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Friday, 19 October 2018

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko Announces Change of Course Form and Important Information for 2018/2019 Session

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE 2018/2019 ADMISSION EXERCISE
Instruction: Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko has completed her first batch admission for 2018/2019 session. Some candidates who met the cut-off points in the various programmes could not be considered for admission because they did not meet the minimum UTME and/or O’Level entry requirements. To be considered for admission during the second batch admission, candidates who have not been considered for admission during the first batch admission exercise, are advised to apply for change of course from their initial courses to other which they are most qualified on JAMB CAPS STRICTLY taken into consideration the Cut-off point and the minimum UTME and O’Level entry requirements, as contained in the following document. Candidates are STRONGLY advised to ensure they abide by the requirements and cut-off points to be considered for admission. 
Closing date for the change of course is Sunday, 11th November, 2018.
Admission Requirements
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1Agricultural EconomicsChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. (With at least, a pass in Physics).







Merit: 43

Catchment: 40
2Agricultural Extension and Rural DevelopmentChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. (With at least, a pass in Physics).
3AgronomyChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. The Credit pass in Agricultural Science must be backed up by at least, a pass in Biology.
4Animal ScienceChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. The Credit pass in Agricultural Science must be backed up by at least, a pass in Biology.
5Fisheries and AquacultureChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. The Credit pass in Agricultural Science must be backed up by at least, a pass in Biology

Merit: 42

Catchment: 40
6Forestry and Wildlife ManagementChemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Mathematics/ Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, and any one from Economics, Geography and Physics. The Credit pass in Agricultural Science must be backed up by at least, a pass in Biology.Merit: 42

Catchment: 40
FACULTY OF ARTS
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1English StudiesLit. in English, one other Arts subject and another Arts or Social Science subject.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include  English Language, Literature in English, Mathematics and any Two from  CRK/Islamic Studies/IRK, Igbo Language/Yoruba Language/Hausa Language/French,  and History/Government, Fine Arts or Music.Merit: 60

Catchment: 55
2History  and International Studies

History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts/Social Science.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include History/Government, English Language, Mathematics and  any Two subjects from Arts or the Social Sciences.

Merit: 60

Catchment: 55
3Performing ArtsLit. in English and two other relevant subjects.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Literature in English and any Two subjects from  CRK/Islamic Studies/IRK, Igbo Language/Yoruba Language/Hausa Language/French,  and History/Government/Civics, Fine Arts, Economics or Music.Merit: 55

Catchment: 50
4YorubaYoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include Yoruba, English Language, Mathematics and any Two subjects from Arts or the Social Science subjects.

Merit: 40


5LinguisticsAny three Arts or Social Science subjects.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, one Language and any Two from Arts or the Social Science subjects.Merit: 55

Catchment: 50
6Linguistics/YorubaGovernment and any two Arts subjects OR Yoruba Language and two Arts or Social Science subjects.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Yoruba and any Two from Arts or the Social Science subjects.

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40
7PhilosophyAny three subjects.Five ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, one Arts subject and two other relevant subjects.Merit: 50

Catchment: 45
8Religious StudiesCRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, CRK/BK/IRK/Islamic Studies and two other subjects from the Arts or Social Sciences.Merit: 45
Catchment: 40
NOTE:
Candidates who initially applied to Philosophy and Religious Studies are directed to change to another desirable course for which they are qualified.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1Adult EducationGovernment/History, two other subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and three other relevant subjects.Merit: 40


2English EducationLit. in English, and two other subjects from Arts or Social Science.Five credit passes in English Language, Literature in English, Mathematics and any Two of the following:  CRK/Islamic Studies/IRK, Igbo Language/Yoruba Language/Hausa Language/French, and History/Government, Fine Arts or Music.Merit: 55

Catchment:50
3History  Education

History/Government and any other two subjects chosen from CRK/IRK, Lit. in English, French/Hausa/Yoruba, Geography/Physics, and Economics.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include History/Government, English Language, Mathematics and  two subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.Merit: 45

Catchment: 42
4Religious EducationCRS/IRS, one Arts subjects and any other subject.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, CRS/IRS and any two from History/Government,  Yoruba/Arabic/French, Economics, Commerce, Geography, and Lit. in English,

