JAMB begins sale of 2019 UTME registration forms

JAMB begins sale of 2019 UTME registration forms

JAMB begins sale of 2019 UTME registration forms, The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) commenced sale of registration forms, for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, today Thursday, January 10, 2019.

Sale of forms will last for six weeks.

 

JAMB’s Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has said the board will stop using cyber cafes for registration of candidates from this year.

He urged all prospective candidates to do their registration and access the board’s major services, in any of its 718 accredited centres in the country.

“We are no longer going to allow the cyber cafes to do the registration exercise for prospective candidates because they are extorting candidates and overcharging them.

“They also do services they do not have the capacity to do, coupled with the fact that there was no way of tracking them because they were not registered.

 

 

 

He urged all prospective candidates to do their registration and access the board’s major services, in any of its 718 accredited centres in the country.

 

“We are no longer going to allow the cyber cafes to do the registration exercise for prospective candidates because they are extorting candidates and overcharging them.

 

“They also do services they do not have the capacity to do, coupled with the fact that there was no way of tracking them because they were not registeHe urged all prospective candidates to do their registration and access the board’s major services, in any of its 718 accredited centres in the country.

 

“We are no longer going to allow the cyber cafes to do the registration exercise for prospective candidates because they are extorting candidates and overcharging them.

 

“They also do services they do not have the capacity to do, coupled with the fact that there was no way of tracking them because they were not registeHe urged all prospective candidates to do their registration and access the board’s major services, in any of its 718 accredited centres in the country.

 

“We are no longer going to allow the cyber cafes to do the registration exercise for prospective candidates because they are extorting candidates and overcharging them.

 

“They also do services they do not have the capacity to do, coupled with the fact that there was no way of tracking them because they were not registered.red.red.

 

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