Some Nigerian Universities have set there Joint Admission Matriculation Board (jamb) cut off mark for 2021/2022 academic session This was announced after Joint Admission Matriculation Board canceled the normal general cut of mark Universities in Nigeria now have freedom to decide the cut off mark for their prospect students
The Joint Admission and matriculation board and the heads of tertiary institution are set to decide on the cut-off mark for 2021/2022 admission exercise on Tuesday, August 31 at a policy meeting. Not only the issue of the new minimum cut-off mark will be discussed at the meeting but other admission issues will be taken into consideration.
For a very long time, many Nigerians have always had the impression that education courses are only for those who are not brilliant enough, as many who feel they are academically sounded attempt to pursue courses in other fields apart from education. To attract the best brains into the teaching profession, the Federal Government recently approved the payment of a stipend per semester for students pursuing degrees in education at Nigerian public universities.
The Joint admission matriculation Examination Board(JAMB) had on Tuesday, cancelled the cut off marks stipulated for admission into tertiary institutions. The statement, which was made in a virtual meeting and was led by the minister for Education, Adamu Adamu, has however given tertiary institutions to decide on the cut-off marks they wish to use for the 2021 admission.
The Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB, has made some important proposals to ease the difficulties encountered with the candidate seeking admission into tertiary institutions. According to the report, the board has cancelled the national cut off mark usually projected to be the traditional trend of admission and has given every institution the power to independently determine the benchmark scores for candidates seeking admission.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has pegged the fee for Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) at 2,000 naira. The JAMB Registrar, Professor Is-haq Oloyede, disclosed this at the policy meeting held virtually and chaired by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, at the headquarters of JAMB in Bwari, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, on Tuesday, 31st August, 2021.
According to a report released by VOICE OF NIGERIA today, August 31, the 2021 Policy Meeting on Admissions to higher Institutions in Nigeria has cancelled the traditional benchmark of National Cut-off marks and agreed that each institutions should set minimum bench mark for their admissions. Furthermore, based on the report, the stakeholders in a policy meeting held today, Tuesday, 31st of August gave the approval at the Headquarters of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has invalidated the examination general cut-off marks for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. The general cut-off mark had been in use for admission for 43 years. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) released the announcement during a policy meeting that was held virtually.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has cancelled the national cut-off marks used as a benchmark for admissions into tertiary institutions across the country, stating that institutions are now at liberty to set their minimum benchmark for admission into their respective programmes. This resolution was reached at the 2021 policy meeting which was held virtually and chaired by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu.
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (Jamb) canceled the general cut-off marks for admissions into the tertiary institutions and empowered the head of tertiary institutions to decide the cut-off marks for the admission process. The decision was taken at the 2021 policy meeting held in Abuja on Tuesday, August 31.
The Federal Government has stopped students in Senior Secondary School one and two from participating in external West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), the National Examination Council (NECO), and National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB). According to Mr Adamu Adamu, he made it clear to everyone that students who are involved in the practice find it difficult to settle down on serious studies.
Nigerian students in Public universities and colleges of education across the country will begin to enjoy bursary following Federal Government's reintroduction of the initiative into the nation's education sector. Each university student will receive a sum of N150,000 and college of education student will bag N100,000 per session.
The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has revealed why Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) students and undergraduate students studying educational courses in public universities will be paid stipends every semester. According to the president, the move was to encourage people to take up the teaching profession as well as encourage excellent service delivery.
The federal government of Nigeria has approved the sum of 75k to Nigerian undergraduate students studying any of education courses in Nigerian public universities as stipend per semester. Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu revealed this yesterday during a speech to celebrate World Teachers' Day. The minister made this statement through Sonny Echono, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education at the Eagle Square.
The general cut-off marks, for admission into Nigerian tertiary institutions, have been cancelled by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). The development which was announced on Tuesday, August 31, will now give universities the liberty, to decide cut-off marks for students seeking to be admitted into higher institutions.
Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari, has approved the sum of N75,000 as bursary per semester for education students in public universities across the country.The President also approved the sum of N50,000 as stipend per semester for students of Nigeria Certificate in Education, NCE. The announcement was made on Tuesday, October 5, during the annual cerebration of World Teachers' Day, held at the Eagles Square, Abuja, by the Minister for Education, Adamu Adamu.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, on Tuesday, cancelled general cut-off marks for admission into tertiary institutions and gave schools the freedom to set their individual minimum benchmarks for admission. The decision was taken by the board at the 2021 policy meeting, which was held virtually, and chaired by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu.
As part of celebration of World teachers day, president Muhammadu Buhari has approved N75,000 as stipend per semester for education students in public universities across the country. N50,000 was also approved as a stipend per semester for Nigeria Certificate Education (NCE) students. The announcement which has put smiles on the faces of students especially those who fall under this category, was made by the Minister for Education, Adamu Adamu during the World Teachers day celebration at the Eagle square, Abuja.
The Federal Government has granted a stipend of N75,000 per semester for students pursuing education degrees at public universities in Nigeria. In addition, Nigeria Certificate in Education students would get a stipend of N50,000 per semester as part of the government's intentional attempt to lure the greatest minds into the teaching profession, as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari (retd.)
The federal government has banned senior secondary students of class 1 and 2 from participating in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) and National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB). Principals have been directed to expel senior students who write any external examination before they get to their final year in senior secondary school.