Poly Nekede Screening Procedure For New Students: Full Guide

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Poly Nekede Screening Procedure For New Students: Full Guide

In this article, we will be looking into the procedure for Poly Nekede Screening for newly admitted students. The institution has two stages of screening for freshly admitted students. The first stage is the opening of file while the second stage is the closing of file. These two processes are crucial for all students. Below is the full guide on the two stages of screening at Poly Nekede. Enjoy!

Nekede First Screening/Opening of File

This is the first stage of clearance for all successful candidates. After you have been given admission, the next step is to pay your acceptance fee and appear in the school with those documents you submitted for your post UTME (documents such as, O’level result, JAMB result etc). It is only after this process that you are certified a student of the school and can proceed to pay your school fees. In Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, it is no different and the procedure for screening is outlined below:

After the payment of your acceptance fee, go with the following documents to your faculty/department for the first screening:

  • Acceptance fee receipt
  • Admission Letter
  • Application Form
  • Confirmation of O’Level result,
  • O’Level Results.

Nekede Second Screening (Closing Of File)

After your first screening and confirmation of your admission status and course offered, you will be given the school file and a paper called “Authorization to pay school fees”. The paper is the only criteria that qualifies you to pay your school fees as a new student, once you have gotten the paper, proceed to pay your school fees and do your medical clearance.

After payment of school fees and medicals, you will return to the screening office with the following Documents for your final screening:

  • School fees Receipt
  • Acceptance Fee Receipt
  • Local Government Identification Letter
  • Birth Certificate
  • Medical Report
  • Application form
  • O’ Level Result (Original And Photocopies)
  • SUG/ Departmental Receipt
  • Three (3) Passport Photographs
  • Admission Letter
  • Confirmation Of O’ level Result
  • The School File
  • Secondary School Certificate.


  • Registration must be completed within one month of acceptance of offer of the admission.
  • If any irregularities is discovered on the relevant educational qualifications you claimed to possess, you will be required to withdraw from the Institution.
  • Admitted students with awaiting results should go to the school with a statement of O’Level result duly signed by the principal of the school.
  • Upon completion of the second screening, you will be given your Matric Number which authenticates your status as a student of the school.

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