Surveying and Geoinformatics at Yabatech

Hi landers, as i promised to update you guyz on the YABATECH POST PCE CUT OFF MARKS AND SCREENING DATE, it is my pleasure to announce to you all that the screening date/ cut off mark is out. The below will guide you on how to go about the REGISTRATION.

Please Read Carefully,

This is to inform all candidates who applied for the 2009/2010 admission and made Yaba College of Technology their FIRST CHOICE that the Post JAMB/PCE Screening will hold between 7th and 9th of October, 2009.

Only candidates who made the scores specified below for each of the Departments are eligible to participate in the e


Business Administration
Banking and Finance
Secretarial Studies

150 and above
150 and above
150 and above
120 and above
General Art, Fashion Design, Printing Technology 120 and above

Urban and Regional Planning, Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying/Surveying and Geoinformatics, Estate Management, Architectural Technology, Building Technology.

120 and above

Computer Science, Food Technology, Leisure and Touring, Textile Technology, Hotel and Catering Management

150 and above
Science Laboratory Technology, Statistics 150 and above

Civil Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Industrial Maintenance Engineering

150 and above

The procedure for registration is as follows:

1. Candidates are to pay Two Thousand Naira Only (N2, 000.00) at any branch of Zenith bank and obtain an etranzact PIN for ON-LINE registration for the Screening Exercise (One Thousand Naira for Screening, One Thousand Naira for Biometric Capture).

2. Candidates are to register on-line following the steps below:

1. Candidates to log on to www.yabatech.edu.ng
2. Click on "2009/2010 Admission Post JAMB/PCE Screening"
3. Read carefully the instruction and Click on the "Continue" button
4. Click on "Scheduling Instruction/Begin Scheduling"
5. Create an account on the right pane
6. Log in with your details on the left pane
7. Start Registration
8. Fill in the BIODATA
9. Proceed to payment by typing in your confirmation order number correctly
10. After successful payment transaction proceed to schedule and select the Venue
11. Preview to confirm you have correctly filled in your details

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