The National Examination Council of Tanzania (Necta) yesterday announced the results for teachers’ final examinations conducted in May, this year, saying 97.57 per cent of the candidates obtained grade A.
A press statement issued by Necta executive secretary Joyce Ndalichako in Dar es Salaam yesterday said a total of 10,582 candidates sat for the grade A teacher’s certificate examination while there were also 5,441 candidates who sat for a diploma in secondary education examination.
She said 97.57 per cent of the candidates obtained grade ‘A’ among them girls were 5,461 (52 per cent) and boys 5,121 (48 per cent).
She said 75.73 per cent out of 5,441 candidates who were taking a diploma course for secondary school passed the exams, whereas 1,853 (34) per cent) were girls and 3,588 boys (66 per cent).
According to her, there were candidates who sat for grade A teacher’s special course certificate examination and diploma in technical education examination, the results shows 99.25 per cent out of 263 candidates passed the grade A teacher’s special course certificate examination and 97.06 per cent of the 33 candidates for diploma in technical education examination.
She said the council would continue holding examination results for 27 candidates who had not yet completed
Category: Dar es Salaam