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120 as admission cut-off mark not reasonable, says IBB varsity VC


Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University

Vice Chancellor, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) University, Lapai, Prof. Muhammad Nadir Maiturari, has described the 120 cut-off mark for admission as unreasonable.

Maiturari, who stated this while addressing journalists in Minna yesterday, however, allayed the fears of people that “no university will even admit students on the basis of 120 cut-off mark.”

He said that the IBB University arrived at the 120 cut-off mark after critical analysis of the performance of the 13,000 candidates that applied to the institution.

The VC, who disagreed with the notion that the 120 cut-off mark is a recipe for lowering the standard of education in the country, said that no university would give admission on the basis of 120 marks.

He, therefore, enjoined candidates that scored 160 and above to log on to the portal of the university for the screening exercise.

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