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UNEB Exam Registration Ends In November 2020

Students started registering for national examinations on October 22 UNEB executive secretary Dan Odongo. The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) will on Monday next week close the registration of candidates who intend to sit for national examinations early next year. After the closure, UNEB executive secretary, Dan Odongo, has re-iterated, “There will be no extension.” “Whoever feels interested… Read More »

2021 NOV-DEC FINAL UBTEB EXAMS PRESS STATEMENT

2021 NOV-DEC FINAL UBTEB EXAMS PRESS STATEMENT FINAL NOV-DEC 2019 UBTEB EXAMS PRESS STATEMENT UBTEB has been conducting Competence Based Examinations since November 2011 for all Certificate and Diploma programmes offered in various training institutions in the whole country. This year, UBTEB will be conducting the Nov/December 2019 examinations series starting with briefing of candidates on 15th November… Read More »

UBTEB REGISTERS 31% INCREASE IN CANDIDATES REGISTERED FOR NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 EXAMINATIONS

UBTEB REGISTERS 31% INCREASE IN CANDIDATES REGISTERED FOR NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 EXAMINATIONS UBTEB has been conducting Competence-Based Examinations since November 2011 for all Certificate and Diploma programmes offered in various training institutions in the whole country. This year, UBTEB will be conducting the Nov/December 2019 examinations series starting with the briefing of candidates on 15th November 2019 and end… Read More »

2021 UBTEB’S REAL LIFE PROJECT ASSESSMENT: BRIDGING SKILLS AND INNOVATIONS IN UGANDA

2021 UBTEB’S REAL LIFE PROJECT ASSESSMENT: BRIDGING SKILLS AND INNOVATIONS IN UGANDA Under the Skilling Uganda strategy, the Govt of Uganda aimed at creating a critical mass of Technicians, artisans who are dynamic, innovative and can contribute towards social-economic transformation. In view of the desired changes to transform and improve skills development in Uganda, a new curriculum was… Read More »

UBTEB RELEASES MAY-JUNE 2021 EXAMINATIONS RESULTS

UBTEB RELEASES MAY-JUNE 2021 EXAMINATIONS RESULTS The Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board have revealed plans to close the unemployment gap in Uganda through practical skilling initiatives. Speaking at the 15th UBTEB examinations results’ release ceremony at UBTEB Secretariat, Ntinda. State Minister for Higher Education J.C Muyingo noted the role of UBTEB towards skilling of Ugandans. He congratulated… Read More »

UBTEB holds meeting with Chairpersons and members of Sector Skills Councils

UBTEB holds meeting with Chairpersons and members of Sector Skills Councils EXECUTIVE SECRETARY’S REMARKS AT THE CONSULTATIVE MEETING WITH SECTOR SKILLS COUNCILS ON 7TH OCTOBER, 2019 AT UBTEB SECRETARIAT On behalf of the UBTEB Board, Management and staff, I am pleased to welcome you all to UBTEB and thank you for accepting our invitation. Allow me to begin… Read More »

UNEB Results for PLE ,UCE or UACE through SMS Code

UNEB Results for PLE ,UCE or UACE through SMS Code You can get your UNEB examination results on phone Sponsored Links Now that UNEB has released results, students, Parents and Guardians can quickly get results on phone. This is done by sending a simple sms to 6600. Just go to massages on your phone and type e.g. PLE… Read More »

Over 24,000 candidates to sit for UBTEB May-June 2019 Examinations

Over 24,000 candidates to sit for UBTEB May-June 2019 Examinations UBTEB has a registered 9.3 % increase in the number of candidates registered for the May-June 2019 examinations for Business, Technical and Specialised programmes from 23,560 in 2018  to  24,161 in 2019. Equally important to note is that the number of examinations centres increased from  173  in 2018… Read More »

UBTEB tightens Punishments for Examinations Malpractices ahead of May/June 2019 Exams

UBTEB tightens Punishments for Examinations Malpractices ahead of May/June 2019 Exams Over the years, the Board has recorded series of examinations malpractices which have been handled with in the existing regulations. However, with effect from May/June 2019, any candidate caught in any form of malpractice will pay heavily for such acts.The Board revised upwards the punitive measures for… Read More »