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Burundi’s school year sets to resume on the 12th September

In his speech, François Havyarimana (in the middle), the minister of national education and scientific research, said that the school year will start on the 12th of September for all school except some Lycées.

The ministry of national education and of scientific research said on the 1st of September 2, 2022 that the coming school year will kick start on the second week this month.

He said it while holding a two-day meeting ion Gitega political capital from September 1st to 2nd, 2022. Its objective was to was to prepare the beak of the 2022-2023 school year.

In his speech, François Havyarimana, the minister of national education and scientific research, said that the school year will start on the 12th of September for all school except some Lycées.

“Lycée Scheppers of Nyakabiga, Lycée SOS Bujumbura and Lycée d’excellence de Ngagara which will start classes on Wednesday 14th, 2022 following the activities of Easter Africa Community which are taking place in the respective milieu”, said Havyarimana.

In that meeting there have been some decisions taken by the ministry after having taken account the places available in the 1st years of post fundmental.

“It’s admitted to general post fundamental education, technical and pedagogical, both public and private, all winners who have obtained a  score greater than or equal to 72/200 and admission to post basic education in the public schools,” said Havyarimana.

He added that for the technical and pedagogical streams with boarding facilities as well as in public of the town hall of  Bujumbura, they will be subjected to obtaining a higher grade or equal to 120/200.”

“Exceptionally, all the winners of Batwa community’s national competition, to mean those who have had at least 72/200, will be directed to boarding schools”, said the minister.

Out of 117 Batwa candidates who sat the national competition throughout the country, 103 passed the national competition”, added the minister of National Education and Scientific research.

Minister François Havyarimana also took opportunity to once again remind school officials, teachers, parents and students that class skipping is not allowed in the Burundi education system.

The story was written by Seth Niyogushima Fellow at Inside Burundi, edited and approved for publication by Espoir Iradukunda.

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