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Steps to Complete 2013/2014 NDU Clearance Online


This is to inform all the candidates that have been offered admission into the Niger Delta University (NDU) for the 2013/2014 academic session that their clearance exercise has begun. Follow the procedures outline below to complete your clearance.

Please ensure that you go to an internet centre that is reliable with knowledgeable staff. NDU nor its agents will not be held liable for any errors. It is YOUR RESONSIBILITY to ensure that all filled in details are accurate.

A.

  1. Buy an NDU Acceptance ePin Slip from Diamond Bank NDU Main Campus, Amassoma or Diamond Bank, Sanni Abacha Road, Yenagoa in Bayelsa State.
  2. Go to http://clearance.ndu.ac and click on (Admission/Clearance Procedures) or http://www.ndu.ac/adminclear/
  3. Click on (Step 2: Online Clearance)
  4. Your existing details filled in the Post UTME will be used. Any errors noticed by you can only be corrected through the Admissions Office.
  5. You will need to fill in any required details in the empty spaces provided. Ensure you provide accurate and upto date information.
  6. You will need to scan and upload the documents required in Part B below. To ensure a speedy clearance and verification process, ensure that all scanned and uploaded documents are clear and the right size.
  7. To verify that your online clearance has been properly done, ensure that you preview your filled-in details at the last stage of the clearance wizard. Effect any corrections now, as making corrections later is a process.
  8. When done, you will be contacted via your email, SMS or the NDU website, on when to proceed to the University for Document Screening & Verification.

*** YOU ARE NOT TO PROCEED TO THE UNIVERSITY UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO ***

B.

Required Documents for Online Clearance: All documents should be scanned in and attached in JPEG/JPG format.

  1. WAEC/NECO/SSCE/GCE/etc result. You are allowed a maximum of two (2) results.
  2. Signed Statutory Declaration
  3. Two (2) Signed Attestation letters addressed to:

The Registrar, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State. Nigeria.

  1. Birth Certificate/Age Declaration
  2. Local Government Area identification letter.

C.

Required Documents for Document Verification at NDU

  1. Original copy of this Admission Letter
  2. Signed Acceptance Form
  3. All original documents used for the Online Clearance, step B above.
  4. Printed Original JAMB Admission letter from JAMB website.

Note:

You are NOT to pay school fees until you have done your online clearance, verified your documents by the Admissions

Officer for your faculty at NDU and have been told to go and pay your fees.

ANY SCHOOL FEES PAID WITHOUT CLEARANCE OR ABOVE THE STIPULATED AMOUNT ON THE SCHOOL

FEES PAYMENT ADVICE SLILP WILL NOT BE REFUNDED!!! YOU ARE HEREBY INFORMED AND WARNED!

For issues/comments, please send an email to: . State clearly what issue/problem you are having. You can also call support on: | 08128705604 | 08097300242 | 08101327750 |

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*                                        >>>>   FRAUD WARNING <<<<

*        School Fees and any other dues should only be paid into the University authorised accounts and Banks.

*        Were bank charges apply, only the stipulated amount should be paid.

*        Do not honour any GSM SMS, rumour etc about any form of payment irrespective of the amount.

*        If in doubt, please contact the Bursary office/department.

*        Do not patronize un-registered or road side Cyber Cafes or Internet Centers to scan and process your documents online, as most do not have the requisite skills and resources to do a proper job.

*         If having problems or in doubt, please visit http://clearance.ndu.ac and call the support lines displayed there. For your own good, do not follow rumours or heresay. You might fall victim to touts.

*         NDU will not be responsible for any victim of preventable “419” ****************************************************************************************************************************************

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