UGANDA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS BOARD
BUSINESS EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS
JUNE 2011 TIME–TABLE
1. The time allowed for each paper is shown against the name of the paper. NO EXTRA TIME IS
TO BE ALLOWED. In case of any discrepancy, the time shown on the question paper must be
taken as correct.
2. The Time-Table only shows the duration of papers but it must be observed that the morning
session begins at 09.00 a.m. and afternoon at 2.00 p.m.
3. Briefing of candidates by the Principals and Heads of Centres on the conduct of the examinations
will be done on Friday 10th June, 2011. All candidates MUST attend this briefing at their
respective centres of registration.
DAY AND PERIOD SUBJECT DURATION
FRIDAY Briefing of Candidates’ on
10th June MORNING Directions and Caution about examinations 2 hours
MONDAY B04/3 Business English III 3 hours
13th June MORNING C101 Basic Business Communication 2½ hours
9.00 A.M. C123/1 Basic Hair Colouring (Theory) 3 hours
D202 Business Communication 3 hours
D223 Information Systems Mgt. 3 hours
D242/2 Advanced Hairdressing (Practical) 4 hours
J311/2 Computer Applications (Practical) 3 hours
AFTERNOON C116 Office Practice 2½ hours
2.00 P.M. C133 Introduction to General Business Studies 3 hours
D228 Practice of Marketing 3 hours
D229 Production Management 3 hours
D233 Secretarial Duties 3 hours
J301/1 News paper & Magazine Production (Theory) 3 hours
TUESDAY MORNING C115 General Principles of Law 2½ hours
14th June 9.00 A.M. C127/1 Depilation (Theory) 3 hours
D206 Business Law 3 hours
D221 General Principles of Law 3 hours
D241/2 Advanced Beauty Therapy (Practical) 4 hours
J301/2 News paper & Magazine Production (Practical) 3 hours
AFTERNOON B11/3 Data Processing III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. C103 Commerce 2½ hours
C124/1 Beauty Therapy (Theory) 3 hours
D208/1 Computer Fundamentals and Data Processing (Theory) 3 hours
J311/1 Computer Applications (Theory) 3 hours
WEDNESDAY MORNING B14/2 Elements of Banking 3 hours
15th June 9.00 A.M. B15/3 Financial Management III 3 hours
C121/1 Typewriting I (30 w.p.m.) 2 ½ hours
C123/2 Basic Hair Colouring (Practical) 4 hours
D208/2 Computer Fundamentals and Data Processing 2 hours
D237 Stores Management 3 hours
D238 Typewriting (30 w.p.m.) 2 ½ hours
D243/1 Facial make-up & Artificial Nail Technique (Practical) 4 hours
J303/2 Radio and Television Production (Practical) 4 hours
B17/3 Marketing III 3 hours
AFTERNOON C112 Fundamentals of Marketing 2½ hours
2.00 P.M. C126/1 Chemical Hair Reformation Services (Theory) 3 hours
C128/1 Facial Make-Up (Theory) 3 hours
D220 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 hours
THURSDAY B13/3 Economics III 3 hours
16th June MORNING C117 Principles of Economics 2½ hours
9.00 A.M. C118/1 Shorthand I (60/70 w.p.m.) Trans.Time
C130/2 Hair Cutting and Barbering (Practical) 4 hours
D218 Financial Management and Accounting 3 hours
D234 Shorthand (60/70 w.p.m.) 40 minutes.
