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LATEST - Nigeria universities/poly introduce New method of conducting Post utme exam

With the scrapping of the post-Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination, some universities in the
country have created fresh measures to screen their
candidates for the 2016/2017 academic session, findings
by our correspondents have revealed.
While some have merely tagged the new measures as
“screening of certificates”, others insist that their
candidates must sit for other written examinations.
This comes as some others have yet to roll out the
modalities in place of the post-UTME.
The Minister of Education, Mr. Adamu Adamu, while
declaring open a Combined Policy Meeting on admission
to universities, polytechnics and other higher institutions,
in Abuja, two weeks ago, announced the scrapping of the
post-UTME.
He described subjecting candidates to another round of
examination after the UTME conducted by the Joint
Admissions and Matriculation Board as unnecessary.
At the Lagos State University, Ojo, where the authorities
said they would respect the Federal Government’s
directive, its Head, Centre for Information, Press and
Public Relations, Mr. Martin Adekoya, said the university
had initiated a fresh screening measure.
Adekoya said, “For now, I may not totally rule out any
further examination but the university has inaugurated a
screening method.”
Finding by one of our correspondents show that the
university is allegedly demanding N5,000 for this year’s
post-UTME registration. The school, it was also gathered,
had scheduled the registration for between June 9 and
24.
For the University of Benin, which has already fixed
between June 27 and July 9 for the what it called
“Computer-based screening” at its Ugbowo campus, the
candidates would pay an application fee of N2,000 that
excludes other charges such as those for past questions
as well as Interswitch and Portal Services.
But while some schools are still rolling out the modalities,
Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, one of our
correspondents gathered, has already conducted the
post-UTME.
Justifying the examination, the Head, Corporate Affairs,
Mr. Tunde Olofintila, said, “We ran our post-UTME on
Saturday. In the past, people came in with jumbo marks
they could not defend. So, the post-UTME is a way of
checking this.”
The founder of the university, Chief Afe Babalola (SAN),
had earlier faulted the scrapping of the post-UTME.
Meanwhile, the University of Ibadan said its Senate had
yet to release modalities for the screening of candidates
to the ivory tower.
Its Director of Communications, Mr. Olatunji Oladejo,
who confirmed this to one of our correspondents on
Monday, however, said that the university was aware that
scammers were trying to defraud some candidates
seeking admission to the school.
He said, “The university has not taken a decision on
modalities for admission but we will let members of the
public know as soon as possible. The screening criteria
will be peculiar to the standard set by the institution.
“We are aware of admission scammers who have been
luring parents and candidates into believing that they
could influence their admission into the school. They
reportedly collect N40,000 from each candidate but we
are using this opportunity to warn parents and
candidates to beware of such scammers. They do not
represent the admission office of the school or its
management. So far, the school has not released its 2016
admission guideline.”
Also, the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ojere, Abeokuta,
Ogun State, through its Public Relations Officer, Sulaiman
Adebiyi, said the institution was considering a number of
options to replace the post-UTME.
The polytechnic, he said, would insist on the candidates’
UTME as well as the West African Senior School
Certification Examination results.
Adebiyi said, “The institution has not arrived at any
option yet but we are considering a number of options.
Definitely, any student seeking admission into MAPOLY
must meet the cut off mark by the JAMB and he or she
must have good grades in his or her ‘O’ level results.
“As I told you, we have yet to take any final decision on
that. But soon, the modalities will be worked out.”
Similarly, the Head, Directorate of Public Relations,
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Mrs. Emi
Alawode, said the Governing Council and the Senate of
the institution were still consulting with relevant
stakeholders on the most appropriate substitute for the
scrapped post-UTME.
She said, “As soon as the conclusion is reached, we will
make it public.”
For the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo
State, its Public Relations Officer, Mr. Adegbenro
Adebanjo, said the school would wait for further directive
from the Federal Ministry of Education.
Adebanjo said, “What we are trying to do in our pre-
admission screening is to ensure that we take appropriate
guidance from the Federal Ministry of Education. What we
are going to do will be in the ambit of the directive of the
ministry. “
One of the private universities in the state, the Achiever’s
University, Owo, said it adopted simple traditional mode
of screening the students by checking their results and
interviewing them to assess their level of intelligence
quotient.
The Head, Public Relations of the institution, Mr. Adebayo
Olagunju, who said admission process had commenced
in the university, noted that its potential students were
currently passing through the screening in line with the
style of the school.
He said, “We have commenced the screening now for our
new students. What we normally do is to invite them and
we check their results and interview them to know their
characters. So, anybody found to be deficient will be
screened out. “
In a related development, the Vice-Chancellor of the Ekiti
State University, Ado Ekiti, Prof. Samuel Bandele, has
backed the scrapping of the post-UTME, describing it as
“unnecessary duplication.”
Bandele, who spoke at a briefing in Ado Ekiti, said, “The
scrapping of post-UTME is a good one, but this cannot
stop the universities from screening prospective students
because that has been the tradition even before the
advent of JAMB.”
Also, the VC of the Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun
State, Prof. Debo Adeyewa, said the university would not
conduct another examination for candidates.
Adeyewa, who said universities in other climes had their
ways of screening students for admission, noted that the
idea of centralised university admission did not support
university autonomy.
He said, “The post-UTME is one component of screening.
We still have other ways of screening the students to
know if their credentials are genuine and to know their
background.
“We screen to know more about the character of the
students. We do not conduct another examination but we
will screen their credentials.”
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College of Agriculture Akure FECA Admission Form 2016/2017 Out

