Family members, friends, classmates, and loved ones could not hold on to their tears when the lifeless body of a young boy who is very well known in their community was laid to rest. The entire funeral ground was full of mourners who could not control their tears, the mother of the deceased was held by the mourners when it was time to take a look at the lifeless body of her son.
The results of Francisca Lamini of Keta Senior High Technical School, a female finalist in the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), have been revealed by the West African Examination Council (WAEC). While in second year, she took the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) – Private (NOV/DEC) in 2020.
The Conference of Heads of Private Senior High Schools in Ghana CHOPSS national congress was marked successfully at Madina-Accra within the premises of Action Secondary Technical School yesterday, 26th November 2021. The National Congress was organised to elect new executives whom are supposed to steer the affairs for CHOPSS across the four corners of Ghana for the next two years.
The Head of the National Office of WAEC, Mrs Wendy Addy-Lamptey has revealed that teachers employed as invigilators in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) are rather assisting candidates in examination malpractices at the examination centres. Speaking in an interview with Graphic newspaper, Mrs. Addy-Lamptey advised candidates to be independent and quit relying on others for assistance in the examination halls.
The Management of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), has released an official statement concerning the latest status of the 2021 WASSCE. In a press release signed by Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe , the Head of Public Affairs for the Head of National Office on Friday 19th November 2021 it states that; The West African Examinations Council wishes to update its numerous publics on the West African Senior School Certificate Examination for School Candidates, 2021.
The West African Examination Council has quickly reacted to a document circulating on social media platforms about the release of the provisional results of the just ended 2021 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination. The examination body has come under a lot of criticisms in various angles but has taken steps to clean up its name from all the allegations.
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The ongoing exercise to recruit new personnel into the Ghana Police Service to shore up the numbers for effective policing to ensure law and order, moves to the next phase, tomorrow, Sunday, November 14, with the taking of written test by qualified applicants. This follows the release of the results of applicants who underwent body screening and had their documents (birth and academic certificates) verified.
Recent images of the young man whose speech went viral years ago have been unearthed. At the time, a young guy who was a candidate for an examination predicted that his school would do well in the national exams. The BECE is currently under progress, with six papers already completed.
It's been barely over a month since the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) candidates finished writing their final SHS exams. The examination body, West African Examination Council (WAEC) has informed the general public about the release of the provisional results for the just ended WASSCE.
The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) commences in two days and the examining body has come out bold and clear that the rampant leakages of examination questions which takes place every year in BECE and WASSCE is going to end this time round. The head of Public Relations of WAEC, Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe told the Ghana News Agency that its outfit is confident that there would not be any leakage of examination questions in the yet to be written papers.
About 571,894 final-year junior high school (JHS) students are beginning their Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) from today, Monday, November 15 and total of 531,707 and 517,332 sat for the paper in 2020 and 2019 respectively. A statement that was made by the Head of Public Relations of the Ghana Education Service, Mrs. Cassandra Twum Ampofo, pleaded with candidate to no engage in any form of malpractices.
2021 BECE: NKWANTA-NORTH DCE caution candidates against examination malpractice. The Nkwanta North Chief Executive (DCE), Mr. Williams Nawugma Kidinang, has cautioned candidates writing the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) against examination malpractices. According to the DCE, people who engaged in examination malpractices face the full rigorous of the law after the cancellation of their papers.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) began the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in all the various examination centers across the country. The officials of WAEC have been touring all the centers to combat any examination malpractice that may arise out of the process.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said it had implemented strict security measures to prevent this year's Basic Education Examination Document (BECE) from leaking. According to WAEC, employees at the National Bureau of Intelligence (NIB) have overseen the production process - printing, sorting, and packaging of paper - and are confident there will be no leaks.
HON. LOUISA IRIS AEDE (MUNICIPAL CHIEF EXECUTIVE FOR JOMORO) VISITS B.E.C.E EXAMINATION CENTRES IN HER MUNICIPALITY On Monday, November 15, 2021, the Hon. Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Jomoro visited the B.E.C.E Candidates who are writing their first External Examinations to encourage them and wished them well in their examination.
Security persons' of West African Examination Council in collaboration with the National Security, has arrested 11 teachers and a headmaster over alleged malpractice in the 2021 basic education certificate examination which took off throughout the country. 12 were picked up at 2 examination centers in the Offinso municipality in the Ashanti Region Senase Roman Catholic Basic School in Berekum in the Bono Region.
On the 13th of November 2021, Ghanaians wept bitterly when information reached the media that 8 bece candidates has been found dead, after their boat capsized. A junior high school in the saboba district in the northern region of Ghana has lost ten students which eight of them has been found dead.
Junior High School graduates who just completed the Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE) have been advised to stay alert and desist from all forms of actions that could derail their future plans. They have, also been urged to support their parents and guardians as they wait for their results. Madam Mary Posch Oduro, NPP National Treasurer hopeful gave the advise in an interview with Koforidua based Bryt fm on the completion of their junior high education last Friday. Commending the candidates for showing
10 BECE candidates have been reported dead after boat they were using to cross the Oti river capsized on Friday, 12th November, 2021 at Saboba District of Northern Region. Report has it that, the final year Junior High School students were asked to work on their teacher's farm and coming back from the farm they unfortunately met the untimely death.