JAMB Excludes Foreigners, Prisoners, Deaf and Blind from Taking Post-UTME

JAMB Excludes Foreigners, Prisoners, Deaf and Blind from Taking Post-UTME

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the categories of candidates that have been exempted from taking post-UTME tests in the 2018 admission process.

This was disclosed by the Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, on Tuesday, June 26, at the 2018 Policy Meeting of the Board in Gbogan, Osun state, where the exemption of this category of candidates was approved.

Oloyede said the exemption of the aforementioned category of candidates would be treated by the institutions under affirmative and inclusive actions for their accommodation.

“The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has put in place a mechanism that would prevent any candidate from taking undue advantage of this exemption. For instance, only candidates, who are either foreigners, or Nigerians, who are confirmed residents in foreign countries, and are products of foreign school system can enjoy this privilege in the interest of internationalisation of the nation’s tertiary institutions" he said.

He also added that “A Nigerian with less than six months stay in a foreign country is disallowed from taking his/her UTME in any foreign country.”

 

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