The Federal College of Agriculture, Akure (FECA)
invites applications from qualified candidates for
admission into full-time and part-time
programmes in Remedial, National Diploma (ND),
Higher National Diploma (HND), Certificate and
Advanced Diploma Courses in different areas of Agriculture and related disciplines. (A) REMEDIAL COURSE - 1 Year Programme This programme is designed to prepare candidates
for the ND Programme. Candidates for the
programme must hold the WASC or GCE O/level or
SSCE/NECO/NABTEB with a minimum of five (5)
Passes obtained at not more than two sittings in the
following subject: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Agricultural Science or Biology and other
relevant subject. (B) NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND) & HIGHER
NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) COURSES 1. HND Animal Production Technology
2. HND Agricultural Extension and Management
3. HND Crop Production Technology
4. HND Horticulture and Landscape Design
5. HND Agricultural And Bio-Environmental
Engineering Technology (Farm Power & Machinery) 6. ND Agricultural Technology
7. ND Animal Health and Production Technology
8. ND Agricultural and Bio-Environmental
Engineering
9. ND Horticulture and Landscape Design ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (A) NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND)
WASC or GCE O’Level or SSCE / NECO /NABTEB with
a minimum of five (5) credit passes obtained at not
more than two sittings. The five subjects must
include Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science
plus three other subjects from Economics, English Language, Geography, Mathematics, Physics or
Statistics. Candidates must in addition obtained at
least Credit Passes in English Language and
Mathematics or Statistics. Five credit passes in NBTE
recognized preliminary National Diploma Course
offered in a Polytechnic or Similar Post Secondary Institution. The five Credit Passes must be from the
subjects specified in (a) above (B) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND)
Candidate must have a minimum of lower credit in
cognate National Diploma (ND) plus five O’level
credits in relevant subject obtained at WASSCE /
GCE / NECO / NABTEB. Candidates must also have
one year Post ND industrial experience. NCE holders are also eligible for HND Programs DURATION The aforementioned part-time ND and HND courses
will run for 6 semesters (3 years) while full - time
HND
programme will run for 2 years. All programmes
are accredited by NBTE (C) CERTIFICATE AND ADVANCED DIPLOMA
COURSES 1. Certificate Course in Poultry Production and
Management
2. Certificate Course in Pig Production and
Management
3. Certificate Course in Fish Cage Production
4. Horticulture and Landscape Design (a) Landscaping
(b) Flower Nursery Establishment and Ornamental
Plant Identification
(c) Organic Vegetable Production
(d) Horticultural Plant Propagation (Building, Grafting
and Air-layering Techniques) 5. Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering
Department
(a) Farm Mechanization
(b) Tractor Operation and Maintenance (D) OTHER CERTIFICATE COURSES (I) Certificate Course in Produce and Pest Control
Technology
(II) Certificate Course in Statistics and Economic
Planning
(III) Certificate Course in Agroclimatology, Climate
Change and Biodiversity (IV) Certificate Course in Project Cycle Management
(Planning, Monitoring and Participatory Evaluation).
(V) Certificate Course in Agricultural commodity and
value chain development
(VI) Certificate Course in Entrepreneurship
development and marketing (VII) Certificate Course in Forestry Management and
Marketing
(VIII) Certificate Course in Gender Studies and
Women empowerment
(IX) Certificate Course General Agriculture
(X) Certificate Course Sustainable Cassava Production Enterprise ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Certificate Course JSS Cert / SSS Cert; Primary Six
Cert. holders may also be considered DURATION The above-listed courses will run for 1
session (2 Semesters) (E) ADVANCED CERTIFICATE COURSES (I) Advanced Certificate Course in Production and
Pest Control Technology
(II) Advanced Certificate Course in Agroclimatogoly,
Climate and Biodiversity
(III) Advance Certificate Course in Statistics and
Economic Planning (IV) Advance Certificate Course in General
Agriculture ENTRY REQUIREMENTS JSS Cert / SSS Cert; Primary Six Cert. holders may
also be considered
1. Certificate in any Agricultural Science Course
DURATION: 2 Years (4 Semesters) (F) ADVANCED DIPLOMA COURSES (I) Advanced Diploma Course in Crop Production and
Horticulture
(II) Advanced Diploma Course in Statistics ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Advanced Certificate in any agricultural science
course or JSS Cert / SSS Cert; Primary Six Cert.
holders may also
be considered
These course are specifically designed for staff
from Produce and Quality Control Department of Ministry of Natural Resources, Extension Officers,
Women in Agriculture, ADPs, and degree holders
not in Agriculture.
DURATION: 3 YEARS (6 Semesters) METHOD OF APPLICATION: 1. Interested JAMB UTME candidates for ND
programs who made the college their choice
should visit the college website http:// www.feca.edu.ng to apply for post UTME by filling the online form after paying the applicable
fee. 2. UTME candidates who did not make Federal
College of Agriculture their choice can also
apply for change of institution through the
college. 3. All Part Time programs, Remedial and HND
applicants should also visit the college website
to check the admission requirements. 4. All applicants should go through the college
portal at http://portal.feca.edu.ng/cportal/web
to generate the RRR that they will use to pay
either electronically through ATM card, online
bank transfer or cash payment at any Union
Bank or any other banks with the generated RRR. 5. Application fee, HND & Remedial N10,000; All
Part Time programs N12,000. Online Application
is now open to all prospective applicants.
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AAU Ekpoma Post Utme & DE Admission Screening Form 2016/2016 is Out

Aau ekpoma post Utme form details announced.
The management of Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma invites all 2016/2017 UTME candidates who
chose the university as First Choice, with a score of 180 and above to apply for the admission screening exercise of the institution.

