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  • 2017 Jerusalem pilgrimage: 4,370 medical doctors write CBT exam
  • ABUJA —A total of 4,370 medical doctors, who
    applied to work in this year’s Christians
    pilgrimage in Jerusalem, yesterday, wrote
    Computer Based Test, CBT, examination across
    the country.
    The examination conducted by the Joint
    Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, in
    conjunction with the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim
    Commission, NCPC, took place in six zones of
    the country and Abuja.
    But the examination body said the questions set
    for the doctors were drawn by Medical Council
    of Nigeria, explaining that it merely moderated
    the questions in a bid to ensure what it called
    “fairness.”
    Of the number, according to JAMB, only 250
    doctors will be selected based on performance
    in the examination to participate in the religious
    exercise.
    JAMB’s Director of Special Duties, Olujide Adisa,
    while speaking during the exercise in Abuja,
    disclosed that a total of 4,370 medical doctors,
    who applied to work during the year’s Christian
    pilgrimage, were writing the examination.
    Speaking further on why JAMB was handling the
    exercise, Adisa said: “We are to ensure that the
    questions follow the international standard. Our
    core duty is testing and we do more than
    conducting examination into higher institution,
    we do consultancy services too. “
    Also speaking in Abuja, Mr David Atuwo, an
    NCPC board member and Deputy Director,
    Federal Ministry of Health, said the selection
    system was an improvement based on merit
    rather than bias.
    He explained why the commission chose
    JAMB’s CBT for the examination: “The beauty
    of the CBT selection is that immediately you
    finish the exams, you have your score. You
    can’t deny your score because the system is
    there for verification. “
    Atuwo disclosed that token of application fees
    were paid by the applicant doctors, explaining
    that doctors paid a bit more than the nurses for
    the examination.

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