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FUTA Post UTME screening will close today
08-08-2018, 11:12 PM,
FUTA Post UTME screening will close today
The Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) will end its 2018 Post UTME screening exercise today at the close of which some 15,000 applicants should have been screened.
The four-day exercise which began Monday, involved biometric capturing of finger prints to authenticate identities of and a Computer Based Assessment at the University’s Digital Resource Centre located at the School of Computing.
Acting Chairman of the Computer Based Test (CBT) Committee, Dr. Gabriel Iwasokun of the Department of Software Engineering in a statement said he was satisfied with the conduct of the exercise. He said the process went well, praising the candidates for complying with instructions. He said he expected 100 per cent success.
Iwasokan praised the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Joseph Fuwape and the Chairman, Admissions Committee, Prof Olatunde Arayela and other Principal Officers of the University for supporting the CBT Committee to conduct the exercise.
Dean, School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, (SAAT), Prof Timothy Amos, who monitored the screening, said it was an improvement on last year’s version.
“The exercise is excellent with an increase in the number of computer used,” he said.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Development), Prof Philip Oguntunde praised the applicants for their maturity and cooperation, which he said helped a lot.
Some of the candidates also expressed delight at the exercise saying it was peaceful , well-coordinated and organized.
Prof Arayela, said the Institution had made adequate arrangement for a hitch free exercise and promised that merit would be upheld in selecting the students.
“We have established a tradition of excellence and merit in FUTA and this will guide the final selection of candidates who will ultimately secure admission into any of our 43 academic programmes,” Arayela said.

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