See The New JAMB List Of 12 New Federal Universities For 2nd Choice In 2017 UTME Registration
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The JAMB Registrar Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has announced that candidates of the 2017 UTME can now select the Federal University as 2nd Choice Degree Awarding Institution.
According to the Joint Admission Matriculation Board Through their official twitter handle they said that Candidates can now choose from the 12 New Federal Universities, State Universities, Police Academy or NDA.
The list of the universities are listed Below:
The 12 New Federal Universities Includes:
1. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY,OYE EKITI
2. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY DUTSE, JIGAWA STATE ,
3. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY BIRNIN KEBBI
4. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY DUTSENMA, KATSINA STATE
5. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY GASHUA, YOBE STATE.
6. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY GUSAU, ZAMFARA STATE.
7. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY LAFIA, NASARAWA STATE
8. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY LOKOJA.
9. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY KASHERE, GOMBE STATE.
10. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY NDIFU-ALIKE, EBONYI STATE.
11. FEDRAL UNIVERSITY OTUOKE, BAYELSA STATE.
12. FEDERAL UNIVERSITY WUKARI, TARABA STATE
For those whose have already registered and choose private universities and states no room has been created for amendments. ***All Inconveniences This Update Might Cause Are Regretted!!!
We all would recall that before the JAMB Registration officially began the exam body made known to the public that they can only select One Public University and One Private University, this decision was not welcomed by the public and from the look of things it shows that the Registrar has been cautioned to reverse the policy.