n JAMB Releases Important Update On 2023 UTME Registration

JAMB Releases Important Update On 2023 UTME Registration

 On Monday, the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) was scheduled for the year 2023, and the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced that all necessary steps were being taken to ensure a smooth process. Professor is the Registrar of JAMB, according to Naija News. Ishaq Oloyede promised that registration for the UTME in 2023 would start on time. This was said by the head of JAMB during a meeting with all commissioners of education on Monday in Lagos to discuss crucial issues. Speaking to reporters shortly after the meeting, the JAMB director announced that the board was prepared to start the examination process for the current year, boasting that the majority of the difficulties encountered during the administration of previous examinations had been resolved.

The establishment of top-notch computer-based test (CBT) centers across the country was a major topic of discussion, according to Oloyede, during the meeting. According to him, the commissioners and other participants in the meeting also saw the outcome of the accreditation of the 2023 centers for the conduct of the 2023 JAMB exam. Out of the more than 800 centers that applied, Oloyede stated that "600 centers in total have been approved." According to him, the figure is 140 fewer than the total number of participants in the exercise in 2022. As a result, it is anticipated that fewer employees would be employed. The general elections will not conflict with the exam, according to Fabian Benjamin, the director of media and protocol for JAMB. "We all know that this is an election year, but we have planned our activities so that they won't be impacted by it," the man said. "As a result, I want to take advantage of this opportunity to assure potential candidates and the general public that there won't be a confrontation." "The Commission, whose responsibility it is to conduct the elections, is capable of performing each of its distinct duties effectively without interfering with the others, just like the board." As far as Naija News is aware, some of the commissioners praised the registrar for trying to improve the system and praised the new initiative. Ngozi Chuma Ude, the commissioner for education in Anambra, spoke to journalists and referred to Oloyede as a trailblazer who had put a lot of work into revolutionizing the nation's exam system.

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