Most Secondary College Leavers In Borno Are Unqualified for College Admission
Governor Babagana Zulum
It has been revealed that the majority secondary faculty graduates in Borno state are unqualified for College admission due to the poor high quality of training they obtain from major and secondary faculties in Borno state, in response to Governor Babagana Zulum.
Governor Zulum made this assertion when he met with 84 principals within the state on the Multipurpose Corridor of the Authorities Home in Maiduguri the state capital on Sunday, October 11.
An announcement launched from the governor’s workplace quotes the governor as saying that many of the highschool leavers within the state usually are not certified for college admission whereas those that get admitted wrestle academically in tertiary establishments.
“Training is the bedrock of any growth. With out practical instructional system, we will proceed to expertise this Boko Haram insurgency in Borno.
“Take a look at the sort of college students we’re graduating from our public secondary faculties, most of them don’t qualify for admission into universities, even those that get admitted discover it very tough to manage.
“There’s a basic decline in the usual of training in public establishments everywhere in the nation. There may be the shortage of certified lecturers, insufficient educating amenities, poor upkeep tradition, basic decay of infrastructure, Authorities’s incapability to make sure monitoring and analysis, centralised management by the ministry, pointless forms, and irregular coaching and retraining of lecturers and different important employees. There may be poor knowledge administration and indiscipline amongst the key issues affecting the general public faculty system.”
In the course of the interactive session, the principals attributed the poor tutorial efficiency within the state to the defective foundations of most faculty leavers.