The Niger Delta University have released results for the NDU supplementary Post UTME screening exercise this week. Candidates who sat for the just concluded 2020/2021 NDU Supplementary Post UTME can now check their results online by login in to

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However, candidates who did change of institution prior to the Post UTME exercise are still finding it hard checking their results as their Jamb details have not reflected in the system.

Unofficial report is that candidates in such category should be patient while the University get their information from Jamb.

NDU Post UTME result checking cost just N520 and café profits may total the cost at N1,000

Meanwhile, reports are that the NDU have released first batch in three lists. First was Saturday 6th March, second was Monday 15th March and Monday 22nd March – all first batch.

Reports also indicates that out of 7,600 admission capacity of the university, only 700 names have been released so far – indicating a remainder of a whooping 6,900 candidates to be admitted.

In a related development, it seems the University is changing its admission orientation this session. While Jamb admission is supposed to come out first, it has delayed even after the NDU have released first batch in three lists.

It was learnt that if a candidate have been admitted, he/she is expected to go to school, verify his O’level if such newly admitted have the necessary subjects, then pay acceptance fees and process online clearance.

Unverified news have it that any newly admitted student who did not pay acceptance fees and clearance, his/her Jamb profile will not show admitted.

So, we are using this medium to advise all newly admitted students to pay their total clearance fees and school fees and ensure they secure their admission.

The University fees policy is coming hard on the freshers because regular students don’t pay fees on time, a syndrome that has largely affected managerial performance.

From stories gathered from last year, the university struggled to survive all through the pandemic and this measure from the Economists himself may just be to ensure the University is sustained through prompt payment of fees.