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Saturday, 24 February 2018

Kaduna State Teachers Recruitment Exercise: 15897 successful applicants to undergo further screening – El-Rufai


Kaduna State representative, Nasir El-Rufai has said that 15,897 fruitful candidates for showing arrangement in the state's open elementary schools will be subjected to another screening. 

El-Rufai said this on Friday in Kaduna at a gathering with partners and improvement accomplices to talk about modalities for the last determination of the new instructors. He said that give an account of his table charged that names of some unfit instructors, including the individuals who fizzled the enrollment screening had been carried into the last rundown of effective candidates. "It is your obligation to angle them out and guarantee that no terrible instructor made the last list,"he told the screening boards. 

He likewise spoke to individuals from the boards not to be degenerate or nostalgic on grounds of ethnicity or religion. “Ensure that all applicants pass through the eyes of the needle to give us the best teachers you can find.”  

Malam Ja'afaru Sani, the state Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, noticed that the screening was thorough. “This is because of the criteria that were set to guide the process in ensuring that only the best are selected to teach our children. I also appeal to you to be fair and just in your duty, as anything short of the best will be viewed as sabotage and officers involved would be compulsorily retired or sanctioned based on the provision of civil service rules,’’ the commissioner said.  

Prior, Malam Nasiru Umar, the Executive Chairman of the state's Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), said that the rundown of effective candidates would be glued in all nearby government training secretariats. Umar clarified that a board of three would screen the effective candidates in every one of the 23 neighborhood government zones. He said that the activity would keep going for 10 days beginning from Tuesday, Feb. 27, including that each board was relied upon to screen 70 candidates for each day.

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