FUGASHUA 2014/2015 IJMB Registration Procedures For New Intakes
In pursuance of its drive to transform the Education Sector, the Federal Government had, in 2010, approved the establishment of twelve (12) new Universities in the six geopolitical zones of the country. This was intended to open access to tertiary education for the teeming Nigerian youth. As part of effective planning, the Federal Government set up an Implementation Committee comprising of the National Universities Commission (NUC), the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) and other relevant stakeholders. The Committee consulted widely with the respective State Governors and paid inspection visits to the proposed sites for the Universities before submitting its report on 15th November, 2010.
The implementation of the first phase of the proposal commenced in February, 2011, with the establishment of nine Universities, while the second phase involving the remaining three universities including the one in Gashua commenced on 18th February, 2013 with the appointment of pioneer Vice-Chancellor (Professor Shehu Abdul Rahman) and Registrar (Alhaji Sule Dauda).
FUGASHUA 2014/2015 IJMB Registration Procedures
The management and authorities of FUGASHUA have released and published the registration procedures for her new IJMB students. All such students that have been offered admission into the University IJMB programme for the 2014/2015 session are hereby informed. See the procedures below.
Newly admitted students into the Federal University, Gashua IJMB programme for 2014/15 are to be informed that Screening and Registration exercise into the programme will commence on the 20th April, 2015 and will come to an end on the 24th April, 2015. Please note that the Portal will be closed by mid night 24th April, 2015.
STEPS FOR REGISTRATION INTO FUGASHUA IJMB PROGRAMME
STAGE 1: All students are expected to present a copy of their IJMB bank confirmation order for the collection of their respective Admission Letter in Room 1 if you have not done so already.
STAGE 2: After the collection of the Admission Letter or if you have collected already, then proceed to Room 2 for Academic Screening. At this point, you will be required to produce six (6) passport photographs and the Originals and four photocopies each of the following:
- Original Admission Letter
- JAMB Print out or Remedial Statement of Result (for those admitted through Remedial only).
- WAEC/NECO/NABTEB Results
- First School leaving Certificate
- Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
- Local Government Indigene Certificate
- Six standard coloured passport photographs
After having done this, students are expected to fill a Registration Form in which you are to indicate your choice from one of the six (6) academic groups:- BS1, BS2, BS3, BA1, BA2 or BA3 based on your intended future career and the O-Level credits obtained. Subjects in each group are:
- BS1: Biology, Chemistry and Physics
- BS2: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics
- BS3: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics
- BA1: Economics, Geography, Government
- BA2: Economics, Literature-in-English, Government
- BA3: Economics, Sociology, Geography
Note: Use of English Language and Basic Mathematics are compulsory for those who do not have credit pass in O’level English and Mathematics.
Note: Make sure you are properly screened and Cleared before Payment of School Fees.
STAGE 3: PAYING SCHOOL FEES (Science – N73, 500.00 and Art – N70, 500.00 only).
After you have been cleared, visit; www.fugashua.edu.ng , under Current Students tab, click on Pay School Fees. Wait for the page to load. Read the instructions carefully and at the end of the page, click on Pay Fees Now. Again, wait for the page to load and Enter your Applicant ID (IJMB Form Number) from your online application form, and click on Get Fee Detail. The fees due for your Student category will be displayed. Download and Print a copy of the Payment Invoice and take it to any branch of First Bank.
Upon successful payment at the bank, you will be given a payment slip which contains a confirmation number. Return to the portal with this and follow the procedure below. Select the e-tranzact Pin Vending option and click on pay fees. This will take you to a page, enter the confirmation number and click on verify. After your payment has been verified, you will be required to print your school fees receipt and also a PIN will be automatically generated for you with which you will be required to use in Stage 4.
STAGE 4: Profile Update and Course Form Registration
Still on www.fugashua.edu.ng, select Portal Login under Current Students use the combination of yourApplicant ID and the PIN obtained after your payment has been successfully verified and school fees receipt printed. Login and update your profile, also register all your required courses as the case may be. Print every other required form including your Student Information Form.
STAGE 5: After payment, you are to return to Room 1 with a copy of your Payment Slip/Bank Teller and collect your Registration Number, Students’ Handbook and a Student Personal Record File which must be filled accordingly and returned immediately (within 24hrs).
Please, make sure you are properly screened before paying fees as there will be no refund after payment has been made. Make sure you keep your PIN as it will be required for your session long access to the Portal
For Support, visit IT Centre or email firstname.lastname@example.org and all complains will be dealt with within an hour.
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