THE 2015 COMBINED POLICY MEETING ON ADMISSIONS TO DEGREE, NIGERIA CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DIPLOMA AWARDING INSTITUTIONS TO BE HELD AT THE IDRIS ABDULKADIR AUDITORIUM, NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION, MAITAMA, ABUJA ON TUESDAY, 14TH JULY, 2015 1 INTRODUCTION GENERAL CONDUCT OF 2015 UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION The 2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination was conducted EXCLUSIVELY on a Computer-Based Testing (CBT) mode from Tuesday, 10th to Tuesday, 24th March, 2015. The examination was conducted throughout Federation and eight (8) Foreign Centres viz: 1. Benin Republic 2. Cameroun. 3. Cote D Ivoire 4. Ethiopia 5. Ghana 6. Saudi Arabia 7. South Africa and 8. United Kingdom the 2 JAMB MODEL CBT CENTRE 3
COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT) for the Visually Impaired JAMB has adopted modern technology efficiency in her operations since 2007. for greater The adoption of all-inclusive CBT for the entire population of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates in 2015 created some unique challenges and issues with respect to incorporating candidates with special needs. Categories of UTME candidates with special needs include: Visually impaired candidates Albinos and partially sighted candidates Prison inmates candidates Physically disabled candidates. Nigerians in diaspora Foreigners wishing to study in Nigeria. The purpose is to accommodate all categories of candidates 4 2015 CBT ANECDOTES GOD DON WIN OOO! A physically-challenged candidate on his wheelchair was crying before the examination in Osogbo, Osun State and begged if he could be given extra time. We urged him to start and that if the need arose, he would be given additional time. Surprisingly, he sang aloud after 1 hour, 50 minutes I don finish oh! God don win ooo etc. Moving closer to him, it was observed that he had actually finished. Amazingly, he almost jumped off his wheelchair
later that afternoon when he received his result through an SMS. He scored 245. 5 THE PHYSICALLY-CHALLENGED CANDIDATE IN OSOGBO, OSUN STATE 6 JUST EIGHT KEYS The reaction of one of the visually impaired candidates at the practice session on the eve of the CBT at the Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja, is worthy of documentation. On being presented with a BrailleNote Apex (a refreshable computer braille), one candidate, John Norman Friday, exclaimed You mean with just these eight (8) keys on the machine, I can write the UTME on my own? We thus replied in the affirmative. He immediately dumped the bulky and antiquated typewriter that he had brought with him and called out to his guide outside that he was in safe hands and that he could leave. 7 SO WE CAN ALSO GET OUR RESULTS AS OTHER CANDIDATES! A visually impaired candidate, Ladan
Mustapha Ishah, wrote the 2015 UTME CBT at the JAMB Zonal Office, Minna. After his examination, he asked the technical staff in charge of the visually impaired when his result would be released and he was told that he would get it later that day. In astonishment, he shouted Whao! This is good, so we too can also get our results as other candidates?!. 8 This...is...ama...zing! The CBT for the visually impaired candidates in Edo State came as a welcome development to the candidates, their parents and relatives. To make things easier for the candidates, a training session was organized on the use of the BrailleNote Apex gadget a day to the examination. As the examination was going on the first day, 10th March 2015, one of the proctors at the University of Benin ICT Centre came to the Boardroom where the visually impaired candidates were taking their examination. She did not believe it when she was told that the candidates were blind. She went ahead to ask them if they were actually blind. When they affirmed this, she further asked, if they could see her and they said no. She observed them for a while and screamed aloud in surprise This...is...ama...zing!. 9 COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT) For the Visually Impaired Visually ImpairedIF THE BLIND CAN ALL CAN DO IT
