Federal University Of Technology (FUTO) 2010/2011 Post UTME Results Released

Federal University Of Technology (FUTO) 2010/2011 Post UTME Results Released
Futo 2010/2011 Post UTME results have been released.
Candidates that wrote the screening examination can check their results by following the procedure below.
The steps hsve to be followed carefully.

There are 3 major steps to check your result, they are;

STEP ONE

Go to http://www.digipay.com.ng
At the bottom left hand side under the “SIGNUP NOW, click on the button “Click Here” to open the New User Registration form
Follow the instruction and complete the New User Registration Form, note that all fields are compulsory
Enter your JAMB registration number as your username and enter a password
Make sure you enter correct and active email address because you will need it to activate your account, this is very important
Click on “SIGN UP NOW” to submit
Follow the instruction to activate your account; check your email and click on the link sent to your box to activate your account.
Once you have activated the account on the site , click on “LOG IN NOW”
Enter your username (i.e. your JAMB registration number) and password, then the displayed turning number and click “LOGIN NOW”
This will log into your DigiPay account, at this stage, your account balance will be N0.00
Complete the general information form as required, for Postal Code, please use any number, e.g. 101001
Click on “Change Now” to Submit
You can Click on “Account Review” to see your account details or select any option from the left hand site to walk around
Make sure you log out once you are through, the Log Out button is at the bottom left hand side menu.
Email would have sent to your email box with your username and password as confirmation of your account activation.

STEP TWO

Go to the bank
Make payment of N1,000
Ensure you use your DigiPay username (your JAMB Registration number) as your Depositor’s Name. This is very important as this is the only way to trace your payment and update your DigiPay Account.
Wait for about 48 hours (2 days) for the payment to reflect in your DigiPay account
Your DigiPay account balance is now N1,000.00

Approved Banks
Please pay the sum of One Thousand Naira (N1,000.00) only into the Federal University of Technology, Owerri POST UTME’s Account in any of the branches of the following banks;

Intercontinental Bank Plc
Account Name: FUTO POST-UME
Account Number: 0340100000000380

II. FUTO Microfinance Bank
Account Name: FUTO POST-UME
Account Number: 1447
STEP THREE

Go to http://futo.enigeria.biz
Click on Result menu on the left had side
Select your department
Now you have to register again as new user, Click on New User to fill the registration form
User your JAMB registration number as username
You will be automatically logged in once your registration is successful
Enter the required information; i.e, your JAMB Registration Number
Click View
Click on “Make Payment by DigiPay” button
On the DigiPay page that will load, enter your username (JAMB Registration number) and password
Enter the turning number
Click CONTINUE
Click CHECKOUT to continue
IF payment is successful, you will be taken back to the Exam Result Page
Follow the instruction to display your Result
You can either print the result of send it by email
Click log out after you are done
You can always come back to check the same result for free up to 10 times by simply log into the site with your username and password.

11 Comments

  • i hae payed #1000for checking of my screenresult, but up till nown i have mnot been cradited,over two weeks . I have also activated my digipay account since then. My tellar number is 0131029, My depositor name is 05427137dd(Egwuagu chinedu.s).I want to check my result.plaese i need your help.

  • I hav paid #1,000 over 2 weeks and i hav nt been creditd.i dnt knw what 2 do again,i’m cnfuse.my depositor is 05003580BB

  • I passed both the jame n aptitude test,up till now i dnt no wether my name is out or not.hlp me pls?my no is 05007622aa

  • MY RESULT IS NOT YET OUT IN THE RESULT CHECKER FUTO 2012/2013 SESSION WHAT AM I TO DO ABOUT IT PLEASE HOW CAN AN INDIVIDUAL SCORE ZERO IN AN EXAMINATION IS NOT POSSIBLE CURSE I KNOW WHAT I WROTE THAT VERY DAY THIS ARE MY DOCUMENT
    NAME: ONONUJU INNOCENT IFEANYI
    REG NO: 26473098DI
    COURSE: CHEMICAL ENGR
    SITE NO: 04
    PLEASE I NEED THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS

  • State of our education system
    By ozougwu Reginald Ifeanyi

    In Nigeria, education continues to be tuned to the advantage of wealthier city people who have better chances of converting it into real jobs. This is exacerbated by poor facilities in rural areas. The process begins in primary school where children spend 6 years learning biblical and islamic studies studies, english language, mathematics, science, and an ethnic language according to geographical location (there are 3). At primary schools in cities, they may study computer science, french and art too. At the end of the first phase of their education children sit for their common entrance examination to study further.
    The first 3 of 6 years of secondary education take place at junior secondary school which may be privately or state funded. Education is intended to be free although most state-owned institutions requite their students to purchase their books and uniforms, something which may be impossible for the poorest people.

    It is during the three years of senior secondary school that the die is finally cast for the next generation in Nigeria. Tuition at elite private high schools is superb by any standards, and students write gce o levels just to prepare for their senior secondary school exams. Things are very different at rural secondary schools. Teachers are often undereducated and ill-prepared and schools may run out of allocated funds. Young people who do make it through the system still have a long struggle before them, if they are to truly succeed in life. Some do though.
    Vocational Education
    It has been said that vocational education and job training is the missing link in Nigeria’s development plan. Certainly in rural areas facilities and motivation are sparse, for what is there afterwards but a life in fields for most. Those who drift to cities are fortunate enough to find work at all. Those who do acquire a trade are frequently children of the elite too. The government has plans in place to address this reality. In the meantime, little has been done to develop export markets for manufactured goods and create skilled work.

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