Commissioner Advises Secondary School Pupils against Examination Malpractices

June 20, 2012

The Ekiti State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Eniola Ajayi has charged Secondary School Pupils writing the on-going May/June Senior Secondary School Certificate examinations  to shun examination mal-practices.

Dr. Ajayi gave the charge while monitoring the examination in some schools in Ikere. Local government Area of the State. The Commissioner advised the students to complement the efforts  of the State Government at lifting the education sector to an enviable height.

She encouraged the students to put in their best and come out in flying colours to enable the state take its rightful position among the comity  of   states    in the Country.

Dr. Ajayi stressed the commitment of the present administration to give students at all levels quality and sound education.

At the African Comprehensive High School, Ikere, the Commissioner condemned the  sitting arrangement of students  as it could lure them into examination malpractices. and immediately ordered the supervisor in charge to readjust the sitting arrangement.

At Eleyo High School,in Ikere – Ekiti  the Commissioner frowned at the substandard materials used by a contractor handling a building project in the school warning that government would not accept shoddy jobs from any contractor.

It was of note that there was no case of examination malpractices in all the schools visited.

The commissioner also monitored  Amoye Grammar School,   High School, A.U.D. Comprehensive High School,  Annunciation College and St. Louis Grammar School, all in Ikere – Ekiti

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