Federal Government Set To Extend Validity of Jamb Result To Three years

 Federal Government Set To Extend Validity of Jamb Result To Three years

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FG set to expand UTME results legitimacy period as JAMB Registration Fee becomes awkward, misshaping and troubling to average Nigerian.

Nigerian government officials seem set to rethink expansion of the legitimacy time of results gave by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, for entrance into institutions of higher learning in the country.

A legislator, Tolulope Akanda-Sadipe, addressing Oluyole Federal Constituency in the House Representatives as of late solicited that the one year span of the legitimacy of the consequence of the examination doesn't worth the difficulty understudies go through in planning and sitting for the examination as well as the monetary weight of rehashing the examination yearly.

An assertion gave by the media helper to the official, Olamilekan Olusade expressed that the bill labeled: "A Bill for an Act to Amend the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (Establishment, and so forth) Act, 2021 and Other Related Matters," looked to alter the law laying out Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

The legislator said that the law ought to be revised to build the legitimacy of UTME results to three years to improve JAMB work.

She contended that the one-year legitimacy time of UTME results was awkward, contorting and troubling to the typical Nigerian.

As per her, "Most examinations implied for entrance for scholarly projects commonly last over a year. Investigate IELTS, SATS, GRE and other perceived examinations, they are either legitimate for three or four years, and they have stayed among the best, as they have everyday hardship. This bill tries to expand the legitimacy of JAMB results from one to three years," Akande-Sadipe said.

She contended that the bill, whenever embraced and passed, would ensure up-and-comers' induction into tertiary institutions three years subsequent to sitting for UTME, focusing on that it would save numerous Nigerians from the expense of buying UTME shapes consistently.

"The bill, whenever embraced and passed, will limit the expense of running the examination and permit contender to plan, project and settle on which of the tertiary institutions to study.

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