The board disclosed this in its Weekly Bulletin of the Office of the Registrar, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.
JAMB said as part of its preparations for the 2022 UTME, it had concluded all arrangements to validate and accredit centres to be used for the exercise.
It further explained that the development followed the outcome of its virtual meetings with its Chief Technical Advisers, Zonal Directors, State Coordinators and Technical Officers for the accreditation of the Board’s examination centres.
The Registrar of the board, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, was quoted as saying that “the validation exercise is necessary to assess the conduct of the 2021 UTME and to look at those areas requiring improvement.
The exercise, which would commence immediately after the modalities are defined, is to ensure, among other things that only centres that are 100 per cent ready would be used for the UTME.
“This is in addition to giving other new ones with the opportunity to showcase their capacity and be included if found suitable while ensuring that any centre that is lacking in terms of technical and infrastructural specifications is excluded from the exercise.”
He also urged the various stakeholders engaged in the exercise to ensure that all the rules guiding the validation of centres were followed without any form of sentiment or compromise.
Oloyede said that the validation exercise was aimed at laying a good foundation, devoid of shoddy practices with the goal of yielding a successful and hitch-free examination.
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