Students warned against examination malpractices

Government officials posing for a group photo after the ringing of the bell at Juba Technical School by the Vice President for Service Cluster Hussein Abdulbagi Akol (fifth left)  as student kick start SSCSE examination (photo: Taban Henry

By Taban Henry

The Government of the Republic of South Sudan has warned students sitting for the secondary examination against examination malpractices.

This was revealed on Wednesday during the official launching of the kickoff of the South Sudan Certificate for Secondary Examination.

Addressing the students during the occasion, the Vice President for Service Cluster Hussein Abdelbagi Akol appealed to the candidates to help fight examination malpractices.

He encouraged students to sit for all the examinations and work hard with faith and integrity.

“We need not to cheat because what you will get today is what you have been taught. We need you to champion the intellectuals of this country and you must do this with integrity and honesty,” he said.

He hailed the role played by education partners particularly UNICEF who has been supporting education in particular.

“I would like to appreciate the national minister of education and all the teams in the education sector for the work they have done to make this day possible. I am appealing to the candidates to make government and partner’s efforts count by performing the best in the examination,” he added.

Meanwhile Governor Emmanuel Adil Anthony advises students to manage time adding that managing time during the examination is one of the secrets of passing examinations.

He stated that determination and time contributes to each of the particular question in your paper for you not to have a problem.

“I want to advise you to keep time, with determination you will pass the examination, the future of our nation is education and through education our country will prosper and we are determined on that line and to you the students I want to wish you the best of luck and I believe that you’re going to pass with flying colors,” he said.

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