500 Teaching Positions In Ekiti Attract Interest From 12,000 Applicants
500 Teaching Positions In Ekiti Attract Interest From 12,000 Applicants

More than 12,000 job seekers, including physically challenged individuals, have applied for teaching positions in public secondary schools in Ekiti State.

The Permanent Secretary of the Ekiti State Teaching Service Commission, Mr. Michael Omolayo, expressed satisfaction with the qualifying examination for recruitment, revealing that the government plans to recruit 500 successful candidates.

According to Omolayo, the qualifying examination will be followed by oral interviews and micro-teaching for the selected candidates to emphasize merit and ability over mediocrity.

The commission aims to hire the most qualified graduates who are dedicated to enhancing education in Ekiti State, covering various subjects in the sciences, commercial/vocational, arts, and social sciences.

Omolayo expressed gratitude to Governor Biodun Oyebanji for approving the appointment of 500 new teachers to fill vacancies in the state’s public secondary schools.

He described the qualifying examination, conducted at Ekiti State University, as a resounding success, emphasizing that the process was fair, free, and peaceful.

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