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How to check 2020 PLE results on phone, internet

Uneb releases 2020 PLE results on today (PHOTO/Courtesy)

Education Minister Janet Museveni has Friday, July 16 2021, released the 2020 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) results at State House Entebbe.

UNEB Executive Secretary Dan Odongo no hard copies of the results will be available at the UNEB offices for now, until a later date when conditions permit.

For candidates, parents and other interested parties, he advised that they may use the Short Message Services (SMS) on mobile telecom networks which will post the results of candidates on their mobile sets instantly.

How to check 2020 PLE results on Phone?

You can get the 2019 PLE Results for any candidate in a few simple steps.

In your message box, type PLE <space> INDEX NUMBER and send it to 6600.

For example, to check the results of the candidate with index number 654321/001, in your message box, type PLE 654321/001 AND SEND TO 6600.

You will receive an SMS at a cost of UGX 500 per candidate. 

How to check 2020 PLE results through the internet?

Go to your web browser, Type ereg.uneb.ac.ug/results.

In the form, enter the candidate’s Index Number and click SEARCH.

A page with the Candidate’s results will load

 

He said schools will access the results through the UNEB portal, the same they used to register candidates

He said every school with a UNEB Center Number can access to UNEB portal.

“Once they are released, the results for each school will be automatically uploaded to the portal,” he said.

“UNEB will officially inform the District, Municipal and City Inspectors of Schools to collect the hard copies of the results from UNEB offices,” he added.

A total of 749, 761 candidates from 14,300 examination Centres registered for PLE in 2020. 53% (395,855) of the registered candidates were females while 47% (353,957) were males.

68.4% (513,091) were funded by government under the Universal Primary Education (UPE) Program.

Overall, the performance of the 2020 candidates is comparable to that of the previous year 2019.

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  1. Harriet Nakajubi

    16/07/2021 at 3:12 PM

    Thanks for shortening things

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