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10:49
10:49

UNEB Boss Speaks Out on Registration for Candidates, Examination Process Dan Odongo 3 1

He, however, adds that even though the country has been on lockdown, UNEB will not compromise on standards and therefore he urges candidates to make sure that they use every opportunity and platform put in place by government and schools to study across the curriculum.
21:20
21:20

UNEB Introduces Electronic Data Transfer System to Eliminate Mistakes Dan Odongo 2 1

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.
10:58
10:58

Kantare Secondary School Under Fire Over Withheld Exams 4 9

According to Aturinde, he visited the school several times to get an explanation on why their results were withheld in vain.
11:17
11:17

Cabinet to Discuss Implementation of New Lower Secondary Curriculum-Janet Museveni Uganda 1 5 Top story

The Education and Sports Minister, Janet Kataaha Museveni told journalists shortly after the release of the Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board-UBTEB results on Friday, said that after the cabinet discussion, they will have to sort out their next cause of action with parliament.
16:09
16:09

Use of Random Numbers at PLE A Success- UNEB system 2 1

Last year, UNEB introduced use of random numbers to identify examination centres instead of school names. Candidates were also given codes instead of district names.
14:26
14:26

Army Leadership to Intergrate Graduate LDUs into UPDF Matia Kasaija 2 1 Top story

Major Yusuf Katamba, the UPDF First Division Spokesperson that superintends the LDUs, confirmed that the army has since established that several LDU personnel are graduates from various institution of higher learning.
07:32
07:32

PAC to Discuss Fate of 5000 Police Recruits Today Police Spokesperson 1 1 Top story

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says all the 26 teams have already presented documents of the recruits, which have been scrutnised in collaboration with Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB).
11:21
11:21

Lack of Secondary Schools Hindering Education in Ntoroko 3 1

There are only three government-owned secondary schools in the district. They are Kananara, Rwebisengo and Karugutu Secondary Schools
16:14
16:14

School Administration, Parents Clash Over Money auditor 4

Saabani Irumba, a parent who had two candidates in the school, says that he paid Shillings 260,000 as demanded by the school but was shocked when the school only took one of his daughters to UNEB claiming the bus was full. Irumba’s daughter, Sophia Karungi, says that she tried to board the bus but Byaruhanga told her that it was already full, adding that those already on the bus would represent them.
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