Starford University graduates over 300 students

By William Madouk At least 367 students, on Saturday, graduated from Starford International University, South Sudan in various fields of study. The grandaunts were from fields of Computer sciences, Law, economics, management and school of journalism among others. They were awarded with diplomas and bachelor’s degrees during the third convocation that[Read More…]

SOUTH SUDAN: Academics sound alarm over school syllabus errors

By William Madouk Garang Mathematics academics at the University of Juba have expressed concern over series of errors and technical mistakes in the newly unified South Sudan General Education Curriculum (SSGEC). The academicians from the department of mathematics, School of Education at the University of Juba, said the new syllabus[Read More…]

Schools imposing heavy charges to candidates face punitive measures

By Taban Tom Henry The National Examination Council has on Wednesday warned schools imposing heavy examination charges to candidates preparing to sit for the 2022-2023 examination threatening them with severe punitive measures. Addressing the media in a joint press briefing, the Secretary General for the National Examination Council Simon Nyok[Read More…]

Education experts urge girls to be committed to learning  

By Bida Elly David Education experts have called on young girls in education institutions to commit themselves to learn amid continuous changes that the world is undergoing to enable them abstain from dependency. This development came during the welcoming ceremony of first year students at Juba Secondary School recently accompanied[Read More…]

Police detain three protesting students

By Chol Makol Riak At least three protesting students from Dr. John Garang Memorial University have been detained by the police on Tuesday. Early this month, the university’s administration ordered some of the students to repeat the same classes, an order which led to protest where the students closed the[Read More…]