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JAMB – Statistic Analysis Of 443,624 Among 1.6 million got admission

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Written by Nkedugist
 The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board admission release statistics of Nigerian candidates who got admission into the Universities of tertiary institutions for the 2018/2019 Via Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (JAMB).
JAMB – Statistic Analysis Of 443,624 Among 1.6 million got admission: many applicants apply for admission into various Educations institution for 2018/2019 academic session, which JAMB brought out the statistic analysis of candidate who was admitted into different Institutions on Sunday was when the statistic analysis record was release which state that

JAMB – Statistic Analysis Of 443,624 Among 1.6 million got admission

1. UNIVERSITIES RECORDED OUT of  1,662,762 candidates, 443,624 candidates got admission into universities
2. POlYTECHNICS RECORDED 81, 791 candidates got admission into polytechnics
3. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION RECORDED 59, 498 candidates got admission into colleges of education
4. INNOVATION ENTERPRISE INSTITUTION 585 select for Innovation Enterprise Institutions.
That was for 2018 which the board has now closed admission for 2018 portal, it was continue said 443, 624 candidates were the spaces filled across the universities.
EMPTY SPACE THAT WAS NOT OCCUPY 
 
1. UNIVERSITIES RECORDED admission capacity of 586, 962  candidates, which means that the universities still have 143, 338 spaces not filled that was for 2018.
2. POlYTECHNICS  RECORDED admission capacity of 134, 526 candidate, which means that polytechnics still have 81, 791 spaces not fill.
3. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION RECORDED admission capacity of 391, 615   candidate, which means that the college of education admitted 59, 498 candidates.

According to the National Universities Commission based on the Jamb News, Nigeria has a total of 174 universities – 43 federal universities, 52 state universities, and 79 private universities.
The table by JAMB on Sunday showed that in all 585,498,  candidates got admission into universities, polytechnics, colleges of education and enterprise institutions out of a total 1, 662 , 762 candidates that sat for the 2018 UTME

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JAMB NEWS weekly bulletin is the place we obtained this information on Sunday.

Speaking on the admission spaces not utilized, the JAMB Head of Information, Dr. Fabian

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Jamb Mininster

Benjamin told one of the correspondents in an interview that the admission table showed that universities could admit more but could not fill the spaces because the candidates did not meet the requirements.

He said, “We just closed the 2018 admission and we discovered that those spaces or total capacity were not utilized – these were spaces available through which candidates can come in. When you look at the over one million candidates applying through JAMB, how many of them are even qualified?
“It is just like you say you want to employ 10 medical doctors and you have 1,000 applications. Out of the 1,000 applications, 999 were people who read History, Mathematics and Chemistry. So, that is not a case of no jobs, but not meeting the requirements.”
The JAMB EXAMINATION which started from March 9, 2018, had 1,662,762, candidates, who took the examination in 605 Computer-Based Test Centres across the country, the JAMB Registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede, had confirmed in a briefing held on February 2018/2019 UTME Session.
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