J300/1 News Writing and Reporting (Theory) 3 hours
AFTERNOON B18/3 Office Management III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. B24/3 Public Finance III 3 hours
D215 Financial Accounting I 3 hours
D216 Financial Accounting II 3 hours
D242/1 Advanced Hairdressing (Theory) 3 hours
J308/1 Econ. & Entrepreneurship (Econ.) 3 hours
FRIDAY B22/3 Principles of Accounts III 3 hours
17th June MORNING C110 Fundamentals of Accounting 2 ½ hours
9.00 A.M. C118/2 Shorthand I (60/70 w.p.m) Trans.Time
C131/2 Hair Designing and Care (Practical) 4 hours
D211 Customer Behavior and Care 3 hours
D219 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 hours
J300/2 News Writing and Reporting (Practical) 1½ hours
AFTERNOON B28/3 Statistics III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. C102 Business Calculations 2 ½ hours
C119 Shorthand II (70/80 w.p.m.) 50 minutes
C129/1 Facial Treatment and Theory of Massage(Theory) 3 hours
C132/1 Hairdressing (Theory) 3 hours
D235 Shorthand II(80/90 w.p.m.) 50 minutes
D236 Statistics 3 hours
J307 Sociology 3 hours
MONDAY B03/3 Business Calculations III 3 hours
20th June MORNING C109 Elements of Taxation 3 hours
9.00 A.M. C122 Typewriting II (40 w.p.m.) 2½ hours
C125/2 Braiding (Practical) 4 hours
C134/2 Manicure and Pedicure (Practical) 4 hours
D214 Taxation 3 hours
D217 Financial Accounting and - Elements of Taxation 3 hours
D239 Typewriting (40 w.p.m.) 3 hours
J308/2 Econ. & Entrepreneurship (Entre.) 3 hours
AFTERNOON B12/3 Economic Geography III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. B20/3 Personnel Management III 3 hours
C131/1 Hair Designing and Care (Theory) 3 hours
D225 Legal Aspects of Marketing 3 hours
D226 Legal Aspects of Purchasing and Supplies 2 hours
D245/1 Introduction to Cosmetology (Theory) 3 hours
J306 Media Ethics, Law and Human Rights 3 hours
TUESDAY MORNING B09/3 Commercial Law III 3 hours
21st June 9.00 A M. B27/3 Shorthand III (100, 110 &120 w.p.m) 60 minutes
B30/3 Supplies Management III 3 hours
C113 Fundamentals of Purchasing and Supplies I 2½ hours
C114 Fundaments of Purchasing and Supplies II 3 hours
C129/2 Facial Treatment and Theory of Massage (Practical) 4 hours
D230 Purchasing and Supplies I 3 hours
D231 Purchasing and Supplies II 3 hours
D240 Word Processing (Practical) 3 hours
D203 Business Finance 3 hours
J304 Communication in Journalism 3 hours
AFTERNOON B10/3 Cost Accounting III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. B23/3 Public Administration III 3 hours
C108 Elements of Cost Accounting 2½ hours
C130 Hair Cutting and Barbering (Theory) 3 hours
D209 Cost Accounting 3 hours
D210 Cost and Mgt. Accounting 3 hours
D241/1 Advanced Beauty Therapy (Theory) 3 hours
J302/1 PhotoJournalism (Theory) 3 hours
WEDNESDAY MORNING B32/3 Typewriting III (50 w.p.m.) 3 hours
22nd June 9.00 A.M. B33/3 Typewriting (Open Speed 60+ wpm) 10 minutes
C111 Fundamentals of Management 2½ hours
C128/2 Facial Makeup (Practical) 4 hours
D207 Business Organisation and Mgt. 3 hours
D227 Office Management 3 hours
D244/1 Fundamentals of Hairdressing (Theory) 3 hours
J302/2 PhotoJournalism (Practical) 3 hours
AFTERNOON B06/3 Business Kiswahili III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. B07/3 Bus Organ and Management III 3 hours
C105 Elementary Business French 2½ hours
C106 Elementary Business Kiswahili 2½ hours
C134/1 Manicure and Pedicure (Theory) 3 hours
D213 Economics 3 hours
J303/1 Radio and Television Production (Theory) 3 hours
THURSDAY MORNING B05/3 Business French III 3 hours
23rd June 9.00 A.M. C126/2 Chemical Hair Reformation Services (Practical) 4 hours
D201 Auditing & Business Ethics 3 hours
D204 Business French 3 hours
D205 Business Kiswahili 3 hours
J311/3 Computer Applications (Practical) 2 hours
AFTERNOON B02/3 Auditing III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. C107 Elements of Auditing 2 ½ hours
D222 Human Resource Mgt. 3 hours
D232 Research Methodology 3 hours
D246/1Research Methodology 3 hours
J310 Research Methods 3 hours
FRIDAY MORNING B21/3 Princ. & Pract of Admin III 3 hours
24th June 9.00 A.M. C120 Store Keeping 2 ½ hours
C121 Typewriting I (30 w.p.m) 2 ½ hours
C127/2 Depilation (Practical) 2 hours
D208/3 Computer Fundamentals and Data Processing 2 hours
J305 Public Relations 3 hours
AFTERNOON B31/3 Transport Management III 3 hours
2.00 P.M. C104 Computer Fundamentals 3 hours
D212 Customs Clearing and forwarding 3 hours
D224 International Marketing 3 hours
J309 Political Science 3 hours
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1. Candidates should ease themselves before entering the Examination room. No candidate may be allowed to leave the
examination room before the end of the examinations.
