UTME: JAMB introduces fresh measures to protect candidates from fraudsters

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In its efforts to protect prospective candidates from being swindled by fraudsters, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has added additional measures for the registration process in its ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE).



Vanguard reports that this was contained in a statement issued on Thursday, April 22, by the board's head, public affairs and protocol, Fabian Benjamin.

The BlackList gathered the measures include the display of the image of the registration officer at the corner of the screen being used to register the candidate besides his biometric details that had been captured.

The board stated that the latest effort is to further fortify the registration process and ensure that candidates know where and who is registering them for the 2021 UTME and DE exercise.

He said the board’s innovations are to make the system better and fortified against those who are working non-stop to take advantage of the system.

The statement stated:

“This measure is in addition to several others put in place to guide against manipulation, abuse and exploitation of candidates as well as forestalling examination malpractices.

“The board’s innovations, including this one which comes with some little changes and additions to its processes, are to make the system better and fortified against those who are working non-stop to take advantage of the system."

 

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