Before January 1 JAMB Requests That Educational institutions Sign Up With CAPS And IBASS; All tertiary institutions must sign up for the Central Processing System (CAPS) and Integrated Brochure and Syllabus System (IBASS) service platforms before January 1, 2023, according to Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Registrar Prof. Is-haq Oloyede. After that date, the board will not accept complaints from any institution via email or other channels.
Oloyede made the statement yesterday in Port Harcourt at a workshop on the use of the IBASS, and CAPS for South-South stakeholders. He noted that the service platforms were made to help the Board give quick, high-quality service.
He added that the platforms serve as a channel of communication between the board and other regulatory bodies, such as the National Universities Commission (NUC), National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), and all tertiary institutions in the nation, as well as giving candidates the necessary guidance in the selection of subjects and courses and the processing of the admission.
In addition, he said that the platforms will help to increase the ability to preserve all information processes. He pointed out that the Board’s primary priority is tackling the difficulties of documentation. Before January 1 JAMB Requests That Educational institutions Sign Up With CAPS And IBASS
We’re here to talk to vice-chancellors, provosts, rectors, registrars, admission officers, and admission officers, after all.
“We are developing a digitized platform that will enable us to save time, build an archive, and ensure that everything we do is correctly documented.
“The main reasons we built this were to increase productivity, keep a record, and save time. We are now requiring all contact with the institution about admission and curriculum to take place on this platform as of January 1, 2023. Therefore, we will no longer accept papers.
With the change, he claimed, students will communicate via the platform rather than writing to the board. Oloyede added that there are approximately 1674 participants in the training, which is being held concurrently across the six geopolitical zones, and emphasized that with the help of the training, there will be no justification for higher institutions not to be included on the platforms.