In order to adapt CBT for the Visually Impaired, they are further classified as: Those who can read Braille Those that cannot read Braille Those with low vision including albinos. 10 COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT) for the Visually Impaired (Contd) Acquisition of Refreshable Braille Display Gadgets. The gadget is fitted with in-built screen reader in addition to the voice prompt for listening complement. Training of technical staff on the use of the BrailleNote Apex gadget. Demonstration and pilot testing of the functionality of the BrailleNote Apex with candidates in selected schools for the blind in Abeokuta, Lagos, Enugu and Gindiri. 11 PICTURE OF CBT DEMO IN LAGOS Picture of a Visually Impaired candidate using the BrailleNote Apex at Bethesda Home for the Blind, Lagos. 12 PICTURE OF CBT DEMO IN LAGOS A visually impaired instructor practicing the use of the BrailleNote Apex at the Bethesda Home for the Blind, Lagos. 13 VIDEO OF CBT TRIAL TESTING FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED CANDIDATES
14 Performance of Visually Impaired Candidates in the 2015 UTME by Score Range 40 Number of Candidates 35 Admin Arts/Humanities Education Law Social Sciences Arts Education(COE) Total 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 160-169 170-179 180-189 190-199 200-209 210-219 Score Range 220-229
230-239 240 and above 15 ADMISSION OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED CANDIDATES Institutions are requested to give special preference and easy clearance to candidates who are Visually Impaired. On this note, the Board commends and thank the authorities of the following institutions: Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Bayero University, Kano University of Lagos, Lagos University of Calabar, Calabar University of Ilorin, Ilorin Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka 16 ADMISSIONS OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED FOR THE 2014/2015 ACADEMIC SESSION S/N 1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 INSTITUTION Ambros Ali University, Ekpoma Bayero Univ, Kano Gombe University, Tudun Wada Adekunle Ajasin University, AkungbaAkoko Nnamdi Azikiwe Univ., Awka Umaru Musa Yaradua University, Katsina Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Kogi State University, Anyigba University Of Portharcourt University Of Ilorin, Ilorin Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife Fed. University Of Tech. Owerri University Of Calabar, Calabar Imo State University, Owerri University Lagos, Lagos University Of Uyo, Uyo Nirapor Orizu Coll. Of Education, Nsugbe University Of Nigeria, Nuskka NO. OF APPLICAN T 2 2 1 3 6 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1
15 2 1 19 NO. ADMITTED 2 2 1 3 6 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 5 0 1 16 17 THE ALBINOS AND CANDIDATES WITH LOW VISION The albinos and partially-sighted candidates sat for the examination at the regular CBT centres alongside the normal-sighted candidates. For this group of candidates, the font size of the characters on the screen of the computer was increased. The candidates were given extra time of 1 hrs making 4 hrs duration. 18
PRISON INMATES CANDIDATES A total of two hundred and eight (208) candidates who were inmates of the prisons sat for the 2015 UTME in the CBT mode in Lagos and Kaduna. TOWN NO. OF CANDIDATES Lagos 28 Kaduna 180 Total 208 EXAMINATION CENTRE Ikoyi Prisons Borstal Training Centre, Barnawa, Kaduna. 19 PICTURE OF A VISUALLY IMPAIRED CANDIDATE TAKING THE 2015 UTME CBT The Honourable Minister of State for Education observing a visually impaired candidate using the BrailleNote Apex 20 The Hon. Minister of Education and the Registrar/CEO,
