MANEB develops, administers and processes valid national examinations in Malawi for purposes of certification, selection and placement. The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) was founded in 1987 by an Act of Parliament (Laws of Malawi Cap 30:04).
This was as a result of a merger between the then Malawi Certificate Examinations and Testing Board, and the Examinations Section of the Ministry of Education. The Malawi Certificate of Examinations and Testing had been created in 1969 to take charge of the School Leaving Certificate Examinations at ordinary level. This Act mandates MANEB to develop, administer and process valid national examinati
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Administration of 2022 JCE examination starts tomorrow, 2nd August and ends on 11th August . Best wishes to all JCE candidates. Desist from any form of examination malpractices.
2022/23 ACADEMIC CALENDAR as shared by Ministry of Education
ENGAGEMENT OF AUXILIARY TEACHERS
The Ministry of Education - Malawi Education, through the Malawi Education Reform Programme (MERP), with support from the World Bank, has allocated funds to engage Three Thousand Five Hundred (3,500) Auxiliary Teachers from the Initial Primary Teacher Education (IPTE), cohorts 13 and 14, to be placed in various Primary Schools across the Thirty-Four (34) education districts in the country.
Engagement of the teachers will be done directly by School Management Committees (SMCs) and will be on temporary basis. The contract period for this engagement is one academic year. Subject to funding opportunities, the contracts may be renewed.
Interested teachers in the named cohorts should call at Local Council Offices of their choice taking into account that every local council has its own allocation. Consideration for engagement to a particular school will be on a first come first served basis. Upon engagement, transfers from one school to another will not be allowed throughout the agreed period.
Due to the urgency of this activity, interested candidates must indicate their availability by 1st September, 2022. Successful applicants will be expected to start working when schools re-open during the month of October, 2022.
Lists of schools and their contacts have been sent to all District Education Offices, Education Divisions, and Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) where interested applicant can access them. It should be noted that it will be a requirement to present to the Headteacher original IPTE Certificate as proof of having attended the mentioned cohorts.
Details for this recruitment are available at all Local Council offices.
The Secretary for Education,
Ministry of Education,
Private Bag 328
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Two standard 7 learners of Chinkhuti primary in Lilongwe, a student of Byzanzi Secondary school and one student of Mbalame Community Day Secondary School were arrested by Dowa police yesterday for writing examinations for four candidates of Mtunthama primary school in Dowa. The impersonation was organised by Mr Venas Mtonga, Ms Agnes Kaduya and Ms Chikondi Fukizi, who are teachers at Mtunthama school.
In Rumphi, one candidate at Kafukule primary school was arrested by Rumphi police for being found in possession of reference material during Mathematics examination.
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THREE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN DOWA DISTRICT AND SOME STUDENTS ARRESTED FOR EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES DURING ADMINISTRATION OF PSLCE EXAMINATION. More details to follow
Minister of Education Agness NyaLonje has said this year’s Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education Examinations are progressing well across the country as compared to 2021.
“This time last year, we had a different story because of Covid-19 which included high absenteeism,” she said.
This morning Nyalonje visited Ekwendeni Primary School in Mzimba District where 204 learners are sitting for the examinations and St Augustine Primary School in Mzuzu where there are
Among the candidates at Ekwendeni Primary School, there are six special needs learners, of which three are visually impaired.
This year, 266 639 candidates registered for the examinations.
(Report by Martha Chirambo)
Ministry ready to administer 2022 PSLCE - NyaLonje
The Minister of Education Hon. Agnes NyaLonje says her Ministry is ready to administer the 2022 Malawi Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) examination where 266,639 candidates are expected to sit for the exams from Wednesday, 13th July, to Friday, 15th 2022.
Speaking Tuesday, NyaLonje said the Ministry through the Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) is all set administer the examinations saying there is watertight security against possible cheating and other malpractices.
"We have tight security that will be provided jointly by the Malawi Police Service and the Malawi Defense Force (MDF). "
“We can say that we are prepared but there are times when you might find that the system being very large, there might be challenges here and there owing to the many centres that have been set hence the ministry and other stakeholders will undertake monitoring visits and spot checks to ensure that all is going well on the ground” explained the minister.
NyaLonje also emphasised on the importance of the examinations saying such national examinations provide an opportunity for self-assessment of progress of the nation.
Opined NyaLonje: “National examinations are high stakes examinations and as such they play a pivotal role in our education system. We must therefore make every effort to support all candidates so that they can easily sit the examinations in a well-managed and well administered process.
