All the students who sat for media studies examinations last year at Evelyn Hone College failed their examinations in a move that is unprecedented in the history of the institution.
Both Evelyn Hone College and TEVETA authorities have revealed that the sad situation has never happened, but are trying to keep it a secret for now.
Sources at the institution and TEVETA are all wondering how the more than 100 students failed the examinations, which will result in not a single student graduating this year.
“We suspect there is a serious administrative problem somewhere within the college. Media is one of the relatively ease course at the institution. For the college to record such a high failure rate is really surprising as it has never happened in the history of the college. We don’t know what is happening in that department”, TEVETA and Ministry of Education sources revealed.
Senior government sources have also revealed that they have discovered an anomaly where a number of lecturers in the department do not have the relevant degree qualifications to teach the media diploma programme because most of them are also diploma holders.