HERE ARE JAMB CUTOFF MARK FOR ALL INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA |MainNews.Blog

Below are the institutions and their cutoff mark.

(1) Akwa-Ibom State University (AKSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(2) Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education JAMB cut off mark – 180

(3) Anambra State University Uli (ANSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(4) Auchi Polytechnic JAMB cut off mark – 150

(5) Benson Idahosa University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(6) Bauchi State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(7) Bells University of Technology JAMB cut off mark – 180

(8) Bowen University JAMB cut off mark – 170

(8) Benue State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(9) Bayero University Kano JAMB cut off mark – 180

(10) Covenant University cut off mark for JAMB – 180

(11) Crloss River University (CRUTECH) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(12) Delta State University, Abraka (DELSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(13) Dental School Enugu JAMB cut off mark – 150

(14) Ebonyi State University (EBSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(15) Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti (EKSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(16) Enugu State University of Science Technology (ESUT) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(17) Federal Polytechnic Nekede JAMB cut off mark – 150

(18) Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti JAMB cut off mark – 170

(19) Federal Polytechnic (Bida) JAMB cut off mark – 150

(20) Federal Poly Ede JAMB cut off mark – 150

(21) Federal Polytechnic Idah JAMB cut off mark – 150

(22) Federal Polytechnic Ilaro JAMB cut off mark – 150

(23) Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa JAMB cut off mark – 150

(24) Federal Polytechnic Offa JAMB cut off mark – 150

(25) Federal Polytechnic Oko JAMB cut off mark – 150

(26) Federal University of Agric Makurdi JAMB cut off mark – 180

(27) Federal University Dutse JAMB cut off mark – 180

(28) Federal University Dutsin-Ma JAMB cut off mark – 180

(29) Federal University Kashere JAMB cut off mark – 180

(30) Federal University Lafia JAMB cut off mark – 180

(31) Federal University Lokoja JAMB cut off mark – 180

(32) Federal University Ndufu-Alike JAMB cut off mark – 180

(33) Federal University Otuoke JAMB cut off mark – 180

(34) Federal University Oye-Ekiti JAMB cut off mark – 180

(35) Federal University of Petroleum Resources JAMB cut off mark – 180

(36) Federal University of Technology Akure JAMB cut off mark – 200

(37) Federal University of Technology Owerri JAMB cut off mark – 180

(38) Federal University Wukari JAMB cut off mark – 180

(39) Gombe State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(40) Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(41) Imo State Polytechnic JAMB cut off mark – 150

(42) Imo State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(43) Institute of Management and Technology JAMB cut off mark – 150

(44) Kaduna Polytechnic JAMB cut off mark – 150

(45) Kaduna State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(46) Kogi state polytechnic JAMB cut off mark – 150

(47) Kogi State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(48) Kebbi State University of Science and Technology JAMB cut off mark – 180

(49) Kano University of Science and Technology JAMB cut off mark – 180

(50) Kwara State Polytechnic Ilorin JAMB cut off mark – 150

(5)1 Kwara State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(52) Lagos Polytechnic JAMB cut off mark – 150

(53) Lagos State University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(54) Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH) JAMB cut off mark – 200

(55) Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(56) Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike JAMB cut off mark – 180

(57)/Nasarawa State University, Keffi JAMB cut off mark – 180

(58) Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU/UNIZIK) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(59) Obafemi Awolowo University JAMB cut off mark – 200

(60) Olabisi Onabanjo University OOU JAMB cut off mark – 180

(61) Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(62) Osun State University (UNIOSUN) JAMB cut off mark – 180 (Economics, Accounting, Law, andPolitical Science– 200)

(63) Polytechnic Ibadan JAMB cut off mark – 150

(64) Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(65) TAI Solarin University of Education (TASUED) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(66) Umaru Musa Yaradua University JAMB cut off mark – 180

(67).Usman Danfodio University Sokoto UDUSOK JAMB cut off mark – 180

(68) The University of Abuja JAMB cut off mark – 180

(69) Uniben cut off mark for JAMB JAMB cut off mark – 200

(70) The University of Calabar JAMB cut off mark – 180

(71) The University of Ibadan cut off mark for JAMB – 200

(72) Unilag JAMB cut off mark for allcourses– 200

(73) Unilorin cut off mark for JAMB – 180 (Please take into consideration that the cut off mark may differ depending on the university course)

(74) University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(75) University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(76) University of Uyo (UNIUYO) JAMB cut off mark – 180

(77) UNN cut off mark for JAMB – 180

(78) Yabatech JAMB cut off mark JAMB cut off mark – 150

(79) Yobe State University (YSU)

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NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY (NDU) EMERGES 2ND PLACE IN THE PROF. MANFRED LACH SPACE MOOT COURT COMPETITION IN SOUTH AFRICA

By Voice of NDU

The Bayelsa State owned Niger Delta University, Faculty of Law in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria has emerged with the 2nd position in the Prof. Manfred Lach Space Moot Court Competition in Pretoria, South Africa.

