The Joint admission has announced the date that candidates with technical issues will take the 2017 JAMB supplementary examination.
This was disclosed by Professor Ishaq Oloyede after a meeting with other JAMB top official in Abuja on Wednesday.
According to him, about 62,140 candidates will take the the 2017 JAMB Supplementary examination.
This include candidates of centres with mass malpractices but who are deemed to be innocent, candidates with biometric non verification machine related issues, technical and log out issues, late registration, malfunctioning of servers at the centre and incomplete results.
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The date fixed for these set of candidates to write the examination is Saturday, July 1st, 2017.
We believe JAMB will notify the affected candidates via email or their JAMB profile, and may require them to reprint their JAMB Exam Slip in due time.
The board also approved the following at the end of the meeting; the commendation of staff of JAMB and other agencies involved in the administration of the examination for exemplary conduct, particularly where monetary inducement was given to centres, and their collaborators were turned over to the board.
The suspension of 24 computer-based centres for one year due to technical issues. These centres would not participate in the 2018 UTME but they can be considered for 2019 and above.
The delisting of 48 centres from participating in the board’s examination in the future due to technical deficiencies, extortion, organised examination malpractices, and other damaging infractions.