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Jamb Subject Combination for Mechanical Engineering (WAEC & DE) Requirements

Jamb Subject Combination for Mechanical Engineering (WAEC & DE) Requirements

Jamb Subject Combination for Mechanical Engineering

Hello Readers, In this article, I will share more light on Jamb and WAEC subject combination for Mechanical Engineering with Direct Entry Requirement. Firstly, What is Subject Combination? It is a list of subjects that include both compulsory and optional subjects. However, It is compulsory for a student to have a knowledge of the required subject combination for the course he or she wants to study in the institution.

Subject Combination is also a factor that denied students for studying his decide course in the university aside from not scoring the minimum cut off mark of such course. Once you choose the wrong subject combination for Mechanical Engineering it is either you change from Mechanical engineering to another course that goes along with the subject combination you’ve chosen or you wait for another year.

RELATED POST: JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR OTHER COURSES OFFERED IN NIGERIA UNIVERSITIES.

Jamb Subject Combination for Mechanical Engineering

To become a graduate of Mechanical engineering in any institution in Nigeria, Firstly, you have to participate in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination which is conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

This examination always comes up once in a year and the subject combination for Mechanical Engineering are:

  1. Use Of English
  2. Mathematics
  3. Chemistry
  4. Physics

Mechanical Engineering O’Level (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB) Subject Combination

Before you proceed to obtain the UTME form, you must have written or registered for any O’Level examination like WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB examination. A student willing to study this course “Mechanical Engineering” must have at least a minimum of Five (5) credit in his or her O’Level result which includes:

Direct Entry Requirement for Mechanical Engineering

ABU accepts;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ level /IJMB Passes in Mathematics and Physics.
  • ND in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum of Upper Credit aggregate and Distinction in Mathematics from an accredited institution.
  • HND with at least Lower Credit in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited institution.

ABUAD, CRUTECH, IGBINEDION, EKSU, and FUTMINNA accepts;

UNIABUJA accepts;

  • HND lower credit or ND upper credit in Mechanical Engineering from accredited institutions plus UTME requirements.

BELLS accepts;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Mathematics, Physics/Chemistry.
  • ND/HND upper credit in Mechanical Engineering.

UNIBEN accepts;

CARITAS, PHC and NDU

  • No Direct Entry.

COOU accepts;

  • ND/HND lower credit in Mechanical Engineering and at least ‘O’ Level pass in English Language.

ESUTECH does not accept ND lower credit for Direct Entry.

FUNAAB accepts;

  • ‘A’ Level passes in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, or equivalents.
  • ND upper credit in Mechanical Engineering or relevant programmes.

FUTA accepts;

  • OND upper credit, NCE technical, and HND in Mech. Engineering
  • GCE (Advanced Level) or equivalent passes at one sitting with at least 6 points in at least two of the following subjects: Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics.

FUTO requires;

  • At least two ‘A’ Level passes not below Grade C in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
  • ND/HND at Upper Credit level in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology or Engineering.
  • First Degree in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, or Engineering.
  • Very good passes in three JUPEB subjects namely Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. It does not accept NCE.

UI accepts;

  • As in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering.

UNILORIN accepts;

  • A’Level IJMB or approved equivalent Pass in Mathematics, (Pure or/and Applied), Physics, and Chemistry with a minimum of 10 points.
  • OND (Upper Credit) in Relevant Discipline with at least one-year post-diploma experience.
  • First Degree from Physical Sciences at Second Class Lower Division may be admitted into 200 Level.
  • HND in relevant Engineering discipline at Distinction or Upper Credits level from a recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology after NYSC may be considered for upgrading to 300 Level.
  • First Degree Honours in Engineering discipline may be admitted into 300 Level of any other Engineering programme.

UNIJOS requires;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Mathematics and Physics. Accepts ND credit in Mechanical Engineering in addition to ‘O’ Level credit pass in Mathematics.

LAUTECH and UNIBEN accepts;

LASU accepts;

  • ND distinction or HND upper credit into 200 level.
  • HND distinction into 300 level.

LAUTECH accepts;

  • Agricultural Science in lieu of Biology.

MAUTY accepts;

  • GCE `A’ level credits pass in relevant subjects which include Maths, Physics, Chemistry, and Tech. Drawing.
  • OND/HND with a minimum of lower credit in Mechanical Engineering and any relevant field.
  • IJMB 7 points minimum in English, Physics, Chemistry/Mathematics.

FUTMINNA accepts;

  • ND/HND lower credits in relevant courses.

NDA requires;

  • The other Science subject from Technical Drawing, Further Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

NDU, MAKURDI, and UNN accepts;

OAU accepts;

  • ND/HND upper credit in Mechanical Engineering to Part II and III appropriately.

OAU, BAYERO, and FUTA

  • Do not accept NCE Technical.

OOU accepts;

  • ND/HND in relevant programmes.

