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To ensure pupils keep learning during the compulsory COVID-19 holiday, the Anambra State Government has initiated radio and television programmes for primary and secondary school pupils.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has disclosed that the 2020 cut-off marks would be decided on June 15 and 16 at a stakeholders’ policy meeting and expected to be presided by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.

oint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has de-listed nine Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres from the list of approved centres in the just concluded 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics(ASUP) has put on hold its planned industrial action because of the spread of coronavirus, which has resulted in the closure of tertiary institutions in the country.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said the cut-off marks for this year’s admission has not been fixed yet.

Higher institutions shut to prevent the spread of Coronavirus are likely to reopen for teaching but through the e-platform

 

Unsure of how soon the Coronavirus pandemic will end, Minister of Education Mallam Adamu Adamu on Thursday opened talks with 237 Vice Chancellors, Rectors and Provosts on how to reopen using virtual learning.

 

He directed all universities, polytechnics and colleges of education to activate virtual learning environment to enable students to continue their studies through digital devices.

 

 

 

He said although the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is on strike, the government will do its best to resolve the labour crisis.

 

Most Vice Chancellors of private universities embraced the idea and expressed readiness to reopen because they claimed that they have top grade virtual learning system.

 

Adamu, who had a teleconference with the Vice Chancellors and other heads of tertiary institutions for four and half hours from his home in Abuja, said the Federal Government, cannot afford to shut schools for a long time.

 

He said he called the meeting to find solutions to the challenges posed to the nation’s school calendar by Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

 

Those physically present with the minister were the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Prof. Abubakar Rasheed; the Executive Secretary of the National Board for Technical Education, Dr. Masa’udu Adamu Kazaure; the Executive Secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission, Dr. Hamid Bobboyi; and the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede among others.

 

Adamu, who declared at the session that he has tested negative to COVID-19, said: “We cannot be held down by COVID-19, we have to deploy all e-platforms to keep our universities, polytechnics, colleges of education and other schools open.

 

“COVID-19 has changed everybody. I am pleading with you to device alternative ways make sure the education of our children will not stop. We have to create virtual learning environment.

 

“This is the second meeting I am having. All I want is that we should fully engage our students. We are already speaking with the World Bank and UNICEF on how to create platforms for virtual learning classrooms.

 

“We need to take advantage of technology like the case in other parts of the world. We cannot shut down all schools when we have other means to teach our students.”

 

Responding to a question, the Minister said: “As for the strike action, we will try to resolve issues with ASUU to have synergy.

 

“But the private universities that are not on strike can start with virtual learning while we are finding solutions to issues between the Federal Government and ASUU.”

 

Although a Vice Chancellor of a second generation university said “the e-platforms cannot replace face-to-face contacts with students,” the Minister said: “This is a period we have to make use of the platforms available, we cannot keep students at home.”

 

He also asked the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) to work out modalities on how primary school pupils and secondary students could learn by using radio and television stations.

 

“We will work out how we can involve state governments to use radio and television stations.

 

At the session, most of the Vice Chancellors of private universities were excited by the prospect of reopening.

 

They all admitted that that they have “top grade virtual learning system.”

 

A Vice Chancellor of a private university said: “Hon. Minister, you can see why it is necessary to amend the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) Act to enable private universities to benefit from intervention funds.

 

“Other than complying with the directive of the Federal Government, we did not see any reason for closing private universities because we have efficient virtual learning environment.”

 

Vice Chancellor of Federal University, Dutse, Prof. Fatima Bature, said: “We are very strong in virtual learning, we are set for it.”

 

It was not immediately  clear when the reopening of varsities online will begin.

The Ondo State Government said it has recruited and trained 25 teachers for the purpose of keeping students in the state busy during the forced holiday occasioned by outbreak of corona virus.

Despite her brilliance and skills in many areas, 22-year-old Happiness Nwanna has chosen to make shoes. 

AAUA admission news 2020: Cut-off marks, post-Utme forms, exam dates – The journey for the 2020/2021 admission into Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA) has already begun, if you wrote the 2020/2021 Utme and selected AAUA as your choice of University, then this post is for you – Visit http://www.AAUA.edu.ng for latest updates!

 

In this post we are going to update you about all the information on 2020/2021 admission into AAUA which includes Cut-off marks, post-Utme forms, admission lists update as well as give you an insight into the past question for AAUA post-Utme.

 

This post will be updated daily with the latest information about AAUA admission 2020/2021 and for clarity sake we are taking it step –by-step as can be seen below:

 

AAUA Cut Off Mark.

 

JAMB: 180.

