NECTA bans two centres, warns four schools over exam malpractices

TANZANIA: The National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) has taken stringent measures against examination malpractice, banning two examination centers.

The council has also issued stern warnings to four others linked to cheating plans during the 2023 Standard Seven final exams.

The banned examination centres, according to NECTA are Twibhoki (PS090412) and Graiyaki (PS090412), both situated in the Serengeti District in Mara Region.

According to NECTA’s Executive Secretary, Dr Said Ally Mohammed, the ban will remain in effect until the council is fully satisfied that the centers are safe for conducting National examinations.

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Furthermore, NECTA has issued a stern warning to four other examination centers that were found attempting to engage in fraudulent practices during the exams.

These centers include Mother Mercy (PS0203133) and St. Mary’s Mbezi Beach (PS0203088) in Kinondoni Municipal, Dar es Salaam, Charm Modern (PS0103111) in Karatu District, Arusha, and Morotonga (PS0904042) in Serengeti District, Mara.

“These centers will be placed under the strict supervision of NECTA until the council is thoroughly satisfied that they are safe for conducting National examinations,” he said.

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