I remember last year session(2014/2015) did theirs in December. I posted the timtable on December 18th to be precise and this was after their final enrollment.
What is even data capturing sef?
Data capturing is an excercise wherebye machines takes your datas such as personal infos and finger prints for the purpose of personal identification and ID cards.
Reports reaching me states that many of the new students have been roaming up and down the entire university looking for where to do data capturing hence the reason why am writing this post to clarify….
The data capturing processes will be an orderly one. Normally Unilag will post the timetable few days to the process. Details such as schedule dates, faculty/dept and time will be posted and you will find the details here at UnilagAdmissionGuide.com.
For reference, take a look at last year’s timetable HERE.
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