An overall of 24, 545 exit trainees on Monday started their West African Assessment Council (WAEC) in Kano State, in the middle of rigorous adherence to the COVID-19 procedures.
The News Company of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 11, 400 of the 27, 454 trainees were from public schools while the staying 16, 460 signed up for the evaluation in personal schools in the state.
The evaluation was being performed in 538 designated centres in the state.
A NAN reporter who keep an eye on the evaluation at a few of the centres, reports that the schools had actually put in location procedures to assist in compliance to the COVID-19 standards.
A few of the schools checked out consist of Rumfa College, Federal Government Elder Secondary School, Sabuwar Kofa, Kano Capital Schools and Governors College, Kano.
At the entryway of the checked out schools, handwashing centers such as soap, hand sanitiser, water and infrared thermometer gadgets were offered while trainees and other visitors went through temperature level checks.
NAN reports likewise that trainees and inspectors utilized facemasks while social distancing was observed in the evaluation halls.
A school authorities at Rumfa College, who pleaded privacy stated sufficient plans were put in location in the school to guarantee overall compliance with the COVID-19 standards.
We have an overall of 214 trainees sitting for WAEC in the school. The primary evaluation hall accommodates 600 trainees in a regular evaluation duration.
However in compliance with the social distancing occasioned by the pandemic, we have 186 trainees in the hall. The staying 28 were shared into 2 classes, he stated.
At GGSS, Sabuwar Kofa, an authorities of the school, stated about 30 trainees would compose the evaluation in the centre.
Likewise speaking, Mr Jerry Adaji, the Principal, First Grade Comprehensive School, included that 30 prospects would sit for the evaluation in the school.
Adaji stated: On a regular setting; we have 55 trainees in a class however with the COVID -19 pandemic, the trainees are divided into 14 per class, he stated.