Mix up- School registers three hours delay as their Examination papers are misplaced

Posted: 2021-03-30T12:35:21Z Read: 798 times
Mix up- School registers three hours delay as their Examination papers are misplaced

Shock has gripped Ibuje Primary School in Ibuje sub-county Apac district after Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE examination papers meant for another school were delivered to theirs.


The exercise delayed for three hours as until they finally received their papers.


According to the school administration they received the Mathematics paper meant for Boke Primary School, which is sitting at Alenga Primary school examination centre, at about 9:45 am,.


The headteacher Patrick Waca, says they filed a complaint and informed the district supervisors about the mismatch.


And by 11 a.m, the examination papers were yet to be delivered to the school.


Meanwhile, several schools in remote areas were affected by the heavy downpour.


In places like Kwania and Apac districts, there was late delivery of examination materials as most roads remained impassable due to the rain.


In Abongomola Sub County at Amorigoga Examination centre Examination papers had not yet been delivered at the centre 9:30 am and most candidates arrived late.


In other schools however, the examination started on time. Like at Ikwera Ngeri School for the disabled, where the Exams started at 9:30 am and all the 44 candidates turned up as well as Aninolal Primary School, in Inomo Sub County where all the 44 registered candidates turned up, and the exam was delivered on time.