Kinshasa, June 13th, 2021 (CPA).- The head of the Maluku 1 sub-province of the Ministry of Primary, Secondary and Technical Education, Jean Sukami Mbau, stressed on Saturday during an interview with the CPA, the need to equip the administration with the National Student Identification Service (SERNIE), under its jurisdiction located in the educational province of Plateau.
He said that his administration is facing enormous difficulties to better accomplish its mission, namely: the lack of teaching materials, computers, mobility for travel in view of the vast expanse of this part of the city, as well as the number of staff balanced to ensure the total coverage of this educational district.
Jean Sukami Mbau also mentioned the establishment of the texts which govern the measures of application of SERNIE, in order to better continue their work. Because, he said, the aforementioned service in this region encounters difficulties of reception in various schools of the place during its field exercise. He also pleaded for work in synergy with inspectors in order to provide quality education to schoolchildren. Speaking of free education, he praised this vision of the Head of State, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, who has just regressed the number of illiterates in this area, where most parents have sent their children to school. ‘school
The mission of the student identification service is to identify, codify and monitor the school curriculum of students with the aim of fighting against all the disastrous maneuvers that occur in the school environment. ACP/