Merit: 40
5Yoruba EducationYoruba and any two subjects chosen from Lit. in English, CRK/IRK, French/Arabic and History/Government.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, , Mathematics, Yoruba and two  of Literature in English, French/Arabic, CRS/IRS and History/Government.Merit: 40


6Biology EducationBiology and two other subjects from Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, and two  subjects from Physics, Chemistry and Agricultural Science

Merit: 53

Catchment: 50
7Chemistry EducationChemistry and two other subjects chosen from Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Agricultural Science.Merit: 40


8Computer Science Education

Mathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Economics/Commerce.Five O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.Merit: 49

Catchment: 47
9Integrated Science EducationAny three of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Agricultural Science.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and one          other subject.Merit: 40

10Mathematics EducationMathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.Merit: 40


11Physics EducationPhysics, Mathematics/Chemistry plus one other subject.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and any of Biology or Agricultural Science.Merit: 40


12Health EducationBiology and any two subjects.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Biology, Mathematics and any two subjects.Merit: 47
Catchment: 45
13Human Kinetics EducationBiology and any two subjects.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology and any other two subjectsMerit: 40

14Technical   EducationAny three of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any one Science or Social Science subjects.Merit: 40


15Guidance & CounselingAny three subjects.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics and any other three subjects from Arts, Social Sciences or Science.

Merit: 45

Catchment: 42
16Early Childhood EducationAny three subjects.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics and any other three subjects from Arts, Social sciences or Science.

Merit: 45

Catchment: 42
17


Educational Management

Economics, Mathematics and one other subject.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Economics, and any Two subjects.Merit: 57

Catchment: 45
18Geography EducationGeography and two other Social Science/Science subjects.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics and Geography and any other two from Social Science or Science subjects.

Merit: 40
19Political Science EducationGovernment/History and two other Arts / Social Science subjects.Five Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Government/History and 2 other Arts/Social Science subjects.

Merit: 45

Catchment: 43
20Economics EducationEconomics, Mathematics and one other subject from Geography/Physics, History/Government and Lit. in English.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two from Commerce, Geography and Government.Merit: 45

Catchment: 43
21Social Studies EducationAny three of Economics, Geography, CRS/IRS, Government /HistoryFive ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics plus two Arts/Social Science subjects.

Merit: 40
FACULTY OF LAW
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1LawAny three Arts/ Social Science subjects.Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Literature in English and any other two Arts/Social Science subjects.

Merit: 67

Catchment: 65





FACULTY OF SCIENCE
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1BiochemistryBiology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.Five credit passes in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and English Language.

Merit: 56

Catchment: 54
2ChemistryChemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.Merit: 47

Catchment: 45
3Industrial ChemistryChemistry, Mathematics and any of Physics/Biology/ Agricultural Science.Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Agricultural Science.

Merit: 47

Catchment: 45
4Environmental Biology and Fisheries

Biology and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry,
Biology and Physics.

Merit: 44

Catchment: 43

5Computer ScienceMathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Economics and Geography.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and two from  Chemistry Biology/Agricultural Science,  Statistics, , Additional Mathematics.Merit: 53

Catchment: 45
6MathematicsMathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Economics or Geography.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, and any three from Physics/Economics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science.

Merit: 40


7Industrial MathematicsMathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and two other Science subjects.Merit: 40


8GeologyChemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.Merit: 40


9GeophysicsChemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.Merit: 40

10MicrobiologyBiology, Chemistry and Physics/MathematicsFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.Merit: 56

Catchment: 52
11Physics and Electronics

Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and BiologyMerit: 40


12Plant Science and BiotechnologyBiology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.Merit: 44

Catchment: 43
FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
S/no.ProgrammeUTME SubjectsO’Level Subjects*Cut-Off Points
1AccountingMathematics, Economics and any other one from Geography, Commerce, Account and Government.

Five credit passes in English, Mathematics, Economics/Commerce and any two (2) Subjects.

Merit: 56

Catchment: 50
2Banking and FinanceMathematics, Economics and one of Government and GeographyFive Credit passes in English, Mathematics, Economics, one Social Science Subject and any other Subject.

