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BSUM Introduced FingerPrint Biometric Data Verification to replace Exam Card

Benue state university Makurdi has taken a different dimension in curbing the issue of impersonation by students during examination through the introduction of biometric data authentication system in place of examination cards. This simply means that the tertiary institution will not make use of exam card again as Prof. Msugh Kembe introduces Biometric Data System as means of identification during an examination.
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The introduction of Fingerprint-Based Exam Hall Authentication systems will assist in the elimination of examination Impersonation in the institution. With the adoption of fingerprint biometric verification, this problem will be eliminated as fingerprint identification will be deployed during Examination hours. 

According to the Vice-chancellor, the main objective of this innovation is to eliminate any form of impersonation during exam by employing a more secured means of fingerprint biometrics. Deployment of Biometric Management System in Benue state university will improve the efficient and accurate data of Students. 

Challenges offered by the manual system include tedious processes, students signing in by proxy, and issues of card ID theft among other students. With the introduction of biometric Management systems, students' data will be captured and enrolled into the system database. Every time a student enters or leaves exam hall, their data is updated. 

Biometric systems use human features like fingerprint or iris to reduce fraud if they are identical to an individual; data accuracy and precision is assured. These are the challenges of paper based systems which will be corrected by the new system. With the biometric systems, student data is captured and stored in the system. This means that if student data is not stored into the system, he or she will not use the system. 

Biometric data is identical and cannot be shared between two students. Students are advice to visit the University library with 2017/2018 Academic School Fees receipt for Biometric Enrolment on daily basis to avoid congestion as Exams approach next month. I hope you find this information useful. Thanks.

MOUAU Post-UTME 2018/2019 Screening Exercise Commence

Are you one of those candidates who apply to seek for admission into Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU) this 2018/2019 session? Mouau latest news from the school portal has it that, the prestigious university has announced the conduct of post utme admission screening exercise for her academic session of 2018/2019. 
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Jamb candidates who wrote the latest jamb examinations and who chose MOUAU are advised to register their interest immediately. We received this latest news updates  from MOUAU portal direct to relay them as it is in simple words to our readers here.

If you are one of those students who wish to apply for admission into Michael Okpara University then read and follow this article below. 

Eligibility for Screening.

Candidates who choose Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike in the just concluded JAMB examinations 2018 as their first choice and scored at least 180 can go ahead and apply. Your 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) original result must be ready. 

Also, candidates whose 2018 WAEC/NECO results are yet to be released are advised not to apply. Awaiting results will not be accepted. 

Date for Registration and Screening.

The MOUAU post utme screening and registration will commence as from Monday, 9th of July, 2018 and ends on Friday, 7th Sept, 2018. 

MOUAU Screening Guidelines.

Please note that all candidates who wish to have a successful screening exercise are required to have his/her O'Level examination results with the required credits. You must also have with you the relevant exam body scratch card details before proceeding with the application. 

1. Register through the following link. Click and enter your JAMB Registration number. You will be redirected to Remita Payment Platform where an RRR number will be generated for you to make the necessary payment of N2,000. 

2. After payment is done, Candidate returns to the University portal to complete registration. 

3. The candidate then registers for screening exercise by filling a form online and selecting a proposed department and other important details. 

4. Candidates are required to select their O'Level Exam details as required on the form. 

5. Then-candidate is required to click on the "Fetch result" Button from examination body (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB). A popup message button will display with a message that, "your result has already been verified by us, Click here to view result".

6. The candidate is required to download the fetched result to verify that result was fetched and actually belong to the candidate. 

7. If a candidate is using two results for qualification, the candidate should click on the "Add More" button to add Exam details of the second Exams. Steps 4,5,6 and 7 are repeated. Kindly note that O'Level results and number of sittings are weighted. Note: Some fields are prefilled and cannot be changed. 

8. Candidate fills the form, accepts the "Terms and Conditions" by clicking on the submit button and can take print out after executing the Submit button. The system will send a soft copy of submitted forms to the candidate's email for records. Then return to mouau portal later to check for your results 

Note: In case you encounter any difficulty or challenge during the registration, you can contact the MOUAU Portal by sending an email to That's all you need to do to register for mouau post utme screening exercise. Further information will be updated on myschoolbam as soon as we receive it. Thank you