The official cut-off mark of Jigawa State Polytechnic is out. And in this post, we have discussed everything you should know about both the JAMB and departmental cut-off mark of the institution.
Moreover, no public tertiary institution in Nigeria will admit you if you do not make up to their cut-off mark. That is why you who has chosen JigPoly or planning to, must have this cut-off mark before you. With this, you can measure your performance and chance generally.
Jigawa State Polytechnic JAMB cut-off mark
The official JAMB cut-off aggregate of Jigawa State Polytechnic 120. This means that as an applicant seeking admission in this institution, you must make a minimum of 120 points in UTME to stand a chance.
However, if you fall below this mark and still hope for admission, then you must resort to available alternatives. You simply need to apply for a chance of institution, where you switch to a private polytechnic or to a college of education.
Likewise, instead of a National Diploma programme, you can apply for Diploma programme instead.
Departmental cut-off marks
Various departments in Jigawa State Polytechnic have their unique cut-off marks. So, even if you had up to 120 in JAMB, but failed to reach this post-UTME cut-off mark, you will blur you chances.
So, below is the list of estimated cut-off marks for different courses in JigPoly:
|1||Accountancy||130 and above|
|2||Business Administration||120 and above|
|3||Public Administration||120 and above|
|4||Social Administration||120 and above|
|5||Office Technology||120 and above|
|6||Computer Science||140 and above|
|7||Science Laboratory Technology||140 and above|
|8||Statistics||120 and above|
|9||Environmental Health||140 and above|
|10||Architecture||150 and above|
|11||Building Technology||120 and above|
|12||Electrical and Electronics||150 and above|
|13||Quantity Surveying||120 and above|
|14||Welding and Fabrication||120 and above|
|15||Civil Engineering||150 and above|
|16||Mechanical Engineering||150 and above|
|17||Estate Management||120 and above|
|18||Urban and Regional Planning||120 and above|
About the school
After Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic was taken by the Federal Government in 2007, the need for a state-owned institution arose. So in 2008, the present-day Jigawa State Polytechnic was established.
Since, the school has continued to grow in leaps and bounds such that today, they offer courses in different areas of academic. They run both ND and HND programmes, including Diploma and other Advanced programmes.