COVID19:FG Postpones WAEC And NECO Examinations till further notice.
Government has declared the inconclusive delay of the current year’s West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the National Examinations Council as a result of the flare-up of coronavirus pandemic.
Applicants sitting during the current year’s West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) and National Examination Council (NECO) assessments would know when they would compose the papers after the COVID-19 lockdown.
Mr Emeka Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, said this at the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 day by day press instructions on Tuesday in Abuja.
He said that WAEC and NECO assessments had been delayed inconclusively over COVID-19 however included that the service would before long declare the ideal opportunity for the assessment when the lockdown was finished.
Nwajiuba said that the service was chipping away at how school would be revived after the lockdown, including that no one could revive school aside from it was facilitated by the Ministry of Education.
He said that understudy had been encouraged to learn through online stages, expressing that the service was working with Universal Basic Education (UBEC) and the State Basic Education Board (SUBEB) to facilitate the procedure.
As per him, 15 states including Lagos and Anambra have just initiated learning through radio as per endorsed standard, while likewise working with NTA and Radio Nigeria to give instructive substance.