The official cut-off mark of Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru is out. And in this post, you will learn every bit of all you need to know about the JAMB and departmental cut-off aggregate of the institution.
As a matter of fact, no tertiary institution in Nigeria will admit you if you fail to meet their cut-off mark. So, that is why you need to have a forehand knowledge of it, so that you keep yourself alive in the race for admission.
Niger Poly JAMB Cut-Off Mark
|1||Local Government and Development Studies||120 and above|
|2||Public Administration||120 and above|
|3||Accountancy||130 and above|
|4||Banking Finance||130 and above|
|5||Business and Management Studies||120 and above|
|6||Civil Engineering Technology||150 and above|
|7||Electrical/Electronic Engineering||150 and above|
|8||Mechanical Engineering||150 and above|
|9||Building Technology||120 and above|
|10||Estate Management and Valuation||120 and above|
|11||Quantity Surveying||120 and above|
|12||Urban and Regional Planning||120 and above|
|13||Computer Science||120 and above|
|14||Science Laboratory Technology||130 and above|
|15||Statistics||120 and above|
To be eligible for admission, candidates who chose Niger State Polytechnic must score a minimum of 120 in UTME.
On the other hand, any applicant who could not reach this requirement but still wants to gain admission can take alternative options.
They can either apply for part-time, diploma programmes instead of full-time National Diploma programme. Through the JAMB change of institution/course form, such candidates can totally switch to another institution.
Departmental cut-off mark
Having at least 120 in JAMB is not yet a guarantee that you will get admitted. You also need to the beat the threshold score of your dream course.
Hence, we have listed below the cut-off marks for different courses offered in Niger Poly:
About the polytechnic
Niger State Polytechnic formerly known as Niger Polytechnic is a Nigerian public tertiary institution. It is located between Zungeru and Wishishi.
The institution polytechnic was established in 1977 as Zungeru College of Advanced Studies. In 1990, however, the Niger State government approved the transformation of the school into a polytechnic.
With student numbering about 3200, the school operates a collegiate system. Thus they have two primary colleges located in two different campuses:
- College of Science and Technology (CST), Zungeru
- College of Administrative and Business Studies (Cabs), Bida
Niger Poly offers courses that lead to the award of National Diploma and Higher National Diploma certificates in the undergraduate level.