UNEB Exam Candidates Cautioned against Malpractice
UNEB News Today – The Uganda national examinations board (UNEB) ED “Dan Odongo” has cautioned candidates against involvement in any acts of indiscipline. The fact that you are candidates does not absolve you from following school regulations. UNEB will neither be involved nor sympathize with a candidate in a case where such a candidate is subjected to disciplinary measures on account of indiscipline.
Finally, we would like to comfort the candidates that the Lord who has brought them this far will surely enable them to effectively write and pass their examination.
We encourage the candidates to be calm, confident, follow the instructions and pray for divine intervention and guidance as they sit their examinations.
May God bless our candidates and those involved in the conduct of the examination, and may God bless our Country.
The Uganda National Examinations Board was established by an Act of Parliament in 1983, Cap 137 Laws of Uganda; legalizing all actions taken with effect from 1st July 1980 when it effectively started operating. The Board is a body corporate mandated to conduct and manage examinations in Uganda for the end of the educational cycle at Primary and Secondary school level: and to conduct examination-related research.
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