181 LAGOS – ILUPEJU ETC Nigeria Limited, 229 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju, Centre 2, Lagos State

182 LAGOS – LEKKI Funlearn Mind Builder Ltd., 12A, Fatai Arobieke Street Off Admiralty Way, (By Tantalizers) Lekki Phase 1

183 LAGOS – LEKKI Resogate Hall School, Southern View Estate, Ollugborogun Village, Opp. Chevron Beside 2nd Toll-gat​e​, Ikota

184 LAGOS – MAGBON The Certified Institute of Shipping, Magbon Bus stop, Badagry expressway, Lagos

185 LAGOS – OJO RICHYTORCH COMPUTER INST.& TRAINING CENTER, 35 IGBO- ELERIN ROAD, BESIDE MOBIL OKOKO, OJO

186 LAGOS – OKE-ARO Gods Power International College, Oke-Aro, No. 10 Ajayi Crescent by Ajayi Busstop, Oke-Aro, Lagos State

187 LAGOS – SOMOLU Southfield College, 92, Olurunkemi Street, Pedro Ladi, Lak Road, Somolu

188 LAGOS – SURULERE Knowledge Ware Technologies, 87, Itire Road, Ojuelegba

189 LAGOS – SURULERE Duntro High School, 15, Oremeji Street, By Immam Ihanni, Ijeshatedo, Surulere

190 LAGOS – SURULERE Grace Polytechnic, No. 9, Joseph Shyngle Close, Surulere

191 LAGOS – YABA Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos State Ctr II

192 LAGOS – YABA Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos State Ctr I

193 NASARAWA – DOMA SKY CITY CBT CENTRE LIMITED,ST JOHN BOSCO SEC. SCHOOL, DOMA, NASARAWA

194 NASARAWA – GARAKU ST.Peter College, GARAKU

195 NASARAWA – KARU Bingham University, ALONG KEFFI-ABUJA EXPRESSWAY, AUTA-BALEFI, New Karu

196 NASARAWA – KARU SOLID Fundamentals Montessori Academy, Off km 28, Abuja/Keffi Road, Karu L.G.A.

197 NASARAWA – KARU RISEWISE CBT,Triton Internation Sch, Km 21, Keffi-Abuja Express Rd, Kuchika, Karu LGA.

198 NASARAWA – LAFIA Federal University, Lafia, Lafia

199 NASARAWA – LAFIA Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia, Ombi 1, Jos Road, Lafia

200 NASARAWA – LAFIA JOFAG International College, Tofa Road, Off Makurdi Road, Lafia

201 NASARAWA – MARARABA Aunty Alice Schools, 48, Aunty Alice School Road, Mararaba, Karu LGA

202 NASARAWA – MASAKA GOD’S OWN SCHOLARS ACADEMY, Angwansoja, Area1, Masaka

203 NASARAWA – NEW NYANYA Uzyadic Computer Institute, along abuja-keffi express way, opposite 110 Bar New Nyanya,karu LG

204 NIGER – MINNA NCC JAMB CBT Centre, 3 Arms Zone, Maitumbi, Beside JAMB Office, Minna

205 NIGER – MINNA Jummai Aliyu Babangida Development Centre (JABDC), Stadium Road, Minna

206 NIGER – MINNA FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECH., ELECTRONIC TEST CENTRE, GIDAN KWANO CAMPUS, MINNA

207 NIGER – MINNA Niger state College of Education CBT, Minna

208 NIGER – SULEJA Bishop James Yisa Memorial School, BJY ROAD, Kwamba, Suleja

209 NIGER – ZUNGERU Niger State Polytechnic, ZUNGERU-BIDA ROAD, Zungeru

210 OGUN – ABEOKUTA Kindle E-Learning Centre, Opp Taidob College, Asero Goshen Estate, Asero, Abeokuta

211 OGUN – ABEOKUTA Dof CBT Centre, Opposite Rock City Radio, Goshen Estate, Asero, Abeokuta

212 OGUN – ABEOKUTA Pinnacle Royal College, Ilupeju – Idiya Rounder, Abeokuta

213 OGUN – ABEOKUTA Federal College Of Education, Abeokuta, E-Library, Osiele, Abeokuta

214 OGUN – ABEOKUTA Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ibara, Abeokuta

215 OGUN – AGO IWOYE Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ago Iwoye

216 OGUN – AKUTE BLuefied Academy, 2, Bola Oshikoya Street, Alagbole by Akute Road, Lagos State CTR 2

217 OGUN – AKUTE Bluefied Academy, 2, Bola Oshikoya Street, Alagbole by Akute Road, Lagos State CTR 1

218 OGUN – IBAFO Huntsville Technology Ltd., Christower Int’l School, 14/16, Agboola Street, Off Lagos-Ibadan Expressway (Oremeji Bus stop) Ibafo

