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2021 Grade 12 Selection | DHERST TESAS Award List All Unis

DHERST TESAS LIST 2021


DHERST TESAS Award List | PNG Universities

Important update: 

  • #5 The Grade 12 (NEW INTAKES) Selection List is now published by DHERST (27/01/2021) - See the 'stats that matter' 
  • #4 Notes on 2021 Continuing Students TESAS Awards List, why many students names are not on the list published by DHERST.
  • #3 For the status updates of PNG universities acceptance list, click here.
  • #2 DHERST has not released the 2021 School Leavers TESAS award list for HEIs. It is not clear why, but we believe the HEIs sent the Students Acceptance Letter out already.
  • #1 As predicted in an earlier video (at the end of this article), DHERST has announced that the 2021 Tertiary Selection List will be released on Friday the 8th of January 2021. See the notice released by DHERST in this video:


2021 PNG Universities DHERST Selection Lists for all universities and other tertiary institutions should be live-online after the Grade 12 exam results are released by the National Department of Education (NDOE) on My PNG Exams Website. 

Grade 12 Students can start checking their Grade 12 online results on the 9th of December 2020. Here is how to check students examination results.

The 2021 Grade 12 selection list for PNG tertiary institutions will not be available immediately after the 9th of Dec 2020 (the date of release of the Grade 12 Online Results). It will take a few weeks to do the selections for each tertiary institution in the country. 

The final DHERST list fro 2021 will be published online, at the department of higher education website. We will let you know when the Tertiary Institutions selection comes out on the 8th of January 2021.


NDOE Results and DHERST Selections

First, the online result will come out, released by the NDOE, through the Measurement Servies Division (MSD). 

After that, the Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHESRT) will use the marks to finalise their selections for PNG tertiary institutions; and make the selection listing for 2021 available on their website. 

Here is how the online results and selection works


TESAS Awards List - Universities

The Grade 12 selection for tertiary institutions in PNG, usually, comes out during the first week of January of the new year as seen in the last two years. For example, last year the DHERST TESAS Awards list for universities (and non-universities) came out on the 5th of January 2020.

However, there was a problem with the Grade 12 selection list for last year. The problem was fixed and the updated listed re-published on the 19th of January 2020.

Here is what DHERST said about the updated Grade 12 selections listing for tertiary institutions:

The Department of Higher Education Research Science & Technology (DHERST) wishes to advise students and higher education institutions (HEIs) that it has revised the previous TESAS awards for continuing students for 2020 academic year. The award list published on the DHERST website on the 5th of January 2020 is retracted due to some technical problems beyond our control. This has been rectified and scholarships rewarded to all eligible students. (DHERST Press release | 19/01/2020)


When will Grade 12 Selection list for 2021 be published?

Based on last years experience, we would infer that the selection list would be published late in December 2020 or early January 2021. Perhaps it is important to check DHERST website during the Christmas and New Year period for DHERST press releases regarding the Grade 12 tertiary institutions selections for 2021. 

(Please note that the date of release of the selection listing PDF has been announced - see above)


How to Confirm Grade 12 Students Selection and TESAS Status

The Grade 12 selection is done online and is quick. When the selection lists for all PNG Universities and non-universities are finalised, the DHERST publishes it on their website. Students, parents and stakeholders can download and check the Grade 12 student's status - whether they are selected or not!

Here is how to check the selection status (WITH VIDEO GUIDE). This article shows you how to use the Grade 12 student SLF number and search the downloaded PDF files, with ease :) So, check it out. 


Updates and information 

PNG insight will continue to bring updates and information re. the Grade 12 selection and DHERST TESAS Award listings. 


If you have any questions about the 2021 Grade 12 selection process, PDF list, etc., please leave a comment below or check out this latest update on PNG Universities Non-School Leavers Selection 2021.

We also provide some background information about the 6 PNG universities here. Find out about the selections lists for UPNG, UOG, UNRE, Unitech, DWU and PAU:
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Grade 12 Exam Result NEAEA 2013 | Ethiopia

We have seen a lot of Grade 12 students from Ethiopia coming into PNG Insight Blog searching for information on NEAEA Exam Results. This year we made some general information available, particularly about the Grade 12 Exam Result NEAEA 2021 to point you in the right direction.

NEAEA 8181 Check results 2013

If students are unable to check their results online, they can use the 8181 text code to send a message and check their results. Enter the free text message 'RTN', *space* to 8181. Here is the 3 steps you'll need:
  • Key in RTN on you phone
  • Press *space*
  • Send to 8181
This is a free text message and you'll get your result instantly.