ABUAD accepts;

UMUDIKE and LAUTECH accepts;

  • ND/HND upper credit into 200 and 300 levels respectively.

UNN accepts;

  • Same as in Agricultural and Bioresources Engineering.

UNIUYO accepts;

CARITAS requires;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics plus ‘O’ Level credit pass in the English Language.
  • ND, NCE Technical or HND in Mechanical Engineering for Direct Entry.

RSUST accepts:

  • HND (Lower Credit) in relevant discipline.
  • OND/ND (Upper Credit) in relevant disciplines.
  • At least three (3) ‘A’ level passes at GCE in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

EUI accepts;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
  • OND/HND not below credit level.
  • Very good passes in JUPEB/IJMB Subjects: Literature in English and two (2) Arts or Social Sciences.
  • B.Sc. in the relevant field not below Second Class Lower.

DELSU requires;

  • GCE ‘A’ Level passes in Mathematics, Physics, and chemistry or equivalent.
  • Merit in DELSU Diploma in Engineering
  • ND in Engineering from Polytechnics with a grade not below than Upper Credit.

FUOYE requires;

  • Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

FUPRE requires;

  • ‘A’ Level passes in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

UNILAG accepts;

  • Very good passes in three JUPEB/A’ Level subjects: Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry.
  • ‘A’ level Cambridge HND/ND (Upper Credit) in related Engineering courses.

PHC accepts;

  • Three (3) Advanced level GCE or HSC or JUPEB or IJMB passes in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, including UTME entry requirements.
  • OND (upper credit) in the relevant discipline from a recognized and COREN accredited institution including UTME entry requirements.
  • HND (lower credit) in the relevant discipline from a recognized and COREN accredited institution with two (2) years working experience requirements

LANDMARK requires;

  • Two (2) A-Level passes in Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry

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JAMB Geography Syllabus For UTME Exam 2020/21 Read & Download PDF

JAMB Geography Syllabus For UTME Exam 2020/21 Read & Download PDF.

Jamb geography Syllabus

Jamb Geography Syllabus, Hello Viewer in this article i would like to share the latest & updated syllabus for Jamb Geography, Are you among those that are getting prepared for the upcoming UTME examination if yes, have you been searching for Jamb Geography Syllabus if yes, then i guess this article is for you:

Are you participating in 2020/21 United Tertiary Matriculation Examination, then start prepare now, without wasting much of you time i will highlight the first step you need to take:

  1. Choice a course
  2. Make research on the course
  3. Search for the O’level requirement of the course
  4. Then Lastly, make research on Jamb Subject combination of the course if Geography subject is among then you are good to go.

Jamb Geography Syllabus General Requirement.

The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) syllabus in Geography is to prepare the candidates for the Board’s examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the course objectives, which are to:

  1. handle and interpret topographical maps, statistical data and diagrams and basic field survey;
  2. demonstrate knowledge of man’s physical and human environment and how man lives and earns a living on earth surface with special reference to Nigeria and Africa;
  3. show understanding of the interrelationship between man and his environment;
  4. apply geographical concepts, skills and principles to solving problems.

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Jamb Geography Syllabus Topics 2020/2021

I. PRACTICAL GEOGRAPHY

  1. Scale and measurement distances, areas reduction and enlargement, directions,
    bearings and gradients with reference to topographical maps.
  2. Map reading and interpretation; drawing of cross profiles, recognition of intervisibility, recognition and description of physical and human features and relationship as depicted on topographical maps.
  3. Interpretation of statistical data; maps and diagrams
  4. Elementary Surveying chain and prismatic, open and close traverse, procedure, problems, advantages and disadvantages.

II. PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

  1. The earth as a planet
    • The earth in the solar system, rotation and revolution;
    • The shape and size of the earth
    • Latitudes and distances, longitudes and time;
    • The structure of the earth (internal and external).
  2. Rocks
    • Types and characteristics
    • Modes of formation
    • Uses of rocks
  3. Landforms
    • processes; earth movements (faulting, folding, earthquakes, volcanicity),
      erosion, transportation and deposition.
    • Modifying agents; water (surface and Underground) wind and sea waves;
    • Types of landforms associated with the Processes and agents specified above
      (Karst topography, plains fold mountains, faulted landforms, volcanic mountains, deltas, river terraces, barchans seifs and zeugens).
  4. Water Bodies
    • Oceans and seas (world distribution, salinity and uses);
    • Ocean currents – types, distribution, causes and effects;
    • Lakes – types, distribution and uses.
  5. Weather and Climate
    • Concept of weather and climate
    • Elements of weather and climate
    • Factors controlling weather and climate (pressure, air, mass, altitude, continentality and winds);
    • Classification of climate (Greek and Koppen).
    • Major climate types (Koppen), their Characteristics and distribution.
    • Measuring and recording weather parameters and instruments used.
  6. Vegetation
    • Factors controlling growth of plants
    • The concept of vegetation e.g. plant communities and succession
    • Major types of vegetation, their characteristics and distribution,
    • Impact of human activities on vegetation.
  7. Soils
    • Definition and properties
    • Factors and processes of formation
    • Soil profiles
    • Major tropical types, their characteristics, distribution and uses;
    • Impact of human activities on soils.
  8. Environmental Resources;
    • Types of resources (atmospheric, land, soil, Vegetation and minerals);
    • The concept of renewable and non-renewable resources;
  9. Environmental interaction:
    • Land ecosystem
    • Environmental balance and human interaction
  10. Environmental: hazards
    • Natural hazards (droughts, earth-quakes, volcanic eruptions, flooding)
    • Man-induced (soil erosion, Deforestation, pollution, flooding Desertification)
    • Effects, prevention and control of hazards.

III. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

  1. Population
    • World population with particular reference to the Amazon Basin, N.E. U.S.A., India, Japan and the West Coast of Southern African.
    • Characteristics – birth and death rates, ages/sex structure.
    • Factors and patterns of population distribution;
    • Factors and problems of population growth;
  2. Settlement with particular reference to Western Europe, Middle East and West Africa;
    • Types and patterns: Rural and Urban, Dispersed, nucleated and linear;
    • Rural settlement: classification, factors of growth and functions;
    • Urban settlement – classification, factors for growth and functions.
    • Problems of urban centres
    • Interrelationship between rural and urban settlements.
  3. Selected economic activities
    • Types of economic activities: primary, secondary and tertiary;
    • Manufacturing industries, types, locational factors, distribution and socioeconomic importance and problems of industrialization in tropical Africa.
    • Transportation and Communication types, roles in economic development and
      communication in tropical Africa.
    • World trade-factors and pattern of world trade, major commodities (origin,
      routes and destinations).

IV. REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
A. Nigeria

  1. Broad outline
    • Location, position, size, political division – (states) and peoples;
    • Physical settling: geology, relief, landform, climate and drainage, vegetation and soils;
    • Population: size, distribution, migration, (types, problems and effects);
    • Natural Resources: types (minerals, soils, Water, vegetation etc) distribution, uses and Conservation;
    • Agricultural Systems: the major crops produced, problems of agricultural development in Nigeria.
    • Manufacturing Industries: factors of location, types of products, marketing
      and problems associated with manufacturing;
    • Transportation and trade: modes of transportation and their relative
      advantages and disadvantages, regional and international trade.
  2. Geographical Regions of Nigeria
    • Eastern Highlands;
    • Eastern Scarpland;
    • Northern Central Highland
    • Western Highlands;
    • Sokoto Plains;
    • Niger-Benue trough;
    • Cross River Basin;
    • Southern Coastland each region analysed under the following sub-headings: physical setting (relief,drainage etc) people, population and settlements, modes of exploitation of natural resources, transportation and
      problems of development.

B. The Rest of Africa:

  1. Africa on broad outline;
    • Location, size, position, political settings (relief, drainage, climate
      type, Vegetation type etc).
    • Distribution of major minerals
  2. Selected Topics
    • Lumbering in equatorial Africa with particular reference to Cote d’voire
      (Ivory Coast) and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
    • Irrigation Agriculture in the Nile and Niger Basin;
    • Plantation Agriculture in West and East Africa
    • Fruit Farming in the Mediterranean Regions of Africa.
    • Mineral Exploitation
      – Gold mining in South Africa
      – Copper mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
      – Crude oil production in Algeria and Libya
    • Population Distribution in West Africa
    • International Economic Cooperation in West Africa, e.g. ECOWAS

Jamb Geography Syllabus Recommended  Textbook

Adeleke, B.O. and Leong, G.C. (1999). Certificate Physical and Human Geography (West African Edition), Ibadan: Oxford.
Bradshaw, M. name(s)? (2004). Contemporary World Regional Geography, New York: McGraw Hill
Bunet, R.B and Okunrotifa, P.O. (1999). General Geography in Diagrams for West Africa, China: Longman. Collins New Secondary Atlas, Macmillan
Fellman, D. name(s)? (2005). Introduction to Geography (Seventh Edition) New York: McGraw Hill
Getis, A. name(s)? (2004). Introduction to Geography (Ninth Edition) New York: McGraw Hill
Iloeje, N. P (1999). A New Geography of West Africa, Hong Kong: Longman
Iloeje, N.P (1982). A New Geography of Nigeria (New Education), Hong Kong: London
Nimaku, D.A. (2000). Map Reading of West Africa, Essex: Longman.
Okunrotifa, P.O. and Michael S. (2000). A Regional Geography of Africa (New Edition), Essex: London.
Udo, R.K (1970). Geographical Regions of Nigeria, London: Longman.
Waugh, D. (1995). Geography an Integrated Approach (Second Edition), China: Nelson
Wisdomline Pass at Once JAMB.

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