NABTEB May/June 2015 Result Details & Checker
National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has published and announced the release of the result of the May/June 2015 National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) examinations. The Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board Dr. Olatunde Aworanti has announced the results for the 2015 May/June ... Continue Reading
National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has published and announced the release of the result of the May/June 2015 National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) examinations.
The Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board Dr. Olatunde Aworanti has announced the results for the 2015 May/June National Business Certificate/National Technical Certificate examinations.
Aworanti disclosed that out of the 75,468 candidates that sat for the examinations, 15,848, representing 21 per cent, sat for engineering trades; 6,849 representing 9.08 per cent, sat for construction trades; 1,710 representing 2.27 per cent, for miscellaneous trades and 16,818 representing 22.18 for business trades.
He further disclosed that 40,82 candidates representing 54.09 percent, scored five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics, while, 53,016 candidates representing 70.25 per cent, had five credits and above, with or without English Language and Mathematics.
The NABTEB boss advised candidates to proceed online to check their results.
How to Check the 2015 May/June NABTEB result:
Follow the steps below to check the nabteb result 2015 May/June;
1) Visit the Nabteb Result Checker Online website via the link below;
2) On the space provided, Enter your Candidate Identification Number (e.g. 38001178)
3) Select the Type of Examination (i.e. MAY/JUNE)
4) Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year (e.g. 2015)
5) Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card. The Card Serial Number has an alphabet prefix followed by digits (e.g. N123456789)
6) Enter the 12-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card (eg. 012345678912)
7) Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up
To have your nabteb result 2015 sent to your e-mail address, do the followings:
Follow steps 1-5 above. Then click on the ‘Send Results to E-mail’ box. Enter a valid e-mail address. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up.
YOU CAN AS WELL CHECK YOUR RESULTS USING YOUR MOBILE PHONES:
Send SMS in the format below:
NABTEB*ExamNo*PIN*ExamType*ExamYear To short-code 32327
To check for May/June results,
i. Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message. Wait for your result to be delivered to your mobile phone via sms.
ii. Do not use a card that has already been used for another candidate.
iii. Do not enter an invalid e-mail address for result to be sent as this will penalize you by deducting your card use.
The National Business and Technical Examinations Board was established in 1992 to domesticate craft level examinations which were hitherto conducted by City & Guilds, Pittman’s, and Royal Society of Arts all of UK in accordance with the provisions of the National Policy on Education. Its establishment was the climax of an evolutionary process which spanned 15 years from 1977 to 1992 and in which FOUR Government Panels at different times were set up to review the place and structure of public examinations in our educational system.
Each of these Panels advocated and justified the multiplication of the examinations bodies, and in particular, a separate body to perform the functions which NABTEB now performs. The process began with the findings of Justice Sogbetun Commission of Enquiry (1978), which was set up in response to public outcry on perceived inefficiency and unchecked leakages of public examinations. This was followed by the Angulu Commission, which was set up as a result of WAEC’s presentation to the House of Representative Committee on Education in 1981 in which WAEC advocated the setting up of other examination boards in Nigeria “to reduce the burden of WAEC”. The third was the Okoro Panel set up in 1989 to review the Angulu Report. The forth was the Professor Akin Osiyale’s Task Force set up in 1991 “to evolve a strategy to reduce the burden of WAEC and bring about greater efficiency in the conduct of public examinations”.
The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) under Decree 70 of 1993, and other examinations bodies were thus established. Since its establishment, the findings of the Etsu Nupe Panel (1997), the Shonekan Vision 2010 (1997) Report, and the harmonized Report of the Etsu Nupe Panel and Vision 2010 reports have supported, directly and indirectly, NABTEB’s existence. The National headquarters of the Board is located at Ikpoba Hill, P. M. B. 1747, Benin City, and Edo State.
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