Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB)

Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB)

Background The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) was founded in April, 1987, as a result of a merger between the Malawi Certificate Examinations and Testing Board (MCE&TB) and the Examinations Section of the Ministry of Education and Culture. The MCE&TB had been created in 1969 by an Act of Parliament to take charge of the process of localising the development and administration of examinations in Malawi. Prior to these developments, students finishing their secondary education used to sit for the Cambridge overseas school leaving certificate examination. Following this decision, the MCE&TB Act was amended in April 1987 to reflect the birth of a central Authority, MANEB. This new Act gave MANEB the responsibility to develop and administer national examinations for purposes of certification, selection and placement. MANEB is a parastatal organisation whose financial support comes largely from the Malawi Government, supplemented by fees charged on examinations and other services. Vision To be a highly reputable, credible and internationally recognised examining body. Mission To conduct valid and reliable examinations for certification, selection and placement purposes; and provide professional advice relating to assessment and examinations. Mandate Conduct academic and other examinations at the conclusion of any approved course in Malawi as it may be considered in the public interest. Award Certificates and Diplomas to successful candidates in such examinations.

apply for these:

Full Funded scholarship for international scholarship

Core Values – Equitability and fairness – Efficiency, innovativeness and responsiveness – Professionalism and integrity – Security cautiousness – Transparency and accountability

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.