Merit: 50

Catchment: 45
3Business AdministrationMathematics, Economics and one other subject.Five credit passes in English, Mathematics, Economics and any other two from Government and Social Science subjects.

Merit: 52

Catchment: 48
4Criminology and Security StudiesThree Arts or Social Science subjectsFive ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Economics and two other subjects from Social Science/Arts.

Merit: 64

Catchment: 59
5EconomicsMathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Economics and  two of History/Government, Geography , Accounting  and CommerceMerit: 54

Catchment: 52
6Geography and Planning SciencesGeography and any other two subjectsFive ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics, Geography and any two Social Science or Science subjects.

Merit: 43

Catchment: 40
7Mass CommunicationThree Arts or Social Science subjects.Five credit passes in English Language, Mathematics and three other subjects from Social Science/Arts.Merit: 66
Catchment: 59
8Political ScienceGovernment or History and any other Social Science or Arts subjects.Five credit passes in English, Mathematics,       Government/History and any other two Social Science or Arts subjects.

Merit: 55

Catchment: 52
9Public AdministrationGovernment and any other Arts or Social Science subjectsFive credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Government/History, one of Economics, Geography, Commerce and any other subject from Arts or Social Science.Merit: 51

Catchment: 48
10Pure and Applied PsychologyThree Arts or Social Science subjectsFive ‘O’ level credit passes to include English, Mathematics and Biology and any two Arts or Social Science subjects.Merit: 43
Catchment: 40
11SociologyThree Social Science or Arts subjectsFive credit passes in English, Government/History, Mathematics and any two Social or Arts subjects.

Merit: 50
Catchment: 48
*NOTE: UTME score constitutes 60%. While the post UTME score constitutes 40% of the aggregate score (i.e., UTME score/400 x 60 + post UTME score/100 x 40). No approximation, please.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

UDUSOK Announces Registration Procedure for 2018/2019 Session

All new and returning students of Usman Danfodiyo University, UDUSOK in the 2018/2019 academic session are required to observe the following activities in order to successfully complete their registration in the University.
  1. Payment of Acceptance and Screening Fees;
  2. Evidence of JAMB Admission;
  3. Evidence of University Admission
  4. Confirmation of Admission;
PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE AND SCREENING FEES

You are required to pay the sum of N5,000.00 as Acceptance Fee (N3,000) and Screening Fee (N2,000).
  1. Access the UDUS admission Portal (http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng);
  2. Click Check Admission
  3. Type your – JAMB/MATRIC Number in the space provided and click on Check Admission.
If you are admitted, the system will display a congratulatory message containing the Program you are offered. You will be required to provide GSM No and E-mail address at the bottom of the page. Please make sure you provide valid information as your evidence of payment will be sent to the email address you provided.
Click on the button Click to print payment invoice” to print your invoice. This will redirect you to the Remita website to generate and print the invoice.

You MUST print and pay the invoice before you can print your evidence of admission.


