The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Mr. Steve Awosika, has reaffirmed the commitment of the Ministry to eradicating examination malpractice as well as use examination as a tool to determining the ability of students and pupils in their academic work.
According to a statement issues and signed by the Press Officer of the Ministry, Mr Victor Adegbehingbe, a copy of which was made available to The Hope, the Permanent Secretary gave this assurance while monitoring the Common Entrance Examination into the state public secondary schools for the 2017/2018 Academic session conducted on Saturday across all the Eighteen Local Government Areas of the State.
Awosika, who monitored the Examination in Ondo West, Ile-Oluji Okeigbo, Ondo East and Akure South Local Government Areas described the Common Entrance Examination as peaceful, well organised and devoid of any unwanted delay.
He commended the officials of the Ministry and other relevant stakeholders who made the feat possible, adding that the result of the examination will be out in the next twenty-four hours.
Awosika thereore urged parents and guardians to check the result of their children and wards from the State Ministry of Educaiton website with the pin cards which they used for registration for examination.