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 2021/2022 academic session have been announced by the management of the college. The minimum cut-off mark is 180 and above for Degree and 100 – 179 for NCE programmes. The application cost is ₦2000.
Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe has scheduled its 2021/2022 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
To obtain NOCEN Degree or NCE forms, Candidates are expected to generate an RRR code, make payment at any of branch and fill their online form via nocen.edu.ng/portal/home.php.
- Click on ‘Apply Now’ under Bachelors of Education (for Degree candidates).
- For NCE candidates, Click on ‘Apply Now’ under Nigeria Certificate in Education.
- Follow the Fill in Registration page and Enter your UTME REG Number, a valid email address, your PHONE NUMBER and OTHER required information, then submit.
*_NOTE: ENSURE THAT YOU ENTER YOUR PERSONAL PHONE NUMBER AND EMAIL SO THAT FURTHER INFORMATION/COMMUNICATION CAN BE SENT TO THE PHONE NUMBER OR EMAIL. IF YOU ENTER ANOTHER PERSON’S PHONE NUMBER OR EMAIL, YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS FROM NOCEN.*
- Once submitted, a confirmation email will be sent to you immediately.
- Open your email and Confirm using the link sent to the email.
- Once confirmed, it will bring you back to nocen portal site where you continue by logging in with your email.
- Once logged in, the Remita payment (RRR) will be generated.
- The candidates are here advised to print out the RRR (Remita) page and quickly proceed to any bank of your choice nationwide to make a payment of N2,000 only.
- Login to the portal with your email and verify your payment by clicking on the ‘Verify payment’ box
- Once the confirmation for the payment is successful, you can proceed to the Next Stage
- Click on the arrow back button under the Verified Status message. Then click on “Apply” to continue with the registration.
- Fill out the application form. You can save each stage of the application and continue at a later time.
- After careful registration, click on ‘Submit’ button.
- Once submitted, it will bring you to a new page to print out your Application Form Slip.
Nwafor Orizu College of Education (NOCEN) Post UTME Screening Schedule
NCE, Degree, physical screening exercise dates will be announced later.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SCREENING EXERCISE
- You are advised to always monitor your personal phone number/email and NOCEN profile for further information/details on the post-UTME / DE/NCE screening exercise and for your ADMISSION STATUS.
- The screening exercise will be conducted in full compliance with the established COVID-19 safety protocols.
- Candidates who did not register online will not be involved in the screening exercise.
- You must also upload your O’level results in JAMB portal to be considered for admissions.
- And for Direct Entry Candidates, you must upload your O’level results and your statement of result for your NCE or equivalent certificate
- The University shall not be liable for any payment made with wrong JAMB registration number at the bank.
- The University shall also not be liable for any fraudulent payments made anywhere that is not in line with the directives of the University.
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.