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SUBEB Express Satisfaction Over Conduct Of Literacy And Numeracy Exam In Tsangaya Centres

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The Executive Chairman, Kano State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Danlami Hayyo has expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the ongoing Basic Literacy and Numeracy examination for the learners of Tsangaya and learning centres in the state.

Dr. Hayyo, made this known while receiving update and progress reports on the conduct of the examination.

The Executive Chairman disclosed that the examination was to assess the performance of the learners who participated in the Basic Literacy and Numeracy classes for 9 months, under the Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) funded by World Bank assisted programme.

He added that, the examination would be conducted in three thousand Tsangaya Schools selected from the 44 Local Government Areas and 260 Learning Centers Selected from 13 Local Government areas of the state.

“To ensure hitch free conduct of the examination, we have deployed Directors and senior staff to the centers for proper coordination while State. Ministry for Education handles monitoring of the examination” the Chairman said.

Dr. Hayyo pointed out that the Board has collaborated with State Agency for Mass Education (SAME) and Islamiyya and Quranic School Management Board (IQSMB) for smooth conduct of the examination.

“As partners in progress, we engaged the State Agency for Mass Education (SAME) the agency responsible for implementation of Non-formal Education system and the Islamiyya and Qur’anic schools Management Board (IQSMB) the managers of Islamiyya and Qur’anic schools both have played significant roles in setting and managing the conduct of the examination, adding that the duo contributions yielded fruitful result” he revealed.

Thanking the State Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, for his commitment in transforming Basic Education sector in the state, Dr. Hayyo said Ganduje led administration has achieved a lot in that direction through construction of new classrooms, renovation and rehabilitations of dilapidated road ones, teacher training, provision of teaching and learning materials while sustaining teachers welfare among other.

‘’I believe that the teachers nationwide not only in Kano, are happy with our Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, thus recently the Association of Primary School Head Teachers of Nigeria (AOPSHON) awarded him as best Governor of the year 2021” Dr. Hayyo said.

The Executive Chairman used the period to call on Tsangaya and Learning centres proprietors to continue supporting BESDA activities for successful implementation.

Tushen ilimi a SUBEB Magazine has observed that in many centres visited by our correspondents reported that the students were very happy for having the opportunity to write the examination.

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