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The Nigeria curriculum provides opportunities for students to study different subjects, ranging from junior to senior secondary schools.
Basically, at junior and senior levels, the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) is charged with the responsibility of development of the curriculum.
At NTIC, students in the final class of junior secondary school (JSS3) write the mandatory exam, which is set by Education Resource Centre (ERC). Likewise, at the end of senior secondary school, attention is given to external exams conducted by accredited bodies such as National Examination Council (NECO), West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
The school also places emphasis on extracurricular activities in the areas of sports, music, Arts and Culture, Volunteer work and Community Service.
Listed below are the various Nigerian examinations and the government authorities responsible for their regulations, control, and administration.
Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council
Education Resource Centre
Basic Education Certificate Examination
National Examination Council
NECO Certificate Examination
West African Examination Council
West African School Certificate Examination
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
JME (Joint Admission and Matriculation) Examination
NTIC offers the subject listed below under the Nigerian Curriculum.
Junior Secondary School Subjects
Senior Secondary School Subjects
Senior Secondary School Subject Description
Literature in English.
CRS / IRS.