Method of Application: 1. Applicants are required to pay for the Ambrose
Alli University, Ekpoma Screening exercise
online application form at a fee of N2,000.00
(Two thousand Naira) only using their ATM debit
cards on Interswitch or purchase an eTranzact
PIN (Payment Voucher) from any of the under listed Banks Nation Wide;
-ECOBANK NIGERIA, Plc
-FIDELITY BANK, Plc
-FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA, Plc
-KEYSTONE BANK LTD
-UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA, Plc -ZENITH BANK, Plc. 2. Candidates are advised to apply online at https://aaue.waeup.org using either e- Tranzact PIN purchased from the banks stated
above or ATM debit cards on Interswitch. 3. All such candidates must upload their coloured
passport photograph and scanned copies of all
relevant certificates / documents to the Portal. 4. Candidates should preview and confirm that the
passport photograph is properly uploaded as no
complaint of wrong or blank picture will be
entertained after submission of forms. 5. Candidates are to print out a copy of the
application form with their passport photograph
for presentation along with other documents on
the screening dates stated above. The screening guide is available for download on
completion of the application process. Post-UTME Screening Time-Table: The screening exercise for the various faculties is
scheduled to take place from Monday, 4th July,
2016 to Saturday 9th July, 2016 starting from
7.30am each day. Note: The Venue and Time for the screening exercise will be available on submission of the
candidates online application form. Direct Entry Screening: All Direct Entry candidates who applied to JAMB for
admission and chose Ambrose Alli University,
Ekpoma as Institution of First Choice are also
required to complete the online application form for
their screening exercise. All such candidates must
upload scanned copies of all relevant certificates/ documents to the Portal. *Screening exercise for Direct Entry (DE) candidates
is scheduled to take place from Tuesday, 2nd
August, 2016 to Friday 5th August, 2016 from
9.00am each day. Note: The Venue for the screening exercise will be available on submission of the candidates online
application form. Please be informed that there shall be no Direct
Entry into Medicine and Law. All Direct Entry candidates should follow the online
application procedure as stated above and also
obtain the forms via ATM debit cards on Interswitch
or eTranzact PIN (Payment Voucher) at a fee of
N2,000.00 (Two thousand Naira) only from any of
the designated Banks, (The fee excludes other charges as stated below). Note: All candidates (both UTME and Direct
Entry) are to note that; Screening guidelines: N2,000.00 (Two thousand
naira) only, Technology fee: N 1,000.00 (One
thousand naira) only and bank charges, will be
charged at the point of purchase of the forms online
via ATM debit cards on Interswitch or eTranzact PIN
(Payment Voucher). All names should be written in full when completing
the online application form as no initials shall be
entertained. Application Deadline: Application forms for both UTME and Direct Entry
(DE) candidates will be available online for
completion and submission till Midnight Sunday 3rd
July, 2016. Warning!: Any candidate who fails to appear for the screening
exercise automatically forfeits his/her eligibility for
consideration in the 2016/2017 academic
session’s admission exercise. Anyone caught impersonating will be handed over
to the Police and the candidate so impersonated
will be automatically 'disqualified'.
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Fed Poly Ilaro Post Utme Form 2016 – Screening Exam Date, Application Details

Fed poly Ilaro post utme form is officially out.
Application for screening exercise is hereby requested from interested candidates who wrote
the 2016/2017 UTME and made Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro their choice of institution. 

Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro poly logo ELIGIBILITY (i) Candidates who chose the Federal Polytechnic
Ilaro and whose score is not below 180 in the 2016 UTME.
(ii) Each candidate is expected to pay the sum of
Two Thousand Nine Hundred Naira only (N2,900.00)
as screening fee and fee for admission status checking.
(iii) Candidates are expected to complete the
Screening Form online following
the procedure listed below. How To Apply For Fed Poly Ilaro Post UTME Form: 1. Candidates seeking admission into the Federal
Polytechnic, Ilaro are required to complete the
Institution’s Form available online
at: www.federalpolyilaro.edu.ng 2. Candidates are to generate a Screening Form
Invoice by filling in their details online on the
Institution’s website. 3. With the Screening invoice, candidates should
obtain a CONFIRMATION ORDER NUMBER from any
branch of the under-listed banks upon the
payment of the sum of Two Thousand Nine
Hundred Naira (N2,900.00) only.
Please note that the CONFIRMATION ORDER NUMBER must be obtained in the name of the
applicant. The authorised banks for this exercise are: United
Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, WEMA Bank Plc, Skye
Bank Plc, Union Bank Plc, Ilaro Poly Microfinance
Bank, Access Bank Plc and Zenith Bank Plc. Instructions to Candidates; Log on to www.federalpolyilaro.edu.ng Click on "College Portal " on the main menu Scroll down to "New Application" Click on the "Generate Invoice" button To generate your invoice fill in your Name and
other details (as you have them on your
credentials) and select your programme and
Course of study. Proceed to the bank with the invoice generated.
Pay at the bank and obtain a CONFIRMATION
ORDER NUMBER Return to the portal, repeat steps 1-3 above and
click on the "Fill Application form" button Enter the CONFIRMATION ORDER NUMBER
obtained from the bank Complete the application form. Scan and upload the following 
(i) a colour passport-size photograph of not
more than 50kb in the space provided on the
online form.
(ii) UTME notification of result slip
(iii) O’level Result(s) for candidates who are not awaiting their result.
(iv) All awaiting result candidates should
indicate their year of Examination and
Registration Number and put (AR) in
the columns provided for this purpose. Confirm and submit. Print a copy of the
Acknowledgement Slip and Exam Slip. N.B: Each applicant should use his/her own phone number and valid email in filling the form in order to
receive alerts, messages and directives.
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Bayero University BUK Part-Time ICE Admission List 2015/2016 Released

The School of Continuing Education, Bayero University Kano (BUK) wishes to inform the general public that the admission list for Part-Time applicants for 2015/2016 Academic Session is now
available.

