To be eligible for admission in any tertiary institution in Nigeria, you must have the right JAMB and post UTME scores.
It is when these scores are high enough that they can give you a high aggregate with which your admission eligibility will be decided. Of course, you must also meet other admission requirements.
So, if you are an applicant of Federal Polytechnic Nekede and wondering what their cut-off mark is, this post is for you.
- 1 Federal Polytechnic Nekede JAMB Cut-Off Mark
- 1.1 Departmental cut-off mark
- 1.2 About the school
- 1.3 Faculties and Departments
- 1.4 FAQs
- 1.5 Related Topics;
- 1.6 Share this:
Federal Polytechnic Nekede JAMB Cut-Off Mark
The acceptable JAMB cut-off mark of Federal Polytechnic Nekede is 180. So candidates who chose the institution must score from 180 upwards to stand a chance.
Obviously, applicants who did not make up to this mark will not be admitted; we can only advise such candidates to look elsewhere. They can buy JAMB change of course/institution form.
Departmental cut-off mark
Aside from making at least 180 in JAMB, you also need to make an aggregate that will be up to that set by the department.
So, here is a summary of Poly Nekede departmental cut-off marks:
|1||Accountancy||190 and above|
|2||Banking and Finance||190 and above|
|3||Business Administration||180 and above|
|4||Public Administration||180 and above|
|5||Marketing||180 and above|
|6||Office Technology and Management||180 and above|
|7||Taxation||180 and above|
|8||Cooperative Economics and Management||180 and above|
|9||Purchasing and Supply||180 and above|
|10||Architectural Technology||190 and above|
|11||Arts and Design||180 and above|
|12||Building Technology||180 and above|
|13||Estate Management||180 and above|
|14||Quantity Surveying||180 and above|
|15||Surveying and Geo-informatics||180 and above|
|16||Hospitality Management||180 and above|
|17||Urban and Regional Planning||180 and above|
|18||Town and Regional Planning||180 and above|
|19||Transportation Service||180 and above|
|20||Survey||180 and above|
|21||Fine and Applied Arts||180 and above|
|22||Computer Engineering||200 and above|
|23||Civil Engineering||200 and above|
|24||Agric and Bio-Environmental Engineering||200 and above|
|25||Electrical/Electronic Technology||200 and above|
|26||Mechatronics Engineering||190 and above|
|27||Chemical Engineering||200 and above|
|28||Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering||200 and above|
|29||Mechanical Engineering||200 and above|
|30||Materials and Metallurgical Engineering||190 and above|
|31||Agricultural Technology||180 and above|
|32||Environmental Biology||180 and above|
|33||Computer Science||190 and above|
|34||Food Technology||180 and above|
|35||Chemistry||180 and above|
|36||Chemistry/Biochemistry||180 and above|
|37||Microbiology/Biochemistry||180 and above|
|38||Mathematics and Statistics||180 and above|
|39||Pharmaceutical Technology||200 and above|
|40||Dispensing Technology||180 and above|
|41||Nutrition and Dietetics||180 and above|
|42||Science Laboratory Technology||200 and above|
|43||Fisheries Technology||180 and above|
|44||Library and Information Technology||180 and above|
|45||Biology/Microbiology||180 and above|
|46||Physics and Electronics||18 and above|
|47||Mass Communication||200 and above|
|48||Social Science||180 and above|
|49||Humanities||180 and above|
About the school
The present-day Federal Polytechnic Nekede was established in 1978 by the Imo State government, as College of Technology, Owerri.
However, in 1993 the Federal government acquired it and it was changed to a federal-government higher institution.
The school is located in Nekede, a town in Owerri West LGA of Imo State. They offer courses ranging from applied sciences, engineering, management, and environmental sciences.
As a polytechnic, they award National Diploma and Higher National Diploma to her graduates.
Faculties and Departments
Listed below are the different courses offered in Nekede Federal Polytechnic across 5 faculties of the school:
School of Business Management Technology
- Banking and Finance
- Business Administration
- Public Administration
- Office Technology and Management
- Cooperative Economics and Management
- Purchasing and Supply
School of Environmental Design and Technology
- Architectural Technology
- Arts and Design
- Building Technology
- Estate Management
- Quantity Surveying
- Surveying and Geo-informatics
- Hospitality Management
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Town and Regional Planning
- Transportation Service
- Fine and Applied Arts
School of Engineering Technology
- Computer Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Agric and Bio-Environmental Engineering
- Electrical/Electronic Technology
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
School of Industrial and Applied Sciences
- Agricultural Technology
- Environmental Biology
- Computer Science
- Food Technology
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Pharmaceutical Technology
- Dispensing Technology
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Fisheries Technology
- Library and Information Technology
- Physics and Electronics
School of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Mass Communication
- Social Science
How can I get admission in Poly Nekede?
- Apply for JAMB and choose the polytechnic as either 1st or 3nd choice of institution.
- Score above 180 in JAMB
- Apply and sit for the school’s post UTME
- Ensure you have the right O’Level requirements (at least 5 credits in subjects relevant in your field, including English Language and Mathematics).
How much is their school fees and acceptance fee?
Students who are newly admitted into ND 1 in Federal Poly Nekede pay an acceptance fee of N30,050.
Their school fees range from N25,300 – N30,100
Do they accept awaiting results?
Yes the school accepts candidates with awaiting results as long as you will provide your result during registration. If you don’t, your admission will be terminated.
However, at this point I am sure you have got what you needed to know about the polytechnic’s cut-off mark.
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