NUN Pleads with JAMB to Consider Candidates with no UTME / DE Result. The Management of Nile University, Abuja, drove by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Osman Nuri Aras, were as of late at the Headquarters of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to talk about some remarkable issues relevant to the operational goals o fthe University.
Prof. Aras, while preparation the Registrar of the Board, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, revealed that they had come to request the help of the Board in the territories of affirmation of competitors and other related issues. NUN Pleads with JAMB to Consider Candidates with no UTME / DE Result
He said Nile University is resolved to fill the affirmations hole through the arrangement of value training to the craving open.
The Vice-Chancellor educated the Board’s Management that the establishment is collaborating with other basic partners like the National Technology Development Agency (NITDA) in the territory of grant and other top colleges over the globe. NUN Pleads with JAMB to Consider Candidates with no UTME / DE Result
He unveiled that the organization with outside establishments had given the abundant chances to understudy trade just as cross-treatment of thoughts.
Taking the Registrar and Management through their arrangements to guarantee that their scholastic schedule isn’t contorted by the COVlD-19 pandemic, he said the University was thinking about various scholarly situations which would see it offering a portion of its projects on the web.
He revealed that his colleagues were in JAMB to fundamentally perceive how the organization could enhance the amount of its admissions.
The Vice-Chancellor communicated charm with the consistent and straightforward highlights of the Central Admissions Processing System(CAPS) while speaking to the Board to consider making unique arrangements for up-and-comers who didn’t take the UTME or apply for DE.
He expressed that a significant number of these possible candidates, who might have headed out abroad to assist their training, needed to discover arrangement in Nigerian Universities like Nile owingto the COVlD-19 Pandemic.
He revealed that a portion of their planned competitors with A’Level capabilities couldn’t select for Direct Entry(DE) in light of the fact that they were yet to get their outcomes when the Board’s application reports were at a bargain prior in the year.
The Registrar, Prof. ls-haq Oloyede, saluted the Management of the Institution on the great scholastic condition it has set up and praised its craving to accomplish more.
He focused on that all partners in the training division expected to really focus to address the horde of difficulties going up against enrolment into private colleges in Nigeria.
He, in any case, kept up that all inductions into tertiary establishments in Nigeria must be through either UTME or DE just as totally recommended necessities.
He clarified that the arrangement for Awaiting Results was to guarantee that all craving people are allowed the chance to enlist while additionally asking them to exploit the change stage by letting A’level competitors apply for UTME and convert to DE once they have their DE results.
Reacting to their craving to go on the web, Prof. Oloyede exhorted the University to communicate with NUC with the end goal of redesigning their prospectus to meet the new typical.
He said they could likewise take a gander at the chance of organizing amazed physical class meetings.
The Registrar communicated disappointment with the arrangement of condonement of illicit affirmation in any case alluded to as regularization.
He said regularization was nothing other than a hidden type of debasement. He clarified that establishments purposefully concede competitors who are not qualified through a wide range of questionable procedures with others not in any event, going to any classes and afterward go round to apply to the Board for names ofsuch possibility to be regularized.
He guaranteed the Management of the University that the Board would do all inside the ambits of the law to help the Institution as it looked to propel the reason oftertiary training in Nigeria