Digital Education firm Skool Media Nigeria has called on examination bodies to make registration for their examinations seamless to ease burden on candidates.
In a statement signed by the Head, Corporate Communications of the firm, Mr. Sola Oluwadare in commemoration of the Children’s Day celebration, the firm also offered to support the bodies, particularly Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB), which it praised for its many technological initiatives.
The statement reads: “We use this opportunity to urge all the examination bodies in the country to make the process of registration for various examinations less tedious by applying simple technology strategies that will make it seamless for our students. For instance, as the students go through the process of writing the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), organised by the Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB), Skool Media Nigeria Limited will give its support to JAMB anytime it requires it to put our students on the right path that we will all be proud of.
Suggesting a way to tackle the NIN registration hassles UTME candidates faced, the firm said: “As a matter of fact, a special window can be opened to warehouse yet to be linked SIMs on the portal to allow these students register for the exams after which the window will be used to link the NIN with the SIM later.”
Felicitating with children celebrating today, the firm promised to continue supporting digital learning interventions in Nigerian schools.
“Skool Media Nigeria Limited hereby congratulates Nigerian children across the nation on this year’s celebration. We equally use the occasion to pledge our support for the continued intervention in learning digitally in Nigerian schools; being the leeway to competitive and healthy development in 21st century.