Monitoring of End of Year examinations
The Governor wrapped up his supervision tour of the end of year examinations with a satisfactory note.
The Governor of the North-West Region, today wrapped up his 02 days supervision tour of the end of year examinations with a satisfactory note.
On Monday June 19th, the Governor accompanied by his Etat-major, visited some schools in Menchum Division including GHS Befang which accomodates some 3 centres with an average of 40% of students who registered for the GCE O'Levels writing the exams and 35% for the A'Levels sitting in.
At GHS Wum was a similar scenario but for the fact that the school has a special centre.
The Governor’s next stop was in GBHS Wum, which accommodates 8 centres with students of the French subsystem of education also writing the exams.
The Governor was accompanied by the Regional Delegates of Basic and Secondary Education for the North-West Region, Mr WANDENG NDONG and Mr MOMBAKWED Victor respectively. So far no hitches have been reported as the exams are taking place in tight security.
On day 2 of the tour, Governor LELE LAFRIQUE visited some schools in BUI and DONGA MANTUNG divisions where the turnout was encouraging. His first stop was in GBHS Kumbo, which accommodates 12 centres and a special centre for the blinds and GBHS Kimbo which habours some 7 centres. Statistics indicated that 50% of the students who registered were writing the GCE A and O levels. It is worth nothing that the Probatoire exam kicked off today in the Region hitch free.
In DONGA MATUNG Division, was a peaceful environment as the Governor moved from centre to centre, classroom to classroom, encouraging the students for being patriotic and embracing the odds. The n°1 of the Region visited 2 accommodation centres; GBHS Ndu and GBHS Nkambe with an overall percentage of 45% of students who registered for the GCE, sitting in.