The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has introduced new steps on processing of Regularization and other efacility platforms on their website.
In view of this, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has forwarded the attached guidelines/steps to be followed in processing requests on regularization or other issues pertaining to admissions.
STEPS TO ON-LINE PROCESSING OF REGULARIZATION AND OTHER EFACILITY ON JAMB WEBSITE
Consequent upon some irregularities and sharp practices discovered in the processing of regularization of candidates' admissions and other services such as Correction of names, Correction of gender and Correction of State of origin over time and effort to eradicate various kinds of frauds associated with the said regularization of admissions, the Board has re-engineered the process.
Please find below the new steps to process the Regularization and other facilities;
Step 1: Each candidate is to pay for Regularization on-line using ATM card or other e-payment channels available on the internet for any of JAMB services. Once the payment is made, a Transaction Reference Number (TRN) will be issued to the candidate.
Step 2: Each candidate is to complete his/her Regularization (now called late Registration) on-line using the TRN issued after the e-payment has been made.
Step 3: An identity form ready to be printed will be issued once the registration is completed and submitted on-line.
Step 4: Each candidate is expected to print and submit the indemnity form to his/her institution for signature.
Step 5: The indemnity form submitted to the institutions is to be personally signed by either the Head of Institution or the Registrar.
Step 6: The duly signed indemnity form from the institution should be personally collected from the Head of institution or the Registrar by the JAMB state coordinator where the institution is domiciled.
N.B On no account should the form be sent through a proxy.
Step 7: JAMB State Coordinator have been instructed to upload the indemnity form to JAMB portal for JAMB Registrar's approval.
This new method will always be reviewed to ensure that only genuine candidates have access to the Board services. Any idea that will improve the Board services and still ensures security will be highly welcome.