NABTEB Releases Nov/Dec 2022  O/A Levels Master Craft Certificate  Examinations Results

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The National Business and Technical Examinations Board, (NABTEB), on Thursday, disclosed that out of 27,782 candidates that sat for the November/December 2022 Ordinary-Level/Craft Certificate and the Advanced Level/Master Craft certificate examinations for private candidates, no fewer than 21,103 obtained five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics.
Prof. Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe, NABTEB Registrar, who
disclosed this while releasing
the results at a press conference in Benin said this figure represented 75.96%of the entire candidates.
She also revealed that 26,561 candidates scored five (5) credits and above with or without English Language and Mathematics representing 95.61%.
According to her, these
performances are slightly
better than those of 2021
November/December results
where 25,915 candidates representing 76.30% obtained
five credits and above including English and Mathematics, while 29,923 candidates, representing 88.1% of all the candidates that sat for the examinations obtained
five credits and above with
or without the English language
and Mathematics.
This is even just the NABTEB Registrar lamented the dearth of qualified technical teachers, many of whom she said, have retired without replacement.
She also expressed dissatisfaction with the reward system for learners and graduates of Technical and Vocational Education and Training TVET programmes as well as a lack of technical manpower, equipment and materials for effective practical activities and training.
Giving details of the examinations, the Registrar said, “Analyses of candidates’ enrolment for the examinations indicate that total enrolment was 31,656 candidates, consisting of 19,004 males and
12,652 females who registered
for the examinations in 1,678
centres.
“Further analyses indicate
that candidates enrolled for 15 Engineering Trades, 7 Construction Trades, 8 Miscellaneous Trades, 4 Business Trades and 21 General Education subjects at the Crafts
Level.
“At the Master Craft level, candidates enrolled for 13 Engineering Trades, 7 Construction Trades, 7 Miscellaneous Trades, 4 Business Trades and 4 General Education subjects, totaling 90 trades and subjects at both Ordinary and Advanced Levels.

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