How To Check BUK Part Time List:

Candidates are to check for their names from the document below;

Department of Sciences List

Department of Art and Humanities List

Note: The document can best be viewed with a computer or a pdf enabled device.
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Senator Oluremi Tinubu Buys 250 GCE Forms For Students

Senator Oluremi Tinubu (APC-Lagos Central), on Friday distributed 250 General Certificate of Education (GCE) forms to students to enable them write the examination and seek to advance their education.
Tinubu distributed the forms at a Town Hall Meeting organised by her in Lagos with the theme: “Creating Purposeful Partnership.’’
She said the gesture was to appreciate the partnership and support of her constituency, as well as bring government closer to the people.
“The purpose of this gathering, among other things, is to bring the government closer to the people.
“Your cooperation and partnership over the years has been purposeful as elders, men, women and youth,’’ she said.
Tinubu, while giving account of her stewardship in the senate, said she belonged to six different committees.
“I have been assigned to the following Committees: Women Affairs, Environment, Air Force, Employment, Labour and Productivity, Tertiary Institution and TETFUND as well as Constitution Amendment.
“I will continue to give my constituency a great voice in the senate and be a representative you can trust and count on,’’ she said.
The senator urged her constituency to continue to pray and support the present government as it strives to make Nigeria better.
“All hands have to be on deck to achieve that new Nigeria we voted for.
“I implore you to keep your unwavering confidence and faith in this nation and in the present government as we are all in the planting season and sooner there shall be bountiful harvest,’’ Tinubu said.
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LASU Notice To 2016 Post-UTME Candidates Unable To Register

The management of Lagos State University has observed that some candidates who chose the Lagos State University as their choice of institution (1st or 2nd) have not been able to register for the 2016/2017 admission screening exercise as a result of non-availability of their chosen courses during the 2016/2017 Academic session.
The affected courses are Business Administration, English Language, French, Yoruba & Communication Arts and Philosophy.
In view of this, the affected candidates in respect of the listed programmes have been given the option of changing their choice of courses to any course relating to their 1st choice of course, FOR WHICH THEY ARE QUALIFIED.
1.) Candidates changing course from Business Administration to related courses must possess Five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Economics and two (2) other relevant subjects, applicable to their new choice of course.
2.) Candidates changing course from English Language to related courses must possess Five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Literature in English and three (3) other subjects, applicable to their new choice of course.
3.) Candidates changing course from French to related courses must possess Five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language and French plus at least one (1) other Arts subject.
4.) Candidates changing course from Yoruba & Communication Arts to related courses must possess Five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Yoruba, plus any other three (3) subjects.
5.) Candidates changing course from Philosophy to related courses must possess Five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, and four (4) other Arts or Social Sciences subjects.
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NDU 2016/17 Post UTME/Admission Screening Form is Out

Niger Delta University, NDU post UTME / admission screening exercise application form for the 2016/2017 academic session is out. NDU cut-off mark is 180.
This is to inform the general public that the Post-UTME Screening Exercise of the Niger Delta University for the 2016/2017 session will take place as indicated below. Suitably qualified candidates are invited to apply.

Candidates Eligible for NDU Post UTME.

· Candidates who chose Niger Delta University as first choice
· Minimum UME score for all candidates is 180
How to Register for NDU Post UTME/Admission Screening.
1. All candidates who made Niger Delta University their first choice and scored 180 and above in the 2015/2016 UTME, should pay the sum of three thousand, five hundred naira (N3,500.00) only into Diamond Bank Plc. NDU School Fees Account Number (0016405919) and Eco Bank Limited NDU School Fees Account Number (3042004288) nation-wide, being the cost of the Screening process.
2. Candidates should photocopy the Bank teller issued to them immediately after payment of the above sum.
3. Four hours after payment of the Screening fee, go on-line to cse.sarmsndu.org, click “get-e-pin” option to print your e-pin.
4. Use the e-pin to complete the Screening Form. Ensure that a recent colour passport-size photograph which must be sharp, showing candidate’s face clearly with no head gear is scanned.
5. Print a copy of the Form you have filled from the website. 6. The deadline for on-line submission of Application Form is 1st July, 2016. Note: Niger Delta University will not be held liable if you provide an invalid GSM number and e-mail address.
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AKSU Admission Screening Scam Alert To Imminent Students

Akwa Ibom State University, AKSU admission screening Scam Alert to prospective imminent for the 2016/2017 academic session.
It has been brought to our notice that the following information is being circulated on the internet:
‘Screening test for Utme Candidates who choose AKSU as Most preferred institution in Jamb comes up in August, 2016. Peddled rumours about no aptitude screening test are fallacies and candidates are advised to prepare themselves adequately for the screening test.
Meanwhile Direct Entry Candidates who Choose AKSU as preferred choice of institution in Jamb registration are directed to begin submission of credentials to the University’s Registry…..’
Kindly note the following:
(1) The entire content of the above is unauthorised, completely False and outrightly Deceptive. The purported notice ONLY exist in the imagination of mischief makers.
(2) Internet scam is a pretty new phenomenon, where people aim to swindle and hoodwink members of the public of what ever they can lay hands on.
(3) (a) University Management has NOT taken any public decision, as of yet, of putme. (b) #‎AKSU‬ does NOT sale past questions.(c) AKSU has not directed any Direct Entry candidate to submit any form
(4) When and if any development occurs on any of the above, the University has a myriad of credible channels through which such information can be disseminated.
(5) The above is for the information and necessary action of all those concerned.
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UNIUYO Postgraduate Admission 2016/17 Announced

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Postgraduate Programmes of the University of Uyo, for the 2016/2017 academic session as follows:

