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FRSC Exam Date 2018 Recruitment Exercise is Out.

The Frsc examination date for 2018 recruitment exercise has been announced. The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) computer based JAMB exam will be conducted in all listed venues below.

The aptitude test examination of FRSC 2018 recruitment exercise is scheduled to be conducted on Saturday 3rd November, 2018.

Also Read: See FRSC Exam Past Questions & Answers in Pdf Here

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The email information sent to Inspectorate and Officer cadres contains the venue, date, time of exam and required items to be taken along for the exercise.

For how to check the email for FRSC recruitment exam list of shortlisted candidates, visit the link below;
>> https://unn-edu.info/2018/09/frsc-shortlisted-candidates.html


In other FRSC News; The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Gida Mustapha has urged the state governments to set up model driving schools in their states as an antidote to curbing cases of quackery in the driving school operation in the collective efforts to restore sanity to the nation’s roads.

He gave the charge on Tuesday while declaring open the National Workshop for Driving School Operators in Nigeria at Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre, Abuja.

Represented by the Permanent Secretary, General Services Office of the SGF, Olusegun Adekunle, he expressed dismay at the level of avoidable crashes caused by poorly trained drivers and enjoined stakeholders to join hands to sanitise the operation of driving schools in the country.

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He directed that henceforth, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) must ensure that it is only those that have been properly trained and appropriately certified that are allowed to drive on the nation’s roads.

The SGF frowned at the ugly practices whereby some operators of driving schools would hack into FRSC’s portal with a view to accessing the certificates and sabotaging the licensing system of the country. This he said is unacceptable to the Federal Government and all security agencies must join hands to address the menace.

Mustapha mandated the FRSC Management to collaborate with relevant stakeholders to evolve measures that could address the malpractices, saying it they were capable of undermining the integrity of the licensing system.

While commending FRSC for being proactive in matters of road safety, the SGF directed that all necessary measures be taken to ensure that the nation’s road is rid off crashes caused by poorly trained and unlicensed drivers. He urged all drivers including the private vehicles operators to install speed limiters in their vehicles as a means of addressing speed induced crashes.

In his welcome address, the Corps Marshal of the FRSC, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi stated that the policy of Driving School Standardisation Programme was evolved as part of Management’s resolve to address issues of standardisation in the operation of driving schools in the country.

He noted that in the efforts to achieve the goals, state committee on driving schools are set up to deal with issues of monitoring and recommendation of the driving schools for accreditation to ensure that the highest standard is observed by all operators licensed to operate.

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