Schools Won’t Collect Hard Copies of Exams Due to Covid- UNEB

By Leilah Bbaale

The Uganda national examination board has revealed that heads of schools will not receive hard copies of Primary leaving examination results of their pupils immediately after release due to Covid-19 lockdown.
The minister of education, Janet Kataha will tomorrow release these results at state house Entebbe.
Uneb spokesperson, Jenipher Kalule now says that for School Administrations, results will be uploaded on the examination centre portals to enable schools download the results as they are officially released.
She says no hard copies of the results will be available at the UNEB offices for now, until a later date when conditions permit.
She adds that when that time comes, UNEB will officially inform the District, Municipal and City Inspectors of Schools to collect the hard copies of the results from UNEB offices.
A total of 749, 761 candidates from 14,300 examination Centres sat for PLE, with their performance being comparable to that of the last years.

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