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UNIJOS Re-schedules 2015/2016 Post-UTME Screening
All UNIJOS aspirants and the general public are hereby duly informed that the post-UTME screening has been re-scheduled.
The University of Jos has directed candidates via sms to reprint their post-UTME registration slips to see their newly assigned examination.
Candidates are therefore advised to do so as soon as possible as to verify their new screening schedule.
UNIJOS Post UTME Latest Update
UNIJOS 2015/2016 Post UTME form is now available and the details of the press release are specified in this article.
Cut-Off Mark – 180
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The University of Jos (UNIJOS), abbreviated as Unijos, is a federal university in Jos, Plateau State, central Nigeria. The school offers courses in law, medicine, pharmacy, natural sciences, social sciences, the built environment as well as arts and humanities.
What became University of Jos was established in November 1971 as a satellite campus of the University of Ibadan. The first students were admitted in January 1972 as pre-degree students with the first Bachelor of Arts degree program begun in October 1973. In October 1975, then military government under General Murtala Mohammed, established the Unijos as a separate institution.
The first Vice-Chancellor of the Unijos was Professor Gilbert Onuaguluchi. Classes began at the newly reorganized University of Jos in October 1976 with 575 students spread over the existing four faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Education, Natural Sciences and Medical Sciences. Post-graduate programs were added in 1977. By 1978 Faculties of Law and Environmental Sciences were established and the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences were separated.
In 2003, the Carnegie Corporation of New York gave Unijos a US $2 million grant to form its own fundraising department.
UNIJOS 2015/2016 Post UTME Form Information
University of Jos (UNIJOS) 2015/2016 Post UTME screening form for all UTME admission-seeking candidates is now available as has been announced by the institution. All concerned aspirants and interested members of the public that wish to study in the institution are hereby notified and advised to procure their forms as soon as possible.
According the school’s management and authorities, the process of registering candidates for 2015/2016 Post UTME Screening Exercise registration has commenced in the University of Jos (UNIJOS). The details of the registration, cut off mark have been released likewise.
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UNIJOS 2015/2016 Post UTME Application Procedures, Venues and Dates
University of Jos (UNIJOS) hereby duly invites prospective candidates to participate in the Computer Based Post-UTME Screening Exercise for the 2015/2016 Academic Session.
All candidates who made the University of Jos their choice and scored 180 marks and above in the 2015 JAMB UTME.
How to Apply for UNIJOS 2015/2016 Post UTME:
The registration website will be open from Monday, 10th August, 2015 for online application.
(i) Each candidate shall pay a non-refundable fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only for the screening and for accessing their results.
Payment shall be made online at the University of Jos website by using ATM (Verve & MasterCard) cards of any bank enabled for web-based payment.
(ii) Thereafter, a receipt number and a confirmation order number will be issued for online registration.
(iii) Log on to www.unijos.edu.ng for the registration procedures and proceed with registration.
(iv) Registration for the Post-UTME screening is only concluded when the scheduling of the venue, date and time of the test is automatically generated for each candidate.
(v) Candidates should print out the schedule slip which must be brought along for the screening exercise.
(vi) Candidates are to come to the venue with copies of their JAMB result slip and the schedule slip only.
(vii) A demonstration of the computer based test is available on the University of Jos website: www.unijos.edu.ng
Screening Date & Details:
Each candidate shall, on registration, be scheduled for the screening as from Friday, 28th August to Saturday, 5th September, 2015.
Venue: Multipurpose Auditorium, Bauchi Road Campus, University of Jos, Jos.
Time: The computer based screening shall commence at 8:00am daily.
The Scheduling of the screening is as follows:
(i) Friday, 27th August – Tuesday, 1st September, 2015 : For candidates who applied for courses in the Faculties of: Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Natural Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Education Sciences & Technology/Rehabilitation Sciences, Agriculture, Engineering and Veterinary Medicine.
The following subjects will be examined: English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics & Chemistry.
(ii) Wednesday, 16th & Thursday, 17th July, 2014 – For candidates who applied for courses in the Faculties of: Social Sciences, Management Sciences & Education Social Sciences/Management Sciences. The following subjects will be examined: English Language, Mathematics, Economics & Government.
(iii) Wednesday 2nd September & Thursday, 3rd September, 2015 : For candidates who applied for courses in the Faculties of Social Sciences, Management Sciences & Education Social Sciences/Management Sciences.
The following subjects will be examined: English Language, Mathematics, Economics & Government.
(iii) Friday 4th & Saturday 5th September, 2015 : For candidates who applied for courses in the Faculties of Law, Arts & Arts Education.
The following subjects will be examined: English Language, History & Government.
(i) Candidates are expected to be at the screening centre, one hour before the scheduled time allotted to them.
(ii) Any candidate who fails to come for the screening exercise will automatically forfeit the chance of being considered for admission.
(iii) Withholding information or provision of wrong information will lead to instant disqualification.
(iv) Candidates are strongly advised not to come to the screening centre with any electronic device such as GSM Phones, iPods, iPads, bags, etc., as these items will not be allowed inside the screening hall.
(v) Parents, Guardians and other unauthorized persons are not allowed within the screening venue during the Post-UTME screening.
(vi) The University of Jos does not condone any form of examination malpractice. Offenders shall be handed over to the law enforcement agents for prosecution in addition to being disqualified.
The University website will be opened from Monday, 10th August, 2015 for candidates. Closing date not yet announced.
Only 25% of post-UTME candidates will be admitted – UNIJOS Registrar
A total of 25,700 candidates are jostling for 6,500 admission slots in the 2015 post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination screening of the University of Jos (UNIJOS).
According to the UniJos Registrar, Jilli Damdam, the figure represented only those who scored 180 points and above in the UTME and chose the University as their first choice.
He said the number of candidates who had applied for admission into the university was much higher, but that only those who met this year’s Joint Admission’s Matriculation Board cut-off point were invited.
The registrar explained that the school would have admitted only 4,500 but for recent increase in the carrying capacity of the university by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
According to him, the exam was staggered from August 28 to September 5 because it is a computer-based test and to avoid too many persons on the campus.
Damdam said the candidates were grouped into three: science, social science and arts.
The registrar gave assurance that adequate security measures had been put in place in collaboration with the Special Task Force, the Police and the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps to protect the candidates and the examiners.
He said only candidates who had their JAMB slips and the university’s acceptance slip would be allowed into the premises.
He stressed that security personnel would not allow people milling around when it is not their time and, therefore, advised candidates to report only on the specified dates.
The registrar said candidates were expected to arrive 30 minutes ahead of time, adding that the last day, September 5, was meant for those who missed their assigned dates. (NAN)