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NCCE asks JAMB to lower entry qualifications for colleges

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NCCE asks JAMB to lower entry qualifications for colleges

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THE govt secretary of the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), Professor Paulinus Chijoke Okwelle, has expressed issues in regards to the dwindling enrolment figures of candidates into the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) programmes within the nation. He has accordingly requested the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to lower the entry necessities together with accepting […]

NCCE asks JAMB to lower entry qualifications for colleges
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Author: Clement Idoko |Abuja

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