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Fed Poly Nekede Post UTME Admission Form for 2020/2021 Session (Updated)



Fed Poly Nekede Post UTME Latest Update

LATEST UPDATE: The deadline for application has been extended to 12 midnight of September 30th, 2020.

Fed Poly Nekede Post UTME Eligibility Criteria

All 2020/2021 UTME candidates who applied to Federal Polytechnic  Nekede, owerri as an institution of first or second choice with a UTME score of 180 and above.

They are to purchase the screening form for a fee of ₦2,000, payable on the remita platform at any branch of any commercial bank nationwide.

Eligibility:

All 2020/2021 UTME candidates who applied to Federal Polytechnic  Nekede, Owerri as institution of first or second choice with a UTME score of 180 and above.

Method of Application for Fed Poly Nekede Post UTME Screening

STEP 1: On our site www.fpno.edu.ng, click on “Admissions” on the menu or click HERE which will take you to our Application form site.

STEP 2: On the Application site, click on “Application Form”.

STEP 3: Click on “Generate an Invoice for your desired programme” and fill the required information.

STEP 4: Under “Programme” on the page select “ND Morning”, and complete the required information.

STEP 5: Click on “Generate Invoice” after filling your information correctly and print out your invoice or copy your RRR number from the invoice.

STEP 6: Go to any commercial bank with the Remita Number (RRR number) to make your payment.

STEP 7: Return to the same SITE or click HERE to complete your Application Form.

STEP 8: After completing the form correctly, submit and print your slip.

Deadline: All submissions and payments must be completed on or before 31st August 2020.

Note: Candidates who used the institution as 2nd or 3rd choice must change to Federal Polytechnic Nekede as their first choice before they will be considered for admission and also note that any wrong information given disqualifies the candidates.

Screening Documents:

The following are required:

  • O’level Result (WAEC, NECO and NABTEB
  • 2020/2021 UTME Score
  • JAMB Subject Combination for the course applied

In addition, a screening fee of N2000.00 (Two thousand Naira) only should be paid on the Remita platform at any commercial bank nationwide.

Note:

  • Candidates are advised to Change to Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri as their FIRST CHOICE institution.
  • Any wrong information supplied, disqualifies the candidate.

Closing Date:

Duration: All submissions and payments must be completed on or before12 midnight of September 30th, 2020. August 31st, 2020.

NB: Any wrong information supplied, disqualifies the candidate.

Registrar


About Fed Poly Nekede

The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede Owerri started in 1978 as the College of Technology, Owerri. It was established by the Imo State Government through Edict No.16 of April 1978. It took off at its temporary site at the premises of Government Technical College (GTC), Owerri along Egbu Road in the same year.

In 1981, the institution moved to its present and permanent location at Nekede in Owerri.

By the Imo State Government Edict No.6 of 1987, the name of the institution was changed to, “The Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri.” Six years after and precisely on 7th April 1993, the Federal Government had it renamed again to, “The Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri”.

FUNCTIONS OF THE POLYTECHNIC

The Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri is regulated by the Federal Polytechnics Act (CAP 139) of 1979. The functions of the Polytechnic as provided for in Section 2(1) of the Act are as follows:

A. To provide full-time or part-time courses on instruction and training in: i. Technology, Applied science, Commerce and Management ii. Such other fields of applied learning relevant to the needs of the development of Nigeria in areas such as industrial and agricultural production and distribution, research, development and adaption of technique as the council may from time to time determine.

B. To arrange conferences, seminars and study groups relative to the fields of learning specified in paragraph(a) of this subsection(1)

C. To perform such functions as in the opinion of the council, may serve to promote the objectives of the polytechnic. Conscious of the objectives for which the polytechnic was established, it adopted the Motto, “Knowledge and skill for service”, right from its inception in 1978. It has vigorously pursued its objectives.


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4 Comments

  • Francis Akamadu

    When is the UTME coming up?

  • Kingsley

    I want a change of school from imopoly umuagwo to federal polytech nekede would i be allow for the UTME Screening

  • Meshach

    Can a 134 get addmissio in nekede? Yes how can the person do it?

  • Amarachi

    When are they going to start selling they form