The management of Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa has rejoiced over the peaceful conduct of first CBT (UTME) in the institution as candidates, parents expressed satisfaction throughout the examination period.
Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa is one of the accredited centres for UTME across Nigeria. It is worthy of note that it is the only centre approved across Ibarapaland and Iseyin axis of Oyo State after fulfilling all necessary requirements of the examination board.
Since the commencement of the exam on 25th of this month, candidates who were posted to AOPE CBT Centre from various locations across the country have been writing thier exams without any glitch. The first-of-its-kind programme in the institution added glamour to the community and Ibarapa at large.
Speaking on the development while on a visit to the center, the Ag. Rector, Dr. Gbade Akinteye commended the JAMB officials for the job well done. He also appreciated the management and staff of the institution for their cooperation towards achieving the goal.
Furthermore, he lauded all candidates for complying with the laid-down rules and regulations of the examination board.
“I feel honored and delighted today as UTME 2023 is coming to an end gradually. This is the first time that our institution will be having national examination after many failed attempts. The success wouldn’t have been recorded without the unparallel support of Oyo State Government for the institution as well as the maximum cooperation of the management team, Governing Council, and staff of this institution.
“Several efforts have been put in place before we could achieve this but we thank God our efforts yielded good fruits. Holding UTME in this institution is one of the cardinal points of my administration and it is my desire to facilitate more developmental programmes for the institution. Since the commencement of this year’s exam, some CBT centres have been facing technical issues but we thank God such didn’t occur in our centre here.”
Speaking further about the development, the Centre Director, Dr. Atanda Abiodun also commended JAMB officials and acknowledged the cooperation of the institution to ensure a hitch-free examination.
“The 2023 UTME commenced on April 25th with a total number of 2,428 candidates allocated to Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic Eruwa CBT Centre. To the glory of God, the exercise was a successful one – right from the beginning to the end, there was no incidence of cancellation, delay, or postponement.”
“Also, the report of JAMB Officials concerning AOPE CBT Centre is a good one, considering the fact this is the first time such National Examination is taking place at the institution,” he said.
One of the parents, Mr Abiodun Oni from Lagos, expressed his satisfaction over the organized state of the CBT center as well as the warmth received from the host community, coupled with the conduciveness of the atmosphere.
According to one of the candidates, Adeleke Tolulope, “The centre is very conducive compared to my previous centre because this is the second time I’m writing UTME. This exam was properly conducted. There’s nothing to panic about once you are prepared.”
Another candidate from Lagos who simply identified himself as Emmanuel said,” This is my first time of writing UTME and the exam was good. It was a one-man show – just you and your system. I didn’t experience system malfunction throughout my exam.”