JAMB: UNIPORT Procedure For Late Registration(Regularization) & Other E-Services

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Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB: University Of Port-Harcourt, UNIPORT Procedure For Late Registration(Formerly Regularization) And Other E-Services Such as Correction Of Data

University of Port Harcourt, JAMB: UNIPORT Procedure For Late Registration(Regularization)

  1. Each candidate is to pay for Late Registration online using ATM card or other e-payment channels available on the internet for any of the Board’s services. Once payment is made, a transaction I.D. number will be issued to the candidate.
  2. Each candidate is to complete his/her late application form or correction form online using the I.D. number issued after the e-payment has been made.
  3. An Indemnity Form ready to be printed will be issued once the registration is completed and submitted online.
  4. Each candidate is expected to print and submit the Indemnity Form to his/her institution for the signature of the Head of the Institution (or the Registrar in cases where such is so decided and the specimen signature also submitted directly to the Registrar of JAMB).
  5. The duly signed Indemnity Form from the institution would be personally collected from the Head of Institution by the coordinator JAMB office in the State where the institution is domiciled.

Note: On no account should the form be sent through a proxy/the applicant.

  1. JAMB State Coordinators have been instructed to upload the Indemnity Form to JAMB portal for JAMB Registrar’s decision which will be communicated to the applicant and the Vice-Chancellor, Rector or Provost.

Assigned Banks To Faculties

Kindly note that the following Faculties
Agric
Social Sciences
Pharmacy
Engineering

initially assigned to Eco Bank and FCMB   have been mapped to other banks,

FirstBank
Fidelity Bank
UBA
except U&C Microfinance Bank.

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