An Accredited Examination body that offers National exams in the SAISSCE, Tahfeez and Science Curriculum
About National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies (NBAIS)
The National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies (NBAIS) has gone through thick and thin. It was founded by Alhaji Sir, Ahmadu Bello Sardauna of Sokoto in 1960. Subsequently, it was transfered to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 1969.The Board has undergone series of positive transformation. Firstly, as a Board for the Northern part of Nigeria only with few Schools and Colleges under its tutelage. Currently, with the recognition and approval of National Council on Education (NCE) at its 57th meeting held at Sokoto in February, 2011, the Board as a National Examination and Regulatory Body covers the whole nation with over 900 recognized schools and colleges.
The Vision of NBAIS is to be at the frontline in realizing the ambition of the Federal Government of Nigeria in its programme for the full integration of western and Islamic Education, the promotion of Qur’anic schools and the Madrasah system of education in the country.
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The National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies in collaboration with LIQUID OCEAN NIGERIA Ltd is set to tackle the challenges of Violent Extremism as it affects our contemporary societies. This is against the backdrop of the growing waves of the monster which has...read more
The NBAIS examination timetable has been released. Please click the link below to download a copy of the timetable. Download A Copy of the Timetable Hereread more
The November/December examination time table is out and can be viewed by clicking the link here: Nov/Dec 2017 Time-tableread more
The National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies (NBAIS) has officially released the June July 2017 results. The results were officially released on the 31st of October 2017. Candidates can view their results online by going to the portal result.nbais.com.ng,...read more
The National Board for Arabic and Islamic Studies has recently concluded marking of the June/July results and are working on releasing the results to the public by the first week of November, 2017.read more