The Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has informed Computer-Based Test (CBT) Centre owners that it would not tolerate any infractions, as contained in the board’s operational code that would negatively impact its image or that of its examinations.
This was contained in a statement released to JAMBulletin at the end of its Management committee meeting held to assess the conduct of the 2022 UTME.
The statement reads in part, “The board is not here to subordinate the interest of Nigeria to any other interests. JAMB will, therefore, not tolerate any infraction, no matter how small.
“If the tempo of JAMB activities is too high for any centre, they are at liberty to seek other areas of engagement as there are so many things people can do outside partnering with JAMB.”
As such, centre owners are urged to ensure full compliance with extant rules and regulations in their dealings with the board as there would be no hiding place for any wrongdoer.
Centre owners or other fraudulent elements are also warned to steer clear of the board’s examination as JAMB had state-of-the-art technology at its disposal to detect any infractions committed before, during and after the UTME.
Centres are, therefore, enjoined to be of good conduct or be disengaged forthwith.