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Monday, 15 June 2020

JAMB 2020 Cut-Off Policy Meeting - Live Updates



This is where you will get live updates, if you intend to monitor, in real time, the outcome of the JAMB 2020 Cut-Off Policy Meeting. The meeting is expected to lay out crucial 2020 admission guidelines, including the determination of the official 2020 Admission Cut-off Marks for various institutions.


The meeting will be Chaired by The Honourable Minister of Education,  Do help us report live. Please let us know any important or crucial information that will be discussed, and keep us updated on a Minute by Minute basis. 2020 Admission Seekers will be counting on YOU to let them know of any information that is discussed.

If you want to follow the meeting, we advise you to reload this page from time to time or click on "Follow Comments" button at the bottom of this page to get notifications when there's a new comment or report.

We hope the decisions made at the meeting today will favour all 2020 Admission Seekers.

We at YOMSDIRECT will also try as much as possible to update critical information as we get them. Rest assured, after the meeting, we will provide details of the outcome of the meeting.

As from today, please ensure you visit this website DAILY, as important information from various schools concerning admissions will be rapidly updated.

We can only help ourselves if we say what's on our minds.

Let's Begin!

4 comments:

  1. There will be no live broadcast

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  2. 2020 JAMB POLICY MEETING

    Date: 16th June, 2020 ( Tue.)

    Venue: Online ( Monitored from JAMB headquarters, Abuja )


    AGENDA OF THE MEETING

    1. Set the policy direction for the nation’s tertiary institutions

    2. Discuss modalities for the 2020 admissions

    3. Decide on the Cut off Points ( COPs) & admission guidelines for the 2020 admissions

    4. Deliberate on the Critical issues concerning Nigeria's educational sector.

    5. Evaluate the 2019 admissions exercise

    6. Holistic review of the 2020 UTME application statistics

    7. Agree on the concessional and acceptable minimum admissions standards by all tertiary institutions.

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  3. The registrar of JAMB, ishaq Oloyede said "Out of 1,159,977 candidates who sat for utme in 2019, about 612,557 were admitted. He said about 510,957 admission spaces were unused."

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  4. The minister said no institution should charge more than N2000 for post-UTME, including bank charges, and no admission should be made outside the Central Admissions Processing System ( CAPS).

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