Over 150,000 registered Candidates have today started writing their 2015 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) Examination across the country which will run up to July 10 2015.
In a statement released recently, Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) Public Relations Officer Simeon Maganga said that the body urged public to continue supporting the board by reporting any suspected examination malpractice.
Maganga also warned Candidates to desist from cheating malpractices, saying the board will not tolerate this and if anyone found will face the law.
âWe further ask this yearâs candidates to maintain discipline in their respective schools before, during after taking their examination.
âOtherwise, MANEB Act Section 29: 20 which says âAny candidate who, in course of or at the end of National Examinations threatens, harasses or intimidates any member of staff or any candidate or any student or any other person at an Examination Administration Centre; or wilfully destroys or vandalises any property at an Examination Administration Centre, shall be disqualified in the entire examination and liable to prosecutionâ shall apply,â said Maganga.
Meanwhile FaceofMalawi joins the nation in wishing all the best to MSCE candidates as they are writing their final exams.