Education FUOtuoke to Admit 2,500 Students out of 10,000 Applicants for 2017/18 Session

FUOtuoke to Admit 2,500 Students out of 10,000 Applicants for 2017/18 Session

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The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Otuoke, FUOtuoke has disclosed that the institution will admit only 2,500 students out of 10,000 JAMB UTME applicants for the 2017/2018 session.

According to the Vice Chancellor Prof Seth Accra Jaja there are indications that the University is receiving wide acclamation with the large registration of about 10,000 registered prospective applicants to study in the University beginning with the 2017/2018 Academic Session…

The large number of JAMB Candidates who have shown interest to study in FUO clearly shows that the University is being recognized for her Academic prowess.

The Vice Chancellor also gave assurance that the University will not compromise merit in its admission process while monitoring the ongoing post unified tertiary matriculation extermination (PUTME) at the University’s Data Centre.

The VC who described the exercise as transparent commended the efforts of the University staff for the successes being recorded.

In an interview some candidates after their examination, commended the exercise expressing optimism to pass the examination.

Miss Sarah Debekeme is one of the candidates who applied to study Accounting in FUO, she lauded the conduct of the exercise and its orderliness.

Another candidate Mr Geoffrey ThankGod Cephas’s opinion went along the same line. He however urged the University to sustain the tempo.

2,500 Candidates who scaled through the exercise will be admitted into the University for the 2018/2019 academic session

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