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Rumbek outfitted to initiate Sudan schools’ examination

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By Manyang Mayom

March 27, 2009 (RUMBEK) - The Sudan School Certificate examination
will begin immediately on Monday and last up until April 14, 2009 at
Rumbek Senior Secondary School’s premises.

National examinations are being held across Sudan. This is now only
the second time Rumbek held the Sudan School Certificate examination
in Lakes state since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement
in 2005.

Last year Pankar Senior Secondary School quit the examination
objecting that the local children are taught from East African
curricula which are markedly different from the Sudanese curricula
designed in Khartoum.

Speaking over local radio station in Rumbek, James Magok Ater, the
education director for Lakes state affirmed that examinations this
year are going to be observed by different organs of the security
sector comprised with police.

Meanwhile, there are already 18 people prearranged as observers to
watch the examinations.

According to the timetable provided by the Ministry of General
Education of the Republic of the Sudan the exam will begin Monday at
9:00 a.m. with English Language for three hours.

Tuesday will be Chemistry, History and Financial accounts commerce.
Wednesday will be Military science, Engineer Drawing, Corporations and
Hotel Management for women and Drawing and Coloring for women.
Thursday will be Engineering Science, Family Science and Mechanical
Drawing.

Sunday will be Islamic religion, Islamic special and Christian
religion. The second Monday of the testing period will be Physics,
Islamic studies and Economic and Commercial studies. Tuesday will be
Agricultural Production and Animal Production and Agriculture
technical design for women. The second Wednesday will be Biology,
Commercial Science, Costing and Taxation, and Real Manufacturing
Industry.

The second Thursday of the testing period will be Geography and
Environmental Studies and Food Industry. Sunday will be Arabic
language and Special Arabic. The third Monday will be Computer
science, Advanced Arabic language, Financial Mathematics,
Horticulture, Arts and History for women and finally on Tuesday will
be Additional Mathematics and Elementary Mathematics.

Rumbek senior secondary school has 280 students while Mapuordit
secondary school has 140 and Pankar secondary school has 30 students
which brings the total to 450 students across Lakes state senior
secondary schools.

(ST)

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  • 28 March 2009 07:31, by Pandit

    Good to hear first examination in Lake State. Southern Sudan government should not allow religion to be taught in primary and Secondary. It need to be left out for individual to choose his or her major in University. We don’t need radical thinking in the lower level.

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    • 28 March 2009 12:35, by Takpiny

      the Sudan school certificate examinations is completely change the subjects mentions in this article some confused me for example military science .Students have nothing to do with military science at secondary school level . It was that kinds’ of subjects were forced Pankar secondary school students to vacated examinations rooms last year because they taught subjects not similar for those subjects taught in Khartoum . . I personally sat for Sudan school certificate examinations early. On that time as science section I took subjects which were included:

      Additional mathe , Elementary mathe , chemistry , physic, plus two languages English , Arabic and religion .and the same for arts section students they took only 7 subjects

      .

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    • 16 April 2009 14:12, by Abraham Chol Marial

      Dear Pandit,
      How can we leave behind the religion ?
      Do n,t you know that religion gaurd people in all your actions through out your life,
      Such comments should not be spread in the whole world,This is website and it is not your home where you just thrown down the thing and you come later and get it at the same place you left to.
      Here a very body is seeing it.
      Radical thinking give you better understanding and if you fear radical thinking why do you sitting down to calculate your mathemathics class work?
      Your comments dose not satify any body and i advise you to stop such short minded comments on this web site.

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    • 16 April 2009 14:14, by Abraham Chol Marial

      Dear Pandit,
      How can we leave behind the religion ?
      Do n,t you know that religion gaurd people in all your actions through out your life,
      Such comments should not be spread in the whole world,This is website and it is not your home where you just thrown down the thing and you come later and get it at the same place you left to.
      Here a very body is seeing it.
      Radical thinking give you better understanding and if you fear radical thinking why do you sitting down to calculate your mathemathics class work?
      Your comments dose not satify any body and i advise you to stop such short minded comments on this web site.

      repondre message

  • 28 March 2009 16:17, by Malou Manyiel

    I wish all the students in Lakes State the best in Sudan School Certificate examinations.
    please don’t panic, just relax and God bless all of you.

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    • 1 April 2009 03:50, by wenagar agar

      well done my people,

      Let’s have concentrations on what we believe and not what we see from teachers. That is to say the world is now very competetive about studies and 75% is for student meanwhile only 30% can be for teacher in students learning.

      I believe so many leaders in south came out from Rumbek Senior Secondary School based on their wholehearted commitement in their accadamics factors; and so shall we.
      So be on and on with great remembering of south manly heroism.

      Thank you.
      By Madit’s son or MLC .

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