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Over 97000 fail PLE exams

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The results of the 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations released on Friday indicated that at least 97000 pupils failed the exams and will have to repeat the class. Presenting the results at State House Nakasero, the UNEB Executive Director, Dan. N. Odongo said of the 832654 …

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Exam bodies seek more funding in new financial year

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Examinations boards under the Department of Business Technical Vocational Education and Training (BTVET) have courted Parliament’s Education and Sports Committee for more funding in the  2023/2024 Financial Year. The Committee chaired by John Twesigye Ntamuhira received the proposed budget estimates for the boards on …

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UNEB: Continuous assessment now part of O’Level exams

After a 3 year delay, UNEB to start receiving continuous assessment scores Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB has finalized mechanisms that will be used by schools to transmit students’ school-based assessments under the new lower secondary curriculum. Unlike the old curriculum, which relied solely on …

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Bukalasi SS economics students fail to turn up for UACE

Bududa, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Three senior six candidates of Bukalasi Secondary School in Bududa district failed to show up on Monday for their Economics paper on day one of the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education Examinations-UACE. The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) began conducting UACE for all A’ level candidates beginning …

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KIU criticized for move to deny pregnant students exams

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Parliament has criticized the move by Kampala International University (KIU) to stop female nurses and mid wives from sitting for the national examination on grounds of pregnancy. In a memo presented to Parliament by Sarah Opendi, Tororo District MP, KIU was quoted to have instructed …

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UNEB: School directors remanded over examination malpractices

Kamuli, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Kamuli grade one magistrate, Aisha Nabukeera, on Friday remanded Moses Kamya, the director of Mustard Seed Senior Secondary School and the director of studies, Hawali Muledu, to Kamuli government prisons, over abetting examination malpractice. Their school is located within Busoota zone, in Southern …

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