The 2021 Unified Tertiary Examination (UTME) organised by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has begun across the various Computer Based Test (CBT) centres in the country.
Over 1.3 million candidates successfully registered for the 2022 UTME, while over 75, 000 registered for Direct Entry.
On a visit in some of the CBT Centres by The Insider News Monday in Abuja, at the Global Institute Centre and Digital Bridge Institute, Jabi where one of the High Power Monitor spoke with The Insider News and expressed satisfaction by the Global Institute Centre but observed that some Centres were having Technical issues, like Centres in Karu and Jukwoyi axis where systems were packed off for more than one and half hours.
Also speaking with a High Opinion leader’s observer, Cletus Akwaya, who monitored the exam at the Global Distance Learning Centre expressed satisfaction in the areas of security but asked JAMB to work on it’s time of starting of exams and urged JAMB to create an enabling environment for the number of parents and guardians that clustered around the centre.
On her part, one of the Candidates, Aisha Muktar, explained that when giving orientation on how the Keyboard and Mouse were operated at the examination hall, eventhough the exams did not start at the stipulated time but expressed satisfaction on her part where she said her other colleagues had challenges on the operation of the system.