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From all indications, we can tell you that Funaab Has released its admission list but not official on Funaab Admission Portal. Whatever you have seen on jamb caps platform is a reflection of your admission status.

From our findings, admission list not official on funaab site because of logistics issues such as the school academic calendar.

We understand that the some
candidates have
been able to confirm their Admission Status via JAMB website.
We therefore urge candidates to follow the procedure below to check their admission status.

Though JAMB has not officially announced this, follow the steps below to access JAMB CAPS via your profile.
1. Visit preferably using a PC or chrome browser on mobile.
2. Login with the credentials( email and password) you created your jamb account with.
3. After successfully logging in, click on the options button ( the button with 3 dash) at the top of the page.
4. You’ll see CAPS under the tag ‘Admissions’.
Click on it and you’ll be taken to the CAPS page.
5. If the page only shows ‘welcome’, do not be discouraged. Just click on options on your mobile’s browser and change the view of the
page to ‘desktop view’. This is why it’s preferably to use a PC.
6. You’ll see some options listed at the left-hand side. Click on ‘Admission Status’.
7. It’ll then bring your details. If you’ve been admitted, you can either ‘Accept
admission’ or ‘Reject admission’.
If your school is yet to release admission list, it
will read: “admission in progress, check back later” under the tag ‘Admission Status’. In this
case, you won’t be able to click on the ‘Accept admission’ or ‘Reject admission’ button.

We encourage all aspirants to keep checking their jamb caps profile as the portal is updated almost everyday.

Never give up, keep checking.


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Breaking: ASUP suspense 15-day-old strike

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), has on Wednesday announced the suspension of its 15 day-old strike it embarked on Nov. 19. The President of ASUP, Usman Dutse made the announcement in Bauchi during a press conference held at the Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Bauchi.

Dutse is currently in Bauchi to head the 14th National Delegates Conference co-hosted by the Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi and the Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Bauchi. He said that the decision to suspend the strike was because of the consideration of impact of the strike on the society, parents and students as well as pleas by well-meaning Nigerians. Dutse recalled that members of the union had on Nov.13, withdrew their services following directive by the National Executive Council (NEC) of the union to embark on an indefinite strike. He enumerated non- implementation of the report of the NEEDS Assessment survey of polytechnics, sustained shortfall in personnel cost, withdrawal of their allowances since December, 2015 and non-payment of promotion arrears as some of the reasons for embarking on the strike. He said that ASUP had engaged in series of meetings with the federal government which culminated into an agreement signed between the it and the union. The president said the suspension was to give government an opportunity to implement resolutions agreed upon by the two bodies. (NAN)

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