AEI Students in Exams

Cecilia Haleke, a Form IV student writing Biology Paper II

Students of Andiamo Education Institutions are from today 26 November 2012 writing different examinations.

While the Secondary School students are busy writing their end of term examinations, the technical students are busy with the November 2012 Series Trade Test Examinations.

Secondary School students have started with Mathematics, Bible Knowledge, Biology and Biology Paper II in Forms 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively.

Mr. James Phiri, the headmaster of Andiamo says these examinations are very important to both the students and the teaching staff.

Form II students writing Bible Knowledge paper

“From the results of these [examinations], teachers will know whether their students understood or not,” Banda says for students who are in Forms 2 and 4, these examinations will determine whether they must go back to either Form 1 or 3.

The story is different in the Technical college because students are not writing just end of term examinations but from the government of Malawi through the Ministry of Labour.

According to the acting deputy principal of Andiamo College, Rodrick Khauya, starting at 9 this morning will be Grade 3 Motor Vehicle Mechanics students who are writing Theory.

“In the afternoon Grades 2 and 1 will also be writing their Theory Examinations,” says Khauya.

These examinations come just after 30 students were awarded for doing well academically and being disciplined last Sunday 25 November 2012 after mass, which was celebrated in the Umodzi Hall.

During the same function six students who were doing Electrical Installation under TEVET bid farewell to their fellow students.

In her speech, Chifundo Polela thanked the management of Andiamo Education Institutions for the job well done and she urged her fellow students to work very hard in class.

Fr. Mario Pacifici, who is also the founding trustee of Andiamo Youth Cooperative Trust (AYCT) advised the students to be ambassadors of AYCT.

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