“We must also make every effort to ensure that the examinations are professionally managed, administered and graded. This is important both so that students are fairly graded and so that as a nation we get a fair understanding of the quality of teaching provided within our education system so that we can seek to continually improve.”
She also disclosed that special arrangements have been made for learners with special needs by providing them with amenities to facilitate their seamless writing of the exams.
“Braille candidates will write their examinations in separate rooms, with special invigilators and with added time while low vision candidates will be given large print papers, write their examinations together with regular candidates with no added time.”
“Candidates with severe physical challenges affecting functionality of their muscles will be examined orally and they will be assigned a scriber and an invigilator,” said NyaLonje
BEST WISHES TO 2022 PSLCE CANDIDATES AS THEY SIT FOR THE PSLCE EXAMINATIONS FROM TODAY UP TO FRIDAY , 15th JULY 2022
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MANEB HOLDS INTERFACE MEETING WITH SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION COORDINATORS
The National Strategy on Inclusive Education ( 2017-2021) stipulates that MANEB should develop guidelines for inclusive assessment modes. In this regard, MANEB has developed guidelines, through a consultative process with relevant stakeholders, to standardise the handling of Special Needs Education (SNE) candidates during administration of national examinations. The guidelines have since been disseminated to all Special Needs Coordinators from all the 34 Education districts and the 6 Education Divisions at an interface meeting. The guidelines will help resolve some outstanding issues regarding administration of examinations for the Special Needs Candidates.
REMINDER, 2022 JCE TIMETABLE!
Please take note that Examinations will start on 2nd August, 2022 to 11th August, 2022.
2022 PSLCE Timetable
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2022 EXAMINATIONS MARKERS
Happy Kamuzu Day as we join all Malawians in commemorating the founding father of our independence.
E-registration and E-payment, increasing efficiency and effectiveness.
EXAMINATION NUMBERS FOR CANDIDATES WHO USED E-REGISTRATION AND E-PAYMENT SYSTEM
MANEB would like to inform 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE candidates who used the E-registration and E-payment system that their nominal rolls have been uploaded on their schools/centre’s E-registration portals. All concerned candidates are, therefore, being advised to visit the schools/centres where they registered and get their examination numbers from the school’s responsible personnel. Any queries on the examination numbers must be reported to MANEB in writing, by the schools before Friday 13th May, 2022. Take note that MANEB will not deliver physical nominal rolls to schools/centres which used the e-registration system.
EXAMINATION NUMBERS FOR 2022 PSLCE, JCE AND MSCE CANDIDATES REGISTERED IN NED, CWED AND SEED
This is to notify those who registered and paid examination fees for 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations in the Northern Education Division (NED) , Central West Education Division (CWED) and South East Education Division (SEED) that MANEB has assigned them examination numbers. The numbers have been uploaded on the eregistration portals. The candidates should ,therefore, visit their respective examination centres to access the examination numbers.
NOMINAL ROLL VERIFICATION EXERCISE FOR 2022 PSLCE, JCE AND MSCE CANDIDATES IN CEED, SWED AND SHED
MANEB has dispatched nominal rolls to all examinations centres in Central East, South West and Shire Highlands education divisions for candidates who registered for 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE in the three divisions.The candidates are ,therefore,encouraged to visit their respective centres before 2nd May to verify the correctness of their registration details.
Ministerial Statement by the Minister of Education, Honourable Agnes Nyalonje,on projects in the
Ministry of Education including eregistration of candidates for national examination and epayment systems.
REOPENING OF E-PAYMENT PORTALS FROM 2nd TO 4th APRIL
Kindly note that MANEB has reopened epayment portals from this evening, 2nd April, to Monday 4th April midnight for students who still wish to pay for the 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations . This only applies to students who already registered for the examinations through the eregistration system in all examination centres in the 19 education districts . The epayment platforms remain TNM Mpamba , National Bank Mo626 and NBS EazyBank.
Further reminder : Closing date for payment of 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations fees is 30th March, tomorrow.
Second selection results announcement by the Ministry of Education
CLOSING DATE FOR 2022 EXAMINATIONS FEES PAYMENT
This serves as a reminder that the closing date for payment of 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations fees is 30th March 2022.Students who shall not pay the examination fees by the stated date will not be able to sit the examinations.
Candidates who registered for the examinations through the e-registration system are reminded to pay their examination fees through TNM Mpamba, National Bank Mo626 or NBS EazyBank.
