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College of Agriculture and animal science

Category: Polytechnic

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Kogi State Polytechnic

About Kogi State Polytechnic Kogi State Polytechnic is a Nigerian tertiary institution located in Kogi, North-Central Nigeria. It currently has seven schools which are: School of Management and Science Studies, School of Applied Science, School of Art and Design, School of Engineering, School of Environmental Technology, School of General Studies and School of Preliminary Studies. History of Kogi State Polytechnic Kogi State Polytechnic was established in 1993, and is located in Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria. It is owned and operated by Kogi State. As of 2007 it was accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to give certificates in Art and printing, Business, Engineering, Finance and Science Computing at the National Diploma and Higher National Diploma levels. Safety Kogi State Polytechnic is relatively safe but visitors are warned about the ragging kidnapping and robbery incident happening around the state hence all visitors are advised from late hours. Things To Do Kogi State Polytechnic is a learning institute. What you're expected to bring along are your reading and writing materials to help with your school academics. Best Features To establish an institution where theory is blended with practice through imparting knowledge, which will culminate in shaping the individual and society. Best Time to Visit Kogi State Polytechnic Kogi State Polytechnic is best visited during when it's in session as it's when the school is lively and alive. Popular Events at Kogi State Polytechnic Convocation and Matriculation is an yearly event that is held for both incoming and outgoing students. Matriculation is one of the popular events in school for freshers because that's when they get to wear and snap long living memory pictures and the get to celebrate their been in school. Likewise, Convocation is one of a popular event in school where final year students final get their certificates and their is an award for the best graduating student. Most Common Visitors Most common visitors at Kogi State Polytechnic are the student's and lecturer's friends and family. Also, researchers to visits. Why You Should Visit Very dedicated lecturers, and timely completion of courses. Weather at Kogi State Polytechnic Kogi State Polytechnic is located in the North-Central part of Nigeria. This region has just two season which is the dry and rainy season.The rainy season comes from the month of May till early August while the dry season comes from the month of October till April. Usually, between the month of December and February Harmattan come along and it's usually very cold especially at night so it's advisable to go with warm clothing. Frequently Asked Questions Q: how can I become a student here? A: To become a student, you must pass through the Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) orgainsed by JAMB and must have at least five credits in relevant SSCE/GCE 'O' level subjects. Q: How many faculties or departments are available here? A: There are seven faculties available. Q: Is this polytechnic accredited? A: Yes, Kogi State Polytechnic is accredited. Q: Are there hostels at this polytechnic? A: Yes hostel facilities are available.

Category: Polytechnic

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Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board

About The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Kaduna head office serves to coordinate the local affairs of the board, prepare and organize its examinations locally through arrangement of centers and compilation of candidate identities as well as tend/resolve to complaints from candidates who may have various issues to rectify at the headquarters. It represents the boards interests in the state and there is one in every Nigerian state. History of The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board The JAMB board was first established in 1978 to harmonize and unify the process of gaining admission to study in any Nigerian University as opposed to undergoing different tests from various schools. It was done to make the process of admission easier and to level the playing field. The Board has tweaked its system at various times to be in line with current best practices and started its 2017 preparations by announcing that tests would be taken on computers only. Other practices have also been scrapped by the government such as the introduction of stage 2 screening tests by individual schools meaning that only the JAMB and WAEC results are needed for candidates to hope for admission into the colleges now. Safety This is a very safe location. Best Time to Visit The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Visitors can go to JAMB offices during work hours on weekdays for any official purposes. Most Common Visitors JAMB is visited by University officials, candidates with issues to resolve, education stakeholders and government officials. Weather at The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board is located at the North-West of Nigeria. This region usually have two type of season which is the rainy and dry season. The place is usually cool during the dry season especially during the harmattan where temperature could drop as low as 19°C.

Category: Government Building

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