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

Department of Agricultural Economics & Extension: M. Sc. & Ph.D. in: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Extension
Department of Animal Science: M. Sc. & Ph. D in Animal Science with specialization in: Animal Biochemistry and Nutrition, Animal Breeding and Genetics, Animal Production and Management, Animal Physiology, Meat & Dairy Science i.e Animal Products Technology.
Department of Crop Science: M. Sc. in Crop Science, Ph. D in Crop Science with specialization in: Crop Production, Crop Physiology, Farming System, Horticulture, Weed Science, Entomology, Crop Breeding Genetics & Biotechnology, Pathology.
Department of Soil Science: M. Sc. &Ph. D. in Soil Science
Department of Food Science & Technology: M.Sc. in Brewing Science & Technology, M.Sc. & Ph. D. in Food Science & Technology
Department of Forestry & Wildlife: M. Sc. & Ph. D. in Forestry & Wildlife
Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture: M. Sc. & Ph.D. in: Fisheries & Aquaculture, Aquatic Environmental Management
Department of Human Ecology & Dietetics: M. Sc. in Home Economics Centre for Wetlands and Waste Management Studies: M.Sc. in Environmental Health Management (EHM)

FACULTY OF ARTS

Department of Communication Arts: M.A & Ph. D in Mass Communication with specialization in: Business and Organizational Communication, Radio/TV Broadcasting, Print Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising, Development Communication and Political Communication
Department of English: M. A. and Ph.D English with specialization in: Language, Literature
Department of Foreign Languages: M. A. in French. Ph.D in French Language, Literature in French and Translation Studies

Also Read: AKSU Admission Screening Scam Alert To Imminent Students

Department of History & International Studies: M. A in History & International Studies with specialization in: Archeology of Nigeria, African History, Social & Political History, Economic History, Urban History, International History and Diplomacy, Peace and Conflict Studies, Military and Strategic Studies, Gender Studies. Ph. D in History and International Studies with specialization in: International History and Diplomacy, African Diaspora Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Gender Studies, Military and Strategic Studies, Archeology and Cultural Heritage Management.

Also Read: UNIUYO Admission Screening Form Is Out (2016-2017)

Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages: M. A. & Ph. D in Linguistics, M.A. in Computational Language Documentation, Ph. D in Computational Language Technology.
Department of Religious and Cultural Studies: M. A. & Ph. D in Religious Studies with specialization in: Sociology of Religion, Biblical Studies: (1) Old Testament, (2) New Testament, African Traditional Religion, Church History, Philosophy of Religion.
Department of Philosophy: M. A. & Ph.D in Philosophy with specialization in: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Value Theories, Socio-Political Philosophy, African Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Law, History of Philosophy, Philosophy & Gender Studies, Logic, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Social Science, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy & Public Affairs, Philosophy of Medicine, Philosophy of Environment.
Department of Music: M.A. in Music.
Department of Theatre Arts: M. A. in Theatre Arts

FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Department of Biochemistry: M. Sc. & Ph. D in Biochemistry
Department of Anatomy: M. Sc. & Ph. D in Anatomy
Department of Physiology: M. Sc. & Ph. D. in Human Physiology
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Master of Science (M.Sc.) in: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business Management, Marketing, Insurance and Risk Management. Collaborative Ph. D in: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business Management, Marketing

FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES

Department of Medical Microbiology & Parasitology: Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Medical Microbiology & Parasitology

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Institute of Education: Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)

Department of Curriculum Studies, Educational Management & Planning: M. Ed. & Ph. D in: Curriculum Studies, Educational Management & Planning
Department of Educational Foundations, Guidance and Counselling: M. Ed. & Ph. D in: Guidance & Counseling, Educational Psychology , Sociology of Education, Educational Evaluation, Social Studies in Education and Philosophy of Education.
Department of Physical & Health Education: Physical Education: M. Sc(Ed.) in: Adapted Physical Education, Exercise Physiology, Organization & Administration of Physical Education & Sports, Sociology & Psychology of Sports. Ph.D in: Organization & Administration of Physical Education and Sports, Exercise Physiology, Adapted Physical Education, Sports Psychology, Sociology of Sports Health Education: M. Sc(Ed.) in: Community Health, School Health, Environmental and Occupational Health. Ph. D in Public Health Education
Department of Educational Technology & Library Science: Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS), M.Sc (Ed) in Educational Technology Ph. D in Library and Information Science with specialization in: Library Science, Information Science, Archives and Records Management, Publishing and Book Trade. Ph. D in: Educational Technology
Department of Early Childhood & Special Education: M.Ed & Ph. D. in: Early Childhood Education
Department of Vocational Education: M.Ed. in: Textile Technology Education, M. Sc (Ed.) & Ph. D in: Agricultural Education, Business Education, Technical Education, Computer Education & Home Economics Education
Department of Science Education: Master of Science Education M.Sc. (Ed.) & Ph.D in: Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Integrated Science Education, Mathematics Education, Physics Education

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Petroleum Engineering, Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Chemical Engineering Master & Ph.D in Chemical Engineering with specialization in: Advanced Chemical Engineering, Environmental Process Engineering, Chemical Process Design, Petroleum Processing Engineering, Biochemical Engineering. M. Eng. & Ph. D in Petroleum Engineering with specialization in: Production Engineering, Drilling Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, Gas Engineering, Georesources Engineering, Geoenvironmental Engineering.
Department of Mechanical Engineering: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Mechanical Engineering, M. Eng. & Ph. D in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in: Production Engineering, Building Services Engineering, Materials Engineering.
Department of Computer/Electrical & Electronics Engineering: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Computer Engineering, Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. M. Eng. in Computer Engineering with specialization in: Computer (Hardware) Engineering, Software & Systems Engineering. M. Eng. in Electrical/Electronics Engineering with specialization in: Electric Power Devices (Machines), Electrical Power Engineering. Control Engineering, Electronics & Communications Engineering,
Department of Food and Agricultural Engineering: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Food and Agricultural Engineering. M. Eng. & Ph. D in Food Engineering with specialization in: Food Process Engineering, Food Machinery and Equipment Engineering, Food Storage, Distribution and Environmental Engineering.
M. Eng. & Ph. D in Agricultural Engineering with specialization in: Farm Power and Machinery (FPM), Agricultural Products Processing and Storage, Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWE), Farm Structures and Environment
Department of Civil Engineering: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Civil Engineering Master of Civil Engineering degree (M. Engr.) in the following areas of specialization: Structural Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Health Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering.

FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Department of Architecture: M. Sc. in Architecture
Department of Building: M. Sc & Ph. D in Construction Management
Department of Estate Management: M.Sc. & Ph. D in Estate Management
Department of Fine & Industrial Arts: Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in: Ceramics, Painting, Sculpture, Textiles, Graphics. Master of Arts in Art Education (M.A. Art Education). Ph. D in Fine & Industrial Arts with specialization in: Ceramics Design and Technology, Graphics Design and Technology, Painting and Painting Technology, Textiles Design and Technology, Sculpture.
Department of Urban & Regional Planning: Master of Urban & Regional Planning (MURP), M.Sc. in Environmental Management. Ph. D in Urban & Regional Planning
FACULTY OF LAW: LLM & Ph. D in Law

FACULTY OF PHARMACY

Department of Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry: M.Sc. & Ph. D in Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry with specialization in: Synthesis and Characterization of Chemotherapeutic Agents Drug Metabolism, Pharmacokinetics of Drugs and Effects on Drug Therapy, Chemistry of Natural Products.
Department of Pharmacognosy and Natural Medicine: M. Sc. in Pharmacognosy and Natural Medicine with specialization in: Phytochemistry, Biological Evaluation of Natural Products, Cultivation and Propagation of Medicinal Plants, Tissue Culture. Ph.D in Pharmacognosy
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology: M.Sc. & Ph. D in: Pharmacology
Department of Pharmaceutical/Pharmaceutical Technology: Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology M.Sc in Pharmaceutics/Pharmaceutical Microbiology. Ph.D in Pharmaceutics/Pharmaceutical Technology. Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Microbiology
Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Biopharmacy Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in Clinical Pharmacy. Ph.D in Clinical Pharmacy

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Department of Botany & Ecological Studies: M. Sc & Ph. D Botany with specialization in: Cytogenetics & Genetics, Plant Physiology/Phytochemistry, Plant Ecology, Plant Taxonomy/Systematics, Plant Virology/Pathology, Plant Anatomy.
Department of Chemistry: M.Sc & Ph. D in: Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry.
Department of Computer Science: M.Sc. in Computer Science. Ph.D. in Computational Intelligence
Department of Mathematics & Statistics: M.Sc. in Statistics. M.Sc. & Ph. D in: Mathematics
Department of Microbiology: M.Sc. & Ph. D in: Environmental Microbiology, Industrial & Food Microbiology
Department of Physics: M.Sc. & Ph.D in Physics with specialization in: Pure Physics: Atomic/Nuclear Physics, High Energy/Particle Physics, Plasma Physics, Solid State/Condensed Matter Physics, Theoretical Computational Physics Applied Physics: Electronics/Communications, Geophysics, Atmospheric Physics, Radiation/Health Physics, Renewable Energy.
Department of Zoology: M. Sc & Ph. D in: Parasitology, Hydrobiology, Entomology.

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Department of Economics: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Economics. M.Sc & Ph.D in Economics with specialization in: Development Economics, Monetary Economics, Public Finance, Environmental Economics, International Economics.
Department of Geography & Regional Planning:
1. M.Sc.& Ph. D in Geography and Natural Resource Management with Specialization in: Geography & Environmental Management, Biogeography, Agricultural Geography, Climatology and Climate Change Studies, Rural Land use Planning, Urban Studies, Regional Development Planning, Environmental/Resource Management, Population Studies and Medical Geography, Economics Geography, Transport Planning and Management, Natural Disaster and Risk Management, Tourism Geography, Geographic Information System, Water Studies.
2. M.Sc. & Ph.D in Environment and Development
3. Master of Geographic Information System (MGIS).
Department of Political Science and Public Administration: M.Sc. and Ph. D in: Public Administration, International Relations. Ph. D in Comparative Politics
Department of Psychology: M.Sc. and Ph.D with options in: Clinical Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Social Psychology.
Department of Sociology/Anthropology: M. Sc. and Ph. D in: Sociology & Development, Criminology, Industrial Sociology, Medical Sociology, Rural and Community Development, Social /Cultural Anthropology, Demography.
DURATION
i. All Full-time Master’s degree programmes last for a minimum period of four semesters and a maximum period of six semesters.
ii. All Full-time Doctoral Programmes last for a minimum period of six semesters and a maximum period of ten semesters.
iii (a) PGD in Education last for a minimum of two semesters and a maximum of four semesters for all full time students.
(b) PGD in Engineering last for a minimum of four semesters and a maximum of six semesters for all full time students.
(c) PGD in Economics last for a minimum of two semesters and a maximum of four semesters for all full time students.

ELIGIBILITY

A. To qualify for admission into the Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) programme, applicants should be graduates of the University of Uyo or any other University recognized by the Senate of the University of Uyo, or persons who hold qualifications adjudged by the Senate of the University of Uyo to be equivalent to first degree or holders of recognized Higher National Diploma.

B. To qualify for admission into a Master’s degree programme, applicants should be graduates with not less than Second Class Honours degrees in the Lower Division with, (a) CGPA of 2.75 on a five-point scale, (b) CGPA of 2.2 points on a four-points scale and (c) Second Class lower division (irrespective of CGPA) for the Master’s degree programme in Architecture. (d) Candidates for admission into M.Sc Medical Microbiology should be graduates of either of the following: (i) Microbiology with 2.75 CGPA (ii) Virology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Microbiology (PGDM) (iii) MBBCh/MBBS or its equivalent.

C. Applicants for admission into Doctoral Degree programmes should be graduates of the University of Uyo or any other University recognised by the Senate of the University of Uyo, who possess Master’s degrees with dissertation and course work average, which should not be less than 60% (B).

