The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB )has declared that there would not be an expansion of the enrollment for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
Administrator of Governing Board, , Dr Emmanuel Ndukwe, said he doesn’t predict an expansion of enrollment past February 21 due date.
Ndukwe said this while observing the progressing enlistment of hopefuls in some Computer Based Test (CBT) Centers in Lagos on Friday,
Ndukwe further encouraged competitors wanting to take the 2019 UTME to enlist now while there is no weight at the Centers.
“I don’t anticipate an augmentation. We need to adhere to the date we have given to general society. In the event that we begin currently contemplating augmentation, it doesn’t depict our earnestness.
“A portion of the spots we visited had numerous frameworks yet few hopefuls. Let the hopefuls out there be aware of the examination dates. I don’t anticipate any augmentation of dates,” he said.
In every one of the focuses, none was found charging more than the official expense of the examination, N3,500 notwithstanding N500 for the writing content, Sweet Sixteen, to be utilized for the examination, and N700 charged by the CBT Centers for enlistment.
Ndukwe said any inside engaged with sharp practices would be authorized.
He said JAMB was directly to have prohibited Cyber bistros on account of the inconsistencies they occupied with.
“We discovered that a large portion of the fake things that happened occurred in digital bistros and that was the reason we prohibited Cyber bistros. At the present time, any inside that we find that isn’t going along would be authorized. When you authorize a couple of focuses, others would sit up. So far we have not heard any protests exuding from the past practices related with bistros, particularly cheating competitors. We are strict about it