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Jamb Matriculation List [What you should know]

JAMB matriculation list is a compilation of the names of the students that were duly offered admission into tertiary institutions by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. This board is the statutory body responsible for giving admission to prospective students in Nigeria. Also, anyone whose name is not found on the matriculation list will not be eligible for the NYSC mobilization program. That implies that such a person wasn’t offered an admission recognized by JAMB. 

 The NYSC is a compulsory one year program enacted by the federal government of Nigeria for Nigerian graduates from universities and polytechnics in the country and overseas. These graduates must be under 30 to participate in the one year program.

 In this article, I will be sharing with you ways on how to verify if your name is on the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board matriculation list. 

How to Check JAMB Matriculation List

Recently, JAMB released a portal in their e-facility website that contains the board list of legally admitted students in the country, with this students can easily verify if their names appear on the list. This has made the checking of names a lot convenient and faster. 

Like I stated earlier, there’s no way you can participate in the National Youth Service Corps Mobilization if your name is not found on the board list. Here is a step by step guide for students that wants to verify/check their names on the matriculation list

  1. You need to visit the JAMB matriculation list here. Choose your appropriate examination year 
  2. Input your JAMB reg number in the field provided
  3. You will have to click on Fetch My Details icon after inputting your JAMB registration number 

After performing the last step, your details will be displayed by the portal showing your status. 

‘‘Congratulations, you are on the Matriculation list’’, this is what your status will show if your name is successfully on the matriculation list. 

How to check and print jamb matriculation list 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013

The JAMB matriculation contains a list of matriculated students from Nigeria tertiary institutions for years like 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. 

With the JAMB matriculation list checker platform, you can check your status on the platform without stress using an internet-connected device such as your Personal Computer, tablets, or your mobile phone. 

You can check for the matriculation list for any of the years using the steps provided in the previous section of this article. 

Jamb matriculation list for NYSC mobilization 2018, 2019 and 2020

The JAMB matriculation for NYSC mobilization 2018, 2019, and 2020 is out. If your name fails to appear in the JAMB matriculation list, your application for the NYSC scheme for the compulsory one-year national service will be declined. However, to ensure your name appears on the list then you must perform the following steps:

  1. Your admission letter must be printed through the JAMB e-facility (same portal used for JAMB Caps)
  2. Secondly, using the e-Facility portal, you would have to print your JAMB result slip
  3. The last step involves you taking the documents printed in step 1 and 2 to your institution admission officer for verification. 

If you successfully carry out the aforementioned steps, your name will automatically appear on the JAMB matriculation list for NYSC mobilization for 2018, 2019, and 2020. An institution like AAUA, FUTMinna, and ABU Zaria usually makes this verification process compulsory for their final year students before the listed deadline. This is to enable them to participate in the NYSC mobilization program. 

If you find this article useful or have a concern, kindly drop a comment in the comment section. 

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