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FUTMINNA POST-UTME/DE 2018: CUT-OFF MARK, DATES, ELIGIBILITY AND REGISTRATION DETAILS OUT


FUTMINNA Post-UTME registration, cut-off marks, eligibility, application cost, screening dates and deadline for the 2018/2019 academic session have been announced. Cut-off mark is 180 and above (depending on the course.) . Cost is N2250. Registration begins Aug 15 - 31st. UTME Screening holds Sept 3rd - 6th while DE screening holds Sept 7th- 8th. Full details below; 
This is to inform all UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates who have applied for admission into the Federal University of Technology, Minna for the 2018/2019 academic session that the University has scheduled the University Pre-Admission Screening Exercise (UPASE) to hold at the University Main Campus, Gidan  Kwano, Minna, as follows:  

Date
UTME
Direct Entry
Commencement date for Online Registration:
00.01hrs Wednesday, 15th August, 2018.
00.01hrs Wednesday, 15th August, 2018.
Close of Online Registration:
12.00hrs midnight on Friday  31stAugust, 2018.
12.00hrs midnight on Friday 31st August, 2018.
Dates of Screening exercise:
Monday 3rd – Thursday 6thSeptember, 2018.
Friday, 7th to Saturday, 8th September, 2018.
Candidates are hereby notified that the screening exercise shall be conducted using the Computer-Based Test (CBT) platform.
ELIGIBILITY
(i)         Only UTME and DE candidates who selected FUT Minna are eligible for the screening exercise.
(ii)        UTME Candidates MUST have scored NOT LESS than the indicated minimum scores for various Schools/Courses/Programmes in the 2018 UTME as shown below: 
SCHOOL
PROGRAMME
RECOMMENDED CUT OFF MARKS
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE & AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY (SAAT)
Agriculture
180
Food Science & Technology
180
Water Resources, Aquaculture & Fisheries Technology
180

  
SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY   (SEET)
Computer Engineering
200
Electrical/Electronic Engineering
200
Mechatronics Engineering
200
Telecommunication Engineering
190

  
SCHOOL OF INFRASTRUCTURE, PROCESS ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
(SIPET)
Agric. Bioresources Engineering
180
Chemical Engineering
200
Civil Engineering
200
Mechanical Engineering
200
Material and Metallurgical Engineering
190

  

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (SET)
Architecture
200
Building
180
Estate Management & Valuation
180
Quantity Surveying
180
Surveying & Geoinformatics
180
Urban & Regional Planning
180



SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY     (SICT)
Computer Science
200
Cyber Security Science
200



SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)
Biochemistry
190
Biology
180
Microbiology
190



SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)

Chemistry
180
Geology
180
Geography
180
Mathematics/Statistics
180
Physics
180



SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION     (SSTE)
Education Technology
180
Industrial and Technology Education
180
Science Education
180

(iii)       Candidates MUST meet the minimum UTME scores for their chosen courses, have the right UTME subject combinations as prescribed in the JAMB Brochure and the requisite ‘O’ Level subjects at credit level.
(iv)       However, candidates who do not meet any of the above requirements will be allowed to change to any other course whose requirements are met by the candidates.  The change of course will attract a processing fee of N1,000 only payable at the screening venue.
(v)        All candidates must possess a minimum of five ‘O’ Level credits including Mathematics and English Language at not more than two sittings in subjects relevant to their proposed courses.
(vi)       Only ‘O’ Level result print-out(s) downloaded directly from the website(s) of the national examining bodies (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) or photocopies of the original certificate(s) will be accepted for verification.  Candidates MUST bring their ‘O’ Level results to the screening venue.  Failure to do so will result in disqualification of candidates.
(vii)      Candidates awaiting ‘O’ Level results are not qualified for the screening exercise.  
For the list of relevant subjects for each course/programme, check the homepage of the University website.
NOTE:           Any false declaration could lead to a candidate’s disqualification at any stage of the admission process.
METHOD OF REGISTRATION
UTME Candidates
Click on “2018/2019 UPASE”
On the page that appears, click on ‘UPASE-UTME Login’  
  • Enter your JAMB registration number.
  • Enter one of your names.
  • Click on ‘Login’.
  • On a page that appears, you are required to upload your recent coloured passport photograph in JPG format (Width 150 px, Height 170 px).
  • Choose another course from the list of departments if your UTME/’O’ level subject combinations do not meet the minimum requirements for the course registered with JAMB. 
NOTE:           The system automatically detects if you have the required UTME subject combination and the minimum score for the programme selected.
  • Status of ‘O’ Level results (click on the appropriate box).
  • Click on ‘Proceed to payment gateway’.
  • Confirm your entries.
  • Click on the payment link button to proceed to payment gateway.
  • Payment is done through Debit Card (MasterCard - Most preferred) or Verve (only the ones enabled for online payment) or Bank branch (by generating RRR from application portal).
  • Enter ATM Debit card details (Card number, expiry date, CVV 2 i.e the 3 digits behind your card, and pin number)
 NOTE:            This automatically debits N2,250.00 only (the N250 is service charge for the Interswitch platform).
  • If payment is successful, the screen will display all the data you previously entered.
  • Click on the ‘Print’ button to print the document
  • Keep the printout and take it to the UPASE venue
  1. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SCREENING EXERCISE
All eligible candidates are required to come on the date indicated on their scheduling slips.
Candidates are to report at the Suleiman Kumo Convocation Square at the University Main Campus, Gidan-Kwano along Minna-Bida road with the following:
  • A printout of the 2018/2019 UTME or DE result slip bearing the candidate’s passport photograph (the Passport should not be affixed).  The title of the course/programme of choice should be boldly written by the candidate on top of the result slip.
  • The printed 2018/2019 University Pre-Admission Screening Exercise (UPASE) scheduling slip.
  • A writing material (Biro or Pencil).
  • A simple scientific calculator (non-programmable) without cover.
  1.      GENERAL INFORMATION
  • No candidate will be allowed to participate in the screening exercise without complying with the above requirements.
  • The Main Campus at Gidan Kwano along Minna-Bida road is about 20 km away from the Bosso Campus of the University, which is inside Minna town.
  • Candidates without personal vehicles may board commercial buses at the rate of N80 to N100 at the Bosso Campus of the University.
  • Candidates are not allowed to bring GSM handsets or similar electronic gadgets into the screening hall.  Such item(s) will be seized and will not be returned to the owners.
  • Impersonation is a serious offence and anyone caught impersonating will be handed over to the law enforcement agents.
  • Any registered candidate who fails to report for the screening exercise on the date and time specified on the print-out automatically loses his or her chance of being screened for admission.
  • Candidates are advised to arrive at the Suleiman Kumo Convocation Square at the Main Campus, Gidan Kwano on the scheduled dates for the screening exercise at least one hour prior to the scheduled time on their slips.
All enquiries should be directed to the following: infoupase@futminna.edu.ng or call 08168189680 and 08028949142.


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