JAMB, monitoring the 2015 UTME CBT for visually impaired candidates 21 VIDEO OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED CANDIDATES TAKING THE 2015 CBT UTME Play video VIDEO OF A POST 2015 UTME CBT VISITATION TO JAMB NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Play video COMMENDATION BY THE PRESIDENT OF ANGLO-NIGERIA ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND Play video 22 ADMISSIONS OF CANDIDATES WHO SAT FOR THE UTME IN FOREIGN CENTRES Institutions are also requested to admit candidates who sat for the UTME in foreign centres without the post-UTME test. Putting into consideration the distance whereby these candidates have to travel and to encourage Nigerians in diaspora. 23 DIRECT ENTRY REGISTRATION Beginning registration,
from the 2015/2016 Board Direct would ONLY Entry allow candidates with verifiable record of admissions with the Board from their previous programmes (Degree, NCE and ND) to be considered for admission. Foundation programmes and University Diplomas which are not recognised by law would also NOT be allowed for Direct Entry. 24 REGULARIZATION OF ADMISSIONS With effect session, sanction from the
2015/2016 Board defaulters will who academic adequately seek for regularization of admissions. This is to ensure that our institutions complete their admissions within the period of admissions exercise. 25 WORST CASES OF REGULARIZATION - UNIVERSITIES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 University Of Port-Harcourt Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology, Ogbomoso Delta State University, Abraka. Niger Delta University, Bayelsa Lead City University, Ibadan. Caritas University, Amorji-Nike, Enugu 4,132 3,746 3,278 3,217 1,873 1,078 University Of Abuja, Abuja 1,031 Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu Tai Solarin Univ. Of Education, Ijebu-Ode. Tansain University Oba Anambra State The Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro University Of Calabar Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State Madonna University, Okija. Crescent University, Abeokuta 943 855 833 832 760 673 612 471 26 WORST CASES OF REGULARIZATION - POLYTECHNICS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna Abia State Polytechnic,Aba Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja, Delta State Polytechnics, Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State. Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi Yaba College Of Tech, Yaba Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi Fed. Polytechnic, Nekede, Fed. Polytechnic, Nassarawa Heritage Polytechnic, Eket, Akwa Ibom State. Fed. Polytechnic Oko Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo 5,510 4,322 3,907 3,765 3,137 2,534 2,293 2,066 2,017 1,661 1,587
1,583 1,544 1,519 1,422 27 WORST CASES OF REGULARIZATION - COE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 The College Of Education, Nsukka, Enugu State. Umar Suleiman College Of Education, Gashua Kano State College Of Education, Kano Annur Institute For Islamic Education, Kwalajawa, Kano Federal College Of Education, Kontagora Niger State (Affiliated to ABU, Zaria) Federal College Of Education, Zaria Oyo State College Of Education, Oyo, College Of Education Gindiri, Plateau State Federal College Of Education, Pankshin. Federal College Of Education, Yola Shehu Shagari College Of Education, Sokoto (Affiliated to ABU, Zaria) College Of Education Kafanchan, Kaduna State Osun State College Of Education, Ila-Orangun (Affiliated to Ekiti State University) College Of Education Akwanga, Plateau State Federal College Of Education, Okene
1,175 1,058 951 908 887 675 477 475 461 460 454 441 438 428 400 28 ADMISSIONS OF CANDIDATES FROM PRINTOUT AND THE NEED TO WAIT FOR FEEDBACK All institutions MUST admit from the printout during the whole process of admissions. Admissions Officers should wait [minimum of forty-eight (48) hours] and get a feedback on the submission of candidates recommended for admission. This is to ensure that only the list of candidates duly admitted are pasted on their campuses. 29 CANDIDATES NOT ADMITTED BY THE CERTIFICATEISSUING INSTITUTIONS Affiliate institutions may not have enough