NOTE:
i. Applicants will be required to have credit pass at ‘O’ Level in five relevant subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at not more than two sittings. Candidates with ‘O’ Level examination results before 2010 must possess their certificates and not statement of results or result slips.
ii. Applicants for LLM & Ph. D in Law must in addition to the above have credit passes in ‘O’ Level English Literature.
iii. All applicants will be subjected to Screening Tests as indicated. Please print out the date of screening test when you are completing your application form.
iv. NYSC Discharge or Exemption certificates must be submitted by all applicants.
v. Applicants who obtained their degrees through Remedial Programmes must show evidence of having remedied the relevant subjects for their programmes externally i.e. through WASCE, NECO, NABTEB.
vi. In addition to other qualifications, applicants are expected to meet the departmental requirements for their programmes.
Applicants must return their completed forms with a Thesis/Dissertation Proposal captured on the prescribed Postgraduate School proposal sheet. Such proposals should capture the following: Title, Aim/Objectives, Relevance of Study, Methodology, Expected Results among others.
Candidates should remember to request at the time of purchase of the forms that their relevant academic transcript and letters of reference be forwarded to: The Secretary, Postgraduate School, University of Uyo, P.M.B. 1017, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Admissions will not normally be offered without transcripts and letters of reference.

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Application Forms can be accessed ONLINE on payment of the sum of N15,000.00 (Fifteen Thousand Naira) only: To make payment, generate Remita Retrieval Reference H (RRRH) via http://eportals.uniuyo.edu.ng and make payment in any commercial bank nationwide. After payment return to the portal to complete your registration by clicking on Login form Link and enter your RRRH.

CLOSING DATE

All completed Application forms with photocopies of relevant credentials and duplicate copy of receipt of payment for the application form should reach the Office of the Secretary, Postgraduate School not later than six weeks from the date of this publication. Applications received after the above deadline will not be considered.
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UNIUYO Pre-degree Admission 2016/2017 Announced

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into a one-year non-residential Pre-Degree Programme in the underlisted Faculties in the University of Uyo for the 2016/2017 academic year.
The available programmes are:A. Faculty of Agriculture
(a) Agricultural Economics & Extension
(b) Animal Science
(c) Crop Science
(d) Fisheries and Aquatic Environmental Management
(e) Forestry and Natural Environmental Management
(f) Food Science and Technology
(g) Home Economics, Nutrition and Dietetics
(h) Soil Science & Land Resources Management

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B. Faculty of Science
(a) Animal Science and Environmental Biology
(b) Botany and Ecological Studies
(c) Chemistry
(d) Mathematics
(e) Physics
(f) Statistics
C. Faculty of Education
(a) Agricultural Education
(b) Biology Education
(c) Computer Science Education
(d) Chemistry Education
(e) Health Education
(f) Home Economics Education
(g) Integrated Science Education
(h) Library and Information Science (Science component only)
(i) Mathematics Education
(j) Pre-Primary/Primary Education (Science component only)
(k) Physical Education
(m) Technical Education.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(a) Candidates must possess credit in at least five (5) “O” level subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Agricultural Science is accepted in place of Biology for Agricultural Science Education and Agriculture candidates only), at not more than two sittings in the SSCE (WAEC/NECO, GCE or NABTECH).
(b) Candidates seeking admission into programmes in the Faculty of Agriculture should possess at least five (5) “O” Level Credit passes in NECO, WASC/GCE including Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science, Mathematics, English Language and any one of Economics, Geography or Physics. At least a Pass in Physics is acceptable.

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(c) Candidates for admission into Agricultural Science Education must possess five (5) “O” Level credit passes in English Language, Chemistry, Biology (or Agricultural Science), Mathematics and any other subject.
(d) Candidates for admission into Home Economics Education should possess five “O” Level Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and any other subject.
NOTE: JAMB score is not required for admission into this programme.
MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENT
All successful candidates will be required to register for and take the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) into programmes of their choices from the list provided in A to C above.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Interested candidates should pay a non-refundable sum of N500.00 (five hundred naira) and in addition pay the sum of N10,000.00 (ten thousand naira) only, as administrative charge at the UNIUYO Microfinance Bank Ltd, Town campus and obtain a PIN Transaction Receipt which should contain a PIN code.
Note: The same PIN Code will be used to access the result of the Screening Test from the internet. Candidates must provide their names to the Bank during payment.
With the PIN Code, candidates should access and complete the University of Uyo 2016 Pre-Degree Screening Exercise Form online at http://www.uniuyo.edu.ng
From the E-portal solutions navigation menu applying the following steps:
– Click the Pre-Degree e-portal link.
– From the quick links/Account login menu bar.
– Select Pre-Degree Account login link.
– Login with your PIN Code.
– Fill the Pre-Degree form and upload a recent passport size photograph (scanned), with red background. Webcam photograph will not be accepted.
– Submit the online application form and print out a copy of the examination schedule slip.
Note:
(i) The same passport photograph used for the online registration will be used during the Screening Exercise and for registration after the offer of admission.
(ii) No complaint of wrong Bio-Data or blank photograph will be entertained after submission.
(iii) Candidates who up-load wrong bio-data will automatically be disqualified.
Date for screening exercise: Wednesday, August 03, 2016.
Venue for screening exercise: Ime Sampson Umana Campus of the University of Uyo, Ediene Abak, Abak LGA Time: 8.00 am.
Candidates are required to come for the Screening Exercise with the following items:
(i) One (1) copy of the University of Uyo 2016 ON-LINE registration form dully completed with the passport-size photograph printed in colour. Note: Only colour printout will be accepted.
(ii) Two (2) recent passport-size photographs on red background (same photograph as the one used for the on-line registration) with the name and signature of the candidate on the reverse side of the photographs. These should be packaged in a quarto-size envelope and labeled with the candidate’s name and department.
(iii) HB pencil, eraser and sharpener. No GSM handsets, calculators, four-figure tables or any other extraneous materials should be brought into the screening halls.Closing Date for registration: Friday, July 29, 2016.
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UNIUYO Basic Studies (JUPEB) Programme Admission 2016/2017 Announced

