You are here because you seek to know the cut-off marks of Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja. I promise that you are on the right page.
Here, you will learn in its entirety about the JAMB and departmental cut-off marks of the Polytechnic. So, read on carefully to get every bit of it.
Kogi State Polytechnic Lokoja Cut-Off Mark
|1||Accountancy||150 and above|
|2||Business Administration||140 and above|
|3||Public Administration||140 and above|
|4||Office Technology and Management||140 and above|
|5||Library and Information Science||140 and above|
|6||Fine Arts Department||140 and above|
|7||Industrial Design Department||140 and above|
|8||Computer Science||150 and above|
|9||Mathematics/Statistics||140 and above|
|10||Science Laboratory Technology||170 and above|
|11||Architectural Technology||170 and above|
|12||Building Technology||140 and above|
|13||Urban and Regional Planning||140 and above|
|14||Surveying and Geo-Informatics||140 and above|
|15||Civil Engineering||180 and above|
|16||Mechanical Engineering||180 and above|
|17||Computer Engineering||180 and above|
|18||Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering||180 and above|
|19||Electrical/Electronics Engineering||180 and above|
|20||Foundry Engineering Technology||160 and above|
|21||Materials and Metallurgical Engineering||170 and above|
Candidates who chose Kogi State Polytechnic during the JAMB registration must score a minimum of 140 in UTME, to be eligible for admission. Hence you will not gain admission if you score anything lower than this mark.
If unfortunately you are not able to meet up, that should not be the end of the road. You simply need to focus on the alternatives.
You can apply for part-time programme, or buy JAMB change of course/institution form and switch to another institution. Nonetheless, you can still re-apply JAMB, but must prepare and learn better ways on how to pass JAMB.
Departmental cut-off mark
While you need a minimum of 140 points in UTME, you also need to beat the cut-off requirement of your department.
Below, we have listed the cut-off marks for different courses offered in Kogi Polytechnic, to help you set your target right.
Moreover, this list is a mere estimate designed to help predict the possible required aggregate:
About Kogi State Polytechnic
KSP as it is also known, is a state-owned polytechnic that was established by Prince Abub akar Audu in 1992. However, the school formerly kicked off in 1993.
At its start, the school operated in two campuses: the Government Science Secondary School, Lokoja and Osara Campus. Today, another campus is located at Itakpe.
The Polytechnic offers courses that lead to the award of National Diploma and Higher National Diploma. They also run part-time and Vocational courses.