219 OGUN – IBEFUN International College, Ibefun, Km 12, Lagos/Ijebu Ode Road, Ogun State. CTR 2

220 OGUN – IBEFUN International College, Ibefun, Km 12, Lagos/Ijebu Ode Road, Ogun State. CTR 1

221 OGUN – IGBESA Gateway Polytechnic, (Now Ogun State Institute of Technology)​ ​Oba Adesola Market Road, Igbesa, AdoOdo/Ota LG

222 OGUN – IGBESA Crawford University, Igbesa, ICT Centre, Kilometre 8, Atan-Agbara Road, Faith City, Igbesa

223 OGUN – ITORI DS ADEGBENRO ICT Polytechnic, Itori, Lagos – Abeokuta Express Way, Itori-Ewekoro, Ogun State

224 OGUN – OKE-MOSAN National Open University of Nigeria, Opposite NNPC Mega Station, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta

225 OGUN – OKE-MOSAN GATEWAY ICT LTD,SOUTHWEST RESOURCE CENTRE OKE-MOSAN, ABEOKUTA SOUTH

226 OGUN – OSOSA Tai Solarin University of Education, Ososa Campus, Ososa

227 OGUN – OTA Covenant University, KM 10, IDIROKO ROAD, Ota

228 ONDO – AKUNGBA ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY ICT CENTRE 1, AKUNGBA AKOKO, ONDO STATE

229 ONDO – AKUNGBA ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY ICT CENTRE 2, AKUNGBA AKOKO, ONDO STATE

230 ONDO – AKURE THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, DIGITAL RESOURCE &RESEARCH, CENTRE 1, OBANLA, AKURE

231 ONDO – AKURE THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, DIGITAL RESOURCE &RESEARCH, CENTRE 2, OBANLA, AKURE

232 ONDO – AKURE Hollaram Educational Services,Ondo state Library Board Complex, Beside St.Peter Unity Secondary School, Oyemekun Road, Akure,

233 ONDO – ONDO ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OFF ONDO-ORE ROAD, ONDO STATE

234 ONDO – NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATIONAL PLANING & ADMINISTRATION, KM 3, LAJE ROAD, OFF ONDO-ORE ROAD VIA MEDICAL VILLAGE

235 ONDO – OWO Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, ICT Directorate, KM 4, Akure-Benin Express way, Owo.

