Exams go digital at College of Education, Warri ...thanks to ETF funds

The College of Education, Warri, will soon begin computer based examinations after the successful establishment of its e-learning centre and digitalization of its library.

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Students of the College of Education, Warri, will soon begin to write computer based examinations at its new e-learning centre.

The development comes after the institution, supported by the Education Tax Fund (ETF), procured two laboratories and digitalised its library.

Acting Provost of the College, Dr. S.S. Ebisine, made the announcement at new students during a matriculation ceremony for 683 newly admitted regular and part-time NCE students.

“Students can also have access to the web through the internet in the library," Ebisine said.

"Therefore be informed that by the time you are in part 3, examination mode will change to computer based exams.”

He told the students that all the courses offered by the institution have the accreditation and approval of the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).


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