Did you choose Enugu State Polytechnic Iwollo as your institution of choice during the JAMB registration?
If yes, we are happy to inform you that the cut-off marks of the institution is out. In this post, we have carefully discussed all you might want to know about this subject.
Meanwhile, what will determine whether or not you will gain admission is your aggregate score from JAMB and post-UTME. If yours falls below the average, then you will have no chance of admission.
Enugu State Polytechnic Iwollo Cut-Off Mark
|1||Administration||120 and above|
|2||Agricultural Technology||120 and above|
|3||Animal Health and Production Technology||120 and above|
|4||Agricultural Extension and Management||120 and above|
|5||Agricultural Engineering & Mechanization Technology||130 and above|
|6||Physical Sciences||120 and above|
|7||Home Economics||120 and above|
|8||Veterinary Science||130 and above|
|9||Horticultural Technology||120 and above|
|10||General & Entrepreneurship Studies||120 and above|
|11||Accountancy||120 and above|
|12||Banking & Finance||120 and above|
|13||Computer Science||120 and above|
|14||Electrical & Electronic Engineering||140 and above|
The cut-off mark approved by JAMB for all polytechnics in Nigeria including Enugu State Polytechnic is 120.
This means that the only category of candidates who will gain admission are those who made from 120 upwards in the UTME. If you score lesser than this, then you must take the available alternatives.
You can buy JAMB change of course/institution form, and change to a private polytechnic, or a college of education. But if you choose to re-sit JAMB, then you must prepare and learn how to pass JAMB.
While 120 can only be enough to qualify you for the next round of the admission process, it might not be enough to get you into your department of choice.
So, here below is an estimated list of cut-off marks for different courses offered in Enugu State Polytechnic:
About the school
Enugu State Polytechnic Iwollo is a tertiary institution founded and owned by the Enugu State government. It was first established in 2009 as Enugu State College of Agriculture & Agro-Entrepreneurship.
However, presently it has been transformed into a polytechnic, and has been accredited by the National Board of Technical Education (NBTE).