The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has equipped all applicants with a portal to upload their results on Jamb Caps and access the list of shortlisted applicants. The committee stressed that all admissions processes must go through the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS); only then will the admissions process be accepted.
This was presented during an interview by the Chief Registrar of the JAMB, Prof Is-haq Oloyede, in Abuja.
The committee has introduced a specific provision that the board will accept only eligible applicants recommended by their institutions for admission.
He indicated that most institutions, especially private, had initiated the admission process.
However, the registrar, on the other hand, acknowledged that federal universities have yet to be completely jumpstarted from the process since they are yet to conclude admissions for the previous year.
Professor Oloyede also said: “You should consider applying to other universities besides federal.”, the polytechnics and colleges of education have not been affected by the strike, and the Colleges stayed in session to learn around the COVID pandemic.
How To Confirm The Status of Admission on JAMB CAPS.
- To access your dashboard, visit http://www.jamb.gov.ng/Efacility, and log in with your registered email login credentials to access your dashboard.
- Tap the ‘Check Admission Status’ tab.
- Find the icon “Access my Jamb CAPS.”
- Tap on “Admission Status” to see if you have been offered admission.
If you have been offered admission, you will click to ACCEPT or REJECT admission. Or, if you are yet to be offered admission, you will get a response such as “Sorry No Admission has been Given Yet,” “Admission in progress,” etc. candidates should keep their eyes on their Jamb Caps dashboard, as they will get quite regularly informed when they are selected for admission.