32,000 Applicants struggle For 1,000 Teaching Jobs In Ondo Secondary Schools

A significant number of applicants, exceeding 32,000, have applied for the limited teaching positions available at the Ondo State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM). In response to this overwhelming interest, TESCOM announced that all applicants seeking teaching appointments in public secondary schools will be required to take a ten-minute online examination.

Goodluck Akinyomi, Head of Press and Public Relations at TESCOM, released a statement outlining the details of the online recruitment exam. The exam will be conducted on Thursday, starting at 9:00 AM and continuing until 9:00 AM on Friday of May. Committed to inclusivity, TESCOM will accommodate all applicants, including those with physical challenges, who will participate in the exam alongside other applicants on the designated date and time. Visually impaired applicants will have a separate exam scheduled at a later date.

TESCOM emphasizes merit-based selection. Morayo Bayo-Philip, the Administrative Secretary, assured that appointments will be made strictly on merit, eliminating any possibility of backdoor recruitment. “The education of our children is paramount,” Bayo-Philip stressed, “and we will not compromise the academic standards of our state secondary education system.”

TESCOM seeks highly qualified and trustworthy individuals to join their teaching force. Bayo-Philip expects applicants to achieve a minimum score of 70% on the online exam. To participate in this ten-minute online exam, applicants should log in to the portal using their registered username and password.

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