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Maths Should Not Be A Compulsory Subject For Humanities – JAMB Registrar

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Maths Should Not Be A Compulsory Subject For Humanities – JAMB Registrar

In what will excite many parents and students, especially those who want to read humanities in the Colleges of Education, Ishaq Oloyede has advocated that mathematics as a subject is absolutely unnecessary.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Boss advocated that Mathematics should not be made compulsory for those who want to read humanities in Colleges of Education.

He said this, on Tuesday, in Abuja, while fielding questions from newsmen at the sideline of the ongoing three-day summit on the repositioning of the Colleges of Education System in Nigeria, where he also warned the Provosts of Colleges of Education against the conduct of illegal admissions.

Prof Oloyede’s view was re-echoed by the President of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COASU), Comrade Nuhu Ogirima, who noted that somebody who wants to undergo any course in Humanities does not require Mathematics for anything since such an individual would have acquired basic Mathematics at the basic and secondary levels of education.

Ogirima said this was one of the reasons why the summit was put together for stakeholders to brainstorm on the way forward for teacher education in the country.

The JAMB Registrar, on his part, expressed concern that application into Colleges of Education `were dwindling and there was the need to address the issue noting that part of the problem is systemic.

He said: “What I mean is that don’t put an unnecessary requirement on the part of the candidates because if you so do, you want them to find an illegal way of circumventing the system. My own view is that Mathematics, in particular, should not be made compulsory for people who want to read humanities in the Colleges of Education. It is absolutely unnecessary.

He, however, said this does not mean that JAMB would not require Mathematics as a prerequisite for candidates sitting for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) except the law is changed.

The JAMB boss said it was not realistic to require somebody with five credits ‘O’ Level including Physics, Mathematics and English to go to read Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE) in Yoruba or Hausa when such as a person could conveniently apply to study in any of the universities.

He also urged the Provosts of the Colleges of Education to be open and sincere in what they do, saying a lot of the admissions they do were illegal, stressing that the Board needs to know the correct statistics of those subscribe formally to the Colleges.

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Ramat Polytechnic Admission List For 2020/2021

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Ramat Polytechnic Admission List For 2020/2021

The management of the Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri has released the list of candidates offered provisional admission into its National Diploma (ND) full-time programmes for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Ramat Polytechnic admission list for the National Diploma (ND) full-time for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Candidates that applied for admission into the Ramat Polytechnic ND full-time programmes can now check their admission status online.

How to Check Ramat Polytechnic Admission List

  1. Go to RAMAT poly website at https://ramatpoly.net/
  2. Locate and click the Admission link on the top of the page
  3. Enter your JAMB registration number in the required column
  4. Finally, click on the Check button to access your Ramat Poly admission status.

Successfully admitted candidates are advised to:

  • Login to their JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) and ACCEPT or REJECT their admission.
  • Print their JAMB admission letter after accepting the admission.
  • Print their original JAMB result slip (this comes with passport photography affixed to it).
  • Apply for a change of course on the JAMB Portal in case they are offered courses different from the ones they initially applied for.

OR

Check their admission status on the JAMB admission status checking portal by following the procedure outlined below:

  1. Go to the JAMB admission portal at https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility_/.
  2. Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
  3. Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
  4. Select your Exam year and enter your registration number in the required column.
  5. Finally, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your RAMAT Poly admission status.

Congratulations to all the candidates that made it to Ramat Poly admission list for the 2020/2021 academic session.

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