Deputy Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Philipo Augustino Mulugo has warned all invigilators of 2012 Standard Seven National examinations that the government will take tough actions against all who will participate in fraud actions.
Speaking to media in Dar es Salaam today, Mulugo said the government will not accept any cheatings in Examinations because they lead into falling of Tanzanian education quality.
“I urge all invigilators of Exams to play their role effectively in ensuring all exams are completed as scheduled. I want to warn again all invigilators that the government will take actions against all who will participate in cheating the government by giving answers to candidates.” said Mulugo to journalists.
He said he is sure that teachers have prepared their classes ready for the exams so there is no need of giving answers the candidates.
“If you have prepared well your pupils I’m sure they will perform very well.”
Also Deputy Minister Mulugo urged all citizens to show full cooperation during exams’ two days, 19Th and 20Th September, 2012. They should not conduct any social activities near schools’ environments to avoid any disturbance to the candidates.
A total of 894, 881 pupils have been registered to sit for 2012 Standard Seven National examinations in Tanzania Mainland, 426, 285 boys (47.64%) and 468, 596 girls (52. 36%).