The Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) has released the cut-off marks for placement of candidates for its full-time National Diploma (ND) programme for the 2020/2021 academic session.

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According to NAN, Joe Ejiofor, the institution’s deputy registrar and public relations officer, broke the news on Tuesday.

He said the cut-off marks were fixed by the institution’s admissions committee for departments. He added that they have been ratified with fairness after the committee’s meeting.

He also described the process as authentic, official, and acceptable by the college.

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“The Admission Committee saddled with the responsibility of the process and cut-off marks for the 2020/2021 academic session has concluded its work and submitted the necessary guidelines for all departments,” he said.

“This, we are making official and available, while advising various departments to corroborate the efforts in preparing their admission lists, using authentic cut-off marks as criteria and guide.”

The deputy registrar said that the merit admission list would include candidates who were able to meet or surpass the cut-off marks as released by the committee.

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“Some of the candidates recorded credible performance which has been noted and approved by the Admission Committee and their names will appear specially on the admission merit list,” he added.

Ejiofor listed some of the departments and their cut-off marks as; ND Accountancy (59.75), ND Agricultural Technology (50), ND Agricultural Bio-Enviromental Engineering (50.88).

He also listed the cut-off marks for ND Business Administration/Management (58.50) and ND Building Technology (59.63), amongst others.

The deputy registrar said that the committee also pegged 50 as cut-off marks for the 2020/2021 B.SC full-time Computer Education.

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