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This entry guide is issued with other documents for the May/June NBC/NTC Certificate Examinations. It contains instructions for easy completion of the Entry Documents.
All payments are through bank drafts made payable to National Business and Technical Examinations Board, Benin City.
A Scratch card may be purchased at the National Office of NABTEB and at any of its zonal and branch offices across Nigeria. From time to time it may become available at any other NABTEB designated outlets.
Students biometric information. ( i.e Right and Left Thumb). NOTE: You can get a copy of NABTEB Biometric Data Capture Application from nearest NABTEB office.
The Board conducts the National Technical Certificate (NTC)examinations as well as the advance level versions.
NBC means National Business Certificate. The Board conducts examinations as well as the advance level versions.
MTCE has commence in March 2004. The MTCE will service persons who wish to acquire effective capacity in components of a trade. For example,
This timetable is issued with other documents for the May/June NBC/NTC Certificate Examinations. It contains date and time for the examinations
This timetable is issued with other documents for the November/December NBC/NTC Certificate Examinations. It contains date and time for the examinations
This is the program introduced by the Federal Government of Nigeria to the education system, for both private and public sectors.
The NOS is the expected learning outcomes as spelt out by the various Sector Skill Councils in collaboration with the industries.
1.Make sure your passport is 160px by 200px and size is less than 30kb
2.Click on the ‘Apply’ link
3.Fill in the PIN, and serial number gotten from the purchased scratch card
4.Fill the form displayed and submit
The PIN stands for Personal Identification Number. In NABTEB e-World, it is a unique 12-digit number that is required to access the service. The service enables direct access to a candidate’s results via multiple channels. The PIN is found on a valid NABTEB e-World Scratch card and is revealed when cover patch on the reverse side of the card is carefully scratched off.
Chief Examiners Report May June 2012
Chief Examiners Reports Nov Dec 2012
Chief Examiners Report May June 2015
Chief Examiners Report May June 2016
Chief Examiners Report May June 2017
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI), PRE-QUALIFICATION AND TENDER FOR 2022 PROJECTS
*76% of candidates obtain 5 credits including English, Mathematics
The Registrar/Chief Executive, NABTEB, Prof. Ifeoma M. Isiugo-Abanihe, made this known on Monday, 14th March, 2022, while announcing the release of the results of the National Business Certificate (NBC), National Technical Certificate (NTC), Advanced National Business Certificate (ANBC) and Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC) examinations for private candidates.
Prof. Isiugo-Abanihe, who spoke at the Board’s national headquarters in Benin City, said the results of the 2021 November/December examinations “in terms of number of credit passes obtained by candidates for purposes of academic and work progression reveal that 76.30% of the total number of candidates (25,915) obtained five (5) credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.
“Also, 88.1% (i.e. 29,923 candidates) scored five (5) credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics.
“These performances are quite rewarding to candidates, and they are statistically similar to the 2020 November/December examinations results where 21,175 candidates, representing 75.72% obtained five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics and 255,844 candidates, representing 92.42% of all candidates that sat foe the examinations obtained five credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics.”
Besides, the NABTEB Registrar/Chief Executive conveyed a special gratitude to the Chairman of the NABTEB Governing Board, Prof. Bem Angwe, for his continued support, especially for assenting to the release of the results.
Prof. Isiugo-Abanihe noted that a total of 38,793 candidates, which consisted of 23,660 males and 15,133 females, enrolled for the examinations in 1,696 centres, and that 38,639 candidates, representing 99.60% of the total enrolment figure, actually sat for the examinations.
Out of the total enrolment figure, 6,462 candidates registered for craft level certificate while 4,847 enrolled for master craft level certificate examinations, she added.
The NABTEB Registrar further said that 33,965 candidates sat for the Ordinary Level certificate while 4,674 sat for the Advanced Level certificate examinations.
“Similarly, out of 6,462 candidates that sat for various Trades at the Crafts level, 3,352 candidates, representing 57.87% were certified as Craftsmen. For the Advanced Level examinations, 1,871 candidates, representing 40.02% of the 4,674 candidates that sat for the various Trades at Master Craft level were certified as Master Craftsmen.
“The statistics represent a slight decrease in performance over those of 2020 November/December certificate examinations where 3,184 candidates, representing 61.14%, were certified at the Crafts level and 2,342 candidates, representing 55.55%, were certified at Master Crafts level,” Prof. Isiugo-Abanihe explained.
The NABTEB Registrar/Chief Executive also said that 197 candidates, representing 0.51 per cent of the total candidates that sat for the examinations, were found to be involved in examination malpractice, just as she assured that the Board would continue to make more effort by intensifying training of examination personnel and use of technology to further check examination fraud.
Prof. Isiugo-Abanihe observed that fundamental to a balanced development in any nation is Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), saying “Among several other benefits, TVET and certificates being issued by NABTEB are essential for producing highly skilled workforce necessary to make Nigeria one of the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economies in the world.
“If adequately supported and embraced, it will lead to lifelong learning, self-reliance, poverty reduction and eradication on the long run.”
She listed TVET programmes and institutions; gross imbalance between number of Technical Colleges and conventional secondary schools leading to low enrolment; insufficient qualified technical teachers, equipment and materials for practical activities, among others as some of the challenges facing the Board.
Registrar/Chief Executive, NABTEB, Prof. Ifeoma M. Isiugo-Abanihe (middle) flanked by some members of the Management team while announcing the release of the November/ December 2021 NABTEB examination results on Monday, 14th March, 2022, at NABTEB national headquarters, Benin City.
A cross section of NABTEB staff listening with keen interest during the announcement of the release of the November/ December 2021 NABTEB examination results on Monday, 14th March, 2022, at NABTEB national headquarters, Benin City.
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