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JAMB to stop using cyber cafes for candidates’ registration


JAMB to stop using cyber cafes for candidates’ registration

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said it will quit utilizing digital bistros for enlistment of applicants, beginning from the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.
Support’s Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, said this on Thursday on the sideline of a gathering with proprietors of Computer-Based Test focuses at the University of Lagos.
“We are never again going to permit the digital bistros to do the enrollment practice for imminent hopefuls since they are blackmailing applicants and cheating them.
“They likewise do administrations they don’t have the ability to do, combined with the way that there was no chance to get of following them since they were not enlisted.
“Another real reason is the misunderstanding they make on the information of the competitors. Some will simply request that the hopefuls compose their names and different subtleties down for them.
“On gathering such information, they currently get every one of them stirred up, in this manner making issues for these applicants.
“We know there will be hubbub since they make a great deal of ill-conceived cash from these administrations, yet we can’t leave the competitors at their kindness, especially when individuals will make clamor that it is JAMB that was coercing them,” Oloyede said.
He asked every single forthcoming contender to do their enrollment and access the board’s significant administrations, in any of its 718 licensed focuses in the nation.
Oloyede said the board would start the closeout of the enlistment frame on January 3, 2019 and would traverse a month and a half.

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