Common entrance result 2019: FG releases results for Unity schoolsMay 7, 2019
Common entrance result 2019: FG releases results for Unity schools
Common entrance result 2019…The Minister of Education Malam Adamu has declared the arrival of the 2019/2020 National Common Entrance Examination for admission to the 104 Unity Schools the nation over.
Adamu, while introducing the results in Abuja on Tuesday, guaranteed to guarantee that the confirmation procedure was given the most extreme consideration it merited.
“We are aware of the uneasiness with respect to guardians to get a confirmation for their wards into our schools.
“We are similarly cognizant that a portion of our rivals (non-public schools) are in front of us as far as the lead of their 2019/2020 affirmations.
“Fortunately our schools have an edge over a large portion of the non-public schools as far as qualified educators and offices among different factors. Indeed, even at that, we are not underestimating anything.
“For one year from now’s confirmation, we will change the test calendars to guarantee that kids get their affirmation letters before the finish of April.”
Adamu featured the affirmation criteria as National Merit to be 60 percent, Equality of States as 30 percent and different variables as10 percent.
He included that competitors who connected for schools outside of their conditions of starting point would be given need in accordance with the beliefs of the establishing fathers of Unity Schools.
” It is the desire for a government that each alumnus of our Unity Schools ought to have the capacity to talk no less than one Nigerian language outside his/her native language throughout his/her multi-year program.
“As far as the affirmation work out, it will start on the fourteenth of May 2019, with the principal clump of confirmations coming as from the primary seven day stretch of June.
“Valuable affirmations will happen between the thirteenth and twentieth of July 2019. Continuously seven day stretch of September, the entryways of all our 104 Unity Schools will be opened for resumption.”
The clergyman, in this manner, guaranteed Nigerians that the Unity Schools remained the best goal for quality auxiliary instruction, including that administration was accomplishing more to guarantee the restoration and arranging of the schools, arrangement of qualified instructors, bookkeepers, and research centers.
The National Examinations Council (NECO) directed the National Common Entrance Examination on April 27 for admission to the Unity Schools.
The result of the activity was exhibited to Adamu by the Acting Registrar of NECO, Alhaji Abubakar Gana, for distribution.