Jamb discloses protocols for 2020 admission

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has published the protocols for the 2020 admission exercise, enabling institutions to rigidly comply with the guidelines for a successful 2020 admission exercise.

The document which has seemingly, been broadcasted to institutions, went with a plea from JAMB to heads of institutions and admission officers to carefully study and understand the content of the document, with a view to executing it fully for a seamless and transparent admission exercise.

JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, in a letter addressed to VVice-Chancellors Rectors, Provosts, solicited their usual cooperation and understanding, demanding the strategic importance of the guidelines to the success of the 2020 admission exercise.

Oloyede cited the institutions to the decisions taken at the 2020 Policy Meeting on admission exercise, as well as other policy directives as contained in the address of the Minister of Education.
He inquired them to ensure total submission with the guidelines, insisting that sanctions shall be fully applied to institutions that violate the decisions.

JAMB Registrar, in the letter, addressed to the institutions, insisted that admission exercise for the 2020/2021 academic session would be conducted on Central Admission Processing System (CAPS), and no institution is allowed to disseminate, announce, exhibit or paste any name(s) of the admitted candidate without prior approval of the name on CAPS.

He corroborated JAMB Registrar (Chairman), Heads of Tertiary Institutions; Director of Admissions (JAMB) Admission Officers of Tertiary Institutions; JAMB Desk Officers; and Candidates as principal participants in the admission procedure.

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