Recommended reading: Here is the latest info on Grade 12 Examination and Result 2021

Grade 12 results NEAEA


NEAEA website 

You can get the up-to-date information on Examinations and Results at the National Educational Assessment And Examination Agency (NEAEA) and Education ministry websites and Facebook pages.

The list below are pointers to help our Ethiopian visitors. Hope you get the information you are looking for.

Ethiopia NEAEA 2020 Exam Dates - JUNE

The exam dates for 2020 are available at the Ethiopian NEAEA official website in PDF format. Download the 2021 Exam Dates, PDF). This file contains the following timetables:
  • Grade 12 Ethiopian University Entrance Examinations
  • Grade 8 Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations
*The dates are taken directly from the Ethiopia NEAEA website. Please, check the official for the latest information relating to exam dates.

NEAEA 2021 Grade 12 Results 2013 - March

The results are normally released in August. But this year, 2021, the Grade 12 results were released on the 29th of March, here is more information on Grade 12 NEAEA 2021 results.

From the past records, Grade 12 students have to use their login details to access their Ethiopean NEAEA exam results online.

The Grade 12 NEAEA exam result webpage is here - CHECK EXAM RESULTS

NEAEA Results 2020
Grade 12 RESULT LOGIN PAGE


NEAEA Latest News - 2020 Exam results

You can confirm the dates and get the latest updates on results at NEAEA online via the website or social media - see the direct links below:

  • NEAEA App: http://app.neaea.gov.et (NEAEA)
  • Website: http://www.neaea.gov.et (Read Latest News)
  • Facebook (Facebook Updates)
  • YouTube Updates - Click Here
 We have updated this information, Feb 2021. Here is the latest info on Grade 12 Examination and Result 2021.

4500 Spaces at Tertiary Institutions in PNG are Susceptible to Bribery

According to the Papua New Guinea Education Secretary, 21430 Grade 12 students have sat the national examinations this year. Dr Tapo also revealed that only 4500 spaces are available for the academic year 2015 at all higher learning institutions. That means that 20% of students in Grade 12 will be considered for universities and colleges throughout the country.

The drop-out figure could be more than 80% (16730). Take a look at the data and facts presented. The irregularities are pretty shocking!

English and Literature (E&L) exam are compulsory/mandatory for all students. That means that if 21430 students have sat for the examinations, the same number should ALSO do the E&L exam. Unfortunately, the real number that sat the exam was put down to only 17236. So, who are those  4194 (i.e. 21430 - 17236) students?

In fact, the same number (21430) should also have sat for Mathematics examinations. The department statistics showed that 7091 students sat for Maths A and 13191 Maths B. That gives a total of 20282. Who are 1148 (21430 - 20282) students, where is their place in the total given by Dr Tapo?

Numbers presented by the secretary do not actually add up when we are talking about only 4500 spaces. 

Take, for instance, the difference between the total of grade 12 students given by the secretary (21430) and those sitting E&L (17236) is about the same as the number of spaces available from tertiary institutions, i.e. 4500 available spaces vs 4194 unaccounted students sitting the exams.

In the Maths exams, there are 1148 students who are suspiciously unaccounted for. We are talking about numbers in the thousands when there are only 4500 places. The odds indicated that dropout figures for this year could be more than what initially thought.

As a matter of clarification, students doing code, distance study or resitting exams could have been included. 

But, even if they are included the irregularity is in the thousand and so there is a stiff competition between the 'known' and 'unknown' students, the accounted and the unaccounted. That means that more than 4000 students who are not attending a formal secondary school are also vying for one of the 4500 spaces.

Fair enough. But, the secretary for education should make this clear in his reporting. He is presenting figures that do not reflect the actual situation. How many students are not from the mainstream education system? At least put some meaning into the numbers.

The irregularities in numbers do indicate extra students are included in the total competing for the limited spaces. So who are they? We don't know. The point is: if 4000 students from the mainstream secondary school are competing for the 4000 spaces with another 4000 'ghost' students, the NET competition is zero.

In reality, those 4500 spaces are susceptible to bribery, manipulation and foul-play of all sorts. So, who suffers here?  Those poor students who have spent the best part of their 12 years in the formal education stood little or no chance against a manipulative (unaccounted) lot. 

The Papua New Guinea Department of Education needs to collect relevant and accurate data from schools around the country. The secretary analysis must base on factual data. He must not spit out data to the media when the numbers are flawed.

Make no mistake. The unambiguous numbers can have a dramatic effect on mainstream students - those young 18 and 19 years old. It is unfair to mistreat one student in the selection process, let alone thousands of them. 

END: PNG education system is producing 80 - 90% dropouts at Grade 12 every year. Yet, the government does not have accurate data to help sort out this problem.

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