JAMB Braces Up for the Second Wave of COVID-19 Consolidate Last Year’s Admission Process

Following the directive of the Federal FGovernment on strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols as the second wave of the virus bites harder, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has mandated its relevant Departments to strengthen their compliance to COVID-19 preventive measures.

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The Registrar, while briefing members of Management on Wednesday, 6th January, 2021, took time to explain the severity of the second wave and urged all to observe all protocols of wearing face masks, washing of hands, use of alcohol-based sanitisers,gauging of body temperature and social distancing among other precautionary

measures.

He said, “You must protect yourself and also protect others. Government is doing everything possible to save our lives

but we must also be conscious of the existence of the virus by doing everything possible to comply with all instructions issued by relevant agencies.”

He added that on no account should any staff be found flouting these directives. Prof. Oloyede, who sympathised with all the families of those who had lost their loved ones said, “We must ensure that we end the scourge of the virus. As an Agency, we have put in place all necessary measures to protect our clients who are mainly students. Our One-Time Password (OTP), Ticketing platform, among others, are some of the initiatives put in place by the Board to curb the spread of the virus.”

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Recalling that Federal  Government had directed staff on GL.12 and below to work from home,Prof. Oloyede said, "It’s not enough for the exempted staff working from home to be found going to all sorts of places and interacting with all kinds of

people. The essence of their not coming to work is to reduce crowds not only in the office but every other place as well.”

Similarly, members of Management at the meeting appraised the level of compliance to extant non-pharmaceutical protocols with a view to ensuring that staff and clients alike are not exposed to the virus.

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To underscore the seriousness of the Board at combatting the spread of the virus, an advisory was immediately issued

by the Director, Human Resources Department, Mr. Ibrahimi Maska Abdulkadir, requesting all staff to comply

with the directives of the Federal Government on halting the transmission of the virus. Management also took a holistic view of all outstanding processes to ensure the swift conclusion of the 2020 admissions exercise. To this end, the Central

Admissions Processing System (CAPS) had since been activated for private institutions given their peculiarities while the public institutions had now been mandated to follow suit.

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