PLAPOLY 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening Announced – See Cut-off Mark And Registration Details
Plateau State Polytechnic (PLAPOLY) Post-UTME Screening for the 2017/2018 session has been announced – See details below. This is to inform the general public and all prospective candidates seeking Admission for 2017/2018 Session into Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi that they are to comply with the following procedures to be considered for Admissions. Eligibility The ... Continue Reading
Plateau State Polytechnic (PLAPOLY) Post-UTME Screening for the 2017/2018 session has been announced – See details below.
This is to inform the general public and all prospective candidates seeking Admission for 2017/2018 Session into Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi that they are to comply with the following procedures to be considered for Admissions.
The candidates must have scored 120 and above in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) by Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and must have chosen Plateau State Polytechnic as their most preferred Institution (First Choice). While those who originally chose Plateau State Polytechnic as their second or third choices and those who did not chose Plateau State Polytechnic can now go to JAMB WEBSITE and change on-line to Plateau State Polytechnic, Bakin Ladi as their first choice Institution after the payment of two thousand, five hundred (N2,500:00) naira to JAMB. Candidates can also change their course of study if they so wish.
Method Of Application
Candidate must ensure they pay the post UTME Screening fee by generating RRR (invoice) of two (N2,000.00) naira only through the Polytechnic portal using www.plapoly.edu.ng AND NOT directly using the Remitta link. Then they will proceed to pay at any Commercial Bank and then confirm payment online by printing online receipts. Then proceed to Bursary Department for confirmation and issuance of Polytechnic receipt.
Candidates must appear in person in the various departments of their choice with their credentials (i.e. WAEC, NECO & NABTEB, ) and evidence of payment for screening, as well as printed form for change of choice / course where applicable from 20th to 22nd September, 2017, between 10am to 4pm.
After the screening candidates are expected to be checking the JAMB website for the confirmation of their Admission status. This is because all admission processes have been automated by JAMB known as Central Admission Processing System (CAPS). Consequently, there shall be no placing of admission list on the notice Boards. Note also that candidates are expected to either accept or decline their admission on receipt of a text message from JAMB.
The following courses are available in the Polytechnic:
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (SE)
ND Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Electronic Engineering, Agric-Bio Engineering and Metallurgy/Foundry Engineering.
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (SST)
ND Science Laboratory Technology, Maths and Statistics, Computer Science, Leisure & Tourism and Hospitality Management.
SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (SES)
ND Urban & Regional Planning, Estate Management & Valuation, Quantity Surveying and Building Technology
SCHOOL OF ADMINISTRATION & BUSINESS STUDIES (SABS)
ND Accountancy, Business Admin. & Management, Public Administration, Office Technology & Management, Banking & Finance and Social Development.
SCHOOL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION (STE)
NCE Mechanical Technology, Electrical Electronic Technology, General Studies Technical and Education Technical.
Any candidate who does not comply with the above mentioned procedures shall have him/her self to blame.
JAMES G. PINTA
R E G I S T R A R