Education Board starts training in Nasarawa State

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The state capital of Lafia is hosting a five-day train-the-trainer workshop on Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) and Better Attendance Management Information System (BAMIS) in public primary schools.

The first-of-its-kind training was designed to teach Education Management Information System (EMIS) Officers new skills for using BAMIS mobile in state-run primary schools.

The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), BESDA, and the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board are working together to organize the event.

The executive chairman of the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board, Hon. Muhammad Dan’azimi, announced the start of the five-day training and remarked that it was well-timed.

“I implore you to seize the chance and hone your skills over the course of the five days of intense lectures and practicals.”

In the meantime, the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) resource persons would influence the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board, the Nasarawa State Ministry of Education, and the EMIS Officers’ new skills on the Better Education Service Delivery for All operating system, according to Mrs. Jerusa Denis, Director of Planning, Research, and Statistics.

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According to Jerusa, the goal of the EMIS Officer training program is to enable them to use the BESDA attendance Management Information System (BAMIS) mobile application in state primary schools.

She also urged everyone to fully engage in the training because it was the first of its sort since the Planning, Research, and Statistics Department’s founding and it was topical and relevant.

In order to defend the government’s significant investment in the education sector, Hajia Hussaina Bello, the Executive Secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Dr. Hamid Bobboyi, invited the attendees to actively participate in the proceedings.

Hajia Amina Akoshi, an EMIS Officer from the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board, spoke on behalf of the participants and thanked the UBEC, BESDA, and NSUBEB for including them in the program.

She affirmed the trust placed in them and pledged complete obedience.

The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) created the Better Attendance Management Information System (BAMIS) and Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) strategies, which outline how enumerators and head teachers at the Basic Education level can install and utilize BAMIS mobile.

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