The Competition which is organized annually is aimed at fostering knowledge on Space Law amongst young advocates in the World.

The Niger Delta University defeated the University of Ibadan, and the University of South Africa before going to the finals where they contested against the University of Calabar which means that two universities in the Niger Delta Region made it to the finals in the International competition.

Although the Niger Delta University may have not won the competition, it is worthy of note that the students of the faculty of law have been able to set the record straight that we have all it takes to conquer the world. Recall that the Niger Delta University had earlier won the Justice Walter Onnoghen National Moot Court Competition in the University of Calabar.

Based on the development in South Africa, the University of Calabar will therefore be representing Africa in Washington D.C. at the world stage before judges of the International Court of Justice.

Congratulations to our advocates. Chris Alagoa , Ovie, and Owei for making us proud. A big thumbs up to the team leader, Mrs. Gina Igbinovia Elvis-ImoGina Igbinovia Elvis-ImoGina Igbinovia Elvis-Imo and our able Dean of the faculty, Prof. Solomon T. EbobrahSolomon T. Ebobrah
The Government of Bayelsa State should honour these youngsters for making the State proud.

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, The Worst Performing Governor in Educational Development in Nigeria, NANS Blast Out

It has become imperative for the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) to examine and analyse critically certain political leaders whose actions in recent times have made life unbearable for the citizens under their watch.

It is no longer news that the government of Ondo State under Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, a supposed Senior Advocate of Nigeria is today championing an agenda that takes education out of the reach of the poor.

Without any dubiety, before his emergence as the Executive Governor of Ondo State, education since 1999 under Governor Adebayo Adefarati through Olusegun Agagu and Olusegun Mimiko was free from primary to secondary level.

However, a governor who claimed to have fought alongside others during his days at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife against the reversal of the great benefit of the Awolowo education policy is today making education, an exclusive right of the rich, thereby creating class differentials amongst the people he governed over.

Education in Ondo State is now fully commercialised.
Secondary school Students who hitherto enjoyed payment of WAEC/NECO fees under the past admistrations now have additional burdens placed on their parents by the insensitive Akeredolu anti-education government that have scraped the payment of WAEC/NECO fees for SS3 students. This deliberate policy by past democratic administrations have now been abolished and the hopes of many families dashed.

Let it be known to the entire public that undergraduates of state owned Tertiary Institutions in Ondo State are daily dropping out of school due to increase in their various school fees which their parents certainly cannot afford.

How can we explain that a supposed progressive government, increased arbitrarily, fees of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko from 33,000 to 150,000? Students of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo has their fees increased from 63,000 to 108, 000 while those in Ondo State University of Science and Technology has their fees inceased to 200, 000 from 70, 000.

Lest we say that the Akeredolu government did not only defraud students at the School of Nursing but breached their trust by deceiving them into paying higher fees in exchange for Nursing degrees awarded by the University of Medical Sciences established by the immediate past administration of Olusegun Mimiko. We know as a matter of fact, that since the increment, the students from the school of nursing have been made to understand that their certificate will remain the same despite the agreement reached with the government to award them degree certificate from the University of Medical Sciences haven paid the new tuition fees forced on them for that purpose.

Today, Governor Akeredolu is globally junketing with tax payers money in order to create awareness for legalisation of hard drugs and narcotic use. What a confused Chief executive! For once, we should be worried that it takes someone who purchases, uses and is addicted to hard drugs to know it’s economic prospects without caring about lives and its negative impact on the society.

For a governor who has refused to make education a top priority to now lead an advocacy for legalisation of banned drugs that distorts thoughts and stability reveals his level of denigration of governance.

Isn’t it a pity that in a state where education is more or less an industry and a pride, Governor Akeredolu has proven that he is on seat to retard the progress of the youths by encouraging the plantation of cannabis(Indian Hemp) against the pursuit of knowledge? This obviously is the height of his incompetence and insensitivity to the needs of the youths.

