JAMB To Says Nasarawa CBT Centre Worthy Of Emulation

By Dahiru Hassan – Lafia

Joint admission and matriculation Board is to recommend the Computer Base test centre CBT established by Nasarawa State government for other States of the federation to emulate.

JAMB Registrar Professor Ishaq Oloyede gave the indication when he visited governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa state at the government house lafia, to monitor the Implementation of memorandum of understanding between the Board and the Nasarawa government.

Elated with what he saw at the JAMB computer test centre, Registrar of the Board Professor Ishaq Oloyede explained that what Nasarawa state has in the center was Unique.

Explaining the mode of memorandum of understanding between the state government and JAMB office , professor Ishaq Oloyede said state government provided the building and JAMB equip the center and handed it over to the state government.

The JAMB Registrar Professor Ishaq Oloyede said the JAMB computer Based test centre which would accommodate over two thousand candidates writing examination at a time would serve candidates writing exams within the state and it’s Neighbouring States including federal capital territory Abuja.

the joint Admission and matriculation Board for the wonderful job in promoting education across the country, governor Abdullahi Sule said the memorandum of understanding between the State Government and jamb is a right step in a right direction considering the proximity of the state to the nation’s capital.

Governor Sule said government has done it’s parts by completing it obligation and ability by agreement in the MOU.

It would be recalled that Nasarawa state government and joint Admission and matriculation Board had signed a memorandum of understanding in last five months to create conducive environment for students writing JAMB examination in the State.

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