2. Candidates should be at the examination hall/room at least 15 minutes before the start of the examination. Any candidate
who comes 15 (fifteen) or more minutes after the official start of the examination will not be allowed to sit that examination paper. This
regulation must be strictly observed.
3. Do not smuggle unauthorised materials e.g. notes, text-books, etc. in the examination room. Do not engage in any form of
4. Programmable calculators and Mobile Phones are not allowed in and around examination rooms.
5. Candidates are instructed to present themselves at the entrance to the examination rooms/halls for checking by the
invigilators. The invigilators should check thoroughly pockets, shoes or any other part where smuggled information could
6. At the start of each examination paper, a candidates’ representative should examine the question paper envelope(s) to
find out whether (it is) they are intact or already opened. In case the envelope(s) is/are already opened, report this
matter to the Executive Secretary UNEB, P.O. Box 7066 Kampala, Mob 0752-429566, 0772429566, 0772373710 Fax 041
4289397, Email email@example.com.
7. Read carefully the instructions given on the question paper rubric. Do not answer more questions than asked for. The
examiner will not mark the extra questions answered. Poor handwriting may lead to loss of marks.
8. Write your correct name and signature, index and paper numbers on your answer booklets.
9. Sit only the examination paper(s) you registered for. No results may be issued for papers sat but not registered for.
10. Sit the examination only at the centre where you have registered to take the examination.
11. At the end of the examination paper, stop writing when instructed to do so, arrange your scripts in order, make sure that
they all have your index number written on them and fasten them together at the left hand corner.
12. Do not go out immediately at the end of each examination. Witness the checking and the sealing of the scripts in the
13. Leave all the used and unused answer booklets on your desk inside the examination room.
14. Candidates MUST NOT take more than one paper per each Session in a day.
15. Sharing of calculator, tables, data, charts, rulers, pens is not permitted during the examination.
CAUTION AGAINST MALPRACTICE IN OR AROUND EXAMINATION ROOMS
Breach of Instructions/Regulations, Irregularity, Misconduct or Dishonesty (cheating) in connection with UNEB examinations
will lead to disqualification and/or nullification of results of the candidate(s) at a centre. Any candidate(s) found involved in
acts of impersonation will be arrested, handed over to the Police, disqualified and/or refused to continue with the
examinations. Such candidates may be barred from sitting any other UNEB examinations. CANDIDATES AND ALL
CONCERNED MUST NOTE THAT INVOLVEMENT IN MALPRACTICE IN ONE PAPER SHALL LEAD TO THE NULLIFICATION OF
RESULTS OF ALL THE OTHER PAPERS.
The following are some examples of malpractice that will lead to disqualification of a candidate:-
1. Smuggling of unauthorised material into the examination room.
2. Copying from one another.
3. External assistance given by teachers or any other persons.
4. Prior knowledge of examination questions.
5. Impersonation (i.e. hiring somebody else to sit the examination).
6. Any form of communication between/among candidates without permission during the examination.
7. Improper behaviour e.g. making noise, disobeying supervisors and invigilators.
8. Substitution of Examination answer scripts.
9. Irregularity e.g. taking longer time than that shown on the question paper.
10. Tearing the answer booklet/script into loose sheets, or folding the script in anyway. Torn scripts will not be marked
and candidates involved may have their results cancelled.
11. Being in possession of a mobile phone or any other communication gadgets.
12. Any other cases of similar nature that shall be detected.
Candidates should report directly to the Board any person(s) (could be another candidate, Teacher, Principal or UNEB Official) suspected to be
indulging in malpractices in examinations. Use the address shown above.
It is assumed that all candidates will have read and understood all the contents of the Timetable. The Board reserves the
right to declare publicly names of centres, candidates or any one who will have involved themselves in examination
You will be able to access you examination results on a mobile phone as soon as they are released by sending a well
formatted SMS as follows: Type BUS leave space then type your index number in full and send to 6600. For example BUS
UB001/001 then send to 6600.
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