The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it has released new Universities’ cut-off marks, admission criteria for the 2017/2018 admission.
In a statement signed by its Head of Public Relations, Mr Fabian Benjamin, in Abuja on Sunday, JAMB explained that it was to ensure fairness irrespective of tribe, religion, and that it was determined to meet the expectations of Nigerians.
Benjamin revealed that the Board had held consultations with universities across the country to enable candidates meet the requirements and secure admission without the assistance of anybody.
He, however, made it clear that cut-off marks will be decided at a policy meeting.
“Do not allow yourselves to be defrauded by internet fraudsters, the policy meeting would commence the 2017 admission with all mode, process and acceptable conditions for admission.
“The Prof. Oloyede led management is working to ensure transparent, acceptable and fair admission process.
“We have designed software known as Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), where human interference will be completely removed, to promote credibility.
“The admission criteria would be keyed into the software and it will select candidates blindly according to the institutions requirement without any primordial consideration,” Benjamin stated.
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