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JAMB Set Date to Determine 2020/2021 Admission Cut Off Marks, Warns Candidates Against Misconduct

IF YOU WROTE JAMB THIS YEAR 2020,THIS IS FOR YOU... JAMB Set Date to Determine 2020/2021 Admission Cut Off Marks, Warns Candidates Against Misconduct The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has concluded plans to hold its 2020 Policy Meeting on 16th June according to Sun. The 2020 JAMB examination took place between saturday, 14th of March to 4th April across over 600 Computer-Based Test centres nationwide, with record 1.9 million registered candidates onboard. Candidates had earleir receive their JAMB results through text messages on candidates request, but printing of result notification was delayed due to Corona Virus pandemic. However, JAMB spokesman, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, has directed candidates that participated in the 2020 examination to visit its website to print their result notification. He equally reminded candidates that printing of the result notification slip is free and it’s different from the original result,-Sun. Meanwhile, the JAMB spokesperson in his statement reveal that board has concluded plans to hold its 2020 Policy Meeting on 16th June. He further revealed that the meeting will be chaired by the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, with no fewer than 4, 000 heads of tertiary Institutions, comprising degree, diploma, NCE and NID-awarding institutions and other stakeholders in attendance. He said that the 2020 Policy Meeting will hold online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He states that at Policy Meeting, admission activities of the previous year will be reviewed, and opportunity is provided for the heads of institutions to deliberate on listed guidelines for 2020/2021 admission, determine the cut-off mark for universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education,-Sun. Due to some fraudulent activities noticed in the past results, the board also gave a stern warning to the candidates against mutilation of their results, as such practices will attract prosecution. Dr. Fabian said and quote; 'The board, thus advised candidates to be wary of fraudulent elements that appear as JAMB agents to defraud them. It has not mandated any person or group to do the printing on behalf of the board, and most dangerously is delegating the responsibility to third parties, which could result in wilful manipulation of results. Last year, some candidates who abused the privilege, by attempting to manipulate their scores were caught and are currently serving various jail terms. Candidates are, therefore, advised to note that any attempt to forge the slip would attract stiff sanctions'-Sun.
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