As JAMB registration starts, the Southern Kaduna Resilience Fund (SKARF) project and the Crime Prevention Centre at the House of Justice have joined forces to launch the “No One Left Behind,” campaign with the introduction of free Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Forms for indigent students.
The remarkable JAMB initiative, Elanza News gathered, is aimed at promoting equal educational opportunities.
This groundbreaking initiative is offering a lifeline to qualified indigent candidates who aspire to write the JAMB exams but face financial constraints in acquiring the necessary registration forms or preparing for the exams.
The House of Justice, located at No. 3a Angola Road, Barnawa, Kaduna, will be the designated venue for interested candidates to collect their JAMB registration forms.
Elanza News reports that this incredible JAMB opportunity will be available from Monday, 5th February 2024, to Friday, 9th February 2024 and the registration forms are absolutely free of charge.
To further assist these deserving JAMB candidates in their preparation, a nominal fee of only N1000 will be required for tutorial sessions.
It was gathered that a team of highly qualified JAMB tutors specializing in various subjects, including Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Computer Science, History, Literature-in-English, and Government, will be dedicated to mentoring and guiding the candidates throughout their preparation.
The first 50 qualified candidates to collect their forms and register for the tutorials will have their JAMB forms fully sponsored.
This generous gesture on the JAMB registration aims to alleviate the financial burden on these students and ensure they have an equal opportunity to pursue higher education and the extraordinary offer is exclusively available to qualified indigent candidates residing in the following areas: Narayi, Bayan Dutse, Karji, Ungwan Maigero, Janruwa, Kamazoo, Maraban Rido, Sabon Tasha, Kantin Aga, Television, Romi, Gonin Gora, Karatudu, Trikania, Nassarawa, Kurmin Gwari, Nariya, Ungwan Pama, and Ungwan Boro. It is important to note that this limited-time opportunity is valid only from Monday, 5th February 2024, to Friday, 9th February 2024, between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
1. “For further details and inquiries, interested candidates can contact the House of Justice at the following phone numbers: 07053842016, 08062960631, or 08026122231, the Head, Crime Prevention and Counselling Centre, House of Justice, John Farms said.
Farms expressed his enthusiasm for the project, stating, “We believe that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and inequality. By providing free JAMB forms and affordable tutorial sessions, we are empowering underprivileged students to pursue their dreams and unlock their full potential.”
2. Also, the Coordinator of the Southern Kaduna Resilience Fund Project (SKARF), Steven Swante Iliya, echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing the importance of inclusivity in education.
He said, “No student should be left behind due to financial constraints. Through this initiative, we are leveling the playing field and ensuring that every deserving student has a fair chance to succeed.”
It is expected that the response from the community will be overwhelmingly positive and many are expressing gratitude for the opportunity provided by the House of Justice and SKARF.
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