Steps on how to Get IMSU Clearance Form and Receipt
First step of getting Imo State University clearance form is by making the payment. You can make payment online and print the receipt. Afterwards you proceed to the school bursary immediately to get it signed or confirmed. Then you proceed to the school exams and records so as to obtain the clearance form form the school. If you find it difficult to locate the office that it is done, you can ask questions so that you will be guided.
Acceptance Fee Receipt.
Steps on how to Get IMSU Acceptance Fee Receipt.
IMSU Acceptance fee receipt is the receipt obtained in either year one (UTME candidates) or year two (Direct entry Candidates) after the acceptance fee is been paid. You are advised that you document all your receipts after payment so that it wont get loss. better still you can even scan and upload them online to avoid any damage on them. So if you had paid it then, proceed to get the receipt.
All school fees from Year one till final Year.
Requirements of payment of school fees from 100level till final Year: The requirement required payment of school from 100level till final year is your personal details which include your Matriculation Number and your full name. The payment can be made online using the current payment method which is quickteller or Remita. After you finish making payment, kindly proceed to the bursary department so as to confirm your receipts. 2018 and later amount is higher than from 2017 and below. Also note whether you are an indegene or non indegene. Non indegenes pay higher school fees higher than indegenes as well as your faculty if you are non indegene.
Jamb Original Result with Bar code.
Jamb Original result with bar code is very important in doing final year clearance. It is among the documents needed. Recall that the old Jamb original Results didn’t have barcode which is not acceptable by the bursary. Hence it is necessary to reprint it if you are using the old Jamb Original result that doesn’t have it. New JAMB Original result have bar code located at the lower right hand side. Also remember that direct entry candidates doesn’t use to have Original Jamb result with bar code.
How to Get Jamb Original Result with Bar code.
If you wish to get the Jamb Original Result with Bar code, you first need to check your name on the matriculation list. Make sure you enter your Jamb registration number very well and then once it appears, then proceed with creation of profile and enter your name correctly with the name arrangement on the Matriculation list. Hence make your payment and print your Original Jamb result. Note that Jamb result slip have your picture, Jamb subject combination with respective scores and total aggregate as well as personal details and your choice of institution with the barcode.
Check JAMB Matriculation list here>>https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/CheckMatriculationList
Jamb Original Admission Letter with Bar code.
Jamb Original Admission Letter is like proof of your admission is recognized by Jamb. Jamb means Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board. They regulate admission given among institutions in Nigeria. As mentioned for Original Jamb Result, the new one now have barcode. If you were given the previous one without barcode, it is important you go and get new one for your Final year clearance.
How to Get Jamb Original Admission Letter with Bar code.
To get Original Jamb Original Letter with barcode, you need to also follow same steps as mentioned for Jamb Original Result with Bar code.
Convocation Receipt is given to the candidate after payment for Convocation.
Statement of Result Receipt.
Statement of Result receipt is given to the candidate after payment for Statement of Result
Certificate Receipt is given to the candidate after payment for Certificate
Project Binding Receipt
Project Binding Receipt is given to the candidate after payment for Project Binding
Olevel Verification Receipt.
Olevel Verification Receipt is given to the candidate after payment for Olevel Verification
The main Olevel Verification is afterwards done in Exams and records