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NECO Releases June/July 2019 Exam Results

The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the results of the 2019 June/July Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).

This development was made known by the council’s acting registrar at the council headquarters in Minna, Niger state capital, on Tuesday.

According to him, about 829,787 candidates — representing 71.59 percent — made five credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

This is just as 1,041,986 candidates — representing 89.90 percent — made five credits and above, irrespective of English Language and Mathematics.

While a total of 1,163,194 candidates registered for the 2019 edition of the exam, 1,151,016 candidates, including 146 blind applicants sat for the SSCE, which is conducted for students in their final year in secondary school.

The acting registrar listed three schools in Oyo, Kastina and Kebbi States recommended for de-recognition for their involvement in examination malpractice.

Arising from the above, three schools one each in Katsina, Kebbi and Oyo states were recommended for de-recognition for two years for their involvement in Mass cheating/whole centre cases,” he said.

“Also, a total of eighteen supervisors were blacklisted for various offences ranging from poor supervision, aiding and abetting, connivance with non-candidates and so on.

“In line with council’s zero tolerance for any form of examination malpractice, members of staff alleged to have behaved contrary to expectations are to face appropriate disciplinary measures once they fail to satisfactorily defend themselves.”

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