Onafowokan, a Senior Lecturer, School of Management & Social Sciences, Pan Atlantic University, Lagos, made the observation in an interview in Sango-Ota, Ogun.
He explained that such policy would make students lackadaisical and unserious.
According to him, the directive by the Senate is not good for our educational system because it will make students not to take JAMB examination seriously.
“’I think the new policy will also create room for redundancy, since they know that their JAMB result could be used to enter the university for three years,’’ he said.
Onafowokan noted that parents should be able to monitor their wards as well as put pressure on them to prepare under the present JAMB policy.
The don said that JAMB should be allowed to continue with the best ways known to it in handling the examination annually.
He said that the nation’s educational system needed policy that would improve standard of education not the one that would have adverse effects.
The Senate on Thursday in Abuja directed the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), to extend the validity of its results to a period of three years.