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ABU ZARIA CATCHMENT AREAS 2020/2021

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Abu Zaria catchment areas 2020/2021

ABU Zaria catchment areas

Table of content

  • What are catchment areas
  • Updated list of catchment areas in abu zaria
  • Impact on admission

What are catchment areas

Catchment areas are areas which most times could be states that special privileges are been given to in terms of admission.
In a nutshell in terms of catchment areas some group of states us been favoured than the orders.

Read also : jamb list of suspend cbt centers


Some reason reasons are as follows.

  • less concentration of institutions: States where there are less concentration of institutions, they are been favoured anywhere.
  • Indigenous reasons: All institutions give more chances of admission to their indigenous settlers rather than others.
  • Relationship with others: some institution offer admission to other states so that they might accept their own people when they want to school over there.

Read also: ibbu catchment areas

Updated list of catchment areas in ABU ZARIA


On this great article we are going to be listing out the 2019/2020 updated catchment areas for admission.

  • Kaduna State
  • Adamawa State
  • Bauchi State
  • Benue State
  • Borno State
  • Jigawa State
  • Kano State
  • Gombe State
  • Kebbi State
  • Kogi State
  • Kwara State
  • Katsina State
  • Niger State
  • Plateau State
  • Sokoto State
  • Nasarawa State
  • Yobe State
  • Zamfara State
  • Taraba State
  • So with this you can check if you fall under this category, but I you don’t don’t panic all you need is a great results and the sky will be your limit

Impact on admission

ABU admission is strictly by merit so this catchment areas has less importance in terms of admission.
Places where catchment areas plays a huge role in terms of admission are in state universities.
This does not mean it has no importance, but it is less when compared to state universities and always remember ABU Zaria admission is strictly on merit.

Also see: futminna updated catchment areas

How does this possibly affect admission in ABU Zaria

Now let go straight to the point, when issuing admission to candidates the method of taking up statics of different states that admission would be allocated to Is been adopted.
What do I possibly mean?
They might decide to give admission to 10 candidates from delta state on a particular course
And at same time decide to give 50 candidates from kaduna on a particular course.
Most times the cutoff marks of indigenous settlers are been reduced.
What do I mean by this ?
The might decide to do it this way Cut off mark for medicine for indigens is 230
Cutoff point for other people will be 250
With this you can see that you can see that the privileges are negligible

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FUOYO ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR 2020/2021

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FUOYO ACADEMIC CALENDAR

The management of the federal university of Oyo (FEOYO),wishes to notify the general public and students of FEOYO, that the school has released the academic calendar for 2020/2021 academic section.
Candidate are therefore asked to check the schools newly published academic calendar and adapt with the changes.

Read also: TASU second batch admission list 

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Meanwhile the school has been scheduled to kick start on the 3th of febuary been on Monday.
Moreover academic activities are to properly commence on the 10the of February been Monday.

Firstly  academic activities for first semester have been scheduled to end on the 15the of June 2020.

But academic activities for second semester will commence on the 29th of June 2020.
Finally second semester academic activities ends on the 26th of November 2020.

Read also: Bida poly ends industrious strike 

Fisrt semester academic activities schedules 

DATES EVENTS
Monday 13th – Friday 24th January 2020 Resumption, Screening and Registration of Fresh Students
Also Monday 13th – Friday 24th January 2020 Late registration for fresh students
Also Monday 3rd February 2020 Resumption/ Registration for Returning Students/Lecture begin for fresh students
Also Monday 10th February Lectures Begin for returning Students
Monday 17th February – Monday 24th February 2020 Late Payment of School Fees/Registration for Returning students (attracts a fee of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000)
Friday 20th March 2020 Matriculation Ceremony
Friday 15th May 2020 Lectures End for all Students
Monday 18th – Friday 22nd May 2020 Revision Week for all Students
Monday 25th May 2020 First Semester Examinations Begin for all Students
Saturday 13th June 2020 First Semester Examinations End for all Students and
End of First Semester 2019/2020 Academic Session
Monday 15th – Friday 26th June 2020  finally First Semester Break

