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7 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU GO AND REGISTER FOR JAMB UTME

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Registration for JAMB’s 2024 UTME has just commenced and there are 7 things you absolutely must do before you proceed to an accredited centre to register for the exam. The registration will last until 26th February 2024 and this checklist is crucial to avoid unnecessary issues you may encounter at the accredited registration centre.

Candidates are advised to join the Eniola Educational Consultant JAMB Whatsapp group where JAMB 2024 candidates or prospective students of a particular school can ask questions, share their concerns and get instant answers. CLICK HERE to join.

The content of this publication will guide you on the requirements you must have fulfilled before proceeding to the registration centre so you don’t waste time, and resources and not achieve what you set out to do. If you have already accomplished the 7 items listed below, then proceed to; JAMB 2024 UTME/DE registration – step-by-step application guide

7 things to do before you go and register for your JAMB UTME

1Get your National Identification Number (NIN): Based on previous reports, NIN may likely be a compulsory requirement for the UTME/DE registration. In case you do not have yours yet and you intend to register for the UTME/DE, we advise you quickly get it ready. We earlier provided a step-by-step procedure on how you can acquire NIN. So if you are yet to get yours, visit this link: NIN Application Guidelines and follow the instructions to get yours.

2. Create your JAMB registration profile code: A ten-character profile code is now required by JAMB before any candidates can be successfully registered for UTME. To generate the profile code, you are required to send your NIN, through a registered phone number to a provided shortcode. You are advised to create your profile code before registration begins to enable you to avoid the rush and prevent anxiety. We have now outlined the simple instructions to easily perform this task. Proceed now to Create your JAMB registration profile code.

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Candidates are advised to join the Eniola Educational Consultant JAMB Whatsapp group where JAMB 2024 candidates or prospective students of a particular school can ask questions, share their concerns and get instant answers. CLICK HERE to join.

BONUS. Download and print the JAMB registration template: Your ability to completely fill out the free JAMB registration template will determine how easy your registration will be when you visit an accredited JAMB registration centre.  This document ensures you make the right decisions concerning your choices and selections before your actual registration. This will help you eliminate most of the registration mistakes candidates often make. If you need assistance in filling out the registration template, feel free to print this document and fill it with the help of your Parents/Guardians, mentors, elder siblings or teachers/lecturers, or anybody that can help you correctly fill the entire form. Download and print the JAMB registration template for free.

3. Know The Course You Want To Study: Deciding on the course you intend to study is one of the things you should do now before registration begins. This is because you need time to think before settling on a career/course. You shouldn’t just pick any course. It has to be a course you have passion as well as an academic aptitude for. Please note that for a successful registration, you should have alternative (2nd choice) courses in mind.

4. Know the School You Intend to Apply to: Just like in choosing a course, you need to equally know beforehand the institution you want to apply for. Your criteria in choosing one should be based on whether the school offers the course you intend to study, the admission requirements of the school, the school fees as well as other personal preferences e.g location etc. Please note that for a successful registration, you should have a choice each for other institutions such as polytechnic or college of education. Here are 5 things UTME candidates should consider before choosing an institution.

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5. Know the subject combination for your course: Many students make this mistake by choosing the wrong subject combinations for their course. Remember, that choosing the wrong one can jeopardize your chances of gaining admission. Be wise!!!

Candidates are advised to join the Eniola Educational Consultant JAMB Whatsapp group where JAMB 2024 candidates or prospective students of a particular school can ask questions, share their concerns and get instant answers. CLICK HERE to join.

6. Ask for Guidance: If for any reason you are confused and need guidance may be regarding the choice of course or school, UTME/O’level subject combination etc, you can make use of the “Ask A Question” section of our website. We have a community of scholars that will do their best to provide valuable answers to your questions. You are however required to provide relevant details to be able to get the right answers. 

7Start Studying Now: Finally, start studying now and don’t just study hard, learn to study smart. By now you should know that a good number of JAMB past questions are repeated every year.

Candidates are advised to join the Eniola Educational Consultant JAMB Whatsapp group where JAMB 2024 candidates or prospective students of a particular school can ask questions, share their concerns and get instant answers. CLICK HERE to join.

Once the UTME Registration begins, we will publish it here on Eniola Educational Consultant, and give you step-by-step details on how to proceed with your registration successfully.

Until then, stay prepared!

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ASUU STRIKE: FAILURE BY THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES TO ADDRESS OUR DEMANDS WOULD ATTRACT SEVERE CONSEQUENCES – ASUU NEC WARNS

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has condemned the mass establishment of universities in the country, describing the development as ‘reckless and excessive’.

The National President, Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, made the union’s position known at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, on Wednesday, while briefing the press on the outcome of ASUU’s recent NEC meeting.

This is even as the Union has advised the Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, (FUTO), Owerri, Professor Nnenna Oti, to withdraw the Professorship the institution conferred on Isah Patami, the immediate past Minister of Communications and Digital Economy.

He lamented that university education was suffering due to total neglect by the government.

Osodeke noted that the federal and state governments are establishing more universities without making adequate provision for their funding, adding that many of the new institutions were only established for political reasons.

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The ASUU President regretted that the ugly trend has put much stress on the intervention funds of Tertiary Education Trust Fund, TETFund, alleging that some of the new universities are being established with money diverted from TETFund.

ASUU called for the stripping of former Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Isah Patami, of the status of full-time Professor, saying that the Vice Chancellor and management of FUTO were wrong to award a serving minister as a professor.