  1. Go to any bank of your choice with your invoice and make payment. Make sure:
  2. You obtain Remita receipt for your payment.
  3. The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt MUST match that of the Remita invoice.
Note:  Make sure you keep your invoice and receipt safely. You need them as part of the documents required for confirmation.
PRINT EVIDENCE OF ADMISSION
You can only print your evidence of admission letter after your acceptance and screening fees payments have been verified. To verify your payment and print your admission letter:
  1. Access the UDUS admission portal (http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng);
  2. Click on Print Acceptance after payment link at the bottom of the screen;
  3. At the next page, enter your JAMB/MATRIC Number and click Verify. This will verify your payment.
  4. Once payment is verified OK, Click on Print Evidence of Admission to print your evidence of admission letter.
CONFIRMATION OF ADMISSION
You are required to come to the University for confirmation of your admission. Please note that until you are confirmed, you are not yet a student of the University. Before you come for confirmation, you are required to create an account on the University portal and come to the confirmation venue with the following documents:
  1. Evidence of JAMB admission. This you must print from the JAMB Portal.
  2. Evidence of payment of acceptance and screening fees (Remita receipt);
  3. Evidence of admission printed from the Portal;
  4. Originals of your credentials, including JAMB and WAEC/NECO or any o/level result;
  5. Ten passport photographs;
  6. Letter of Indigeneship from Local Govt.
  7. Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  8. Original JAMB Slip
  9. All fresh students are required to present to the University, at the time of Registration, a letter of reference from their Parents/Guardians or Persons of reputable standing in the society vouching for their good behaviour.
Creation of Account
In order to successfully create your personal account, you should readily have the followings:
  1. An electronic copy of your passport photograph (not more than 2mb). This MUST be of high quality on white background. Please note that this picture will appear in ALL your university records that require picture such as ID Card, Notification Letter, etc.
  2. Details about your date of birth;
  3. Details of your qualifications, including your JAMB/Matric number;
  4. Valid email address (if you do not have one, you should open it before proceeding and make sure you can access it);
  5. Valid GSM number;
  6. An electronic copy of your signature;
  7. Study programme offered to you by the University (this is contained in the evidence of admission you printed)
To create an account on MIS:
  1. Access the account creation page at http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng/.
  2. Click on Create account, this will open a “create new account” page for you to create an account.
Upon opening the page, you would be requested to enter the JAMB number with which you were offered admission, to confirm that you are an admitted student of UDUS. (Note any field that has asterisk “*” is required field and must be filled before the registration can be complete and successful).
Fill all information correctly, read through and proofread the information you have provided, then click the create new account button at the bottom of the screen to create and submit your information to the Portal.
Once the account is created successfully, a green message will be displayed at the top of the screen informing you about the successful creation of the record. Your username and password will be displayed on the screen. Carefully record these details. Pay attention to case sensitivityYou need the username and password to log back into the Portal. Some details and additional instructions are sent to the email address you provided. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO RECORD YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND HAVE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS. YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO PRINT THIS PAGE.
REGISTRATION OF COURSES (ALL STUDENTS)
All students of the University are to complete the following registration of courses requirements:
  1. Payment of tuition fees;
  2. Registration of courses.
PAYMENT OF TUITION FEES
All students are required to pay their fees before they can continue with courses registration. If you are a new student, use the username and password you created during the creation of account.
Returning students should use their existing login details. All students require UDUS and Remita invoices in order to complete their payment.
To pay your fees:
  1. Go to MIS portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng;
  2. Login with the username and password you created during account creation (if you are a new student);
  3. At the top left side of the page Click on pay fees, this will list the fees items/prices for the programme you were confirmed;
  4. Click on Pay fee;
  5. Click Send Fee Details for Processingthis will generate your UDUS invoice;
Read the instructions on the displayed page to print your UDUS invoice;
  1. To print the Remita invoice, click on pay fees at the top left-hand side of the main page again;
  2. Click on Print Remita Invoice link on the displayed page. This will redirect you to Remita Payment Gateway platform;
  3. On the Remita page, click on “Print Invoice” link at the top right-hand side of the screen to print your invoice;
  4. Go to any bank of your choice with the invoice and make payment. Make sure:
    1. You obtain Remita receipt for your payment;
    2. The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt matches that of the Remita Invoice;
Verify Your Payment
In order to continue with registration, your payment must have been confirmed by the UDUS Portal. To confirm your payment;
  1. Log into the MIS Portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng using your username and password;
  2. Click on verify payment. This will open a “verify payment” page;
  3. A message will be displayed indicating whether your payment has been successfully verified or not.
  4. Once your payment has been successfully verified, you can proceed with the registration of courses.
REGISTRATION OF COURSES
To register your courses;
  1. Log into the MIS Portal at http://mis.udusok.edu.ng;
  2. Click on Registration. This will open the “registration” page. The courses offered for your program at your level, including electives, if any, will be displayed
  3. Click on Submit at the bottom of the page to complete your registration.
Note:   

