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Nigerian F.G begins 2020 massive recruitment of teachers nationwide

by | Sep 8, 2020 | NEWS | 0 comments

A teacher in a classroom in a Nigerian secondary school

A teacher in a classroom in a Nigerian secondary school. Nigerian FG will begin 2020 massive recruitment of teachers nationwide. Photo credit: https://www.vanguardngr.com

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Nigerian FG begins 2020 massive Federal Teachers’ Scheme recruitment nationwide through The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC)

Applicants’ Eligibility: B.Ed or Bachelor plus PGDE with NYSC and NCE; 35 years of age and below

Subject areas of specialization: English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics; Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Computer Science, Technical/Technology Education, Computer Science or Information Technology, Nigerian Languages, Physical and Health Education.

 

The Nigerian federal government (FG) will begin Federal Teachers’ Scheme recruitment nationwide through The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), starting from September 10 and ending on September 24, 2020, according to a media report.

The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has said that the opening of an online application for recruitment into the Federal Teachers’ Scheme (FTS) is real

Dr. Ossom Ossom, Public Relations Officer of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) confirmed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja, following doubt about the authenticity of the recruitment.

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Applicants who are eligible to apply must possess Bachelor’s degree in Education or Bachelor’s degree with Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), and also with Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE), with credit passes in Teaching Practice and the Teaching Subjects, not earned earlier than 2014,

The qualification, according to the document, should not be lower than a Second Class (Lower Division) for applicants who possess a Bachelor’s degree in Education or Bachelor’s degree

The document further stated that applicants were also expected to have completed the compulsory National Youth Service Scheme (NYSC) or have been exempted from the national programme.

It said applicants were expected not to be more than 35 years of age as at the date of application and not currently employed or enrolled under the NYSC, N-Power, or any other similar federal government programme.

The document noted that they were, however, expected to have specialization in any of the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics; Agricultural Science, Home Economics, Computer Science, Technical/Technology Education, Computer Science or Information Technology, Nigerian Languages, Physical and Health Education.

On the method of application, the document stated that applicants were required to complete the application forms online, by visiting https://fts.admissions.clouds; upload their credentials with their most recent passport photographs in the course of the application

The application portal would be opened for two weeks with no extension and only shortlisted candidates would be required to sit for the Computer-Based Test (CBT) on October 10, at designated centers in every state capital.

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Written by Ekene Ifechukwu

Ekene Ifechukwu is an education writer. He has over 7 years of experience in teaching and tutoring. He has taught in primary and secondary schools. He has affection for training children and young people. He aims at improving other people's lives through education.

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