Maneb fines late 2017 PSLCE and MSCE examinations registartion

Education institutions that failed to register for their students on time for the 2017 Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PLSCE) and Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations will face a fine, Malawi National Examinations Board (Maneb) has disclosed.

Students writting exams
Students writting exams

Maneb has opened a late registration period for the 2017 PLSCE and MSCE starting from today 12th to 23rd December, 2016 and late schools will pay a fine of K2,000.00 per institution.

 “Maneb should receive all submissions by 30th December, 2016. In addition to paying normal registration and ID production fees, every late registrant will be required to pay a penalty fee of K2,000,” said Jack Chalimba Maneb’s acting Executive Director.

 “Maneb would, therefore, like to appeal to all Heads of examination centre which still have space to accommodate these late registrants and process their registration accordingly.”

 All late registration submissions, except for ID forms, will have to go through respective District Education Manager (DEM) offices which shall, in turn, submit the same to Maneb.

 Chalimba said that Maneb does not register candidates directly but through approved examination centres.

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5 years ago

penalty a way of raising funds for the top govt officials to live best. when did you guys have such from the past regime? kwaaaaaks

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