The Nigerian government have yesterday disclosed that it would construct over 774 e- Examination Centres for the conduct of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board. Vanguard report.
During the monitoring of the ongoing UTME in Abuja, the Registrar and Chief Executive of JAMB, Professor ‘Dibu Ojerinde, stated that President Goodluck Jonathan has given commitment towards ensuring that the ICT centres were ready before 2016 UTME, that is now purely computer-based.
Mr Ojerinde, admitted that there were few challenges encountered on the first day of the examination in some of the centres across the nation but said the Board has overcome those hiccups as the examination is progressing smoothly in all the centres.
He disclosed that as at Wednesday, the Board had successfully process and released over 895, 000 results of candidates who have so far sat the 2015 UTME.
The Registrar clarified that some candidates failed to get their results because they gave wrong numbers, while also urging such candidates to check the results online on the Board’s website using their registration number.