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into a non-residential, one-year Basic Studies programme of the University of Uyo for the 2016/2017 academic year.
The Basic Studies programme is designed to prepare students for the examinations conducted by the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB). Holders of the JUPEB certificate would subsequently be admitted into the 200 level of the degree offered by the University of Uyo through Direct Entry JAMB in the courses listed below:
A. Faculty of Agriculture
(i) Agric. Econs & Extension
(ii) Animal Science
(iii) Crop Science
(iv) Fisheries & Aquatic Environmental Management
(v) Forestry & Wildlife
(vi) Food Science & Tech.
(vii) Human Ecology, Nutrition and Dietetics
(viii) Soil Science & Land Resources Management
B. Faculty of Arts
(i) Communication Arts
(ii) English
(iii) Foreign Language (French)
(iv) History & International Studies
(v) Religious and Cultural Studies
(vi) Theatre Arts
C. Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
(i) Anatomy
(ii) Biochemistry
(iii) Physiology
D. Faculty of Business Administration
(i) Accounting
(ii) Banking and Finance
(iii) Business Management
(iv) Insurance
(v) Marketing
E. Faculty of Clinical Sciences
(i) Medicine and Surgery
F. Faculty of Education
(i) Agricultural Science Education
(ii) Business Education/Accounting
(iii) Biology Education
(iv) Chemistry Education
(v) Computer Science Education
(vi) Economics Education
(vii) English Education
(viii) French Education
(ix) Fine Arts Education
(x) Guidance & Counselling
(xi) Geography Education
(xii) Home Economics Education
(xiii) Health Education
(xiv) Integrated Science Education
(xv) Library and Information Science
(xvi) Mathematics Education
(xvii) Pre-Primary/Primary Education
(xviii) Physics Education
(xix) Physical Education
(xx) Religious Studies Education
(xxi) Social Studies Education
(xxii) Technical Education
(xxiii) Vocational Education
G. Faculty of Engineering
(i) Agricultural Engineering
(ii) Chemical Engineering
(iii) Civil Engineering
(iv) Computer Engineering
(v) Electrical/Electronics Engineering
(vi) Food Engineering
(vii) Mechanical Engineering
(viii) Petroleum Engineering
H. Faculty of Environmental Studies
(i) Architecture
(ii) Building Technology
(iii) Geoinformatics & Surveying
(vi) Quantity Surveying
(vii) Urban & Regional Planning
(viii) Estate Management
I. Faculty of Law
J. Faculty of Pharmacy
K. Faculty of Science
(i) Animal Science and Environmental Biology
(ii) Botany & Ecological Studies
(iii) Chemistry
(iv) Computer Science
(v) Mathematics
(vi) Microbiology
(vii) Physics
(viii) Statistics
(ix) Fine Arts Education
(x) Guidance & Counselling
L. Faculty of Social Sciences
(i) Economics
(ii) Geography & Natural Resources Management
(iii) Political Science/Public Administration
(v) Psychology
(iv) Sociology /Anthropology
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates are required to have a minimum of five (5) credits including English Language and any four (4) other subjects relevant to their course of study obtained at not more than two (2) sittings at the SSCE/WASCE, GCE O/L/NECO and NABTECH. Admission into the programme is usually through a University screening test. At the end of the programme, successful candidates of the JUPEB examination will be admitted into 200 level in various degree courses in the University of Uyo provided they satisfy the admission criteria for such courses.
NOTE: JAMB Score is not required for admission into this programme. Candidates who took the 2016 JAMB can also apply as there will be no supplementary application for this programme.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
(i) Interested candidates should pay a non-refundable sum of N500.00 (five hundred naira) and in addition pay the sum of N15,000.00 (fifteen thousand naira) only, as administrative charges at the UNIUYO Microfinance Bank Ltd, Town campus and obtain a PIN Transaction Receipt which should contain a PIN code.
Note: The same PIN Code will be used to access the result of the Screening Test from the internet. Candidates must provide their names to the Bank during payment.
With the PIN Code, candidates should access and complete the University of Uyo 2016 Basic Studies Screening Exercise Form online at http://www.uniuyo.edu.ng
From the E-portal solutions navigation menu applying the following steps:
– Click the 2016 Basic Studies e-portal link.
– From the quick links/Account login menu bar.
– Select Pre-Degree Account login link.
– Login with your PIN Code.
– Fill the 2016 Basic Studies form and upload a recent passport size photograph (scanned), with red background. Webcam photograph will not be accepted.
– Submit the online application form and print out a copy of the examination schedule slip.
Note: (i) The same passport photograph used for the online registration will be used during the Screening Exercise and for registration after the offer of admission.
(ii) No complaint of wrong Bio-Data or blank photograph will be entertained after submission.
(iii) Candidates who up-load wrong bio-data will automatically be disqualified. Candidates are required to come for the Screening Exercise with the following items:
(i) One (1) copy of the University of Uyo 2016 ON-LINE registration form dully completed with the passport-size photograph printed in colour.
Note: Only colour printout will be accepted.
(ii) Two (2) recent passport-size photographs on red background (same photograph as the one used for the on-line registration) with the name and signature of the candidate on the reverse side of the photographs. These should be packaged in quartosize envelope and labeled with the candidate’s name and the department.
(iii) HB pencil, eraser and sharpener.
No GSM handsets, calculators, four-figure tables or any other extraneous materials should be brought into the screening halls.
Closing Date for registration: Friday, July 29, 2016.
Date for screening exercise: Thursday, August 04, 2016 Venue for the screening exercise: Ime Sampson Umana Campus of the University of Uyo, Ediene Abak, Abak LGA Time: 8.00 am
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