The union also accused the VC of FUTO, Professor Nnenna Oti of allegedly victimizing members of ASUU in the Owerri-based federal university.

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Osodeke raised the alarm that the Federal Government is planning to re-introduce the controversial Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System, IPPIS, saying that the January 2024 salaries paid to the ASUU members indicated “new IPPS”.

The union demanded the payment of withheld seven and half months salaries of its members, payment of earned academic allowances and equally condemned the Federal Government for dissolving Governing Councils of Universities.

The ASUU leader expressed concern that public universities are being underfunded by the federal and state governments, leaving the student population and Nigerian education sector to suffer.

ASUU warned that failure by the concerned authorities to address its demands would attract severe consequences.

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UNUBIKO FOUNDATION TERTIARY EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

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Unubiko Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to enhancing the quality of life in underprivileged communities through education, healthcare, and community development initiatives, is pleased to announce the commencement of its 2023/2024 scholarship scheme.

Objective:

Unubiko Foundation Tertiary Education Scholarship Awards

The scholarship aims to support deserving students from Abia State enrolled in state and federal tertiary institutions across Nigeria, as well as non-Abian students studying in state and federal tertiary institutions within Abia State.

This scholarship scheme underscores the foundation’s dedication to fostering educational progression, with a particular focus on supporting the girl-child.

Categories and Eligibility:

The scholarship is divided into three categories:

1. University

2. Polytechnic

3. College of Education

Eligible Programs:

Students pursuing full-time degrees, diplomas, or certifications in the following fields are invited to apply:

– Accountancy

– Agricultural Science

– Architecture

– Business Administration/Economics

– Computer Science

– Education Technology

– Environmental Studies/Surveying

– Geology/Geophysics/Geo Informatics

– Law

– Mass Communication/Journalism

– Engineering

– Dentistry

– Pharmacy

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– Medicine/Surgery

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

– Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.0 in a 5.0 grade system or equivalent for the University category.

– Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.5 in a 4.0 grade system or equivalent for the Polytechnic category.

– Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.0 in a 5.0 grade system or equivalent for the College of Education category.

– Minimum of six O-level credits, including English language and Mathematics, obtained in one sitting.

 

Application Process:

Interested applicants should follow these steps:

1. Click on the “Apply” tab on the scholarship portal.

2. Complete the application form before the deadline on the 28th of February, 2024.

Important Notes:

– Only applications submitted through the UNUBIKO FOUNDATION portal will be considered.

– Applicants must undergo a screening test.

– Accuracy and completeness of information are paramount.

– There are no fees associated with the application process; it is entirely free.

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– Falsification of documents will result in disqualification at any stage of the process.

– Scholarship offers are non-transferable to other universities or courses of study.

– Submitting multiple applications will result in automatic disqualification.

Required Documents:

Before starting the application, ensure you have clear scanned copies of the following documents:

1. Passport photograph (not more than 6 months old, 450px by 450px, not exceeding 200kb)

2. School ID card

3. Admission Letter

4. Birth Certificate or attestation

5. O’ Level Result (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB)

6. JAMB Result

7. Local Government Area Letter of Identification

8. Signed School Verification Form

Naming Convention:

Ensure that all documents are named accurately to facilitate clarity during the upload process.

Apply Now:

Visit the Unubiko Foundation Scholarship portal to begin your application journey.

For further details, please carefully review the Requirement/Eligibility and How to Apply pages on the portal.

Application Deadline:

28th February, 2024.

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ALEX OTTI FOUNDATION (AOF) 2024 SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR NIGERIANS

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The Alex Otti Foundation Scholarship program is dedicated to providing financial assistance to disadvantaged students with ties to Abia State, Nigeria. This scholarship covers tuition and living expenses, aiming to empower recipients to pursue their educational aspirations.

Requirements:

Alex Otti Foundation (AOF) Scholarship Award For Nigerians 2024

To be eligible for the Alex Otti Foundation Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria:

1. Academic Standing:

  – Current 2nd-year students (200 Level) in government-owned tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

   – Minimum CGPA of 3.5 in the first academic session (First Year).

   – Direct entry students entering the 2nd year by April 2024.

2. Exclusions:

   – Siblings of current scholars are ineligible until their sibling’s scholarship term concludes.

3. Additional Considerations:

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   – Residency in Abia State is a requirement, regardless of ancestral ties.

   – Preference is given to indigent students who genuinely lack financial resources for tertiary education.

Selection Process:

– Only candidates who pass the initial screening will be contacted due to the high volume of applications.

Available Programs:

– The scholarship is open to students pursuing accredited courses in recognized Nigerian institutions.

Participating Universities:

– Students from universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education are eligible if they meet the criteria.

Required Documents:

Applicants must submit the following documents:

– Statement of Result for the first academic session.

– Letter of recognition from their community/religious group leader or electricity bill to prove residency.

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– 1200-word essay divided into three parts.

– Valid means of identification.

Selection Criteria:

Recipients are selected based on:

– Strong academic background.

– Leadership potential.

– Desire for societal contribution.

Maintaining the Scholarship:

Recipients must maintain a CGPA of at least 3.5 each academic session to retain the scholarship until graduation.

Application Procedure:

See the application details on the official portal.

Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, March 24, 2024.

The Alex Otti Foundation Scholarship is a prestigious opportunity for deserving students in Abia State to pursue higher education. Through this program, the foundation aims to foster academic excellence and contribute to the development of Nigerian society. Apply now to secure your future education.

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