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2022 Grade 11 selection list for 2023: Highlands, Southern, Momase and NGI Regions

As we predicted, the list came out at the start of the third week of December 2023. The education department website is slow due to a high volume of traffic. You may find this frustrating, so go easy.

Grade 11 Selection List PDF 2023 Published

You can also access and download the PDF list for NGI, Southern, Momase and Highlands regions via the links (ACCESS THE GRADE 11 SELECTION LISTS HERE):

Grade 11 selection lists and release date

This article shows the records for Grade 11 selection lists for 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2023. The lists were in PDF format and arranged according to regions, provinces and schools as shown below. 

Important notice for readers: This article has information for 2019, 2020 and 2021. Follow the links in BLUE for the latest articles re. Grade 11 Selections Lists for 2022.

Appy to a college in PNG as a non-school leaver - opportunities 

Hope this information helps you to apply DODL matriculation study centres and complete your education. 

If you are a non-school leaver looking for an opportunity to study in PNG, check out the list of application and admission info.

Here is the page where you can get more information about the 2022 application form. Please, visit the Unitech DODL page here. If you have any questions, leave a comment below. 

How to enrol at FODE?

If you want to upgrade your marks at FODE or at any University Open and Distance Learning Centres, here is some information that you'll find useful. Click on the link to read more. 


This blog reproduces the listing here for its online visitors. It is for information only. If you have any questions in relation to the selections listing, please call or email or speak to the GES. 

Alternatively, speak directly to the local secondary school principals, guidance officers or inspectors in regard to spacing at secondary schools. 

Where to check online - 2023 Grade 11 selection list

Here is a quick infographic on where to download the PDF file.

1. Check the education department website

Www.education.gov.pg

 

2. Click on the 'Selection List' tab

There, you'll find the following PDF files. (Note: the lists are compiled by the General Education Services Division of the NDOE)
Education department website png Grade 11 selection list 2023
Selection List Tab
3. Click the direct links above
Select your region and National high school listed in bullet points listed under '2023 Grade 11 selection list for National High and Secondary Schools in PNG'. See above.

We hope you have a fulfilling holiday.

Happy New Year 2022, stay Blessed

Examinations 2017 Results: Education Department Acknowledged 28 Schools out of 301 Grade 10 and 164 Grade 12 Schools

Re-posted​

THE Education Department has recognised 28 high and secondary schools in the country who have put in a lot of effort to improve their academic performance.

Secretary Dr Uke Kombra presented the Best Academic Performing School and the Most Improved School awards to the schools based on the grade 10 and grade 12 examination results.

The top 10 academic performing schools for grade 10 are:
  1. Oksapmin High School in West Sepik, 
  2. St Charles Lwanga High (NCD), 
  3. Gordon Secondary School (NCD), 
  4. Cameron Secondary School (Milne Bay), 
  5. Jubilee Catholic Secondary (NCD), 
  6. Manus Secondary (Manus), 
  7. Busu Secondary (Morobe), 
  8. Mercy Secondary (East Sepik),
  9. Mt Hagen Secondary (WHP) and
  10. *not indicated from the source.


The five most improved schools for grade 10 are:

  1. Kompiam High School (Enga), 
  2. Sacred Heart Tapini Secondary (Central), 
  3. Misima High (Milne Bay), 
  4. Kiriwina High (Milne Bay) and 
  5. Yano High (Central).
The 10 Academic Performing schools for grade 12 are: 
  1. Port Moresby National High (NCD), 
  2. Marianville Secondary (NCD), 
  3. Kerevat National High (ENB), 
  4. Wawin National High (Morobe), 
  5. Sogeri National High (Central), 
  6. Aiyura National High (EHP), 
  7. Cameron Secondary (Milne Bay), 
  8. St Ignatius Secondary (West Sepik), 
  9. Passam National High (ESP), and 
  10. Mt Hagen Secondary (WHP).

The five most improved schools for grade 12 are:
  1. Utmei Secondary (ENB), 
  2. Busu Secondary (Morobe), 
  3. Ecom Secondary (Manus), 
  4. Manggai Secondary (New Ireland) and 
  5. Buin Secondary (AROB).
We want to recognise those schools which are making more effort to make a difference in the students’ life and academic life, so we want to reinforce schools to put in more effort towards students’ education” Kombra said.
“Out of the 301 high and secondary schools that sat for the grade 10 national examinations and 164 secondary schools that sat for the grade 12 exams, we know there are many challenges that are affecting schools in their own contexts.”

