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CSSPS cautions internet cafe operators over school placement

Internet cafe operators or attendants ahead of the release of the 2021 school placement of prospective students who partook in the just-ended BECE for School have been asked to desist from selecting random schools for students.


An official of the Computerized School Selection and Placement System speaking to EducationWeb on Thursday said internet cafe attendants sometimes contributes to the challenges faced during the school placement each year.

According to him, some cafe operators usually select random schools, especially for students doing self-placement. He cited they do this in other to get the time to check the placement of more students for their financial gains.

On the part of students who will be participating in the forthcoming placement exercise, the CSSPS staff entreated them to not leave their school choices to an internet cafe attendant or operator in the case of self-placement.

He similarly urged parents and guardians of 2021 BECE graduates who will be taking part in the nationwide computer school placement process to take a keen interest in the selection and placement of their wards to avoid mistakes.

In line with the Management of the Selection and Placement System, the Ghana Education Service has alerted the public, particularly students and parents to be careful of individuals who claim to have access to the placement system.

A staff of the Education Service Monday urged students who will be participating in the forthcoming national exercise to be vigilant and disregard assertions by some internet cafe operators who claim can change the placement.

“The activity of some internet cafe operators claiming to have access to the computerized placement system last year came to our notice, we urge parents and students this year to be vigilant during the school checking,” he stated.

The unscrupulous cafe operators he said lure the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) graduates to pay an amount of money for their already placed or selected Senior High School to be changed to their preferred choice.

The GES official indicated the computerized school placement system (CSSPS) portal as part of measures to ensure smooth placement of all successful 2021 BECE candidates has been secured and is not possible to be compromised.

“Any person who contacts you to pay any amount of money for your placed or selected school to be changed or claims to have access to the school placement system or websites is a fraudster,” the GES staff told EducationWeb.

112 thoughts on “CSSPS cautions internet cafe operators over school placement”

  1. Please can my brother get school of being getting 38 (Eng-5 maths-8 Science -8) Or do self placement by chosen to do visual Art’s

  2. Please can my brother get school of being getting 38 (Eng-5 Maths -8 Science 8) or do self placement

  3. Please l had grade 30 but l want to offer a business course, but l had grade 4 in mathematics, will l please get my course?

  4. My daughter had 32 and she’s offering gen art Will she get winnesec she had 5 in English 5 in science 5 in social and 7 in maths

  5. Please my younger sister got grade 17 can she get Sunyani senior high..to offer General science? As her first choice

  6. Please my daughter got aggregate 9…math 1,science 2 English 3,social studies 1,twi 1, ICT1 …please can she get holy child cape Coast to study general science?

  7. Please good afternoon! My Junior got grade 27 can he be placed in Nkrunsan Technical institute?

  8. I got Aggregate 23 offering for my first choice Ghana senior high kofridua program visual arts can I get

  9. I got Aggregate 23 offering for my second choice Ghana s national college program visual arts can I get

  10. The first choice is not likely. You can discuss with school Management with changing from boarding to day Ama

  11. Please my daughter had 10, and she want to offer science. Will she get her first choice which is archbishop potter girls.

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