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NSUK 2016/2017 UTME/DE Admission Screening Exercise Guidelines Out, Check Here Now

The management of Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK) invite candidates who have chosen the University as their First Choice (UTME & DE ENTRY) and scored the required Minimum National Cut-off Point of 180 and above for the 2016 JAMB UTME and Lower Credit for Direct Entry to apply for the Post UTME/DE Admission Screening Exercise. Admission Screening Schedule: The exercise is scheduled to hold by 12:00 Noon on the dates stated below at the Faculty in which the courses/ programmes are listed: 
S/N FACULTY DATE 1. Law Arts Education Tuesday, 30th August, 2016 
2. Social Sciences Natural & Applied Sciences Wednesday, 31st August, 2016 
3. Administration Agriculture Thursday, 1st September,
 2016CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO COME ALONG WITH THE FOLLOWING: 1. Evidence of payment of N2,500.00 administrative charges for the POST-UTME/DE Screening Exercise using e-transact payment platform in any branch of the following banks: Diamond Bank, UBA, EcoBank, Unity Bank, First Bank, FCMB, Keystone, Mainstreet and Zenith Bank. (Please note that you are to come along with both the Confirmation Order and the Payment Teller given to you at the Bank. (Bank charges will apply). 
2. Writing Materials; and 3. Original UTME/DE result slip.
 IMPORTANT NOTICE: A. All candidates for Mass Communication are to note that the Programme is under the Faculty of Social Sciences and should therefore appear for the screening test on Wednesday 31st August, 2016. 
B. All candidates including those for the Faculty of Agriculture, are to report at the Nasarawa State University Main Campus along Keffi Akwanga Road, Keffi for the exercise on the stipulated dates.
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