2016 Budget Department Allocation | Top 10 Winners and Losers, IPBC Receiving an Increase of 67%

The National Government Departments got an increased budget of K24, 059.1 million in the 2016 National Budget compared to K23, 454.4 million in the 2015 budget - an increase of 3%. 

Some departments received increased budget allocations while others had cuts to their allocations. Office of Culture and Tourism, and National Housing Corporation came out the winners at 96% increase in funding for the year 2016. Whereas, the biggest loser is PNG National Fisheries Authority who received a funding of K20 million in 2015 down to just K1 million in 2016. 

The top 10 winners and losers in 2016 compared to 2015.
Health, Agriculture, Tourism Departments and State Own Enterprises (SOEs/IPBC) have been given prominence.
Of the 10 losers, it is interesting to note that the Electoral Commission received 61% less with the 2017 election just 18 months away.

Table below shows the total allocations for each national government department. [ Source: Post Courier, 06.11.2015 , adapted]


Sector
Appropriations
Appropriations
Difference
(+/-) in %
2015 (in Million K)
2016 (in Milion K)
(-) indicates CUT
TOTAL EXPENDITURE
23,454.40
24,059.10
604.70
3%
Economic sector
497.8
603.4
105.60
18%
Conservation and Environment Protection Authority
34.9
64.8
29.90
46%
Department of Agriculture and Livestock
38.7
43.3
4.60
11%
Department of Lands and Physical Planning
38.9
39.6
0.70
2%
Department of Mineral Policy and Geohazards Management
9.7
11.7
2.00
17%
Department of Petroleum and Energy
21.9
47.5
25.60
54%
Department of Commerce and Industry
69.1
62.4
-6.70
-11%
Office of Tourism Arts and Culture
2.1
51.8
49.70
96%
Konebada Petroleum Park Authority
5.4
6.4
1.00
16%
Office of Climate Change and Development
9.2
15.1
5.90
39%
Investment Promotion Authority
4
3
-1.00
-33%
Small & Medium Enterprises Corporation
3.4
4.6
1.20
26%
Nat Institute of Standards and Industrial Technology
4.1
3.5
-0.60
-17%
Industrial Centres Development Corporation
3.4
2.6
-0.80
-31%
Mineral Resource Authority
54.3
26.4
-27.90
-106%
Kokonas Industry Kopration
1.2
6.5
5.30
82%
National Development Bank
50
61.5
11.50
19%
Office of Coastal Fisheries Development Agency
27.9
25.6
-2.30
-9%
Cocoa Coconut Institute
8.3
6.7
-1.60
-24%
PNG National Fisheries Authority
20
1
-19.00
-1900%
Fresh Produce Development Company
11.7
11.4
-0.30
-3%
PNG Coffee Industry Corporation
3.4
10
6.60
66%
PNG National Forest Authority
31.6
37.6
6.00
16%
Tourism Promotion Authority
11.6
9.8
-1.80
-18%
PNG Oil Palm Industry Corporation
0.00
0%
National Agriculture Research Institute
11.3
13.5
2.20
16%
National Agriculture Quarantine & Inspection Authority
5.1
10.4
5.30
51%
PNG Cocoa Board
4.7
16.8
12.10
72%
Independent Consumer & Competition Commission
11.8
9.8
-2.00
-20%
Infrastructure
1,944.30
1,639.30
-305.00
-19%
Department of Public Enterprises
8.3
7.8
-0.50
-6%
Department of Information and Communication
17.3
16.7
-0.60
-4%
Department of Transport
28.7
46.1
17.40
38%
Department of Works & Implementation
1,443.20
1,064.40
-378.80
-36%
Papua New Guinea Accidents InvestigationCommission
7.4
5.6
-1.80
-32%
Independent Public Business Corporation
58.6
178.7
120.10
67%
National Broadcasting Commission
43.4
25.2
-18.20
-72%
National Maritime Safety Authority
35.1
40.8
5.70
14%
National Airports Corporation
151
70.8
-80.20
-113%
National Housing Corporation
0.3
7.2
6.90
96%
Rural Airstrip Authority
5.9
4.5
-1.40
-31%
PNG Power Limited
115.9
149.5
33.60
22%
Civil Aviation Safety Authority
14.3
12.3
-2.00
-16%
National Road Authority
15
9.5
-5.50
-58%
Social Services
2,983.10
3,034.80
51.70
2%
Office of Censorship
3.7
3.7
0.00
0%
Department of Education
1,087.20
953.4
-133.80
-14%