236 OSUN – EDE Federal Polytechnic Ede, South Campus, CBT Centre, Ede

237 OSUN – EDE Adeleke University, Ede, CBT Centre, Ede

238 OSUN – ESA-OKE Osun State College of Technology,ICT Resource Centre. Esa-Oke, Osun State

239 OSUN – IKEJI-ARAKEJI Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji

240 OSUN – ILA-ORANGUN Osun State College of Education, E-Library, Ila-Orangun

241 OSUN – ILE-IFE Obafemi Awolowo University, ICT Hall B, Ile-Ife

242 OSUN ILE-IFE Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Cloud Computing Auditorium Ile-Ife

243 OSUN ILE-IFE Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, ICT Hall A, Ile-Ife

244 OSUN – ILESA Christ the King Academy SCH LTD (C.K.C.) ILESA,BML 1 AYENI CRESCENT OMI ASORO,vILESA

245 OSUN – ILESA Osun State College of Education, Along Ibodi-Ife Road, Ilesa

246 OSUN – OSOGBO AITECH-ATMAN ICT Center, Block Y Commercial OSPDC, Oroki Estate, Ilobu road, Osogbo

247 OSUN – OSOGBO Kunike International School, Oke-Ijetu, Off Ilesa Garage, Osogbo

248 OYO – EJIOKU Valiants Havilah Schools, Government Tech College Road, Ejioku, Iwo Road

249 OYO – IBADAN University of Ibadan ETC Centre, Ibadan

250 OYO – IBADAN Maxx Braine CBT Center. School Of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan

251 OYO – IBADAN The Polytechnic, Ibadan, ICT Centre, Ibadan, Oyo State

252 OYO – IBADAN University of Ibadan, Distance Learning CBT Centre, 1500 Seater, Off Ajibode, Sasa Road, Ibadan

253 OYO – IBADAN West-midland Communication Limited, Adebayo Akande Hall, Ajibode, Ibadan

254 OYO – IBADAN Educational Advancement Centre, 45 Awolowo Avenue, Bodija, Ibadan

255 OYO – IGBO-ORA Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, Igbo-Ora, Oyo State

256 OYO – OGBOMOSHO Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, CBT Centre 2, Ogbomoso

257 OYO – OGBOMOSHO Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, CBT Centre 1, Ogbomoso

258 OYO – OYO Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo

259 OYO – OYO Federal College of Education (special) Oyo, e-library, Centre 1, Oyo State

260 OYO – SAKI The Oke Ogun Polytechnic, Saki

261 PLATEAU JOS Glinks Communication & Solid Trust Computer World Ltd., Rochas Foundation College, Old Airport Road, Jos

262 PLATEAU JOS Saint Lois College, Joseph Gomwalk Road, Jos, Plateau State

263 PLATEAU JOS Al-Iman School,No. 3, Dogon Dutse, Jos

264 PLATEAU JOS Federal College of Forestry, Bauchi Road, Opposite Bauchi Motor Park, Jos

265 PLATEAU – JOS Biodira Multi Biz Concept, 54, Murtala Muhammed Way, Jos

266 PLATEAU – PANKSHIN College of Education, Panshin Centre 2

267 PLATEAU – PANKSHIN Federal College of Education, Jos-Panshin Road, Pankshin

268 RIVERS – CHOBA University of Port Harcourt, Choba

269 RIVERS – IRIEBE ACE International Training Centre, Plot 1 Location Road, Km 17, PH/Aba Expressway by Tap Bus stop, Iriebe, Port Harcourt

270 RIVERS – PORT HARCOURT Paragon City Light College, 6 Paradise Street, NDDC Road. Off C.O.E Iwofe Road, Opp. ONAVA Filling Station, Port Harcourt

271 RIVERS – PORT HARCOURT Redemption Montessori International School

272 SOKOTO – SOKOTO Sokoto State University CBT Centre, Sokoto State

273 SOKOTO – SOKOTO Usmanu DanFodiyo University, Sokoto, CBN Hall, Main Campus, Sokoto

274 SOKOTO – SOKOTO Baytumaun CBT Centre, Nagata College, Sokoto, Sokoto State

275 SOKOTO – SOKOTO Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University, Sokoto, ICT Centre, Main Campus, Sokoto

276 SOKOTO – SOKOTO Sokoto State Polytechnic, Sokoto, Sokoto State

277 SOKOTO – SOKOTO SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ALONG BIRNIN KEBBI ROAD, FARFARU AREA SOKOTO

278 TARABA JALINGO Winners Comprehensive High School, Beside Jolly Nyame Stadium, Jalingo, Taraba State

279 TARABA – JALINGO Taraba State University, Jalingo

280 TARABA – JALINGO College of Education, Consultancy Services, Jalingo

281 TARABA – ZING College of education, Mayo-Belwa-Yola Road, Zing, Taraba State

282 YOBE – DAMATURU Yobe State University, Damaturu

283 YOBE – POTISKUM Federal College of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Virtual Library Mohammed Idrissa Way, Potiskum

284 ZAMFARA – GUSAU ZAMFARA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE (ZACAS), ALONG SOKOTO ROAD,GUSAU

285 ZAMFARA – GUSAU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL), ALONG ZARIA ROAD, GUSAU

286 ZAMFARA – MARU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ALONG SOKOTO ROAD, MARU

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20,000 Candidates Registers For Jamb’s UTME in Two Days

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB commenced the 2017 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examination, UTME registration on Monday, its spokesperson Dr Fabian Benjamin yesterday said the Board has within two days registered 20,000 candidates.

