FUAM Post UTME Form and Screening Exercise Details are out. Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (FUAM) Post-UTME Screening for the 2018/2019 session has been announced. See the full details below.
FUAM Post UTME Form and Application Invitation for 2018/2019 Session
FUAM Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, application cost, eligibility and other relevant information for the 2018/2019 academic session have been announced. Cut-off mark is 170. Application cost is ₦2000. Screening commences October 2nd, 2018. See details below:
The Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi (FUAM) has invited candidates who selected the University as first choice and scored 170 and above for the Post UTME screening exercise slated to commence on 2nd October, 2018.
Candidates are to pay a non-refundable fee of two thousand naira (₦2000) only, (Bank/service charge inclusive) and undertake the necessary Online Registration procedures to qualify for the exercise.
Also, qualified candidates are expected to come along with the following on the date of their screening at their various colleges:
a. The Printout of the Online Registration Form completed from the University Website.
b. Bank payment slip as evidence of payment.
c. Original JAMB score printout
d. Original and photocopy of Birth Certificate /Declaration of age
e. Originals and photocopies of O level Certificates /Statement of results (NCE/Diploma)
f. Certificate of State of Origin from your Local Government (for Nigerians only)
g. An unused WAEC and /or NECO scratch Card for checking of your result.
BANK DRAFT AND CASH PAYMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
FUAM Post UTME Registration Procedure:
To register, follow the steps outlined below:
- Visit https://fees.uam.edu.ng
- Enter your JAMB Registration Number
- Select your payment mode (Generate Remita Retrieve Reference (RRR) Number to pay with your bank’s ATM card)
- Return to the portal (http://entry.uam.edu.ng/utme ) and enter your JAMB Registration Number again
- Proceed with the completion of the form
- Correctly enter your O’Level results
- Confirm your entries
- Submit your application
- Print out your acknowledgement slip
- Await the announcement
For further directions, visit the University Website www.uam.edu.ng
The Date, Time and Venue of your Screening will be communicated to you.
Mrs H. N. Nyitse
The establishment of Universities of Agriculture came into effect on l January 1988 following a demerger process that resulted in simultaneous coming on stream of the two Universities of Agriculture located in Makurdi in Benue State, and Abeokuta in Ogun State. A third one located in Umudike in Abia State was established in 1992. The Federal Government of Nigeria had by the end of 1983 established seven new Universities of Technology, four of which were rationalized in 1984 by merging them with, and as campuses of bigger and more established Universities as a cost saving measure.
Following the initiatives and reports of the National Universities Commission (NUC) on the establishment of Universities of Agriculture, the government carefully reviewed the situation against the background of the success stories of Agricultural Universities worldwide and decided to opt for converting the two campuses at Makurdi and Abeokuta into full fledged specialized Universities of Agriculture.