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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Senate extends JAMB's UTME validity period to 3 years

The Nigerian Senate has passed the amendment to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board’s Act #JAMBBill SB. 245 into law. Part of the amendment is the extension of the validity of JAMB UTME results to 3 years.

Senate President Bukola Saraki, in appreciating his distinguished colleagues for their work towards the passage of the bill commented that the new amendments will indeed bring financial relief to students as well as parents and reduce bottlenecks and corruption in the admission process.

16 comments:

okechukwu nnoduechi said...

WONDERFUL...








AUNTY LINDA 👩

OSINANL said...

OKAY!

charles obaze said...

Good work


This's what i call progress

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

Phew! Better! Welcomed development . The secondary students must be jubilating cus of the stress they go through every year.




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livingstone chibuike said...

Is a welcomed developement

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

This is good. At least something has come out of the Senate for once


Long Live LIB

Odibe Blessing said...

Dat's good

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Good

Jamb Validity Period said...

This is indeed good news and we know it will benefits a lot of Jambites.

Ndubisi Tochukwu said...

nice one...please let them look into scrapping nysc. Thank u
Signed
LibBadBoy

Vivian Reginalds said...

hmm
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Juliet Iwuno said...

Good news! Linda take note!

Oyinkansola Olusola said...

Its all good
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Nseabasi Ekpo said...

good

Anonymous said...

They need to scrap nysc yesterday and replace it with voluntary community service. It's an unnecessary burden on both government and youths. The objective was to strengthen our unity but let's ask ourselves if this really works. Where I served, if I hadn't been there, I'd have better respect for them. Total waste of time and energy. If I went voluntarily, maybe I'don't have a more open mind and actually be useful to the community you know.

Anonymous said...

Very good news

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