1. If you have not paid your fees or your payment was not successfully verified, you will not be able to register. The following message “you must pay your fees before course registration!” will be displayed.
2. In case of any difficulty, contact your Faculty IT Support Staff or your Department.
You can view and print your registered courses as follows:
After login to the MIS at http://mis.udusok.edu.ng, click on My Courses. This will open the “list of registered courses” page.
Enter the session to print in the box provided and click on the Apply button. This will display the courses registered for the given session. You can then print the list.
ADD/DROP OF COURSES
The add/drop courses allow students to modify their registration of the current session. The following provides guidelines for adding/dropping of courses:
  1. You must have registered courses for the session before you can add/drop courses.
  2. Students can add or drop courses anytime during normal registration or within the first two weeks of the second semester.
  3. Students can add/drop courses of the current session as well as previously unregistered courses, subject to maximum and minimum units of registration for the program.
  4. Students can add/drop courses on their own as long as registration is not closed. Once registration is closed, adding or dropping of courses require:
  5. Payment of add/drop fees;
  6. Filling of add/drop form and obtaining approval of the Department;
  7. Adding/dropping by designated staff of the Department and/or IT Support Staff of the Faculty.
In the case of students dropping courses as a result of previously missing grades, no add/drop fees will be charged.
To add/drop courses when registration is not closed;
  1. Log into the portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng using your username and password;
  2. Click on add/drop link and follow the instructions on the screen.
To add/drop courses after closing of registration;
  1. Generate add/drop invoice;
  2. Pay the fees and obtain remita receipt;
  3. Obtain and fill add/drop form(s);
  4. Get the approval of your department;
  5. Submit the form to your department or Faculty IT Support Staff.

Saturday, 13 October 2018

Kwara State Polytechnic (KWARAPOLY) ND Full-Time Admission List for 2018/2019 Academic Session

The management of the Kwara State Polytechnic (KWARAPOLY) has released the admission list for the 2018/2019 academic session.
Candidates that participated in the KWARAPOLY 2018/2019 admission screening exercise can now check their admission status online.

How to Check Kwara State Poly Admission List.

As at the time of this publication, the Kwara State Polytechnic (KWARAPOLY) admission status is only accessible on JAMB CAPS portal.
Candidates are advised to check their admission status on the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) portal. Follow the recommended link below for procedure.

Sunday, 7 October 2018

Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) Academic Calendar for 2018/2019 Academic Session

This is to inform all the students (both fresh and returning) and staff of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) that the management of the institution has approved and released the academic calendar for the 2018/2019 academic session

Olabisi Onabanjo University Academic Calendar.


EVENTDATE
Resumption of 2018/2019 session for Returning Students/commencement of RegistrationTuesday, 2nd October 2018
Resumption of Fresh students for 2018/2019 SessionMonday 8th October 2018
Commencement of Lectures for all StudentsMonday 15th October 2018
Deadline for Payment of Fees/End of Registration for Returning StudentsWednesday 31st October 2018
Orientation Activities for Fresh studentsMonday 5th October- Friday 9th November 2018
Deadline for Payment of Fees/End of Registration for Fresh StudentsFriday 16th November 2018
Matriculation for Fresh StudentsWednesday 21st November 2018
End of Lectures for Harmattan SemesterFriday 25th January 2019
Revision Weeks for Harmattan SemesterMonday 28th January – Friday 1st February 2019
CONVOCATION CEREMONYMonday 28th – Thursday 31st January 2019
Harmattan Semester ExaminationsMonday 4th – Friday 22nd February 2019
Marking/Processing of Results/Senate consideration of Harmattan ResultsMonday 25th February – 8th March 2019
Harmattan Semester BreakFriday 25th February – 8th March 2019
Commencement of Lectures for Rain SemesterMonday 11th March 2019
End of Lectures for Rain SemesterFriday 7th June 2019
Revision week for Rain SemesterMonday 10th – Friday 14th June 2019
Rain Semester ExaminationsMonday 17th – Friday 5th July 2019



  Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU)

Saturday, 6 October 2018

Kogi State Polytechnic Post UTME Result for 2018/2019 is Out

This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the Kogi State Polytechnic (KSP) 2018/2019 academic session post UTME screening exercise that their results are out.
Kogi State Polytechnic Post UTME Result for the 2018/2019 academic year has been successfully uploaded online. Result accessing is also free.

    Check 2018/2019 Post-UTME Result Here

  1. Check the PDF file below to check your name.