He disclosed this in a chat with the media, in response to complaints made by some candidate who claimed they were finding it difficult to register in the centres accredited in Lagos state.

Benjamin said: “JAMB is expecting about two million candidates to register for this year’s UTME across the country within the allowed period of March 20 to April 19.
“About 20,000 have successfully registered in two days.
‘’I am not aware that UTME centres in Lagos are finding it difficult to register candidates.’’

Meanwhile, many accredited centres in Lagos who were yet to commence registration of candidates as at Tuesday attributed the difficulty to lack of JAMB code.
Out of the 600 accredited CBT centres in the country, Lagos has 39.

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NYSC Launches Mobile App To Give Corps Members Access To Funds

NYSC Mobile APP

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has launched a mobile application that will enable corps members access funds after the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurial Development (SAED) programme put in place by the scheme.

 

The Director General of the scheme, Brigadier General Sule Kazaure, who launched the application at a stakeholders meeting in Abuja, recently, said the application would enable corps members to engage partners that would create funds to support their skill acquisition services.

Kazaure said the exercise was borne out of the need for the scheme to contribute towards eradication of graduate unemployment, especially after their service year.

“Through the programme, the NYSC scheme has successfully equipped thousands of corps members with vocational skills and developed their entrepreneurial capacity leading to the establishment of over 70,000 businesses by our corps beneficiaries across the country,” he said

Kazaure, however lamented that the achievements made so far under the SAED were still plagued with insufficient funding and lack of skill training centres among others.

He appealed to stakeholders like the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Bank of Industry (BOI) to explore common grounds and the frontiers of partnership, enlarge the capacity of the SAED programme and provide more funding opportunities for the corps entrepreneurs.

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Authorities Made Special Provision for Blind Candidates For UTME Exam

The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, says prospective blind candidates for UTME will write this year’s examination by interactive mode.

Oloyede said this while addressing some blind candidates from the Bethesda Home for the Blind on the sideline of the board’s stakeholders’ meeting with CBT centre owners on Monday in Lagos.

The registrar said that because of the insufficient number of the Braille Note Apex machine normally used by blind, the board has resolved to conduct the examination for them through interaction.

“This year, we are going to interact with you. We will not be using the Braille Note Apex.

”Once you fill the forms, we are going to group all of you nationwide into three zones, Lagos, Kano and Abuja and during the examination, experts will interact with you on the various subject.

“As a result of this development you will not be taking Mathematics in this year’s examination.

“The experts will have discussions with you, assess you on the various subjects (except Mathematics) and score you over 400 and then give us your scores,’’ he explained to the already excited blind candidates.

“We know it is going to cost the board a lot because we are bringing experts from diverse subject areas to interact with them for this 2017 examination only, but at the same time, very equitable as well as inclusive,’’ he said.

According to the registrar, it is necessary for the blind candidates to take the examination through this mode because they had not been adequately trained on how to handle the Braille machines for the examination.

He added that it would be unfair for the impaired candidates to be subjected to use the machines even when they had not been adequately trained on how to use them.

“As you know, they do not have the capacity to use these machines and exposing them to it just 24 to 48 hours before the examination does not reflect equity.

“Henceforth we will place emphasis on training all prospective blind candidates nationwide for about two weeks on the use of the Braille Note Apex machine before the commencement of our examinations.

“Before next year’s examination, all prospective blind candidates for UTME would have gone through residential training on the ticket of JAMB.

”We are not asking them to pay or do anything. They will pay the normal fees for the examination and then train them, whether they want to sit for UTME or not, as long as they are in their final year.

“This will make it easy for them to use the machines,’’ he said.

He called on state governments to assist the blind students in their respective states by procuring the Braille Note Apex in order to serve as an added advantage to their training Oloyede added that there would be a centre in each of the states for the training and hence the need to encourage the state governments to acquire the machines.

He added that the machines costs not less than N1.5 million each; adding that every government that believed in the development of the youth and the nation at large should be able to afford as many as possible.

”We have found out too that some of the blind candidates do not perform optimally in our examination because they are not properly exposed to the machines.

