The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has given tertiary establishments the gesture to start first and subsequent option affirmations for 2020/2021 from August 21.
The board said the cutoff time for confirmations would be imparted to heads of tertiary organizations sometime in the not too distant future to be dictated by the Federal Government.
Support demanded that the affirmation forms must be led on Central Admission Processing System (CAPS), cautioning organizations not to sidestep the framework.
"The first and subsequent options affirmation practice be led for all establishments from August 21, 2020, to a later date that would be controlled by the Federal Ministry of Education and imparted to all the organizations."
"The vulnerabilities of the Covid-19 make it difficult to fix a deadline," the board said.
Pillar clarified that the rules for 2020 affirmation would empower members in confirmation procedure to comprehend what to do.
The board cautioned heads of establishments against spurning choices of its 2020 arrangement meeting, held a month ago, demanding that all affirmations must be done in genuine and straightforward way.
"The rules clarify the low down of the procedures of affirmation of competitors into the Nigerian tertiary organizations.
"All heads of organizations and affirmation officials are encouraged to deliberately contemplate and comprehend the substance of the record with the end goal of executing it completely for a consistent and straightforward confirmation work out.
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