Candidates for the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) have been complaining bitterly about the stress associated with registration.
Some applicants in Maiduguri were spotted struggling to register for the 2017 UTME late in the night. The applicants blocked the highway until they were dispersed by the police.
To further make it easier for candidates, JAMB has made access to the ePIN possible. The body has disclosed that candidates can now make payment and and get their ePIN using the interswitch platform.
Below are the steps to follow:
Login to jamb portal via http://jamb.org.ng/eFacility/Login
To make payment, Select Sales Form & UTME EXAM, then choose “Interswitch payment” under Payment Options
Click ‘Pay Online Now’ to pay immediately on the JAMB website and get ePIN (the PIN will also be sent to the candidate’s mail)
Click ‘QuickTeller/Bank Branch Payment’ to get a Transaction ID which can be used for payment on quicketeller.com, Quickteller App, at any Quickteller Paypoint Agent Location listed on the Jamb website, or by simply dialing *322*04295701*Amount# to get the ePIN (the PIN will also be sent to the candidate’s mail).
Go to registered JAMB CBT centre with ePIN to complete registration, biometrics, and pick up your booklets.
Meanwhile, the official website for the UTME was opened on Monday, March 20, for prospective candidates to commence their registration.
A list of some of the approved CBT Centres for the registration of candidates has been released. NAIJ.com has put together a list of centres, each candidate should visit any accredited CBT centre with his/her personal details, the profile and evidence of payment.
The recent members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) have been up to some worthy endeavors. Below is a NAIJ.com video on them: