Federal Polytechnic Oko 1st and 2nd Batch HND Admission List is out for 2018/2019 Academic Session

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WE are using this medium to inform the general public and most especially all the applicants who applied for admission into the Higher National Diploma, HND programme of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, that the school management has released the FIRST and SECOND Batch admission list of candidates who are offered provisional admission into the Institution for the 2018/2019 academic session.

See: Oko Polytechnic ND Admission List

How to check Federal Poly Oko HND Admission List

How to check Federal Poly Oko HND Admission List

Candidates who applied for the OKO Poly HND programme can now proceed to check their names on the college portal by following the steps below;

1. Go to the Admission checking portal of OKO POLY by CLICKING HERE

2. When the page loads up, Select Student Type (e.g Higher National Diploma)

3. And then select your Academic Session (i.e. 2018/2019)

4. Enter your Application Number in the space provided. (i.e. HNDR/PAD/18/000)

5. Click on the “Submit” button and your admission status will be displayed on your computer screen.

Update: Those whose names appeared on the admission list should proceed with the payment of their acceptance fees immediately. Click Here for details.

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4 Comments

  • People who registered not less than a week have gotten admission but people who registered last year 2018 haven’t gotten admission. Federal Polytechnic Oko is a scam. Don’t bother lavishing money on this school. They only care about their pockets and not bothered about the real use case of education and serious students. This is 2019 and that school haven’t changed in any way. Full of bribery and corruption as well as lazy staff workers who talk about when the next strike would be and feel too reluctant to student’s needs but are more concerned about money and still sell old textbooks without upgrading to the next level of education. I just wonder when the Minister of Education would be inspecting the school thoroughly and getting incites of what students think of the school. If you are to study in this school, I would advice you learn more from the internet too. Don’t just rely on their opinions of the courses they teach. Good luck.

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