JAMB – 2019 UTME Registration To Commence In December

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Thursday brought to the public notice that the date for the 2019/2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will commence in December.

Dr. Fabian Benjamin (JHead of Information to JAMB) made this announcement while addressing newsmen during the conduct of promotion exercise for the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), at the board’s Computer Based Test (CBT) Centre in Abuja.

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Dr Benjamin, revealed that a specific date hasn’t been fixed for the 2019 Jamb registration.

He further said that plans were underway to do so as soon as possible as the board was initially waiting for the pronouncement of the presidency on the reduction of the examinations fees, which was formally announced on Wednesday.

The Federal Executive Council had on Wednesday approved the downward review of the examination registration fees from N5000 to N3500 effective from January 2019.

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The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, announced this after the meeting.

Benjamin said it was commendable what the President had done as he was someone, who had always had the interest of the masses at heart and would prove to ensure that no Nigerian was deprived of tertiary education.

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“The president has overtime, expressed concern that the charges were high. Our consistent remittance has proven that something could actually be done and even if charges are reduced, examinations can still be conducted with no service suffering any issue of funding.”

“The president has taken this bold step, we will see what happens after this reduction and if need be for further reduction, Mr President will do so in no distant time because he has concerns for the ordinary Nigerian on the streets. “

Benjamin reiterated the board’s readiness to continuously give the general public the desired impact to further enhance institutions through conducting transparent and credible examinations at its CBT centres, nationwide.

He explained that organisations and agencies chose to conduct their exercises at JAMB because of the trust and confidence they had for the board to deliver.

“Before each examinations, we charge the candidates to conduct themselves in the best way because once you breach the examination’s code of conduct, you will be immediately sent out of the hall.”

“We are very firm, determined and irrespective of whoever is involved, our benchmark is that you must behave accordingly as expected of you,” he said.

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