MANEB HOLDS INTERFACE MEETING WITH EDMs AND DISTRICT EDUCATION MANAGERS
In pursuit of successful operations in the administration of national examinations , on 18th March 2022 MANEB held an interface meeting with some heads of directorates in the Ministry of Education, Education Division Managers (EDMs), Directors of Education, Youth and Sports ( DEYS) Chief Education Officers ( CEOs) and District Education Managers ( DEMs). The meeting was presided over by the Secretary for Education, Mrs C. Mussa, who called upon the participants to continue discharging their duties in a professional manner considering that all roles they play in the administration of national examinations have a direct bearing on the validity and reliability of national examinations.
EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION OF CANDIDATES FOR 2022 EXAMINATIONS AND EXAMINATION FEES PAYMENT
This is to inform all that registration of candidates for 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations has been extended to 18th March 2022. Examination fees payments will ,however,
continue up to 30th March 2022. This extension applies to all education divisions and districts.
DEADLINE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION AND EPAYMENT - REMINDER
11th March is the deadline for online registration and 12th March is closing date for examination fees epayments. Candidates are registered online by a school representative at the centre where they intend to sit for 2022 PSLCE, JCE or MSCE examinations. After a candidate is successfully registered he/she is given an invoice with a unique number for payment of examination fees through epayment platform. Epayments are done on mobile phones by a guardian of the candidate or the candidate himself/ herself.The epayment platforms are TNM Mpamba, National Bank Mo626 and NBS Eazybank.
The online registration and epayment systems for the 2022 examinations are being implemented in 19 education districts as follows:
Northern Education Division
4. Mzimba North
5. Mzimba South
6. Mzuzu City
Central West Education Education
2. Lilongwe Rural West
3. Lilongwe Rural East
4. Lilongwe City
South East Education Division
4. Zomba Urban
5. Zomba Rural
ADVANTAGES OF ONLINE REGISTRATION AND EPAYMENT OF EXAMINATION FEES
All operations are done in real time. The system allows candidates to verify their details such as name spellings , subject choices before the same are served on MANEB servers.
Fees is paid direct to MANEB account through epayment platforms by the individual candidate or his / her representative ,therefore, no misappropriation of the fees by some irresponsible school administrators. The fees payment is done on mobile phone no need to queue in banking halls.
ONLINE REGISTRATION AND EPAYMENT OF EXAMINATION FEES
This is a reminder that 19 education districts are implementing online registration of candidates for 2022 PSLCE, JCE and MSCE examinations. The districts are :
Northern Education Division (NED)
4. Mzimba North
5. Mzuzu City
6. Mzimba South
7. Nkhata Bay
Central West Education District (CWED)
2. Lilongwe Rural West
3. Lilongwe City
4. Lilongwe Rural East
South East Education Division ( SEED)
1. Zomba Urban
2. Zomba Rural
Where does a candidate register online?
At a MANEB approved examination centre. The candidate is registered online by the centre representative . An invoice with a unique number is generated from the system and issued to a candidate or his/her guardian.
How is payment for examination fees done ?
The e-payment transactions are performed only for candidates who have valid invoices generated during online registration. The candidate himself/herself / guardian pays examination fees using the invoice number. The fees should be through Mo626 National Bank or TNM Mpamba or NBS EazyBank e-payment platforms .
a. Mo626 National Bank
Select 3: Make payment
Select 6: Tertiary Tuition/Fees
Select 7: MANEB
Follow the rest of menu prompts
b. TNM Mpamba
Step 1:Dial #444#
Step 2 :Select 4- Payments
Step 3 : Select 8- Government Payments
Step 4: Select 3 -MANEB
Step 5: Enter invoice number
Follow the rest of the prompts and an SMS will be sent after the transaction is successful.
c. NBS EazyBank
The payment channels are (i)EazyMobile 322- Dial *322#
(ii)EazyApp-Download NBS App on
playstore or IOS
(iii) EazyWapp- WhatsApp banking say
'Hello' to 0885700322
(iv) EazyWallet - Dial *322#
Steps to make MANEB fees payments after logging in
Select 6 for payments
Select 5 for MANEB Payments
Select 1 to manually enter details
Enter invoice number
Confirm if student name and amount are correct
For Bank Pafupi , the agent will follow the following steps
1. Select 7 for payments
2. Select 5 for collections
3. Select 1 for MANEB payments
4. Select 1 to manually enter details
5. Enter invoice number
6.Confirm if student name and amount are correct
What is the deadline for the online registration and examination fees e-payment?
Online registration closes on 11th March 2022 and deadline for fees payments is 12th March 2022
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