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In BGCSE, he said, Mater Spei College and Masunga Senior Secondary School finished in the second and third positions respectively.
Mr Rankhudu further said in future the association would want to see all practical subjects being the ones excelling in both JC and BGCSE examinations.
He further noted that the Ministry of Tertiary Education, Science and Technology sponsors an average of 6 300 students per year to proceed or 88 200 students out of the 332 402 who completed BGCSE since 2005 to date.
Presenting the 2018 Golden Star prize to BGCSE top performer Anthony Adam of St.
Mater Spei College celebrated its 2018 BGCSE results in Francistown on April 3.
The seminar was also meant to encourage pupils to strive for good grades in BGCSE.
He also mentioned that he was not satisfied with results obtained by visually impaired students who sat for Botswana General Certificate for Secondary Education (BGCSE).
Specially elected MP Mephato Reatile had wanted the minister to state how many stateless persons and the refugees qualified for university and tertiary education after completion of BGCSE during the past 10 years given that the Convention relating to the status of Stateless Persons of 1954, article 22(i) read with the Convention of 1951 states that they have equal right to elementary education as nationals.
Councillor Mpetsane said in BGCSE, Masunga Senior Secondary School improved from position five to position three in the whole country with 36.02 per cent.
He also reported a 0.56 per cent improvement on the 2018 BGCSE results compared to the 2017 results.
She cited Mater Spei College and Francistown Senior Secondary School which attained positions two and 11 respectively during the recently released BGCSE results.
Botswana General Certificate in Secondary Education (BGCSE) results have stirred mixed reactions across the country, with some analysts suggesting the education system is getting weaker.