We condemn in totality the managements of the state owned institutions who joined the governor in this inglorious journey, for example, the Vice-Chancelor of Adekunle Ajasin University who implemented a policy of no school fees, no test about two weeks ago which was vehemently resisted by the students that lead to the closure of the Institution. To this end, NANS will resist any form of intimidation, oppression or threat to the life of any of our member who are resolute in pursuing their rights and privileges.

We also use this medium to call on UNESCO, other national and international agencies including progressive minded and well meaning individuals to prevail on Governor Akeredolu who have threatened kill and maim our members who will come out and protest against his obnoxious education policies cum commercialization of education in Ondo State.

Let it be known that NANS is relentless in her pursuit of total reversal of all fees increased by the cannabis indulging governor of Ondo State.

We refuse to buy into this life threatening advocacy of addiction and retardation through promotion of hard drugs. We demand that Governor Akeredolu subject himself to a clinical drug test to determine his mental state.

While appreciating the support and endurance of Ondo Students in peacefully demanding for reversal of the obnoxious and satanic increment in their fees, we wish to as a matter of honour, in respect of on-going final rites for the revered Olowo of Owo kingdom who passed on, put on hold our proposed mass protest against the increments until immediately after the traditional rights scheduled for this week. This unjust education policy will surely be challenged and we shall do so upon the completion of late Olowo’s passage rights.

We challenge Governor Akeredolu to a public debate with NANS where he can lay bare his educational policies for Ondo people. We are constantly embarrassed by his seeming threat to wipe off Ondo students for daring to speak out against his anti- educational policy. We view his threat as a test of our resolve to once again lay an irrefutable claim to our heroic struggle for the enthronement of the democratic rule he’s today diminishing without his active participation. We would have reported him to his professional colleagues who side by side fought with us and defended many of our victimized leaders under the military but understanding that he’s now a suspended member of the highest bar gathering in Nigeria. Another option would have been to report him to his political party, the All Progressive Congress, under whose platform he governs the state but we are also reliably informed that he has been suspended for various offenses, therefore we are left with no other option than to face the unrepentant oppressor of the students.

Signed:

Comr. Danielson Bamidele Akpan, GCNS.
President.

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#EducationIsARight

Jamb 2019 Online Result Checking Portal | MainNews.Blog

The JAMB Online Result Portal will be necessary for confirmation of results of candidates, who have already received SMS of their results.

Also, going by the fact that many candidates are having issues assessing their 2019 UTME results via Text/SMS, which is the only method provided JAMB at the moment, it is obvious that JAMB will most likely provide other options for such candidates which will be either to check it on JAMB’s website using their registration numbers or via the candidates profile.

We are currently monitoring to know exactly when the JAMB Online Result Portal will be available. Please check the current status of the portal at this link; https://myschool.ng/news/jamb-2019-online-result-checking

JAMB SET TO CONDUCT ANOTHER EXAM WHICH WILL BE TAKEN PLACE FROM 20TH OF MAY 2019 – 26TH MAY, AS THE WEBSITE HACKED

We are sorry to announced that the board figured out their site has been hacked and some results have been upgraded.

So due to this incidents that occurred, we are very sorry to announce to this year’s candidates that the exams shall be taken place again from the 20th of May 2019 – 26th May 2019.

So therefore, the candidates are advised to go for their reprint for the upcoming exams once the board announce the date for reprint.

Once again sorry for your inconvenience.

Signed:

Prof Is-haq Olanrewaju Oloyede

Jamb Chairman

FELGOS Call On All Ese-Odo Students And Lovers Of Justice, To Help Them Fight Against Devilish Injustice Of Scrapping 2016/17 Academic Session Of OSOPADEC Bursary

FEDERATION OF ESE-ODO LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDENTS (FELGOS NATIONAL BODY

Greetings to our ever gallant indefatigable comrades of the above named association.

A government may cloak itself in democratic terms and yet be viciously destructive to the interests of the citizens that it purports to serve. It’s on this we are hereby calling on all Ese Odo students and lovers of justice to help us in the fight against this devilish injustice of scrapping 2016/17 academic session of OSOPADEC bursary.
The protest is scheduled to hold on *Wednesday, 8th of May 2019 by 8:00 a.m at Mobil Petrol station, from there we start the protest to OSOPADEC office at Oba-Ile Akure.

A man dies when he refuses to stand up for that which is right. A man dies when he refuses to stand up for justice. A man dies when he refuses to take a stand for that which is true, We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented, please let’s turn out massively to fight this injustice.
Yours in struggle for emancipation
Aluta Continua,Victoria Ascerta!!

Signed;
Comr. Olugbenga Samuel