2020 Admission Exercise Begins August 21st, JAMB Says.
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has authorized all tertiary institutions to commence the conduct of their first and second choice admissions from August 21st.
Dr Fabian advised institutions against duplicating forms, He advises they desist from selling admission forms for some selected programmes.
He encouraged every institution to notify candidates to apply for the programmes through its office (JAMB Office), in all he said the exercise must be conducted on the Central Admission Processing System to avoid double registration.
Benjamin emphasized that any institution that violates the guidelines would be penalized. This path was chosen to prevent the issue of dual registration, it violates the mandate of JAMB.
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