At least 70 students sit for Sudan examinations in Juba
Female candidates sitting for Sudan School Certificate at Sheik Hamdan Bin Rashid secondary school in Juba last Saturday (Photo by Mandela Nelson Denis
By Mandela Nelson Denis
At least 70 students are sitting for the Sudan Secondary School Certificate (SSSC) of Examination in Juba.
The examination began last Saturday at Sheik Hamdan Bin Rashid secondary school.
Sudanese Ambassador to Juba Adil Ibrahim Mustafa wished the candidates the best in their exams.
Adilurged the students not to panic since it was not their first time to sit for exams.
“My dear candidates the examination is basically to test how serious you have been. There is nothing new and I trust you will make it,” he said.
Simon Nyok Deng the Secretary of South Sudan National Examination Council said the future of South Sudan lies on the educated ones.
“As you sit your final exams to take you to the next level, know that the future of South Sudan lies on you. Make your country proud,” he said.
There are 25 girls and 45 boys undertaking the SSSC examination
Christo Alphonse Angelo, one of the candidates told Juba Monitor that he was ready to excel in the examination as she has been reading hard.
Natale Kon Justin said he was confident of passing the examination to continue with his studies to the university.
He said he wanted to do Law at the university.
The SSSC examination is only being undertaken in Juba and it is expected to last for two weeks.