JAMB Admission Prosecute Process – JAMB to Prosecute Institutions and Candidates Found Breaching the Admission Process

JAMB Admission Prosecute Process – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has revealed that it’ll work with security agencies to prosecute any institution or candidate, found breaching its admission’s code of operations. The board made this known in its latest Weekly Bulletin.

It said that henceforth, stringent measures, including prosecution, would be taken against erring candidates or institutions once a clear case has been established against them.

JAMB Admission Prosecute Process

JAMB Registrar noted that although the Central Admissions Process System (CAPS) had made the admission process transparent, fair, and equitable, some stakeholders were, however, working hard to bypass the system.


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He said that one among the infractions observed, especially being committed by institutions, included offering candidates admission outside CAPS.

Others are candidates to choose other programmes, to offer room for his or her favoured but low-scoring candidates and also offline admissions.

The registrar described the acts as criminal, wicked, and unacceptable, adding that those found aiding and abetting admissions irregularities would be prosecuted.


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“There should be no debate about merit. “Merit is merit and it’s not negotiable; high-scoring candidates need to be admitted first.’’

The board also disclosed that it had taken a holistic view of all outstanding processes, to make sure the fast conclusion of the 2020 admissions.

It stated that CAPS had since been activated for personal institutions, given their peculiarities, while the general public institutions were mandated to imitate.

Concerning the date for the sale of the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE) forms, the board stated that it might soon announced the date.

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