applicants to admit. Certificate-issuing institutions are therefore encouraged to forward the list of excess candidates on their admissions print-out to their affiliated institutions. 30 ADMITTING IJMB CANDIDATES INTO 100 LEVELS It has been discovered that some institutions admit holders of IJMB to 100 levels. This practice SHOULD STOP. Henceforth, all holders of IJMB results should be admitted into 200 levels of the programmes of their choices. 31 DOCUMENTS FOR CLEARANCE OF CANDIDATES A Reminder Presentation of admission letter; the Photo Album and Biometric data verification. Boards 32
STATISTICAL REPORTS ON 2014 ADMISSIONS AND 2015 UTME APPLICATIONS 33 REPORT ON THE CONDUCT OF THE 2014/2015 ADMISSIONS TO TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS Guidelines and decisions of the 2014 Policy meeting were implemented at the Technical Committee meetings, under the Chairmanship of the Registrar/Chief Executive of the Board through fiftythree (53) Admissions Panels; Each was chaired by a Management staff of the Board. Institutions present at the meetings also made submissions for consideration and approval by the Admissions Panels. University of Benin for commendation thorough and prompt admission exercise. for 34 2015 UTME APPLICATIONS BY FIRST (1ST) CHOICE PREFERENCE PREFERENCE TOTAL APPLICATIONS PERCENTAG E (%) DEGREE
1,436,867 97.38 NCE 18,341 1.24 ND 20,392 1.38 NID 35 0.002 TOTAL 1,475,600 100 35 GRAPHICAL PRESENTATION OF 2015 APPLICATIONS STATISTICS OF INSTITUTIONS BY FIRST CHOICE PREFERENCE 1600000 1436867 1400000 1200000 1000000 800000 600000 400000
200000 18341 20357 35 0 DEGREE NCE ND IEI 36 STATISTICS ON 2015 UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION COMPARED WITH 2014 UTME S / N 2014 UTME 2015 UTME ITEM PPT DBT CBT TOTAL Total Number of A Applications 989,530 23,461
619,182 1,632,173 1,475,600 B Number of Centres Used 2,253 131 163 2,547 402 C Results Processed 946,111 19,121 576,946 1,542,178 1,417,341 31,227 2,322 39,125 72,674
37,973 183 0 0 178 196 D Absentees E Visually impaired candidates 37 2015 UTME CUMMULATIVE PERFORMANCE STATISTICS S/ N CUMMULATIVE RANGE NO OF CANDIDATE S 1 Below 160 122,091 2 160 and above 3
4 5 6 170 and above 180 and above 190 and above 200 and above (%) INDIVIDUAL RANGE NO OF CANDIDATES (%) 8.27 Below 160 122,091 8.27 1,353,509 91.73 160 - 169 147,227 9.98 1,205,922 81.72 170 - 179 273,886
2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY STATE OF ORIGIN 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0 O TH S ER M ZA F SO K JI G R TA N IG O G
M T KA V YI RI N / O C EB AT L P N KA O N D KW A N BE O U G N U EN
G O SU N T EL D 42 42 60000 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND GENDER MALE FEMALE 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 S CT F EB K B IG M R R IG U M AY AT G IV AS YI KT AT IV N IA D D A G N M N O G O N R E F AM K SO YO J DA TA BO N BA GO B K LA /R N ON E PL R KA AB ON KA KW KO BE BO GU ED NU OY SU H C I Z E
O A A T A/ O EB O 43 43 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND FCT (TOP TEN) 120000 104382 100000 80000 60163 62369 62974 66105 69379 72303 72756 OYO OSUN 77692 78856 60000
40000 20000 0 BENUE AK/IBOM OGUN EDO ENUGU ANAM DELTA IMO 44 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND FCT (LOWEST TEN) 18228 20000 18000 15693 15672 15615 16000 12665 14000 12000
10045 10007 8946 10000 8000 5292 6000 4086 4000 2000 0 N IG ER O B R N O TA R A A B A D
A M A W A G JI A W A Y O E B S O K O TO K I B EB Z A M FA
R A FC T 45 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY FACULTY 332,700 350,000 292,171 300,000 224,047 250,000 201,213 200,000 139,037 150,000 90,939 100,000 50,000 61,653 67,188 27,915 -
AG RI C ED U C A RT U H / S M W LA AD IN M I SC S CE EN EN G E /T V
N /E H C ED M E N I IC SO A CI L I C S S CE EN 46 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY TECHNOLOGY AND NON-TECHNOLOGY BASED COURSES (POLYTECHNICS/MONOTECHNICS/IEIs) FIRST CHOICE 16,000 14,000 12,000 15,501 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,891 4,000
