The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Sunday, said it would not make any exceptional community for the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The UTME, which will be Computer Base Test (CBT) mode all through, is relied upon to start on Monday, Feb. 29. In an announcement by Head, Media and Information of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, said the consideration of the board was attracted to challenges by some claimed forthcoming competitors in Edo and Lagos states over the conclusion of the board’s enlistment entry in planning to the UTME. “The board earnestly sympathizes with the predicament of these planned applicants.
“It is surely the wish of the board that the Nigerian youth burning of tertiary instruction are given sufficient chance to enlist for its examination. “This is the reason it started the offer of its application archive in August 2015, which is around seven months back. “In the promotion for the offer of the enrollment records, the board obviously expressed that the deals would near to January. “Be that as it may, because of open request it extended the enlistment procedure to February,” the announcement read to a limited extent. The load up further expressed that it couldn’t permit possibility to enlist never-endingly, including that it had a period table and it holds fast entirely to it. It noticed this was to permit tertiary establishments to start confirmation forms early. “We all must work to cherish the way of life of control in the framework and guarantee that tertiary organizations schedules are not truncated. “It is most heartbreaking that a few competitors held up until our site was pulled back before making endeavors to enlist,” the board expressed. It noticed that each trying competitor was relied upon to know the method as appropriate reputation including the media was finished. More than one million applicants have so far enrolled for the examination on the all CBT stage inside and outside the nation. More than 500 focuses were likewise authorize for the behavior of the examination inside and outside Nigeria. (NAN)