Anambra CBT operators acquire new systems, generator sets as JAMB UTME examination continues after IPOB sit-at-home order grounded activities


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Anambra CBT operators acquire new systems, generator sets as JAMB UTME examination continues after IPOB sit-at-home order grounded activities 

In Anambra State, candidates could not also assess their examination halls despite arriving as early as 7am. The halls were locked.

An official at the Integral Development Consult, Awka, Mrs. Ngozi Nwude-Nduka, said the centre was shut to ‘play safe’ and not jeopardise the security of candidates.

 

AS JAMB UTME examination continues after IPOB sit-at-home order grounded activities the Anambra CBT operators have acquired new systems, generator sets

 

Anambra students and examination centres said they were good to continue for the examination.

Before now, students used to complain about system failures at the CBT centres during the examination.

 

But the centres’ operators said they had made their own arrangements so that they would not disappoint parents and candidates.

 

At the popular Integral Development Konsult, known in Anambra State as IDK, on the Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, The Nation was told there won’t be any problem in any way during the examination

 

Also, at the GRAFIL Centre, close to Aroma, one of the operators, Miracle Ihejiofor, said they were ready for the test while speaking with The Nation yesterday in Awka.

 

He said some of the challenges they used to encounter during the process were power supply and computers’ connectivity issue.

However, he said those things had been taken care of by purchasing another stand-by generating set to supply power in case of any such failure.

For the students, their expectations were nothing but to see the systems working without any hitch.

Miss Genevieve Orji and Miss Obiora Chinaza, who spoke with The Nation, said: “We don’t expect system failures during the examination. But, we have prepared ourselves adequately. We also pray for God’s help.”

One of the parents, Dr. Ephraim Nwosu, lamented that some of the centres were always overcrowded, making it difficult for some students to do well during the examination.

He called on JAMB to create more centres to decongest the existing ones, adding that 648 centres were too small for the number of students who take the exams every year.

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