Malawi National Examination Board 2024 Results Out: MANEB

The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) has unveiled the eagerly awaited 2024 Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) and Junior Certificate Examination (JCE) results. This release marks another significant milestone in Malawi’s education sector, reflecting the dedication and hard work of both students and educators.

MANEB: Malawi National Examination Board Results Out

The results have brought a sense of pride and accomplishment to the education community, as the data demonstrates commendable achievements.

Out of the 267,330 candidates in the last exams who undertook the PSLCE exams, an impressive 234,644 students have successfully passed, representing an overall pass rate of 87.77%. This marks a notable improvement from the previous year’s pass rate of 83.24%.

This remarkable progress underscores the ongoing efforts to enhance the quality of education across the nation.

Similarly, for the JCE examinations, a total of 168,219 students participated, with 122,219 individuals successfully passing. This translates to a pass rate of 72.65%, experiencing a minor decline from the previous year’s pass rate of 73.07%.

While a slight decrease may be noticed, it’s important to recognize the collective accomplishments of the students who have shown determination and resilience in their pursuit of academic excellence.

Top Performing Districts

As the results roll in, certain districts have notably stood out for their exceptional performances in both the PSLCE and JCE exams.

In the JCE exams, the top ten performing districts, in descending order, are:

  • Likoma,
  • Phalombe,
  • Zomba Urban,
  • Zomba Rural,
  • Chitipa,
  • Mulanje,
  • Ntchisi,
  • Mzuzu City,
  • Karonga, and Dedza.

These districts have shown an outstanding commitment to education, demonstrating the effectiveness of targeted strategies and dedicated teaching.

For the PSLCE exams, the best-performing districts, in descending order, are:

  • Nkhatabay,
  • Zomba Urban,
  • Rumphi
  • Mzuzu City,
  • Phalombe,
  • Likoma,
  • Zomba Rural,
  • Mulanje,
  • Dedza, and Thyolo.

These districts have demonstrated a consistent dedication to academic excellence, serving as an inspiration to other regions.

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MANEB PASS LISTS PDF 2024

Ministry of Education Commends MANEB

During the announcement of the results, Minister of Education Madalitso Kambauwa Wirima applauded MANEB for its timely release of the exam results.

The Minister noted that this marks the fourth consecutive year of leakage-free exams, a remarkable achievement since the re-administered MSCE examinations in 2020. This achievement reflects the commitment of both MANEB and the Ministry of Education to uphold the integrity and fairness of the examination process.

Kambauwa Wirima emphasized that these leakage-free exams contribute to a more equitable and transparent education system, allowing students to be assessed based solely on their academic abilities and efforts. This development showcases the collective commitment to creating a level playing field for all students, ensuring that their hard work is duly recognized and rewarded.

Malawi National Examination Board Results Impressive!

The release of the MANEB results is a cause for celebration in Malawi’s education sector. The notable improvements in pass rates and the consistent dedication of top-performing districts highlight the positive impact of focused educational efforts.

Additionally, the commendable achievement of conducting leakage-free exams underscores the commitment to fairness and transparency in the assessment process.

As the nation celebrates these achievements, it’s crucial to recognize the collaborative efforts of students, educators, MANEB, and the Ministry of Education.

The past MANEB results serve as a testament to the potential of the Malawian education system and provide a strong foundation for continued growth and development in the years to come.

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