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Federal Polytechnic, Nekede HND Full-time Admission for 2019/2020 session has been announced. Applications are invited from suitable and qualified candidates for admission into the full-time HND Programme of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede for the 2019/2020 academic session.

Prospective National Diploma (ND) Graduates who made 2.50 CGPA and above and who have completed their one(1) year IT programme as well as, those with(CGPA) of 2.49 and have completed two (2) years of IT Programme are advised to apply for HND into the following programmes.

Available Courses

1 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY (SBMT)

•Accountancy (AC)

•Banking & Finance (BF)

•Business Administration & Management (BAM)

•Marketing (MK)

•Purchasing & Supply (PS)

•Office Technology & Management (OTM)

•Public Administration (PA)

•Co-operative Economics & Management (CEM)

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2 SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES (SIAS)

•Computer Sciences (CS)

•Food Technology (FT)

•Library & Information Sciences (LIS)

•Science Laboratory Technology (SLT)

•Biology/Micro Biology (Option)

•Microbiology/Biochemistry (Option)

•Environmental Biology (Option)

•Maths & Statistics (STA)

3 SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY (SEDT)

•Architecture (AR)

•Building Technology (BT)

•Surveying & Geo-informatics (SUG)

•Estate Management (EM)

•Urban & Regional Planning (URP)

•Quantity Surveying (QS)

4 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (SET)

•Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE)

•Civil Engineering (CE)

•Mechanical Engineering (ME)

•Agricultural & Bio Environmental Engineering (AE)

5 SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES (SHSS)

•Mass Communication (MC)

How To Apply

All candidates MUST first go to the school portal www.fedpolynekede.edu.ng and click on “ND/HND Applicant link” on the home page under Admissions Portal.
2. Fill your Bio-data in the form and generate an invoice, print or copy out the RRR number, (you can do this on your mobile phone).
3. Proceed to any bank of your choice and make a payment of N7,500.00 on Remita platform. You can also choose to make your payment using your VERVE, VISA or MASTER CARD. If you choose the card payment option, you will be asked to fill the card details for the payment to be processed immediately.
4. Return to school portal www.fedpolynekede.edu.ng, and complete your application process. Submit your data as requested and print out receipt and acknowledgment slip.

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•Approved banks where payment can be made on e-transact.

•Federal Polytechnic Nekede Microfinance Bank Limited

HND: – 4011000027

ND: – 4011000026

•Access Bank Plc Nekede -0699586849

Application Deadline

The deadline for the 2019/2020 Federal Polytechnic Nekede HND Full-time admission application is yet to be announced.

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