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Education Ministry P R Monitors BECE Centers In Tema

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Mr. Ernest Akosah , the Deputy Public Relations Officer ( PRO) for the Ministry of Education, has paid  a working visit to some  BECE  centers in the Tema and Krowor (Nungua) municipal Assemblies in the Greater Accra region.

According to him, the visit  forms part of his core mandate to abreast himself with the centers and for that matter see to how pupils  conduct themselves in the course of the   examination and  to respond to the emerging issues when the need arises.

He stated that, the tour of the centers commenced at the Tema Senior High school which is made up of three  centres from  TEMASCO and continued to Nungua SHS with three  centres.

He encouraged the the candidates to eschew any form of examination malpractices that could affect their chances of accessing free SHS, and entreated  to adhere strictly to the rules and regulations governing the conduct and administration of the examination.

He also cautioned the supervisors and invigilators not to allow themselves to be influenced unjustifiably with money to condone examination malpractices to ensure that the candidates come out with a genuine results devoid of examination results cancellation which could endangered candidates future aspirations.

 

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Education Ministry P R Monitors BECE Centers In Tema

278

Mr. Ernest Akosah , the Deputy Public Relations Officer ( PRO) for the Ministry of Education, has paid  a working visit to some  BECE  centers in the Tema and Krowor (Nungua) municipal Assemblies in the Greater Accra region.

According to him, the visit  forms part of his core mandate to abreast himself with the centers and for that matter see to how pupils  conduct themselves in the course of the   examination and  to respond to the emerging issues when the need arises.

He stated that, the tour of the centers commenced at the Tema Senior High school which is made up of three  centres from  TEMASCO and continued to Nungua SHS with three  centres.

He encouraged the the candidates to eschew any form of examination malpractices that could affect their chances of accessing free SHS, and entreated  to adhere strictly to the rules and regulations governing the conduct and administration of the examination.

He also cautioned the supervisors and invigilators not to allow themselves to be influenced unjustifiably with money to condone examination malpractices to ensure that the candidates come out with a genuine results devoid of examination results cancellation which could endangered candidates future aspirations.