If you applied for Kano University of Science and Technology, then you would probably want to know the Cut Off marks for each course. In this post, we will be giving you the KUST JAMB Cut Off Marks For 2020/2021 Admission Exercise. So, if you are an aspiring candidate, sit back and read to see the cut-off mark of the institution for each course the institution offers.
The management of Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil, has released the departmental cut-off mark for the 2020/2021 academic year and we have taken it upon ourselves to make it available at ease to all applicants and aspirants of the institution.
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About Kano University of Science and Technology
The university was established as “The Kano University of Technology” (KUT) in the year 2001. It was later renamed as “Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil” in 2005. It was renamed in conformity to the Gazette laws of the institution/university.
The university offers a wide range of courses in different faculties. The university is also a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The institution expects aspirants to meet certain criteria in order to be considered for admission.
KUST Departmental JAMB Cut Off Marks
Candidates should be aware that to be eligible for admission into Kano University of Science and Technology, they must have made the institution their first choice in JAMB and must have scored the minimum UTME score. The following are the cut off mark of each course for the 2020/2021 academic session:
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|1||B. Tech. (Hons) Food Science & Technology||Minimum of 160|
|2||B.Sc Agriculture (Hons)||Minimum of 160|
|3||B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics||Minimum of 160|
|4||B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science||Minimum of 170|
|5||B. Sc. Information & Communication Technology||Minimum of 160|
|6||B. Sc (Hons) Statistics||Minimum of 160|
|7||B. Sc (Hons) Geography||Minimum of 160|
|8||B. Sc (Hons) Architecture||Minimum of 170|
|9||B. Eng. Civil Engineering||Minimum of 170|
|10||B. Tech. (Hons) Urban & Regional Planning||Minimum of 160|
|11||B. Sc (Hons) Geology||Minimum of 160|
|12||B. Eng. Mechanical Engineering||Minimum of 160|
|13||B.Eng. Electrical Engineering||Minimum of 170|
|14||B. Eng. Mechatronics Engineering||Minimum of 160|
|15||B. Eng. Agricultural Engineering||Minimum of 160|
|16||B. Eng. Water Resources & Environmental Engineering||Minimum of 160|
|17||B. Eng. Automotive Engineering||Minimum of 160|
|18||B. Sc (Hons) Biology||Minimum of 160|
|19||B. Sc (Hons) Biochemistry||Minimum of 170|
|20||B. Sc (Hons) Microbiology||Minimum of 170|
|21||B. Sc (Hons) Chemistry||Minimum of 160|
|22||B. Sc. Science Laboratory Technology||Minimum of 170|
|23||B. Sc (Hons) Physics||Minimum of 160|
|24||B. Sc Ed. Biology||Minimum of 160|
|25||B. Sc Ed. Agricultural Science||Minimum of 160|
|26||B. Sc Ed. Geography||Minimum of 170|
|27||B. Sc Ed. Chemistry||Minimum of 160|
|28||B. Sc Ed. Physics||Minimum of 160|
|29||B. Sc Ed. Mathematics||Minimum of 160|
|30||BLS. Library & Information Science||Minimum of 160|
|31||B. Sc. Ed. Health Education||Minimum of 160|
|32||B. Sc. Ed. Human Kinetics||Minimum of 160|
Candidates who have obtained these JAMB cut-off mark are the ones who are eligible to sit for the institution’s Post UTME Screening examinations. It should however be noted that candidates who score more than the minimum point have higher chances of admission in comparison to those who scored the exact minimum.
KUST Admission Screening
The university usually kicks off her screening exercise within a week or a couple of weeks. The screening exercise of Kano University of Science and Technology usually comes in two phases. Students who applied for admission in the university are to proceed for the screening exercise as announced by the institution. The documents that are required for the screening are usually SSCE results and JAMB registration print out.
Candidates should avoid lateness and arrive there early so as to locate his/her screening venue on time. Candidates who merited the admission will be invited for another screening exercise, and the documents needed are:
- Original copies of candidate’s educational qualifications also known as statements of results/certificates.
- Candidate’s Birth Certificate/ Age Declaration.
- A letter of good conduct written by the candidate’s Village Head. The letter can also be written by a responsible member of the Candidate’s community or a civil servant that is not below Grade Level 10 or equivalent in the private sector.
- Candidate’s certificate of Local Government of origin and also the notification of admission status slip.