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                 The Ministry of Secondary Education was allocated a budget of 319 billion in 2017
construction sheets at Edéa, Kribi and Limbé high schools; the equipping of the industrial chemistry workshops of the technical high schools of Nkolbisson and Bafoussam; the equipment of the geometric-topographers' workshops of Bafia and Kumba Technical High Schools; equipping and a sawing and sharpening workshop at Nkongsamba Technical High School; the equip- ping of 14 computer rooms with microcomputers; the completion of the equipping of the Yabassi Technical and Professional Agricultural High School and Ekounou Technical and Vocational School of Construction and Public Works.
IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION
To improve the quality of education in school life, the following actions have been taken:
monitoring and evaluation of post and extracurri- cular activities in 142 schools; the construction of 56 latrine blocks and 2 personnel accommoda- tions, as well as the construction of 4 boreholes.
BALANCE SHEETS OF THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR
General secondary education was attended by 1,891,380 students, supervised by 85,888 tea- chers and distributed in 35,261 classrooms. Technical and vocational education enrolled 501,790 students, supervised by 25,928 teachers and distributed in 10,142 classrooms. Regarding the teachers’ training, there were 32,776 student teachers in 1,294 classrooms and 4,178 teachers.
During the 2016/2017 school year, pupils / teacher and pupils / classroom ratios are respec- tively 22 and 54 in general secondary educa- tion. The pupils / classroom ratio is dropping by one point to 49, while the pupils / teacher ratio remains at 19 as in 2015/2016 in technical and vocational education. These ratios remain high in public secondary education. As for the teachers’ training, students / classroom and stu- dents / teacher ratios are respectively 24 and 7 for ENIEGs and 29 and 9 for ENIETs.
As for the results under the Direction of Exams, Competitions and Certification, success rates moved from 52.1% in 2016 to 55.6% in 2017, an increase of 3.5 points. Regarding the results of the official examinations under the “Office du Baccalauréat” of Cameroon, success rates increa- sed by 1.1 percentage points, from 41% in 2016 to 42.1% in 2017. Concerning GCE-board exams success rates moved from 61.9% in 2016 to 29.2% in 2017, that is a fall of 32.7 points.
      EXAMENS
Ordinary BEPEC
bilingual BEPC
CAP SIT
industrial CAP
BACC-ESG
BACC-STT
BACC-EST (industrial )
PROB-ESG
PROB-STT
PROB-EST (industrial )
SESSIONS 2016
37,9
83,9
48,5
36,5
52,7
49,5
55,2
34,0
42,8
17,5
58,6
77,2
SESSION 2017
48,9
76,3
24,0
40,2
46,0
60,9
67,2
37,8
46,8
31,5
62,6
61,9
EXAMENS
Brevets professionnels industriels Brevets professionnels Com.
SESSION 2016
62,6 11,4
36,4 62,2 66,5 40,1 54,3
SESSION 2017
67,3 46,7
27,3
25,3
35,3
28,5
22,4
Source : MINESEC
Success rates at official exams
of the general secondary education
            PROB brevet technicien
Brevets de technicien
Brevets d’études professionnels industriels GCE-General Ordinary Level
GCE-General Advanced Level GCE-Technical Ordinary Level GCE-Technical Advanced Level
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