“That is the main reason why we want to suspend the use of the machine for this year’s examination and opt for the interactive mode.

“As soon as we get more of the machines, we will continue with the Braille note Apex CBT.”

He said the Digital Bridge Institute has given the board assurance that from next year, will acquire sufficient machines for the training of these candidates before and during the examination.

He said currently only 20 of the machines were at the disposal of the board and would not be enough to cater for the over 200 blind candidates nationwide that would be taking the examination tin May.

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How To Check NECO Nov/Dec 2016 Results

Steps to Check 2016 NECO GCE Result.

1. Go to NECO result portal Click HERE or Visit http://www.mynecoexams.com/results/default.aspx
2. Select your examination type i.e. Nov/Dec
3. Select your year of examination i.e. 2016
4. Enter the result checking scratch card PIN number in the required column
5, Enter your examination number
6 Click on Check My Result button to access your 2016 NECO GCE result.

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JAMB To Begin Sale Of 2017 UTME Forms

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB has announced that it would soon commence the sale of the application form for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

 

The Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, who made this announcement on Tuesday said an estimated 1.7 million candidates are expected to register and sit for the Computer Based Test (CBT) across the country.
He added that they were also increasing the capacity of the CBT centres to maximise their effectiveness to examine more candidates within a given date.

Oloyede made this known at the Green Legacy, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, while fielding questions from newsmen shortly after a meeting of the JAMB officials and other stakeholders regarding the new Information Technology being introduced into the system to make it less stressful to candidates.

According to him, the body was working with the possibility of conducting a “mock examination” not only to test its preparedness with the new technology, but also to examine some people that are desirous of knowing their competence with the JAMB examination.

“What we are doing appears to be suitable to majority of our stakeholders. It is a surprise to us that we are apprehensive of what we wanted to do that maybe we are going to create problem. We are more confident to go along with the sale of the form for 2017 UTME examination.
“I believed that Nigeria is ripe for this. Nigeria is more advanced than some of these countries. At least, we have three or four countries that are observing our examination and they want to go the way of the conduct of the examination.

“We are expecting 1.7 million candidates and we want to make sure we satisfy these candidates within a week or there about. That is why we are increasing the capacity of the Computer Based Test centres to be able to examine more candidates within a given date.

“If we are talking about 1.5 million candidates, it means that in a given day about 60,000 or 70,000 candidates will take the examination.

“We have invited stakeholders to critique the process because we don’t want to go in the wrong direction. We are creating some ICT facilities and we want our stakeholders, prospective candidates, respected scholars, institutions, civil societies to come together and critique what we are doing, so that we can be sure, before we go too far in a wrong direction.
“This is with a view of harvesting good ideas that could improve what we are doing. We thought we are coming here to get dismantled, all we have put together, but what we are having are cheers that we can do it this way, or amend it that way.

“I must be frank with you, I cannot promise hitch free examination because we are testing certain things. We are changing certain things. We want to question the status quo and of course, we expect a fight back by interest that will be trampled upon.

“We are going to be as sincere as possible in the direction we are going. We are going to be as flexible as humanly possible. We are not promising hitch free examination.

“We envisaged that there will be hitches here and there, but they will not be insurmountable. Rather than promising the nation hitch free examination, we will be promising a direction we will all be pleased with.

“Initially there might be hiccups and of course one would not have been appointed if it is routine. I believe that I have been given a very difficult job and that is why I’m promising that it will be all smooth,” Oloyede said.

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NECO Set to Commence Sale of 2017 NCEE Forms For Entry Into Unity Schools

The National Examinations Council (NECO) has concluded preparations to begin sales of its 2017 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) forms.

 

The examination is for admission of candidates into the Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) 1 arm of the 104 unity colleges across the country.

The Lagos State Coordinator of the council, Mr Godwin Adejo, said in Lagos on Thursday that logistics have been put in place to ensure a hitch free sale of the forms.

“We are putting finishing touches in commencing the sales of the form.

“Hopefully, before the end of next week, we should be able to start, although we are yet to receive the cards.

“The examination is about qualitative education for the Nigerian child.

“We want to use this opportunity to call on parents and guardians to avail themselves of the opportunity by registering their children and wards early, when the form is out to avoid last minute rush,’’ Adejo said.

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