The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) responsible for the conduct of the country’s national examinations including Nov/Dec and G/ABCE after its official website (https://waecgh.org) was hacked has redesigned the portal.
An official of the non-profit-making organization (WAEC) in a discussion with AcademicWeek said the new design is to make the website user-friendly to members of the general public, particularly prospective students and applicants.
Asked if the https://waecgh.org new interface is inspired by the October 16, 2023, cyber attack, the WAEC official said no adding that adequate security measures have been put in place to safeguard the site against future attacks.
In other news, WAEC has celebrated Customer Service Week with great enthusiasm and appreciation for its valued stakeholders. The special occasion provided an opportunity for the organization to engage with its customers and express gratitude for their unwavering support and partnership.
Celebrated globally during the first week of October, the Customer Service Week aims to recognize and honour the individuals and organizations that make a significant difference in the success of any institution.
From interactive webinars to informative workshops, WAEC provided a platform for its customers to voice their opinions, share their experiences, and contribute to the improvement of educational services.
In addition to celebrating the occasion, WAEC also used Customer Service Week as an opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to excellence in the field of education.
The not-for-money-making organization (WAEC) pledged to continue delivering reliable and transparent examination services that meet the needs and expectations of its customers.
As the weeks and months ahead unfold, WAEC says it looks forward to building upon the relationships fostered during this special week and continuing to provide valuable educational services to the West African region.