PTA Urges State Govt To Register Govt Secondary School Makera As SSCE Exam Center

Filed in Education News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On June 19, 2015

Following the recent meeting,The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of Government Secondary School Makera in Kaduna, has urged the State Government to register the school as examination centre for Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations (SSCE).


According to the PTA Chairman, Alhaji
Mohammadu Musa, students from the
school, established seven years ago, had to
register and sit for WAEC and NECO

He said for the past three years, all the
students that went through the school had
to be registered with other schools to
enable them sit for the examinations.

“Currently, another set of 250 students will
be ready for the examination next year.

“If the centre is not provided, we will have
to register them elsewhere to sit for the
WAEC examination,” Musa said.

According to him, the PTA had written to
the state Ministry for Education to facilitate
the registration process.

“The ministry replied us that we will have to
make provision for examination hall, library
and laboratories.

“As am talking to you now, the government
has provided the school with a laboratory
and the PTA on its own part built
examination hall and provided a class to
serve as library.

“We are going back to notify the ministry
that the PTA, with support from the school’s
community, has provided all the necessary
facilities needed for the centre,” he added.

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