Chief General of the Ghana Education Service, GES, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa has implied that excepting any very late hitches the current year’s Senior High School position will be out on Sunday February, 21.
The situation covers competitors both school and private who composed the Basic Education Certificate Examination, BECE in 2020 just as other re-contestants.
In all, around 500 and 25 thousand (525,000) qualified BECE competitors will look for position into 700 and 21 (721) Senior High,Technical and Vocational schools of their decision which have pronounced around 500 and 35 thousand opening.
Teacher Opoku-Amankwa said GES has worked intimately with the West African Examination Council, WAEC, to deliver the aftereffects of dominant part of the competitors whose outcomes have still been retained.
He added that there are sufficient opportunities for up-and-comers, for which reason, guardians or applicants need not concern.
Teacher Opoku-Amankwa clarified that the test with the CSSPS had consistently been an issue of decision and not the accessibility of spaces.
Course of action
On the courses of action being set up to address congestion of up-and-comers and guardians, he clarified that not at all like the earlier years when the administration of the GES needed to set up arrangement communities where those with authentic issues could go for help, “this year, on account of the COVID-19, we need to stay away from the circumstance where individuals will hurry to the Black Star Square and different spots to accumulate”.
“So we are setting up call habitats to get and chip away at issues individuals might be concocting,” he clarified.
Prof. Opoku-Amankwa clarified that at such focuses they could address certifiable specialized issues and furthermore the issue of a day understudy put in a far off school.
Found out if the twofold track framework for school participation ought to be halted, he said conversations expected to go on concerning whether it ought to remain or be totally rejected as pushed by a segment of society.
He likewise clarified that dependent on an examination of issues by the assistance, “the significant issue that makes an issue for us is the self-position”.
“Before, when you did the self-situation, picked a school and in any way, shape or form you needed to transform it, the framework didn’t permit you to do as such. You expected to return to us, and that was the reason we got individuals massing up at the Black Star Square to do those changes,” Prof. Opoku-Amankwa clarified.
This year, in any case, he added, the competitors would be permitted some degree of adaptability to impact changes all alone.
“During the current year, competitors will be permitted to change two or multiple times until at last they select them. So until you join up with a school, you can keep on doing changes up till the enrolment cutoff time, and once you have the chance to transform, you don’t have to come here to look for any help or for somebody to do that for you,” he told the Daily Graphic.
He was of the conviction that the self-position issue framed more than 70% of the difficulties the GES had concerning the situation and was hopeful that with this new module, the framework would work easily.
He clarified that the situation of competitors under the CSSPS had, throughout the long term, been completed three weeks to the returning of schools, and “the current year’s is the same”.
“Normally we give them exactly three weeks to get ready to go to class and we needed to keep to that,” he said.
Prof. Opoku-Amankwa additionally clarified that there had been no deferral in the situation, as certain individuals were estimating, saying the very configuration that was utilized during the pre-COVID-19 time was what the GES had adhered to this year.
He said the time of holding up after the outcomes were delivered managed the cost of the GES to draw in with the WAEC to guarantee that dominant part of the up-and-comers whose outcomes were retained had them delivered.
On December 16, a year ago when WAEC delivered the outcomes, 977 competitors had their subject outcomes retained, forthcoming the result of examinations.