If you did choose Kano State Polytechnic as your institution of choice during the JAMB registration, or about to do that, we hereby inform you that the official cut-off mark of the institution is out.
With it before you, we hope it helps you gauge your chances of admission, or spur you to up your game of study. Therefore, in this post, we have stated all you should know about the JAMB and departmental cut-off marks of KANOPOLY.
Kano State Polytechnic JAMB Cut-Off Mark
Unlike the cut-off mark of BUK, the official cut-off mark of KANOPOLY is 120.
This means that you will only gain admission if you score a minimum of 120 in the UTME. Obviously, you will not be considered if you go below this mark.
Nevertheless, if by chance you are unable to beat this minimum aggregate, you can settle for other alternatives. For instance, you can apply for a diploma programme in the same institution.
In the same vein, you can totally change your institution to a private polytechnic or a college of education.
Departmental cut-off mark
Again, the applicants who will be offered admission are only those who scored the minimum entry mark for his/her department.
So, while you struggle to make good JAMB score, you must also perform well in the post-UTME. This will boost your overall aggregate, and your chances thereafter.
|1||Library and Information Science||120 and above|
|2||Purchasing and Supply||120 and above|
|3||Marketing||120 and above|
|4||Urban and Regional Planning||120 and above|
|5||Home and Rural Economics||120 and above|
|6||Mechatronics Engineering Technology||150 and above
|7||Leisure and Tourism||120 and above|
|8||Communication||140 and above|
About the school
Kano State Polytechnic (KANOPOLY) is a tertiary institution located in Kano. It was established in 1975 and it’s presently owned by the State government of Kano.
Currently, the institution has five (5) Schools situated at different location across the Kano city. Through quality education, the school aims to be the sources of qualified manpower that will champion the economic and technology development of Nigeria.