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JAMB’s inclusion of NIN for UTME registration has reduced impersonation – CBT operators

Bukola Afeni
CBT operators in the country said the introduction of NIN  for UTME registration has reduced the level of exam fraud during the ongoing  Joint Admission and Matriculation Board exam(JAMB).
A CBT operator in Bwari Area Council, Mr Uche Newton said the linkage of NIN to the slip of the students have gone a long way in reducing the level of impersonation compared to the previous year.
He commended JAMB and the National Identity Management Commission for the formidable partnership in developing the education sector.
He added that JAMB is bringing innovation daily.
“The exam body has been on a steady improvement, that is synonymous with innovation. They are growing  at every stage, just like the introduction of the NIN linkage to registration slip has brought about meaningful change in the education sector.”
In the same vein, he noted that  NIN linkage has led to the reduction of fraud when students are writing their papers.
” The exam body has been quite innovative and strategic. When you look at the slip you will find pictures of the candidate, it will help in checkmating crime among candidates writing the JAMB exam. Since we started writing this year JAMB, we have not witnessed any case of impersonation”.
He added that the students had also improved their knowledge of the use of computer compared to the previous year.
Another CBT operator in Maitama who prefers to be anonymous said JAMB has evolved in the way and manner the exam is being conducted.
Abdullashid Jubril, a JAMB candidate who wants to study Criminology said the students in his centre conducted themselves well while writing the exam.
“Although this is not my first time writing JAMB, I like the way this year’s exam is organised. I want the remaining candidates who are yet to write their papers to read adequately, and put in more efforts in their exams. I have no issue with the use of my computer because am very conversant with the use of computer”.
 Peace Eromosele who wants to study language and linguistics said the exam went smoothly in her centre.
” This is the first time am writing JAMB, I tried my best, and am hoping for the best.
I noticed that some students had an issue with using the computer at the beginning, but they later adjusted towards the end. I will check my result in few days, and hope to be successful by the grace of God”.

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