The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Registrar, Prof Isiugo-Abanihe, has announced that the exam body will prosecute any candidate that is caught engaging in examination malpractice. All candidates that are participating in the exam are hereby urged to avoid such acts.
The warning from the registrar is directed towardsall candidates/participants writing the on-going NABTEB May/June 2018 examinations. See full details below.
NABTEB Registrar Warns Candidate Against Malpractice
The registrar, Prof Isiugo-Abanihe , during an interview at the NABTEB headquarters in Benin City,revealed that any candidate caught cheating would be prosecuted.
The NABTEB May/June certificate examinations, which started with the practical component on Monday, are for the National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) awarded by the board.
Speaking on the importance of vocationals education and skills acquisition, the NABTEB boss observed that there was serious underproduction of artisans, craftsmen and technicians in the country compared to those of technologists, engineers and other professionals.
She noted that the problem needed to be aggressively tackled through the expansion of the board’s assessment programmes for the exams as well as the Modular and Nigerian Skills Qualification assessment.
Prof Isiugo-Abanihe added: “In today’s world where vocational education and skills excellence shape and improve individuals and nations, the role of NABTEB in the quest for sustainable economic and technological development of Nigeria is pivotal.”