BECE: Anambra govt commits to zero exam malpractice


The Anambra State Government has expressed commitment to zero malpractice in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in the state.
The Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, said this on Friday while monitoring some of the examination centres in the state.

Chuma-Udeh said the ultimate goal of Gov. Chukwuma Soludo’s administration was to produce a school environment devoid of malpractices and to raise children who are skilful and technologically empowered to face the world.
“Anambra State education system has been recording zero malpractice in examinations such as the West African Examinations Council, the National Examinations Council and other exams.

“We were able to achieve the feat because we have stamped out corruption from the education sector in the state,” she said.
Chuma-Udeh said the BECE Monitoring team from the Federal Ministry of Education also visited the state to monitor the conduct of the examination.
“They are here to ensure conformity in all educational spaces in the nation and to ensure all due processes are observed in the exercise.
“The visit was also to ensure there are no irregularities in the conduct of the exams.
“Anambra State is above board when it comes to examination. I’m assuring them of zero examination malpractice,” she said.

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