JAMB Laments Poor Turnout For UTME Registration, Says No Extension
The PUNCH reports that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has criticized the low turnout of applicants in the continuous enrollment for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.
Pillar recorder, Prof Is-haq Oloyede, while reviewing the lead of the enrollment interaction on Saturday in Kano State, said a few Computer-Based Testcentres in the state saw low turnouts of competitors.
“We are concerned on the grounds that, towards the finish of the activity, you will see individuals clamoring for an expansion whenever they have the potential chance to enlist on schedule,” he said.
Oloyede likewise noticed that the board could enlist 100,000 applicants each day from one side of the country to the other.
“I went round CBT focuses here in Kano, and there was a middle where there is just a single up-and-comer in the middle, that middle can enroll 20 competitors all the while.
“Furthermore, here, you can see where we have around 20 enlistment focuses; you see a couple of quantities of applicants.
“We won’t broaden the time of the enrollment past March 26,” he added.
While speaking to the media to help sharpening competitors in enrolling, Oloyede emphasized that “we won’t be able to expand. Thus far, we have enlisted around 1.41 million competitors”.