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2024 Admission: JAMB to Bar Institutions That Fail to Verify Direct Entry Candidates

In a bold move to uphold the integrity of the admission process, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced strict measures against institutions that fail to verify the A’Level certificates of Direct Entry (DE) candidates for the upcoming 2024 admission year.

JAMB’s decision comes in response to concerns about candidates using unacceptable or forged A’ level certificates or qualifications during the admission process, undermining the credibility of the system. The verification measures were introduced to curb such practices, but despite repeated requests, some institutions have not complied.

In its Weekly Bulletin released on Monday, JAMB revealed that 2,795 candidates from 155 institutions are yet to be verified. The Board expressed concern over the undue stress faced by candidates due to the failure of their institutions to verify their A’ Level results.

Candidates applying for Direct Entry admission are required to select from a list of qualifications, specifying the certificates they intend to use for admission. However, institutions that refuse to assist in verifying the results they issued will face consequences.

As part of its anti-fraud policy associated with A Level certificates, JAMB, through the Nigeria Post-secondary Education Data System (NIPEDs), has been actively seeking verification from issuing institutions. Qualifications from institutions that do not cooperate in the verification process will be removed from the list of accepted qualifications for DE admission.

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The Board emphasized that candidates holding certificates from institutions that have refused to verify their results should not obtain the DE e-PINS, as their registration would be invalid. This stringent stance aims to prevent institutions from compromising the integrity of the admission process and ensure fair treatment for all candidates.

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JAMB lamented the non-compliance of some institutions, stating that candidates with A Level certificates from these non-compliant institutions would face hurdles in their admission process.

As the DE e-PINS are set to go on sale soon, JAMB’s message is clear: Institutions must verify the A’ Level certificates of their candidates promptly, or risk being barred from the admission process for the 2024 academic year.

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