The Ghana Education Service (GES) has announced that the 2020 Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) will be released on Sunday, February 28.
An assertion gave by the Service on Friday said an aggregate of 494,530 competitors out of 533,693 up-and-comers qualified to be put into Senior High Schools (SHS) and Technical and Vocational Education and Training Schools (TVETS).
"A sum of 343,264 have naturally been set in one of their decisions.
"Nonetheless, 151,266 qualified applicants couldn't be coordinated with any of their decisions."
Understudies who fall in that class have been approached to go for self-arrangement from a rundown of accessible schools.
Such understudies are to get a situation PIN from an affirmed merchant and sign in to www.cssps.gov.gh and enter their index numbers in addition to '20' to submit.
Those not naturally coordinated with schools of their decision can likewise go for self-position into any school however many occasions as they wish until they take on a school.
"The executives of Ghana Education Service wishes to guarantee all understudies, particularly, the individuals who couldn't be coordinated with their decisions during the programmed position, guardians and the overall population that all schools with opening have been transferred on the entrance for understudies to choose from during self-arrangement without hitches."
Because of the seething Covid-19 pandemic, there will be no National Solutions Center to be set up, GES said in the explanation.
“Instead, the GES Call Center will be active to receive complaints and concerns.”
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