2021 SSCE: National Examinations Council Announces When Registration will End

2021 SSCE: National Examinations Council Announces When Registration will End

- The National Examination Council has explained why it will not extend the registration for the 2021 SSCE for internal candidates

The exam body has notified the relevant stakeholders in the education sector about the strict compliance with the registration deadline

The council is hoping that the co-operation of the stakeholders will enable the exam to commence according to plan

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The National Examinations Council (NECO) has ruled out extending the registration for the 2021 senior school certificate examination (SSCE) for internal candidates beyond the June 25 deadline.

2021 SSCE: National Examinations Council announces when registration will end
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The examination body in a statement issued by its spokesperson, Azeez Sani, on Wednesday on June 9, said state ministries of education and schools must comply with the deadline, Premium Times reported.

NECO stated:

“The National Examinations Council (NECO) will not extend the registration period for the 2021 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) for school based candidates.

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“The registration exercise which started on March 31, will close on Friday, June 25, 2021 and will not be subjected to extension, while the examination will commence unfailingly on Monday, July 5, 2021.”

The council explained that strict compliance with the date will enable efficient and effective planning for the examination logistics.

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According to The Punch, the examination body advised stakeholders to ensure timely completion of their candidates’ registration.

In another report, young Nigerian lady, Dr Ola Sandra Ndukwe, has reaped the fruits of hard work as she graduated with distinction in internal medicine.

Taking to her Twitter page to celebrate her win, Dr Ndukwe who finished from Imo State University, Owerri, said she bagged seven awards including best in pediatrics, biochemistry, and physiology.

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Expressing gratitude on the social media platform, she said it was impossible for her to contain her joy.

Meanwhile, Dr Tiyiselani Ndukwani is an inspiring man as he just clinched his PhD at the age of 29 and the Tshwane University of Technology graduate has shared his story. Ndukwani says he is now a role model to his students and friends.

The proud man is a lecturer at Rosebank College, according to his bio, and says he was referred to as "Dr" even before bagging his first degree

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