 

Departmental:

 

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE Programme *Cut-Off Points Agricultural Economics 

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40

Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Agronomy Animal Science Fisheries and Aquaculture 

Merit: 42

Catchment: 40

Forestry and Wildlife Management 

Merit: 42

Catchment: 40

FACULTY OF ARTS Programme *Cut-Off Points English Studies 

Merit: 60

Catchment: 55

History and International Studies 

Merit: 60

Catchment: 55

Performing Arts 

Merit: 55

Catchment: 50

Yoruba 

Merit: 40

Linguistics 

Merit: 55

Catchment: 50

Linguistics/Yoruba 

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40

Philosophy 

Merit: 50

Catchment: 45

Religious Studies 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 40

NOTE:

Candidates who initially applied to Philosophy and Religious Studies are directed to change to another desirable course for which they are qualified. FACULTY OF EDUCATION Programme *Cut-Off Points Adult Education 

Merit: 40

English Education 

Merit: 55

Catchment:50

History Education 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 42

Religious Education 

Merit: 40

Yoruba Education 

Merit: 40

Biology Education 

Merit: 53

Catchment: 50

Chemistry Education 

Merit: 40

Computer Science Education 

Merit: 49

Catchment: 47

Integrated Science Education 

Merit: 40

Mathematics Education 

Merit: 40

Physics Education 

Merit: 40

Health Education 

Merit: 47

Catchment: 45

Human Kinetics Education 

Merit: 40

Technical Education 

Merit: 40

Guidance & Counseling 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 42

Early Childhood Education 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 42

Educational Management 

Merit: 57

Catchment: 45

Geography Education 

Merit: 40

Political Science Education 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 43

Economics Education 

Merit: 45

Catchment: 43

Social Studies Education 

Merit: 40

FACULTY OF LAW Programme *Cut-Off Points Law 

Merit: 67

Catchment: 65

  FACULTY OF SCIENCE Programme *Cut-Off Points Biochemistry 

Merit: 56

Catchment: 54

Chemistry 

Merit: 47

Catchment: 45

Industrial Chemistry 

Merit: 47

Catchment: 45

Environmental Biology and Fisheries 

Merit: 44

Catchment: 43

Computer Science 

Merit: 53

Catchment: 45

Mathematics 

Merit: 40

Industrial Mathematics 

Merit: 40

Geology 

Merit: 40

Geophysics 

Merit: 40

Microbiology 

Merit: 56

Catchment: 52

Physics and Electronics 

Merit: 40

Plant Science and Biotechnology 

Merit: 44

Catchment: 43

FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES Programme *Cut-Off Points Accounting 

Merit: 56

Catchment: 50

Banking and Finance 

Merit: 50

Catchment: 45

Business Administration 

Merit: 52

Catchment: 48

Criminology and Security Studies 

Merit: 64

Catchment: 59

Economics 

Merit: 54

Catchment: 52

Geography and Planning Sciences 

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40

Mass Communication 

Merit: 66

Catchment: 59

Political Science 

Merit: 55

Catchment: 52

Public Administration 

Merit: 51

Catchment: 48

Pure and Applied Psychology 

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40

Sociology 

Merit: 50

Catchment: 48

 AAUA Nature of Admission Screening 2020

 

The Adekunle Ajasin University holds her admission screening exercises within a week or couple of weeks and it usually comes in two phases. Students who applied to study in the school are to proceed for the pre-screening exercise when once it is being announced.

 

Documents required for the pre-screening exercise are: SSCE result and JAMB registration print out only.

 

It is often important that a candidate arrive early and locate his/her screening venue early. Candidates will be screen on the JAMB scores and their SSCE result

 

The second phase of the screening is after the admission lists might have been released. Candidates who have merited the admission will be invited for another screening exercise. Here all documents such as;

 

Original copies of their educational qualifications (Statements of Results/Certificates).

N/B: Cases of awaiting results will NOT be accepted.

Birth Certification/Age Declaration.

A letter of good conduct from your Village Head or a responsible member of your

community/or civil servant not below Grade Level 10 or equivalent in the private sector.

Certificate of Local Government of origin; and this notification of admission status

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Jamb cut off mark for univerities and polytechnics in Nigeria

 AAUA admission lists updates

 

The AAUA admission list for 2020/2021 academic session has not been released, as you already know you will need to buy their post-Utme forms first, then seat for the exam before can begin to expect the admission list.

 

AAUA admission list for 2020/2021 academic session has First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Batch Admission List which will be released and uploaded on the school official portal.

 

Admission into AAUA is purely on merit when you meet their cut-off marks in both Utme and post-Utme examinations.

 

AAUA post-Utme past questions and answers

 

If you are really serious about gaining admission into AAUA this coming session them you must get yourself prepared by getting their post-Utme past questions and answers. The material will help you get ahead of thousands of others who are seeking the limited slots in your proposed department.

 

If you need AAUA post-Utme past questions and answers you can get it by visiting nairabookstore.com for all your past questions and answers.

 

This post will be updated daily so be sure you bookmark this page or subscribe to our push notifications so you can get alert on your phone or laptop/computer whenever this post is updated.

 

Goodluck in your journey to becoming AAUA student and we are going to be part of the journey every step of the way

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