The Nationwide Examinations Council (NECO) has introduced fifth October because the date to start out this 12 months’s senior secondary certificates examinations.
The Registrar/Leader Govt Officer of the Nationwide Examinations Council, Professor Godswill Obioma disclosed this whilst briefing Newshounds on the Council Headquarters in Minna, Niger state.
He added that the Fundamental Schooling Certificates Examinations (BECE) will now finish at the 4th of September and not seventh September as previous introduced.
“NECO SSCE will happen on Monday fifth October 2020 to Wednesday 18th November 2020 whilst NECO NCEE for admission of JSS1 scholars into Federal Harmony Schools will hang on Saturday 17th October 2020.
“As well as, NECO has scheduled the BECE (re-sit) to happen on Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th November 2020 for the prescribed related topics,” Obioma defined.
The Registrar additionally said that the council has installed position pointers for the habits of the checks based on COVID-19 pointers.
He added that everybody who will take part within the examination must signal an oath of allegiance and whilst the set up and use of particular CCTV cameras in all exam centres and custodian issues are being explored.
Obioma warned that there gained’t be any extension date within the sale of paperwork.
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