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JAMB Introduces Physical Health & Computer Science For UTME

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said it is presenting two new science subjects for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.



The Registrar of JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede, expressed this on Saturday in Abuja.

The subjects are Physical Health Education and Computer Science.

“We are asking and sharpening general society, especially the understudies, who are to take the test, that these are two science subjects that will be added to their decision to augment openings for contender to have the option to get to tertiary instruction,” Oloyede expressed.



The enlistment center likewise noticed that the board would before long get the excess free from illicit affirmations directed by tertiary establishments in the country.

He said the move was to guarantee that understudies, who were inappropriately conceded, however had the base capabilities, were protected.

Frame had as of late revealed 706,189 illicit confirmations by colleges, polytechnics, schools of training and other related establishments.



“We need to proceed with the mission to debilitate the individuals who are submitting such illicit activity to quit doing as such,” Oloyede said.

While taking note of that a credit only enrollment framework was embraced for 2022 UTME, Oloyede said JAMB would likewise disallow PC based test habitats from selling e-PINs to make preparations for coercion of up-and-comers.

He expressed, “It is realized that numerous CBT focuses, in spite of oversight, actually figure out how to take advantage of up-and-comers.



“We need to end that; we have increased observing, however part of what we are doing is to guarantee that we ensure the understudies against this blackmail.

“We will guarantee that anyone who needs to sell ePIN won’t be a CBT focus administrator. When you are a CBT focus administrator, you have lost the option to sell ePIN, with the goal that we can consider the ePIN dealers answerable for what they do.”

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