Department of Higher Education
220
137.2
-82.80
-60%
PNG National Commission for UNESCO
4.4
3.1
-1.30
-42%
Milne  Bay Provincial Health Authority
28.5
29.8
1.30
4%
Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority
33.8
32.7
-1.10
-3%
Department of Health
597.9
620.8
22.90
4%
Hospital Management Services
670.1
715.8
45.70
6%
Department of Community Development
73.7
60
-13.70
-23%
National Volunteer Services
2.8
1.9
-0.90
-47%
Eastern Highlands Provincial Health Authority
31.6
35
3.40
10%
Office of Urbanization
2
1.8
-0.20
-11%
PNG Science & Technology Secretariat
4.2
4.2
0.00
0%
West New Britain Provincial Health Authority
36.2
36.20
100%
Manus Provincial Health Authority
17.7
17.70
100%
Enga Provincial Health Authority
29.7
29.70
100%
Sandaun Provincial Health Authority
27
27.00
100%
National Research Institute
5.4
7.2
1.80
25%
University of Papua New Guinea
52.9
77.5
24.60
32%
University of Technology
47
65.2
18.20
28%
University of Goroka
21.2
34.4
13.20
38%
University of Environment & Natural Resources
19
28.6
9.70
34%
PNG Sports Foundation
23
54.4
31.80
58%
PNG Maritime College
4.5
4.8
0.30
6%
National AIDS Council Secretariat
8.8
8.9
0.10
1%
Institute of Medical Research
10
12.4
2.30
19%
National Youth Development Authority
5
4.1
-0.90
-22%
National Museum & Art Gallery
22
22.9
1.20
5%
National Cultural Commission
5.1
4.7
-0.40
-9%
Law and Order
1,383.20
1,240.80
-142.40
-11%
Office of the Public Prosecutor
8.6
7.4
-1.20
-16%
Office of the Public Solicitor
14
12.6
-1.60
-13%
Judiciary Services
330
227.3
-102.70
-45%
Magisterial Services
40.3
38.3
-2.00
-5%
Department of Attorney-General
172.5
159.4
-13.10
-8%
Department of Corrective Institutional Services
139.2
139.7
0.50
0%
Department of Police
367.2
361.3
-5.90
-2%
National Intelligence Organisation
5.9
4.7
-1.20
-26%
Department of Defence
261.2
256.5
-4.70
-2%
Ombudsman Commission
22.2
20.4
-1.80
-9%
Legal Training Institute
13.6
4.9
-8.70
-178%
National Narcotics Bureau
4.6
4.4
-0.20
-5%
Constitutional & Law Reform Commission
3.7
4.1
0.40
10%
Administrative
13,022.20
13,878.60
856.40
6%
National Parliament
165.7
147.5
-18.20
-12%
Office of Governor-General
7.2
5.2
-2.00
-38%
Department of Prime Minister & NEC
125.9
165.6
39.70
24%
National Statistical Office
9.5
10.4
0.90
9%
Office of Bougainville Affairs
5
3.4
-1.60
-47%
Department of Finance
84.3
66
-18.30
-28%
Treasury & Finance Miscellaneous
1,196.00
1,051.60
-144.40
-14%
Department of Treasury
208.9
155.7
-53.20
-34%
Office of the Registrar for Political Parties
9.2
7.8
-1.40
-18%
PNG Customs Service
52.2
59.6
7.40
12%
Information Technology Division
20.5
18.3
-2.20
-12%
Fire Services
24.8
29
4.20
14%
PNG Immigration and Citizenship Services
12.9
10
-2.90
-29%
Internal Revenue Commission
76.6
75
-1.60
-2%
Department of Foreign Affairs
75.8
60.8
-15.00
-25%
PNG Institute of Public Administration
8.9
10.2
1.30
13%
Department of Personnel Management
184.5
146.6
-37.90
-26%
Public Service Commission
8.4
6.4
-2.00
-31%
Provincial Treasuries
48.3
45.2
-3.10
-7%
Department of National Planning and Monitoring
440.3
192.8
-247.50
-128%
Electoral Commission
36.2
22.5
-13.70
-61%
Department of Provincial and Local Government Affairs
124
81.7
-42.30
-52%
Department of Industrial Relations
33.9
33.4
-0.50
-1%
National Tripartite Consultative Council
1
0.9
-0.10
-11%
Department of Implementation & Rural Development
68
65.6
-2.40
-4%
Central Supply & Tenders Board
2.8
2.7
-0.10
-4%
Treasury and Finance - Public Debt Charges
9,924.60
11,330.00
1,405.40
12%
Office of the Auditor General
29
23.9
-5.10
-21%
National Training Council
16.7
40.1
23.40
58%
National Economic & Fiscal Commission
4.2
3.5
-0.70
-20%
Border Development Authority
16.9
7.1
-9.80
-138%


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