Showing posts with label education. Show all posts
Showing posts with label education. Show all posts

Saturday, June 22, 2019

FUTO Post-UTME/DE 2019: Cut-off Mark, Screening Dates, Eligibility and Registration Details

FUTO Post-UTME/DE 2019: Cut-off Mark, Screening Dates, Eligibility and Registration Details

FUTO Post-UTME/DE 2019: Cut-off Mark, Screening Dates, Eligibility and Registration Details
FUTO Post-UTME/DE sales of form, cut-off mark, cost, eligibility, screening dates, deadline and registration details for the 2019/2020 Academic Session have been announced. Cut-off mark is 180. Cost is N2000. Deadline is July 12th, 2019. Screening will hold July 15th - 19th for UTME candidates and July 20th for Direct Entry candidates. See full details below...

Candidates who choose Federal University of Technology, Owerri as First Choice University in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are hereby invited to apply for an aptitude test. The following conditions apply:


  • UTME Candidate must have scored a minimum of 180 in their UTME.
  • Direct Entry candidates must be holders of OND/HND/First Degree and A’ Level in relevant discipline and subjects.
Those who did not choose FUTO as First Choice University but scored a minimum of 180 can also apply on the condition that they visit the JAMB website for a change of Institution.

Application commences on Friday, June 21, 2019, and closes on Friday, July 12, 2019

Duration of the Aptitude Test

The Aptitude Test will hold as stated below. Candidates are advised to ensure they get the official FUTO Post-UTME Past questions and Answers in order to prepare adequately for the screening exercse. Visit our source to get yours.


  • Monday, July 15, 2019 – Friday, July 19, 2019 – Screening for UTME candidates.
  • Saturday, July 20, 2019 – Screening for DE candidates.

The specific time and date for the individual candidate would be communicated in due course


Method of Application

To apply, follow the steps outlined below:

  1. Visit the University website: futo.edu.ng
  2. Click on Prospective students.
  3. Click on the link; “2019/2020 POST-UTME/Direct Entry Application”.
  4. Enter your JAMB Registration Number to generate Payment Invoice containing the Remita Retrieval Reference Number (RRR).
  5. Proceed to any Bank with the payment invoice OR simply pay with your ATM Card.
  6. Return to the Application page and enter your JAMB Registration number again.
  7. Proceed with the completion of the form.
  8. Correctly enter your O’Level results.
  9. Confirm your entries.
  10. Submit your application.
  11. Print out your acknowledgement slip.
  12. Await further communication from the University.

"Eligible candidates would be required to pay a processing fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00)."

Note:


  1. You must enter a valid mobile number and e-mail address for further communications.
  2. Candidates are advised to upload their O’level results on JAMB Portal 0n or before August 31, 2019.
  3. Those who fail to register within the period WILL NOT be qualified for the Aptitude Test.
  4. Any candidate who fails to successfully submit his application online would automatically lose his/her chance of being considered for admission.


FOR DIRECT ENTRY CANDIDATES: In addition to 1-4 above;

  • Kindly ensure that your academic transcript reaches the Registrar, Federal University of Technology, Owerri on/before Friday, August 30, 2019.
  • Any candidate who fails to submit his/her academic transcript would not be considered for admission.

For support, contact:
E-Mail:       ict@futo.edu.ng
Hotline:     08139833300

Source: Myschool.ng

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16
An 18 year-old teenager who got admitted to Havard has lost his admission after a racist comment he made when he was 16 surfaced.

Kyle Kashuv who is one of the survivors of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that left 17 students and teachers dead,  made some racist comments few months before the massacre in Parkland, Florida and the comments recently resurfaced and cost him dearly.

Kyle, a gun rights activist, was admitted to Harvard earlier this year but his admission has been rescinded after the screenshots of him using racial slurs surfaced.
 Kyle's classmates had accused him of repeatedly using the N-word.
Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16
After his admission was revoked, Kyle took to Twitter to explain his previous remarks.

See his tweets below.....

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16

Harvard Revokes Teenager's Admission Over Racist Comment He Made At 16


Saturday, June 15, 2019

Our Own Cut-Off Mark Remains 200 – Uni. Ibadan

Our Own Cut-Off Mark Remains 200 – Uni. Ibadan

2019 Jamb Cutoff Mark For University of Ibadan (UI) Admission


The management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has insisted that the institutions cut-off mark remains 200.

Cut-Off Mark Remains 200 – Uni. Ibadan


This is coming after the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and stakeholders of tertiary institutions agreed on a benchmark of 160.

University of Ibadan (UI), on its part, has said the institution will have nothing to do with the national minimum cut-off mark.


“For the avoidance of doubts in the minds of our prospective admission seekers, their parents and guardians, our alumni ans alumnae and the general public, the minimum mark for any course at the University of Ibadan, and all its affiliared institutions, remains 200 out of the minimum of the maximum of 400.


“This has been the position of the Senate of the University since the matriculation examinations into Nigerian Universities commenced in 1978,” Prof. Idowu Olayinka, VC, UI stated.

(Campusbiz)

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

JAMB Releases Cut-off Marks For The 2019 UTME Admission

JAMB Releases Cut-off Marks For The 2019 UTME Admission

JAMB Releases Cut-off Marks For The 2019 UTME Admission


The 19th Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria has approved 160 and above as the national minimum cutoff mark for admission into state and federal Universities for the year 2019.

The decision was taken as a meeting held at Bola Babalakin Auditorium, Gbongan, Osun State today Tuesday June 11th.

It was also agreed that the minimum UTME score for admission into private Universities should be 140.

120 UTME score was approved for polytechnics while 110 score was approved as the least score for admission into private polytechnic.

Thursday, June 6, 2019

UTME: We've Not Released Any General Minimum Cut-off Marks Yet

UTME: We've Not Released Any General Minimum Cut-off Marks Yet

UTME: We've Not Released Any General Minimum Cut-off Marks Yet
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it has not published the national and general minimum cut-off marks for placement of candidates into the nation’s tertiary institutions as being speculated in some quarters.

 The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in an interview yesterday in Lagos.
There is no truth behind such speculations, he said adding that fraudulent elements were behind the development with a ploy to defraud innocent Nigerians, especially the candidates.
Benjamin said the cut-off marks could only be arrived at with the inputs of critical stakeholders in the education sector sheduled for days ahead.

“We want to seize this opportunity to caution the public especially candidates, not to allow themselves to be swindled by these desperate individuals that are peddling this rumour.

“The board is yet to come up with any cut-off mark for placements into the various tertiary institutions across the country. The cut-off marks cannot be decided upon without the input of critical stakeholders of the education sector at an elaborate policy meeting,” he said.

Benjamin explained that the next policy meeting would be holding on Tuesday, June 11, at Gbongan in Osun. The spokesman noted that already, preparations for the meeting had been concluded, adding that officials of the Ministry of Education were expected to attend.
According to him, other key stakeholders were also expected to grace the occasion, to determine the national cut-off mark. He said that it was only after this had been achieved that the candidates would be availed of the cut-off marks of the various tertiary institutions across the country.

The cut-off marks are the minimum expectation for every institution and that does not mean by attaining such cut-off mark, it therefore means an automatic placement into schools of first choice. “We therefore want to appeal to the general public, especially the candidates not to fall prey to fraudsters. 

The board will continue to provide information to the public on its processes and activities at every stage,” Benjamin assured. Over 1.8 million candidates had registered for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
(NAN)