The National Examinations Council has reported the inconclusive deferment of its 2020 National Common Entrance Examination into the 104 Federal Unity schools across the nation because of the spreading coronavirus plague in the nation.
The board said on Tuesday that the delay was in accordance with the different measures being set up by the bureaucratic and state governments to diminish the potential spread of the coronavirus.
The board in a discharge encouraged applicants, gatekeepers and important partners who were getting ready for the assessment prior booked for March 28, to sit tight for another date.
The NECO Head of Information and Public Relations, Mr Azeez Sani, stated, “The National Examinations Council wishes to advise all competitors, gatekeepers and applicable partners, of the uncertain delay of the 2020 NCEE into Federal Unity Colleges prior planned to hang on Saturday, March 28.
“The administration of NECO laments any bothers the delay may have caused competitors and different partners. Another date for the assessment will be imparted to up-and-comers and different partners at the appointed time.
“In the interim, enlistment for the assessment proceeds.”