Monday, July 30, 2018

32,000 applicants pass NABTEB, with five credits including English, Mathematics

Image result for 32,000 candidates pass NABTEB, with five credits including English, Mathematics      NO less than 32,697 of the 54,480 applicants who sat for the May/June 2018 Ordinary Level National Technical Certificate, NTC and National Business Certificate Examination directed by the Business and Technical Examinations Board, NABTEB, scored five credits and including English Language and Mathematics.Registrar/Chief Executive of NABTEB, Prof. Ifeoma Isiugo – Abanihe, revealed this in Benin City, Edo State while reporting the arrival of the examination comes about. She unveiled that an investigation of the enrolment for the examination demonstrated that competitors enlisted for 16 Engineering Trades, seven Construction Trades, nine Miscellaneous Trades, four Business Trades and 18 for General Education subjects. She stated, "Similarly, this execution is a slight change over the May/June 2017 NBC/NTC examinations where 33,712 competitors had five credits or more including English and Mathematics. "Allow me to likewise declare that 842 competitors who sat for the examinations were engaged with examination negligence speaking to 1.54 percent of the aggregate number of hopefuls. It was watched that additionally Bayelsa, Borno and Edo States did not record instances of examination misbehavior." "when all is said in done, watch that a portion of the techniques by the board biometric and online enrollment, acquaintance of e-learning materials with improve instructing and learning and other quality confirmation measures set up by the Board to checkmate examination negligence are yielding constructive outcomes." Prof Isiugo-Abanihe anyway reminded Nigerians that now in the 21st Century, there was the requirement for youngsters to get abilities and declaration in specialized and employment training, saying that NABTEB was ever prepared to give specialized and professional authentication to meet the expanding and changing requests of the work showcase driven by data and correspondence innovation.

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