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Fed Poly Offa Acceptance Fee

The federal polytechnic offa wishes to inform all student offered provisional admission into OFFA IJMB, national Diploma, Higher National Diploma programs, that the school has kick-start the payment of acceptance fee.

All admitted Candidates to visit the school portal to proceed with payment of acceptance fee.

To check admission list click here .

Read also: bida poly HND Admission list

How to Pay Fed Poly Offa Acceptance Fee

To successfully pay your acceptance follow the instructions listed below.

(i) Pay acceptance fee of the amount indicated above with the use of ATM card that is Inter switch compatible, print acceptance fee receipt online and change to official receipt in the Bursary.

(ii) Print the admission letter on-line and present to the admissions office at the Main campus for signing. (candidates are to come along with the original copies of their certificates/results).

Also see : unilorin school fees

Fed polytechnic OFFA Acceptance fee for newly admitted NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND) Is N15,000

While Acceptance fee for Higher National Diploma is 10,000.

Important Things To Note

1. 7th December, 2019 (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Batch). for higher national diploma

2. 5th December, 2019 (for 1st & 2nd Batch) and 7th December, 2019 (for 3rd batch). for national diploma full time.

3. 5th December, 2019 (for 1st Batch) and 7th December, 2019 (for 2nd batch). National diploma part time.

4. 9th December, 2019 (for first batch) for IJMB

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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.
  • 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.
  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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Catchment Areas In FUTA

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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OAU Academic Calendar For 2020

OAU Academic Calendar For 2020

This is to notify the general public and students of OAU, that the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, as released it annual academic calendar for the year 2020.

The school after a brief negotiation with her staffs came to agreement to kick start the years academic section.

Following the report by the spokes person academic activities has been scheduled to commence on the 6th of February 2020 and come to an end on the 6th of may 2020.

Also read: Futo Academic Calendar for 2020

OAU Academic Calendar For 2020 are as follows:

  • 6th january, February 21st, 2020 – SWEP/SIWES & Teaching Practice
  •  29th January, 2020 – Senate for Consideration of Rain Semester 2018/2019 Results
  • 11th February, 2020 – Committee of Deans
  • 14th Fabruary, 2020 – Online Registration for Courses Commences
  • February 17th, 2020 – Business Committee of Senate

Read also: EKSU second batch admission list

Also 22nd February, 2020 – Fresh Students in Faculty of Law/Arts/Social Sciences/Agriculture/Administration and Education come into Residence

  • February 23rd, 2020 – Fresh Students in Faculties of Science/EDM/Basic Medical Science/Clinical Sciences/Dentistry/Pharmacy and Technology come into Residence
  • February 24th to 26th, 2020 – Orientation Programme for Fresh Students
  • 6th February, 2020 – Senate
  • 27th february to 29th, 2020 – ICT Training for Fresh Students
  • March 2nd to 6th, 2020 – Clearance at Faculty and Admission Offices
  • 8th march, 2020 – Returning Undergraduates comes into Residence
  • 9th march, 2020 – Harmattan Lecture commences
  • 11th march, 2020 – Committee of Deans
  • 15th march, 2020 – End of Normal Registration
  • 16th march, 2020 – Business Committee of Senate
  • 25th march , 2020 – Senate
  • 31st march& April 1st, 2020 – MATRICULATION
  • 5th April, 2020 – End of Registration with Penalty
  • 6th April to 9th, 2020 – Faculty/Students Colloquium
  • 15th April, 2020 – Committee of Deans
  • April, 20th 2020 – Continuous Assessment Starts.

The vice chancellor has further said that academic activities are to resume immediately and also encourage all staff to return to the institution.

Also read: Jamb Brochure for 2020

He also stated candidates who are yet to conclude their registration process should do so.

Lastly he also remindeed the general public that admission into the institution is strictly on merit.

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