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NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers, Releases New Registration Procedure

NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers, Releases New Registration Procedure

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NABTEB warning to centres and state officers. The management of NABTEB (National Business and Technical Examinations Board) has issued a warning to centres and state officers on extortion of candidates. The management also announced a new registration procedure effective from 2018 November/December. Continue reading below….

NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers

I have started getting names of Examination Centres and their Coordinators, where candidates were made to pay more than N11, 500 (so far, I have been informed that amounts charged ranged from N11,500 to N40, 000 per candidate, besides the “understanding fees”, which some of the centres either charge or give candidates the option of paying!).

Furthermore, any State Officer for whom evidence will be presented to the Governing Board or Management for extortion of Examination Centre Coordinators, shall not only be SUSPENDED pending investigation by the ICPC, who, by law, are partners of NABTEB, but shall make a refund. The same applies to Centre Coordinators who have demanded and collected more than N11,500 from candidates.

See also: NABTEB Past Questions and Answers.

No State Officer is permitted to collect any amount from Examination Centres whose candidates are less than a particular figure.

GOOD NEWS: Effective Nov/Dec 2018 NABTEB Examinations:

1. Candidates shall make payment online, where they will choose their preferred Examination Centre.

2. Approved and registered Examination Centres (ECs) shall be uploaded on a new NABTEB website: www.nabteb.gov.ng. One requirement is that the centres should have facilities for biometric capture (A unique Access Code shall be given to them, and an agreed percentage shall be paid to them).

3. Look out for more innovations, including CBT to replace Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) format from next year.

Objective: To make registration for NABTEB Examinations easier, and free of human manipulation. For example, if a candidate is threatened with extortion at an EC, where they go for biometric capture, they can simply go back to NABTEB portal and replace the EC within a time window, and give reasons, which could lead to de-listing of the EC.

NABTEB staff must not have physical contact with NABTEB money.

Finally, no candidate is expected or required to pay to an Examination Centre for “logistics”, “practicals”, etc. Refuse to pay, and contact NABTEB through any means available, including at [email protected] (or [email protected]) and 08097061460. There shall be a speedy response. NABTEB is your servant, and wolves are not tolerated around henceforth.

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NABTEB

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NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers, Releases New Registration Procedure

NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers, Releases New Registration Procedure

www.nabtebnigeria.org | National Business and Technical Examinations Board : NABTEB

NABTEB warning to centres and state officers. The management of NABTEB (National Business and Technical Examinations Board) has issued a warning to centres and state officers on extortion of candidates. The management also announced a new registration procedure effective from 2018 November/December. Continue reading below….

NABTEB Warns Centres and State Officers

I have started getting names of Examination Centres and their Coordinators, where candidates were made to pay more than N11, 500 (so far, I have been informed that amounts charged ranged from N11,500 to N40, 000 per candidate, besides the “understanding fees”, which some of the centres either charge or give candidates the option of paying!).

Furthermore, any State Officer for whom evidence will be presented to the Governing Board or Management for extortion of Examination Centre Coordinators, shall not only be SUSPENDED pending investigation by the ICPC, who, by law, are partners of NABTEB, but shall make a refund. The same applies to Centre Coordinators who have demanded and collected more than N11,500 from candidates.

See also: NABTEB Past Questions and Answers.

No State Officer is permitted to collect any amount from Examination Centres whose candidates are less than a particular figure.

GOOD NEWS: Effective Nov/Dec 2018 NABTEB Examinations:

1. Candidates shall make payment online, where they will choose their preferred Examination Centre.

2. Approved and registered Examination Centres (ECs) shall be uploaded on a new NABTEB website: www.nabteb.gov.ng. One requirement is that the centres should have facilities for biometric capture (A unique Access Code shall be given to them, and an agreed percentage shall be paid to them).

3. Look out for more innovations, including CBT to replace Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) format from next year.

Objective: To make registration for NABTEB Examinations easier, and free of human manipulation. For example, if a candidate is threatened with extortion at an EC, where they go for biometric capture, they can simply go back to NABTEB portal and replace the EC within a time window, and give reasons, which could lead to de-listing of the EC.

NABTEB staff must not have physical contact with NABTEB money.

Finally, no candidate is expected or required to pay to an Examination Centre for “logistics”, “practicals”, etc. Refuse to pay, and contact NABTEB through any means available, including at [email protected] (or [email protected]) and 08097061460. There shall be a speedy response. NABTEB is your servant, and wolves are not tolerated around henceforth.

Chairman
NABTEB

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NABTEB Vows to Prosecute Any Candidate Caught Cheating

NABTEB Vows to Prosecute Any Candidate Caught Cheating

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National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Registrar, Prof Isiugo-Abanihe, has issued a warning against candidates that engage in examination malpractice, saying they are liable to be prosecuted.

