2020 South Sudan national examination result released.
The National Examination Council released the 2019/2020 senior four results yesterday, with the top schools in Central Equatoria State being St. Daniel Comboni with 89.6 percent and St. Lawrence SS with 88.6 percent.
Minister Awut Deng was present when Council Secretary General Simon Nyok Deng revealed the findings.
After Lake State’s Loreto Girl SS, Jonglei State’s Greenbelt took third place with an 88.3 percent pass rate. Juba Diocesan Model SS of Central Equatoria was rated sixth with 87.1 percent and Warrap State Don Bosco was ranked fifth with 87.4 percent
The Royal High School in Jonglei State finished in seventh with 86.6%, followed by Salaam Secondary School in Central Equatoria with 86.4. Alliance High School in Jonglei State came in at number nine, scoring an overall score of 86.2 percent, while Fr.Leopoldo SS in Eastern Equatoria came in at number ten, scoring an overall score of 85.9 percent.
The Ministry of General Education and Instruction, at a news conference held yesterday, also revealed the top 23 Secondary School Certificate students from throughout the country, via the National Examination Council.
With a score of 95.1%, Jospeh Obwany Okic Nyikang was named the top student. He attends Josuha Okwaci SS in Upper Nile State and is followed by Sebit Justin Sunday Lavirick, who has a 94.6 percent grade point average at St. Daniel Comboni SS in Central Equatoria.
Fourth-placed Kuot Kiir Aluel mirr Kiir had 94.4 percent of Juba International SS, while third-placed Chok Otong Liah Chieh had 94.4 percent of Central Equatoria State’s Darling Wisdom Academy.
Deng Chol Deng Chol, a student from Bor College High School in Jonglei, came in fifth place with a score of 94.4 percent.
Josephine Poni Gwido Sawaka of St. Daniel Comboni SS in Central Equatoria State came in second with 93,9 percent of the vote.
It was Kuch Buol Mabior Kuch who came in at number seven, followed by Anna Jumbo Lado Tombe from Juba Diocesan Model SS in Central Equatoria State who came in at number eight, both with 93.7 percent.
Salaam SS in Central Equatoria State had the highest percentage of graduates with Dau Akech Kuot Dau and Elizabeth Achuil Lius Mayar both from Juba Diocesan Model SS in Central Equatoria State scoring above 90%.