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JAMB DIRECTS ALL CBT CENTRE OWNERS TO ARREST ANY PARENT FOUND NEAR ANY OF THEIR FACILITIES DURING 2024 UTME EXERCISE       

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JAMB DIRECTS ALL CBT CENTRE OWNERS TO ARREST ANY PARENT FOUND NEAR ANY OF THEIR FACILITIES DURING 2024 UTME EXERCISE                                                                                                                                        18-04-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                              The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB has directed all Computer-Based Test, CBT centre owners to arrest any parent, who is found near any of their facilities during the 2024 UTME exercise.
The Registrar of JAMB, Professor Is-haq Oloyede gave the directive at the final briefing of the CBT centre owners, in Abuja.
Professor Oloyede said the measure became necessary as it had been discovered over time that many of these intruding parents are facilitators of examination infractions while others have, by their actions, disrupted the Board’s examinations in the past.
He stated that any parent, who disobeys this order, would not only be arrested but his ward would also be disqualified from sitting in the examination.
Consequently, the Registrar disclosed that the Board had directed security operatives to work with the centres to apprehend any meddlesome parent, who is found near the centres.
Professor Oloyede also warned candidates that if their personal details are found with any fraudulent website, they would be treated as accomplices and prosecuted.
The Registrar of JAMB said all arrangements have been concluded for the conduct of the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME which will be held in over 700 CBT centres across the nation today.
He said the Board had made adequate provision to tackle any technical glitch that might occur in the course of the examination.
Professor Oloyede gave assurances that if a session experienced any technical challenge, candidates in subsequent sessions would be allowed to sit their examination as scheduled while the candidates in the challenged session would be rescheduled for the last session for the day or further, depending on the centre schedules.
The Registrar enjoined centre owners to eschew unwholesome acts or risk losing vital opportunities.
While expressing the commitment of the Board to maintain the integrity of the examination, Professor Oloyede said the state-of-the-art technologies have been deployed to check all manners of infractions, collaborations and other unsavoury acts that are at variance with its code of operations.

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