The Delta State Government has said the conduct of examination for pupils seeking admission into secondary school in the state will be computer based.

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, who spoke at the introduction of CBT Application for secondary school in Asaba, reiterated his commitment to ensuring qualitative education in the with more emphasis on the education sub-sector.

He admitted that more computer laboratories were needed in secondary schools, adding that the government will address the lapse.

Okowa, who was represented by his Chief of Staff, Mr. Tam Birisibe, urged students to be computer literate, saying they would otherwise be disadvantaged, especially in the modern era.


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Education Commissioner, Mr. Chiedu Ebie, said the Okowa administration has “demonstrated devotion in enhancing education standard in the state, especially in the widespread provision of conducive infrastructural development.

His words: “This occasion is unique as information Communication Technology (ICT) remains the hub of development in all sectors of human endeavour. Our students and indeed, the school system, must as a matter of urgency, key into global practice for optimal output.

He urged parents to take advantage of the novelty and ensure that students avail themselves of the application to excel in their academic sojourn.

Information from Tunde.