NANS Threatens JAMB Officials Over 120 & 100 Cut Off Marks Into Nigerian Universities and Polytechnics

NANS Threatens JAMB For Low Cut Off Points Into Nigerian University and Polytechnics

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has threatened Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) if it refuses to change the low cut off points for admission into universities and polytechnics to the previous cut off points.

According to Bestman Okereafor, the PRO of the NANS made this known in a statement revealed to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu on Saturday.

He said that if the demand of the association, the most important stakeholder in the education sector was not met in reasonable time, it would call for the scrapping of JAMB:

    Conclusively NANS will not hesitate to call for the scrapping of JAMB if the decision is not withdrawn without further delay. The national leadership of the apex students governing body, National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), frowned at the drastic reduction of the JAMB unified cut off mark to 120, for admission into Nigeria universities. NANS sees this as a means of further degrading the level of the already falling and failing academic performance and excellence in Nigeria institutions. In lieu of this, NANS under the able leadership of the proactive NANS President, Comrade Aruna Kadiri, is calling on JAMB to reverse this inimical act without further delay or face the anger of Nigerian students.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that JAMB after its Unified Matriculation Examination met with stakeholders, it fixed 120 and 100 as cut-off points for admission into universities and polytechnics in the country. (NAN)


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