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Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

 

 

Oyo State government has declared the status of the State’s Teaching Service Commission (Oyo TESCOM) to conduct Computer Based Test (CBT) for all applicants applying for teaching appointment, beginning from Tuesday 11th August, 2020.

 

 

The Chairman, Oyo TESCOM, Pastor Akinade Alamu said this on a Fresh FM program, anchored by mainstream presenter, Isaac Brown in Ibadan on Thursday, while responding to questions relating to improvements on the State’s teaching appointment.

 

 

Alamu had as of late told the general public that all candidates for the teaching appointment would need to upload their qualifications to the State’s site to allow equal participation and open process

 

Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

 

 

He said the assessment would run through the week from 7am till 6pm aside from on Sunday, repeating the fact that whoever that couldn’t upload his or her credentials to TESCOM’s portal before Tuesday should not try to write the test.

 

The examination will be starting on Tuesday, 11th August, 2020 and will run through the week till Saturday, they will be starting daily from 7am till 6pm and the results will be communicated to the applicants through the email they put in their registration and through SMS.

 

 

 

“No applicant’s complaints will be attended to at the CBT centers, if anybody has complaints, let them come to the TESCOM office, we wish them the best in the examination.”  

 

Alamu hailed the State administration’s determination to conduct Computer-based test for all applicants applying for teaching appointment in the State, as according to him, the move has depicted the government as being open in the entirety of its administration process.

 

 

Responding to the issue of private school proprietors requesting a quarter of school fees for periods students were at home due to Covid-19 pandemic from their students, the TESCOM Chairman said the non-public schools should have talked with parents and stakeholders before choosing such.

 

Latest Updates On Oyo TESCOM CBT As Exam Starts Next Tuesday

 

He asked the private school proprietors concerned to see the effects of covid-19 as that which affected them and parents also, asking them to cease from charging the students without valuing the outcome of the current circumstance on the financial strength of individual home.

 

 

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