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1. Examinations

  1. Examinations time-table is issued to students two weeks before examinations.
  2. The first draft is designed to accommodate corrections, amendments and any other related input.
  3. Subsequently, a Final Draft is issued.
  4. It is the responsbility of the student to ascertain the date, time, venue and all the requirements of the examinations, e.g. regulations.
  5. Rules for Conduct of Examinations are attached to the final draft of the examinations time-table. Once again, it is the responsibility of the student to study them carefully.

2. Time of examinationsexam1

Examinations are written towards the end of each semester. Supplementary examinations are written in July of each academic year. Special Examinations are held as and when approval is granted by Senate.

Duration of examinations is normally 2 to 3 hours and these commence at 9.00 a.m. (morning session) and 2.00 p.m. (afternoon session).

3. Student Card and Proof of Registration

It is a requirement that students produce identity document and proof of registration when entering the examination hall. Students must write a student number on the cover of the examination answer book or any other materials used in the examination hall as may be required by the invigilators.

4. Publication of results

exam2Towards the end of June, after consideration of results by Senate, students access their results via the internet and SMS. They are given passwords and informed about what to do. Pass lists are also posted on Notice Boards in the District Education Offices in the 10 districts of Lesotho. Individual students collect course result slips from relevant faculties (except for those whose results are withheld) .

Errors and ommissions in the result slips must be reported to the Faculty Registrar for corrections.

5. Application for remarking

Examination scripts are carefully marked and there are effective checks and accuracy mechanisms by External Examiners. However, if a student helieves and has evidence showing that his/her marks and/or results are incorrect, he/she has a right to lodge a complaint to the Registrar in writing withing a stipulated period. The registrar's office will inform the student of the procedure to follow and how much to pay for remarking per course, if the official decision is that there should be a remarking.


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The National University of Lesotho (NUL), through the Department of Physics and Electronics, and in collaboration with the University of Botswana and the Polytechnic of Namibia, will host an Energy Stakeholders Workshop on the Energy Sector Needs Assessment for Lesotho scheduled to take place at the ISAS Auditorium in Roma on Thursday June 05, 2014.

 
 
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