Cut off Mark

Ilaro Poly JAMB And Departmental Cut Off Mark 2021/2022

The management of the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro has released the cut-off mark for the 2021/2022 academic session admission exercise. This is one of the eligibility criteria to participate in the school screening for all courses offered in the school and also the departmental cut off mark.

The Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro was established by Decree No. 33 of July 25, 1979. The Polytechnic opened to students on November 15, 1979 on a temporary site provided by its host community, the ancient town of Ilaro, Ogun State. The first site of the Polytechnic was the compound of the Anglican Grammar School, Ilaro about half a kilometre from Ilaro township junction. The master plan of the Polytechnic depicts two distinct campuses of the institution i.e. east and West campuses.

In line with JAMB’s directive in the policy meeting held modalities for the 2021/2022 admission exercise, the admission committee considered and approved Federal Polytechnic Ilaro minimum and programmes cut-off mark as follows

Federal Polytechnic Ilaro Cut Off Mark

To be eligible to participate in Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro post UTME screening exercise, you must have scored 150 and above in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Ilaro Poly Departmental Cut Off Marks:

The cut-off marks for the various programmes are as follows;

  1. SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
    1. ACCOUNTANCY – 170
    2. BANKING AND FINANCE – 160
    3. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – 175
    4. INSURANCE – 150
    5. MARKETING – 160
    6. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 180
    7. TAXATION – 150
  2. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
    1. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – 150
    2. COMPUTER ENGINEERING – 164
    3. CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – 168
    4. ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING – 170
    5. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – 171
    6. MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – 150
    7. WELDING AND FABRICATION ENGINEERING – 150
  3. SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL 
    1. ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY – 150
    2. BUILDING TECHNOLOGY – 150
    3. ESTATE MANAGEMENT AND VALUATION – 150
    4. QUANTITY SURVEYING – 150
    5. SURVEYING AND GEO-INFORMATICS – 150
    6. URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING – 150
    7. ARTS AND DESIGN – 164
    8. TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND MGT – 150
  4. SCHOOL OF PURE AND APPLIED SCIENCE
    1. AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY – 150
    2. COMPUTER SCIENCE – 170
    3. FOOD TECHNOLOGY – 150
    4. HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT – 150
    5. LEISURE AND TOURISM – 150
    6. NUTRITION AND DIETETICS – 170
    7. SCIENCE LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY – 174
    8. STATISTICS – 150
  5. SCHOOL OF COMM. & INFO TECH
    1. LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE – 171 
    2. MASS COMMUNICATION – 200
    3. MUSIC TECHNOLOGY – 150
    4. OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND MGT – 150

Read: JAMB cut off mark for all institutions in Nigeria

Bolarinwa Olajire

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