JAMB Warns Parents on 3rd Parties UTME Registration The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Wednesday gave notice to schools and guardians to halt from requesting that outsiders handle UTME enrollment procedure of their children, wards or pupils/candidates.
As per the board’s Head of Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, who decided in a meeting with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos said that such demands had frequently caused contortion of up-and-comers’ information. JAMB Warns Parents on 3rd Parties UTME Registration
Let us sound this admonition once more, particularly to some world class schools who gather cash for the benefit of JAMB from guardians of competitors for the sake of doing bunch enlistment: UTME isn’t a school-based assessment.
“Candidates should be allowed to do their registration individually to forestall any form of incidence.
” Oftentimes, some of these candidates who fall victims of this group registration, come back to the board to complain about these irredeemable errors, and there is nothing we can do about them.
“We emphatically prompt that competitors do their enlistment without anyone else to keep away from repercussions of any kind, including uncovering their profile codes,” he said.
He additionally encouraged up-and-comers meaning to do any type of exchanges that would include money installments not to pay to anybody, saying that the board would not get money installments.
“All payments ought to be done on our platform through the banks or utilizing their ATM cards,” he expressed.
JAMB Warns Parents on 3rd Parties UTME Registration