- Over 2000 pupils to sit Islamic primary leaving examinations tomorrow
- IPL exams meant to test Muslim students’ knowledge in Islamic theology
- Exams are for schools under the Uganda Quran Schools Association
Over 2000 pupils are set to sit Islamic primary leaving examinations across the country on Thursday.
According to the Uganda Quran Schools Association, the exams are intended to test the pupils’ knowledge of Islamic religious theology and the Quran.
The Executive Director of the Association, Abdu Batte says the exams are done in the second term to provide pupils ample time to prepare for the national primary leaving examination (PLE) in the third term.