The school management has announced to the general public, especially prospective students of the Federal Polytechnic Nekede, that the Federal Polytechnic Nekede JAMB cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session is 180.
This means that all candidates who participated in the 2023 JAMB examinations and scored 180 and above are eligible to purchase the Federal Polytechnic Nekede Post-UTME form. Read below to get more details on the Federal Polytechnic Nekede departmental cut-off mark.
FedPoNek Cut-Off Mark For Admission 2023/2024 Academic Year
|🏫 Institution||Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri (FPNO)|
|📅 Academic Session||2023/2024|
|🎓 Admission Exercise||UTME Screening|
|🎯 Cut-Off Mark||120 in the last UTME|
|📝 Eligibility||Candidates who scored at least 120 in UTME|
|🗂️ Courses||Various ND courses including Accountancy, Computer Science, etc.|
|💻 Application Portal||Nekede Poly Post UTME screening exercise|
|🏛️ Status||Federal government-owned institution, established in 1978|
An Overview of FPNO: Establishing Context
FPNO is a prestigious federal government-owned higher institution located in Nekede, a town in Imo State, South-Eastern Nigeria. Originally established in 1978 by the Imo State government as the College of Technology, Owerri, the institution has undergone significant transformations. Initially located on a temporary site at the premise of Government Technical College, it was later relocated to its present location in Nekede. Its status was elevated on 7th April 1993 when the polytechnic was changed to a federal government institution and renamed “The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede”.
FPNO Cut-Off Mark: Understanding the Threshold
FPNO’s admission exercise for the 2023/2024 academic session has set a cut-off mark as a decisive eligibility criterion. To qualify for the FPNO Post UTME screening exercise, candidates must have scored 120 and above in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
The set cut-off mark of 120 applies to all the under-listed National Diploma (ND) courses at FPNO. Therefore, only candidates who scored at least 120 are eligible to apply for these ND courses:
- Agricultural Engineering/Technology
- Agricultural Technology
- Architectural Technology
- Arts and Design
- Banking and Finance
- Building Technology
- Business Administration & Management
- Chemical Engineering Technology
- Civil Engineering Technology
- Co-operative Economics & Management
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
- Estate Management and Valuation
- Fisheries Technology
- Food Technology
- Hospitality Management
- Library and Information Science
- Mass Communication
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Mechatronics Engineering Technology
- Metallurgical Engineering Technology
- Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering Technology
- Office Technology and Management
- Pharmaceutical Technology
- Public Administration
- Purchasing and Supply
- Quantity Surveying
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Surveying and Geo-Informatics
- Urban and Regional Planning
What this Cut-off Mark Means for Prospective Students
The announced cut-off mark for FPNO’s 2023/2024 academic session is a crucial factor for all prospective students. It establishes the minimum UTME score required to be considered for admission via the institution’s screening process. If a student’s UTME score falls below the cut-off mark, they may not be eligible for admission into FPNO.
This definitive cut-off mark aims to maintain a high standard of academic performance and create a competitive environment that encourages students to strive for excellence.
In summary, admissions into tertiary institutions like FPNO involve a set of criteria that determine the eligibility of prospective students. With the cut-off mark being a fundamental determinant, it’s crucial for all aspiring students to strive for high scores in their UTME to increase their chances of admission. As one of Nigeria’s leading polytechnics, FPNO continues to uphold a high standard of academic excellence that is reflected in its admission requirements.
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