JAMB Cut-Off Mark
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, on Tuesday approved 160 and above as this year’s national minimum cut-off mark for admission into public universities.
The decision was reached at the 19th Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria which held at the Bola Babalakin Auditorium, Gbongan, Osun State
The board also approved 140 as minimum UTME score for admission into private universities and 110 for admission into private polytechnics.
The JAMB’s Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, in his presentation said the board received the total of 1, 886, 509 (One Million, eight hundred and eighty six, five hundred and nine) applications, in which over 95 per cent applied to universities, and only 1 per cent applied to Colleges of Education.
Oloyede further disclosed that the first choice admission process would take place between August 21 and November 16, 2019 for public universities, and 17th November and 17th December 2019 would be for the second choice admission process.
He also appealed to universities to give special preference to candidates with disabilities, especially blind candidates, as he commended Bayero University, Kano for coming down from 180 to 150 for blind students.
Oloyede called on Private universities to moderately charge fees in order not to take education beyond the reach of people.
He opined that the exorbitant fees being charged by private universities responsible for low patronage.
The Minister for Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, who was represented by the Director of Tertiary Education, Ministry of Education, Mr Ojo Joel Samuel, in his remarks said the
Policy Meeting remains the acceptable forum where plans and programmes for Admissions are discussed and approved to guide the conduct of placement of suitably qualified candidates to Tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
He stated that the outcome of the recent investigation of the UTME registration of candidates carried out by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board is a pointer to the fact that the examination industry requires a surgical process in order to sanitise the system.
“All the public examination bodies and educational institutions should, therefore, undertake forensic audits of their registration procedure. The current system which provides avenues for candidates to, through registration and examination processes, circumvent the due process is inimical to the Nation’s educational system,” he said.
How to register for IJMB
How To Register For IJMB?
- Print out the form at https://ijmb.com.ng/registration-form
Proceed to pay the fee for the form which is #8,500 to the account number below.
Account Name: IJMB ALEVEL REGISTRATION
Account Number: 0163836217
Bank Name: Guaranty Trust Bank (GTbank)
- When you are done with the payment, fill the form you printed out with capital letters.
- Attach your passport to the space created for it on the form.
- Return back to the nearest cyber cafe to you and scan the form you have already filled, and also scan the copy of the teller you were issued at the bank.
- Send all the scanned data to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure it’s sent via your own personal email or an email you have access to
- Within 24 hours, a reply will be sent to you via the email you used to send the scanned data to us, the email will include other few details you need to know as an IJMB student.
- The total fees you will be paying for the period of your IJMB programme with us in any of our study centres is #168,000 till you write your final examination which is always due by February.
- From when you resumed at your study centre till February when you will write your final exam, all you will be doing is receive thorough lectures to get you prepared.
- You can check out our IJMB Centres in Ilorin and other states here.