Unlike in the past where candidates’ marks were transferred from various marking centers across the country to UNEB offices in Kyambogo where they would be entered in a data base manually, under the new system marks are entered into the database from the different marking cites.
According to the report, the search committee arrived at the candidates after a series of activities that included shortlisting, assessing candidates’ documents, review of Human Resource record, candidates’ profiles and face-to-face interviews as well as public presentations.
Schools like Kabojja Junior School where parents last year petitioned UNEB citing under marking, had 205 in Division one of which 19 scored aggregates four. In 2018, the school had no candidate with aggregate 4.
Joyce Namulindwa, the proprietor of Halleluiah Beauty Centre, says there are a lot of products on the market that don’t clearly state what they treat and lack brand names. “Such products cannot directly be displayed in a shop where they are being sold,” she said.
The two were among the 400 students who had been implicated in falsifying their results in the university’s online results management system, by the Adhoc Examinations Irregularities and malpractice committee.
In several comments posted on social media and those directed directly to the organizing committee members, concerned members, said the church had a lot of unfunded priorities, saying there is no justification to spend the said amount on a ‘dine and wine function’.
In a September 17th, 2019 circular to head teachers, the UNEB Executive Secretary, Dan N. Odong, says they have noted with concern the increasing cases of falsified claims of missing exams by head teachers even when there is sufficient documentary evidence indicating that the affected candidates actually never sat the examination