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7,000 contest for 2,000 admission slots at Ado Poly


Rector of Federal Poly­technic, Ado Ekiti, Dr Theresa Akande, has said the institution can admit only 2,000 applicants among the 7,000 that sat for its post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examina­tion, P-UTME, last week.

Akande said the poly­technic could only admit about 2,000 for National Diploma, ND, in view of its allotted carrying capacity by the regulating body, Na­tional Board for Technical Education, NBTE.

In a statement by the institution’s spokesman, Prince Ade Adeyemi-Ade­jolu, Akande assured that all hands were on deck to ensure a smooth-free conclusion of admission processes with the Joint Admissions and Matricula­tions Board, JAMB, to en­able the institution begin the 2015/2016 session in due course.

The rector had during an assessment tour of the week-long screening ex­ercise, observed that the polytechnic had come a long way since 2011 when it began Computer-Based P-UTME screening of can­didates who chose the insti­tution.

The 2015 P-UTME screening test was held be­tween Monday and Friday last week.

The institution’s Direc­tor of Academic Planning, Mr. Gbenga Owolabi, said the P-UTME was delayed for proper fine-tuning of necessary arrangements and logistics in expectation of a successful exercise.

Owolabi said all loop­holes witnessed in the past five years since the CBT screening started had been blocked to forestall any form of examination mal­practice, adding that the ex­ercise was been hitch-free as expected.

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