JAMB delists 9 centres and incriminates 195 candidates for examination malpractices “see full list”
It saddens to know that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the names of 195 candidates who it said participated in a series of exam violations on the 2020 exam.
The review board detailed this in its weekly newsletter released today.
Of the 1,945,983 candidates who took the 2020 exam, it is said that assumed cases of exam misconduct have been filed against the nominated candidates. See the full list below.
Candidate misconduct, he said, includes proxy exam, complicity to cheat, smuggling of phones and electronic devices in the exam room, attempted deception, rebellious behavior, double registration, tampering with examination documents, forced entry, falsification of vital elements. documents.
Most of the listed candidates were charged with examination for power or collusion to cheat.
Imo State, with 25 candidates, ranks first among the states with the highest number of accused candidates.
Anambra is second with 16 candidates, while Enugu, Kano and Kaduna have 15 candidates on the list. The plateau is 13.
JAMB says it has also dropped nine test centers, one to collude with candidates for cheating and the other eight for technical deficiencies.
The centers listed are St. Anthony Comprehensive Secondary School, 83b Omuma Rd, Off Ama-Ogbonna, Aba, Abia State (Technical Deficiency); St. Josephs Institute, 20/22, Amaigbo / Mgbemena Lane by CIC, Uwani, Enugu, Enugu State (Technical deficiency); Federal College of Education, Okene, Kogi State (Technical Deficiency); HSPS CBT Center, Bishop Oyedepo Street, across from Omu-Aran Police Station, Alaka Junction Omu-Aran Kwara State (Technical Deficiency), and Darman Model College CBT Center, 1 Holy Child Way, By Alakija Bus Stop, Mile 2 Badagry Expressway, Satellite Town (Technical deficiency).
Other dropped JAMB centers are Lafia Knowledge Center, Bakah Sidi, Adjacent National Open University, Jos Road, Lafia Nasarawa, Nasarawa State (Technical Deficiency); Solid Rock Girls Academy, Ibadan Expressway, Opposite FGGC Sagamu, Ogun State (Technical deficiency); Sejdom Global Ventures Limited, together with Adelayo Academy, Alaagba, Iyana Church, Ibadan, Oyo State (Technical Deficiency) and MS World ICT Institute of Information Technology, No 84, Airport Road, Opp Chediya Uku, Nomansland, Kano, Kano State (Connived with Candidates for cheating).
The 2019 Unified Tertiary Enrollment Exam (UTME) conducted between March 14 and April 4.
Earlier this month, JAMB announced a provisional remittance of ₦ 3.5 billion to the federal government purse after the completion of its 2020 exam.
Download the complete list of affected centres and candidates bellow
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