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Jamb Investigate One Million Fake Admission And Warned 2022 Utme Candidates

Jamb latest News Today
Jamb latest News Today
Written by Nkedugist

Jamb latest News Today, JAMB has identified 1Million fake admissions, tells students to hold their institution responsible for admission letters.

The latest Jamb news is that Jamb has recognized 1 million fake admissions from different candidates in Nigeria. To settle be sure of your admission, Jamb told students to grip their school responsible for their inability to access their administration letters.

The reason for all this is because of the latest complaint from the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC of how they are been delayed in giving out of admission letters to guarantee their call to serve.

Dr. Fabian Benjamin during his statement on the inability of students not giving admission letters to students who want to serve could only be made easier by schools uploading the students portal.

The statement read thus: “The attention of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has been drawn to complaints by some candidates on their inability to obtain their admission letters which would qualify them to proceed on the one-year mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) or obtain exemption letters as the case may be.

“This phenomenon is especially true of products of undisclosed illegal institutional admissions conducted outside the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) between 2017 and 2020.

The only way students who are complaining of how Jamb has been delaying their call to the mandatory National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, through delay in issuance of their admission letters is to channel to the school.

To make it more clear to others, Hon. Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu make a final agreement to give pardon for these illegal admissions

Jamb latest News Today “It should be recalled that based on that act of magnanimity, the Board had placed relevant advertisements in three national dailies (Blueprint, Guardian, and Vanguard) of 24th November 2021.

“The same notice was featured on the Board’s website coupled with an easy-to-use Advisory issued to all institutions of higher learning to guide them on how these candidates could be redeemed.

“Based on available data close to one million undisclosed illegal institutional admissions were disclosed so far. What is, however, surprising is that, as of today, less than 5% of such students’ details had been uploaded on the Board portal by the institutions as required.

” It is even more egregious to note that even among the few that had been uploaded by the schools on the Board portal many of the schools had not correctly keyed in their details.

“The Board, therefore, uses this medium to appeal to institutions to immediately upload appropriately the matriculation numbers, names, disciplines, year of graduation, and other necessary details of the candidates for the Board to process the candidates’ condonement applications.

For this reason, Jamb Board had advised students to kindly grip their schools (universities) in control for their lack of ability to access their administration letters because the cause is not from Jamb.

“The Board reiterates that it is incumbent on the institutions to correctly key in the details of the candidates as illustrated on the advisory issued to institutions, advertised in the dailies and on the Board’s website for the prompt processing of candidates retroactive admission letters for them to obtain necessary clearance for their hitherto underhand admissions.”

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