Kwara TESCOM Teachers Recruitment Successful Candidates 2020/2021

Kwara TESCOM Teachers Recruitment Successful Candidates 2020/2021

The Kwara State Teaching Service (TESCOM) Teacher Recruitment publishes a comprehensive list of successful candidates, printing of employment papers and training dates, and time and place for the 2020/2021 academic session [Kwara TESCOM Job Status Review].

The Kwara state government has announced the released of candidates who were successfully employed in the state following Kwara’s TESCOM recruitment exercise.

The Kwara TESCOM government recruitment list for candidates who have successfully entered the curriculum is now available online.

All candidates who have participated in the Kwara State TESCOM recruitment exercise are required to log on to the Kwara TESCOM portal on Tuesday, 27 April 2021 to verify their employment status.

Steps to Check the List of Prospective TESCOM Recruitment Teachers in Kwara TESCOM State
Please visit the TESCOM portal for teacher recruitment in Kwara State at
Enter your email address and password in the required fields.
Click the Sign In button to review your employment status.
Set up successfully? You can still print your Kwara TESCOM job letter through the same portal

All candidates who are successfully recruited must print their application letter online
Appear before the office of the Executive Chairman of the Kwara State Commission for Teaching (TESCOM) from Wednesday, April 28, 2021 to Wednesday, May 5, 2021 to obtain accurate and complete records.

Kwara State TESCOM Analysis of Teacher Recruitment Training 2020/2021.
At least 50 top-class graduates have completed the list of successful candidates for the TESCOM category.

In a stakeholder meeting in Ilorin, the nation’s capital, SUBEB President Prof. Shehu Raheem Adaramaja said that the training was based on merit and was completely non-partisan because Governor AbdulRahman Abdulrazaq emphasized that the recruitment process must take precedence and competence.

He said the recruitment team followed the criteria set out in the announcement, ensured the process was based on a needs assessment previously carried out by two agencies in 16 areas of local government, and paid attention to the diversity of the country, including society. people with disabilities.

“The importance of this presentation is for stakeholders to know what happened during the training and which apprenticeship positions were targeted at which local government and for what reasons. We have prioritized applicants from Kwara, but we also have non-Kwaran with excellent results as well as people with disabilities, ”he added.

“For jobs at TESCOM, we have 50 first-class graduates in multiple disciplines from some of the candidates for this job 21 lower level (university of applied sciences). We also exclude those with passports.

Stakeholders, including the Nigerian Teachers’ Union, take turns praising the government for engraving their names in gold to ensure that the process is transparent, truly merit-based and distinctly different from before.

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