Inside: How to check your child’s 2019 PLE results on phone, internet

BY: Eyalama In News On

Education Minister Janet Museveni has Friday, January February 15, released the 2019 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) results at Kampala Parents School in Kampala.

At the same event, UNEB Executive Secretary Dan Odongo has announced that those who will not be able to go to schools and pick results will access the results by SMS on their phones or via the internet.

How to I check results on Phone?

Mr. Odongo said that any person wishing to access results can do so through their mobile phones.

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Go to message menu and type ‘PLE’, leave space, type correct candidate index number and then send to 6600.”

This is the official procedure announced by the authorities.

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How to send the message to know your PLE results

To access the service, he said a user should simply send an SMS from a mobile phone to code number 6600 on Airtel Uganda or MTN Uganda.

To construct a valid SMS, users should enter a prescribed keyword followed by their index number and send the SMS to 6600.

The user should then receive his/her examination results or registration details instantly.

Each SMS sent to 6600 is charged UGX. 500 on both Airtel and MTN networks, therefore, users must ensure that they have enough credit on their phones.

UNEB says the SMS service is voluntary.

For example PLE  REG space Index number
e.g. REG4 U1016/502.

How do I check results through internet?

Go to your web browser, Type

In the form, enter the candidate’s Index Number and click SEARCH.

A page with the Candidate’s results will load.

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