This is to check if they have not written answers on their covered body parts to copy during exams, which begin this month. Female teachers and invig-ilators would be responsible for inspecting the girls, while the boys would be monitored by male teachers and invigilators.
The training was well attended by both primary and high school principals as well as invigilators. She said due to the inspection, the invigilators would have to make sure that the pupils arrive at least 30 minutes before the exams start, in order to be checked. This comes after facilitators noted that during exams, pupils would come with unauthorised material which they use as an advantage to copy, yet this was against the rules and regulations of the exams. They made it clear there will be no leniency should a candidate be found copying during the exams and that studying is the only way forward.
With the issue of using cellphones to copy, Mkhonta said candidates who would be found in the possession of a mobile phone, would be disqualified from that paper.
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She went on to warn the invigilators that they should see to it that all unauthorised material should not gain entry into the exam room and that, for instance, calculators, dictio-naries and mathematical tables may only be used where permitted by the syllabus. Mcizi added that only official examination stationary is to be used. On the other hand, her colleague said all candidates who would be sitting for exams are forbidden to communicate with anyone while in the examination room.Swazi Bank Cup #Yelele
The principals and the invigilators who were in attendance shared the same sentiments with the facilitators, that copying was a cause for concern as it also diminishes the name of the school. Over the past years, principals used to sideline pregnant pupils from writing exams. However, facilitators from the Exams Council have made it clear that pregnant pupils should now write at their respective school. The facilitators, however, made it clear that the girls should take advantage of the situation, but they should take care of themselves as early pregnancies are not advisable for pupils.
Lucy Mkhonta a facilitator from the Exams Council said, although they are allowed to write, it is also encouraged for them to get other centres to avoid other pupils in their respectful schools falling pregnant, with the hope they will also be allowed to write their exams.
Also tackled was the tendency of late arrival in the exam room. The facilitators said if a candidate arrives late and offers no good reasons, no additional time would be added for that candidate, however, should a candidate submit an apparent reason, additional time should be considered.
Consideration During the Invigilators training programme, other areas that were taken into consideration were the issues of emergency cases, for instance when a fire alarm would be raised during the exams.
The facilitators said the pupils must evacuate the exam room and they should be supervised as far as possible, to ensure there is no collision. Invigilators were also taught how to handle the situations should something sinister happen.
They said the Invigilator should indicate in the script where interruption occurred and note the length of interruption and that the candidates should be given full time to complete writing. Wilson Ntshangase, the Minister of Education and Training said the classrooms would be used to accommodate the increased number of pupils, that are expected to attend school from He revealed this during the tabling of the Free Primary Education Bill ofin Parliament yesterday.
Ntshangase also said his ministry would install 85 classrooms and mobile houses in different schools around the country.
He also said the ministry was more than ready for the commencement of the free education next year. He also highlighted that parents would not be required to pay building fund under the free primary education. He however clarified that parents with children in grades three to five would still be required to pay fees, as agreed by their schools until the programme is rolled out in all the grades.
He also said there would be no discrimination of children under programme based on disability or otherwise. He said the ministry had trained teachers to cater for children with all disabilities. He further highlighted that this would avail all schools a chance to hire and be able to pay support staff, such as night-watchmen, Secretary and Cooks to mention a few. Ntshangase also mentioned that the money will also promote quality education in the public schools. She said the greatest response was from young men, especially those in tertiary institutions.
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