Parents Protest Against UNILAG New Admission Policy

Hundreds of parents of candidates seeking admission into the University of Lagos (UNILAG), on Wednesday staged a peaceful protest against the institution new admission policy. According to the protesters, the university has upped its cut-off to 250 marks against the recommended 180 marks by JAMB.

Latest Update: UNILAG Now Allows Those with 200 to Register for Post UTME.

UNILAG Post UTME protesters

The candidates alleged that the authorities of university, in liaison with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, had rolled out a new admission procedure that prevented them from sitting the examination to secure admission to the university.

See: UNILAG 2015/2016 Admission Policy.

JAMB had at a meeting with educational stakeholders last week agreed that universities are to use the 180 benchmark as requirement for admission, while the polytechnics and colleges of education are to use 150.

But the University of Lagos management insisted that the cut-off mark for admission into the institution is 250.

The protest not only caused traffic jam at the entrance of the university, it later resulted in the forceful closure of the gate.

MSG Team.

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