2,000 - TECHNOLOGY NON TECHNOLOGY 47 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY SCIENCE AND ARTS BASED COURSES (COLLEGES OF EDUCATION): FIRST CHOICE 14,000 12,000 10,000 12,189 8,000 6,000 6,152 4,000 2,000 - SCIENCES ARTS 48 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY INSTITUTION TOP TEN INSTITUTIONS (UNIVERSITIES) FIRST CHOICE 2015 POSITIO N INSTITUTIONS TOTAL NUMBER OF
APPLICATIONS PERCENTAGE (%) 2014 POSITION 1ST UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN 105,032 7.12 1ST 2ND UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY 71,273 4.83 3RD 3RD NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA 70,430 4.77 2ND 4TH UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA. 66,577 4.51
4TH 5TH UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS 62,125 4.21 5TH 6TH AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA 56,585 3.84 7TH 7TH UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN, 46,812 3.17 10TH 8TH BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO 45,454 3.08 9TH OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY,
ILE-IFE, 10TH UNIVERSITY OF UYO, UYO 43,037 40,005 2.92 2.71 NOT IN TOP TEN 6TH NOT IN TOP TEN 49 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY INSTITUTION TOP TEN INSTITUTIONS- (POLYTECHNICS/MONOTECHNICS/IEIs) FIRST CHOICE 2015 POSITIO N TOTAL NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS PERCENTAGE (%) 2014 POSITION 2,157 0.15 5TH 1,584 0.11
3RD FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OFFA AKWA-IBOM STATE POLYTECHNIC, IKOT-OSURUA FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC,ILARO 1,300 0.09 2ND 4TH FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EDE, 1,251 0.09 9TH 5TH KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA 1,131 0.08 6TH 6TH NUHU BAMALLI POLYTECHNIC,ZARIA KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ILORIN, KWARA STATE. FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI, AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UNWANA, AFIKPO MOSHOOD ABIOLA POLY, ABEOKUTA
880 0.06 4th 754 0.05 674 0.05 672 0.05 509 0.04 1ST 2ND 7TH 8TH 9TH 10TH INSTITUTIONS 1st 8th NOT IN TOP TEN 7TH NOT IN TOP TEN 50 2015 UTME APPLICATION STATISTICS BY INSTITUTION TOP TEN INSTITUTIONS-
(COLLEGES OF EDUCATION) - FIRST CHOICE 2015 POSITION INSTITUTIONS TOTAL NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS PERCENTAGE (%) 2014 POSITION 1ST COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AZARE 3,751 0.254202 NOT IN TOP TEN 2ND FED. COLLEGE OF EDUC. ZARIA 2,047 0.138723 1ST 1,867 0.126525 1,562 0.105855 3RD
4TH FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.) POTISKUM FED COLLEGE OF EDUC. (TECH.) GOMBE NOT IN TOP TEN 3RD 5TH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKWANGA 1,279 0.086677 6TH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GIDANWAYA, KAFANCHAN 1,164 0.078883 7TH FCT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZUBA, 771 0.05225 8TH KASHIM-IBRAHIM COLLEGE OF EDUC., MAIDUGURI 551 0.037341 9TH
FED. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KANO 479 0.032461 7TH 10TH FED. COLLEGE OF EDUC. PANKSHIN, 473 0.032055 NOT IN TOP TEN 4TH 5TH 9TH NOT IN TOP TEN 51 2014 UTME ADMISSIONS STATISTICS BY FACULTY 56301 60000 51781 46020 50000 40000 34754 29574 30000 18160
20000 10000 18336 19915 7166 0 W LA M IC D E E IN M D A IN G A IC R TS R A M U H /
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C N E I ES 52 REPORT ON EXAMINATION IRREGULARITIES 2012 UTME (PPT EXCLUSIVE) VS 2015 UTME (CBT EXCLUSIVE) 53 S/ N NATURE OF IRREGULARITY Colluded With Other Candidates/Examiners/ External Agents 2. Lateness To Examination Hall 3. Left Examination Hall Without Permission 1. 2012 2015 603 7 852 385 39 6
149 0 2,030 263 4. Smuggled Out Question Papers/Answer Sheets 5. Spying/Copying From Prepared Answers 6. Swapping Of Examination Documents 163 0 7. Use Of GSM Phone/Electronic Device 2,972 87 8. Violent/Unruly Behaviours To Examiners 732 9 9. Wide-spread Cheating
35 0 10. Impersonation 398 100 11. Absconded With Examination Materials 297 0 12. Multiple Examination 0 1,681 13 No E-registration Slip 1,562 43 9,833 (0.7%) 2,581 (0.2%) TOTAL 54 THANK YOU 55
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