NABTEB Registrar cautions candidates against malpractices

Prof Isiugo-Abanihe of NABTEB

The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB), Registrar/Chief Executive, Prof Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe has warned candidates writing the on-going May/June 2018 examinations to desist from examination malpractices.

Speaking to reporters at the NABTEB headquarters in Benin City, Prof Isiugo-Abanihe said any candidate caught cheating would be prosecuted.

The NABTEB May/June certificate examinations, which started with the practical component on Monday, are for the National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) awarded by the board.

Speaking on the importance of vocationals education and skills acquisition, the NABTEB boss observed that there was serious underproduction of artisans, craftsmen and technicians in the country compared to those of technologists, engineers and other professionals.

She noted that the problem needed to be aggressively tackled through the expansion of the board’s assessment programmes for the exams as well as the Modular and Nigerian Skills Qualification assessment.

Prof Isiugo-Abanihe added: “In today’s world where vocational education and skills excellence shape and improve individuals and nations, the role of NABTEB in the quest for sustainable economic and technological development of Nigeria is pivotal.”

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2019 National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) May/June Result Statistics – 58.84% Had 5 Credits

2019 National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) May/June Result Statistics – 58.84% Had 5 Credits

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2019 National Business and Technical Examinations Board, NABTEB may/June result statistics released.

NABTEB May/June Result Statistics

THE National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has released the results of its May/June 2019 National Business Certificate/National Technical Certificate examinations. 32,673 candidates that sat for the examinations scored five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics.

Recommended: How to Check NABTEB Result Online, Via Email and SMS.

Announcing the result, Registrar/Chief Executive, NABTEB, Prof. (Mrs.) Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe disclosed this while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the 2019 May/June NABTEB examination results in Benin City, the Edo State capital.

The Registrar/Chief Executive, NABTEB, said a total of 46,120 candidates obtained five credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics; thus representing 83.05 percent of the candidates that sat for the same exams.

Prof. Ifeoma said a total of 56,413 candidates registered for the examinations in 1,501 centres, stressing that analysis of the enrollment indicated that candidates enrolled for 15 Engineering Trades, 7 Construction Trades, 9 Miscellaneous Trades, 4 Business Trades and 21 General Education Subjects.

He noted that a total of 55,532 candidates sat for the examinations which represents 98.44 percent of the total enrollment adding that it is important to note that out of the 30,955 candidates that sat for the various trades, 16,573 (53.54 percent) were certified as craftsmen.

While lauding the quality assurance mechanisms put in place by the board, Ifeoma said it has helped the body to checkmate examination malpractice.

“Permit me to observe that quality assurance mechanisms put in place by the board to checkmate examination malpractice seem to have continued to yield positive results.

“For instance, 399 candidates representing 0.72 percent of the examination candidates were found to be involved in examination malpractice compared to 842 candidates, representing 1.52 percent of the total number of candidates during the May/June 2018 certificate examinations”, she said.

She however stressed that, as part of the effort of the federal government to empower Nigerians with skills, the National Skills Qualification Framework was approved by the Federal Ministry of Education which expanded the assessment horizon of NABTEB as general awarding body for the assessment and award of Nigerian Skills Qualification to products of both private and public institutions.

She further said NABTEB is therefore well prepared to collaborate with public and private training institutions that are engaged in training on technical, vocational or entrepreneurial skills in any part of the country for the purpose of conducting assessment and awarding certificates.

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National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Result for May/June Examination 2019

National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Result for May/June Examination 2019

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National Business and Technical Examinations Board, NABTEB May/June Certificate Examinations results for year 2019 have been released. Follow the procedure below to check you NABTEB result online.

NABTEB Result

This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) 2019 May/June National Business Certificates (NBC) and the National Technical Certificate (NTC) examinations that their results have been released.

NABTEB May/June examination results have been successfully uploaded online.

Participants should follow the steps outlined below to access their results.

RECOMMENDED: NABTEB May/June Result Statistics.

How to Check NABTEB Results.

  1. Go to http://eworld.nabtebnigeria.org/
  2. Enter your Candidate Identification Number e.g. 38001178
  3. Select the Type of Examination
  4. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year e.g. 2019
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card. The Card Serial Number has an alphabet prefix followed by digits e.g. N123456789
  6. Enter the 12-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card eg. 012345678912
  7. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up

How to get Your NABTEB 2019 May/June Result by Email.

  1. Follow steps 1-5 above.
  2. Click on the ‘Send Results to E-mail’ box
  3. Enter a valid e-mail address e.g. [email protected]
  4. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up

Check NABTEB Result Via SMS.

• Send SMS in the format below:

• NABTEB*ExamNo*PIN*ExamType*ExamYear To short-code 32327

• For example:To check for May/June results,
NABTEB*01001001*123456789012*MJ*2012

You Must Not:

  1. Do not use a card that has already been used for another candidate
  2. Do not enter an invalid e-mail address for result to be sent as this will penalize you by deducting your card use

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