The Jigawa workplace of the Joint (*14*) and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has inspected 14 Computer Based Training (CBT) centres in preparation for the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
The board’s spokesperson in the state, Mukarram Bello, informed journalists on Saturday that the centres have been inspected by a crew of inspectors headed by Muhammad Sabo, the vice-chancellor of the Federal University Dutse (FUD).
He defined that the gesture was to guarantee the suitability of the centres to take part in the 2023 UTME registration and examination.
Mr Bello listed the inspected centres as JAMB Professional Test Centre, Federal University Dutse ICT CBT Centre, Federal University Dutse E-Learning Centre, Federal University Dutse E-Learning Centre 2, BHT Inter Systems CBT Centre, Al-Hikmah CBT Centre, and Sule Lamido University CBT Centre.
Others are Binyamin Usman Polytechnic CBT Centre, Futuremap Foundation CBT Centre, Jigawa State College of Education CBT Centre 1, Jigawa State College of Education CBT Centre 2, Jigawa State College of Remedial and Advanced Studies CBT Centre, Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic CBT Centre Jigawa State and the Institute of Information Technology, Kazaure.
According to him, the train is additionally to accredit centres earlier to guarantee a hitch-free 2023 UTME examination.