2021-2022 EXAMINATION SESSION
Candidates And Examiners are on the Starting Blocks With Sports And Physical Education Practicals.
Secondary Education Minister, Prof Nalova Lyonga, and Sports and Physical Education Minister, Prof Narcisse Mouelle-Kombi, undertook a working visit to Obala on 27 April 2022 to assess the effective start of the sports and physical education practicals for the 2021-2022 examination session.
This was together with Boniface Bayaola, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Secondary Education in charge of Teacher’s Training and Prof Fabien Nkot, Secretary-General of the said Ministry.
The 2021-2022 official examination session started nationwide on 27 April 2022 with the effective kick-off of sports and physical education practicals for the Baccalaureat examination. This is what emerges from the field visit Prof Nalova Lyonga and Prof Narcisse Mouelle-Kombi carried out in three examination centres at Obala in the Lekié Division, Centre Region.
The sports grounds visited at College St. Jean XXIII Efok, GHS Obala and GTHS Obala were swarming with candidates passing the various sports events under the keen eyes of their examiners. The candidates split into workshops were showcasing their athletic abilities in high jump, shot put, gymnastics, sprint and middle-distance race.
The two cabinet ministers went round the three examination centres hosting not less than 1,300 candidates, to assess the sports facilities and equipment, and to enquire about the criteria used in evaluating candidates’ performances.
The two ministers were satisfied with the organisation on field and praised both the teachers and students for their mobilization and discipline. Prof Nalova Lyonga instructed principals to do better in terms of planning and make sound use of the financial resources available so as to improve the state of sports equipment and infrastructure for finer results.