NCEE Registration Statistics for Federal Unity Schools 2019/2020





NCEE Registration Statistics for Federal Unity Schools 2019/2020

Federal Government Unity Colleges / Schools National Common Entrance Examination [NCEE] Registration Statistics Nationwide for 2019/2020 Session.

The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu after the conclusion of the National Common Entrance Examination for admission of candidates into the 104 Federal Government Colleges on Saturday, April 27, 2019 announced the registration statistics.

Mr. Sonny Echono, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education while monitoring the conduct of the 2019 National Common Entrance Examination at the Model Primary school, Maitama disclosed that over 80,000 candidates registered for the examination in 2018 while 75, 635 registered for the 2019 National Common Entrance Examination which is a drop in number in 2018.

The low registration had also prompted the earlier shift in the examination date from April 13 to April 27 to give opportunity for more people to register.

According to the acting NECO Registrar, The state with the least number of registered candidates was Zamfara with 59 while other Northern states with low registration figures had before the examination date increased by 100 per cent compared to 2018.

He said that Lagos state had the highest number with over 23, 000 candidates. “Apart from Zamfara state, all the states of the federation recorded significant number of registered candidates.

The seven states that had very low registration figures leading to the earlier postponement of the examination all recorded significant increase in the number of registered candidates before online registration closed.

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He explained that the number of candidates to be admitted would be based on the carrying capacity which would be handled by the ministry of education.

The Acting Registrar, National Examination Council (NECO), Mr. Abubakar Gana has attributed the drop in the number of candidates in the 2019 Common Entrance Examination into Federal Government schools to lack of sponsorship by some politicians.

According to him, politicians who traditionally sponsor candidates for the examination were unable to do so because of their commitments in the just concluded general elections.

See Also: NCEE 2019/2020 Registration Guidelines | National Common Entrance Examination
NCEE Registration Statistics for Federal Unity Schools 2019/2020 NCEE Registration Statistics for Federal Unity Schools 2019/2020 Reviewed by Lagos Universities Info on Monday, April 29, 2019 Rating: 5

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