Kano Deputy Gov. Monitors Ongoing UTME At CBT Centres

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Kano State Deputy Governor Professor Hafiz Abubakar has paid an inspection visit to monitor the conduct of the ongoing Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination across the State.

Some of the Centres inspected by the Deputy Governor include E-learning Center and Julious Berger Centre in Bayero University, Rain Bow Detail Technology Centre at Mandawari and FCE Kabuga Centre at Federal College of Education, Kano.

Professor Hafiz who is also the State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology said despite the minor hitches being experienced at some of the Examination Centres, the exercise is recording successes.

” From all the arrangements at some JAMB  Centres and the provision of facilities on the ground, We hope that at the end of the day, these Candidates would by the grace of God pass their Examination” he said.

He advised the JAMB Officials to redouble effort in doing all what is needed to ensure the smooth conduct of the Examination.

Receiving the Deputy Governor, the JAMB Coordinator of E-learning Centre at Bayero University Umar Sani Hanga said  about 150 Candidates sat  for the Examination during the first session at the Centre, adding that to this end, the Centre did not record any problem.

At RainBow Detail Technology JAMB Center, the Proctor Dr. Aminu Sabo informed the Deputy Governor that the Centre has registered over 250 Candidates who sat for the Examination.

Also briefing the Deputy Governor at FCE Kabuga Centre, the Proctor Dr. Kassim Mohammed explained that even though the Center has the highest number of Candidates sitting for the Examination, all Candidates got enough sitting space and were expected to finish their Exams sessions within the designed schedule.

During the inspection visit, the Deputy Governor was accompanied by the Special adviser to the Governor on Education Dr. Bakari Ado Hussain and the Senior Special Assistant on Administrative Matters office of the Deputy Governor Habibu Abubakar.

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