FEOYO second semester academic calendar schedule

DATES EVENTS
fMonday 13th – Friday 24th January 2020 Resumption, Screening and Registration of Fresh Students
Also Monday 13th – Friday 24th January 2020 Late registration for fresh students
Also Monday 3rd February 2020 Resumption/ Registration for Returning Students/Lecture begin for fresh students
Also Monday 10th February Lectures Begin for returning Students
Also Monday 17th February – Monday 24th February 2020 Late Payment of School Fees/Registration for Returning students (attracts a fee of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000)
Also Friday 20th March 2020 Matriculation Ceremony
Also Friday 15th May 2020 Lectures End for all Students
Also Monday 18th – Friday 22nd May 2020 Revision Week for all Students
Also Monday 25th May 2020 First Semester Examinations Begin for all Students
Also Saturday 13th June 2020 First Semester Examinations End for all Students
End of First Semester 2019/2020 Academic Session
Finally Monday 15th – Friday 26th June 2020  Finally First Semester Break

 

Meanwhile the vice chancellor of the school after delivering an opening remark, declared academic section for 2020/2021 officially open.

Also Read: OAU Academic calendar

furthermore he gave an advise to new candidates not to forget the goals and objective they are to achieve in the school and told them to stay clear of anything that may hinder their growth.

FUOYO ACADEMIC CALENDAR

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ADSU ADMISSION LIST FOR 2020

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ADSU ADMISSION LIST

This is notify the general public that the management of Adamawa state university,has released the names of candidates offered provisional admission into Adamawa state university four years degree programs.

The admission list of successful candidates has been published online but can only be check via the schools admission portal.

But alternatively candidates can also check their admission status on jamb admission processing portal CAPS.

Also read: Updated catchment areas in futa 

How to check ADSU Admission list on school portal

The adamawa  state university admission list can be checked via the school portal,therefore to proceed in checking your status follow the instructions below.

  • Firstly Login the schools portal via this link below.
  • www.adsu.edu.ng
  • Proceed in clicking check admission status.
  • Provide you registration number.
  • Finally click on check.

But it seems like ADSU Admission portal is not available,so make use of jamb caps.

How to check your Admission status on Jamb Caps

  1. Firstly login your jamb caps through this link below.
  2. www.jamb.org.ng
  3. Now scroll below and click check admission status.
  4. Provide you correct email and password.
  5. Also provide your Reg number.
  6. Finally click on check and all your details will be reviewed.

Read also: EKSU Second Batch Admission List 

important updates

  • All admitted candidates are to make sure they complete there clearance and other stuffs on or before the 27th of February 2020, as the clearance commence from the 7th of January 2020.
  • Here are some of items required for the clearance:
  1. Local government indigene certificate.
  2. Original jamb result.
  3. Original birth certificate.
  4. Your original O level result.
  5. You will also provide your original NCE/ND/HND/IJMB results.
  6. Also print out an original copy of you registration slip.
  7. Current passport.

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UPDATED CATCHMENT AREAS IN FUTA

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Catchment Areas In FUTA

On this article we are going to review the updated catchment areas in FUTA.

Table of content

  • What are catchment areas.
  • List of updated catchment areas in FUTA.
  • Impacts on the outlined areas on admission.

What are catchment areas

As the word implies, we can say that catchment areas are areas or let me say a selected region been set aside for admission.

what has this to do with admission?

This is a popular question frequently asked by aspirants when they are been told this method in an institution.

Read also: futa second batch admission list

Well no more  a new thing that various institutions have a have their own catchment areas.

The federal university of technology akure catchment areas are selected states which are been favoured more or we can say certain privileges are been given to.

list of catchment areas(states) in FUTA

There are some state been selected by the institution and they enjoy certain privileges. Some of them are been listed below.

  • Lagos State
  • Ekiti State
  • Osun State
  • Oyo State
  • Ondo State
  • Ogun State

So if your states have been listed below you can now rejoice as you are on advantage.

Impact of catchment areas on admission:

This is the major place all aspirants are interested to read.

Candidates who reside in Those states which fell under the catchment areas are more favored than the others.

Some of the privileges enjoyed are outlined below:

  1. There cut off is been released a little.
  2. They are treated with care but not when the fail.
  3. They give them more slots.

What to do if you don’t belong to this category

Some candidates lose interest and possibly change institution,well fine but if you are observant and a serious type this actually means nothing because if you score higher it will have zero impact on you.

Also see: jamb updated brochure for 2020

Yes I did say they are give a little privilege,but the school can’t admit unqualified candidates in place of qualified candidates,so they limit them and give the certain points to reach.

So once your not an among any of the states listed,all you need do is to try as much as possible to smash you papers and with that your admission can’t be denied.

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