As a newly admitted student, after clearance and verification, you are required to submit a verified certificate as part of the documents needed to open Faculty files.
Many freshers have been asking what the verified certificate is as there is no single document bearing that name.
During the faculty file opening, you will submit the following documents: online course registration form, medical report, local government area identification letter, birth certificate/age declaration, letter of attestation x (2), school fees receipt, verified certificate, statutory declaration, student’s personal data form, certificate of clearance, acceptance form, letter of provisional admission, application form, jamb admission letter and jamb result.
What Is Verified Certificate?
The verified certificate is the confirmed o’level result you submit to the Department. During verification, you are required to submit your o’level result/certificate to the department with a scratch card to enable the Department login to the website of the body who issued the certificate like WAEC or NECO so that they can confirm your certificate.
Once the officer in charge confirm your certificate that it is authentic, he/she stamp and sign on your certificate. This copy of o’level result that is stamped and signed is the verified certificate.
You are required to photocopy all your documents in 4 copies each and take to the faculty for the file opening.
For detailed information on Faculty file opening, kindly visit the page below. The list of documents needed and their descriptions are well described.