Nigerian Scholars » School News » Nwafor Orizu COE Post-UTME / DE Screening Details for 2019/2020

Nwafor Orizu COE Post-UTME / DE Screening Details for 2019/2020



Nwafor Orizu COE Post UTME, Direct Entry Screening Form and Registration Details

Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe, NOCEN Post UTME form, registration, cut-off marks, eligibility and screening details for the 2019/2020 academic session have been announced by the management of the college. The minimum cut-off mark is 180 for Degree and 100 for NCE programmes. The application cost is ₦2000.

Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe has scheduled its 2019/2020  post-UTME screening exercise for candidates who chose or may not have made the college their choice, but wish to be considered for admission into Degree or NCE programme.

NOCEN Post UTME Application Procedure

(i) Candidates who chose UNN/NOCEN as their choice for degree programme will pay N2,000.00 (excluding service charge).
(ii) Candidates who did not choose UNN/NOCEN for degree programme will pay N2,000.00 (excluding service charge).
(iii) Candidates for NCE programme will pay N2,000.00 (excluding service charge).
(iv) The pin codes for registration can be obtained from any Fidelity Bank branches nationwide.
(v) Candidates should proceed to the College portal or any cybercafé of their choice for online registration at www.nocen.edu.ng/portal

Please note that the cut off mark is 180 for Degree programme and 100 for NCE programme.

Signed
Godwin U.Okeke
Ag. Registrar

About NOCEN

Nwafor Orizu College Of Education is your gateway to quality and functional learning for today’s world. Our institution has grown from a modest background to one known for its outstanding teaching standards.

This institution was founded in 1976 as a college of education. Since inception, it has grown to accomodate a lot more courses and disciplines. We realize we are a fountain of knowledge just as we believe that knowledge is power. Power to lead, power to invent and power to liberate.

Nwafor Orizu College of Education in Nsugbe, Anambra State is named after Prince Abyssinia Akweke Nwafor Orizu (1915 – 1999), Nigeria’s second Senate President from November 16, 1960 to January 15, 1966, during the Nigerian First Republic.

Sponsored:


Sharing is caring!

Share Tweet Email WhatsApp
Like

Want to be notified anytime there's a new post? Subscribe here to get the latest updates delivered to your email address by Google Feedburner.


See More Under:


3 Comments