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Fed Poly Ilaro ND FT Admission List, 2020/2021 Session

Fed Poly Ilaro ND Full-Time Admission List Has Been Released

The school management of the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, ILAROPOLY, has released the first and second batch admission list that contains the names of candidates offered provisional admission into the polytechnic various National Diploma (ND) programmes for the 2020/2021 academic session.

How to Check Ilaro Poly Admission List

1st Batch Admission List

Fed Poly Ilaro ND admission list has been uploaded online and its attached below.

Download (PDF, 1.06MB)

THE DEADLINE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE FEE FOR ND FULL TIME FIRST LIST IS FRIDAY 31ST JANUARY, 2021.

Congratulations to all the successful candidates!

Candidates can also proceed to JAMB CAPS portal to check their admission status using the steps stated below.

  1. Visit jamb.org.ng/efacility.
  2. Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
  3. Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
  4. Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.
  5. Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your admission status.

For those that their status is showing “Admission Still in Progress” or “Not Admitted”, you are advised to keep checking as the status may change anytime soon.

Registration Procedure

Candidates are to check the institution’s website for detailed information on registration procedure.

N.B

All the candidates should also go to jamb website to do the following:

  1. Re-upload their o’ level result.
  2. Accept the admission offer.
  3. Print JAMB admission offer.
  4. Print JAMB Result.

About Fed Poly Ilaro

The Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro was established by Decree No.33 of July 25, 1979.  It was 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 premises of the Anglican Grammar School, Ilaro about half a kilometre from Ilaro township junction.

The Polytechnic was on this temporary site till 1983 when it moved to its permanent site along Ilaro/Oja-Odan Road, about three kilometres from Ilaro township. It is also about 60 kilometres from Idiroko, a Nigerian Boarder town with Benin Republic.  Ilaro town itself is an ancient town, land locked between Lagos and Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.  The Polytechnic occupies a total of 898.116 hectares land area on its permanent site.

Access to Ilaro and indeed the Polytechnic can be gained from Abeokuta through Abeokuta-Lagos Road via Papalanto [22 km] or through Abeokuta-Owode road via Ibese [10km], from Lagos through Sango-Ota-Idiroko Road via Owode [15km] and from Sagamu through Sagamu-Obele Road via Papalanto.  The location of the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro makes for easy access of road traffic.  There is a railway station in Ilaro township.

The master plan of the Polytechnic depicts two distinct campuses for the institution i.e. East and West campuses.  The East campus has infrastructures in the form of staff quarters, student hostels, sports facilities, the main library, Directorate of Student Affairs, Medical Centre, Polyconsult and Industrial Services, Post Office, Works and Services Department, Petrol Station, Staff Schools (Nursery, Primary and Secondary), Student Computer Centre, School of Applied Science and School of Management Studies.

The West Campus too has the Schools of Engineering and Environmental Studies, the Main Administrative Building and Annexes, Record and Data Control Unit, Information and Communication Technology [ICT] Centre, Physical and Academic Planning Unit, Central Examinations Building, Library Annex, Public Toilets, Staff Quarters, Guest House and a dam and waterworks.

Both Campuses are linked internally with motorable tarred roads provided with street lights and side-walks for pedestrians.  Buildings are connected by pedestrian walkways and well-grassed lawns with beautiful landscaping.  Car parks are provided in strategic areas within the Campuses.  The area currently occupied physically by the Polytechnic is a small proportion of the entire land area it has; thus there is room for expansion.

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